The Sung Eucharist

The music of The Liberal Catholic Church is rich and uplifting. The celebration of the Holy Eucharist is always enhanced when it can be sung.

Organ accompaniments for the Holy Eucharist are available in this file:


To learn to sing the Eucharist, you can listen to or download it here. Click on each title to enter its page. These selections were sung by members of the St. Gabriel & All Angels Liberal Catholic Church in Fairfield, Iowa. 


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Alternate melody for the Adeste Fidelis, used by many parishes in this Province after Easter until Advent or Christmas.


Special Graduals


New Gradual for Common of Saints

(The accompaniment will be posted after next recording session. ~Sr Kathleen Clute)

Gradual Common of Saints

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New Preface for Common of Saints

Preface Common of Saints

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Preface for Common of Saints, mp3

Please note: due to software difficulties, this mp3 may be too slow, and the chanting tones in the mp3 are not in time with the syllables to be chanted. 
This is for familiarization only!



The Holy Eucharist is the central act of christian worship. Designed to help those who take part therein, it is intended also to pour out a great flood of spiritual power upon the surrounding world at large and it summons the congregation to intelligent and energetic participation in this work. ...

The extent to which music enters into the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, especially on weekdays, varies according to circumstances and the resources of the particular church. Music adds to the efficacy of the rite and gives to the congregation added scope for self-expression.

From  The Liturgy of The Liberal Catholic Church

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