Listen to Session 2, Part 2 from the seminar, “You Are What You Sing: Faith Formation Through Congregational Song” by C. Michael Hawn, held June 16-17, 2014 at IWS.
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Session 2: Stream 1–Roman Catholic Liturgical Renewal Song, Part 2 (33:05)
Since the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), Roman Catholics have been finding their voice. This voice is diverse ranging from folk and classical song to African-American gospel and various Latino styles. Part 2 of this talk expands to application and practical discussion.
Michael Hawn reflects on the June 2014 worship seminar experience:
The seminar I led in June 2014 on congregational song at IWS was a pure delight. One rarely encounters a group that is so open to learn and thirsty for any information that one can offer. The discourse of the seminar discussion was on a high level offering the opportunity to learn from each other as well as from the professor–just as it should be. I am rarely given this much time to share these ideas and process them in such depth. Thanks for this opportunity IWS alums and friends.