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Thursday, August 5, 2021

THIS SATURDAY WHICH IS THE FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH WE WILL CELEBRATE OUR 9 AM FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH MARIAN MASS USING THE 2002 LATIN EDITION OF THE ROMAN MISSAL AND THE ENTIRE LOW MASS (WITH ORDINARY FORM ABILITY TO CHANT SOME PARTS) WILL BE IN LATIN SAVE THE LITURGY OF THE WORD FROM THE NEW LECTIONARY! THE CHOREOGRAPHY WILL HAVE EF MASS SENSIBILITIES AND THE MASS WILL BE IN OUR MARTHA AND MARY CHAPEL, RICHMOND HILL, GEORGIA-BE THERE AND BE ORDINARY FORM, LATIN THAT IS!

Priceless art used in the Typical Latin Edition of the 2002 Ordinary Form Roman Missal:



You can find the Latin-English Hand Missal in Latin for the Ordinary Form of the Mass by pressing this sentence! 

 



MASS PROPER: MASS OF THE BVM In Ordinary Time
MASS Salve, sancta Parens (white)
 

Introit:

Hail, holy Mother, who gave birth to the King who rules heaven and earth for ever and ever. (Ps. 44: 2) My heart has spoken a good word: I speak my works to the King. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. Hail, holy Mother, thou who gave birth to the King who rules heaven and earth for ever and ever.

Collect:

Grant, Lord God, that we, your servants, may rejoice in unfailing health of mind and body, and, through the glorious intercession of Blessed Mary Ever-Virgin, may we be set free from present sorrow and come to enjoy eternal happiness. Through our Lord, Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy spirit, God, forever and ever.

Alleluia Gospel Verse:

After childbirth you did remain a perpetual virgin: Mother of God, intercede for us.

OffertoryAntiphon:
Hail Mary, full of Grace, the Lord is with you. Blessed are you among women. Blessed is the Fruit of your womb.

Prayer over the Offerings:

Receive, O Lord, we ask, the prayers of your people with the sacrificial offerings, that, through the intercession of Blessed Mary, the Mother of your Son, no petition may go unanswered, no request be make in vain. Through Christ our Lord.

Preface:

It is truly right and just, our duty and our salvation, always and everywhere to give you thanks, Lord, holy Father, almighty and eternal God, and to praise, bless, and glorify your name in veneration of he Blessed ever-Virgin Mary.

For by the overshadowing of the Holy Spirit, she conceived your Only Begotten Son, and without losing the glory of virginity, brought forth into the world the eternal light, Jesus Christ our Lord.

Through Him the Angels praise your majesty, Dominions adore and Powers tremble before you. Heaven and the Virtues of heaven and the blessed Seraphim worship together with exultation. May our voices, we pray, join with theirs in humble prayer as we acclaim…

Communion Antiphon:

Blessed is the womb of the Virgin Mary, which bore the Son of the eternal Father.

Prayer after Communion:

As we receive this heavenly Sacrament, we beseech, O Lord, your mercy, that we, who rejoice in commemorating the Blessed Virgin Mary, may by imitating her serve worthily the mystery of our redemption. Through Christ our Lord.

 





 

11 comments:

TJM said...

Father McDonald,

Has the EF been suppressed at the Cathedral?

Also there is a letter from members of the Italian laity to PF at Rorate that I think you and Father Fox would find interesting

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

Not suppressed here or at the Cathedral and I have this Sunday’s EF Mass there. But it is prudent to prepare for the future if it is suppressed.

TJM said...

I hope your bishop takes Archbishop Cordileone's approach and actually adds EFs. The British bishops have not bought into TC, and I understand the French ones haven't either. The Italian bishops, of course, are a huge disappointment. TC cannot withstand scrutiny. Only true company men will take it seriously. Bishops, after all, as liberals like to tell us, are not "branch managers" so they should be free to exercise their episcopal authority. I suspect in this case, the liberals will do an about face and demand they follow Rome!

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

TJM, just a reminder that bishops make a vow of obedience to the pope at their ordination as bishops. Company man is not a good term to use within Catholicism given the hierarchical nature of the Church. Traditionalism disavows disobedience when it comes to their pet projects but duplicitously condemns the disobedience of progressives. You can't have it both ways especially as it regards the pope because the definition of schism in the Catholic Church has to do with breaking with the pope.

Luckylady said...

I thought or heard that Company Man was a sort of euphemism for a member of the American intelligence services.
I saw a movie where Robert de Niro plays an old Catholic man recruiting mainly WASPS from Harvard and Yale etc but also some Catholics back in the start of WW2..
Matt Damon I think played the main character and Angelina Jolie his wife.

TJM said...

Father McDonald,

Are you suggesting the bishop groups I mentioned are in schism?

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

We’ll have to wait and see.

TJM said...

Father McDonald,

It appears that PF is in “schism” with his own Church. He is not above the Tradition and many eminent clerics have pointed this out. I suspect you and many other good priests are really struggling with this ill considered motu proprio. I pray for all of you

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

TJM, you are thoroughly formed in the so-called "spirit" of Vatican II if you think you can declare Pope Francis to be in schism. There is only one living person in the Church who is the visible head of the Church, the Vicar of Christ, and that is the reigning pope. He is not called the Supreme Pontiff for no reason. No one can call the reigning pope to be in schism. And if there is anyone, it would be the next reigning pope or an ecumenical council. No one else has that authority.

TJM said...

Father McDonald,

LOL - you noticed the quotes around schism because I recognize he technically cannot be in schism. But neither am I a papalotar.
If we had such a process in canon law to depose a pope for improper stewardship, PF would be the perfect candidate! So long and good luck

John Nolan said...

My CTS Sunday hand missal (2011) is bilingual (English-Latin) except for what is taken from the Lectionary. Since it includes all the readings from years A, B and C, this takes up an inordinate amount of space.

Unfortunately it does not include the Graduale Propers, which is a serious drawback. In the Novus Ordo Latin is usually encountered in a sung Mass, and this will in all likelihood include Introit, Gradual, Alleluia/Tract, Offertory and Communio from the 1974 Graduale Romanum, not the Entrance antiphon, Responsorial Psalm, Gospel Acclamation and Communion antiphon from the MR and the Lectionary.

The Solesmes Gregorian Missal for Sundays and feast days, first published in 1990 and now reissued with the new English translation, references the readings but does not include them, as they would normally be in the vernacular even when the rest of the Mass is in Latin. The Graduale chants are all included, in the traditional square notation, so it is invaluable for choirs as well as congregations; there is also a complete Kyriale.

I bought mine in the London Oratory bookshop in 1992. It has been all over Europe with me and is now practically falling apart.