Novus Ordo Mass With Gregorian Chant

23 Mar

St. Agnes R C Church in Midtown Manhattan on East 43rd Street, like St. Agnes in St. Paul, MN, is known far & wide for the Tridentine Latin Mass & for the use of Gregorian Chant during the Ordinary Form of The Mass. This is a clip of the Communion Antiphon being sung in Latin.
The Entrance, Communion & Offertory Antiphons were sung by Cantor in Latin, as well as the Sanctus & Agnus Dei. The Kyrie was sung in Greek.
This is what the Document in the Sacrosanctum Concillium said about the Roman Rite Liturgy, that Gregorian Chant should be given Pride Of Place in the Mass.
In this Historic Parish where Venerable Archbishop Fulton J Sheen preached his Good Friday Sermons & Originated some of his TV Shows on DuMont & ABC from, it is a Great Thing to hear Gregorian Chant sung in the Ordinary Form of Mass. There is No “Schutte” or “Haugen” Muzak here.

Deo Gratias!

M

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