Thursday, 13 April 2006

Triduum-Holy Thursday

Evening Mass of the Supper of the LORD
  • Prelude: Jesu Dulcis Memoria
  • Introit: Nos autem gloriari: Gregorian Let our glory be in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ; in him we have salvation, the life and resurrection; through him we are rescued and set free. Ps. May God have mercy on us and bless us; may he cause his face to shine upon us and may he have mercy upon us. Glory be to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will be for ever, even unto the ages of ages. Amen.
  • Processional: Praise to the Holiest in the Height
  • Kyrie: Mass in Three Voices William Byrd
  • Gloria: Missa de Angelis (Mass VIII)
  • Reading I: It is the LORD’s Passover Exodus 12:1-8, 11-4.
  • Psalm: Our blessing cup is a communion with the blood of Christ. Psalm 116:12-13,15-18. D.A. Domet
  • Reading II: For as often as you eat this bread and drink this
    cup you proclaim the death of the LORD,
    until He comes
    . I Corinthians: 11:23-26.
  • Acclamation: Praise to You, LORD, King of Eternal Glory Kyrie Missa IX
  • Gospel Verse: I give you a new commandment; Love one another as I have loved you. Tonus Peregrinus
  • Gospel: I have given you an example that you should do likewise John 13:1-15
  • Homily

    Washing of the Feet
  • Antiphon: “Mandatum novum do vobis, ut diligatis in vicem, sicut dilexi vos,” dicit Dominus. Gregorian “I give you a new commandment:
    love one another as I have loved you”, says the Lord.

    Antiphons for the Washing of the Feet D.A. Domet
  • Offertory: Ubi Caritas
    Where there is true charity, God is there
    The love of Christ has gathered us in to one,
    Let us rejoice and be glad in Him.
    And love each other with sincerity of heart
    Let us fear and love the living God.
    Therefore, when we are together,
    Let us take heed not to be divided in mind.
    Let there be an end to bitterness and quarrels, an end to strife
    And in our midst be Christ, our God.
    And, in company with the blessed,
    May we see your face in glory, Christ our God;
    Pure and unbounded joy
    For ever and ever. Amen.
  • Sanctus: Mass XVIII
  • Memorial: When we eat this bread and drink this cup, we proclaim your death Lord Jesus,
    until you come in glory.
  • The LORD’s Prayer
  • Agnus Dei: Mass XVIII

The Holy Eucharist

  • Antiphon: Hoc Corpus Gregorian
    This is my body which is given for you; this is the cup of the new covenant of my blood”, says the Lord. Each time that you partake thereof do it in memory of me”.
    Anthem: Ave Verum Corpus Chant
    Hail, true body born of Mary the Virgin, Who truly suffered sacrifice on the cross for us; From whose pierced side blood s streamed and flowed, be for us a foretaste of the test of death.
    O sweet, O loving Jesus, Son of Mary, have mercy upon us. Amen
    Hymns: Lord, Who at Your First Eucharist
    Christians, Let Us Love One Another

    Procession to the Altar or Repose

    Hymn: Sing My Tongue (verse 1-4) Pange Lingua

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