Back to our regularly numbered Sundays/weeks of Ordinary Time. By the way, although last Sunday's feast of the Presentation of Our Lord Jesus Christ superseded the Fourth Sunday of the Year, the weekdays are still of the Fourth Week of the Year.
FIRST FRIDAY; II-7-14
SACRED HEART COMMUNITY MASS 6 PM
This Friday is First Friday. There is no feast (although the Gospel of the day does recall the beheading of John the Baptist by King Herod). Simply a feria (or "weekday"), and the Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart. The hymns of the day will reflect that votive Mass, while the Psalm will be that of the day.
MUSIC FOR HOLY MASS
Sung Mass Ordinary: A Community Mass (Richard Proulx)
- This is the Mass we did for the last two weeks of January. We did the Laus Tibi Christe Latin setting last week for the major feast (Presentation). A Community Mass, which is in English, will be resumed for the remainder of this portion of Ordered Time.
The Gloria is omitted on the weekday.
Entrance hymn: O Sacred Heart, O Love Divine (music on sheets provided)
Psalm 18: Blessed be God, my salvation, sung to Psalm Tone 8G.
- This is the Psalm of the Day for February 7 in the Daily Mass Propers section of the missalette.
Alleluia: music by Dom Anthony Gregory Murray, OSB (same as the last few weeks, also for this portion of Ordered Time)
Offertory anthem: Cor dulce, Cor amabile
Communion anthem: Panis Angelicus, sung to a Hungarian tune from the Pius X Hymnal
Recessional hymn: To Jesus' Heart, All-Burning (music on sheets provided)
SUNDAY V OF THE YEAR; II-9-14
MUSIC FOR HOLY MASS
Sung Mass Ordinary: Gloria sung from Mass VIII (chant) or recited. The remainder is from A Community Mass (see First Friday list, above).
Entrance hymn: When morning gilds the skies (Maroon, #367) (Listen)
Psalm 112: The just man is a light in darkness to the upright, music by yours truly
Alleluia: same as First Friday, above
Offertory hymn: O Jesus, I have promised (Maroon, #570, second tune) (Listen)
- Listen link is for the tune itself. The title given in it just uses the same tune.
Communion anthem: Laudate Dominum, music by Giuseppe Pitoni
Meditation hymn: Blest are the pure in heart (Maroon, #418) (Listen)
Recessional hymn: Ye holy angels bright (Maroon, #600) (We sang this two weeks ago.) ;)