Monday, November 30, 2009

Feria of Advent - Missa 'Ad Te Levavi' - December 1st, 2009

Feria of Advent
Missa 'Ad Te Levavi'
3rd Class
Violet

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Tuesday of the First Week of Advent
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: Blessed John of Vercelli

Afternoon - St. Andrew, Apostle - November 30th, 2009

Morning - St. Andrew, Apostle - November 30th, 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

St. Andrew, Apostle - Missa 'Mihi Autem' - November 30th, 2009


St. Andrew, Apostle
Missa 'Mihi Autem'
2nd Class
Red

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Feast of Saint Andrew, Apostle
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. Andrew


Evening - First Sunday in Advent - November 29th, 2009

Morning - First Sunday in Advent - November 29th, 2009

Saturday, November 28, 2009

First Sunday in Advent - Missa 'Ad Te Levavi' - November 29th, 2009



First Sunday in Advent
Missa 'Ad Te Levavi'
Violet
1st Class

Daily Latin Mass Propers (Click Here)

Downloadable Latin Mass Propers, Una Voce, Orange County (Click Here)

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First Sunday in Advent
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: Servant of God John of Monte Corvino


NLM: What "Mass Setting" Should Your Parish Use?

Jeffrey Tucker of the New Liturgical Movement has a fabulous post on Latin Chant Mass settings using the Kyriale. He then links to a site entitled the Saint Antoine Daniel Latin Kyriale Gregorian Chant website.

Don't miss Mr. Tucker's explanation for why this site is so important and how your music director can use it for Mass settings during Advent and beyond. Fr. Zuhlsdorf also has some great comments on the Kyriale and on the Saint Antoine Daniel website.


Morning - Saturday of the Blessed Virgin Mary - November 28th, 2009

Friday, November 27, 2009

Saturday of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Missa 'Salve Sancta Parens' - November 28th, 2009

Saturday of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Missa 'Salve, sancta parens' (Votive Mass)
White
4th Class

Daily Latin Mass Propers (Click Here)


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Saturday of the Thirty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. James of the Marche

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Sources: Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal, 1945
The Ordinary of the Mass is not from the Missal of Pope John XXIII, 1962 which is the Missal Approved by Summorum Pontificum of Pope Benedict XVI

To my knowledge, this is the ONLY site available which provides the daily Latin/English Propers for each day. I discovered it linked to an online newsletter posted by the F.S.S.P. in Oklahoma.

The author of this blog, Deo volente, totally disavows the "sedevantist sentiments" of the views of this website which posts these Propers of the TLM. He provides these Propers solely as a service to those in need of them online and uses other sources when possible.

Ubi Petrus, Ibi Ecclesia, Ibi Deus


Afternoon - Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal - November 27th, 2009

Christmas Week Schedule 2009 - Cathedrals and National Shrines in DC and Baltimore

This blog is devoted to the Traditional Latin Mass (or Tridentine). A great many visitors, however, search this blog for ANY Masses at the Cathedrals and National Shrines especially with the Advent and Christmas season approaching.

Thankfully, these Churches are now using automated calendars. The links below are to the Calendars of the various Cathedrals or Shrines. The National Shrine of the Assumption in Baltimore, and the Cathedral of Saint Matthew in DC do offer the Latin Mass in the Regular Form (Novus Ordo). Note that the home pages of all of these are located in the Blogroll and Favorite Websites in the lower right menu bar here --->>

Christmas Week Schedule 2009 - Cathedrals and Shrines in DC and Baltimore



Morning - Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal - November 27th, 2009

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal - Missa 'Erit quasi signum' - November 27th, 2009



Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal (Votive Mass)
Missa 'Erit quasi signum'
White
4th Class

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or Feria

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Friday of the Thirty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. Francesco Antonio Fasani


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Sources: Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal, 1945
The Ordinary of the Mass is not from the Missal of Pope John XXIII, 1962 which is the Missal Approved by Summorum Pontificum of Pope Benedict XVI

To my knowledge, this is the ONLY site available which provides the daily Latin/English Propers for each day. I discovered it linked to an online newsletter posted by the F.S.S.P. in Oklahoma.

The author of this blog, Deo volente, totally disavows the "sedevantist sentiments" of the views of this website which posts these Propers of the TLM. He provides these Propers solely as a service to those in need of them online and uses other sources when possible.

Ubi Petrus, Ibi Ecclesia, Ibi Deus


Thanksgiving Evening - St. Sylvester, Abbot - November 26th, 2009

Thanksgiving Day Morning - St. Sylvester, Abbot - November 26th, 2009

Deo volente would like to thank our Troops serving around the globe this day. May God bless and protect you all and bring you home safely soon! Happy Thanksgiving!


Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thanksgiving Day (USA), November 26th, 2009 - Te Deum Laudamus


O, God We Praise Thee / Te Deum

English version:

Latin version:
O God, we praise Thee: we acknowledge Thee to be the Lord.

Te Deum laudamus: te Dominum confitemur.
Thee, the Father,all the earth doth worship.

Te aeternum Patrem omnis terra veneratur.
To Thee all the Angels, the Heavens and all the Powers,

Tibi omnes Angeli; tibi Caeli et universae Potestates;
To Thee the Cherubim and Seraphim cry out without ceasing:

Tibi Cherubim et Seraphim incessabili voce proclamant:
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts!

Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth.
Full are the Heavens and the earth of the majesty of Thy glory.

Pleni suntcaeli et terra maiestatis gloriae tuae.
The glorious choir of the Apostles praises Thee,

Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus,
The admirable company of Prophets praises Thee,

Te Prophetarum laudabilis numerus,
the white-robed army of Martyrs, praise Thee.

Te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus.
Thee, the Holy Church throughout the world doth confess:

Te per orbem terrarum sancta confitetur Ecclesia,
The Father of infinite Majesty;

Patrem immensae maiestatis:
Thy adorable, true and only Son;

Venerandum tuum verum et unicum Filium;
Also the Holy Ghost, the Comforter.

Sanctum quoque Paraclitum Spiritum.
Thou, O Christ, are the King of glory!

Tu Rex gloriae, Christe.
Thou art the everlasting Son of the Father.

Tu Patris sempiternus es Filius.
Thou, having taken it upon Thyself to deliver man, didst not disdain the Virgin's womb.


Tu ad liberandum suscepturus hominem, non horruisti Virginis uterum.
Thou, having overcome the sting of death, hast opened to believers the Kingdom of Heaven.


Tu, devicto mortis aculeo, aperuisti credentibus regna caelorum.
Thou sittest at the right hand of God, in the glory of the Father.

Tu ad dexteram Dei sedes, in gloria Patris.
Thou, we believe, art the Judge to come.

Iudex crederis esse venturus.
We beseech Thee, therefore, to help Thy servants whom Thou hast redeemed with Thy Precious Blood.

Te ergo quaesumus, tuis famulis subveni: quos pretioso sanguine redemisti.
Make them to be numbered with Thy Saints in everlasting glory.

Aeterna fac cum sanctis tuis in gloria numerari.
O Lord, save Thy people, and bless Thine inheritance!

Salvum fac populum tuum, Domine, et benedic hereditati tuae!
And govern them, and exalt them forever.

Et rege eos, et extolle illos usque in aeternum.
Day by day we bless Thee

Per singulos dies benedicimus te.
And we praiseThy Name forever: yea, forever and ever.

Et laudamus nomen tuum in saeculum, et in saeculum saeculi.
Vouchsafe, O Lord, this day to keep us without sin.

Dignare, Domine, die isto sine peccato nos custodire.
Have mercy on us, O Lord, have mercy on us.

Miserere nostri, Domine, miserere nostri.
Let Thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, for we have trusted in Thee.

Fiat misericordia tua, Domine, super nos, quemadmodum speravimus in te.
O Lord, in Thee I have trusted; let me not be counfounded forever.

In te, Domine, speravi: non confundar in aeternum.
V. Blessed art Thou, O Lord, the God of our fathers.

V. Benedictus es, Domine, Deus patrum nostrorum.
R. And worthy to be praised and glorified for ever.

V. Et laudabilis, et gloriosus in saecula.
V. Let us bless the Father and the Son, with the Holy Ghost.

V. Benedicamus Patrem et Filium, cum Santo Spiritu.
R. Let us praise and magnify Him for ever.

R. Laudemus et superexaltemus eum in saecula.
Note:
This longer title of this partially indulgenced prayer, which dates to at
least A.D. 502, is "Te Deum Laudamus." This prayer is a part of the
Divine Office, prayed at the end of Matins, and is also sung in thanksgiving to
God for some special blessing (e.g. the election of a pope, the consecration
of a bishop, the canonization of a saint, the profession of a religious,
the publication of a treaty of peace, a royal coronation, etc.) -- usually
after Mass or Divine Office, or as a separate religious ceremony.

The Te Deum is also called the "Ambrosian Hymn" and its authorship
has been attributed by various writers to St. Ambrose, St. Augustine, St. Hilarius,
St. Abundius, St. Sisebutus, and St. Nicetus. An 8th century legend attributes
it to both St. Ambrose and St. Augustine: they, according to the story, both
sang it spontaneously on the night the latter was baptized (A.D. 387).

St. Sylvester, Abbot - Missa 'Os Iusti' - November 26th, 2009


St. Sylvester, Abbot
Missa 'Os Iusti'
White
3rd Class

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Collect

Comm: St. Peter of Alexander, Bishop and Martyr
Missa 'Statuit'

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Thursday of the Thirty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. Catherine of Alexandria


Afternoon - St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin & Martyr - November 25th, 2009

Christmas Week Schedule 2009 - Saint Alphonsus Church, Baltimore, MD

Christmas Week Schedule 2009 - Saint Alphonsus Church, Baltimore, MD

*Confessions, Monday, December 21st to Thursday, December 24th
11 AM until Noon each day

Thursday, December 24th, Christmas Eve
11:30 PM - Christmas Carols
Midnight - Christmas Midnight High Mass (Traditional Latin Mass)

Friday, December 25th, Christmas Day
11:30 AM - Traditional Latin Mass

Saturday, December 26th
5:00 PM - Mass in Candlelight in the Extraordinary Form
Candlelight Tour from 6 PM to 8 PM
Wassail and Cookies Free

Friday, January 1st, 2010, Octave Day of the Nativity of Our Lord, 1st Class
11:30 AM - Traditional Latin Mass


Morning - St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin & Martyr - November 25th, 2009

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin & Martyr - Missa 'Loquebar' - November 25th, 2009



St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin & Martyr
Missa 'Loquebar'
Red
3rd Class

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Collect

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Wednesday of the Thirty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. Columban

Evening - St. John of the Cross, Confessor & Doctor - November 24th, 2009

Early Afternoon - St. John of the Cross, Confessor & Doctor - November 24th, 2009

Monday, November 23, 2009

Catholic Review Online: City Council passes bill focused on pro-life pregnancy centers

George Matysek, Jr. reports that the Baltimore City Council passed a controversial bill focused on Pro-Life Pregnancy centers operating within Baltimore City. The bill could well prove to be a template for legislation in other locales. Archbishop Edwin F. O'Brien had made his views known regarding this unprecedented move:

What do these pregnancy resource centers do that could possibly explain such unwarranted scrutiny by our City Council? Among the free help they offer are pregnancy tests, sonograms, maternity and baby clothes, confidential counseling and parenting classes. Assisting these centers in their good work are the people of the Gabriel Network, which supplements the invaluable life-affirming resources provided by pregnancy resource centers by connecting women in need with “angel friends.” These volunteers stay with women in crisis throughout their pregnancies and beyond, helping them find housing, taking them to prenatal appointments, assisting them in obtaining scholarships to finish school and helping them find the resources they need for themselves and their children. In fact, I have heard stories of “angel friends” still in contact and friendship with their former clients 10 years later. These pregnancy resource centers and angel friends do the work of the Good Samaritan, the work necessary to building a culture of life, and the work required of us to accompany our commitment as a pro-life Church.

Sadly, the discriminatory bill targeting these pro-life pregnancy centers – which was sent to the full Council on a 3-1 Committee vote – may threaten these centers’ ability to provide the competent, compassionate and free care they so lovingly provide. Not surprisingly to those who have encountered the Christ-like love shared with clients at these centers, not a single real client who had visited a pregnancy center in Baltimore City testified at the hearing last week in favor of the bill, though there was a pregnancy center client who testified against it.

The Baltimore Sun had a detailed report earlier today.


St. John of the Cross, Confessor & Doctor - Missa 'In Medio Ecclesiae' - November 24th, 2009



St. John of the Cross, Confessor & Doctor
Missa 'In Medio Ecclesiae'
White
3rd Class

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Collect

Comm: St. Chrysogonus, Martyr
Missa 'In Virtute'

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Memorial of Saint Andrew Dung-Lac, Priest and Martyr, and His Companions, Martyrs
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. Andrew Dung-Lac and Companions

Evening - St. Clement I, Pope and Martyr - November 23rd, 2009

Sunday, November 22, 2009

St. Clement I, Pope and Martyr - Missa 'Dicit Dominus' - November 23rd, 2009



St. Clement, Pope and Martyr
Missa 'Dicit Dominus'
Red
3rd Class

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Comm: St. Felicitas, Martyr
Missa 'Me Exspectaverunt'

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Monday of the Thirty-Fourth Week in Ordinary Time
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: Blessed Miguel Agustín Pro

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Sources: Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal, 1945
The Ordinary of the Mass is not from the Missal of Pope John XXIII, 1962 which is the Missal Approved by Summorum Pontificum of Pope Benedict XVI

To my knowledge, this is the ONLY site available which provides the daily Latin/English Propers for each day. I discovered it linked to an online newsletter posted by the F.S.S.P. in Oklahoma.

The author of this blog, Deo volente, totally disavows the "sedevantist sentiments" of the views of this website which posts these Propers of the TLM. He provides these Propers solely as a service to those in need of them online and uses other sources when possible.

Ubi Petrus, Ibi Ecclesia, Ibi Deus

Evening - Last Sunday After Pentecost - November 22nd, 2009

Morning - Last Sunday After Pentecost - November 22nd, 2009

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Last Sunday After Pentecost - Missa 'Dicit Dominus' - November 22nd, 2009



Last Sunday After Pentecost
(Listed as the Twenty-Fourth Sunday After Pentecost by the F.S.S.P.)
Missa 'Dicit Dominus'
2nd Class
Green

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Downloadable Latin Mass Propers, Una Voce, Orange County (Click Here)

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The Solemnity of Christ the King
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: St. Cecilia


Evening - The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - November 21st, 2009

WDTPRS >> The Manhattan Declaration

Fr. John Zuhlsdorf has posted a link to the Manhattan Declaration which appeared in First Things: On the Square. Please read both the post by Father Z. and the story on First Things (if you can access the server). The Manhattan Declaration webpage is here. One can download the PDF file from this location. There is also a link to sign the Declaration.


Morning - The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - November 21st, 2009

Friday, November 20, 2009

The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Missa 'Salve Sancta Parens' - November 21st, 2009




The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Missa 'Salve Sancta Parens'
3rd Class
White

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Collect

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Memorial of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here)

Saint of the Day: Feast of the Presentation of Mary



Evening - St. Felix of Valois, Confessor - November 20th, 2009

Christmas Week Schedule 2009 - St. James & St. Peter's - WV

This is a total revision to the former post; it was made on December 19th, 14:25

Traditional Latin Mass Schedule

CANONS REGULAR OF THE NEW JERUSALEM
LITURGICAL SCHEDULE (PRINCIPAL SERVICES)

DECEMBER 21, 2009 THROUGH JANUARY 9, 2010

12.21.09 Mon MASS: 11 AM at old St. James
12.22.09 Tue MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
12.23.09 Wed MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
12.24.09 Thu MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
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12.24.09 Christmas
Eve MIDNIGHT MASS: at St. Peters Church
12 MIDNIGHT in Harper's Ferry
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12.25.09 Christmas MASS: 8 AM at new St. James
Day
VESPERS & BENEDICTION: 5 PM at old St. James
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12.26.09 Sat MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
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12.27.09 SUN MASS: 9:30 AM at new St. James
VESPERS & BENEDICTION: 5 PM at old St. James
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12.28.09 Mon MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
12.29.09 Tue MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
12.30.09 Wed MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
12.31.09 Thu MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
New Years Eve EXPOSITION: 9 PM – 12:30 AM (BENEDICTION: 12:20 AM) at old St. James
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1.01.10 New Years MASS: 12 Noon at new St. James
Day VESPERS & BENEDICTION: 5 PM at old St. James
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1.02.10 Sat MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
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1.03.10 SUN MASS: 9:30 AM at new St. James
VESPERS & BENEDICTION: 5 PM at old St. James
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1.04.10 Mon MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
1.05.10 Tue MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
1.06.10 Wed MASS: 10 AM at old St. James

1.07.10 Thu MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
HOLY HOUR: 7 PM – 9:00 PM
(BENEDICTION: 8:45 PM) at old St. James

1.08.10 Fri MASS: 10 AM at old St. James
1.09.10 Sat MASS: 6 AM at old St. James

In addition to the foregoing Mass schedule, the Divine Office will be celebrated at the following times each day in the old Saint James Church:

Matins: 6:00 AM
Lauds & Angelus 7:30 AM
Prime & Lectio 8:45 AM
Terce 9:40 AM
Sext & Angelus 12:00 Noon
None 1:00 PM
Vespers & Angelus 5:00 PM
Compline 8:30 PM

PLEASE NOTE:

On days in which a conflict arises due to Mass being celebrated at Harpers Ferry or the new Saint James Church the schedule for the Divine Office at the old Saint James Church will be adjusted accordingly.