The Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University and The Cathedral of the Madeleine Choir School present The Choir of King’s College Cambridge.
Wednesday 29 March 2017 8:00 PM
St. Thomas Aquinas Church
725 South 250 East
Hyde Park, Utah
Thursday 30 March 2017 7:30 PM
The Cathedral of the Madeleine
331 East South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah
The concert performances are made possible by a generous grant from Zion’s Bank, and the kind support of the Little America Hotel and the Grand America Hotel.
Click the headline or image for details on concert passes.
The MCS Annual Gala planning is well under way again this year! Please mark your calendars and click on our gala logo -- "Studio 54" pictured down the right side of our homepage -- to see how you can support our mission while have the time of your life, including Table Sponsorships, Golden Tickets, and our final push this week to reach $30,000 in our annual Student Opportunity Drawing/School-Wide Jump-a-thon! We've already reached $17,000 with only 25% of our students participating, so far. Come on MCS let's make this happen!
The Madeleine Choir School offers numerous opportunities for prospective parents to visit our campus and learn more about the Choir School's distinctive environment and hospitable community. 'Drop in' Thursday, February 16 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
These events are designed to show you how students at The Madeleine Choir School experience an unmatched start to life through our rigorous academics, unrivaled music education and well-balanced curriculum.
Click on the image to the left or the headline above to access links to:
• A Statement by the Catholic Bishops of the United States
• A Statement by Cardinal Cupich, the Archbishop of Chicago
• A Statement by Cardinal Tobin, the Archbishop of Newark
• Ways to take action together with the United States Bishops
You shall not oppress or afflict a resident alien,
for you were once aliens residing in the land of Egypt.
You shall not wrong any widow or orphan.
If ever you wrong them and they cry out to me,
I will surely listen to their cry.
When I was a stranger, you welcomed me.
Jesus of Nazareth
Let us pray.
to whom no one is a stranger
and from whose loving care none is ever distant,
look with compassion on refugees and exiles,
on displaced persons and abandoned children.
Render justice to the oppressed
and rouse us to do what is right,
that our society may be cleansed and made new.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God for ever and ever. Amen.
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of the Americas, pray for us.
St. Frances Cabrini, patron of migrants, pray for us.
St. Mary Magdalene, loyal companion at the Cross, pray for us.
We welcome and encourage you and your families to participate the local events commemorating the 23rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. In celebrating diversity at The Madeleine Choir School, and in our broader communities, we are providing a few links to activities in which you and your family might consider participating from Ogden to Orem. Click the headline or image to access the links and other detailed information.
At the celebration of the school's twentieth anniversary on Saturday, November 12, Mr. Glenn and Principal Baillie presented The Madeleine Choir School's Legacy of Service Award to six key individuals, each of whom have served in different and crucial roles in the success of the Choir School.
The honorees included the school's first principal, Betsy Hunt; board members, Howie Lemcke and Sara Rich; legendary MCS eighth grade teacher, Kathy May; dedicated volunteer, Shirley Callanan (not pictured); and a key parent-organizer of the Choir School, Talitha Day.
Alumni, parents and teachers representing all eras of the Choir School's twenty-year history came together in celebrating this milestone built not only on faith, hope and love, but academic rigor paired with music excellence.