The St. Paul Daily Globe, December 25, 1891
Closing Up the List of Special Numbers for Xmas.
Most of the special Christmas services of the churches have already been printed in the GLOBE, and the following will complete the list:
Most Rev. John Ireland will celebrate pontifical high mass at the cathedral at 10:30 a.m.; Rev. Joseph F. Busch, his private secretary, will deliver the Christmas sermon. The musical programme, which has already been printed, is a very elaborate one.
Rev. Howard S. Clapp, rector of St. Matthew's church, St. Anthony Park, will officiate at Christ Church on Christmas morning, Rev. C. D. Andrews being ill. There will be no Christmas services in St. Matthew's church.
St. Vincent's church, corner Blair and Victoria streets, will sing the following today at solemn high mass at 10:30 a.m.:
The soloists will be as follows: Misses McNally, Broderick and Cannon, sopranos; Miss Mae Broderick, alto; Messrs. Murray and Nolan, tenors; and Messrs. Haas and Elles, bass. Miss Miller deserves credit for her good work in rehearsing the chorus.
At St. James Catholic church, Rev. James A. Fitzpatrick has prepared a rare musical programme for the services at high mass today at 10:30. Seibert's orchestra will accompany the choir. The following is the order of services:
Sermon will be preached by Father Fitzpatrick.
The First Universalist church will have special Christmas music at the services in the Grand opera house Sunday morning. "Away in the Manger," a new song by Schilling, will be given by Miss May Griffiths, the child soprano; "Evening Hours," by Donizetti, will be rendered by Misses Griffiths and Frances Dwelly; "Cantique de Noel," a quartette for tenor voice, piano, organ and cello, will be given by Mr. Lienan, Mrs. Milch, Miss Dohm and Mr. Milch.
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