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For 2nd time, Missouri Benedictine nuns have top classical album

Catholic World News - May 23, 2013

“Angels and Saints at Ephesus,” a new album released by the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, has debuted at the top position on the Billboard traditional classical albums chart.

“Advent at Ephesus,” an earlier album, also reached the top position on the chart.

Founded in 1995 and invited to the Diocese of Kansas City – St. Joseph by Bishop Robert Finn, the community worships using the extraordinary form of the Latin liturgy.

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  • Posted by: koinonia - May. 24, 2013 7:23 AM ET USA

    Kudos to Bishop Finn for his invitation to these nuns. He has done some special things for the archdiocese, and he has suffered a great deal for falling short in a momentary lapse of good judgment. Good news for the Church in the heartland.

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