Hughes, Howard. b. Baltimore, Maryland, 28 June 1930. Composer, teacher and pastoral musician, Hughes graduated from the University of Dayton in Ohio in 1951, and the next year made his perpetual profession as a Marianist Brother, of the Society of Mary (The Marianists), a Roman Catholic religious community. Then followed eighteen years of summer study at The University of Fribourg, Switzerland; the Alliance Française, Paris, France; Case-Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; Institute Catholique de Paris, France; and New York University, NYC. In 1988 he received the Master of Liturgical Music from the Benjamin Rome School of Liturgical Music, Catholic University of America,...
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