Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ — what’s on the line-up?
  • CatholicZ09
    Posts: 118
    Here’s what’s on the agenda for this weekend. I get to cantor a cappella at our Saturday evening Mass.

    Processional: At the Lamb’s High Feast
    Gloria: C. Andrews
    Psalm: R&A
    Alleluia: Jubilation Mass (J. Chepponis)
    Offertory: O Sacrament Most Holy
    Holy, Mystery, Amen, Lamb of God: Jubilation Mass (J. Chepponis)
    Communion: The Supper of the Lord & Eat This Bread
    Recessional: God’s Blessing Sends Us Forth

    Since it will be a cappella, the Gloria and Eucharistic Mass parts will probably be recited instead of sung. I’ll also probably do a simple Alleluia—maybe Vulpius’ three-fold.

    It looks like Andrews’ Gloria will be used for the first part of summer. I love that one, and it’s actually relatively new to my parish, only started being used back in 2016. Fr. Chepponis’ Mass setting is pretty nice, too.
  • btodorovich87
    Posts: 68
    St. Vincent de Paul, Elkhart, IN (OF)

    Prelude: Adoro te (Gerald Near)
    Introit: Lumen Christi Simple Gradual
    Kyrie XVI
    Gloria: Mass of St Philip Neri
    Psalm: Lumen Christi Missal
    Alleluia: Jubilation Mass, Chepponis
    Offertory: Lalemant Peppers
    Hymn: I am the Bread of Life, Toolan
    Euch Accs: Mass of St Philip Neri
    Communion: LCSG
    Recessional: UNDE ET MEMORIES
    Postlude: from Calvert Shenk's "Mastoso" collection
    Thanked by 1ServiamScores
  • MarkB
    Posts: 670
    Leaning a bit more toward sacred music than I usually program at my fairly typical NO parish, so it will be interesting to see how this will be received. It will also be the choir's first time singing the Mozart piece or anything like it from classical repertoire.

    Entrance: vernacular antiphon and verses from Fr. Sam Weber's The Proper of the Mass, setting ii
    Glory to God: Heritage Mass
    Psalm: R&A
    Alleluia: Mass of Spirit and Grace
    Offertory: Ave Verum Corpus (Mozart)
    Eucharistic Acclamations: mix of Heritage Mass and ICEL chant Mass
    Communion 1: vernacular antiphon and verses from The Proper of the Mass, setting ii
    Communion 2: Pange Lingua Gloriosi, verses 1 & 4
    Communion 3: Bread of Angels (Curtis Stephan)
    Recessional: Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
  • Gustavo Zayas
    Posts: 71
    At the English Mass:
    Processional: O Sacrament Most Holy
    Introit: He fed them (Bartlett)
    Kyrie XVI
    Gloria: C.T. Andrews
    Psalm 116: Chabanel (Ostrowski)
    Sequence: Ecce panis (m/w alternating chant)
    Alleluia: Mode VI
    Offertory: Gift of finest wheat
    Sanctus, Acclamation, Amen: Community Mass (Proulx)
    Lamb of God: D. Isele
    Communion: He who eats (Bartlett)
    Communion meditation: Tantum ergo (J. Nieland)
    Recessional: Jesus Christ, bread of life

    At the Spanish Mass:
    Processional: Te conocimos
    Introit: He fed them (Gorbitz)
    Kyrie: Aragues
    Gloria: Palazón
    Psalm 116: (mine)
    Sequence: Ecce panis (m/w alternating chant)
    Alleluia: Mode VI
    Offertory: Alabado sea el Santísimo
    Sanctus, Acclamation, Amen: Misa Melodica (Mejía)
    Lamb of God: Aragues
    Communion: He who eats (Gorbitz)
    Communion meditation: Ave verum corpus (Perosi)
    Recessional: Te den gracias
  • ServiamScores
    Posts: 920
    St. John the Evangelist in Goshen, IN

    Entrance Hymn: "In Thy True Presence Here" (original eucharistic text paired with FESTAL SONG, attached)
    Entrance Antiphon: Fr. Weber 1749
    Ordinary: Mass in honor of Our Lady, Star of the Sea by Michæl Olbash
    my own (
    Sequence (truncated version starting at "Ecce Panis")
    Alleluia: adaptation of the traditional gregorian alleluia for CC, converted into a triple alleluia (
    Offertory & Communion Antiphons: Bartlett Simple english
    Communion Hymn: Anima Christi by Marco Frisina with the refrain put in the worship aid for the congregation
    Recessional Hymn (4:30p and 7:30a): "Now, my tongue, the myst'ry telling" V. 1, 4 & 6 #199 from Hymnal 1940

    At the 11am we will segue directly into a eucharistic procession which will include the chanting of Adoro Te Devote as well as my own "Cor Jesu Sacratissimum, In Te Speravi" (
  • trentonjconn
    Posts: 191
    There will be an EF Missa Cantata at the disused Church of the Purification in Sharon, GA tomorrow (probably just me, the priest, and a server) for which I'll be singing a capella (and alone). Enjoying a private EF by a diocesan cleric before they become outlawed again...
    - Mass VIII
    - Full Propers
    - Adoro Te at Communion

    This Sunday for my OF DoM job w/ small schola...
    Ordinary: Mass VIII
    Credo: III, Englished
    Prelude: Adoro Te, R. Clark (organ)
    Introit: Cibavit Eos, Graduale Parvum
    Psalm: Chabanel Psalm
    Alleluia: Mode VI
    Offertory: Angelorum Esca, GS
    Communion: Ego Sum Panis Vivus, GS
    Communion Hymn: Adoro Te
    Various standard Eucharistic hymns at the procession (just going around the church this year)
    Postlude on "Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All"
    Thanked by 1tomjaw
  • m_r_taylor
    Posts: 225
    Propers: Palmer-Burgess/Anglican Use

    Entrance Hymn: My God Thy Table Now is Spread
    Kyrie: Missa Portae Honoris (Charles Wood)
    Gloria: Anglican Folk Mass (Martin Shaw)
    Psalm: Anglican chant
    Offertory: O Food to Pilgrim's Given
    Sequence: Lauda Sion Salvatorem
    Credo: Anglican Folk Mass (Martin Shaw)
    Sanctus: Missa Portae Honoris
    Agnus Dei: Missa Portae Honoris
    Communion: "O Taste and See" (Vaughan Williams)
    Communion: "Expectans Expectavi" (Charles Wood)
    Eucharistic Procession: "O Jesus Christ Remember", "Pange Lingua", "Tantum Ergo" (two different melodies)
    End of Procession: "Adoremus in Aeternum" (Allegri)
    Thanked by 1tomjaw
  • PhilipPowellPhilipPowell
    Posts: 20
    Entrance: Jesus Priest and Victim and Gregorian Introit
    Offertory: Gregorian Antiphon and O Jesus We Adore Thee
    Communion: Gregorian Communion Chant, O Sacrum Convivium (Tallis), Tantum Ergo (Vierne), Jesus My Lord My God My All
    Recessional: O God Beyond All Praising
    Postlude: Festival Postlude in C Major - Paul Fey
    Mass Parts: Roman Missal English Chants (w/ Credo III)
  • davido
    Posts: 503
    Parochial masses
    Prelude: Prelude on the Adoro te - Boellmann
    E: Alleluia, Sing to Jesus
    Frances Cabrini mass
    Psalmody mode VIII after Westminster Cathedral
    Celtic Alleluia with chanted verse
    O: Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
    C: Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All
    C: Humbly I adore thee
    C: Panis angelicus - Franck (tenor/baritone duet)
    Postlude: Lauda Sion - Dupré

    Mass of Thanksgiving (newly ordained son of the parish)
    Prelude: Prelude on the Adoro te - Boellmann
    E: At that first eucharist
    Incensation: Cibavit eos (women's choir)
    Frances Cabrini mass
    Psalmody mode VIII after Westminster Cathedral
    Mode VI alleluia
    O: Portas caeli (cantor)
    O: Tu es sacerdos - Desmet (men's choir)
    C: Qui manducat (men's choir)
    C: Soul of My Savior (DOBICI)
    C: Ave verum corpus - Byrd
    Postlude: Widor
  • Davido,

    How can I get a copy of the Prelude on the Adoro Te?
  • Caleferink
    Posts: 358
    St. Mary's, Tampa

    Prelude: Schmücke dich (Brahms)
    Entrance: Cibavit eos (Simple English Propers) + Alleluia, Sing to Jesus
    Psalm 116: Batastini/Gelineau
    Sequence: Lauda Sion (chant)
    Offertory: Panis angelicus (Franck)
    Communion: Qui manducat (Simple English Propers) + Eat This Bread (Taizé)
    Recessional: Now Thank We All Our God
    Mass Ordinary: Mass of Redemption (Janco)
  • SalieriSalieri
    Posts: 2,791
    Prelude Introit: "He fed them", setting i. -- Weber Propers
    Introit Hymn: "He fed them" (DUKE STREET) -- K. Pluth
    Kyrie: Mass for Three Voyces -- Wm. Byrd
    Gloria: Mass VIII -- harm. Novus Organi Harmonia
    Gradual: "The eyes of all" -- Arbogast Propers
    Sequence: "Ecce panis" -- chant, Graduale Simplex
    Alleluia: "My flesh is true food" -- Mode II Alleluia with jubilus, PBC2
    Offertory: "The Lord opened", setting ii. -- Weber
    Anthem: "O salutaris" from 'Missa de S. Anna' -- Pierre de la Rue
    Sanctus: Messe Royale, 1re. Ton -- du Mont
    Agnus Dei: ibid.
    Communion: "Whoever eats my flesh" -- setting ii. -- Weber
    Hymns TBD
    Exposition, Procession, Benediction
  • tomjaw
    Posts: 2,143
    We celebrated the Feast of Corpus Christi today 12.15pm Mass EF

    INT: Cibavit eos (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    KYR: Mass II
    GLO: Mass II
    GRD: Oculi omnium (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    ALL: Caro mea (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    SEQ: Lauda Sion (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    CRD: Credo I
    OFF: Sacerdos Domini (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    OFF. Motet: Hymn Sacris solemnis (Dominican melody)
    SAN: Mass II
    AGN: Mass II
    Com: Quotiescumque (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    Com Motet: Hymn Christus Noster (Compline Hymn, Roman melody)

    Procession around the church and Benediction: (all from the Liber)
    Homo Quidam (More complex melody found is some Libers)
    O Salutaris
    Pange Lingua
    Ave Verum
    O Quam suavis est
    Tantum ergo
    Adoremus in aeternum

    Salve Regina (solemn tone)

    We will have an outside procession on Saturday morning, We are still discussing the music, the choir that is practicing as I write want to sing Polyphony!

    On Sunday the our new children's choir is singing. Will post the music below...
    Thanked by 1ServiamScores
  • davido
    Posts: 503
    Adoro te is Numbers 8 and 9
  • smvanroodesmvanroode
    Posts: 844
    St Anthony's Cathedral, Breda, the Netherlands (live on national television):

    IN Cibavit eos (Graduale Novum)
    Kyrie XVIII A
    Gloria XV
    Psalmus responsoribus: Et benedicam nomini tuo (Graduale simplex)
    SQ Ecce panis (Graduale Romanum)
    AL Caro mea (Chants Abréges)
    Credo III
    OF Portas caeli (Graduale Novum)
    Sanctus X
    Mysterium fidei: Quotiescumque (Psallite Domino)
    Pater Noster
    Agnus Dei ad libitum II
    CO Qui manducat (Graduale Novum) + Ps. 118: 1, 2, 11, 49
    Processional: Sancti venite (
  • Davido,

    I didn't know his oeuvre was so varied and so numerous. Thank you for the education.
  • Jeffrey Quick
    Posts: 1,767
    External solemnity, Sunday June 6, 1 PM
    St. Sebastian, Akron OH (EF)
    Hymn: O food of men wayfaring (IN ALLEN MEINEN THATEN)
    Mass XI, Credo II
    Offertory: Panis Angelicus (Fr. Lambillotte)
    Communion: Pange Lingua pour des Religeuses pour le Port Royal (M. A. Charpentier)
    Psalm-toned Gradual and Alleluia, otherwise Gregorian Proper
    Me, one woman, and organ, it looks like. A bit of a comedown from last week.
    Thanked by 2tomjaw ServiamScores
  • CharlesSA
    Posts: 143
    I actually just directed a Corpus Christi Mass today (Traditional Latin Mass).

    Processional - O Jesus We Adore Thee
    Ordinary - Mass II
    Credo V
    Full Gregorian Propers

    Sacerdotes Domini by Byrd at Offertory after the chant
    ...followed by Solemn tone Salve Regina
    O Sacrum Convivium by Viadana after the Communion chant.

    Then there was a procession. We sang Pange Lingua, Adoro Te, and Verbum Supernum prodiens on the way to an outside altar. After Benediction at that altar, we processed back to the church singing Jesus My Lord My God My All. After another Tantrum Ergo/Benediction/Divine Praises, closed with the standard Holy God We Praise Thy Name.

    It was very good. All diocesan ministers; the celebrant was a newly-ordained priest (ordained May 29th) and this was his 3rd Solemn High TLM already this week!
  • tomjaw
    Posts: 2,143
    Today we had the Mass of Saturday within the octave of Corpus Christi 9.30 Mass EF Sadly we only had one Bass so could not do the Byrd Credo, O Sacrum Convivium, Pergolesi and the Salve Regina, Palestrina.

    INT: Cibavit eos (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    KYR: Byrd 3 Part
    GLO: Byrd 3 Part
    GRD: Oculi omnium (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    ALL: Caro mea (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    SEQ: Lauda Sion (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    CRD: Credo I
    OFF: Sacerdos Domini (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    OFF. Motet: Homo Quidam
    SAN: Byrd 3 Part
    AGN: Byrd 3 Part
    Com: Quotiescumque (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    Com Motet: Ave Verum Byrd

    Procession around the outside of the church and Benediction:
    O Sacrum Convivium
    O Salutaris, De la Rue
    Hymn: Jesu Notra redemptio
    Hymn: Aeterne Rex Altissime
    Hymn: Sacris Solemnis (Dominican melody)
    Hymn: Christus Noster (Compline Hymn, Roman melody)
    Hymn: Tantum ergo
    Adoremus in aeternum

    Salve Regina (solemn tone)

    External Solemnity tomorrow will see the children's choir sing!
    Thanked by 1CHGiffen