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Corpus Christi Tridentine High Mass at 11 am with Eucharistic Procession

Details:
Jun. 7, 11:00 am  -  External Solemnity of Corpus Christi, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Trahe Me Post Te, Tomás, Luis de Victoria, (c. 1548 –1611)
Lauda Sion, Hendrik Andreissen (1892 – 1981)
Panis Angelicus, Pierre Villette (1926 – 1998)
Ego Sum Panis Vivus, Pierre Manchicourt (c. 1510 – 1564)

The 11 am and 12:30 pm Masses are combined today. The 11 am Mass will be celebrated according to the 1962 Missale Romanum (Extraordinary Form). We are planning to have an outdoor Eucharistic procession after the 11 am Mass. There will not be a 12:30 pm Mass.

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
May. 24, 12:30 pm  -  Solemnity of Pentecost, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Veni Creator, Guiseppe Bernabai (1649 – 1732)
Non Vos Relinquam, William Byrd (1540 – 1623)
Factus Est Repente, James MacMillan (b. 1959)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
May. 24, 11:00 am  -  Pentecost
Missa Veni Creator, Guiseppe Bernabai (1649 – 1732)
Non Vos Relinquam, William Byrd (1540 – 1623)
Factus Est Repente, James MacMillan (b. 1959)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
May. 17, 12:30 pm  -  External Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Rex Gloriae, Alonso Lobo (1555 – 1617)
Caelos Ascendit, Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 – 1924)
Ascendens Christum in Altum, Francisco Guerrero (1528 – 1599)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11:00 am Mass

Details:
May. 17, 11:00 am  -  Ascension of Our Lord, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Rex Gloriae, Alonso Lobo (1555 – 1617)
Caelos Ascendit, Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 – 1924)
Ascendens Christum in Altum, Francisco Guerrero (1528 – 1599)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
May. 3, 11:00 am  -  5th Sunday of Easter, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Brevis, Grayston Ives (b. 1948)
Regina Coeli, Tomás, Luis de Victoria, (c. 1548 –1611)
Dum Transisset Sabbatum, Christia Erbach (c. 1568 – 1636)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Apr. 12, 12:30 pm  -  “Quasimodo” Sunday, Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)

Missa Aeterna Christi Munera, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 – 1594)
Angelus Domini, Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)
Alleluia, Cognoverunt Discipuli, William Byrd (1540 – 1623)

10pm Easter Vigil, St. Cecilia Choir

Details:
Apr. 4, 10:00 pm  -  Solemnity of the Resurrection of Our Lord, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)
Missa Ego Sum Qui Sum, Phillipe Rogier (1561 – 1596)
Tulerunt Dominum Meum, Giovanni Battista della Gostena (c. 1558 – 1593)
Ego Sum Qui Sum, Nicholas Gombert (1495 – 1560)

Attending this Mass fulfills the obligation for Easter Sunday.

There is no 8:30 am Mass or 5 pm Mass on Holy Saturday, April 19

3pm Good Friday Service, St. Cecilia Choir

Details:
Apr. 3, 3:00 pm  -  Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday
2:30 pm Confessions begin and continue through the Liturgy.

St. John Passion, Francisco Guerrero (1528 – 1599)
Vinea Mea Electa, François Poulenc (1899 – 1963)
Improperia, Tomás, Luis de Victoria (c. 1548 –1611)
Crux Fidelis, John IV of Portugal (1604 – 1656)
Vexilla Regis, Anton Bruckner (1824 – 1896)

After the 3 pm Good Friday Liturgy we pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet & Novena.

Additional Confessions will be heard after the 3 pm Good Friday Liturgy.

7 pm Mass, St. Cecilia Choir, Holy Thursday

Details:
Apr. 2, 7:00 pm  -  Holy (“Maundy”) Thursday, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)
Nos Autem Gloriari , Grayston Ives (b. 1948)
Missa Ecce Quam Bonum, Jacobus Clemens non Papa (c. 1510 – c. 1555)
Ubi Caritas, Richard Kidd (b. 1952)
Domine Jesu in Qua Nocte, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 – 1594)
Tantum Ergo, Flor Peeters (1903 – 1986)

Tenebrae for Spy Wednesday, 7:30 pm, St. Cecilia Choir

Details:
Apr. 1, 7:30 pm
Spy Wednesday of Holy Week

Responsoria, Tomás Luis de Victoria, (c. 1548 – 1611)
Benedictus, Jacob Handl (1550 – 1591)
Christus Factus Est, Anton Bruckner (1824 – 1896)
Miserere Mei, Gregorio Allegri (1582 – 1652)


There is no 7:30 pm Mass tonight.

St. Cecilia Choir sings for Palm Sunday Mass at 9:30 am

Details:
Mar. 29, 9:30 am
The 9am and 11am Masses are combined on Palm Sunday. Mass begins at 9:30 am.

Palm Sunday, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form) - 9:30 am

Ingrediente Domino, George Malcolm (1917 – 1997)
St. Mark Passion, Francisco Guerrero (1528 – 1599)
Missa In Media Vita, Nicholas Gombert (1495 – 1560)
Improperium, Russell Woollen (1923 – 1994)
Timor et Tremor, Roland Lassus (1532 – 1594)

Note: The early Mass on Palm Sunday starts at 7:00 am (30 minutes earlier than on most Sundays of the year), but the Tridentine Latin High Mass begins, as usual, at 12:30 pm on Palm Sunday.

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Mar. 15, 12:30 pm  -  4th Sunday in Lent (“Laetare”), Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Messe in D, Joseph von Eybler (1765 – 1846)
Scapilis Suis, Robert Kruetz (1922 – 1996)
Crux Fidelis, Jean Jules Amabile Roger-Ducasse (1873 – 1954)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Mar. 15, 11:00 am  -  4th Sunday in Lent (“Laetare”), Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Messe in D, Joseph von Eybler (1765 – 1846)
Scapilis Suis, Robert Kruetz (1922 – 1996)
Crux Fidelis, Jean Jules Amabile Roger-Ducasse (1873 – 1954)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Feb. 8, 11:00 am  -  5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Audi Filia, Claude Goudimel (c.1514 – 1572)
Gustate et Videte, Heinrich Isaac (1450 – 1517)
Ave Verum, Svein Moller (1958 – 1999)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Jan. 18, 11:00 am  -  2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Super Adieu Me Amours, Adam Reiner (fl. 1541)
Jesu Dulcis Memoria, Colin Mawby (b. 1936)
Hoc Corpus, Melchior Robledo (1510 – 1586)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Jan. 4, 11:00 am  -  Epiphany, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Krippenmesse – Joseph Kronesteiner (1910 –1988)
Reges Tharsis, Joseph Leopold Eybler (1765 – 1846)
Videntes Stellam, Emanuele Vianelli (b. 1968)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Dec. 14, 12:30 pm  -  3rd Sunday in Advent (“Gaudete”), Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)
Missa in D, Johann Albrechstberger (1736 – 1809)
Qui Sedes – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)
Benedixisti – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Dec. 14, 11:00 am  -  3rd Sunday in Advent (“Gaudete”), Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa in D, Johann Albrechstberger (1736 – 1809)
Qui Sedes – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)
Benedixisti – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols 2014

Details:
Dec. 13, 7:00 pm
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Hymn: Once in Royal David’s City, Traditional Carol
Hymn: Hark! the herald angels sing, Traditional Carol
And many other faith-filled Christmas carols

Wir Christenleut, versions by Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Hermann Schein, and Michael Praetorius
Three Kings, Healey Willan
The Shepherd's Carol, Bob Chilcott
Touro-louro-lour! Nicolas Saboly, Arr. Shaw/Parker
Ne Timeas Maria, Tomás Luis de Victoria
Resonent in Laudibus, Orlando di Lassus
Wir glauben all' an einen Gott, Johann Walther
O Sacrum Convivium, Andrea Gabrieli
Tantum Ergo, Alexander Tikhonovich Gretchaninov

Tempest Winds is a Chicago based chamber group comprised of some of the city’s finest freelance musicians. The group enjoys diverse programming ranging from Classical to contemporary, and is dedicated to a broad audience. The Ensemble primarily explores repertoire written for woodwind trio, but also branches out into other artistic combinations. Committed to outreach, Tempest Winds performs in the community as well as in the concert hall. For more info, become a fan of Tempest Winds on Facebook!

An active freelancer, teacher, chamber musician, and soloist, Julianne Skones has recently been appointed as Second Oboe of the Dubuque Symphony and Peoria Symphony. While studying with the Chicago Civic Orchestra, Julianne worked with conductors Riccardo Muti and Jaap van Zweden. Originally from Portland, Oregon, Ms. Skones is also a member of the Fulcrum Point new music ensemble in Chicago and has performed on WFMT radio. Julianne is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.

Clarinetist Heather Thon is an active performer and educator in the Chicago area. She received her B.M. from the University of Michigan, M.M. from the Manhattan School of Music and was a member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra. Heather went on to freelance in New York City where she regularly performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher and Alice Tully Halls. In addition to being a sought after performer, Heather is deeply committed to music education and outreach and hopes to bring music to as many people as possible.

Hanna Sterba received a B.M. from the Cleveland Institute of Music and held the position of Second Bassoon with the Canton Symphony Orchestra for four seasons, and Wheeling Symphony for two seasons. Additionally, she has enjoyed a varied career as a freelance musician, having played with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Michigan Opera Theatre, UBS Verbier Festival, Cayman Arts Festival, and the Bellingham Festival of Music, among others. With a passion for teaching, Hanna holds the position of Instructor of Applied Bassoon at Loyola University Chicago and is a weekly coach with the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras.

St. Cecilia Choir sings 7:30 pm Mass - Immaculate Conception

Details:
Dec. 8, 7:30 pm  -  Immaculate Conception, Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)

Missa Ne Timeas Maria, Giovanni Gastoldi (1554 – 1609)
Trahe Me Post Te, Tomás Luis de Victoria, (c. 1548 –1611)
Tota Pulchra Est Maria, Pablo Casals (1876 – 1973)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Dec. 7, 12:30 pm  -  2nd Sunday in Advent, Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)

Missa Super Dixit Maria, Hans Leo Hassler (1564 – 1612)
Ex Sion – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)
Deus Tu Convertens – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Dec. 7, 11:00 am  -  2nd Sunday in Advent, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Super Dixit Maria, Hans Leo Hassler (1564 – 1612)
Ex Sion – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)
Deus Tu Convertens – Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839 – 1901)

Cantate Domino Choir sings for 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Nov. 30, 12:30 pm  -  1st Sunday of Advent
Mass in E Flat Major, Opus 155, Josef Gabriel Rheinberger
Ave Maria, Op. 12, Johannes Brahms
Veni Domine, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Nov. 23, 11:00 am  -  Solemnity of Christ the King, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Festiva, Alexander Gretchaninoff (1864 – 1956)
Postula á Me, Russell Woollen (1923 – 1994)
Ecce Vicit Leo, Peter Phillips (1550 – 1628)

Organist David Troiano in Recital

Details:
Nov. 15, 1:00 pm


This concert was originally scheduled for June 14, 2014. Due to major roadwork in our area it is now rescheduled for November 15, 2014.

NOVEMBER 15 - SATURDAY


12:00 pm Latin High Mass at noon
01:00 pm Lunch in Cafe San Giovanni (Church hall)
01:30 pm Concert in Church on the Casavant Op 1130 Organ



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Concert Repertoire:

O Lux Beata Trinitas, Flor Peeters 1903-1986
Mass for the Parishes, Francois Couperin 1688-1773
Fugue on O FILII, Jean Langlais 1907-1991

David Troiano has been praised for the beauty of his voice, attention to musical detail, and his strong characterizations. His Lyric Tenor has been heard in a substantial amount of stage roles in both Opera and Operetta, and even several Zarzuelas, along with numerous Orchestral Concerts.

Mr. Troiano received a Master's Degree in Voice Performance from Wayne State University, and has taught Voice in several Detroit-area colleges and universities as an Adjunct Instructor. 2010 performances include several Art Song Recitals, Tenor Soloist in The Messiah, Tenor Soloist with the St. John Boy's and Men's Choir of Warsaw, Poland during their American Tour in August, and in Recital at the Marcella Sembrich l'v1useum in Bolton Landing, NY.

As a Concert Organist, he has appeared throughout the United States as well as concerts in Canada, Italy, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Norway, and in some of the great Basilicas of Mexico including LA BASILICA in Mexico City. With particular focus on the organ music of the Spanish Baroque and the Spanish-Speaking World, he has given lectures and recitals at AGO Regional Meetings, Symposiums of Spanish and Latin American Music at home and abroad, and has published an article on this subject with the AGO Magazine (May '09).

Mozart Requiem - 7:30 pm Mass

Details:
Nov. 3, 7:30 pm  -  Commemoration of All Souls, Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)
Requiem, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)
Beati Mortui, Felix Mendelssohn-Barthody (1809 – 1847)
Ave Verum Corpus, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)

When celebrating Mass according to the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, when All Souls Day (November 2) falls on a Sunday (as it does in 2014), then All Souls Day is transferred to Monday, November 3.

Cantate Domino Choir sings for 7:30 pm Mass (Anticipated Mass of All Saints)

Latin High Mass, Extraordinary Form

Details:
Oct. 31, 7:30 pm  -  Solemnity of All Saints, Anticipated Mass
Messe brève, Leo Delibes
Duo Seraphim, Richard Dering
Gaudent in Caelis, Richard Dering
Justorum animae, William Byrd

St. Cecilia Choir sings 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Oct. 26, 12:30 pm  -  Solemnity of Christ the King, Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)

Missa Prima Sexti Toni, Giovanni Croce (1557 – 1609)
Venite Exsultamus, Jan Pieterzoon Sweelinck (1562 – 1621)
Omnes Gentes Plaudite, Christopher Tye (1505 – 1572)

“A Sacred Offering” - Daniel Scheutz in Concert

Music of Bach, Handel, Schuetz, Vivaldi, Humperdinck, Siegfried Ochs, and others

Details:
Oct. 11, 6:30 pm
“What a great sense of style . . . and incredible control of the voice. But the most impressive thing was that [he] still sound[s] like a man, not a man imitating a woman which is key . . . It's
very impressive what [he does]. Bravo!”

~Gregory Kunde, Metropolitan Opera, La Scala

“His excellent musicianship and interpretative specificity combine with a strong vocal endowment and robust stage presence to generate performances that are presently bringing him to the attention of colleagues who specialize in the performance of Baroque repertoire. His career prospects as an interpreter of this literature lie at the high end.”

~George Shirley, Metropolitan Opera


Daniel Schuetz

Daniel Schuetz, countertenor, holds graduate degrees from Michigan State University and the University of Illinois, where he studied the lieder of Schubert with John Wustman. In addition to his Illinois State University employment, Dr. Schuetz taught in the Illinois and Michigan public schools, the University of Michigan—Flint , and Heidelberg University. Dr. Schuetz also taught voice at the Interlochen Arts Camp.

His stage work includes roles with The University of Akron Opera at the E. J. Thomas Center, roles with Brevard Music Center, Prairie Fire Theater Company, Peoria Civic Opera, Illinois Opera
Theatre, Springfield Opera Theatre and Opera Mid-Michigan. Recent engagements include a shared recital with cellist, Julie Albers, for Toledo Symphony’s Artists Up Close! Series; a Parisian Soiree concert in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and an Urbana, Illinois, Summer Nights recital with Emmy-award winning pianist, Eric Dalheim and Emmy-award winning cellist, Barbara Hedlund; the title role in Giulio Cesare in Egitto, with the Bel Canto Northwest in Portland, Oregon, and the role of Tolomeo in Giulio Cesare in Egitto with Ball State University Opera. In 2009, Dr. Schuetz performed a Detroit guest-artist recital with Shawn McDonald, piano, (Marygrove College); Bach's B-minor Mass with the Illinois State University Symphony Orchestra and Choir; a guest-artist chamber recital at Illinois Wesleyan University; and a chamber recital for the Fairmount Music Series in Cleveland; an Illinois Shakespeare Festival & Illinois State University's outdoor Summer Concert Series with Angelo Favis, guitar, and soprano, Michelle Vought; and the role of Tolomeo in Giulio Cesare in Egitto with the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey.

Recent engagements include an Opera Theatre Pittsburgh recital at the Carnegie Museum of Art; a Bloomington, Illinois, chamber recital for the St. John's Music Series, Carol Cherukian, Music Director;
chamber recitals with the Detroit Chamber Winds; an Immanuel Bible Foundation Music Series guestartist recital in Normal, Illinois, with Nancy Pounds, piano. Most recent performances include recitals on the 2010 Ann Arbor Art Song Festival, Kevin Bylsma, Artistic Director; a chamber recital with principal players from the New Jersey Baroque Orchestra, and the role of Ottone in Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea ; a September ISU Faculty Showcase Recital with Dr. Paul Borg, an October chamber recital at Illinois State University; tenor soloist in The Golden Symphony Series of Orff’s Carmina Burana, Dr. Glenn Block, conductor, and a December 2010, Cleveland Korner Arts Music Series chamber recital with James Clouser, Music Director. On April 28th-30th and May 1st, 2011, Dr. Schuetz will sing the role of Edimione in Cavalli’s La Calisto with Illinois Opera Theatre, Eduardo Diazmunoz, Artistic Director.

Upcoming engagements include appearances on the Ann Arbor Festival of Song, Kevin Bylsma, piano, and the role of Olofernes in Scarlotti’s La Giudita with Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey.

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Joan Schuetz, Soprano

Joan Schuetz, soprano, studied in Munich, Germany, under a Bavarian State scholarship. Her teachers there were Gerhard Hüsch and Hanno Blaschke. She received a Master's Degree and took further study with William Miller at the University of Illinois. She taught at Illinois State University for many years, along with teaching many private vocal students. Some of her more diverse roles have included Rosabella in "Most Happy Fellow," Rosalinda in "Die Fledermaus," Carrie Pipperidge in "Carousel," Kate in "Kiss Me Kate," and Golde in "Fiddler on the Roof." She's enjoying continuing her concertizing with her son, Daniel, as it keeps her voice in good condition in spite of being a grandmother to two college students.

Susan Klotzbach, Organ

University Organist, Instructor of Organ, Music Director of Opera
B.M., University of Iowa; M.M., Eastman School of Music; D.M.A., Eastman School of Music

Susan Klotzbach is the University Organist, Instructor of Organ, Opera Music Director, and a staff accompanist at Illinois Wesleyan University. She is also the organist at St. John’s Lutheran Church of Bloomington, Il.

Before moving to Bloomington, Susan served as the organ faculty member at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI, Stetson University in DeLand, FL, Carthage College in Kenosha, IL and Houghton College in Houghton, NY. She was instrumental in developing organ programs and continuing-studies programs for area church musicians.

She received her Master and Doctorate of Organ degree from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. Her Bachelor of Music degree is from the University of Iowa. Her primary organ instructors were Russell Saunders and Delbert Disselhorst. She received the Performer's Certificate and Ann Anway scholarship while at Eastman. She was active in performance competitions, having won the Spivey Internation Festival competition and being a finalist in the American Guild of Organists National Competition and the Calgary International Organ Festival.

Fatima Rosary Procession

Tridentine Mass followed by A Rosary Procession with Our Lady of Fatima

Details:
Oct. 8, 7:30 pm


On the second Wednesday of the month from May to October, members of the Canons Regular, the Rosary Crusade, and parishioners participate in a Rosary procession in honor of Our Lady of Fatima. The procession, begins after the usual Wednesday 7:30pm Mass and usually ends with chanted Compline (Night Prayer). All parishioners and visitors are welcome to attend.

Men are needed to carry the statue of Our Lady of Fatima in procession. Please see Br. Mark for details.

Learn more about the story of Our Lady of Fatima here »

Thursday Night Adoration

Silent Eucharistic Adoration from 9pm - Midnight

Details:
Oct. 2, 9:00 pm


On the First Thursday of the month we conduct Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the main Church from 9:00 pm until Midnight. This is a time of silence in the presence of Our Eucharistic King. All are invited to come at any time attend and spend any amount of time with Our Eucharistic King.

Ensemble Cor et Vox with the Faculty of the Likos String Academy

Details:
Sep. 28, 12:30 pm
Mass in G, Franz Schubert
O Salutaris, Edward Elgar
Ave Maria, Edward Elgar

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Solemnity of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Details:
Sep. 14, 11:00 am

Missa Crux Fidelis, Sebastián de Vivanco (1551 – 1622)
Crucem Tuam Adoramus, Pawel Lukaszewski (b. 1968)
Nos Autem Gloriari, Alfred Desenclos (1912 – 1971)

Fatima Rosary Procession

Tridentine Mass followed by A Rosary Procession with Our Lady of Fatima

Details:
Sep. 10, 7:30 pm


On the second Wednesday of the month from May to October, members of the Canons Regular, the Rosary Crusade, and parishioners participate in a Rosary procession in honor of Our Lady of Fatima. The procession, begins after the usual Wednesday 7:30pm Mass and usually ends with chanted Compline (Night Prayer). All parishioners and visitors are welcome to attend.

Men are needed to carry the statue of Our Lady of Fatima in procession. Please see Br. Mark for details.

Learn more about the story of Our Lady of Fatima here »

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass

Details:
Sep. 7, 11:00 am  -  23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)

Missa Il me suffit, Roland Lassus (1532 – 1594)
Cantate Domino, Heinrich Schütz (1585 – 1672)
Ave Verum, Camille Saint-Saens (1835 – 1921)

OPERA - Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor”

Main Street Opera Company with The Nuvole Ensemble

Details:
Sep. 6, 6:00 pm  -  Italian Opera with English Subtitles


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Thursday Night Adoration

Silent Eucharistic Adoration from 9pm - Midnight

Details:
Sep. 4, 9:00 pm


On the First Thursday of the month we conduct Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the main Church from 9:00 pm until Midnight. This is a time of silence in the presence of Our Eucharistic King. All are invited to come at any time attend and spend any amount of time with Our Eucharistic King.

St. Cecilia Choir sings 7:30 pm Mass - Assumption

Details:
Aug. 15, 7:30 pm  -  Assumption, Latin High Mass (Extradinary Form)

Missa Vidi Speciosam, Tomás Luis de Victoria, (c. 1548 –1611)
Assumpta est Maria, Peter Phillips (1550 – 1628)
Magnificat, Flor Peeters (1903 – 1986)

Fatima Rosary Procession

Tridentine Mass followed by A Rosary Procession with Our Lady of Fatima

Details:
Aug. 13, 7:30 pm


On the second Wednesday of the month from May to October, members of the Canons Regular, the Rosary Crusade, and parishioners participate in a Rosary procession in honor of Our Lady of Fatima. The procession, begins after the usual Wednesday 7:30pm Mass and usually ends with chanted Compline (Night Prayer). All parishioners and visitors are welcome to attend.

Men are needed to carry the statue of Our Lady of Fatima in procession. Please see Br. Mark for details.

Learn more about the story of Our Lady of Fatima here »

Cantate Domino Choir sings for 12:30 pm Mass

Details:
Aug. 10, 12:30 pm
Missa sub titulo Sancti Leopoldi, Michael Haydn
Sub tuum, KV 198, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Church Sonata in D, K 245, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Thursday Night Adoration

Silent Eucharistic Adoration from 9pm - Midnight

Details:
Aug. 7, 9:30 pm


On the First Thursday of the month we conduct Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the main Church from 9:00 pm until Midnight. This is a time of silence in the presence of Our Eucharistic King. All are invited to come at any time attend and spend any amount of time with Our Eucharistic King.

St. Cecilia Choir sings 11 am Mass with Bishop Morlino

Most Rev. Robert C. Morlino, Bishop of the Diocese of Madison, Celebrant

Details:
Aug. 3, 11:00 am  -  18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)
Mass for 5 Voices, William Byrd (1540 – 1623)
Repleatur os meum, Jaquet de Mantua (1483 – 1559)
Beati Omnes, Cristóbal de Morales (1500 – 1553)

Our celebrant will be the Most Rev. Robert C. Morlino, Bishop of the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin.

Robert Morlino was born December 31, 1946, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. An only child, his father, Charles, died while he was in high school, his mother, Albertina, in 1980. He was raised in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, graduating from the Jesuit-run Scranton Preparatory High School. He entered seminary for the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus, and was ordained to the priesthood for that Jesuit Province on June 1, 1974.

His education includes a bachelor's degree in Philosophy from Fordham University, a master's degree in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, the Master of Divinity Degree from the Weston School of Theology in Cambridge, Mass., and a doctorate in Moral Theology from the Gregorian University in Rome, with specialization in fundamental moral theology and bioethics.

Father Morlino taught Philosophy at Loyola College in Baltimore, St. Joseph University in Philadelphia, Boston College, the University of Notre Dame and St. Mary's College, in Indiana. He also served as an instructor in continuing education for priests, religious and laity and as director of parish renewal programs.

In 1981, Father Morlino became a priest of the Diocese of Kalamazoo and served there as Vicar for Spiritual Development, Executive Assistant and Theological Consultant to the Bishop, as Moderator of the Curia, and as the Promoter of Justice in the Diocesan Tribunal. He served as administrator of a number of parishes, and as rector of St. Augustine Cathedral in Kalamazoo.

Father Morlino was scheduled to begin a full-time faculty appointment as professor of theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit when, on July 6, 1999, Pope John Paul II appointed him the Ninth Bishop of Helena. Bishop Morlino was appointed the Fourth Bishop of Madison on May 23, 2003 and installed on August 1, 2003.

Bishop Morlino has served as chairman of two committees within the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) - the Bishops’ Committee on the Diaconate, and the Ad Hoc Committee on Health Care Issues and the Church. He has also served on the USCCB Bishops’ and Presidents’ Committee, which seeks to encourage the Catholic identity of institutions of higher education.

Since 2005, Bishop Morlino has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of The National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC) which conducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences. Until 2009, he also served as Chairman of the Board of Visitors for the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC). This board is a federal advisory committee created by congress to maintain independent review, observation and recommendation regarding operations of the institute. For his service to the United States of America and his promotion of human rights education, the bishop was honored by the Department of the Army in 2009. In 2006, the national Alliance for Marriage joined with the Congress of Racial Equality to present Bishop Morlino with their Lifetime Achievement Award, for his promotion of the fundamental rights of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion. In 2008, for his work in defense of the dignity of the human person, Bishop Morlino was awarded Human Life International’s Cardinal von Galen Award, named after the famous German bishop who worked actively against the Nazis. That same year, he also received the St. Edmund’s Medal of Honor, awarded to Catholics who have used their God-given talents in promoting the common good.