As of July 1, 2020, California Department of Public Health officials have revised the Statewide Industry Coronavirus Guidance for Places of Worship. CDPH has determined that singing and chanting in a congregational setting of multiple different households negates the risk reduction achieved through six feet of physical distancing. Together with the diocese, it was decided for public safety to temporarily suspend liturgical singing and chanting as part of our efforts to mitigate the Coronavirus.
We will recite all propers, commons, and prayers in Mass going forward until further notice, and our Music Ministry will continue to provide instrumental music throughout the liturgy.
On your way to church (or anytime), feel free to tune in and sing together in praise safely with your household.
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Here, you can watch and listen to music videos and lyric videos of your favorite songs from Mass to help you stay connected.
Your Grace is Enough | YouTube
Be Not Afraid | YouTube
Table of Plenty | YouTube
Ubi Caritas | YouTube
City of God | YouTube
Listen to a collection of all the propers and commons for the 1962 Mass of the Immaculate Conception, celebrated in the Catholic Church on December 8th. The pieces are all sung by the French monks of Abbaye Notre-Dame de Fontgombault.
During the Coronavirus shutdown, Spirit & Song Artist and San Bernardino Diocese Music Director Chris Estrella led the diocese in several evenings of prayer and worship on YouTube. Replay list:
Engage your hearts and minds with this theologically sound repertoire of more than 360 contemporary Catholic songs that you hear at Mass