Our choir director, a brilliant composer, today gave us the Latin Mass he composed. Obviously the Kyrie is in Greek. He gave us practice CD’s of it. It very nice, with the “Salvador mundi, salve nos” for the Memorial acclamation. AND we will now be singing the Introits from the missalette. He composed the musical setting for the first one for next week and it’s incredible. So no more possibility of banal music for the procession, at least, and we’re in compliance with the desire of the Church for more Latin.
Are any other parishes moving toward have the parts of the Mass of Paul VI that involve recitation by the congregation doing anything like this?