Saturday, 2 April 2016

First Missa Cantata At Saint Anselm's, Dartford, Kent, For Over Forty-Five Years. Sunday, 3 April 2016. 1200 hrs.


UPDATE   UPDATE   UPDATE

The Congregation was over two hundred Parishioners. The Liturgy was Divine, full of Profundity, Sanctity, and Spirituality. The Celebrant was Fr John Boyle. The Music, provided by Matthew Schellhorn and "Cantus Magnus" was Heavenly.

Saint Anselm's, Dartford, Kent, has not seen such Divine Liturgy as this in over forty-five years. Thank you to the Parish Priest, Fr Stephen Boyle, for encouraging such devotion and adoration to Our Lord on Divine Mercy Sunday.

Thank you to The Latin Mass Society for facilitating such beautiful Choral Music provided by Matthew Schellhorn and "Cantus Magnus".

Thank you to the MC and the ten Servers on the Sanctuary.

Two Priests also Assisted in Choro.

It is hoped that this Missa Cantata will now become a regular Divine Mercy Sunday Mass.

Deo Gratias.




Saint Anselm’s Catholic Church,
89, West Hill, Dartford, Kent DA1 2HJ.

To Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the
Founding of the Parish of Saint Anselm’s in Dartford,
Mass is to be Celebrated in The Traditional Roman Rite.
The Rite of Our Forefathers, Saints and Martyrs.
Sunday, 3 April 2016, 1200 hrs, Noon.





The following Text is from STAT VERITAS

Saint Anselm’s Catholic Church, 89, West Hill, Dartford, Kent DA1 2HJ.
To Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Founding of the Parish of Saint Anselm’s in Dartford, Mass is to be Celebrated in The Traditional Roman Rite.
The Rite of Our Forefathers, Saints and Martyrs.
Sunday, 3 April 2016. 1200 hrs Noon.

Saint Anselm's Parish Web-Site and Contact DetailsSAINT ANSELM'S
FeastDominica in Albis in Octava Paschae, “Low Sunday”.

Music:
William Byrd. Mass for Four Voices [a cappella];
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Exsultate Jubilate (Alleluia) [Soprano and Organ];
Sir Edward Elgar. Ave Verum [Organ and Choir];
Credo III (with Congregation).

Choir Master: – Selected as a “Talent to Watch” by BBC Music Magazine, and described as “a rising star” (BBC Radio 3) and “one of Britain’s most exciting young pianists” (Classic FM), Matthew Schellhorn has a growing international career, which in recent seasons has seen recitals in Europe, Ireland, the Far East, and North America.



Matthew Schellhorn in Concert.


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