Sacred Music Track

Monday, September 18th

7.30pm Lecture: The Spirit and Power of the Liturgy (Dom Alcuin Reid)

Tuesday, September 19th

9.00am Rehearsal: Gregorian Chant (75 min.)
10:30am Rehearsal: Preparation for Vespers (75 min.)
12:00pm Mass
Propers: S. Januarius & Companions
Ordinary: Missa cum Jubilo (Duruflé)
Guest Choir: Schola Cantorum of St. Adelaide, Peabody, MA
1.00pm Lunch
2:00pm Rehearsal: Polyphony (75 min.)
3:30pm Rehearsal: Preparation for Vespers (75 min.)
5:00pm Vespers (Chant)
6:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Rehearsal: Polyphony (75 min.)

Wednesday, September 20th

9.30am Lecture: The Liturgical Formation of the Faithful in Parishes (Dom Alcuin Reid)
11.00am Rehearsal: Preparation for Mass
12.00pm Mass
Propers: Ember Wednesday
Ordinary: Missa Secunda (Hassler)
1.00pm Lunch
2:00pm Rehearsal: Polyphony (75 min.)
3:30pm Rehearsal: Preparation for Vespers (75 min.)
5:00pm Vespers (Chant)
6:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Lecture: Mutual Enrichment between the Forms of the Roman Rite (Fr. Thomas Kocik)

Thursday, September 21st

9.00am Rehearsal: Preparation for Mass (2 hours, with break)
11.15am Pontifical Mass (Bp. Joseph Perry, celebrant)
Propers: S. Matthew
Ordinary: Messe à deux chœurs et deux orgues, Op 36 (Widor)
1.00pm Lunch
2:00pm Rehearsal: Polyphony (75 min.)
3:30pm Rehearsal: Preparation for Vespers (75 min.)
5:00pm Vespers (Chant & Polyphony)
6:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Lecture: Elevating Parish Liturgy through Chant and Polyphony (Fr. Marco Testa)

Friday, September 22nd

9.30am Rehearsal: Preparation for Mass (2 hours, with break)
12.00pm Mass
Propers: Ember Friday
Ordinary: Missa Ecce Sacerdos (Guerrero)
Departure after Mass
Optional Activities for the Remainder of the Day:
1:00pm Lunch
2:30pm Sacred Music Panel Discussion (2 hours)
5:00pm Dinner
7.30pm Lecture: What is the Sacred Liturgy? How Do We Pray the Sacred Liturgy? (Dom Alcuin Reid)

Saturday, September 23rd

7.30pm The Sacred Liturgy and Apostolic Religious (Dom Alcuin Reid)

Evening Presentations:

Fr Thomas Kocik: Mutual Enrichment between the two forms of the Roman rite

Fr Neil J. Roy, STL, PhD: Self-formation in the Usus Antiquior

Fr Marco Testa: Elevating parish liturgy through chant and polyphony