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posted Jan 3, 2013, 7:09 PM by Rochester Ordinariate   [ updated Jan 5, 2013, 4:44 PM ]
Sunday, January 6
Evensong (Vespers),  3pm, 
Coffee hour following, 
Good Shepherd church

Processional hymn:  What star is this? (Coffin; Tune: Puer Nobis)
Phos Hilaron
Psalm:  72, Anglican chant, Elvey
First reading:   Isaiah 60:1-6
Magnificat:  Plainsong
Second reading:  Ephesians 3:2-6
Nunc Dimittis:  Anglican Chant
Gospel lesson: St. Matthew 2:1-12
Offertory hymn:  We three kings of Orient are (J. H. Hopkins
Doxology:  Bourgeois; Ken; Tune:  Old Hundredth
Recessional:  Alleluia, song of gladness, (old Latin, Tr. J. M. Neale; Tune: Dulce Carmen)

Hymns, chanted psalms, and readings are linked here.

Other events can be seen on our calendar.

Deacon Cornelius also recommends Fr. Mancuso's New Year letter.

[Update:  Deacon Cornelius has a new Magnify the Lord for Epiphany.
Fr. Bartus and Fr. Venuti have each posted interesting articles extolling two different directions of traditional Anglo-Catholic worship, both in full communion with the Catholic church:  The "English Use" which draws inspiration from the Gothic style, and the "English Baroque", which has continuity with the Ritualist movement of advanced Anglo-papalists.