St. Isidore Catholic Church
Music Ministry

Music Director: Sue Plasman
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Adult Choir

Join the Music Ministry!

The St. Isidore Choir rehearses every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Church. New members just need to join us at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

This is a beautiful way to honor our Lord and serve our Parish Community. You don't need to read music to join, just have a love for singing and praising our God!

Music Choir 2016
March, 2016 - the St. Isidore Choir
Sue Wilson, Susie Plasman (Director), Mary Gomes, Hannah Thoo, Kelly Cunningham (Pianist), Gil Chavez, Alice Snook, Angie Thoo, Elaine Bastian

The St. Isidore's Choir is open to parishioners of all ages.
The choir alternates between all of the weekend Masses, except the Spanish Masses.

Our St. Isidore Parish is blest to have several adult choirs and singers. Besides the English Choir pictured above we have two Spanish Choirs
and other rotating groups. These are pictured below.
Cremer Family
The Cremer Family: Art, Lori & Kerri Lynne
7 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass

Luis, Gloria, Juan & Maria

5 p.m. Sunday Mass
Lifeteen Choir

Back Row: TJ Wy, Elijah Wy, Tom Medcalf

Front Row: David Bradley, Kelsey Bradley, Anna Wy, Joy Borromeo, Alison Jarvis & Ken Wood

8 a.m. Mass (alternating)

Greg Payne and Ron Battless
8 a.m. Mass (3rd Sunday)
Sexton Group
April, 2014
From left to right:  Dave Summy, Bridget Lee, Tracy Leighton, Leslie Lee, Dianne Daugherty, Kathy Sexton, John Mallen, Marilyn Likes, David Brubaker, Ken Berri
Special Services and Masses
Tami Henry
Tami Henry


We Need You!
We need musicians (piano, organists, brass, woods, or string instruments) who can accompany a choir or cantor(s).
If you have any questions or would like to sing or play an instrument in our groups,
please email our Music Ministry by clicking on the mailbox above or here: or call the Rectory Office at 673-1573.

St. Cecilia

St. Cecilia's memorial is Nov. 22. She was a cultivated young patrician whose ancestors loomed large in Rome's history. She vowed her virginity to God, but her parents married her to Valerian of Trastevere. She told her new husband that she was accompanied by an angel, but in order to see it, he must be purified. He agreed to the purification, and was baptized; returning from the ceremony, he found her in prayer accompanied by a praying angel.

The angel placed a crown on each of their heads, and offered Valerian a favor; the new convert asked that his brother be baptized.

During the persecutions, the two brothers gave proper burial to martyrs. In their turn they were arrested and martyred for their faith. Cecilia buried them at her villa on the Appian Way, and was arrested for the action. She was ordered to sacrifice to false gods; when she refused, she was martyred in her turn (circa 117).

The Acts of Cecilia has the following: "While the profane music of her wedding was heard, Cecilia was singing in her heart a hymn of love for Jesus, her true spouse." It was this phrase that led to her association with music, singers, and musicians.

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