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==Background and Education==
 
==Background and Education==
  
'''Anthony Cekada''' is a traditionalist Catholic priest, seminary professor and author.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Cekada] He studied at St. Francis Seminary College, Milwaukee; the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Milwaukee; monasteries of the Cistercian Order, and Séminaire S. Pie X, Ecône, Switzerland. He also studied composition under Michael P. Hammond,[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_P._Hammond] choral conducting under Margaret Hawkins, and organ under William A. Eberl. He is Assistant Pastor at St. Gertrude the Great Church,[http://www.sggresources.org] West Chester, Ohio, where he is in charge of music program.
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'''Anthony Cekada''' is a traditionalist Catholic priest, seminary professor and author.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Cekada] He studied at St. Francis Seminary College, Milwaukee; the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Milwaukee; monasteries of the Cistercian Order, and Séminaire S. Pie X, Ecône, Switzerland. He also studied composition under Michael P. Hammond,[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_P._Hammond] choral conducting under Margaret Hawkins, and organ under William A. Eberl, a student of Marcel Dupré. He is Assistant Pastor at St. Gertrude the Great Church,[http://www.sggresources.org] West Chester, Ohio, where he is in charge of music program.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:00, 6 April 2016

General information

Country of origin: United States

Contributor since: 2013-02-22

Works with editions by this editor: 27 (see list)

Contact information

e-mail: frcekada AT sgg.org

Background and Education

Anthony Cekada is a traditionalist Catholic priest, seminary professor and author.[1] He studied at St. Francis Seminary College, Milwaukee; the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Milwaukee; monasteries of the Cistercian Order, and Séminaire S. Pie X, Ecône, Switzerland. He also studied composition under Michael P. Hammond,[2] choral conducting under Margaret Hawkins, and organ under William A. Eberl, a student of Marcel Dupré. He is Assistant Pastor at St. Gertrude the Great Church,[3] West Chester, Ohio, where he is in charge of music program.