Music for the Fifth Week of Easter Year A 13th/`14th May 2017

Entrance: Summoned By Love (O’Brien/Watts) AOV 2/18

Psalm: Psalm 32 (McKenna)

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Lord, let your mercy be on us, as we place our trust in you.

Gospel Acclamation: Alleluia No. 1 (Fishel) AOV 1/15

Gifts: A Trusting Psalm (Bates) AOV 1/115

Communion: Lord, to Whom Shall We Go (Herry) AOV 1/6

One Body (O’Brien- Watts) AOV 2/146

Thanksgiving: Lift Up Your Hearts (O’Connor) AOV 1/156

Recessional: Sing of the Lord’s Goodness (Sands) AOV 1/131

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3 Responses to Music for the Fifth Week of Easter Year A 13th/`14th May 2017

  1. Lord, let your mercy be on us, as we place our trust in you.

    Amen

  2. R.S. says:

    opening: Sing to the Mountains (Dufford)
    offertory: Where my Father Lives (Ridge)
    communion: Mary’s Song (Rieth), Like a Child Rests (Walker)
    closing: Church of God, Elect and Glorious (Seddon; hyfrydol)

  3. Ryan says:

    Continuing the First Communion circuit, today I was at the Cathedral parish…

    Gathering: I Know That My Redeemer Lives (Medley; DUKE STREET)

    Mass Setting: Mass in Honor of St. Benedict (LeBlanc)
    Psalm: Lord, Let Your Mercy Be on Us (Ostrowski)
    Alleluia (Proulx) – Hymnary lists it as (Proulx 17151)

    Gifts: Be Joyful, Mary (REGINA CAELI)

    Communion: Eat This Bread (Berthier)

    The recessional was just an organ postlude.

    Conveniently they also publish the songs for the “family Mass” in the worship aid, so here are those selections, which would have made much more sense at First Communion than what we got, but… *sigh*

    Gathering: I Know That My Redeemer Lives (Medley; DUKE STREET)

    Mass Setting: Mass of the Angels and Saints (Janco)
    Psalm: Lord, Let Your Mercy Be on Us (Guimont)

    Gifts: We Have Been Told (Haas)

    Communion: Eat This Bread (Berthier)

    Closing: Sing Out, Earth and Skies (Haugen)

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