IN PARADISUM CHANT PDF

Unfortunately, I kept forgetting what it was. Hours passed, then it would reappear, only to disappear before I could write it down. So hoping to spark the proper synapse, I tossed that word around for awhile. Because of its unfamiliarity and persistence , I carefully considered its significance. Generally, the return to a former, better state, where more is received than has been lost, and the final product greater than the original.

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Unfortunately, I kept forgetting what it was. Hours passed, then it would reappear, only to disappear before I could write it down. So hoping to spark the proper synapse, I tossed that word around for awhile. Because of its unfamiliarity and persistence , I carefully considered its significance. Generally, the return to a former, better state, where more is received than has been lost, and the final product greater than the original.

Sister Christina became a sister in and had a lifelong love of beauty, poetry and art. Here is one of her poems, inspired by the Pascal Easter candle. O Christ the springtime of my heart, You did not wait my turn to light, You overruled My wintered days that they might receive your untimed spring. The early Paschal fire Has burned My way to joy.

Her full obituary is online at the Cape Cod Times. Today is the Funeral for one of our older sisters, Sister Christina. Mode 6 has a narrow range, reciting on LA with a home tone of FA. As we can see and hear in the opening Kyrie , the melody passes seamlessly between these structure pitches. The opening motive is often described as a sigh or lament.

I have distinct memories of the morning, some forty-six years ago, when my father died. Every facet of that life-changing day is carved in heart and memory, and I expect always will be. Our family gathered in the waiting area outside intensive care, anxiously awaiting word.

When viewed through the prism of hope, life is a shifting pattern of beautiful colors and images. Big picture Hope. It moves silently ahead, checking dark corners and clearing a path. You can lose your way, lose perspective, lose your wallet — lose any number of things — but my advice? Never lose Hope. Those of us who have passed through several decades seem to have one unanswered question that circles through the years.

I tried to answer the question in school with a confusing course on Aesthetics. That what disgusts me is just as likely to be called great art. And that art takes all forms—the visual arts, music, poetry, dance, theater, as well as the culinary arts, the art of smells—incense or perfume, and many more, such as flower arranging, architecture, and so on. As a monastic at The Community of Jesus, I am surrounded by many forms of art; most recently, the art of making yogurt! Paul Mellon.

Public Domain. In , these churches were dedicated on the 13th and 14th of September by all the bishops with great solemnity. By the end of the 7th century, this feast appeared in Rome as well. The hymns for both Lauds and Vespers are the ones used during Holy Week. Therefore God has highly exalted him, and given him the name which is above every name.

Despite its complexity, one can find these anchor pitches easily, especially in the body of the piece, which begins and ends on FA. The versicle, which opens the 2nd part of the chant, also begins on FA, but notice that the clef has been moved down to the 2nd line! Listen and follow along, as it transports us back to Holy Week and the Triduum. Genesis and several of the Psalms remind us that God created our animal friends and gave us dominion responsibility over for them.

This carries a serious understanding to care for them as God cares for us. In Matthew, Jesus speaks of how God has lovingly and carefully planned in the creation of the world for each of his creatures to be fed.

How much more does he carefully supply our needs in all things. We so often forget, believing ourselves to be our own providers and producers. Like many of you have experienced, my animal friends have taught me so many things about Jesus and God our Father: loyalty, steadfastness, sensitivity, joy, trust, availability, never changing love, patience, longsuffering, and dependence are but a few.

With a full heart, I thank God for his provision for me through the animals he has put in my care. Michael and All Angels. By Sr. This is much the same as God works with us. In several Psalms of deliverance, the writer unabashedly admits his own shortcomings and ensuing results. He calls on God, who sorts through the debris with great precision to build and restore, not just equal to, but better than. He drew me up from the desolate pit, out of the miry bog, and set my feet upon a rock, making my steps secure.

He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God. Many will see and fear, and put their trust in the Lord. Psalm Come, labor on. Claim the high calling angels cannot share.

These beautiful words, written by English lyricist Jane Bothwick, perfectly describe the pilgrimage of a soul. I can say, in the best sense of the idiom, I lead a double life. Running simultaneously with the practical is my individual, inward spiritual journey. There I search through the everyday and ordinary for what Jesus called the pearl of great price. The longer I journey, the more perspective changes.

What seemed so important just a few steps ago, has lost significance. The pearl is less elusive and just there, within my reach.

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In paradisum

It is sung by the choir as the body is being taken out of the church. In the Masses for the dead, this antiphon is sung in procession on the way from the final blessing of the corpse in church to the graveyard where burial takes place. The Gregorian melody for In paradisum is in the Mixolydian mode. The special nature of this mode — with its lowered seventh degree, which makes it different from the modern major mode — is heard twice in this melody at cadences on the words Chorus Angelorum and quondam paupere. The melodic highpoint in this setting comes on the name of Lazarus , the poor beggar in Luke's Gospel.

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If square notes are an obstacle, modern notation versions are readily available. The universality of time and culture shine forth in this Introit text and music. This Requiem prayer has been prayed for the dead since at least the 3rd Century! The recording includes a varied psalm tone as well as the sung Kyrie, often replaced at a funeral by the entrance rites. Many view Gregorian chant as too difficult for the average parish. The Funeral chants are a perfect place to begin learning.

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