Carissimi: Sunday’s Mass; Quinquagesima

Quinquagesima Sunday Missa “Esto mihi in Deum protectórem” Quinquagesima is the name used in the Western Church for the Sunday before Ash Wednesday. It was also called Quinquagesima Sunday, Quinquagesimae, Estomihi, or Shrove Sunday. The name Quinquagesima originates from Latin quinquagesimus (fiftieth), referring to the fifty days before Easter Day using inclusive counting which counts…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Feria II of Advent IV

Feria of the Fourth Sunday of Advent: Missa “Rorate, coeli,” Whereas the Church during the whole year offers her prayers to God the Father in union with Jesus Christ, during Advent she addresses herself directly to the Word, and not to the Word Incarnate, as is shown by today’s Collect. Only on the Second Sunday does…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Clement, Martyr

St Clement, Pope & Martyr: Missa “Dicit Dominus” Pope Saint Clement I, who was styled by St. Paul in his letter to the Philippians (iv, 3) as his fellow laborer,” succeeded St. Cletus as Pope in the year 90. He is named third in the Canon of the Mass, after the apostles. There is no serious…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Our Holy Redeemer

Our Holy Redeemer: Missa “Gaudens, gaudebo” The feast is found only in the special calendar of some dioceses and religious orders, and is celebrated with proper Mass and Office either on the third Sunday of July or on 23 October. In Venice this feast has been observed for more than three centuries with great solemnity. Moroni…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Pope S. Linus, Martyr

Pope Saint Linus, Martyr; Commemoration of Saint Thecla, Virgin & Martyr:  Missa “Statuit ei Dominus” Pope Saint Linus, the immediate successor of St. Peter, ruled the Church for about twelve years. In the year 79 he suffered martyrdom, and was buried alongside the Prince of Apostles. His name is in the Canon of the Mass. The virgin Saint…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St. Philip Benizi, Confessor

Feast of St. Philip Benizi, Confessor; commemoration of the Vigil of St Bartholomew, Apostle: Missa “Justus ut palma florebit“ St. Philip Benizi was born in Florence on the feast of the Assumption in 1233. He was one of the first to profess the religious life as a Servite, and became general of the Order. With his…

VI Pentecost 2019 Bulletin

“And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” Acts 2:42 Kalendar DAY DATE OFFICE Notes SUN 21.07 VI Sunday Post Pentecost St Praxedis. 07:30 Morning Prayers Chapel 08:30 Mass & Homily StADM p.809/1330 Chapel 10:30 Holy Communion & Hymns Worthing MON 22.07 St Mary Magdalene…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Apollinaris, Bishop & Martyr

St Apollinaris, Bishop & Martyr; Commemoration St Liborious, Bishop & Confessor: Missa “Sacerdótes Dei“ St. Apollinaris was the disciple of St. Peter, who preached the Gospel at Ravenna. He was one of the first great martyrs of the church. He was made Bishop of Ravenna by the Apostle himself. The miracles he wrought there soon…

Corpus Christi 2019 Bulletin

“And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” Acts 2:42 Kalendar DAY DATE OFFICE Notes SUN 23.06 SUNDAY in oct. CORPUS CHRISTI . 07:30 Morning Prayers Chapel 08:30 Mass & homily StADM p.777 Chapel 10:30 Holy Communion Worthing MON 24.06 NATIVITY OF ST JOHN THE…

Carissimi; Sunday’s Mass: Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

Sunday II Post Pentecost within the Octave of Corpus Christi; [Vigil of the Nativity of St John the Baptist]: Missa “Factus est“ Wherever the solemn celebration of Corpus Christi is observed on the Sunday, one high Mass is celebrated as on the feast itself, with commemoration and last Gospel of the second Sunday. After this…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; S. Gregory VII of Rome, Confessor

St Gregory VII of Rome, Confessor: Missa “Sacerdotes tui“ The 10th century and the first half of the 11th were dark days for the Church, partly because the papacy was the pawn of various Roman families. In 1049, things began to change when Pope Leo IX, a reformer, was elected. He brought a young monk…