A traditional Anglican Choral Eucharist will be celebrated every Sunday beginning September 9 at Sacre-Coeur Church at 1:45 pm in Toronto. The rite is that of the Anglican Use from the Book of Divine Worship as approved for use by the CDF - sacral or "Prayer Book" English texts adapted to conform with Catholic liturgical norms.
A four part choir under the direction of Peter Mahon will sing the ordinary and propers for the weekly Mass as the Toronto Anglican Use Sodality develops its liturgical offerings which began in May of this year.
A children's programme and refreshments following Mass will be offered each Sunday as the Sodality welcomes all those, Anglicans, Lutherans and others who are exploring full communion with the Catholic Church in response to our Lord's prayer ut unam sint -- that they all may be one.
Under the direction of Toronto A.U. Sodality Chaplain Fr. Eric Rodrigues and thanks to the assistance of the Archdiocese of Toronto and the Oratory of St. Philip Neri, priests with knowledge of the Anglican liturgy and patrimonial music provide for the weekly celebration of Sunday Mass.
Here is a clip of the last Choral Eucharist before the summer - Corpus Christi, June 10: