Ordination Music

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My friend Mary Jane asked, and so here is the list of music we used for the ordination this past Saturday.

Entrance Hymn: “Gather In The Banquet Hall,” text based on the fifth circular letter of St. Gaspar (1831), Tune by Fr. Keith Branson, C.PP.S.

Sprinkling Rite: Tune based on O Filii et Filiae

Gloria, Congregational Mass, John Lee

Responsorial Psalm, Psalm 116, I Will Take The Cup, musical setting by Fr. Jeffrey Keyes, C.PP.S.

Gospel Alleluia, O Filii et Filiae

Litany of Saints, chant

Laying on of Hands, Veni Sancte, Taize

Prayer of Consecration, Amen from Community Mass, Proulx

Vesting “Tu Es Sacerdos” (It was a choral setting And Sam will have to fill us in on the composer. They also sang another Choral Tune but I found no record of it in the program so Sam will have to fill us in.

Eucharistic Acclamations, Community Mass, Richard Proulx

Our Father, Chant

Lamb of God, Community Mass

ComuniĆ³n, “Amen, El Cuerpo de Cristo” Schiavone, and “Pan de Vida,” Hurd

Closing: “Glory Be To Jesus” by Fr. Justin Henkel, C.PP.S.

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Thanks, Fr. Jeff. May the Community of the Precious Blood continue to grow and prosper.

Music sounds ideal for a CPPS ordination. Long time since I've heard "Glory Be to Jesus" louder still and louder!

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