III-7-14 at 6:30 PM (time change for Lent)
Ordinary of the Mass:
Kyrie: Laus Tibi Christe Mass (same tune as the Agnus Dei we've sung from that same Mass)
Sanctus and Agnus Dei: Mass XVIII (the simplest of Kyriale chant Masses)
Memorial Acclamation: Save us, Savior of the world (Listen)
- Music is the official chant of the 2010 Roman Missal (use of which began Advent 2011)
Amen: adapted from the Sanctus of Mass VIII
That set listed above is the set for all of Lent. The Kyrie is sung at Masses celebrated by Father Bucci (at the very least).
Entrance hymn: O Sacred Heart, O Love divine (music on cards provided)
Psalm 51: A heart contrite and humbled, O God, you will not spurn, sung to Psalm Tone 2
- text in the daily Mass portion of the missalette under March 7.
Gospel acclamation: Glory and praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, adapted by yours truly from the Mode I chant Vexilla Regis Prodeunt.
- Vexilla Regis Prodeunt is the Latin from which The Royal banners forward go is translated. This chant is most often used during Passiontide.
Offertory anthem: Parce, Domine, music by Carlo Rossini
- We sang this while ashes were distributed on Ash Wednesday. Translation: Spare us, O Lord, thy people. Be thou not angry with us for ever.
Communion hymn: Attende, Domine, Worship #414, in Latin
Recessional hymn: To Jesus' Heart, all-burning (music on cards provided)
FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT; III-9-14
Sung Ordinary of the Mass as listed above.
Entrance hymn: Praise to the Holiest in the height, Maroon #343 (first tune)
Psalm 51: Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned, music by C. Alexander Peloquin
- same as Ash Wednesday
Gospel Acclamation: same as above
Offertory hymn: Jesus, Name all names above, Maroon #342
Communion anthem: Parce, Domine, music by Carlo Rossini
Meditation hymn: Let thy blood in mercy poured, Maroon #190 (Listen)
Recessional hymn: Lord, who throughout these forty days, Maroon #59