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Is there a club that consists of people sick of having to sing songs that gloat about everything we do at Holy Mass? If there is, count me in! Mass is not about what we do. It's about what Jesus did for us. We also include the routine "gathering rant". The two, "gathering" and Communion, seem to go hand in hand in many liturgies. This, btw, is in response to a question/concern I read on a message board that I frequent. We also review the Mass settings found in the 2012 OCP Music Issue.
Feasts for the Week: December 1-11.
Commercials (the usuals, scattered)
Don't Do This at Church
In What We Have Done, and In What We're Going to Do: reviewing "What We Have Done" for the First Sunday of Advent and a recent funeral Mass, and previewing "What We're Going to Do" for First Friday and the Second Sunday of Advent.
Two Harps play O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, courtesy of Music Alley
Shamus' Adventures in Classical Latin, an encore presentation of the clip from Christus Vincit ANYWHERE episode 59, in which Shamus O'Reilly bellows out Conditor Alme Siderum in Classical Latin, brought to you by Christmas Carols for the Psychologically Challenged.
Additional links: Adoremus Hymnal / St. Michael Hymnal / Vatican II Hymnal
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