“The singing of the Church comes ultimately out of love. It is the utter depth of love that produces the singing. “Cantare amantis est”, says St. Augustine, singing is a lover’s thing. In so saying, we come again to the trinitarian interpretation of Church music. The Holy Spirit is love, and it is he who produces the singing. He is the Spirit of Christ, the Spirit who draws us into love for Christ and so leads to the Father.”
-Pope Benedict XVI, “The Spirit of the Liturgy”, (SF, CA: Ignatius, 2000), p. 142.
Sistine Chapel Choir – Palestrina (Trailer) – Deutsche Grammophon
New Every Morning | Audrey Assad
Street Called Mercy by Hillsong — filmed along the Via Delorosa in Jerusalem
Hymn for the Jubilee of Mercy (Vatican)