Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Holy Rosary with the Schola of the Oxford Oratory and Meditations by J.H. Newman

While looking at the news of the recent events at the Oxford Oratory surrounding Cardinal Newman, I noticed this rather interesting offering:

Pray the Rosary with Cardinal Newman (Product link)

Let the Venerable Cardinal John Newman and Father Werenfried van Straaten, the late founder of Aid to the Church in Need, inspire you in prayer. This unique recording of spoken word and music leads the listener in the Rosary. Each of the traditional mysteries of joy, sorrow and glory are introduced with readings from the writings of Cardinal Newman and Father Werenfried, while the organ music and plainsong interludes, reverentially sung by the Oxford Oratory Schola, reflect the appropriate moods of the mysteries and give a musical uplift to the prayer.


The Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious mysteries with meditations by Cardinal Newman and reflections by Fr Werenfried

The Fathers and Parishioners of the Oxford Oratory

Gregorian Chant sung by the Oratory Schola

1. Inviolata, integra et casta es, Maria – Gregorian Chant
2. Introduction
3. Ave Maria – Gregorian Chant
4. Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary: Reflection
5. 1st Joyful Mystery
6. 2nd Joyful Mystery
7. 3rd Joyful Mystery
8. 4th Joyful Mystery
9. 5th Joyful Mystery
10. Stabat mater – Gregorian Chant
11. Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary: Reflection
12. 1st Sorrowful Mystery
13. 2nd Sorrowful Mystery
14. 3rd Sorrowful Mystery
15. 4th Sorrowful Mystery
16. 5th Sorrowful Mystery
17. Regina Caeli – Gregorian Chant
18. Glorious Mysteries of the Holy Rosary: Reflection
19. 1st Glorious Mystery
20. 2nd Glorious Mystery
21. 3rd Glorious Mystery
22. 4th Glorious Mystery
23. 5th Glorious Mystery
24. Conclusion
25. Ave Maris Stella – Gregorian Chant

Total running time: 78.25

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