Christmas Mass at Midnight

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The Mass will be chanted from the Sign of the Cross to the Go in Peace. The Deacon will chant the gospel.

Premiere Suitte de Noels, Claude-Benigne Balbastre (1727-1799)
The Prophecies, Traditional Vatican Chant
Proclamation of the Birth of Christ, Chant

Adeste Fidelis, O Come, All Ye Faithful

Incensation, Crèche and Altar
Dominus Dixit Ad Me, Graduale Romanum

Kyrie, Missa Cum Jubilo
Christmas Gloria, Daniel Laginya
Responsorial, Psalm 96, Today is born our Savior, Proulx, based on Puer Natus
Christmas Alleluia, James Chepponis

Preparation of the Gifts: Silent Night, Guitar and Organ
The Glory of the Father, Egil Hovland
Eucharistic Acclamation, Community Mass, Richard Proulx
Agnus Dei, Mass XVIII

In Splendoribus, Graduale Romanum
Child of Mercy, Haas
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Silent Night

Closing: Joy to the World
Postlude: Noel X, Luis Claude Daquin (1694-1772)

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Sounds so beautiful. Sorry we won't be able to attend. When I was a little girl in New Mexico we would often go to see relatives in Belen (the Spanish name for Bethlehem) and I always remember how the singing there was such beautiful prayer.
Sigh. Maria Elena

Programme looked wonderful. Good to see 'Adeste Fideles' - did you sing it in latin? We did here in our small rural parish in the English Midlands, along with the Missa de Angelis and Credo III. A happy and Holy Christmas to you and your parishioners.

Sounds wonderful. Wish I could have been there. Went to Kalida, Ohio Saint Michael's which has a beautiful church and beautiful Midnight Mass, also.

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