Source & Summit is a Catholic technology company and liturgical publisher dedicated to helping parishes elevate the liturgy. The new Source & Summit Missal, which launched for pre-order in June, is designed specifically to guide parishes along a path of gradual, authentic liturgical renewal. As parishes recover this fall from the restrictions placed on them during the pandemic, missals are returning to pews nationwide, and the opportunity for deep and lasting liturgical renewal has never been greater. The Source & Summit Missal offers the customary components of an annual Catholic missal along with a treasure trove of riches from the Church’s heritage, aimed at drawing parishes more deeply into the Divine Life of Jesus Christ and into a life of missionary discipleship.
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Adam Bartlett is a sought-after Catholic speaker, writer, and clinician on topics of liturgy, music, and the New Evangelization. With over a decade of experience as a parish and cathedral music director, seminary instructor, and teacher, Adam routinely brings his passion for sacred music and liturgical renewal to his work as CEO and founder of Source & Summit, a Catholic publisher and tech company that exists to help every Catholic parish elevate the liturgy. Adam additionally serves as an adjunct faculty member for the Augustine Institute and sacred music consultant for FOCUS. He resides in Michigan with his wife and three children.
Jethro Higgins began his career as a Catholic campus Music Director before receiving his Masters in Business Analysis from Catholic University of America, and has spent 15 years in youth and young adult & music ministry. Jethro came to Source & Summit after 8 years as a Digital Product Owner and Marketing Lead at the legacy Catholic music publisher OCP. He is currently studying for his Masters in Theology at the Augustine Institute. Jethro lives in Oregon with his wife and six children.
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