Saturday, November 17, 2007


Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time - November 18, 2007
Holy Cross Church, Providence, RI

I will be serving at the 4:00 PM Saturday and 8:30 AM Sunday Masses, but in a cantor capacity. Organist is the parish music director Ron Almeida, a good friend from the RIPnet boards. Here is the music Ron and I will be doing there.

Ordinary Form
The Lord comes to rule the earth with justice...Alstott
Alleluia...Mode VI
Mass of Creation...Haugen

All people that on earth do dwell..."Old Hundredth"
Come, Holy Spirit, wind and fire..."St. Catherine"
Alleluia! Sing to Jesus!..."Hyfrydol"
The King shall come when morning dawns..."Morning Song"

Also, I will be attending the 11:00 AM Mass Sunday morning at one of my leads - checking the place out, how Mass goes there, etc. The pastor seems to be moving in the right direction liturgically. We'll soon find out. I'll have resume in hand. If all goes right, it will be in the pastor's hand after Mass. If this turns out positive, I will then (and only "then") reveal the lead. I will tell you that the organ is a two-manual pipe organ built by L.A. Carlson. More on that when I learn more. :-D

Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Pentecost - November 18, 2007
St. Leo the Great Church, Pawtucket, RI

Extraordinary Form/Low Mass - 5 PM Sunday afternoon

Come, ye thankful people, come..."St. George's Windsor"
O Sacrum Convivium...Remondi
Miserere Illi Deus...Montani
- (I podcasted on this piece just last week!)
Now thank we all our God...Nun Danket



Anonymous said...

Quick question

Would you trade your current Bishop for Abp. Burke (if possible) Mr. Page?

Brian Michael Page said...

Not really. As much as I like Abp. Burke (and his counterpart on the opposite end of Missouri, Bp. Finn), I'm very happy so far with Bp. Tobin. He's the best bishop Providence has had in a long time.