Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday)

Introit in Latin is identical in both Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Roman Rite. Most antiphons sung during the Washing of the Feet as well. The “Ubi Caritas” hymn sung during the Washing of the Feet in the EF is sung during Offertory in the OF.

Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite

Download pages of the 1990 Gregorian Missal: GM HW Thursday

Download proper in English (same Gregorian mode): HWHT proper ENG PW

Click to hear Introit (English antiphon – English verseLatin antiphon)

Responsorial :  (cantor sings once, schola repeats, cantor sings verses, schola leads assembly in response between verses).

Click to hear Responsorial (English)

Gospel Acclamation

Washing of the Feet:

Antiphon 1 : in English, in Latin

Antiphon 2 : in English, in Latin

Antiphon 3 : in English, in Latin

Antiphon 4 : in English, in Latin

Antiphon 5 : in English, in Latin

Antiphon 6 : in English, in Latin

Antiphon 7 : in English, in Latin

Click to hear Offertory (“UBI CARITAS” : English antiphonLatin antiphon)

Offertory verse 1 : in English, in Latin

Offertory verse 2 : in English, in Latin

Offertory verse 3 : in English, in Latin

Click to hear Communion (English antiphon – English verseLatin antiphon & verse)

Download Communion verses: HWHT Comm verses GM

“Pange lingua” Hymn during the procession of the Blessed Sacrament: in English, in Latin .

 

Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite

Download pages of the 1957 Mass & Vespers: MV57-HWHT

Professional recordings:

INTROIT:

GRADUAL:

WASHING OF THE FEET, ANTIPHON 1 (MANDATUM):

WASHING OF THE FEET, ANTIPHON 2 (POSTQUAM):

WASHING OF THE FEET, ANTIPHON 4 (DOMINE):

WASHING OF THE FEET, ANTIPHON 6 (IN HOC):

WASHING OF THE FEET, ANTIPHON 7 (MANEANT):

WASHING OF THE FEET, FINAL ANTIPHON (UBI CARITAS):

OFFERTORY:

COMMUNION:

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