Gregorian Chant Preview: Carmelite Monks of Wyoming


Gregorian Chant Preview: Carmelite Monks of Wyoming. Listen to the peaceful Gregorian chants sung in Latin by the Carmelite Monks of Wyoming. This is the Catholic Gregorian chant offertory for Easter Sunday. Here are the lyrics for the Gregorian Chant music:

Terra tremuit et quievit * dum resurgeret in judicio Deus, alleluia.
The earth trembled and was still * while God arose in judgment, alleluia.

The Carmelite Monks Chant all of their own chants in this video. The monks are chanting Gregorian chants in Latin. The Carmelite Monks Wyoming are very proficient at chanting Gregorian chant in Latin. These monastic chants are from Easter Sunday. Gregorian Chant fills the soul of the monk with peace. When you watch this video, the monks hope that it fills your heart with peace just as the monks have great peace in their cloistered monastery.

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The Carmelite Monks of Wyoming are a contemplative community within the Diocese of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Carmelite Monks live the fullness of the Carmelite Rule in the solitude of the mountains. They pray the entire divine office in common, have a daily sung mass chanted in Latin, do two hours of mental prayer, manual labor and the daily common rosary. The Carmelite Monks of Wyoming live a strict Horarium. The Wyoming Carmelites are building a monastery in the Gothic style architecture, designing and carving all of their stone decorations for their buildings during their allotted time for manual labor.

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