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Youth Rally at Ninian Park, Cardiff

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A Youth Rally to celebrate
' His Holiness ' the Pope's visit to Cardiff. Presented by Gerald Prlestland with two studio guests. The scene at Ninian Park Is described by Alun Williams with John Hosken. Peter Jones will be on the motorcade from Ninian Park to Rhoose Airport.
The Holy Father's arrival at the stadium will be greeted by a fanfare.
Opening song: How lovely on the mountains
(Leonard J. Smith )
Presentation and Address The call of Samuel, interpreted in movement and music
(Samuel 3, vv 1-18)
Hymn: Oh the word of my Lord (Damian Lundy ) Presentation prayer
Gospel Processional Song (Ernest Sands)
Gospel: John 15, vv 1-17 Address by the Holy Father
Choir: Motet: Jubilate Deo (Mozart)
Act of Dedication
A scroll will be presented to the Holy Father, during which the following will be sung:
Sing to the world (Patrick Lee , Ernest Sands ) Prayers Blessing
As the Holy Father is driven around the stadium, the young people will sing: The spirit lives to set us free (Damian Lundy )
Give me joy in my heart (trad)
Seek ye first the kingdom of God (Karen Lasserty) We're the church of today (John Marsland , Ernest Sands)
BRASS AND WIND ORCHESTRA Of GOLDSMITH COLLEGE, LONDON
THE YOUTH CHOIR
Organist PETER MORRISON Leader of LASALLIAN
RESOURCE DAMIAN LUNDY
Conductor MARK SHANAHAN Director of Music ERNEST SANDS

Contributors

Presented By: Gerald Prlestland
Unknown: Alun Williams
Unknown: John Hosken.
Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Leonard J. Smith
Unknown: Damian Lundy
Unknown: Patrick Lee
Unknown: Ernest Sands
Unknown: Damian Lundy
Unknown: John Marsland
Organist: Peter Morrison
Conductor: Damian Lundy
Conductor: Mark Shanahan

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Youth Rally at Ninian Park, Cardiff

BBC Radio 4 FM, 2 June 1982 16.00






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