Incarnation Catholic Orlando Liturgical Events - Unofficial

Incarnation Catholic Orlando Liturgical Events - Unofficial

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I am writing this post as food for thought… At one time someone told my husband and I to go to a place north of our city as they had never cancelled masses. As a matter of fact they added more. By pure coincidence, minutes later I read a post in FB from a priest pointing out how important was for people to be fair with others and think twice before attending parishes that they came to know were open and were not their own; he appealed to think about how our actions could affect that community. (They could contribute to the spread of virus or get them to shut down too). These times are really difficult. They are so difficult that we really got to pray for discernment to act… to share. Everything what we do affect others. We might be justified on seeking good but we also need to think careful if our actions are being good and fair to others... specially to good priests. It’s not about being selfish it’s about protecting what’s left One thing is to spread the word and another one to share with prudence and with prudent people. One thing is telling without anyone asking, another one to share with someone who asks. If someone asks, in these times, WE MUST discern if it’s prudent to share with that person the information we have… and how much of it. In times like these it’s only the Bishop’s place and the Head Priest of a parish to announce their services to the public in general. It’s obvious, that what they want advertised will be found in their webpages and social media channels. What is shared with their registered community is communicated by private announcements only. As I said… food for thought… people like us should know better than to be texting, calling, talking too much. We MUST PROTECT the few holy places left. May God protect our courageous priests and bless us all. *This post you should share*
The Intriot tonight (Sat. 1/5) was especially beautiful. When as all the world was in profoundest quietness, and night was in the midst of her course; thin almighty Word, O lordl leaped down from heave out of they royal throne. Wis 18:14-15.

Information on liturgical events at Incarnation Catholic Church and other liturgical trivia, based on reliable information, such as parish emails and the Ordinariate ordo and liturgical resources. This is an unofficial page, not managed by parish staff.

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The Solemnity of St. Joseph

"The feast of the Solemnity of St. Joseph Spouse of the Blessed Virgin and Patron of the Universal Church is a Double of the First class with an Octave. It is the primary feast of St. Joseph (c.f. 19th March) although is now a feast that is largely forgotten or even sadly unknown after the liturgical changes of the last century."

ordorecitandi.blogspot.com The feast of the Solemnity of St. Joseph Spouse of the Blessed Virgin and Patron of the Universal Church is a Double of the First class wit...

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The Advantage of Having No Pews | The Christian Review

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thechristianreview.com When visitors arrive at St. Basil the Great Ukrainian Catholic Mission in Charlotte, North Carolina, they often seem perplexed to see that we have no pews. They stop for a moment, look around, and

St. James Catholic Church

Learn from Father Mayer about the second most powerful form of prayer in the Catholic Church, the Liturgy of the Hours, a form so important that all priests and religious brothers and sisters are required by canon law to pray it daily and lay people are strongly encouraged to pray these prayers along with the universal Church. Based on the prayers that shaped and formed our Lord Jesus, the Liturgy of the Hours, also known as the Daily Office, has formed and built the Church for the past 2,000 years. It is now easier than ever before to pray the office. Learn about this rich form of prayer.

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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Rogation Days

Thanks to subdeacon John Rotondi who wrote this post reposted here!

There has never been a time in my lifetime or yours when the Rogation Days are needed more than ever. April 25 and the three days before the Ascension - Rogation Days - the accumulated wisdom of our Roman Catholic Tradition for how to deal with catastrophic events.

A PESTE, FAME, et BELLO; LIBERA NOS, DOMINE!

Litany of the Saints and sung Rogation Mass will be streamed tomorrow @ 8am [(Saturday)] from Mater Ecclesiae.

"Days of prayer, and formerly also of fasting, instituted by the Church to appease God's anger at man's transgressions, to ask protection in calamities, and to obtain a good and bountiful harvest,..."

https://www.newadvent.org/cathen/13110b.htm

newadvent.org Days of prayer, and formerly also of fasting, instituted by the Church to appease God's anger at man's transgressions, to ask protection in calamities, and to obtain a good and bountiful harvest

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Also, download or view a complete bulletin easily, including the full order of Mass, liturgical history, and a fun fact! That is found here:https://theacolytestoolbox.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/bulletin-for-the-octave-day-of-easter.pdf

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Join us in watching Mass in four hours at 10:15 a.m. EDT at https://youtu.be/1wTceXdlnWk

Also, download or view a complete bulletin easily, including the full order of Mass, liturgical history, and a fun fact! That is found here:https://theacolytestoolbox.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/bulletin-for-the-octave-day-of-easter.pdf

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Sung Mass of Easter Day

Hymns

Offertory hymn: # 85 - "Jesus Christ is ris'n today" - Sheet music: https://hymnary.org/page/fetch/HPEC1940/107/low

Communion hymn: # 347b - "Alleluia! sing to Jesus!" - Sheet music: https://hymnary.org/hymn/HPEC1940/347b

Sunday, April 12th, 2020 - 10:15 A.M.

The Rev. Fr. William P. "Doc" Holiday, Pastor

Incarnation Catholic Church
Orlando, FL

[04/12/20]   Join us for the Mass of Easter Day, streamed live on this page at 10:15 am EDT!

Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

1 All the fair beauty of earth,
from the death of the winter arising!
Every good gift of the year
now with its Master returns;

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

2 Rise from the grave now, O Lord,
the author of life and creation.
Treading the pathway of death,
new life you give to us all:

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

3 God the Almighty, the Lord,
the Ruler of earth and the heavens,
guard us from harm without;
cleanse us from evil within:

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

4 Jesus the health of the world,
enlighten our minds, great Redeemer,
Son of the Father supreme,
only begotten of God:

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

5 Spirit of life and of power,
now flow in us, fount of our being,
light that enlightens us all,
life that in all may abide:

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

6 Praise to the giver of good!
O lover and author of concord,
pour out your balm on our days;
order our ways in your peace:

℟. Hail thee, festival day!
blest day to be hallowed forever;
day when our Lord was raised,
breaking the kingdom of death.

Mattins (Morning Prayer) of Easter Day

Sunday, April 12th, 2020 - 6:00 am

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[04/12/20]   Begin your Easter celebration by praying Mattins of Easter Day (Morning Prayer) in the Ordinariate Use! Audio will be streamed on this page at 6:00 am EDT and will be replayable.

The Vigil of Easter and Mass of the Vigil of Easter

Blessings of the New Fire and the Paschal Candle, Prophecies, Litany of the Saints, Blessing of the Font, and Mass

Saturday, April 11th, 2020 - 8:00 P.M.

The Rev. Fr. William P. "Doc" Holiday, Pastor

Incarnation Catholic Church
Orlando, FL

Liturgy of the Word for Holy Saturday

Saturday, April 11th, 2020 - 6:00 P.M.

The Rev. Fr. William P. "Doc" Holiday, Pastor

Incarnation Catholic Church
Orlando, FL

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Good Friday Mass of the Presanctified

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Good Friday Office, Solemn Prayers, Veneration of the Cross, and Mass of the Presanctified According to the Ordinariate Use Missal, Divine Worship Friday, Ap...

Good Friday Mass of the Presanctified

According to the Ordinariate Use Missal, Divine Worship

Friday, April 10th, 2020 - 3:00 P.M.

The Rev. Fr. William P. "Doc" Holiday, Pastor, Celebrant, and Homilist

Incarnation Catholic Church
Orlando, FL

The stripped altar this afternoon. Good Friday liturgy, live at 3 pm EDT on this page.

Join us in praying the Good Friday Office, Solemn Prayers, Adoration of the Cross, and Mass of the Presanctified via live stream today at 3:00 pm on this page.

ALMIGHTY God : we beseech thee graciously to behold this thy family, for which our Lord Jesus Christ was contented to be betrayed, and given up into the hands of wicked men, and to suffer death upon the Cross ; who now liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end. Amen.

[04/10/20]   THE GREAT INTERCESSIONS

Then the celebrant, standing at the epistle corner and with hands joined, sings the following Collects:

Let us pray, dearly beloved, for the holy Church of God: that our Lord and God may deign to give it peace, keep it in unity, and guard it throughout the world, subjecting to it principalities and powers: and may grant unto us that, leading a peaceful and quiet life, we may glorify God, the Father almighty.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, Who in Christ hast revealed Thy glory to all nations: guard the works of Thy mercy; that Thy Church, spread over the whole world, may with steadfast faith persevere in the confession of Thy Name.
Through the same Jesus Christ, thy Son, Our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray for our most holy Father Pope Francis, that our Lord and God, Who chose him to the order of the Episcopate, may keep him in health and safety for His holy Church to govern the holy people of God.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, by Whose judgment all things are established, mercifully regard our prayers, and in Thy goodness preserve the Bishop chosen for us: that the Christian people who are ruled by Thine authority, may under so great a Pontiff, be increased in the merits of faith.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray also for all Bishops, Priests, Deacons, Subdeacons, Acolytes, Exorcists, Readers, Porters, Confessors, Virgins, Widows, and for all the holy people of God.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, by Whose Spirit the whole body of the Church is sanctified and rules, hear our humble pleading for all the orders thereof; that by the gift of Thy grace in all their several degrees may faithfully serve Thee.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray also for our Catechumens: that our Lord and God would open the ears of their hearts, and the gate of mercy; that, having received by the font of regeneration the remission of all their sins, they also may be found in Christ Jesus our Lord.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, who dost ever make Thy Church fruitful with new offspring: increase the faith and understanding of our Catechumens; that being born again in the font of Baptism, they may be associated with the children of Thine adoption.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray, dearly beloved, to God the Father almighty, that He would cleanse the world of all errors: take away diseases, drive away famine, open prisons, break chains, grant a sure return to travelers, health to the sick, and a safe haven to those at sea.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, the comfort of the sorrowful, and the strength of those that labor: hasten the prayers of those that call upon Thee in any trouble reach Thee; that all may rejoice that in their necessities Thy mercy has helped them.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray also for heretics and schismatics: that our Lord God would be pleased to rescue them from all their errors; and recall them to our holy mother the Catholic and Apostolic Church.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, who savest all, and wouldst that no one should perish: look on the souls that are led astray by the deceit of the devil: that having set aside all heretical evil, the hearts of those that err may repent, and return to the unity of Thy truth.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray also for the perfidious Jews: that our God and Lord would remove the veil from their hearts: that they also may acknowledge our Lord Jesus Christ.

Almighty and everlasting God, who drivest not away from Thy mercy even the perfidious Jews: hear our prayers, which we offer for the blindness of that people: that, acknowledging the light of Thy truth, which is Christ, they may be rescued from their darkness.
Through the same Jesus Christ, thy Son, Our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, world without end.
R. Amen.

Let us pray also for the pagans: that almighty God would remove iniquity from their hearts: that, putting aside their idols, they may be converted to the true and living God, and His only Son, Jesus Christ our God and Lord.
P. Let us pray.
D. Let us kneel.
R. Arise.
Almighty and everlasting God, who ever seekest not the death, but the life of sinners: mercifully hear our prayer, and deliver them from the worship of idols: and join them to Thy holy Church for the praise and glory of Thy Name.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.

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Sung Mass for Maundy Thursday - April 9th, 2020

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Hymns Opening hymn: "Lift high the cross" - Music: https://www.hopepublishing.com/product/image/HP/95597/hw4150.jpg Hymns during Translation of the Blessed S...

[04/10/20]   From the Treatise of St. Augustine Upon the Psalms

Thou hast hidden me from the secret counsel of the wicked, from the insurrection of the workers of iniquity. Now let us fix our eyes upon our Head. Many martyrs have. suffered such things as He suffered, but God's hiding of His suffering servants is not so well seen in the Martyrs, as it is in the Captain of the Martyrs. And it is in Him that we best see how it fared with them. He was hidden from the secret counsel of the wicked; hidden by God, being Himself God; hidden, as touching the Manhood, by God the Son, and the very Manhood, Which is taken into God the Son; because He is the Son of man, and He is the Son of God; Son of God, as being in the form of God; Son of man, as having taken upon Him the form of a servant, Whose life no man taketh from Him, but Who layeth it down of Himself. He hath power to lay it down, and He hath power to take it again, What then was all that they which hated Him could do? They could kill the Body, but they were not able to kill the Soul. Consider this very earnestly. It had been a small thing for the Lord to preach to the Martyrs by His word, if He had not also nerved them by His example.

We know what secret counsel was that of the wicked Jews, and what insurrection was that of the workers of iniquity. Of what iniquity were they the workers? The murder of our Lord Jesus Christ. Many good works, saith He, have I showed you for which of those works go ye about to kill Me? He had borne with all their weaknesses: He had healed all their diseases: He had preached unto them the kingdom of heaven: He had discovered to them their iniquities, that they might rather hate them, than the Physician That came to cure them. And now at last, without gratitude for all the tenderness of His healing love, like men raging in an high delirium, throwing themselves madly on the Physician, Who had come to cure them, they took counsel together how they might kill Him, as if to see if He were a Man and could die, or Something more than a man, and That would not let Himself die. In the Wisdom of Solomon we recognize their words, Let us condemn Him with a shameful death. Let us examine Him; for, by His own saying, He shall be respected. If He be the Son of God, let Him help Him.

They whetted their tongue like a sword. The Jews cannot say: We did not murder Christ, albeit they gave Him over to Pilate His judge, that they themselves might seem free of His death. For when Pilate said unto them, Take ye Him: and kill Him, they answered, It is not lawful for us to put any man to death. They could throw the blame of their sin upon a human judge: but did they deceive God, the Great Judge? In that which Pilate did, he was their accomplice, but in comparison with them, he had far the lesser sin. Pilate strove as far as he could, to deliver Him out of their hands; for the which reason also he scourged Him, and brought Him forth to them He scourged not the Lord for cruelty's sake, but in the hope that; he might so slake their wild thirst for blood: that, perchance, even they might be touched with compassion, and cease to lust for His death, when they saw What He was after the flagellation. Even this effort he made! But when Pilate saw that he could not prevail, but that rather a tumult was made, ye know how that he took water, and washed his hands before the multitude, saying: I am innocent of the blood of this Just Person. And yet he delivered Him to be crucified! But if he were guilty who did it against his will, were they innocent; who goaded him on to it? No. Pilate gave sentence against Him. and commanded Him to be crucified. But ye, O ye Jews, ye also are His murderers! Wherewith? With your tongue, whetted like a sword. And when? But when ye cried, Crucify Him! Crucify Him!

Maundy Thursday Mass, Translation of the Blessed Sacrament, and Stripping of the Altar

Hymns

Opening hymn: "Lift high the cross" - Music: https://www.hopepublishing.com/product/image/HP/95597/hw4150.jpg

Hymns during Translation of the Blessed Sacrament: # 199a & 200 - "Now my tongue the mystery telling" - Music: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=35077927393784032422 (requires download)

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Sung Mass

Maundy Thursday

According to the Ordinariate Use Missal, Divine Worship

Thursday, April 9th, 2020 - 6:30 P.M.

The Rev. Fr. William P. "Doc" Holiday, Pastor, Celebrant, and Homilist
The Rev. Fr. Jason McCrimmon, Concelebrant

Incarnation Catholic Church
Orlando, FL

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