Tuesday, October 4:

Evening Prayer - 5:40 PM (Chancel)

Low Mass - 6:00 PM (High Altar)

Wednesday, October 5: 

Low Mass - 6:00 PM (Lady Chapel) 

Thursday, October 6: 

Calling on Christ: An Inquiry Based Approach to Talking to Our God - 7:00 PM (Zoom) 

***Please contact the Parish Office for a syllabus and a Zoom link***

Saturday, October 8: 

Choral Evensong in Memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - 5:00 PM (Nave)

        Orlando Gibbons: Short Service 

        William Smith: Preces and Responses 

        William Byrd: O Lord, Make Thy Servant Elizabeth 

Sunday, October 9: Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Solemn High Mass - 10:00 AM (Nave)

        Thomas Luis de Victoria: Missa Dominicalis

        Orlando di Lasso: Expectans Expectavi 

Music Notes

In addition to being a prolific composer, Tomás Luís de Victoria was an organist, a singer, and a Roman Catholic priest. A native of Castile, Spain, Victoria was a choirboy at Avila Cathedral before going to Rome in 1565. He was ordained in 1574, by which time he was becoming famous for his excellent musicianship. Victoria returned to Spain in 1587, where he became chaplain to his sister, the Dowager Empress María, daughter of Charles V, who was living at the Monasterio de las Descalzas de St. Clara at Madrid. Victoria is regarded as the foremost composer of the Counter-Reformation in Spain, and while his music bears some similarities to that of his Italian contemporary,Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (composer of today’s anthem), Victoria’s works express a particular Spanish mysticism and religion. His Missa Dominicalis, which we are hearing this week, was composed in 1605, toward the end of his life, likely while he was still at the monastery in Madrid.

Grace and St. Peter's Episcopal Church; Baltimore, MD

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Grace and St. Peter's Episcopal Church; Baltimore, MD
Grace and St. Peter's Episcopal Church; Baltimore, MD
Grace and St. Peter's Episcopal Church; Baltimore, MD