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PIPORG-L  September 1997, Week 1

PIPORG-L September 1997, Week 1

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The Funeral Service for Princess Diana

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                                [Image] -------------------------------------------------------------------------                          [Image]                          ------------------------------------------------                            The Order of Service for Diana                            Thursday, September 4, 1997; 2:23 p.m. EDT                            LONDON (AP) -- Here is the complete order and                          content of the funeral service for Diana,                          Princess of Wales, on Saturday, Sept. 6.                            Westminster Abbey                            Funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales                            Saturday 6 September 1997                            11:00 a.m.                            During the procession of the cortege from                          Kensington Palace, the Tenor Bell is tolled                          every minute.                            The service is sung by the choir of Westminster                          Abbey, conducted by Martin Neary, organist and                          master of the choristers.                            The organ is played by Martin Baker,                          sub-organist of Westminster Abbey.                            Music before the service, played by Stephen Le                          Prevost, assistant organist, Westminster Abbey:                            --Second Movement (Grave) Organ Sonata, No.2                            Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-47)                            --Prelude on the hymn tune `Eventide'                            Hubert Parry (1848-1918)                            --Adagio in E                            Frank Bridge (1879-1941)                            --Prelude on the hymn tune `Rhosymedre'                            Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)                            --Choral Prelude: Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu                          Christ, BWV639                            Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)                            --Elegy                            George Thalben-Ball (1896-1988)                            Martin Baker plays:                            --Fantasia in C minor BWV537                            Johann Sebastian Bach                            --Adagio in G minor                            Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni (1671-1751)                            --Slow movement, from the Ninth Symphony (`From                          the New World')                            Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)                            --Canon                            Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)                            --Nimrod, Variation 9 arranged from Variations                          on an original theme (Enigma) Op.36                            Edward Elgar (1857-1934)                            --Prelude                            William Harris (1883-1973)                            The members of the Spencer family are received                          at the Great West Door by the dean and chapter                          of Westminster.                            All stand as they are conducted to places in                          the North Lantern, and then sit.                            All stand as the procession of visiting clergy                          moves to places in the sacrarium, and then sit.                            Members of the royal family are received at the                          Great West Door by the dean and chapter of                          Westminster and are conducted to St. George's                          Chapel.                            All stand as they are conducted to places in                          the South Lantern, and then sit.                            Her Majesty the Queen, Her Majesty Queen                          Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and His Royal                          Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,                          are received at the Great West Door by the dean                          and chapter of Westminster.                            All stand as Their Majesties and His Royal                          Highness are conducted to their places in the                          South Lantern.                            All remain standing as the cortege enters the                          Great West Door.                            The Collegiate Body of St. Peter in Westminster                          moves into place in the nave.                            All sing The National Anthem.                            God save our gracious queen                            Long live our noble queen,                            God save the queen.                            Send her victorious,                            Happy and glorious,                            Long to reign over us:                            God save the queen.                            The cortege, preceded by the Collegiate Body,                          moves to the quire and sacrarium, during which                          the Choir sings.                            The Sentences                            I am the resurrection and the life, saith the                          Lord: he that believeth in me, though he were                          dead, yet shall he live; and whosoever liveth                          and believeth in me shall never die. (St. John                          11:25,26)                            I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that he                          shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:                          and though after my skin worms destroy this                          body, yet in my flesh shall I see God; whom I                          shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall                          behold, and not another. (Job 19:25-27)                            We brought nothing into this world, and it is                          certain we can carry nothing out. The Lord                          gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be                          the name of the Lord. (1 Timothy 6: 7; Job 1:                          21)                            William Croft (1678-1727) Organist of                          Westminster Abbey (17-8-27)                            Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts;                          shut not thy merciful ears unto our prayer; but                          spare us, Lord most holy, O God most mighty, O                          holy and most merciful Savior, thou most worthy                          Judge eternal, suffer us not, at our last hour,                          for any pains of death, to fall from thee. Amen                          (Book of Common Prayer)                            Henry Purcell (1659-95) Organist of Westminster                          Abbey 1679-95.                            I heard a voice from heaven, saying unto me,                          Write, From henceforth blessed are the dead                          which die in the Lord: even so saith the                          Spirit; for they rest from their labours.                          Revelation 14:13. William Croft.                            All remain standing. The Very Rev. Dr. Wesley                          Carr, dean of Westminster, says                            The Bidding                            We are gathered here in Westminster Abbey to                          give thanks for the life of Diana, Princess of                          Wales; to commend her soul to almighty God, and                          to seek his comfort for all who mourn. We                          particularly pray for God's restoring peace and                          loving presence with her children, the Princes                          William and Harry, and for all her family.                            In her life, Diana profoundly influenced this                          nation and the world. Although a Princess, she                          was someone for whom, from afar, we dared to                          feel affection, and by whom we were all                          intrigued. She kept company with kings and                          queens, with princes and presidents, but we                          especially remember her humane concerns and how                          she met individuals and made them feel                          significant. In her death she commands the                          sympathy of millions.                            Whatever our beliefs and faith, let us with                          thanksgiving remember her life and enjoyment of                          it; let us re-dedicate to God the work of those                          many charities that she supported; let us                          commit ourselves anew to caring for others; and                          let us offer to him and for his service our own                          mortality and vulnerability.                            All remain standing to sing                            The Hymn                            I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things                          above,                            entire and whole and perfect, the service of my                          love:                            the love that asks no question, the love that                          stands the test,                            that lays upon the altar the dearest and the                          best;                            the love that never falters, the love that pays                          the price,                            the love that makes undaunted the final                          sacrifice.                            And there's another country, I've heard of long                          ago,                            most dear to them that love her, most great to                          them that know;                            we may not count her armies, we may not see her                          King;                            her fortress is a faithful heart, her pride is                          suffering;                            and soul by soul and silently her shining                          bounds increase,                            and her ways are ways of gentleness and all her                          paths are peace.                            Cecil Spring-Rice (1859-1918) Thaxted. Gustav                          Holst (1874-1934).                            All sit.                            Lady Sarah McCorquodale reads:                            If I should die and leave you here awhile,                            Be not like others, sore undone, who keep                            Long vigils by the silent dust, and weep.                            For my sake - turn again to life and smile,                            Nerving thy heart and trembling hand to do                            Something to comfort other hearts than thine.                            Complete those dear unfinished tasks of mine                            And I, perchance, may therein comfort you.                            All remain seated.                            The BBC Singers, together with Lynne Dawson,                          soprano, sing:                            Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna, in die                          illa tremenda quando coeli movendi                            sunt, et terra: dum veneris judicare saeculum                          per ignem.                            Tremens factus sum ego et timeo, dum discussio                          venerit, atque ventura ira.                            Dies illa, dies irae, calamitatis et miseriae,                          dies magna et amara valde.                            Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine, et lux                          perpetua luceat eis.                            (Deliver me, O Lord, from eternal death in that                          dread day when the heavens and the earth shall                          be shaken, and you will come to judge the world                          by fire. I tremble in awe of the judgement and                          the coming wrath. Day of wrath, day of calamity                          and woe, great and exceeding bitter day. Rest                          eternal grant unto them, O Lord, and let                          perpetual light shine upon them.)                            Guiseppe Verdi (1813-1901) from The Requiem.                            All remain seated.                            Lady Jane Fellowes reads:                            Time is too slow for those who wait,                            too swift for those who fear,                            too long for those who grieve,                            too short for those who rejoice,                            but for those who love, time is eternity.                            All stand to sing                            The King of love my Shepherd is,                            whose goodness faileth never;                            I nothing lack if I am his                            and he is mine for ever.                            Where streams of living water flow                            my ransomed soul he leadeth,                            and where the verdant pastures grow                            with food celestial feedeth.                            Perverse and foolish oft I strayed,                            but yet in love he sought me,                            and on his shoulder gently laid,                            and home rejoicing brought me.                            In death's dark vale I fear no ill                            with thee, dear Lord, beside me;                            thy rod and staff my comfort still,                            thy cross before to guide me.                            Thou spread'st a table in my sight;                            thy unction grace bestoweth:                            and O what transport of delight                            from thy pure chalice floweth!                            And so through all the length of days                            thy goodness faileth never:                            good Shepherd, may I sing thy praise                            within thy house for ever.                            Dominus regit me.                            J B Dykes (1823-76) H W Baker (1821-77) Psalm                          23.                            All sit.                            The Right Honorable Tony Blair, MP, Prime                          Minister, reads:                            1 Corinthians 13                            Though I speak with the tongues of men and of                          angels, and have not love, I am become as                          sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And                          though I have the gift of prophecy, and                          understand all mysteries, and all knowledge;                          and though I have all faith, so that I could                          remove mountains, and have not love, I am                          nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to                          feed the poor, and though I give my body to be                          burned, and have not love, it profiteth me                          nothing.                            Love suffereth long, and is kind; love envieth                          not; love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed                          up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh                          not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh                          no evil; rejoiceth not in iniquity, but                          rejoiceth in the truth; beareth all things,                          believeth all things, hopeth all things,                          endureth all things.                            Love never faileth: but whether there be                          prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be                          tongues, they shall cease; whether there be                          knowledge, it shall vanish away. For we know in                          part, and we prophesy in part. But when that                          which is perfect is come, then that which is in                          part shall be done away.                            When I was a child, I spake as a child, I                          understood as a child, I thought as a child:                          but when I became a man, I put away childish                          things. For now we see through a glass, darkly;                          but then face to face: now I know in part; but                          then shall I know even as also I am known. And                          now abideth faith, hope, love, these three; but                          the greatest of these is love.                            All remain seated.                            Candle in the Wind                            Goodbye England's rose;                            may you ever grow in our hearts.                            You were the grace that placed itself                            where lives were torn apart.                            You called out to our country,                            and you whispered to those in pain.                            Now you belong to heaven,                            and the stars spell out your name.                            And it seems to me you lived your life                            like a candle in the wind:                            never fading with the sunset                            when the rain set in.                            And your footsteps will always fall here,                            along England's greenest hills;                            your candle's burned out long before                            your legend ever will.                            Loveliness we've lost;                            these empty days without your smile.                            This torch we'll always carry                            for our nation's golden child.                            And even though we try,                            the truth brings us to tears;                            all our words cannot express                            the joy you brought us through the years.                            Goodbye England's rose,                            from a country lost without your soul,                            who'll miss the wings of your compassion                            more than you'll ever know.                            Bernie Taupin (b 1950) Elton John (b 1947)                            -------------                            The Tribute by The Earl Spencer.                            -------------                            All stand to sing                            The Hymn                            Make me a channel of your peace:                            where there is hatred let me bring your love,                            where there is injury, your pardon, Lord,                            and where there's doubt, true faith in you:                            :: O Master grant that I may never seek                            so much to be consoled as to console;                            to be understood as to understand,                            to be loved, as to love with all my soul!                            Make me a channel of your peace:                            where there's despair in life let me bring                          hope,                            where there is darkness, only light,                            and where there's sadness, ever joy:                            :: (repeat chorus)                            Make me a channel of your peace:                            it is in pardoning that we are pardoned,                            in giving ourselves that we receive,                            and in dying that we're born to eternal life.                            :: (repeat chorus)                            Make me a channel of your peace:                            where there is hatred let me bring your love,                            where there is injury, your pardon, Lord,                            and where there's doubt, true faith in you.                            Sebastian Temple. St Francis of Assisi                          translated by Sebastian Temple.                            All sit.                            The Most Rev. and Right Honorable Dr. George                          Carey, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate                          of All England and Metropolitan, leads                            The Prayers                            For Diana, Princess of Wales:                            We give thanks to God for Diana, Princess of                          Wales; for her sense of joy and for the way she                          gave so much to so many people.                            Lord we thank you for Diana, whose life touched                          us all and for all those memories of her that                          we treasure. We give thanks for those qualities                          and strengths that endeared her to us; for her                          vulnerability; for her radiant and vibrant                          personality; for her ability to communicate                          warmth and compassion; for her ringing laugh;                          and above all for her readiness to identify                          with those less fortunate in our nation and the                          world.                            Lord of the loving: Hear our prayer.                            For her family:                            We pray for those most closely affected by her                          death: for Prince William and Prince Harry who                          mourn the passing of their dearly loved mother;                          for her family, especially for her mother, her                          brother and her sisters.                            Lord we thank you for the precious gift of                          family life, for all human relationships and                          for the strength we draw from one another. Have                          compassion on those for whom this parting                          brings particular pain and the deepest sense of                          loss. Casting their cares on you, may they know                          the gentleness of your presence and the                          consolation of your love.                            Lord of the bereaved: Hear our prayer.                            For the royal family:                            We pray for the members of the royal family,                          for wisdom and discernment as they discharge                          their responsibilities in the United Kingdom,                          the Commonwealth and the world.                            Lord, we commend to you Elizabeth our queen,                          the members of the royal family and all who                          exercise power and authority in our nation.                          Enrich them with your grace, that we may be                          governed with wisdom and godliness: so that in                          love for you and service to each other we may                          each bring our gifts to serve the common good.                            Lord of the nations: Hear our prayer.                            For all who mourn:                            Diana was not alone in losing her young life                          tragically. We remember too her friend, Dodi Al                          Fayed and his family; Henri Paul, and all for                          whom today's service rekindles memories of                          grief untimely borne.                            Lord, in certain hope of the resurrection to                          eternal life, we commend to you all who have                          lost loved ones in tragic circumstances. Give                          them comfort; renew their faith and strengthen                          them in the weeks and months ahead.                            Lord of the broken-hearted: Hear our prayer.                            For the princess's life and work:                            The princess will be especially missed by the                          many charities with which she identified                          herself. We recall those precious images: the                          affectionate cuddle of children in hospital;                          that touch of the young man dying of Aids; her                          compassion for those maimed through the evil of                          land mines -- and many more.                            Lord we pray for all who are weak, poor and                          powerless in this country and throughout the                          world; the sick, among them Trevor Rees-Jones;                          the maimed and all whose lives are damaged. We                          thank you for the way that Diana became a                          beacon of hope and a source of strength for so                          many. We commend to you all those charities                          that she supported. Strengthen the resolve of                          those who work for them to continue the good                          work begun with her.                            Lord of the suffering: Hear our prayer.                            For ourselves:                            ``And now abide faith, hope, love, these three;                          but the greatest of these is love.''                            As we reflect on the princess's compassion for                          others, we pray that we too may be inspired to                          serve as she served.                            Lord we thank you for Diana's commitment to                          others. Give us the same compassion and                          commitment. Give us a steadfast heart, which no                          unworthy thought can drag down; an unconquered                          heart, which no tribulation can wear out; an                          upright heart, which no unworthy purpose can                          tempt aside. Grant us, O Lord, understanding to                          know you, diligence to seek you, wisdom to find                          you, and a faithfulness that may bring us to                          your eternal kingdom.                            Lord of the compassionate: Hear our prayer.                            All remain seated.                            The choristers sing:                            I would be true, for there are those that trust                          me.                            I would be pure, for there are those that care.                            I would be strong, for there is much to suffer.                            I would be brave, for there is much to dare.                            I would be friend of all, the foe, the                          friendless.                            I would be giving, and forget the gift,                            I would be humble, for I know my weakness,                            I would look up, laugh, love and live.                            Air from County Derry in G Petrie: The Ancient                          Music of Ireland (1853) Howard Arnold Walter.                            The Archbishop continues:                            Therefore, confident in the love and mercy of                          God, holding a living faith in God's mighty                          resurrection power, we, the congregation here,                          those in the streets outside and the millions                          around the world, join one another and the                          hosts of heaven, as we say together, in                          whatever language we may choose, the prayer                          which Jesus taught us:                            Our Father, who art in heaven,                            hallowed be thy Name.                            Thy kingdom come,                            thy will be done,                            on earth as it is in heaven.                            Give us this day our daily bread.                            And forgive us our trespasses,                            as we forgive those who trespass against us.                            And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us                          from evil:                            For thine is the kingdom, the power,                            and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen.                            The Archbishop says:                            The Blessing                            The God of peace who brought again from the                          dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the                          sheep, make you perfect in every good work to                          do his will: and the blessing of God almighty,                          the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, be                          with you and all whom you love, this day and                          for evermore. Amen.                            The Hymn                            Guide me, O thou great Redeemer,                            pilgrim through this barren land;                            I am weak, but thou art mighty;                            hold me with thy powerful hand:                            bread of heaven,                            feed me now and evermore.                            Open now the crystal fountain                            whence the healing stream doth flow;                            let the fiery cloudy pillar                            lead me all my journey through:                            strong deliverer,                            be thou still my strength and shield.                            When I tread the verge of Jordan,                            bid my anxious fears subside;                            death of death, and hell's destruction,                            land me safe on Canaan's side:                            songs and praises                            I will ever give to thee.                            Cwm Rhondda. John Hughes (1873-1932) W Williams                          (1717-91) translated by P Williams (1727-96)                          and others.                            Standing before the Catafalque the dean says:                            The Commendation                            Let us commend our sister Diana to the mercy of                          God, our maker and redeemer.                            Diana, our companion in faith and sister in                          Christ, we entrust you to God.                            Go forth from this world in the love of the                          Father, who created you;                            In the mercy of Jesus Christ, who died for you;                            In the power of the Holy Spirit, who                          strengthens you.                            At one with all the faithful, living and                          departed,                            may you rest in peace and rise in glory,                            where grief and misery are banished                            and light and joy evermore abide.                            Amen.                            All remain standing as the cortege leaves the                          church, during which the choir sings:                            Alleluia. May flights of angels sing thee to                          thy rest.                            Remember me O lord, when you come into your                          kingdom.                            Give rest O Lord to your handmaid, who has                          fallen asleep.                            The choir of saints have found the well-spring                          of life, and door of paradise.                            Life: a shadow and a dream.                            Weeping at the grave creates the song:                            Alleluia. Come, enjoy rewards and crowns I have                          prepared for you.                            John Tavener (b 1944) extracts from William                          Shakespeare: Hamlet and the Orthodox Funeral                          Service.                            At the west end of the church the cortege halts                          for the minute's silence, observed by the                          nation.                            The half-muffled bells of the abbey church are                          rung.                            All remain standing as the processions move to                          the west end of the church.                            Music after the service:                            Prelude in C minor BWV 546. Johann Sebastian                          Bach                            Maestoso, from Symphonie No.3. Camille                          Saint-Saens (1835-1921)                            Members of the congregation are requested to                          remain in their places until invited by the                          stewards to move.                                 ) Copyright 1997 The Associated Press                          [Spacer]                                          Back to the top ------------------------------------------------------------------------- [WashingtonPost.com] [I[Image] [Navigation image map]  

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