Monthly Archives: October 2018

Music for the Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost, 28 October 2018

Music for the Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ the King
(Missale Romanum of 1962, 9:30 a.m.)
Prelude: Passacaglia in C minor (BWV 582/1) (Johann Sebastian Bach, 1685-1750)
Hymn at the Procession: The Head That Once was Crowned with Thorns (St. Magnus)
Missa della battaglia (Giovanni Francesco Anerio, 1567-1630)
Gregorian Mass of Christ the King: Dignus est Agnus
Motet at the Offertory: Sancte Deus (Thomas Tallis, c.1505-1585)
Motet at the Communion: Cantate Domino (Orlande de Lassus, c.1532-1594)
Postlude: Fugue in C minor (BWV 582/2) (Bach)

Music for the Thirtieth Sunday of the Year
(Missale Romanum of 2002, 11:30 a.m.)
Prelude: Improvisation
Hymn at the Procession: The Head That Once Was Crowned With Thorns (St. Magnus)
Introit: Laetetur cor (plainsong, mode ii)
Missa cum jubilo (Vatican Gradual, Mass IX)
Gradual: Unam petii (plainsong, mode v)
Alleluia: Lauda Jerusalem (plainsong, mode iv)
Offertory: Domine, vivifica me (plainsong, mode iii)
Motet at the Offertory: Ave maris stella (impares) (Tomás Luis de Victoria, 1548-1611)
Communion: Laetabimur (plainsong, mode ii)
Motet at the Communion: O Come, Let Us Sing Unto the Lord (Anthony Piccolo, b.1953)
Marian antiphon: Salve Regina (plainsong, mode v)
Postlude: Passacaglia & Fugue in C minor (BWV 582) (Bach)

Sign Up for Online Giving

Please visit the Online Giving page to read about the various ways of setting up an account to enable you to use Online Giving. You will see that there is also an easy way to give a one-time gift to the parish when the Spirit moves you. We sincerely hope that Online Giving will be…
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Learn Your Faith: Why Go To Mass?

The question I most enjoy asking any Catholic is, “Why do Catholics go to Mass?” I love this question because I can be almost certain of the answer I’ll receive, and that answer gives me the chance to talk about my favorite subject... The Mass! Go ahead, test yourself. In one brief sentence answer the…
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Music for the Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost, 21 October 2018

Music for the Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost
(Missale Romanum of 1962, 9:30 a.m.)
Prelude: Prélude pour le vingt-deuxième dimanche après la Pentecôte (from L’Orgue mystique) (Charles Tournemire, 1870-1937)
Hymn at the procession: God of Mercy, God of Grace (Heathlands)
Missa Dittes maistresse (Orlande de Lassus, c.1532-1594)
Gregorian Mass of the Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost: Si iniquitates
Motet at the Offertory: Amen dico vobis (Lassus)
Motet at the Communion: Adoramus te Christe (Jacobus Handl, 1550-1591)
Postlude: Postlude Alleluiatique (pour le vingt-deuxième dimanche après la Pentecôte) (Tournemire)

Music for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year
(Missale Romanum of 2002, 11:30 a.m.)
Hymn at the Procession: Word of God, Come Down on Earth (Liebster Jesu)
Introit: Ego clamavi (plainsong, mode iii)
Missa cum jubilo (Vatican Gradual, Mass IX)
Gradual: Salvum fac populum tuum (plainsong, mode vii)
Alleluia: Lauda anima mea (plainsong, mode viii)
Offertory: Meditabor (plainsong, mode ii)
Motet at the Offertory: Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Aberswyth) (arr. David Hughes)
Communion: Domine Dominus noster (plainsong, mode ii)
Hymn at the Communion: Panis angelicus (Camille Saint-Saëns, 1835-1921)
Marian antiphon: Salve Regina (plainsong, mode v)
Organ music as above

Notes from Fr. Ringley

Please pick up your raffle tickets at the front of the church. It’ll save us postage costs! This weekend we welcome Fr. Paul Check, rector of the St. John Fisher Seminary Residence, who will offer the 9:30 Mass. He and some seminarians from the Fisher House will join us for the coffee hour after Mass.…
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