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Nuptial Mass of Chantal Valérie Kuhn and Pablo Martin Rappi Saturday the sixteenth of April Two thousand and five Two o’clock in the afternoon Saint Mary’s.

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1 Nuptial Mass of Chantal Valérie Kuhn and Pablo Martin Rappi Saturday the sixteenth of April Two thousand and five Two o’clock in the afternoon Saint Mary’s Cathedral Austin, Texas

2 Parents of the Bride William and Danièle Kuhn Grandmother of the Bride Mrs. Robert E. Kuhn Maid of Honor Miss Tracy Merrill Bridesmaids Mrs. Caroline O’Bosky-Lindo Mrs. Brandy Shih Miss Jessica Strickel Miss Melissa Hamilton Miss Silvina Rappi Parents of the Groom Arturo and Ester Rappi Best Man Mr. Kyle Simson Groomsmen Mr. William Kuhn Mr. Charles Kuhn Mr. Tommy Bush Readers Mr. Glen Botha Mr. Arturo Rappi Musicians Mr. Phillip Baker, Organist Mrs. Claudia O’Bosky, Soloist Miss Ruth O’Gorman, Flutist Officiant Father Albert Laforet

3 Joyful Gathering Music for Flute and Organ Chorale Prelude for Organ, BWV 645 J. S. Bach Sinfonia from Cantata No. 156 J. S. Bach Air for Four-Handed Organ, BWV 1068 J. S. Bach Meditation from ThaïsMassenet Sheep May Safely Graze, Cantata No. 208 J. S. Bach Entrance Rite Seating of the Mothers Jesu, Joy of Man’s DesiringJ. S. Bach Bridesmaids’ Processional Prince of Denmark’s March Clarke Entrance of the Bride Te Deum Charpentier Greeting and Opening Prayer

4 Liturgy of the Word First Reading “Deep waters cannot quench love, nor floods sweep it away” Song of Solomon 2:9-13, 1:2, 8:6-7 Reader, Mr. Arturo Rappi “My beloved is like a gazelle, or a young stag. Behold, there he stands behind our wall, gazing in at the windows, looking through the lattice. My beloved speaks and says to me: Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away; for lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth, the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land. The fig tree puts forth its figs, and the vines are in blossom; they give forth fragrance. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away. O that you would kiss me with the kisses of your mouth! For your love is better than wine.” “Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm; for love is strong as death, jealousy is cruel as the grave. Its flashes are flashes of fire, a most vehement flame. Deep waters cannot quench love, nor floods sweep it away.” Responsorial Psalm 144 “The Lord is compassionate to all his creatures” Soloist, Mrs. Claudia O’Bosky

5 Liturgy of the Word Second Reading “Love never fails” St. Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians 12:31-13:8a Reader, Mr. Glen Botha “Procurad, pues, los dones mejores. Mas yo os muestro un camino aun mas excelente. La preeminencia del amor. Si yo hablase lenguas humanas y angélicas, y no tengo amor, vengo a ser como metal que resuena, o címbalo que retiñe. Y si tuviese profecía, y entendiese todos los misterios y toda ciencia, y si tuviese toda la fe, de tal manera que trasladase los montes, y no tengo amor, nada soy. Y si repartiese todos mis bienes para dar de comer a los pobres, y si entregase mi cuerpo para ser quemado, y no tengo amor, de nada me sirve. El amor es sufrido, es benigno; el amor no tiene envidia, el amor no es jactancioso, no se envanece; no hace nada indebido, no busca lo suyo, no se irrita, no guarda rencor; no se goza de la injusticia, mas se goza de la verdad. Todo lo sufre, todo lo cree, todo lo espera, todo lo soporta. El amor nunca deja de ser; pero las profecias se acabarán, y cesarán las lenguas, y la ciencia acabará.” Gospel Acclamation “If we love one another, God remains in us” 1 John 4:12 Alleluia Baker

6 Liturgy of the Word Gospel “You are the light of the world” Matthew 5:13-16 Homily Rite of Marriage Exchange of Vows Blessing of the Rings Prayer of the Faithful

7 Liturgy of the Eucharist Offertory Church Sonata I for Organ in E Flat, K. 67Mozart Prayer Over the Gifts Lord’s Prayer Nuptial Blessing Sign of Peace Lamb of God Communion Panis AngelicusFranck

8 Liturgy of the Eucharist Presentation to the Virgin Consecration of our marriage to the prayers of the Virgin Mary Ave MariaBach/Gounod Praye After Communion Concluding Rite Solemn Blessing Closing Meditation Recessional Ode to JoyBeethoven

9 Flowers In loving memory of Chantal’s grandfather, Mr. Robert E. Kuhn, and Pablo’s grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Arturo Rappi and Mr. & Mrs. José Secaud. Dear Friends and Family, We thank you for joining us as we celebrate our love in this beautiful cathedral through the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony. We would not be here without your guidance and support. We are grateful that so many of you have traveled great distances to be with us on the joyful occasion. On this, our special day, we remember those who have passed but whose love and influence are still felt. As we leave this sacred place as husband and wife, we ask for your prayers and best wishes that we may continue to be as happy in our married life together as we are today. Love, Chantal and Pablo

10 Driving Directions From Holiday Inn Express to St. Mary’s Parking downtown will be tight; we recommend allowing 30-40 minutes to arrive downtown and another 15 minutes to secure parking on the street or in a parking garage. The parking meters will be active on Friday evening only. Make a right onto the 290W frontage road and stay in the right lane. Follow the signs for “Loop 1 North.” Go through the first light (Brodie), a second light, and a third light (Southwest Parkway). Shortly thereafter, enter Loop 1 via the entrance ramp on your left. Stay on Loop 1for approximately 3.8 miles. Take the “Cesar Chavez, 1 st St., 5 th St.” Exit and take your first right onto Cesar Chavez/1 st St. Continue for about 1.5 miles, passing the hike and bike trail and Town Lake on you right. Go through the Guadeloupe and Congress intersections and take your next left, Brazos. St. Mary’s is at 10 th and Brazos. From St. Mary’s to Holiday Inn Express Take 10 th St. for one block and turn left onto Congress. Turn right onto 6 th St. and continue for about 1.5 miles following the “Loop 1 South.” After you have driven under the Loop 1 overpass, make a right at the Atlanta Street intersection and bear left immediately to enter Loop 1 South. Continue for approximately 3.6 miles. Take the second exit after the Loop 360/Capital of Texas Highway Exit, called the “290 East, Southwest Parkway” Exit. It follows the “Frontage Road” exit by the Laquinta Inn. Go through the first light (Southwest Parkway), and at the next light, make a left onto the 290E frontage road. There is a Baja Fresh at this corner. Once onto the 290E frontage road, go through the Brodie lane intersection, and after you pass the Kohl’s department store, at the second light on the frontage road, make a U-turn onto the 290W frontage road under the 290 overpass. The Holiday Inn will be on your right. From the Holiday Inn to the Reception The Wildflower Center will not be open to wedding guests until 6P; the parking lot will open at 5:45P. Please allow 25 minutes to get from the Holiday Inn to the Wildflower Center, and another 5 minutes to walk to the reception. Take a right onto the 290W frontage road. Go through the first light (Brodie) and the second light. Make a left under the Loop 1 overpass onto the Loop 1 South frontage road. Go through the intersection. You’ll pass Target on your right. Go through the William Cannon intersection and stay in one of the two left lanes. (the lanes that bear right U-turn under Loop 1.) Go through the next light (Slaughter Lane), and at the third intersection, make a left onto La Crosse Avenue, crossing Loop 1 and coninuing through the next light. The Wildflower Center will be about 0.4 miles on your right. To Houston Austin Bergstrom Int’l Airport To Houston Ben White Blvd. Note: Map not to scale Texas Capitol LOOP 1/MOPAC Expressway St. Mary’s Cathedral 203 East 10 th Street (corner of 10 th and Brazos) Street parking is limited, so please plan to arrive early 6 th Street Brazos 10 th Street 15 th Street William Cannon Slaughter Lane La Crosse Avenue Brodie Cesar Chavez/1 st Street Congress Capital of Texas Hwy San Jacinto Neches Town Lake 4801 La Crosse Avenue Congress

11 Activities Texas State History Museum Congress and 18 th For you history buffs, this is the place to go if you have ever wondered what was the story behind the six flags of Texas. Interactive exhibits, artifacts never publicly displayed before, an IMAX Theatre and the multi-sensory Texas Spirit Theatre bring the myth, legend and fact of the Lone Star State together under one roof. Open Monday through Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday 12-6 p.m. The Ransom Center Guadeloupe & 21 st One of the many museums at the University of Texas. It houses one of the Gutenberg bibles among its many other pieces of antiquity and art. Texas State Capital, Congress Avenue & 11 th Tour the State Capitol of Texas, one of the most beloved landmarks in the Lone Star State. Completed in 1888, the pink granite statehouse stands 311 feet high and is 14 feet higher than our nation’s capitol. Guided tours begin every 30-45 minutes on weekends from 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. from the south entrance foyer. Free admission. LBJ Presidential Library, 2313 Red River Experience life on Capitol Hill as it played out during the days of LBJ at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum. This museum on the University of Texas campus includes thousands of volumes of presidential papers, a scale replica of the Oval Office during his presidency, and a First Lady’s Gallery devoted to the work of Lady Bird Johnson. Open daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Free admission & parking. Historic Driskill Hotel, 6 th & Brazos Enter the lobby of the grand Driskill Hotel to be completely overwhelmed by the elegance of yester-year. Built in 1886 by cattle baron Jesse Driskill, the hotel has accommodated Texas’ elite and politically powerful for more than a century.

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