Stations of the Cross
Fridays during Lent and Holy Week at 12:05 PM in the Chapel, and on Tuesdays during Lent and Holy Week at 7:00 PM in the Church. The Tuesday Stations of the Cross contains music accompanied by the organ.
At the entrance, and at each station we sing selected verses of the Stabat Mater (At the Cross Her Station Keeping) in English, as given in the booklet provided.
Holy Communion is also included in the Stations.
We chant the Agnus Dei from Mass XVIII (the simple chant).
During Communion, we alternate by week:
- Jesus, my Lord, my God, my All ("Sweet Sacrament") (on Weeks I, III, and V of Lent)
- Let thy Blood in mercy poured ("Jesu Meine Zuversicht") (on Weeks II and IV of Lent and in Holy Week)
The recessional hymn is Lift High the Cross ("Crucifer")
First Sunday of Lent
The 5:00 PM Saturday Mass and the 7:30 and 9:00 AM Masses are in the Ordinary Form. The 11:15 AM this weekend will be the Anglican Use Mass. Traditional Mass texts, but in English (though some sung Ordinary in Latin).
MUSIC FOR HOLY MASS
Ordinary of the Mass:
- Asperges Me (Mode VII) (11:15)
- Kyrie: Messa Popolare "Laus Tibi Christe" (Caudana) (all Masses)
- Credo III in English (all Masses) (ICEL adaptation of the chant)
- Sanctus and Agnus Dei: Mass XVII (all Masses)
- Memorial Acclamation: Save us, Savior of the world... (ICEL chant)
- Amen: adapted from the Sanctus of Mass VIII
Proper of the Mass:
- (Ordinary Form 5 PM Sat., 7:30 and 9 AM Sun.)
- - Psalm 51: R./ Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned (Peloquin)
- - Gospel Acclamation Vexilla Regis (BMP) (PDF)
- (Anglican Use 11:15 AM Sun.)
- - Introit, Gradual, Tract, Offertory, and Communion from the Anglican Use Gradual.
Entrance: Lord, who throughout these forty days ("St. Flavian")
Offertory: The glory of these forty days ("Erhalt Uns, Herr") (At 11:15, this is after the proper)
- (11:15, after the proper): Parce Domine (Fr. Carlo Rossini)
- (all other Masses): Parce Domine (Mode I/BMP) (PDF)
Meditation: When I survey the wondrous cross ("Rockingham")
Recessional: Forty days and forty nights ("Heinlein")
Quod scripsi, scripsi!
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