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Welcome to Simply Liturgical Music

From Composers to Congregations

New Liturgical Music

The Music You Want


Psalms and Gospel Acclamations

Get access to the most comprehensive lectionary resource ever created. In addition to multiple psalm options for every Sunday and Feast, there are also options for every other occasion found in the Lectionary including daily.

Roman Missal

Mass Settings and Antiphons

Get access to a growing collection of beautiful Mass Settings, Antiphons, an other music set to the texts found in the Roman Missal. This music was born out of the liturgical work our composers do for their own parishes.

Other Music

Other Vocal and Instrumental Music

Looking for other original songs, hymns, or instrumental music for your congregation? These are the gems created by our composers just for their own congregations. Here you will find music for every liturgical occasion.

Reviewed and Approved

Every piece of music we receive from a composer is reviewed and approved by our SLC Review Board, our local ordinary – the Archdiocese of Omaha (original texts), and the USCCB (ICEL / GRAIL texts). At SLM, we have a two-fold mission:

  1. To make sure our music is connected with the liturgical action of the Mass (SC 112)
  2. To provide music that spans the richness and diversity of genre and style practiced in today’s liturgy. 

Jason Liles



Like Jason, some of our composers started their own companies in order to share their music with others. SLM is helping them to widen their net.

Michael Joncas

Industry Leader

Industry Leaders

Like Michael, some of our composers are already published through major companies (OCP, GIA, etc), but they have more music they want to share.

Todd Mesler, Jr.

Undiscovered Talent

Undiscovered Talents

Like Todd, some of our composers are not published at all. SLM is giving them a new opportunity to share their music with the world.

Quality Composing

Created by Professionals

SLM brings you new quality music created by a growing network of talented liturgical music composers from all over the world. These individuals have chosen SLM in order to publish and sell their music directly to you! All the music is thoroughly reviewed by our SLC Review Board.

Practical Platform

Shared Through Innovation


SLM offers only PDF digital sheet music and MP3 files. You will never receive physical items from us as we are committed to caring for our common home and cutting back on waste and conserving natural resources. Though we always encourage our clients to be as green as possible, you can print copies of all the files we send you and can also share them digitally.


Laudato si’ calls us to care for our common home. That’s why SLM is committed to offering only digital products. We are dedicated to being the change we want to see in the world. We do not waste materials and we do not encourage our customers to waste materials. Together, we can make our shared home a better place. 


Get rid of the copyright guilt and have access to infinite copies of your music through SLM’s digital services. When you must print our music, you can have peace of mind knowing you are still supporting the artists who create the music and limiting your impact on the environment.


At SLM, we believe you should only have to purchase a product once. When you purchase or download a piece of music from us, you own it for life. You also own every single part the composer has ever created for that piece including the instrumental score, Octavo, and Lead Sheet. Once you have purchased the piece, you can also digitally share or print it as much as needed.


As a publishing company, SLM is unique. We’ve cut out the middleman so our composers can share their music directly with you, the customer. The customer can also communicate directly with the composer to ask questions, request additional parts, or just compliment them on their music.


Did you know that that many liturgical composers are not justly compensated for their work? Composers typically receive the industry standard of 10% royalties and do not retain any rights to their music. The only way for the composers to make money is for the music to sell extremely well, which is not usually the case. If the music is not being properly advertised, the composer has no other options as they do not own the rights. At SLM, we are committed to changing these standards. Our composers keep complete ownership (100% rights) to their music and get paid 30% of all sales of their compositions. 

Pricing that's Fair

Sold At an Affordable Price



Every SLM composition can be purchased as a single item. With that purchase, you receive all parts (octavo, Lead Sheet, SATB, etc) written for the piece with permission to make as many copies as you'd like.

Psalms/Antiphons =$7.50-$15
Mass Settings = $150
Hymns/Songs = $30-$45



With a subscription, you can "purchase" anything on the website for $0.00. There are no limits! Purchase and download any music that you want and make as many copies as you need.

$549.00 Annually

You Own It

You Own It

Whether you purchase single pieces A-La-Carte or download them through your Subscription, the small print says that your worshiping community owns it... forever! No more buying music over and over. Print as much as you need for as long as you need.

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