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Gregorian Chant: Antiphona ad Offertorium. 1. Fourth Sunday of Advent: Offertory: “Ave Maria”. 2. Christmas Midnight Mass Offertory: “Laetentur”. 3. Saturday Marian Mass Offertory: “Felix namque es”. 4. Palm Sunday Offertory: “Improperium”. 5. Easter Sunday Mass Offertory: “Terra tremuit”.

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Gregorian chant antiphona ad offertorium

Gregorian Chant:Antiphona ad Offertorium


1 fourth sunday of advent offertory ave maria

1. Fourth Sunday of Advent: Offertory: “Ave Maria”


2 christmas midnight mass offertory laetentur

2. Christmas Midnight Mass Offertory: “Laetentur”


3 saturday marian mass offertory felix namque es

3. Saturday Marian Mass Offertory: “Felix namque es”


4 palm sunday offertory improperium

4. Palm Sunday Offertory: “Improperium”


5 easter sunday mass offertory terra tremuit

5. Easter Sunday Mass Offertory: “Terra tremuit”


6 vigil of pentecost offertory emitte spiritum tuum

6. Vigil of Pentecost Offertory: “Emitte Spiritum Tuum”


7 pentecost day offertory confirma hoc deus

7. Pentecost Day Offertory: “Confirma hoc, Deus”


8 common of the dedication of a church offertory domine deus

8. Common of the Dedication of a Church Offertory: “Domine Deus”


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