Traditionally known as "Low Sunday", and (named after the first words of the Introit) "Quasimodo Sunday", the Second Sunday of Easter has been declared "Divine Mercy Sunday" by Pope John Paul II.
MUSIC FOR MASS:
Introit: Tone 8G (9:00 - all English / 10:30 - English-Latin)
Processional: O FILII ET FILIAE - Ye Sons and Daughters (starting with verse 4) (Missalette, #69)
Gloria: (9:00/10:30) Peloquin - Mass of the Bells
Psalm: O Filii et Filiae, adapt. Page - Give thanks to the Lord for he is good...
Alleluia: from "O Filii et Filiae"
Offertory: ADORO TE DEVOTE - Godhead here in hiding (Music Issue, #483)
Sanctus: Vermulst - People's Mass
Mysterium: Peloquin - Mass of the Bells (Dying you destroyed our death)
Per Ipsum: Peloquin - Mass of the Bells
Agnus: Vermulst - People's Mass
Communion: Peloquin - Faith, hope, and love (Lyric Liturgy)
Communion Proper: Tone 8G (9:00 - all English / 10:30 - English-Latin)
Recessional: IN BABILONE - There's a wideness in God's mercy (Music Issue, #422)
SOME NOTES ON FORTHCOMING LITURGIES AT HOLY GHOST:
On Sunday III, we'll add the Agnus from Bells, and on Sunday VI, the Sanctus. We are now going back to all-English Eucharist Ordinary, with the exception of the fourth Sunday of each month, at which we'll incorporate the Latin, now that the people have the Sanctus and Agnus (Jubilate Deo) down over the last five months. :-)
+In His Divine Mercy