Music Resources

Music resources from publishers of sacred music and dioceses for use in time of pandemic.

GIA Music

Interlude Website: “In an effort to help you find what you need, we have compiled a variety of resources on our Interlude website. Some resources are digital downloads, some can be shipped from our warehouse, and many others are absolutely FREE!  Whether you are a parent or teacher looking for resources for children, a pastor or music director needing guidance on how to pray virtually with your congregation, or are just looking for guided prayer at home, we have something for you! We are here for you. If you have any questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. You can contact Matt Reichert, Director of Outreach and Engagement at [email protected].”

“Resources for Families” Folder: “Blessings and Prayers Throughout the Year” – These children’s bulletins (in English and Spanish) include activity pages, and those are included in each folder by Sunday. 

“Turn to the Lord: Praying and Singing in Times of Trouble” (GIA & WLP)

Oregon Catholic Press (OCP)

“In light of the events of COVID-19, along with the protesting of racial injustices in the United States, OCP is proud to offer these informative and inspired resources for communities of faith. May Christ’s light continue to shine in our lives and the lives of our neighbors.”  

Other resources from OCP:

Worship Now Music Publishing

Pray the Regina Caeli Virtually

Pray The Divine Mercy Chaplet with Matt Maher

Free Liturgical Music Planner

The Hymn Society

Hymns in Times of Crisis: The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada has compiled several free downloadable collections to address various needs and pastoral situations. The first of these collections was Hymns in Times of Crisis, which provides some useful resources for the current coronavirus crisis. The copyright holders of these texts have graciously agreed to allow limited use of these hymns. (Mike McMahon)

Archdiocese of Philadelphia

Published by FDLC

Since 1970, the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions has served the clergy and faithful of the dioceses of the United States by providing leadership, scholarship, and resources to aid in the authentic implementation and celebration of the liturgy.