Gregorian chant, often referred to as plainchant, is named after Pope Gregory the Great (6th century). Steeped as it is in the Church’s rich tradition and creativity, Pope Benedict XVI called Gregorian chant “the supreme model of sacred music.”
A set of two CDs of Benedictine seminarians chanting Gregorian Chant Vespers (Evening Prayer in English) for every day of the week. Comes with the corresponding booklet of texts to follow and sing along.
Part of the proceeds go towards mission projects in the third world.