Lamentations for Holy Saturday

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Something for the weekend.  Lamentations for  Holy Saturday by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and sung by The Tallis Scholars.

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  1. In Michelangelo’s Creation, our Creator reaches out framed by the shape of the brain, so also in this picture. In Michelangelo’s Creation, our Creator sends forth His Word in the form of man, Jesus Christ, with the Holy Spirit filling all of creation about. Some say Adam and it is so, but first the Person in the painting is Jesus Christ.
    Our Lady of Sorrows, keep us in your sorrowful heart.

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