5 May – MADISON: Ascension Thursday – Pontifical Mass at the Throne

On Ascension Thursday, 5 May, at 7 PM, His Excellency Most Rev. Robert C. Morlino (aka The Extraordinary Ordinary) will celebrate Holy Mass in the traditional Roman Rite “at the Throne” at St. Mary’s Church in Pine Bluff, WI. All are welcome.

The music:

Antiphon at the Entrance of the Bishop: Sacerdos et Pontifex, mode I
Ordinary of the Mass:
KSBA: Missa Simplex a 3, Aristotle A. Esguerra (sung by the students and friends of the Holy Family Homeschoolers)
Gloria: I
Credo III
Proper: Gregorian of the day (sung by the Knights of Divine Mercy Schola)
Antiphon after the Last Gospel: Regina Caeli, simple tone
Hymn at the Recession: “Come, Holy Ghost”

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4 Responses to 5 May – MADISON: Ascension Thursday – Pontifical Mass at the Throne

  1. Nan says:

    Finally! I understand what Cinco de Mayo celebrates!

  2. Giuseppe says:

    Well, it is a holiday among Latin-Americans!

    [But it is a holy-day for other reasons.]

  3. Orlando says:

    This evening Father Reid of St.Anne’s Catholics Church in Charlotte celebrated a Solemn High Mass and for this glorious feast St. Anne’s featured the music of the Carolina Catholic Chorale and Orchestra who sung Antonio Caldara’s Mass in A. This rare treat of Caldara’s music is not in print and it was said that this was the first time it was sung in centuries. The music was re-created by Carolina Catholic Chorale and it was awe inspiring . It’s inconceivable to me how anyone who claims to be Catholic would prefer N.O to TLM?

  4. Tony Phillips says:

    I’ve never been to Wisconsin and see no reason to start now. [Aren’t you just the charmer?]
    Fortunately, Fr F celebrated a sung mass on Ascension Thursday in Margate, after which I repaired to the London Tavern, an establishment I’ve been anxious to try since he plugged it on his blog. And having been there now, I second his plug.