The Psalms

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Program: #05-24   Air Date: Jun 07, 2005

We return to the Benedictine Abbey of Chevetogne in Belgium with the latest from their stunning body of recordings, as this unique group continues its mission of uniting the ancient division between western & eastern Christianity through musical service.

Dear Friends of Millennium of Music:

Even by the standards of our most popular program, we have
been gratified (and taken aback) by the overwhelming response we have received from this series dedicated to the work of the monks of Chevetogne. To this end, we are providing some extra information on how to reach the monks on line or by mail.

Monastère de l'Exaltation de la Sainte Croix
Rue du monastère 65
B - 5590 - Chevetogne

Tel.: + 32 (0)83 21.17.63
Fax: + 32 (0)83 21.60.45

Email addresses of the Monastery: [email protected]
This is the current e mail address of Fr. Thomas
Pott, current music director--new as of January 2005.
Again, thank you for you enthusiastic support for the program;
we hope to continue this series for some time.

Robert Aubry Davis

The program is sponsored in part by the Belgian Tourist Office
and the Embassy of Belgium in Washington, D.C.
For more information on visiting Belgium (including the Abbey), you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at:

The Psalms are not only the frame for the services of the liturgical year, they are integral to many of the sacred services; we drew from various recordings by the monks.

I Funeral Service (CD 110/503):

Psalm 118: "Blessed are they whose ways are blameless, who walk according to the law of the Lord."

II. The Great Lent (CD 105/396):

Psalm 136: "By the waters of Babylon."
Psalm 140: " Let my prayer be set forth."

III. The Pentecost (CD 105/304):

Psalm 103: "Come, let us worship our King, and God."

CD Info

CD 110/503, CD 105/396, CD 105/304

Note: The contact information in this episode may be out-of-date. You can contact us at this current link.