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Eighteenth Sunday following Trinity

posted Oct 16, 2014, 5:14 PM by Rochester Ordinariate   [ updated Oct 16, 2014, 5:18 PM ]
Sunday, October 19, 2014
12:30pm
Sung mass, according to the Anglican Use of the Roman Rite
Good Shepherd church
Coffee hour following

Music for the day:
Prelude: Toccata in C (J. J. Froberger)
Processional: 310 “God moves in a mysterious way” (Dundee - see #397)
Gospel: 324 “Conquering kings their titles take” (Orientis Partibus)
Offertory: 190 “Let thy blood in mercy poured” (Luise)
Recessional: 347, “Alleluia! sing to Jesus” (Hyfrydol)
Postlude: Prelude and Fugue in F Major (J. L. Krebs)

Readings for the day are taken from the Roman lectionary, in the RSV translation.

And the Psalm (96):

O sing to the LORD a / new song; 
sing to the / LORD, all the earth!

Sing to the LORD, bless / his name; 
tell of his salvation / from day to day.

Declare his glory among the / na-tions, 
his marvelous works among / all the peo-ples!

For great is the LORD, and greatly to be / praised; 
he is to be feared / a-bove all gods.

For all the gods of the peoples are / i-dols; 
but the LORD / made the hea-vens.

Honor and majesty are be- / fore him; 
strength and beauty are / in his sanc-tuary.

Ascribe to the LORD, O families of the / peo-ples, 
ascribe to the LORD / glo-ry and strength!

Ascribe to the LORD the glory due his / name; 
bring an offering, and come / in-to his courts!

Worship the LORD in holy / ar-ray; 
tremble be- / fore him, all the earth!

Say among the nations, "The / LORD reigns! 
Yea, the world is established, it shall never be moved; he will judge the / peo-ples with equity."

Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth re- / joice; 
let the sea roar, and / all that fills it;

Let the field exult, and everything / in it! 
Then shall all the trees of the / wood sing for joy

before the LORD, for he comes, for he comes to judge the / earth. 
He will judge the world with righteousness, and the / peo-ples with his truth.

Glory be to the Father, and to the / Son, 
and to / the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, is now and ever / shall be,
world with- / out end, Amen.


St. Luke the Evangelist

Born to pagan Greek parents, and possibly a slave. One of the earliest converts to ChristianityPhysician, studying in Antioch and Tarsus. Probably travelled as a ship‘s doctor; many charitable societies of physicians are named for him. Legend has that he was also a painter who may have done portraits of Jesus and Mary, but none have ever been correctly or definitively attributed to him; this story, and the inspiration his Gospel has always given artists, led to his patronage of them. He met Saint Paul the Apostle at Troas, and evangelized Greece and Rome with him, being there for the shipwreck and other perils of the voyage to Rome, and stayed in Rome for Paul‘s two years of in prisonWrote the Gospel According to Luke, much of which was based on the teachings and writings of Paul, interviews with early Christians, and his own experiences. Wrote a history of the early Church in the Acts of the Apostles.



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