Corpus Christi watershed have unveiled plans for their new St Edmund Campion Missal and Hymnal for the Extraordinary form of the Mass. It is a great idea – an all in one pew book with everything you need to join in all the parts of the Latin Mass that people are supposed to – singing… Continue reading DIY Missal and Hymnal
Note: relative pronouns are “who”, “whom” and “whose”. For example, some books would write “Lamb of God Who takest away the sins…” or “Our Father Who art in heaven”. As far as I can tell, it is a matter of style. The Liturgical Press, Collegeville Minnesota has a style guide that puts pronouns referring to… Continue reading Whether to capitalize relative pronouns referring to God?
ust had to write something to got with this beautiful design from Daily Drop Cap. Fonts have been a preoccupation lately. I’m compiling a hymn book and need to settle on a font so I can get on with the fine tuning to make it look presentable. But finding the ideal font is difficult when… Continue reading Favourite fonts
Donald Knuth’s book Metafont begins with a warning that fonts can take over your life. There is a really bad pun too, but I do not consider it expedient to dig up the book to share it here with you. Recently I have rediscovered MyFonts. Here you can browse fonts and learn about the designers,… Continue reading Fonts, fonts, fonts