Pueri Cantores

Singing for peace, worshipping God and experiencing community in a worldwide movement

Founded in 1950 by a French Abbé named Fernand Maillet the international federation of children- and youth-choirs grew up to 999 members coming from 25 countries. Every year girls and boys meet in different cities all over the world to sing for peace, praise the Lord and having fun to make music together. They generate a vivid community with a powerful cultural and spiritual impulse.


100 Years since the end of World War 1

Important links: Prayer for peace for this opportunity in English - French - German Programme of the French Federation Announce your concerts to the IFCM! Pueri Cantores Chöre singen für den Frieden in der Welt Projekt zum Ende des Ersten Weltkrieges vor...

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DVD for Peace in Butembo-Beni (RD Congo)

  New DVD of a Congolese Choir: Desire for peace The choir of the Cathedral of Butembo-Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo celebrated a mass with many songs for peace. These were published on a DVD. Full...

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Our president in Lebanon

Voyage au Liban Du 16 au 22 avril dernier, le président de la FIPC Jean Henric s’est rendu au Liban pour évaluer les possibilités de développer les Pueri Cantores dans un pays qui n’a qu’un membre correspondant. Il a pu ainsi, avec Noha Hatem,...

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About Pueri Cantores

The basis of the modern International Federation of Pueri Cantores was formed on a deep ancient Christian conviction…

International Congresses

The international congresses are highlights in the community of pueri cantores.

Federations of Pueri Cantores

All over the world there are numerous federations and correspondents in our international community…

Letters & Links

Pueri Cantores is a community of mutual aims and ideals, living one spiritual life. Read our letters, discover the web…

We PUERI CANTORES sing our faith.

For this reason we are a sign of hope for the world.

Our worldwide community aims to be a symbol of the love of God for all people and of love for each other.