On Wednesday, October 31st, at 7:30pm, a Solemn High Votive Requiem Mass will be celebrated at The Oratory of Ave Maria.  The principal celebrant will be Rev. Fr. Robert Tatman, Pastor of The Oratory.  Rev. Fr. Brian T. Austin, FSSP, will be the deacon, and Rev. Fr. Robert McTeigue, SJ, will be the subdeacon.  Music will be provided by the Ave Maria University Chamber Choir, with professional orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Timothy McDonnell.  The Chamber Choir will sing Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s immortal Requiem, along with other selections to cover parts of the Mass not set by Mozart.  All are welcome!

The Ave Maria University Chamber Choir and a professional orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Timothy McDonnell, will perform Mozart’s Requiem in Naples on Tuesday evening, October 30th, at 7:30pm.  The concert will take place at Moorings Presbyterian Church, 791 Harbour Drive, Naples, 34103.  Tickets $25–Purchase in advance or at the door.  Visit or contact the Ave Maria University Bookstore at (239) 304-7032.

Reverend Father Brian T. Austin, FSSP, will celebrate a Missa cantata this coming Sunday, October 28th, at 12:15pm.  This EF Mass for Christ the King Sunday will take place at the Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord, 8121 Cypress Lake Drive, Fort Myers (just around the corner from the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall).  

Special music will be provided by the Ave Maria University Choir, under the direction of Rebecca Ostermann, and the Ave Maria University Women’s Schola Gregoriana, under the direction of Susan Treacy.  The AMU Choir will sing most of the Missa brevis, in D Minor, K. 65, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composed when Mozart was twelve years old.  The Agnus Dei will be a contemporary arrangement of a Gregorian chant Agnus Dei, by Timothy McDonnell.  The AMU Choir will also sing motets by Palestrina and Mendelssohn.  Assisting the AMU Choir will be Lynn Kraehling, university organist, and a student string ensemble of violins and cello.  The AMU Women’s Schola Gregoriana will sing the Gregorian chants proper to the Feast of Christ the King.  All are welcome!