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School choirs sing at Pueri Cantores festival

By Karen Callaway | Photo editor
March 7, 2019

School choirs sing at festival

Children from more than a dozen area Catholic choirs sang at the Chicago Choral Festival and Mass presented by the American Federation Pueri Cantores on Feb. 23, 2019, at Holy Name Cathedral. AFPC is the official music organization for students in the Catholic Church and organizes choral festivals and Masses for parish and school choirs around the United States.
Children from area Catholic choirs sing during the Chicago Choral Festival and Mass presented by the American Federation Pueri Cantores on Feb. 23, 2019, at Holy Name Cathedral. (Karen Callaway/Chicago Catholic)
Billy Beck, a seventh-grader from St. James School in Arlington Heights, plays the trumpet during Mass. (Karen Callaway/Chicago Catholic)
Stephen Siegart directs the choir. (Karen Callaway/Chicago Catholic)
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Father Greg Sakowicz (Karen Callaway/Chicago Catholic)

Children from more than a dozen area Catholic choirs sang at the Chicago Choral Festival and Mass presented by the American Federation Pueri Cantores on Feb. 23, 2019, at Holy Name Cathedral. AFPC is the official music organization for students in the Catholic Church and organizes choral festivals and Masses for parish and school choirs around the United States.

Topics:

  • catholic schools
  • music

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