Hugh MacKenzie, Archie A. MacKenzie, Joseph A. Gillis, Sister Jane MacKenzie, Margaret MacKenzie recite the Rosary
Although there was no practice for this, it was very piously recited.
Litany and Acts by the same people as above. It was good to hear the prayers in Gaelic!
Sister Jane Mackenzie speaks. "Recording of the Rosary was made possible by the courtesy of Mr.Joe Gillis, Sydney, and was recited at the home of Archie Mackenzie.
Meditations by Hugh MacKenzie (Gaelic)
Night prayers by Anthony MacKenzie of East Bay. Calls upon God's mercy and protection for the family. If anyone should die they should wake in the arms of God.
Next prayer will be the Acts (Humility, etc.) in Gaelic by Hugh MacKenzie.
Hugh MacKenzie, Anthony MacKenzie, and Joe Gillis recite the Our Father, Hail Mary, and the Creed.
Hugh MacKenzie tells us: "You had no book, Anthony." No, he didn't - prayers said were learned at his mother's knee.
Hugh MacKenzie tells us: "This is the prayer we recited when leaving the house at night."
Anthony MacKenzie recites prayer said before retiring at night.
Hugh MacKenzie recites prayer of thanks giving.
Anthony MacKenzie recites the Act of Contrition.
Hugh MacKenzie introduces Anthony Mackenzie who will sing a Gaelic song. "This song was composed by Mrs. MacKinnon of Big Pond because the people of that area missed Father Neil MacLeod after he had been sent to Rome."
Anthony MacKenzie sings (Religious song)
Anthony MacKenzie recited "Hymn to the Holy Ghost"
Hugh MacKenzie recites the Nicene Creed, Confiteor, and continued with the Prayer before the Crucifix.
Divine Praises: De Profundis (Hugh MacKenzie)
Litany of the Guardian Angels (Hugh MacKenzie)
Anthony MacKenzie sings a lament composed by Rev. Angus MacDoald's sister in Barra, Scotland in the latter part of the 18th century. She later married a MacKinnon and settled in Rear Christmas Island.
Hugh MacKenzie says the "Anthony MacKenzie is over 80 years of age and his memory is remarkable...The lament he just sang was learned from his mother."