Classical Catholic Education and Sacred Music!

The Catholic classical school is the proper place for the formation of students in sacred music. Every student should sing. Every student can sing. No exceptions. The Church depends on it.

Lyceum students demonstrated the truth of this once again!

(The students sang from the prelude during the vesting ceremony from about 5:00-19:00)

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About marklangley

Academic Dean at The Lyceum (a school he founded in 2003, see theLyceum.org) Mark loves sacred music and Gregorian Chant and singing with his lovely wife, Stephanie, and their twelve children.
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2 Responses to Classical Catholic Education and Sacred Music!

  1. veritasmike says:

    Mr. Langley, Mike Mosher here. Class of ’96 Trivium. Euclid 2 graduate!! I remember Dr. Phillips telling all of us we could sing. Congratulations on your continuing achievements.

  2. marklangley says:

    Hi Mike,
    You have made my day! And you also had a very good bass voice as I remember šŸ™‚ I particularly remember your demonstration of a proposition in Euclid 1 where you ran the proposition to the “end zone” with all of the appropriate fanfare etc. Do you remember that?
    Please give my warm hello to your parents!
    Mark

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