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May 29, 2005

The Feast


Prelude: Adoro Te
Entrance Chant: At The Lambs High Feast
Kyrie: Cum Jubilo, RS 383
Gloria: RS 388, Jones
Psalm: Psalm 147, RS #199
Sequence: Ecce Panis Angelorum, BFW 207
Alleluia: Mode VI
Offertory: Pange Lingua
Eucharistic Acclamations: Community Mass, Proulx
Agnus Dei: Mass XVIII
Communion: The Supper of the Lord
Post Communion: Ave Verum Corpus (Choir)
Conclusion: Alleluia, Sing to Jesus, RS 914

RS= Ritual Song
BFW = By Flowing Waters

The New Music Director was the organist at the 10:00am. One parishioner offered this viewpoint: "It sounded more like a church and less like a cocktail lounge."

Posted by Fr. Jeffrey Keyes, C.PP.S. at May 29, 2005 6:30 PM

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On the most part, an excellent list. Did Sam pick these, or did you? Either way, with the exception of "Supper of the Lord", it's great.

Ave Verum --- Mozart's?


Posted by: Brian Michael Page at May 30, 2005 6:20 AM

I selected most of the music with Sam chiming in on the selection of the Kyrie.

I should have mentioned that the congregation sang better today than they had in months. The difference between the 8:00pm mass last week and this week was phenomenal.

Posted by: FrKeyes at May 30, 2005 10:58 AM

You must be hearing voices in your head. The difference was not phenomenal. If it was so great a difference you would have remembered to post it the first time.

Posted by: Anonymous at May 30, 2005 12:11 PM

Well, best of luck to you Father, and to Sam. Personally, I like your taste in music. Don't let these anonymous trolls get to you. You'll always get a few ticked off left wingers out there. Unfortunately, they can be a bit more vocal than those who prefer to worship according to the Roman mandates (like you and me).

+ In Christ,

Posted by: Brian Michael Page at May 30, 2005 6:13 PM

Thanks Brian. The anonymous troll has been consistent and the IP addresses left reveal it is only one person. I have my hunch it may be the former director or even one of the dissatisfied choir members. I heard from a parishioner that the choir was unhappy that I asked the assembly to stop clapping at the end of every mass. Of course that parishioner was very happy that I finally asked that the ritual applause be stopped.

Posted by: FrKeyes at May 30, 2005 11:06 PM