Monday, May 30, 2011

Images from SPN External Celebration

Gold vestments and occassional Holy Cards are made ready.

Frater George-P. prepares the thurible for mass.

Sacristerial effects to be used for the Holy Sacrifice. Chalice, paten, burse, cruets, missal stand, veils, linens, ablution bowl, host, &tc...

Relic of Our Holy Father, St-Philip Neri, Confessor and Founder of the Congregation of the Oratory.

Inside the sacristy of St-John the Evangelist Church, University Heights, San Diego.

At the High Altar, before mass.

Fraters Roberto-L and George-P rehearse the acolytle and thurifer functions.

Frater David-L. also rehearses.

Translation literature for the Ordinary and Propers of the Mass.

Schola sings "Mass for Three Voices" by William Byrd.

The High Altar of St-John the Evangelist Church.

Frater Tom-G in prayer before mass.

Frater George-P stokes the thurible embers.

Fr. Harry Neely, O.S.A., vests just before mass.

Fraters James-C, Tom-G and Jon-V attently participate in the Holy Sacrifice.

The Brothers chant the Mass Propers.

Chanting from the Oratorian Graduale.

During the Canon of the Mass.

After the Final Blessing, a young girl venerates of the Relic of St. Philip Neri.

Celebrant and Acolytes pose after Mass.

The Brothers with their Chaplain emeritus after Mass.

Now that Mass and photos are completed, Fr. Neely can finally unvest.

Videos from the Mass of St. Philip 2011

Introit and Kyrie




Sanctus & Benedictus

Agnus Dei

Communio & Ave Verum

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Saturday, May 28: Mass for St. Philip Neri

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Giovan Francesco Barbieri called "Guercino", Saint Philip Neri, 1656

Saturday, May 28, 10:00

Sung Mass in the Extraordinary Form
for the Feast of Our Holy Father
St. Philip Neri, Conf.
Founder of the Congregation of the Oratory
(External Observation with Permission)
Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Harry Neely, O.S.A.

Please join us at St. John the Evangelist's to celebrate the feast of our holy patron, St. Philip Neri, founder of the Oratory. To facilitate a larger participation of the public, we have obtained permission to move the celebration from May 26 to May 28. This event is free.