Please stop by and listen and talk to other parishioners on gardening, bee keeping, herbs, a short talk on St. Hildegard and much more!
Join us Saturday, September 16th from 9:30 am – 12:00 in the St. Anne’s Room (Cry Room) for the next St. Joseph’s Workshop.
If you have any questions, please contact:
9:45: Discussion 1
10:30: Fr. O’Brien’s Talk
11:15: Q&A and Discussion 2.
Come join us, Wednesday, September 13th for the next Fatima Procession!
Many are invited from all over Dallas for this event…for peace in the world and salvation of souls.
NOTE: If you can, we need flowers for Our Lady Monday the 11th and Tuesday the 12th. Please, drop off in the buckets in the vestibule. They will be used for the carrier and sanctuary. (Monetary donations to “Mater Dei” memo: “Fatima flowers” can be dropped off in office wall slot)
Questions, Suggestions, or Comments?
Contact: (361) 933-6521 or email@example.com
SCHEDULE for September 13th:
7:30pm: Rosary Procession begins at the Grotto.
(Bring Rosaries & Candles)
8:15pm: Fatima Talk and Benediction
(Donation box will be available)
8:30pm: Enrollment in Brown Scapular
Blessing table (for items that need to be blessed)
9:00pm: Refreshment hour sponsored by men
(Enjoy the company of others in faith & charity)
Note: We will have an “Information Tent” & “Blessing Table Tent” out for visitors. If you happen to have Rosary pamphlets, Rosaries, Miraculous Medals, and Brown scapular promises, etc. please bring at 7pm to be distributed. Thank you!
Please sign-up at the link below for food items you will bring; this will serve as your RSVP.
A happy feast of Assumption to all!
Schola Marianum will sing for the 7pm solemn high mass, and we have a new motet this year, based on the text of the Offertory proper, to offer in honor of Our Lady’s feast.
Music for the 7pm mass:
Missa Brevis – by Palestrina
Assumpta est Maria – by Prenner
Translation: Mary is taken up into heaven,
the Angels rejoice, praising, they bless God.
Ave Maria … Virgo Serena – By des Prez
Translation: Hail Mary, full of grace,
The Lord is with thee, serene Virgin.
Hail, thou whose Conception,
Full of great joy,
Fills heaven and earth
With new gladness.
Hail, thou whose Nativity
Became our great celebration,
As the light-bearing Morning Star
anticipates the true Sun.
Hail, faithful humility,
Fruitful without man,
Was our salvation.
Hail, true virginity,
Was our cleansing.
Hail, glorious one
In all angelic virtues,
Was our glorification.
O Mother of God,
Remember me. Amen.
Exultate Justi – by Viadana
Translation: Rejoice in the Lord, O ye just; praise befits the upright.
Give praise to the Lord on the harp; sing to him with the psaltery, the instrument of ten strings.
Sing to him a new canticle, sing well unto him with a loud noise.
Rejoice in the Lord, O ye just; praise befits the upright.