Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Dominican Rite Missae Cantatae at Carmel of the Holy Family in March

Chapel of the Carmel, Bishop Barbar Celebrant (New Rite Roman)
This is to let our readers, especially those in the Bay Area, know about the four Sung Dominican Rite Masses that will be offered at the Carmel of the Holy Family in Canyon CA in March. The Carmel near Oakland CA.* These Masses will take place:

Friday, March 7, 7:45 a.m., St. Thomas Aquinas

Sunday, March 15, 9:30 a.m., Second Sunday of Lent

Sunday, March 23, 10:00 a.m., Third Sunday in Lent

Friday, March 25, 7:45 a.m., Annunciation

The chant for these Masses will be sung be sung by the nuns, and the celebrants and servers will be friars of the Western Dominican ProvinceFr. Reginald Martin, O.P., prior of St. Albert the Great Priory, the Western Dominican House of Studies in Oakland CA, will be the guest preacher for the Solemnity of St. Thomas Aquinas.

The Dominican Rite Low Mass is also celebrated at the Carmel, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7:45 a.m. See also all Dominican Rite Masses in the Bay Area, Spring 2014 and Regularly Scheduled Dominican Rite Masss worldwide.

*How to find Canyon Carmel, which has no street number: from Canyon U.S. Post Office (99 Pinehurst Road), go north about one half mile to “John McCosker Ranch Road” on right (easy to miss); take this mostly gravel private road up to the right turn onto “Old Home Ranch Road,” which is signed for “Carmel.” It ends in the parking lot of the monastery.


3 comments:

Alan Aversa said...

Do you happen to know where I could find the scores for the three Dominican rite hymns Exsultet mentis jubilo, Thomas insignis genere, and Lauda, mater Ecclesia, mentioned in these pages of Dom Guéranger's The Liturgical Year?

thanks, and happy feast day

Dominican Tertiary said...

If you go to left hand sidebar below, and click on "Antiphonarium (1933-Gillet) you can find two (2) of them under the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas, which starts on page 721.

Fr. Augustine Thompson, O.P. said...

And you can download the first volume of the Jandel Antiphonal (on our left side-bar) and find Thomas insignis genere on p. 580.