Adoration at Ephesus (CD)

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From the Benedictines of Mary,
Queen of Apostles
ADORATION AT EPHESUS (CD)


The Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles offer their heavenly voices in this peace-filled recording in which homage is paid to the Eucharistic Lord.

24 time-honored English and Latin hymns including O Lord I Am Not Worthy, Ave Verum, Holy God We Praise Thy Name, Adoro Te, and St. Thomas Aquinas' stirring Lauda Sion are part of an intimate selection of the songs they sing when they gather for Eucharistic Adoration at their monastery.

The album features a 12-page booklet with photos of the nuns and all the lyrics in English and Latin (with English translation).

24 selections
Total time 53:30

To hear samples from this CD on your Windows Media Player, just click on SAMPLE.

Track listing:

1. Ave Verum 1:35 (SAMPLE)
2. O Salutaris 1:14 (SAMPLE)
3. Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All 3:43 (SAMPLE)
4. Tantum Ergo (mode II) 1:15 (SAMPLE)
5. Verbum Caro 1:26
6. Adoro Te 4:12
7. Ecce Panis 1:27
8. Jesu Nostra Refectio 0:49
9. O Lord I Am Not Worthy 1:37
10. Tantum Ergo (traditional melody) 1:54
11. Homo Quidam 2:50
12. O Sacrum Convivium 1:31
13. Misericordias Domini 1:45
14. Domine Non Sum Dignus 1:31
15. Tantum Ergo (mel. Gauntlett) 1:41
16. Soul of My Savior 2:42
17. Adoramus Te 1:25
18. Lauda Sion 6:46
19. O Esca Viatorum 2:02
20. Adoremus in Æternum 1:42
21. Panis Angelicus 2:32
22. Ego Sum Panis 0:57
23. Te Laudamus 1:38
24. Holy God, We Praise Thy Name 3:17


Priory of Our Lady of Ephesus: Gower, Missouri

The community of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles first began in 1995, consecrated to Our Lady, and offered to her service. The sisters follow a monastic horarium as laid out by St. Benedict in his Rule, and chant (in Latin) the Divine Office according to the 1962 Breviarium Monasticum.

The sisters follow their call to emulate Mary in her final, hidden years at Ephesus, where, by tradition, she spiritually supported and encouraged St. John and the other Apostles. They offer their lives in prayer and sacrifice for priests, whom they see as the new apostles of the Church, and as their spiritual sons, who bear God's truth to the world. They extend customary Benedictine hospitality most especially to priests, offering them the spiritual refurbishment so often denied them in their work.

Their monastic "labora" — other than their everyday domestic responsibilities (cleaning, cooking, gardening, farm work, etc.) — is devoted to making vestments, albs, surplices, and altar linens for use in the Sacrifice of the Mass.