GIA Quarterly

Welcome to the new

GIA Quarterly Magazine

 

The GIA Quarterly and WLP's
AIM: Liturgy Resources Magazine

ARE NOW ONE!

As you’ve come to expect from both magazines, you’ll find a wonderful mix of English and Spanish language articles by some of the most well-respected names in music and liturgy. Plus, now you can enjoy expanded planning resources for Sundays and Solemnities including a more robust selection of Spanish/Bilingual music and more music for contemporary ensembles with the inclusion of WLP’s new VOICES hymnal.

Every issue invites national leaders in liturgy and music to engage readers in a dialogue about how to celebrate parish worship that transforms communities.

 

For Each Sunday and Solemnity, You'll Find:

  • • A reflection written by GIA composer and regular GIA Quarterly contributor Diana Macalintal
  • • Music suggestions for each of GIA’s current hardbound hymnals including the new Gather–Fourth Edition
  • • Music suggestions for each of WLP’s subscription missal/hymnal resources
  • • A listing of the Lectionary readings
  • • Choral music suggestions from both GIA and WLP
  • • AND MUCH MORE!
 

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The GIA Quarterly is Edited by

Nick Wagner

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Nick Wagner is the codirector and cofounder of TeamRCIA.com, a free online resource for catechumenate ministry, and is a leading voice and trainer in Catholic liturgical and catechetical ministries. With more than 35 years of experience in ministry and in Catholic publishing, Nick uses his gift for translating theological principles into simple and clear language to inspire joy, commitment, and passion for faith in parish teams. Nick holds a master’s degree from Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota, and is the author of many publications, including Seek the Living God: Five RCIA Inquiry Questions for Making Disciples; the award-winning book The Way of Faith: A Field Guide for the RCIA Process; and Field Hospital Catechesis: The Core Content for RCIA Formation.