Liturgy at Home Zoom Mass

9:00 am on Sunday, October 24, 2021


Zoom Meeting details:


Meeting ID: 837 3443 2348

Passcode: 682994

Phone number: 778-907-2071


Download the Liturgy at Home booklet for 9:00 am on Sunday, October 24, 2021 here: Liturgy at Home Pentecost 22 October 24 2021


About Zoom:

Zoom is a simplified video conferencing and messaging application that can be downloaded to any device: Apple computer, Windows PC, Android phones, IOS iPads and iPhones, and others.

To download a free version of Zoom onto your tablet/phone, go to your usual App Store and search for the free Zoom Cloud Meeting App. Get, and follow instructions. (NB. Do not get the Business version, for which there is a charge.)

To download a free version of Zoom onto your computer type “zoom app” into Google, or type “” in the url bar. This will bring you to the Zoom home page.

Scroll down to the very bottom of the home page and look under DOWNLOAD.

There are several options: for a Mac or PC desktop computer click “Meetings Client”; for Apple device users see above, or, click “iPhone/iPad App” and for Android phones click “Android”.

You will be asked to set up an account by giving your name and email address.

For more detailed instruction click on SUPPORT in the very right upper corner of the home page. Then click on “Getting Started”.

When you have downloaded Zoom you can “Join a Meeting” [in this case the service] by clicking the Join icon.

Then type in the Meeting ID number and password, or call the phone number.

Ave verum corpus – Edward Elgar (1857-1934)


view video here


Edward Elgar’s early years were spent in the English cathedral city of Worchester. He felt himself to be an outsider, not only musically, but socially. In musical circles dominated by academics, he was a self-taught composer; in Anglican Britain, his Roman Catholicism was regarded with suspicion in some quarters.


Ave Verum Corpus, the first of his Three Motets, Op. 2, was first sketched in 1887 as a brief setting of Pie Jesu, in memory of the death of his friend William Allen. Elgar revised the work in 1902, changing the text to the present Ave verum, and completed the set of three choral works in 1906 by adding settings of Ave Mariaand Ave Maris Stella.


Gerald Harder