Traditional Latin Mass Schedule in Memphis

Blessed Sacrament - Sundays 8:30 am
2564 Hale Avenue
Memphis, TN 38112

St. Michael's - Wednesdays 12pm (Noon),
First Fridays 6:15pm,
First Saturdays 7:00am

3863 Summer Avenue
Memphis, TN 38122

St. William's - (None at this time)
4932 Easley Avenue
Millington, TN 38053

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Thursday, June 15 (Solemnity of Corpus Christi): There will be a High Mass followed by Procession and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at St. Michael's.

Due to a change in priest assignments, all Latin Masses will be canceled at St. Michael's starting July 1, 2017 until transition and training are complete. The blog will be updated with the new Traditional Mass schedule for St. Michael's once it is established.

Last Updated: June 13, 2017

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Sacred Music Colloquium XVIII (Loyola University, Chicago, June 16-22, 2008)


Fr. Robert Pasley, KHS, of the Diocese of Camden,

singing the Tonus Solemnior at Thursday's Mass at the CMAA colloquium.

1. Very Insightful Articles on Sacred Music and Liturgy:

+ Gregorian Chant as a Paradigm by William Mahrt

+ On Music in Catholic Worship by William Mahrt

+ On Wings of Song by William Mahrt

William Mahrt is Associate Professor of Music at Stanford University, President of the Church Music Assocation of America, and editor of Sacred Music.

Related article:

+ Stanford professor's Palo Alto choir keeps Gregorian chant alive (San Francisco Chronicles, Sunday, December 23, 2007)

2. A wonderful lecture on Sacred Music:

+ "The Success of St. John Cantius" by Fr. Frank Phillips, the pastor of St. John Cantius, Chicago.

3. Audio Files of Gregorian Chant and Polyphony

sung at the Sacred Music Colloquium XVIII (June 16-22, 2008)

+ O Salutaris by William Byrd, directed by Jenny Donelson

+ Requiem Graduale, Mahrt's choir

+ Prelude to Holy Hour, Messaien, Le Banquet Celeste, played by David Hughes

+ Litany of Loreto for Holy Hour

+ Tu Es Petrus by Palestrina, directed by Horst Buchholz

+ Messiaen, played by David Hughes

+ Tu solus qui facis mirabilia, Josquin, directed by William Mahrt

+ Urbs Beata Jerusalem, Lassus, directed by Wilko Brouwers, organ improvisation by David Hughes

+ Introit: Dilexisti justitiam, Mode VIII, directed by William Mahrt, preceded by organ improvisation by David Hughes

+ Gradual: Specie tua, Mode V, directed by Scott Turkington

+ Gospel in Latin as chanted by Fr. Robert Pasley, new chaplain of the CMAA Fr. Pasley's Tonus Solemnior

+ Ave Maria, Bruckner, Sunday final Mass, directed by Horst Buchholz