Thanks to all that prayed for my choir, we ended up doing fine except for a small train wreck near the end. We ended together on the right pitches which generally leaves the congregation with the impression that you did it correctly… at least I hope. Start well, end well and people will probably forgive you for what’s in the middle.
Connected Tidbit: did you know the Vatican II documents encourage the use of chant and sacred polyphony in the Mass. Tell that to someone next time they tell you the choir shouldn’t be “performing those Latin pieces” or they say, “chants are so boring.” There’s plenty of Happy Fun Masses out there if you think chant is boring. And you can tell them they are not speaking in the spirit of Vatican II. Shazam!