THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS OPENING THE
129TH SUPREME CONVENTION AUGUST 2, 2011 DENVER, COLORADO
MEMORIAL OF SAINT PETER JULIAN EYMARD PRIEST
Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. Archbishop-designate of Philadelphia Diocesan Administrator of Denver Principal Celebrant & Homilist
9:30 A.M. Plaza Ballroom Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
Sonata from Die Bankelsangerlieder Anonymous ed. Robert King
Alleluja Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) arr. Arthur Frackenpohl
Canzona Bergamasca Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654) arr. De Jong
Psalm XIX, â€œThe Heavens are Tellingâ€? Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739)
Cantate Domino Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612) arr. George Belden & Donald Little
Duo Seraphim Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Fourth Degree Procession Introit
Deus in Adjutorium Meum Intende Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Deus in adjutorium meum intende. Domine ad adjuvandum me festina. Gloria Patri, et Filio, et Spiritui Sancto, sicut erat in principio, et nunc, et semper, et in saecula saeculorum. Amen. O God, come to my assistance. O Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. 3
INTRODUCTORY RITES Entrance Hymns
God We Praise You
Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven
Chant Morgens PedersĂ¸n (c.1585-1623)
LITURGY OF THE WORD First Reading
A reading from the Book of Numbers
Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses on the pretext of the marriage he had contracted with a Cushite woman. They complained, “Is it through Moses alone that the LORD speaks? Does he not speak through us also?” And the LORD heard this. Now, Moses himself was by far the meekest man on the face of the earth. So at once the LORD said to Moses and Aaron and Miriam, “Come out, you three, to the meeting tent.” And the three of them went. Then the LORD came down in the column of cloud, and standing at the entrance of the tent, called Aaron and Miriam. When both came forward, he said, “Now listen to the words of the LORD: Should there be a prophet among you, in visions will I reveal myself to him, in dreams will I speak to him; not so with my servant Moses! Throughout my house he bears my trust: face to face I speak to him; plainly and not in riddles. The presence of the LORD he beholds. Why, then, did you not fear to speak against my servant Moses?” So angry was the LORD against them that when he departed, and the cloud withdrew from the tent, there was Miriam, a snow-white leper! When Aaron turned and saw her a leper, he said to Moses, “Ah, my lord! 8
Please do not charge us with the sin that we have foolishly committed! Let her not thus be like the stillborn babe that comes forth from its mother’s womb with its flesh half consumed.” Then Moses cried to the LORD, “Please, not this! Pray, heal her!” The word of the Lord. R/ Thanks be to God.
Psalm 51 Peter J. Latona (b.1968)
Have mercy on me, O God, in your goodness; in the greatness of your compassion wipe out my offense. Thoroughly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me. R/ For I acknowledge my offense; and my sin is before me always: “Against you only have I sinned; and done what is evil in your sight.” R/ That you may be justified in your sentence, vindicated when you condemn. Indeed, in guilt was I born, and in sin my mother conceived me. R/ A clean heart create for me, O God, and a steadfast spirit renew within me. Cast me not off from your presence, and your Holy Spirit take not from me. R/ 9
Rabbi, you are the Son of God; you are the King of Israel. R/
@ A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew
R/ Glory to you, Lord. Jesus made the disciples get into a boat and precede him to the other side of the sea, while he dismissed the crowds. After doing so, he went up on the mountain by himself to pray. When it was evening he was there alone. Meanwhile the boat, already a few miles offshore, was being tossed about by the waves, for the wind was against it. During the fourth watch of the night, he came toward them, walking on the sea. When the disciples saw him walking on the sea they were terrified. “It is a ghost,” they said, and they cried out in fear. At once Jesus spoke to them, “Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.” Peter said to him in reply, “Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.” He said, “Come.” Peter got out of the boat and began to walk on the water toward Jesus. But 10
when he saw how strong the wind was he became frightened; and, beginning to sink, he cried out, “Lord, save me!” Immediately Jesus stretched out his hand and caught him, and said to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” After they got into the boat, the wind died down. Those who were in the boat did him homage, saying, “Truly, you are the Son of God.” After making the crossing, they came to land at Gennesaret. When the men of that place recognized him, they sent word to all the surrounding country. People brought to him all those who were sick and begged him that they might touch only the tassel on his cloak, and as many as touched it were healed. The Gospel of the Lord.
R/ Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ.
Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. Archbishop-designate of Philadelphia Diocesan Administrator of Denver
For our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, for Archbishop Charles Chaput, and for all the Successors to the Apostles, particularly those present here: that the Holy Spirit will inspire them as they lead the pilgrim Church on earth. R/ In Tagalog: For our civic leaders: that God will guide them in safeguarding peace and the common good of all, particularly the unborn, the aged and all those whose lives are threatened. R/ In French: For the Knights of Columbus: that through the workings of the 129th Supreme Convention, God will grant our Order an abundant increase of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. R/ In Spanish: For an increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life: that many young people will step out in faith in response to the Lord’s command to “take courage,” to “not be afraid,” and to ‘set aside all doubts’ in taking up undivided service in Christ’s name. R/ In Polish: For the beatification of Venerable Michael McGivney: that our courageous founder may soon be raised to the dignity of the altar. R/
LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST Offertory Motet
O How Amiable Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Text: Psalms 84 & 90
O how amiable are thy dwellings, thou Lord of Hosts. My soul hath a desire and longing to enter into the courts of the Lord. My heart and my flesh rejoice in the living God. Yea, the sparrow hath found her an house, and the swallow a nest where she may lay her young, even thy altars, O Lord of Hosts, my King and my God. Blessed are they that dwell in thy house, they will be alway praising thee. The glorious majesty of the Lord our God be upon us: Prosper thou the work of our hands upon us. O prosper thou our handiwork. O God, our help in ages past, our hope for years to come, our shelter from the stormy blast, and our eternal home.
Prayer Over the Gifts
COMMUNION RITE Lordâ€™s Prayer
Sign of Peace
Missa Ad Fugam Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c.1526-1594)
You gave us bread from heaven, Lord: a sweet tasting bread wholly delectable.
Draw Near and Take the Body of Your Lord
Guidelines for the Reception of Communion For Catholics: As Catholics, we fully participate in the celebration of the Eucharist when we receive Holy Communion. We are encouraged to receive Communion devoutly and frequently. In order to be properly disposed to receive Communion, participants should not be conscious of grave sin and normally should have fasted for one hour. A person who is conscious of grave sin is not to receive the Body and Blood of the Lord without prior sacramental confession except for a grave reason where there is no opportunity for confession. In this case, the person is to be mindful of the obligation to make an act of perfect contrition, including the intention of confessing as soon as possible (canon 916). A frequent reception of the Sacrament of Penance is encouraged for all. For our fellow Christians: We welcome our fellow Christians to this celebration of the Eucharist as our brothers and sisters. We pray that our common baptism and the action of the Holy Spirit in this Eucharist will draw us closer to one another and begin to dispel the sad divisions which separate us. We pray that these will lessen and finally disappear, in keeping with Christ’s prayer for us “that they may all be one” (Jn 17:21). Because Catholics believe that the celebration of the Eucharist is a sign of the reality of the oneness of faith, life, and worship, members of those churches with whom we are not yet fully united are ordinarily not admitted to Holy Communion. Eucharistic sharing in exceptional circumstances by other Christians requires permission according to the directives of the diocesan bishop and the provisions of canon law (canon 844 § 4). Members of the Orthodox Churches, the Assyrian Church of the East, and the Polish National Catholic Church are urged to respect the discipline of their own Churches. According to Roman Catholic discipline, the Code of Canon Law does not object to the reception of communion by Christians of these Churches (canon 844 § 3). For those not receiving Holy Communion: All who are not receiving Holy Communion are encouraged to express in their hearts a prayerful desire for unity with the Lord Jesus and with one another. For non-Christians: We also welcome to this celebration those who do not share our faith in Jesus Christ. While we cannot admit them to Holy Communion, we ask them to offer their prayers for the peace and the unity of the human family.
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Communion Meditation O Sacrum Convivium Thomas Tallis (c.1520-1585) Text: St. Thomas Aquinas (c.1227-1274)
O sacrum convivium, in quo Christus sumitur. Recolitur memoria, Passionis eius, mens impletur gratia. Et futurae gloriae nobis pignus datur.
O holy and sacred feast, wherein Christ is offered up. We call to mind in grateful thanks, his most bitter Passion, while our souls are filled with grace. We beseech thee grant to us everlasting glory.
Prayer After Communion
CONCLUDING RITE Greeting V / The Lord be with you. R/ And also with you.
Pontifical Blessing V / Blessed be the name of the Lord. R/ Now and for ever. V / Our help is in the name of the Lord. R/ Who made heaven and earth. V / May almighty God bless you, @ the Father, @ and the Son, @ and the Holy Spirit. R/ Amen.
Dismissal V / The Mass is ended, go in peace. R/ Thanks be to God.
All Creatures of Our God and King
Festliche Musik alla H채ndel Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933) arr. Thomas Brantigan 29
MINISTERS OF THE MASS Deacons Rev. Mr. John Neal Rev. Mr. Don Schaefer
Masters of Ceremonies Very Rev. Steven C. Boguslawski, O.P. Rev. Msgr. Dariusz J. Zielonka Rev. Juan-Diego Brunetta, O.P. Rev. Kevin Kimtis Rev. Cyprian P. LaPastina Rev. Joseph A. Marcello Rev. Michael D. Weston Rev. Mr. James DeFillipps
Altar Servers Mr. Glenn Evers Mr. Matthew Marinelli Seminarians of the Archdiocese of Denver
Musicians Dr. Peter J. Latona, Director of Music Neil F. Ewachiw & Matthew Mueller, Cantors Members of the Choir of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Members of the Denver Brass
Fourth Degree Honor Guard Dennis J. Stoddard Supreme Master
Robert G. “Jerry” O’Connor Vice Supreme Master
Sir Knights of John H. Reddin Province
Lector State Deputy Michael P. Victorino Hawaii
Petitioners State Deputy Roger G. Muller State Deputy José D. Hernández Barbosa Colorado Mexico Central Luzon Deputy Arsenio Isidro G. Yap State Deputy Krzysztof Orzechowski Philippines Poland State Deputy Jean Moyen Québec
Gift Bearers Past State Deputy & Mrs. Michael Yeo British Columbia
Past State Deputy & Mrs. Brian W. Simer Idaho
Past State Deputy & Mrs. Ivan A. Reek California
Former Luzon Deputy & Mrs. Alonso L. Tan Luzon
Past State Deputy & Mrs. Foster J. Sauter Colorado
Past State Deputy & Mrs. Joe W. Pozzi New Mexico
Past State Deputy & Mrs. José A. Mendoza Dominican Republic
Past State Deputy & Mrs. Alvin R. Curley Prince Edward Island
Past State Deputy & Mrs. James C. St. John Georgia
Past State Deputy & Mrs. William J. McCarthy Virginia
SUPREME OFFICERS Carl A. Anderson Supreme Knight Bishop William E. Lori Supreme Chaplain Emilio B. Moure Supreme Secretary John A. Marrella Supreme Advocate
Dennis A. Savoie Deputy Supreme Knight Charles E. Maurer Jr. Supreme Treasurer Francisco R. Gomez Supreme Warden Virgil C. Dechant Past Supreme Knight
SUPREME DIRECTORS Edward J. Mullen Weston, Connecticut Frederick J. Abraham Jr. Vancouver, Washington Robert F. Cayea Windsor, Ontario
Dennis J. Stoddard Jacksonville, Florida Thomas P. Smith Jr. Branford, Connecticut John P. Wainscott Sandy, Utah
David A. Bellendier Marion, Iowa
Ronald B. White Eldersburg, Maryland
Yves Duceppe La Prairie, QuĂŠbec
Logan T. Ludwig Bolingbrook, Illinois
Michael J. Oâ€™Connor Frackville, Pennsylvania
Thomas M. Wegener Lansing, Michigan
Javier S. Martinez Missouri City, Texas Daniel J. Baker Villa Rica, Georgia Michael G. Conrad Fort Calhoun, Nebraska
Reginald F. Beckett Haddon Heights, New Jersey Alonso L. Tan Quezon City, Philippines Michael T. Gilliam Peace Valley, Missouri
Paul J. Lambert Madison, South Dakota
FATHER MICHAEL J. McGIVNEY MEMORIAL CHALICE In 1990, to commemorate the centennial of Father Michael J. McGivneyâ€™s death, the Knights of Columbus Board of Directors commissioned a memorial chalice. The chalice was crafted by Giansanti Artistic Jewelers, a prestigious jewelry concern in Rome, Italy. The 18-karat, solid-gold chalice features a node in the form of a globe that depicts the Old and New Worlds, signifying that Christopher Columbus brought the faith from Europe on his voyage of discovery and evangelization in 1492. A medallion at the base of the chalice bears the likeness of Father McGivney. First used at the Memorial Mass during the 108th Supreme Convention in San Antonio, Texas, the McGivney Chalice is used at major Orderwide liturgies. Most notably, the McGivney Chalice was used by Pope John Paul II during the Papal Mass co-sponsored by the Order and the Diocese of Brooklyn in 1995. Under the base of the chalice is the emblem of the Order and the inscription: The Knights of Columbus commissioned this chalice to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of its founder, Father Michael J. McGivney, August 14, 1990.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Knights of Columbus is grateful to the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Liturgy, especially Deacon Charles Parker Jr. and John S. Miller, for their gracious collaboration in organizing this liturgy. Special thanks are also due to Father Juan-Diego Brunetta, O.P., Chairman of the Liturgy Committee; Dr. Peter J. Latona, Director of Music; and all those who contributed to the beauty of this liturgy. Excerpts from the Lectionary for Mass for Use in the Dioceses of the United States of America Copyright 1970, 1986, 1992, 1998, 2001 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Inc., Washington, D.C. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by an information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright owner. The stained glass windows featured on the cover and throughout this booklet are from Denver’s Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Photos by Raul Garcia. Used with permission. God, We Praise You © 1982 Hope Publishing, OneLicense.net E-802250. Used with permission. All rights reserved. Responsorial Psalm © Peter J. Latona. Used with permission. All rights reserved. Gospel Acclamation © Oxford University Press. Used with permission. All rights reserved. All Creatures of Our God and King © Oxford University Press, OneLicense.net E-802250.
Tuesday Mass booklet for the 2011 129th Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus.