The central crucifix on the Benedictine arranged altar as the ad orientem point of reference
Saturday, April 21, 2012
FINALLY, THE REFORM OF THE REFORM OF THE ORDINARY FORM OF THE MASS FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF SAINT JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, MARCH 19, 2012 AT 7:00 PM, OUR PATRON'S FEAST
This is an Ordinary Form Mass, but using the difficult Schubert's Mass in G. This is an amateur production, so the sound quality has some annoying background noise, but just ignore it. I want to thank our combined choirs under the direction of Ms. Nelda Chapman our Music Director and our assistant organist, Mr. Harold McManus. Keep in mind this is an Ordinary Form Mass, but done ad orientem with a mix of English and Latin. A week later this same Mass setting was sung for the Extraordinary Form Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. There will be a brief commercial at the beginning (and yes I have chastised our deacon for using the ambo as his coffee table as you will note later in the video):
Many thanks to our former parishioner Mr.Lovel Miguel to whom we sent this video in Houston, Texas for him to format it for my blog!