Sacred Music

St. Michael’s Choir School strives to serve God, the Universal Church, the Archdiocese of Toronto, and the community with commitment and joy through sacred music. It also works to safeguard and develop the living tradition of music specific to the Roman Rite, with a focus on Gregorian chant and polyphony.

The Choir School is a resource for knowledge in sacred music and liturgy. If you are a researcher, scholar or composer looking for information or resources specific to sacred music, please contact us at

Music Library

St. Michael's Choir School has one of the largest Sacred Music Libraries in Canada, with over 5000 pieces in the collection. If you are a composer, or a church musician, and are looking for a certain piece, hymn, or psalm, please do not hesitate to contact us at


Mr. Philip Fillion instructs in organ at St. Michael’s Choir School and is the organist for St. Michael’s Cathedral. Mr. Fillion can be reached at

Past Preludes and Postludes, with notes and information, can be found below.

The Ronan Collection

From here you can view the choral music manuscripts of Msgr. John Edward Ronan, founder of St. Michael's Choir School.