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Carissimi; Sunday's Mass: Lent I

First Sunday of Lent: Missa “Invocabit Me”

Our Lord Jesus Christ, directly after His baptism, prepared Himself for His public life and mission by a fast of forty days in the desert, which extends from Jericho to the mountains of Judea. 2,048 more words

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Carissimi; Today's Mass: Ash Wednesday

ASH WEDNESDAY: Missa “Misereris omnium”

Ash Wednesday is from a liturgical point of view one of the most important days of the year. In the first place this day opens the liturgical season of Lent, which formerly began with the First Sunday and comprised only thirty-six days. 2,689 more words

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Carissimi: Today's Mass; Sunday within the Octave of the Nativity of Our Lord

Sunday within the Octave of the Nativity of Our Lord: Missa “Dum médium siléntium”

Due to the feast of the Circumcision of Our Lord falling this Sunday, this Mass is transferred to today. 1,540 more words

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Carissimi: Today's Mass; Third Mass [Day] of the Nativity of Our Lord

Third Mass of the Nativity of Our Lord: Missa “Puer natus”

This third Mass during the day on Christmas Day returns to the major Station at St. 1,576 more words

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Michaelmas Ember Friday

Michaelmas Ember Friday: Missa “Lætétur cor

Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday after the the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 14 September, 1 are known as “Michaelmas Embertide,” and they come near the beginning of Autumn (September, October, November). 1,225 more words

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Kyrie and Gloria Patri

Kyrie and Gloria Patri. For congregation and organ, with cantor or choir (opt. SATB). The choir may sing in parts or unison. In the Kyrie the choir or a solo voice may be cantor.  620 more words

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Day IV in the Octave of the Nativity of St John the Baptist

Day IV in the Octave of the Nativity of St John the Baptist: Missa “De ventre matris

The Precursor of Christ was filled with the Holy Ghost even from his mother’s womb. 1,626 more words

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