The late John Paul II wrote in his Letter to Artists:  “Art must make perceptible, and as far as possible attractive, the world of the spirit, of the invisible, of God”

 

So works of art (music included) serves as a bridge between human experience and the divine mystery of God.  From the word “human experience” alone, we see so much diversity and people in various stages in their faith walk.

 

Similarly, we have been gifted with many forms of music, all of which are capable of being purified by the celebration of the sacred Liturgy.

 

If you would like more information about Music Ministry at St. Mark’s Parish, please see the Parish contact information page.

 

 

St. Mark’s Parish Music Ministry song selections

Some sheet music is shared on this site.  Please contact the coordinator to obtain access to the sheet music here. 

 
 

A Snapshot (Feb 2014):

Although the snapshots below are titled by their specific mass times (9:30am, 11:30am choir), members are free to interchange and sing at other mass times as well, depending on their schedule, or other circumstances. Music ministry snapshots for other mass times and special events will be published here as well (on an ongoing basis).

 
 

11:30am mass choir (click on image to see full size):

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9:30am mass choir: Please see revised contact information .

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7:00pm choir – photo coming soon
 
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