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Last month, an American delegation that included student choirs from four Orange County schools: Mission Basilica School from San Juan Capistrano, St. Edward the Confessor Parish School in Dana Point, Serra Catholic School in Rancho Santa Margarita and St. Cecilia School in Tustin, joined a group of 6,000 others in Rome for the 40th Annual International Congress of Pueri Cantores – the official student choral organization of the Catholic Church.
Photo: Students from Orange County participate in the annual International Congress of Pueri Cantores – the official student choral organization of the Catholic Church. COURTESY OF CATHERINE C. MUZZY, first published on www.ocregister.com.
As shared in The Orange County Register, Jan Schmidt of Villa Park, executive director of the American Federation of Pueri Cantores said, “Catholic youth choirs from around the world will be celebrating a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sing in prominent churches located in Rome and Vatican City. What sets Pueri Cantores apart is the quality of the music, the great conducting and the beauty of the churches where choirs sing.”
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