Monday, February 19, 2007


Holy Ghost Church, Tiverton, RI

Ash Wednesday - February 21, 2007 (7 PM)

MI-421 There's a wideness in God's mercy - In Babilone
Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned - Peloquin (Songs of Israel, Vol. 1)
TM-117 Parce, Domine - Mode I (refrain text in Latin; verses by Alstott)
TM-97 Attende, Domine - Mode V (in Latin)
Blessed are they who delight in the law of the Lord - Peacock/Gelineau
TM-98 Lord, who throughout these forty days - St. Flavian

First Sunday of Lent - February 25, 2007
(regularly scheduled Masses, plus 7 PM)

Invocabit me - Psalm Tone 2 (10:30 AM/7 PM)
MI-446 O God, our help in ages past - St. Anne (all Masses)
Be with me, Lord, when I am in trouble - Peloquin/Gelineau
TM-108 Again we keep this solemn fast - Erhalt uns, Herr (except 7 PM)
Ave Maria/As I kneel before you (7 PM)
Scapulis suis - Mode III (10:30 AM/7 PM)
TM-97 Attende, Domine - Mode V (in Latin)
TM-98 Lord, who throughout these forty days - St. Flavian (except 7 PM)
Magnificat - Croatian source (7 PM)

Common for all of the above Masses:

Penitential Rite: parrot Father
Gospel Acclamation and verse: Psalm Tone 2
Sanctus, Memorial, Amen, Agnus Dei: Jubilate Deo (all a cappella)
Lord's Prayer: chant in English

On Sunday, February 25, there will be a special Mass at 7 PM. Preceeding that Mass will be a Rosary at 6 PM. Following the Mass will be a testimony by Arthur Boyle, and a talk by Ivan Dragisevic from Medugorje. More info here.



Mara Joy said...

I'm just curious...maybe I haven't been reading this long enough to know the obvious, but what's TM and MI stand for? (I would assume they're hymnals/missalettes?)

Brian Michael Page said...

Hi Mara.
First of all, welcome to the Christus Vincit Definitive Blogroll. :-)
Second, to answer your question - yes, it's the infamous OCP "gems": "Today's Missal" and "Muzak Issue".