Contact Us

Liturgical Music Committee of the
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore

c/o Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea,
10 Yishun Street 22, Singapore 768579

Tel: +65 6257 4122, Fax: +65 6756 6632

You can also e-mail us

the LMC is a working committee of

The Archdiocesan Liturgy Commission

Archbishop’s House, 31 Victoria Street, Singapore 187997

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6 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Raquiza

    Is it ok to sing a Marian hymn as an entrance hymn at Sunday mass? Also, is it ok for the first part of the Gloria (in English) (the refrain:Glory to God) to be repeated after each verse?
    Specifically I am thinking of the Mass of Christ the Savior.

    1. Hi Raquiza

      Thank you for writing to us.

      You will notice that on certain Solemnities, the antiphons are “Marian” in theme and text. Feel free to refer to the Graduale Romanum as this resource is the official approved hymnal of the Church.

      As for your second question, you are encouraged to abide by the tradition of singing the Gloria – that is, without repeating the “refrain” (i.e. Glory to God in the highest…). The Gloria is meant to be sung without antiphonal refrain or segregation of verses – in the same way we do not repeat any part of the “Our Father”, or “The Creed”.

      I hope this helps in your enquiry.

      Cheers
      Kenneth Wee,
      on behalf LMC

  2. caroline

    hi there,
    i am a regular psalmist in church and hope to enrich my spiritual life about the psalms i sing.
    if you have plans for courses on them, please keep me updated! i’ll be glad to support!

  3. Sin Keng Ng

    Would appreciate if I could be advised as to how I could get in touch with
    Julian Soh with regards to the registration of my interest in the coming
    Organ workshop. The email address is invalid.

    Thanking you in anticipation.

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