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Questions of Faith:
The Rosary in Music:
Dr Matthew Ward presents music to help us meditate on the life of Mary and of course that of her Divine Son. He will be introducing a variety of music, choral and instrumental, written by composers inspired by our Blessed Mother, and by the mysteries of our salvation in the Rosary. Dr Matthew Ward is Director of Music at Mayfield School and a director of various choirs including the Stonegate Choir and the Schola Corneliae as well as being a regional director of the Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge. He has previously taught at the University of Cambridge and at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. In demand as a speaker on topics in medieval music and music and theology, Matthew regularly runs workshops on Latin chant around the UK. He has published on the music of Sir James MacMillan, and is producing an edition of twelfth-century chant from St Albans Abbey for the Early English Church Music series. Broadcast: Sunday at 5:30pm, Wednesday at 2:30am, Thursday at 11:30am and Friday at 9:30pm beginning 10 January 2020.
Do you have any thoughts on Music and Mary? Any suggestions for Dr. Ward’s next season – Easter Music? Please email us at Music@RadioMariaEngland.uk
RMEY – Faith Vibe:
Past Programmes from 2020:
12 Days of English Christmas:
Join Helena as she speaks to priests, literature enthusiasts, Franciscans and Jesuits about the Feast Days that occur during the Christmas Season. To listen to previous episodes, please listen on the following Podcast services: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Radio Public, and other podcast services.
Poetry For The Season:
In Poetry for the Season, poet Sally Read lead us through poems, new and old, familiar and unfamiliar, that are redolent of the liturgical season, and explored what they might mean to us and our faith. Sally is the author of three collections of poetry, all published by Bloodaxe Books, and Night’s Bright Darkness, the story of her conversion to Catholicism from atheism, and Annunciation, a Call to Faith in a Broken World, both published by Ignatius Press. Her first collection of poems as a believer, Dawn of this Hunger, is reaching completion. Sally trained and worked as a psychiatric nurse in her twenties, but was always writing poetry. During her conversion Sally came to understand that all poets seek to see with the eyes of God—that is, to perceive the connections between things, and their meaning in the world—and that poetry is the fabric of the Catholic faith in that it lives in scripture, liturgy, prayer and the way we think about Truth. Poetry for the Season aims to seduce you with beauty and make you see that real poetry is never far from God. Sally broadcast from Rome where she lives with her family. To listen to previous episodes, please listen on the following Podcast services: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Radio Public, and other podcast services.