Mystic Modern: The Music, Thought, and Legacy of Charles Tournemire, ed. Jennifer Donelson and Stephen Schloesser (Richmond, Va.: Church Music Association of America, 2014).
Articles and Chapters
“Sacred Music Renewal Fifty Years after Musicam Sacram,” Sacred Music 144.2 (Summer 2017), 7–15.
“Messiaen’s ‘Musical Theology,'” Sacred Music 144.1 (Spring 2017), 19–27.
“Addressing the Triumph of Bad Taste: Church Patronage of Art, Architecture, and Music,” in Liturgy in the Twenty-First Century: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives, ed. Alcuin Reid (New York: Bloomsbury/T&T Clark, 2016), 108–127.
“Aural Asceticism: The History and Spiritual Fruits of Silencing the Organ During Certain Liturgies,” Sacred Music, 141.4 (Winter 2014), 39–46.
“The Cultural Blossoming of the 20th-Century Chant Revival: Gregorian Chant in Charles Tournemire’s L’Orgue Mystique,” in Chant and Culture: Proceedings of the Conference of the Gregorian Institute of Canada, ed. Barbara Swanson and Armin Karim (Ottawa: Institute of Mediæval Music, 2014), 205–229.
“How Does Music Speak of God? A Dialogue of Ideas between Messiaen, Tournemire, and Hello,” in Mystic Modern: The Music, Thought, and Legacy of Charles Tournemire, ed. Jennifer Donelson and Stephen Schloesser (Richmond, Va.: Church Music Association of America, 2014), 317–330.
“Messiaen: Musical Language” in New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2011 Ed. Robert L. Fastiggi, Vol. 2, (Detroit: Gale, 2011), 546–547.
“The Sacramentality of Sound: Bells, Organs, and Olivier Messiaen’s Understanding of Musica Sacra” in Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal, 15.1 (Spring 2011), 61–77.
The Stories of Hymns: The History Behind 100 of Christianity’s Greatest Hymns by Fr. George William Rutler. Reviewed in November 2017 issue of the Adoremus Bulletin.