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ABOUT THE WRITERS Te Liturgical Singer


(Pub#368440) is published quarterly by the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, 962 Wayne Avenue, Suite 210, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910-4461


Phone: (240) 247-3000 E-mail: theliturgicalsinger@npm.org Web: www.NPM.org Publisher: Mr. Steve Petrunak Editor: Dr. Jennifer Kerr Budziak


Volume 21, Number 1 • February 2020


Annual Subscription Information Single copy, $22 2–9 copies, $17 per copy 10–24 copies, $110 for 10 copies + $11 each additional copy


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Postmaster: Please send address changes to National Association of Pastoral Musicians, 962 Wayne Avenue, Suite 210, Silver Spring, MD 20910-4461. Periodicals postage paid at Silver Spring, Maryland, and additional mailing offices.


Dr. Lynn Eustis is Director of Graduate Studies in Music and Associate Professor of Voice at Boston University, where she has been on the faculty since 2012. She previously held the same positions at the University of North Texas. Her publications include Te Singer’s Ego and Te Teacher’s Ego (both with GIA Publications, Inc. in Chicago). She performs frequently as a soloist and also sings currently with the Choir of the Church of the Advent in Boston.


Diana Kodner Gokce has served as a music minister at numerous parishes over the last 40 years, including Holy Name Cathedral. Her books on liturgical music include Handbook for Cantors, now in its third edition, and Why Do We Sing? both published by GIA.


Fr. Jan Michael Joncas is a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis, MN, Fr. Joncas serves as Artist in Residence and Research Fellow in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Tomas, St. Paul, MN. He is the author of six books and over 200 articles. He has composed and arranged over 300 pieces of liturgical music, with his most recent collections “O Sacred Banquet” (OCP) and “Deep and Lasting Peace” (GIA).


Alan J. Hommerding is Senior Liturgy Publications Editor at the World Library division of GIA Publications. He continues to serve the Church as a hymnwriter, author, composer, organist, choir director, and presenter on the topics of liturgy and liturgical music.


Wendy Barton Silhavy is the Senior Coordinator for Liturgy and Music in the Office for Divine Worship, Archdiocese of Chicago. She received her BM in Church music from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and her MA in Liturgical Music from St. John’s University, Collegeville. She brings 25 years of experience in parish, seminary, and diocesan liturgy to her work with the archdiocese. Wendy is a pianist, organist, flutist, choir director and cantor.


Jennifer Kerr Budziak is a Chicago area conductor, author, and composer. Dr. Budziak serves on the faculties of Loyola University and North Central College. She is Editor for Music Formation Resources at GIA Publications Inc. and assistant conductor for the Chicago Symphony Chorus. She currently serves as editor of Te Liturgical Singer.


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