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Charlemagne and Europe

A lecture by Jinty (Janet) Nelson, given at Carlton House Terrace, London, on November 12, 2013. ... Read More | Share

More Old Roman chants in Latin

The first is a powerful invocation to God titled “Alleluia,” while the second is a chant composed during the period of the Greek popes in Rome (ca. 7th century), and therefore is... Read More | Share

Ancient chants of the Church of Rome

These chants may sound both familiar and unfamiliar at first, but they date to a time when the Church Apostolic and Catholic was one, when Rome had not shaken off the Grace off of itself.... Read More | Share

Byzantine and post-Byzantine music series

Series of very well-made videos showing aspects of Byzantine history through manuscript illustrations, with Byzantine folk music as background. ... Read More | Share

Constantinople’s Hippodrome

A video on one of Constantinople’s grandest secular public building, the hippodrome. ... Read More | Share

The Passion According to Matthew

It is almost by chance that I came across this composition for orchestra and choir of which I had quite astonishingly never heard before. It is a work that is worth listening to, and which, in my... Read More | Share

The life of St. Anthony of Padua

In the West, it is rare to see movies that present Christianity under a positive light, much more so those that depict the life of a saint. This is why this Italian movie is particularily... Read More | Share

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