Wednesday, November 7, 2007


You can listen below, or save the file by clicking here. (45:59/42.1 MB)
Our first Catholic Lost 45 in eons comes in the form of a Latin responsory: Miserere Illi Deus by Nicola A. Montani. A special thank you to Lynn McCaw from the Catholic Tradition Network - Music message boards for his translation from Latin to English.

Feasts for the week:
Four Crowned Martyrs; Dedication of St. John Lateran Basilica in Rome;
St. Theodore; St. Andrew Avellino; SS. Tryphon, Respicius, and Nympha;
St. Leo the Great. For more information, New Advent Website.

What We Have Done, and What We Are Going to Do: Reviewing the music of All Saints and the Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time, then a rundown of the music list for the Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time.

Remember, Lord, thy Servants and I Will Praise Your Name for Ever (both written by yours truly);
Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones (tune: Lasst uns Erfreuen);
Miserere Illi Deus (written by Nicola A. Montani); I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (tune: Kingsfold);
Anima Christi, by Paul Lisney, courtesy of Podsafe.
There's a bunch of impromptu filler stuff by yours truly as well.

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