Chants for the Deacon (performed by Fr. John Broheimer and Dr. Marie Rubis-Bauer of St. Cecilia's Cathedral, Omaha, NE for the purpose of training Deacons in Chant)

Kyrie - Form A

Kyrie - Tropes

Gospel Introduction

Gospel Closing

Dismissal, Ordinary Form

Exultet - New Roman Missal (Dcn. Bill O'Donnell)

The four documents below are in PDF format

Good Friday Petitions

Exultet Text and Music from Third Roman Missal

Installation of Acolyte and Reader

Pange Lingua (MP3)

Latin.png Latin text

Pange lingua gloriosi
corporis mysterium
sanguinisque pretiosi,
quem in mundi pretium
fructus ventris generosi
Rex effudit Gentium.
Nobis datus, nobis natus
ex intacta virgine
et in mundo conversatus,
sparso verbi semine,
sui moras incolatus
miro clausit ordine.
In supremae nocte cenae
recumbens cum fratribus
observata lege plene
cibis in legalibus,
cibum turbae duodenae
se dat suis manibus.
Verbum caro, panem verum
verbo carnem efficit:
fitque sanguis Christi merum,
et si sensus deficit,
ad firmandum cor sincerum
sola fides sufficit.
Tantum ergo sacramentum
veneremur cernui,
et antiquum documentum
novo cedat ritui;
praestet fides supplementum
sensuum defectui.
Genitori Genitoque
laus et iubilatio,
salus, honor, virtus quoque
sit et benedictio;
procedenti ab utroque
compar sit laudatio.

English.png English translation

Sing, my tongue,
The mystery of the glorious body,
And of the precious Blood
That for the world’s salvation
The fruit of a noble womb,
The king of the nations, shed.
Given to us, born to us,
From an unblemished virgin,
And having lived in the world,
Scattering the seed of the Word,
The time of his habitation
Miraculously He closed in due order.
In the night of His last supper,
Resting with His brothers,
The law being fully observed
With permitted foods,
To the group of twelve
He gave Himself as food with his own hands.
The Word in flesh true bread
By a word makes His flesh,
And also makes true wine the Blood of Christ,
And if sense is lacking,
To confirm a true heart
Faith alone suffices.
Therefore so great a Sacrament
Let us fall down and worship,
And let the old law
Give way to a new rite,
And let faith stand forward
To make good the defects of sense.
To the Father and the Son
Be praise and joy,
Health, honour and virtue
And blessing,
And to him proceeding from both
Be equal praise. Amen

Suggested Liturgical Websites and Chant Sites. Many of these sites will help us with the New Roman Missal

National Pastoral Musicians recordings and curricula for instructing small groups

ICEL list of recordings

The Chant Cafe

tutorial videos

Musica Sacra (the Church Music Association of America) recordings

FDLC resources