The end is even nigher!

Here’s the music for Sunday’s Sung Mass at Mulgoa:

The End Is Nigh!

End of the Liturgical Year!

All Souls or Requiem Mass

All Souls Day

All Saints


Compline from the Little Office of BVM

Deus, in adjutorium meum intendeMuch of our choir’s work is singing the music of the Mass, but there is a whole lot of liturgical music for the Divine Office too. After an evening’s choir practice, it’s good to finish with Compline. The Little Office is pretty easy to work out - even all sung in Latin.

21st Sunday after Pentecost

Going with the plan for a sung Mass on the third Sunday of the month, our next Sung Mass is on the 21st of October, the 21st Sunday after Pentecost.

Hymn Book Covers

[caption id=”attachment_671” align=”alignleft” width=”200”]Suggested Mass Book Cover Based on Missal of Eberhard von Greiffenklau, Priest performing Mass before Two Donors, Walters Manuscript W.174, fol. 153r[/caption] Over the last Christmas holidays I made about 40 copies of the Mass Book. They weren’t too bad for cheap go at making hard cover books. Now the pages are falling out here and there and people have suggested we have a working bee to fix them up. We could carefully glue the pages back in with PVA glue, but there may be a better way… getting a new edition printed in paperback!

Next bundle of Masses at Mulgoa

Wed 12th September: Holy Name of Mary (Introit Vultum tuum, like we did for St Mary of the Cross, Offertory Ave Maria, Communion: Beata Viscera which sounds very familiar. Mass 9. No Credo! (it’s only a 3rd class feast)

Immaculate Heart of Mary (22nd August)

Immaculate HeartThis Wednesday is the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, completing our hattrick of three Sung Masses on adjacent Wednesdays. All Mass 9, Credo 1.

12th Sunday after Pentecost revised

Fixed a typo in the introit: propers