Saturday, August 8, 2009

And So, IT begins!!!!!

This week:

Entrance: Crown Him With Many Crowns - Diademata
Introit: Tone 8
Kyrie: Mass 16
Gloria: Mass 8
Psalm: EVERYBODY SIT DOWN:
Psalm 34 - setting by our FEARLESS LEADER,
The Right Most Holy and Irreverant Father of Several,
Brian Michael Page. You may now all continue with your regularly
scheduled breathing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Offertory: Come, My Way, My Truth - The Call
Sanctus, etc.: Mass 18
Communion Antiphon: Tone 8
Communion Hymn (a rare thing here): Gift of Finest Wheat - Bicentennial
Hymn: You Are the Way, To You Alone - Dundee
Organ: Toccata in e minor - Walther (I think...Biggs' Treasury collection)

Wednesdays will be my day off this year...barring funerals and Feast Days.

Katie will leave for TN to tend to her parents (her dad will be 93 on 8/31), which means that I'm bachelor-ing it up again. Pray for me. And Dooley.

School begins Monday morning....with Mass. This should be fun.
Except that I've been told I must be in dress code....which will be interesting since I have no money to purchase several pairs of nice pants and shirts..... oi vey.

Have a great, cool week.
I hear rumors that in Corpus Christi this year, WINTER will occur on December 4 from 8am until 3pm.

SteveO

4 comments:

cuaguy said...

No extra cassock and surplice that you could use as a "dress code"

Brian Michael Page said...

Psalm: EVERYBODY SIT DOWN:
Psalm 34 - setting by our FEARLESS LEADER,
The Right Most Holy and Irreverant Father of Several,
Brian Michael Page. You may now all continue with your regularly
scheduled breathing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LMAO LMAO LMAO!
I guess you can call four "several". Just when I thought you were going to say, "setting by the Great and Immortal Alexander Peloquin from his Songs of Israel collection". Well, I can be thankful I wasn't confused with the highly exalted leaders of the NaPalM congregation, MH and DH. :)
BMP

Brian Michael Page said...

Oh, and I forgot to mention - I wrote the accompaniment for my Ps. 34 setting for those who prefer to play. For best results, however, you will really want to go a cappella.

BMP

Steve O said...

I sang it a cappella, and lowered it a whole tone - my voice was totally out of whack the entire weekend.....