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“Ever mindful, therefore, of the basic truth that our Colored Catholic brethren share with us the same spiritual life and destiny, the same membership in the Mystical Body of Christ, the same dependence upon the Word of God, the participation in the Sacraments, especially the Most Holy Eucharist, the same need of moral and social encouragement, let there be no further discrimination or segregation in the pews, at the Communion rail, at the confessional and in parish meetings, just as there will be no segregation in the kingdom of heaven.”
— Archbishop of Archbishop of New Orleans (1953)

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Gregorian Chant for All Saints (November 1st)
published 27 October 2015 by Corpus Christi Watershed

164 Giotto Propers for All Saints

INTROIT :   Gaudeámus omnes in Dómino
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Mode VIII psalm tone for Gradual & Alleluia (PDF)

GRADUAL :   Timéte Dóminum
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ALLELUIA :   Veníte ad me
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OFFERTORY :   Justórum ánimae
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COMMUNION :   Beáti mundo corde
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Here are sample pages from the JOGUES MISSAL (approved for liturgical use by the USCCB in 2014). Do you see why we emphasize that the Propers are identical in both forms—Ordinary and Extraordinary?

    * *  PDF All Saints (Ordinary Form)

Many priests don’t realize that the so-called “Novus Ordo” Propers (1974) are often indistinguishable from the “Tridentine” version (1962).