These musical programs are for FSSP.la, the new FSSP Apostolate in Los Angeles. Bring your family to the High Mass (SAINT VICTOR, 8634 Holloway Dr, West Hollywood, CA 90069) at 7:00pm every Sunday.
We will sing #4687 “O Esca Viatorum.”
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We also add a polyphonic section, which is #4550.
INTROIT • Ladies sing on 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month, men on all others.
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Men should begin practicing the Introit for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost, which can be found at St. René Goupil.
We are singing #5294 (KYRIE “Iste Sanctus” by Guerrero)
Parts 1 + 2 are here with Solfège added. We hope to add Part 3 this Sunday.
GLORIA IN EXCELSIS
Plainsong Gloria IX from the Campion Hymnals, accompanied by the organist score.
Begin learning #5612.
GRADUAL & ALLELUIA
We are currently using Mode IV for these:
14th Sunday after Pentecost
Eventually, we might learn this version—but that decision will come later.
CREDO IV • Alternatim
We may sing #5984 by Machaut.
We also sometimes sing this version: #3445. But sometimes we sing in unison.
Organist will play.
SANCTUS & HOSANNA
We will sing #3496 paired with #2999.
Sometimes we sing Sanctus from Mass XIII. The complete “Kyriale” (Ordinarium Missae) can be found at St. Antoine Daniel.
We will sing #7554.
Before long we will begin work on a setting by Giovanni Gabrieli.
This will be sung by chosen soloists.
RECESSIONAL HYMN • #904 Hail, True Victim, Life And Light
From the Campion Hymnal.
CHOIR PRAYER (from CAMPION HYMNAL) happens after attendance is taken:
Third Station: Jesus falls the first time beneath the Cross.
Bl. John Henry Cardinal Newman
V. Adoramus te, Christe, et benedicimus tibi.
R. Quia per sanctam Crucem tuam redemisti mundum.
Jesus, bowed down under the weight and the length of the unwieldy Cross, which trailed after Him, slowly sets forth on His way, amid the mockeries and insults of the crowd. His agony in the Garden itself was sufficient to exhaust Him; but it was only the first of a multitude of sufferings. He sets off with His whole heart, but His limbs fail Him, and He falls.
Yes, it is as I feared. Jesus, the strong and mighty Lord, has found for the moment our sins stronger than Himself. He falls—yet He bore the load for a while; He tottered, but He bore up and walked onwards. What, then, made Him give way? I say, I repeat, it is an intimation and a memory to thee, O my soul, of thy falling back into mortal sin. I repented of the sins of my youth, and went on well for a time; but at length a new temptation came, when I was off my guard, and I suddenly fell away. Then all my good habits seemed to go at once; they were like a garment which is stripped off, so quickly and utterly did grace depart from me. And at that moment I looked at my Lord, and lo! He had fallen down, and I covered my face with my hands, and remained in a state of great confusion.