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Commission on Liturgical Music: WEBSITE LAUNCHED!

The Diocesan Commission on Liturgical Music [CoLM] launched a new and impressive website on 24 May 2012. The website can be accessed and entered through a direct link on the diocesan website homepage. The result of a long and dedicated process, the website represents a "labor of love" on the part of CoLM co-chairs: Archpriest Daniel Skvir, Carol Wetmore, and Doreen Bartholomew.  Check the website often for news, announcements, and updates.

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