Pope Francis will preside at Mass this Friday for the celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The Misa Criolla will be sung, as Pray Tell earlier reported.
Here is the leaflet for the service. The Latin introit Salve, sancta Parens (“Hail, holy Mother”) is sung – interestingly, after the vernacular congregational hymn. The schola is singing the proper offertorium, Diffusa est gratia (“Grace has been poured out”). And the Latin communio Gloriosa dicta sunt (“Glorious things are said”) is the first piece at communion, followed by “Pescador de Hombres.” (No copyright permission is indicated for that, btw!) Apart from these three weighty Latin propers, the entire Mass is in Spanish, both spoken and sung elements.
All the movements of the Misa Criolla are being sung at the Mass with Pope Francis – the choir is singing the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei.