Third Revision of the Roman MissalCelebrate and prepare for the arrival of the Revised English translation of the Roman Missal. Using these resources will help to make the transition to the new translation seamless.
Celebrate in Song with chants and three new musical settings of the Eucharist:
- ICEL Chants used throughout the English world;
- Three settings by Canadian composers Geoffrey Angeles, John Dawson and Michel Guimont.
- The Office of Worship of the Diocese of Antigonish has decided to use John Dawson's musical arrangements for at least the first year.
Celebrate in Song - John Dawson
MP3 1 - Glory to God Listen 2 - Holy, Holy, Holy Listen 3 - Memorial Acclamation 2 Listen 4 - Great Amen Listen 5 - Lamb of God Listen
Recordings produced by John Dawson(Due to copyright laws, etc., these hymns are hosted at the CCCB website.)
Acoustic and Electric Guitars - John Dawson
Bass - Manny DeGrandis
Drums and Percussion - Anthony D'angela
Vocals - Susan Hookong-Taylor
The General Instruction for the Revised Roman Missal is available on-line - Click here
New Website for the Approved Canadian Edition of the Roman Missal at the CCCB (Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops)
Site Internet pour la version révisée de l’édition canadienne du Missel romain de langue anglaise
The Diocesan Office of Worship and Liturgy has prepared a series of Questions and Answers to help prepare for the transition to the revised edition of the Roman Missal:
It can be found here:
1. 12 Questions and Answers (in booklet printing format- Word Doc)
2. 1. 12 Questions and Answers (Word Doc format)
3. 12 Questions and Answers (in .pdf format) for printing
4. These Q & A's can also be found here. 5. Bishop Dunn's "Deanery Presentation" is now on this website - click here!
The following links are located at: Celebrate!
Music in the 2002 GIRM
These articles by Heather Reid—with one more to come shortly—explore what the 2002 GIRM says about music.
Prepared by Patricia Weinstein, this chart indicates every reference to music in the 2002 GIRM:
Chart of the GIRM for Musicians
Celebrate! has been anticipating the arrival and implementation of the revised GIRM for several years. In this series of articles, Fr. John Hibbard, former director of the National Liturgy Office of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, explores not just the "how to" aspects of the GIRM, but the "why" - the theology undergirding it.
During the month of September Bishop Dunn visited the seven deaneries to meet with parishioners to introduce some of the changes connected with the Revised Roman Missal which will come into effect on the First Sunday of Advent 2011. Bishop Dunn's "Deanery Presentation" is now on this website - click here!.
A Webinar (web-based seminar) on the text in the Revised Roman Missal is still available at the following location: http://www.loyolapress.com/roman-missal-webinar-explains-changes-in-catholic-mass.htm Another resource available can be located at: Webinar on the Roman Missal There are three videos of about 20 mins. each covering the following topics: • Background on the changes in the Roman Missal • Explanations of why the changes are taking place • In-depth look at specific texts that are changing in the Mass
The webinar session was very informative. The video’s can be downloaded from the site and used as parish education sessions.