Arts & Faith

Detroiters wowed by Sistine Chapel Choir’s ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ visit

Detroit — Stunning. Inspiring. Incredible. Contemplative. Divine. Detroiters have a hard time expressing what it’s like witnessing the Sistine Chapel Choir in person. But they are certain of one thing: the pope’s choir leaves an impression. “Seeing the Sistine Chapel Choir perform live was a fantastic, wonderful experience that’s really hard to explain,” said Patricia…

Knights of Columbus to replace traditional fourth-degree uniform, regalia

PHOENIX — The Knights of Columbus, long associated with swords, capes and chapeaus, will be going through a significant uniform change. The traditional regalia worn by fourth-degree Knights will be replaced, announced Supreme Knight Carl Anderson Aug. 1 during the international fraternal organization’s 135th annual Supreme Convention in St. Louis, which was livestreamed on EWTN.…

CNS movie review: ‘The Tribunal’

NEW YORK — The annulment process provides the unusual courtroom setting for the romantic drama “The Tribunal” (Freestyle). While the movie’s Catholic values are strong, they come filtered through some faulty filmmaking. Divorced musician Joe Seacker (Chris Petty) pursues a decree of nullity so that he can wed his devout girlfriend, Emily Vanderslice (Laura Mock).…

Notre Dame organist graces cathedral with ‘emotional improvisations’

World-renowned musician Olivier Latry visits Detroit for solemn vespers with archbishop DETROIT — When you hear Olivier Latry talk about music, it’s inspiring. When you hear Olivier Latry play music, it’s breath-taking. Sponsored by the Cathedral Cultural Series and music-lovers in the Metro Detroit area, Latry, the organist of the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris was in…