About the Schuler Singers

The Schuler Singers are an adult choir in southern New Hampshire committed to preserving and promoting Gregorian chant and Renaissance polyphony within the Sacred Liturgy. The choir is named after Monsignor Richard Schuler, long time pastor of St. Agnes Parish in St. Paul, M.N., who, out of faithfulness to the Second Vatican Council, worked diligently for over 30 years to preserve and pass on the heritage of sacred liturgical music.

2 Comments on “About the Schuler Singers”

  1. Ronald Berkey Says:

    Cum Angelis canere.

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