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Antiphon music resources

Antiphon music resources

Antiphons are a wonderful addition to any music ministry. OCP offers a diverse range of music resources that make it easy to add antiphons into your celebrations throughout the year. Learn more about antiphons and discover the right music resource for your assembly below.

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Let Us All Rejoice

Simple, contemporary musical settings for the Entrance and Communion antiphons from Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan.

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St. Meinrad Entrance and Communion Antiphons for the Church Year

Traditional settings inspired by the Latin Gregorian antiphons, reimagined for the English-language texts from the Roman Missal by Benedictine Fr. Columba Kelly.

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Entrance Antiphons for SATB Choir
Communion Antiphons for SATB Choir

Specifically designed for choirs by composer Christopher Walker, these antiphon settings offer stylistic diversity and different difficulty levels.

Entrance Antiphons   Communion Antiphons
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NEW - Antífonas de Entrada y de la Comunión

Offering Spanish-language antiphons for the whole year in a 12-month subscription, Antífonas includes PDF and MP3 downloads, composer videos introducing the antiphons and much more.

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Incorporating Antiphons into your Music Ministry

Not every parish includes antiphons in their liturgies and even experienced music ministers might not know much about these beautiful elements of Catholic worship. Learn all about antiphons, how to include them in your parish liturgies, and what kind of music resources might be right for you in this helpful Antiphons Webinar led by Angela Westhoff-Johnson, OCP’s director of product development and director of music at St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland, Oregon.


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