On the Solemnity of Pentecost, Sunday, May 19, for the first time ever we will add a second Mass to our weekend schedule, which will be on Sunday evenings at 7 p.m. ... a kind of “last chance Mass” for those who have yet to fulfill their Sunday obligation, and of course for anyone else who wants to attend. As a Low Mass there will less musicthan on Sunday mornings, though there will still be hymns and a Mass setting led by cantor and organ. While keeping our Sunday morning traditions intact, this additional Mass time will also allow us to learn the Ordinary of the Mass (Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, & Agnus Dei) in Latin to Healey Willan’s St. Theresa Mass, which we will introduce gradually, mastering one movement for a month or so before introducing the next. If you have non-Catholic (or lapsed Catholic) family and friends who might be a bit overwhelmed by our Sunday morning experience, but whom you would still like to expose to the beauty of the Anglican Use, this Mass may provide a great opportunity for evangelization!
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