June 25, 2017

London Latin Mass Apostolate

Holy Angels Parish

502 Talbot Road, St Thomas, Ontario

Weekly Sunday Mass at 1:30 PM

Fr. John Johnson

Fr. Tom Ferrera – Fr. David Johnston

London Latin Mass Apostolate Committee

londonlatinmass@gmail.com

londonlatinmass.wordpress.com

Questions or comments may be directed to Jacqui Connolly (secretary, 519-284-4848)

or Philip Prins (chairman, 519-461-0832).


June 25, 2017

Third Sunday after Pentecost

Proper of the Mass: 324

Processional Hymn: Cor, arca legem continens – see other side

Sung Mass: Mass XI Orbis factor – 740

Credo I: 768

Marian Antiphon: Salve Regina – 961

Recessional Hymn: Auctor beate saeculi – see other side

(Hymns and chants in St. Edmund Campion Missal & Hymnal unless otherwise noted)

Last Week’s Offering: $695.90

This Week’s Intention: Daniel Dunn+ and Birlinski family

[Next week’s intention: Doug and Loretta Monsma]


Coffee Sunday

Please join us after Mass in the church basement for coffee and refreshments.

Altar Boys

The London Latin Mass Apostolate is in need of altar servers. If any men or boys above the age of seven wish to serve the Mass, please come to the sacristy after Sunday Mass and speak with Father John. Training sessions can be arranged.

Donation Envelopes

New regular members of the London Latin Mass Apostolate are always welcome! If you should like to have regular contribution envelopes (so your contributions are recorded, and you receive an income tax receipt), please contact someone from the Committee (see below).

PROCESSIONAL

Cor, arca legem continens

Jesus, behind thy temple’s veil,
Hid in an ark of gold,
On stones engraven, lay the law
thy finger wrote of old.

But in thy body’s temple new,
thy life-blood’s throbbing shrine,
Held, upon fleshly tables graved,
The law of love divine.

And when that heart in death was stilled,
Each temple’s veil was riven:
And lo, within thy love’s red shrine,
To us to look was given.

There make us gaze and see the love
Which drew thee, for our sake,
O great high-priest, thyself to God
A sacrifice to make.

Thou, Saviour, cause that every soul
Which thou hast loved so well,
May will within thine open heart
In life and death to dwell.

Grant it, O Father, only Son,
And Spirit, God of grace,
To whom all worship shall be done,
In every time and place.

RECESSIONAL

Auctor beate saeculi

Christ, the world’s Creator bright,
Who didst mankind from sin redeem,
Light from the Father’s glorious light,
True God of God, in bliss supreme.

Thy love compelled thee to assume
A mortal body, man to save;
Reversing the old Adam’s doom;
Our ransom the new Adam gave.

That love which gloriously framed all
The earth, the stars, and wondrous sea
Took pity on our parents’ fall,
Broke all our bonds and set us free.

O Saviour, let thy potent love
Flow ever from thy bounteous heart;
To nations that pure fount above
The grace of pardon will impart.

His heart for this was opened wide,
And wounded by the soldier’s spear,
That freely from his sacred side
Might flow the streams our souls to clear.

Glory to Father and to Son,
And to the Holy Ghost the same,
To whom all power, when time is done,
And endless rule, in endless fame.


Please pray for the ongoing work and activities of the

London Latin Mass Apostolate!

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London Latin Mass Apostolate Committee

There is a Committee in place to help the associate priests organise the many aspects of the London Latin Mass Community:

Jacqui Connolly, Virginia Miller, Ron Timmers, Brian Anderson, Michael Paul, & Philip Prins

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