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Some people asked me over the past couple of weeks, "Hey, where do you find the Latin responses for Mass"? I have the answer for you.
I call your attention to the red Worship hymnal for this. Pay heed only to the words, not necessarily the music, as most of the time, we use a setting different than what's written. The words are the same, regardless of setting, although you might get a repeat of a word or phrase here and there.
The Kyrie (which we usually sing in Advent and Lent) is at #340. (Incidentally, in the Latin Mass, the Kyrie is the one Ordinary part that is in Greek, not Latin.)
The Gloria is right below, at #341.
The Sanctus is at #348.
On occasion, we use the Latin Mortem tuam annuntiamus, Domine as the Memorial Acclamation (that is, the response to "The mystery of faith", or "Mysterium fidei"). That is at #349. The translation, by the way, is simply We proclaim your death, O Lord, and profess your resurrection, until you come again.
The Agnus Dei at is #353.
Finally, Father will on occasion conclude Mass with Ite Missa est, alleluia, alleluia, to which we respond Deo gratias, alleluia, alleluia. That is at #354 (second staff).
Ordinary: Cristo Risusciti (Picchi) (Memorial and Amen are adapted)
- (7:30 only) Hail, holy Queen enthroned above (Worship hymnal, #702)
- - NOTE: The First Communion class will crown the Blessed Mother at the 7:30 AM Mass, keeping with the parish custom on Mothers Day.
- (all others) At the Lamb's high feast we sing (Worship hymnal, #459)
Psalm 100: R./ We are his people, the sheep of his flock (Marier)
Alleluia "O Filii et Filiae" (BMP) (PDF)
Offertory hymn: Crown him with many crowns (Worship hymnal, #496)
- (11:15) Ave Maria (Perosi)
- (all others) Psalm 23 - R./ I am the good shepherd, alleluia (BMP) (PDF)
Meditation hymn: Regina Caeli (Worship hymnal, #443)
Recessional hymn: Christ the Lord is ris'n today (Worship hymnal, #463)
Quod scripsi, scripsi!