KNOXVILLE LATIN MASS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER

 

MASS THIS SUNDAY (June 20, 2021)

4th Sunday after Pentecost

12 noon, Holy Ghost Church, Knoxville

     Sprinkling Rite:  Asperges me

Proper Prayers and Readings – online here, leaflet here

     (Angelus 726, Baronius 774, Campion 328)

     Order of Mass:   Angelus 838, Baronius 900, Campion 569 

Ordinary:  Kyrie, Gloria, Credo III, Sanctus, Agnus Dei   (Mass XI)

Preface of the Holy Trinity (Angelus 875, Baronius 884, Campion 598)
Closing Marian Anthem:  Salve Regina – from Trinity Sunday until Advent

     (online here, Angelus 116, Baronius 121, Campion 961)

 

8 am, St. Mary Church, Athens

11:30 am, Basilica of Sts. Peter & Paul, Chattanooga

2 pm, St. Mary Church, Johnson City

 

MASS NEXT SUNDAY (June 27, 2021)

5th Sunday after Pentecost

8 am, St. Mary Church, Athens

11:30 am, Basilica of Sts. Peter & Paul, Chattanooga

12 noon, Holy Ghost Church, Knoxville

2 pm, St. Mary Church, Johnson City

 

 

PROPER ORATIONS FOR THE 4TH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

 

(Angelus 726, Baronius 774, Campion 328)

 

Collect

Da nobis, quǽsumus, Dómine: ut et mundi cursus pacífice nobis tuo órdine dirigátur; et Ecclésia tua tranquílla devotióne lætétur.

Grant, we beseech thee, O Lord, that the world may be governed for us in peace by thy providence, and that thy Church may rejoice in tranquil service.

 

Secret

Oblatiónibus nostris, quǽsumus, Dómine, placáre suscéptis: et ad te nostras étiam rebélles compélle propítius voluntátes.

Receive our offerings, we beseech thee, O Lord, and be appeased thereby : and mercifully draw even our rebellious wills to yield to thee.

 

Postcommunion

Mystéria nos, Dómine, quǽsumus, sumpta puríficent: et suo múnere tueántur.

May the sacrament we have received, O Lord, we pray thee, purify us and by its gift of grace defend us.

 

Notice how spare and concise are these “ordinary Sunday” propers, in comparison with the more expansive propers of the recent solemnities of Corpus Christi and the Sacred Heart.

 

 

On the Calendar of saints — June 24:

THE NATIVITY OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST

 

Amen I say to you, there hath not risen among them that are born of women

a greater than John the Baptist (Matthew 11:11)

 

And so John the Baptist’s is one of the only three birthdays celebrated by feasts designated on the Church calendar:  The Nativity of Our Lord (December 25), The Nativity of John the Baptist (June 24—this coming Thursday), and The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (September 8).

 

The monks of Monastère Saint-Benoît at Vespers with Robert Cardinal Sarah in September 2019.

 

The Vespers hymn Ut queant laxis (here) for the Nativity of John the Baptist is famous in musical history as the (8th century) original source of the familiar musical scale

 

                               ut (do)—re—mi—fa—sol—la—si

 

(with do replacing ut in modern usage).  The first stanza is

 

Ut queant laxis
resonare fibris
Mira gestorum
famuli tuorum,
Solve polluti
labii reatum,
Sancte Iohannes.

So that your servants may,

with loosened voices,

 

Resound the wonders

of your deeds,

 

Clean the guilt

from our stained lips,

 

O Saint John.

 

 

 

 

Traditional FSSP Ordinations 2021 Photopost (Gallery HERE)

 

“Thou art a priest forever, according to the order of Melchizedek.”

 

Bishop Joseph Perry (aux. Chicago) and the five ordinands

 

 

New priests receive two distinct powers during the traditional ordination Mass. A rite before communion confers the power to celebrate Mass and offer propitiatory sacrifice. At this point their new chasubles are “folded”—pinned up as shown above—and are unpinned only after a separate rite following communion confers the power to absolve sins.

 

 

DEVOTIONS FOR THE YEAR OF SAINT JOSEPH

 

Prayer to St. Joseph

Litany of St. Joseph

Votive Mass of St. Joseph

 

Indulgences for these devotions are specified here. The propers of the votive Mass of St. Joseph are especially beautiful and suitable for daily prayer during this special year.

 

Votive Collect of St. Joseph

 

Deus, qui ineffábili providéntia beátum Joseph sanctíssimæ Genetrícis tuæ sponsum elígere dignátus es: præsta, quǽsumus; ut, quem protectórem venerámur in terris, intercessórem habére mereámur in cœlis.

O GOD, who in Thine unspeakable providence didst vouchsafe to choose blessed Joseph for Thy most holy Mother’s spouse: grant, we beseech Thee, that we who revere him as our protector upon earth, may become worthy to have him for our intercessor in heaven.

 

An excellent book to read during this Year of St. Joseph:

 

Click image for details.

 

 

SUMMER CHANT CAMP FOR CHILDREN AT HOLY GHOST – RESCHEDULED

Please note this change: The chant camp for children 5 an up has been rescheduled for July 23-26 at Holy Ghost Church (Knoxville). Mary Weaver has a great introduction to sacred music planned for the young ones in our community! We will meet from 9:30 to 12 noon each day. Cost is $5 per family up to 2 children and $10 per family for 3 children or more. Fees will cover cost of supplies. Please email Misty Weber at mistyweberrn@gmail.com to sign up if you haven't already or if you have any questions.

 

 

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