Music for the Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time Year A 8th/9th July 2017

Entrance: A Place at the Table (Shirley Erena Murray – Lori True) AOV NG 1

Psalm 144 (McKenna)

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I will praise your name forever, my king and my God.

Gospel Acclamation: Celtic Alleluia (O’Carroll/Walker) AOV 1/13

Gifts: Come to Me (Norbet) AOV 1/37

Communion: Bread Broken, Wine Shared (Horner) AOV 2/155

Prayer for Peace (Haas) AOV 1/91

Recessional: Hearts on Fire  (Mangan) AOV NG 62

 

Meanwhile at the other church we attend in Tasmania:

Come to the Water AOV 1/71

Eat This Bread AOV 1/125

The Lord is My Shepherd AOV 1/26

We Are Called AOV 2/60

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2 Responses to Music for the Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time Year A 8th/9th July 2017

  1. Ryan says:

    I had a wedding so this weekend I went to a different parish and there were two Baptisms during the Mass. Lots of sacraments this weekend. Here’s what we sang:

    Gathering: Rain Down (Cortez)

    Mass Setting: Mass of Renewal (Stephan)
    Psalm: I Will Praise Your Name (Alonso)

    After the Baptisms: You Are God’s Work of Art (Haas)

    Gifts: Come to Me (Joncas)

    Communion: All Who Hunger (Moore/Dunstan)
    Open My Eyes (Manibusan)

    Closing: Christ, Be Our Light (Farrell)

    Just for fun, here’s the wedding music…

    Gathering: We Come to Your Feast (Joncas)

    Mass Setting: Mass of Creation (Haugen)
    Psalm: I Have Loved You (Joncas)
    Alleluia: Celtic Alleluia (O’Carroll/Walker)

    Gifts: Wherever You Go (Haas)

    Communion: One Bread, One Body (Foley)
    How Beautiful (Paris) – soloist

    Instrumental Recessional

  2. R.S. says:

    opening: O God Beyond all Praising (Perry; thaxted)
    offertory: Like a Shepherd (Dufford)
    communion: Come to me (Norbet), Jesus, Lord (Debruyn)
    closing: I Sing the Mighty Power of God (Watts; ellacombe)

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