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Re: Music Program for Latin Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows, Clerk Street,
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Posted on: 3/31 22:22
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Re: Music Program for Latin Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows, Clerk Street,
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Reminder: Tenebrae tonight at 7:00 PM, OLS.

Posted on: 3/31 22:21
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Re: Music Program for Latin Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows, Clerk Street,
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..and Palm Sunday is 3:00 PM!

Posted on: 3/25 15:31
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Re: Music Program for Latin Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows, Clerk Street,
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Folks- the times given were for the choir to show up for warmups.

The actual times of the liturgies are below. Also, note that there is off street parking directly across from the church. The church is also walking distance from the Garfield Light Rail Station.


Feast of the Annunciation, Thursday, March 25, 5:00 PM, Sung Latin mass

Spy Wednesday, March 31, 7:00 PM, Tenebrae,(Sung Matins and Lauds, Victoria’s Responses Allegri’s Miserere) ‘

Maundy Thursday, April 1, 5:00 PM, Sung Latin Mass

Good Friday, April 2, 3:00 PM, Solemn Liturgy (Chanted
Passion, Improperia by Victoria, etc. followed by Street Procession

Holy Saturday, April 3rd, 10:30, Great Vigil of Easter

Posted on: 3/25 13:44
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Music Program for Latin Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows, Clerk Street,
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March 21 - Passion Sunday - Meet at 2PM

P: O Sacred Head SG 22

O: O Vos CB 17

C: Adoramus Te by Dubois SG 190a

R: Stabat Mater SG 162a


March 25 at 5 PM - Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Meet at 4:30 + Rehearsal after Mass

Ave Maris Stella - Chant SG 201a

Missa IX Cum Jubilo / Credo

Ave Maria by Arcadelt

Dixit Maria by Hassler

Ave Regina Caelorum

Hail Holy Queen SG 83



March 28 - Palm Sunday (Joe, Victoria, Rebecca)

Blessing: Hosanna Filio David Chant

Distribution: Pueri Hebraeorum Chant

Procession: Gloria Laus et Honor Chant

P: Ingrediente CB 125

Mass XVII, Credo II (no Asperges)

O: Adoramus Te by Monteverdi

C: Allegri Miserere Abbreviated


April 1, Holy Thursday at 5 PM - Meet at 4 PM (Greta, Joanna)

Lotti Mass for Three Voices

Organ voluntary during Gloria

Ambrosian Gloria Chant SG 289

Per Signum Crucis CB 56

Ubi Caritas by Durufle

Pange Lingua chant in program


April 2, Good Friday at 3 PM - Meet at 2 PM (Joe, Greta,Rebecca, Joanna)

Victoria Passion Responses

Popule Meus by Victoria

Adoramus Te by Monteverdi

O Vos Omnes by Croce


April 3, Easter Vigil (with Greta, Rebecca and Joanna)

Meet at 9:30 PM

Monteverdi Mass Kyr/Glo/San, Benedictus (soloists: Victoria, Greta, Nick, Art)

Et Resurrexit by Monteverdi (Rebecca, Joanna)

Dextera Domini by Franck

Christus Vincit by Noyon (Victoria, Art)


April 11 - Low Sunday (with Victoria)

P: At The Lamb?s High Feast

Asperges is replaced with Vidi Aquam

Monteverdi Mass

O: Ad C?nam Agni Providi (Program)

Agnus Dei from Mass I - Lux et Origo

C: Quia Vidisti Me Thoma by Hassler

Marian Antiphon: Regina Caeli

R: Regina Caeli by Soriano

Posted on: 3/19 14:29
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Sung Latin Mass for Ash Wednesday, 5:00 PM at OLS
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Sung Latin Mass with blessing and distribution of ashes today, Ash Wednesday, at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 75 Claremont Avenue. Gregorian Chant and renaissance motets. Off street parking across the street.

Posted on: 2/17 20:47
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Re: Tulsi Gabbard- Hawaiian, Hindu and the last Good Democrat
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Dear Papadage:

Well she was insanely accused of being a Russian asset and in a coordinated manner driven out of the Democratic party. She hits the "equity" buttons as much as VP Harris, but you would never know it. It is one thing to convert the Democratic party into an absolutist echo chamber for what in the very recent past would have been recognized as weird and dangerous social engineering gambits with no precedent in history (so called trans rights and so called "marriage equality), but the libelous personal attacks should not be accepted.

Objecting to cancel culture does not make me a cry baby or a snowflake. It 's the cancel culture who are the cry babies and snow flakes because it cannot tolerate someone with a different point of view. Indeed, no legal protections no social norms nothing stands in the way of what is truly hysteria. America is great because we are supposed to be able to get along even while agreeing to certain things like the Bill of Rights while agreeing to disagree on other things.


Yours,

Mao

Posted on: 2/8 18:01
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Tulsi Gabbard- Not Wihte, Hawaiian, Hindu and the last Good Democrat
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Don't you agree?

Posted on: 2/8 15:00
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Re: Tulsi Gabbard- Hawaiian, Hindu and the last Good Democrat
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Dear Papadage:

You know, I see that you are correct. Apologies! I will re-post in "NOT Jersey City." Not sure, however, how my post makes me a snowflake or a crybaby.

Yours,

Mao

Posted on: 2/8 14:59
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Re: Tulsi Gabbard- Hawaiian, Hindu and the last Good Democrat
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How is this of topic if this is the politics and government forum?

Posted on: 2/3 21:54
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Tulsi Gabbard- Hawaiian, Hindu and the last Good Democrat
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and she is being canceled.

Posted on: 1/27 15:19
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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Afraid I would have to agree with Sutherland. I am very worried. All of my wealth had been in my house which I had killed myself restoring.

As readers may recall, I am a conservative. The woke movement will for the intermediate term together with the shock of the virus make city living very undesirable.

Order and responsibility and accountability is the begning of civil society. All of that is under attack.

Posted on: 2020/6/12 16:19
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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Afraid I would have to agree with Sutherland. I am very worried. All of my wealth had been in my house which I had killed myself restoring.

As readers may recall, I am a conservative. The woke movement will for the intermediate term together with the shock of the virus make city living very undesirable.

Order and responsibility and accountability is the begning of civil society. All of that is under attack.

Posted on: 2020/6/12 16:19
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Re: Newark Catholic Archdiocese Suspends Masses
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Actually, disease spread has been understood for centuries, though imperfectly (and we hardly have a perfect understading of the Coronavirus). Epidpemic and pandemic are both words coined by Hippocrites in the 4th century BC! LOL, the masks worn by doctors treating black plague victims would be very helpful to any health care professional today! Hospitals were invented by Catholics and so was modern medicine. Medical teachers and students at Bologna began to open human bodies, and Mondino de Luzzi (c. 1275?1326) produced the first known anatomy textbook based on human dissection.

The liturgy of the Catholic Church has never been suspended like this before. This was not out of ignorance or out recklessness but was because of faith. A priest would annoint someone dying of the black plague and would take precautions. The same is possible today but priests, if you can find one, are barred from the death beds.

Anyway your anti Christian animus with limited knowledge is crippling.

Posted on: 2020/4/6 16:32
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Re: Newark Catholic Archdiocese Suspends Masses
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I don't know. The Catholic Church was like the first to shut down. Historically, it had never shut down. Indeed, the conduct of Christians during the Plague of Cuprian in the 3rd Century is considered one of the explanations for the triumph of Catholicism over the Roman Empire. Is that blood on its hands or belief in its mission?

It's apostasy. I noticed a change about twenty years ago- Mass being canceld if it snowed, being told to stay home if you had a cold. In the 1940s and 50s, Italy had terrible polio epidemics. Everything would be shut down except the churches which were open 24 x 7. That's faith.

This virus is scary but it is not very edifyng that the priests have all locked themselves into their rectories. So we have priest as homosexual predator and now we have priest as chicken little. I guess now we know that the sacraments are not essential. A Chrisian is suppossed to live each day as if it were his last. Death is ever suppossed to be ever before us. A priest since he has no wife or family is suppossed to be enabled to live in a detached and selfless manner.

For sure, precautions need to be taken, social distance maintained, numbers limited. But locking churches. Forbidding the sacraments? If this is half as bad as we think, then all of us should be going to Confession now.

LOL, Francis says he wants his priests to smell like sheep. What they all smell like instead is of disinfectant. So the dead die alone wiithout viaticum or annointing, the sinners are left in their sin, the hungery are denied the food of everylasting life.

Thank God, the Amazon delivy gal, the postman, the Walmart stock boy, the policewoman, fireman, nurse, LPN, janitor in the hospital, and doctor are made of finer stuff!

Posted on: 2020/4/6 13:36
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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US is definitely behind the eight ball in testing. CDC screwed up there.

Posted on: 2020/3/12 13:55
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Re: HUDSON COUNTY AND THE CORONA-VIRUS
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Yes, you're probably right that this is all above the County level. It seems like the CDC was asleep at the switch and should have had testing kits out everywhere six weeks ago.

I read somewhere that if it reached epidemic levels here and based on projections of what happened in Asia, demand for ventalators would oustrip what we have by 10 to 1 or something like that.

Posted on: 2020/3/3 14:22
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Re: HUDSON COUNTY AND THE CORONA-VIRUS
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This is a good question .;

Posted on: 2020/3/2 18:26
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Re: * FEAR MONGERING LIBERAL PROGRESSIVE MEDIA *
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No, I think the virus is a real threat and politics should be set aside!

Posted on: 2020/3/2 18:25
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Choir Auditions
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Choir auditions are continuing for Cantantes In Cordibus. This group of men and women is directed by Simone Ferraresi, a gifted composer and pianist. http://home.simoneferraresi.com/ The choir sings every Sunday morning at the Jersey City Latin Mass, currently at 8:30 am at Assumption Church which is at the corner of Pacific and Lafayette. Rehearsals are after Mass from 10:30 to 11:30. This takes up your entire Sunday morning but in a very rewarding manner. Signt reading ability is not a prerequisite though it is highly desired. The repetoire of the choir is the entire body of sacred music from the early medieval period until the present. However, the choir focus more on the Renaissance composers. Indeed, the choir has justed started to learn Monteverdi's Messa da Cappella of 1641. Call Dan Sexton at 201 406 9960 for more information.

Posted on: 2020/1/21 21:38
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Re: Statute of Blessed Mother in front of St. Michael's Church was Desecrated
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What did Fr. Quinn say? In the paper I thought he said something like: "THis is painful for us, but that person is welcome here anytime.:

I don't know. Can't one say: that person unless he's criminally insane should be punished and held accountable. Then we can welcome him.

Posted on: 2019/9/18 20:01
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Re: Statute of Blessed Mother in front of St. Michael's Church was Desecrated
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Thanks Sutherland for posting and expressing outrage.

It had been a felony under the common law to desecrate a Christian symbol. Where these laws still exist, they havebeen extended to other religions as well. Desecration of Christian symbols, particularly Catholic sacred objects, is rapidly rising throughout the West. The almost total lack of response to this by the neighborhood or the larger community is informative (and even in France supression of the facts). There is a large shrine to Our Blessed Mother on the corner of Lafayette and Pacific Avenue. People in the parish view it as well neigh miraculous that it has never been touched during all the years when Lafayette was dangerous and drug riven. It survived poverty and crime but will it survive prosperity and hipsters?

Posted on: 2019/9/18 14:19
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Re: Skunks out of control in Lafayette!!! City Sides with Skunks!
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Is that personal to me? If so, why and isn't that broad minded and neighborly? Or is it a general mythantropy and part of the anti human movement?

Posted on: 2019/9/11 12:55
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Re: Skunks out of control in Lafayette!!! City Sides with Skunks!
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haha. But you mean plus one to the skunks.

Posted on: 2019/9/10 16:43
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Skunks out of control in Lafayette!!! City Sides with Skunks!
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I had noticed over the summer that the skunk population of the Lafayette neighborhood has gotten out of control. I see them in the evening walking up and down Lafayette Street and Halladay, going up and down people's steps. I also see them around the gazebo in the park. Multiples at the same time!
This all became very personal when my wife and dog got skunked this morning in our backyard.
I called City Hall this morning and asked for Animal Control. A nice woman answered. Her name is Brittany. I told her what I was calling about and she said, ?Yes, we are aware of it. There have been many calls.?
?Great!?? I though, there must be a plan. So I asked to be updated on what the City has been doing. The answer: ?Nothing.? I was incredulous. Then I got a gentle lecture. I was told that skunks are wildlife and they have a right to live. I was further told that the Animal Control ?does not trap healthy wildlife.? It was further explained that Jersey City?s animal control is humane
I was incredulous and exploded. This is insane. We are a densely populated city. These animals have no predators and will get at of control. Skunks are particularly good at being vectors for rabies. https://www.nj.com/middlesex/2019/05/r ... sex-county-this-year.html
We had already had a raccoon problem. Raccoons enter homes and cause havoc. We also have a possum problem.
Where will this lead?
I asked the humane young lady about rats. They are wildlife. What happens to them. She said, ?Pest Control handles them. So I called City Hall and asked for Pest Control. I got directed right back to the nice humane lady. I explained and apologized.
I called City Hall back and explained that there is supposed to be another office that handles the eradication of rats even though they are wild life and it is not Animal Control but might be Pest Control. I was transferred again to a voice mail of a guy who did not identify himself or the office.

Posted on: 2019/9/10 15:47
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Re: Join Our Local Community Chorus
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Good luck as yoiu enter your sixth year, North River Sing!

Another opportunity to sing locally is available with Cantantes In Cordibus, a choir that sings at the Latin Mass which is held every Sunday morning in Jersey City. The repertoire of this group is the sacred music from the early Medieval period to contemporary. The propers of the Mass are sung in the Gregorian Chant settings of the Liber Usualis. Mass settings range from Gregorian Chant, to Renaissance Polyphony, to classical settings of Mozart and Haydn, etc. Right now we sing at the 8:30 am Mass at Assumption Church at 344 Pacific Avenue. Warm ups are at 8:00. Post Mass rehearsal at 10:00 am. Our director is the very talented Simone Ferraresi, who is also a pianist and composer. http://home.simoneferraresi.com/
Call Dan for more information at 201 406 9960

Posted on: 2019/8/13 13:02
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Re: CVM 2019 Bach Concert
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Looks great! Thanks for doing this!

Posted on: 2019/7/10 17:55
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Re: McNair Academic Ranked #1 in NJ!
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And I echo the others on this posting: from personal experience over her tenure at McNair, I found Mrs. McCabe to be intelligent, committed, kind, empathetic, flexible, creative, and dogged in her work. She is both an intellectual and an educator. At the same time, in an environment that can be draining, she sought to encourage balance and perspective among the students.
I have had kids in the school since 2008. I have personally observed the deterioration of the school in the following ways:
1. Loss of talented, intelligent and committed faculty members;
2. Increase in faculty members and staff who have no intellectual ability or even interests and are even proud to boast about how they do nothing but get high salaries and benefits.
3. Increase in politicized faculty members-both for local and union issues as well as national and global issues.
4. An increase in outrageous and unprofessional behavior of staff and teachers who enlist students in their insubordination and disregard for standards.
McNair Academic will be history unless this is all reversed. The Board of Ed simply will not be satisfied with running failing schools at every level until it destroys McNair which has always stuck in its craw (notwithstanding the occasional plaudit). What a shame. I feel terrible for all the families with young children in the city- but especially the poor and first generation college bound. One can accomplish great things after graduating from St. Peter?s College or NJCU. But it is a lot easier to get on the road to greatness when one goes to MIT, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Penn, Cornell, Stanford, Berkeley.

Posted on: 2019/7/10 17:54
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Re: McNair Academic Ranked #1 in NJ!
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If this is true, it seems further evidence of the serious erosion of McNair's identity. My impression is that Mrs. McCabe took over at a critical time when the founding lights of McNair were retirning. Excellent teachers like Mr. Delo, Mr. Selby, Mr. Royster have left and been replaced by typical mediocrities. The departure of the old administration with the retirement of Slatery who had found a way to resist the constant gravitational pull of the JCBOE who resented it as elitist and constantly undermined it (except when basking it is amazing achievements). McNair may never have lived up to the hype, but it had managed to launch who have done amazingly well. My impression is that the negatives- disregard for the substance of education and over emphasis on test scores and Aps has increased while the faculty become increasingly self-absorbed, seeing themselves primarily as a bargaining unit for life time employment. Mrs. McCabe is bright, articulate, and kind woman who threw herself in to the job. Reign of terror- if anything , she lacked the necessary resolve to punish and retaliate against insolent and insubordinate employees.

Posted on: 2019/7/1 21:33
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Re: New Jersey to require schools to teach LGBT history
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Dear User1111

Maybe you are younger than most here. Don't waste your youth.

But if you are young, I am surprised that you had not heard that Walt Whitman has been #canceled because of his racism.

Mao

Posted on: 2019/6/7 15:10
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