Thursday, August 25, 2011

iSNARK! 176

Listen below, or download here. (41:29/37.9 MB)

The continuation of our multi-part series on the new translation of the Roman Missal, the Mass we will be celebrating beginning XI-27-11.  In this installment, we touch on the Bishops' permission to use some of the new translation early, plus breaking down changes in the Credo, Orate Frates, Preface Dialogue, and Sanctus. Links include memos from the Archdioceses of Boston, New York, and Cincinnati, regarding early use of the new translation and recommended musical settings.
We also side-step to Mass in "Ubbi-Dubbi" language (Remember the children's TV show Zoom?), and "Freeze Pops versus cigarettes!"
Don't Do This at Church

Commercials (the usual three, scattered within the show)
In What We Have Done, and In What We're Going to Do (returning segment): Music we did for the Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time, and will be doing for the Twenty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time.
Hymnody in Inflationary Language: Shamus O'Reilly inflates (a la the late great Victor Borge) Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation

1. Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation (tune: Westminster Abbey)
2. Panis Angelicus (written by Cesar Franck)
3. O Jesus, Joy of Loving Hearts (tune: Wareham)
4. Fugli gives us his rendition of Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, courtesy of Music Alley

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