APRIL 21, 2019 – EASTER SUNDAY DOUBLE FEAST OF THE FIRST CLASS
MEDITATION ON EASTER SUNDAY:
The days of violet are gone. The voices of the Old Testament prophets Isaias and Jeremias are stilled. The Alleluias and Glorias that have been missing since Septuagesima return once more, in profusion. “Hence it is that at the Gloria today the bells are rung, the organ peals forth, the statues and pictures are uncovered, and a few moments afterward the glad Alleluias, silenced for nine weeks past, are heard again in jubilant tones, soaring in their triple repetition higher and higher until they seem to mingle with the songs of the angels in heaven.” As the great drama of our redemption draws to an end, let us join in the joy of Holy Mother Church today as she specially sets before us after Communion the great psalm of praise to our risen Lord: “Praise the Lord, all ye nations; praise him, all ye people. For his mercy is confirmed upon us; and the truth of the Lord remaineth forever” (Psalms 116:1-2/DRV). Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!
RECOMMENDED SACRED MUSIC:
Gregorian Chant of Easter Sunday
Johann Sebastian Bach’s Easter Oratorio [BWV 249]
For further information, see FAQ07: What Sacred Music Recordings Do You Recommend in the TRADITIO Library of Files (FAQs and Catholic Apologetics).
Omnibus Lectoribus TRADITIONIS
Ex: Reverendis Patribus TRADITIONIS
Introitus Cantandus in Dominica Resurrectionis
“Resurrexi, et adhuc tecum sum, alleluia”
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