The Liturgical Choir is a choral group at the University of Notre Dame’s Basilica of the Sacred Heart sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry. Its repertoire is drawn on the diverse traditions of a cappella and accompanied sacred music from the Renaissance through the twentieth century.

The choir provides musical leadership for the Basilica’s 10 am Sunday Mass as well as for a variety of other Basilica and University liturgies such as Sunday Vespers, weddings, dedications, ordinations, Advent Lessons & Carols and special University liturgies such as Junior Parents’ Weekend and the Baccalaureate Mass. Holy Week is especially important to the Choir, who sings for Palm Sunday, Tenebrae, the Good Friday Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, the Easter Vigil, Easter Mass, and Easter Vespers.

This website includes information on the Choir’s history, members, alumni, recordings, its annual tour, as well as ways to support the Choir. Please direct any questions or comments to litchoir@nd.edu.

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Fr. Hesburgh Memorial Concert

All are invited to attend the Fr. Hesburgh Memorial Concert to honor the one year anniversary of the passing of Notre Dame President Emeritus, Fr. Ted Hesburgh, C.S.C.

Music will be performed by the Notre Dame Liturgical Choir, The University of Notre Dame Folk Choir, The University of Notre Dame Celebration Choir, Notre Dame Basilica Schola, Coro Primavera, and Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra. The free concert will also be streamed online.

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Choir Caroling in South Bend!

Today, the Liturgical Choir will be caroling through part of the South Bend neighborhood. Feel free to join us anytime from 5-8:30pm and get in the Advent spirit!

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