Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Advent II at the Cathedral

Prelude: Es ist ein Ros' -- Brahms

Entrance: On Jordan's Bank / WINCHESTER NEW

Act of Penitence Form C (led by cantor)from "Advent Wreath Service" by John Schiavone

Psalm 85: Gelineau

Gospel Acc: Alleluia VII -- Berthier

Offertory: Comfort, Comfort, O My People / FREU DICH SEHR(GENEVA 42)

Offertory Anthem (9:30): "Advent Prayer" -- arr. Liebergen

Sanctus: Mass XVIII

Acclamation and Amen: Corpus Christi Mass -- Proulx

Agnus Dei: Mass XVIII

Communion: Christ, Be Our Light

Recessional: Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus / HYFRYDOL

Postlude: Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland -- Bach (Orgelbuechlein)


Brian Michael Page said...

Cool - Mass XVIII! I can remember doing Mass XVII at the Tridentine Mass at Holy Name (per Dominicis Adventi et Quadragesimae).

Hey, I've been meaning to ask you - who handles the music for the Tridentine Mass at that chapel down the street from you?


PhiMuAlpha2681 said...

As far as I know, no-one. The pastor (here) told me they celebrate a low Mass every week.


Brian Michael Page said...

In the fall of '02 I had interviewed at SS. Peter and Paul Church (now a Basilica) in Lewiston, ME. One of the interviewers was the music director at Portland's Immaculate Conception Cathedral. I had asked him about the Tridentine Mass they list over there, and he said the same thing - Low Mass, and in the Chapel. Too bad. :-(

Could it be Cathedrals who do put on a Tridentine Mass just prefer to keep it low key to keep the Novus Ordo attendance up?


PhiMuAlpha2681 said...

The Mass is not part of the Cathedral. It's being held in our chapel because we have the space and they asked. They have their own priest, who might even be FSSP, not sure. We advertise the Mass in the bulletin, but it is technically not a part of the Cathedral ministry. Previously, it was held at 5:30 pm on the second Saturday of each month in the chapel at Trinity High School (under previous bishop). Now they received permission to celebrate here weekly (from the new bishop).