The idea came up to have a Sung Mass for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross at a certain upcoming homeschool camp.

Overview

Here’s the PDF booklet assembling all the bits. Also this one arranged for printing as a booklet.

If you’re more into having all the text in Latin and English, then Maternal Heart Parish, Lewisham, offers this booklet from their exhaustive collection of Resources.

Here’s a generic overview of all the parts of the Sung Mass.

Ordinaries

Here a dedicated singer/organist runs through the Big Four: Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Agnus Dei:

Kyrie

Here is a good run through of the Kyrie with the written music on the screen:

Gloria

Credo

Here is the first musician singing Credo 1:

Sanctus

Agnus Dei

Hymns

The hymns are more added extras rather than essential pieces of a sung Mass. Even though they are in Latin, they are a bit easier to master as the tune is the same for each verse. St Ambrose is credited with inventing hymns to strengthen the faithful.

Vexilla Regis

Adoro te

Propers

Introit

Gradual and Alleluia

Offertory

Communion