The Celestial Hymnal


PUBLIC NEWS #1527
Date: 2/24/2012 at 4:38
From: Celestial Crythor Iytha
To : Everyone
Subj: The Celestial Hymnal

Citizens of New Celest and allies of the Light, I am proud to announce a
new publication from the Cantors: The Celestial Hymnal!

Contained within are the hymns that will be sung by the choir at the
soon to be announced services in the Cathedral. Currently, only three
hymns are present (Light Come Reside in Me; Labourers of Light, Arise;
and The Temptation and the Fall) but new hymns will be added twice
yearly, in Juliary and Urlachmar, so that citizens may sing along with
the choir if they'd like. The tentative schedule is as follows:

317 Ave: Sermon #1 given at Deep Blue Cathedral: Topic, "The Holy
Emanations" DONE!
318 Kla: 1st print run of Celestial Hymnal published.
318 Jul: 1 processional & 2 new hymns added to Celestial Hymnal. DONE!
319 Url: 1 new recessional added to Celestial Hymnal.
319 Ave: Sermon #2 given at Deep Blue Cathedral. Topic, "Death and the
Light"
319 Dva: Pervious two sermons recorded on stage, along with all four
hymns.

And, then, from there on out:
Jul: New processional added to Celestial Hymnal.
Url: New mid-service hymn added to Celestial Hymnal.
Ave: Sermon given at Deep Blue Cathedral.
Jul: New mid-service hymn added to Celestial Hymnal.
Url: New recessional added to Celestial Hymnal.
Ave: Sermon given at Deep Blue Cathedral.
Dva: Full two-sermon service recorded on stage, for those that missed a
sermon.

All citizens of Celest and all others with love for the Light are, of
course, invited to attend the service and to sing along with the choir.
Refreshments, as always, will be provided after the service.

Copies of the Celestial Hymnal will be available in the Cantor shop,
Perfect Resonance, for 1000 gold, or from myself personally for the
same. I also invite the all other bookbinders to take a copy and print
off their own copies of the hymnal to distribute to the masses.

Special thanks go to the Celestines for the use of the Cathedral for
sermons, to the Cantors, for the use of their shop and to Culture
Minister Aison for the use of the city stage.

Penned by my hand on the 13th of Klangiary, in the year 318 CE.