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1 SAINT MEINRAD Entrance and s for the Church Year Modal Settings of Roman Missal Texts in Modern Notation SET TO MUSIC BY COLUMBA KELLY, OSB

2 CONTENTS Advent 4 Christmas Time 8 Lent 16 Holy Week 26 Easter Time 30 Ordinary Time 43 The Solemnities of the Lord during Ordinary Time 92 Proper of Saints 97 Antiphon texts from the English translation of The Roman Missal 2010, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation (ICEL). All rights reserved. Used with permission. texts and all music settings by Columba Kelly, OSB, 2012, Saint Meinrad Archabbey. Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Published with the approval of the Committee on Divine Worship, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. John J. Limb, Publisher Joanne Osborn, Manager, Publishing Plan Eric Schumock, Director, Music Development and Outreach Rick Modlin, Manager, Music Development Barbara Bridge, Associate Director, Liturgical Music Resources John Vogler, Director, Product Development Angela Westhoff-Johnson, Manager, Music Editorial Craig Kingsbury, Project Editor Travis Powers, Editing Assistance Tia Regan, Manager, Music Engraving David Brallier, Engraver Judy Urben, Art Director Stephanie Miller, Graphic Design 2014, OCP 5536 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR (503) ocp.org Saint Meinrad Entrance and s for the Church Year Assembly Edition edition Keyboard Accompaniment Book edition Compact Disc (selections) edition Edition EBM 07/14

3 INTRODUCTION The texts for these antiphons have been taken directly from the revised Roman Missal. The melodies are, for the most part, inspired by the Latin Gregorian chants found in the Roman Gradual. They follow the modality and imitate the melodic patterns of the original Latin chants. Now, however, they use the rhythm and the flow of Midwestern American English. Both the text and the music for the shorter congregational refrains are based on the antiphons to which they are attached. The refrains should be sung as if speaking the text with great conviction and the natural rhythm of the words, a form of sung speech. Each word accent should be given its due intensity, while all the other syllables should then flow rapidly either to or from that accent. The final word accent in each phrase will receive less intensity and will bring the phrase to a soft ending. When there are two or more notes over a syllable, the singer should move quickly from the first note to the last note, which is then given the full length of time for the syllable. The same manner of singing will hold whether it is a strongly accented syllable or a weak one. Even with an accented syllable, the last note will be longer and lighter. Repeated notes over a single syllable are to be sung as separate vowel sounds (e.g., God is to be sung as: Gah-ahd ). These notes will have a staccato mark (a dot) over them. Sometimes the staccato mark will have a tenuto (a small dash) over it, which indicates that these repeated notes are to be sung with greater intensity. Move quickly to the final repetition as the goal of the rhythmic motion (i.e., like saying: ah-ah! ). A tenuto used separately over a note indicates that the note should be stretched a bit in length, louder for an accented syllable and softer for an unaccented syllable. A note with a wavy line over it marks the quilisma sign, which is actually a question mark; it indicates a note to be glided over lightly with strong emphasis on the note that follows. Practice the two notes by saying in a shocked voice: OH? When in doubt about how to sing the melody, ask yourself: How would I speak this text meaningfully? Then first, speak that text and only then sing it. The goal is to have a lively musical dialogue between the people s refrain and the choir or soloist s psalm verses and the antiphon. 3

4 ADVENT Mode 8 b - To you, I lift up my soul, b trust b - ed; First Sunday of Advent - O my God. let me not be put to shame..-.- en -e -mies ex - ult o -ver me; b - - (Psalm 25[24]) be put to shame. b To you, O God, I lift up my soul. Mode Cf. Ps. 25(24):1 3 In you, I have Nor let my - and let none who hope in you The Lord will be - stow his boun - ty, earth shall yield its in - crease. (Psalm 85[84]).-. - and Ps. 85(84):13 our O Lord, you have fa - vored your land. 4

5 Second Sunday of Advent Mode 7 b b b.. - O peo - ple of Si - on, be-hold, b b b come to save the na - tions, b b b (Psalm 80[79]) glo - ry of his voice b b b The Lord Mode 2 will come b b b heard - - to save his peo - ple.. Cf. Is. 30:19, 30 the Lord will and the Lord will make the in the joy of your heart. Bar. 5:5, 4:36 Je - ru - sa -lem, a - rise and stand up - on the b b b heights, b b b - - you (Psalm 147B[147]) from God. b b b Be - hold the joy - and be - hold the joy which comes to you from God. which comes to 5

6 Third Sunday of Advent Mode 1 Re - joice in the Lord al - ways; a - gain I say, (Psalm 85[84]) - - re-joice. In - deed, n Re - joice, re - joice in the Lord; Mode 7 (Isaiah 35) Say to the faint of heart:. - n Be strong Be - hold, our God will come, Be -hold, our God will come, the Lord for he comes!. - is near. Phil. 4:4 5 Cf. Is. 35:4 and do not fear. and he will save us. and he will save us. 6

7 Fourth Sunday of Advent Mode1 -. n Drop down dew n n A you heav - ens, Just One; forth a Sav - ior. (Psalm 19[18]) Cf. Is. 45:8 n from a - bove, n. and let the clouds rain down the let the earth be o - pened Let the earth bring forth Mode 1 a Sav - ior. Be-hold, a Vir-gin shall con -ceive and his name (Psalm 19[18]; or Luke 1:46 55). - Be - hold,. - n - and bring n n and bear a son; will be called Em-man - u - el. the Lord our God is with us! Is. 7:14 7

8 Mode 2 8 b b b. - CHRISTMAS TIME December 25 The Nativity of the Lord [Christmas] At the Mass during the Night The Lord said to me: You are my Son. b b b. -. It is I who have be -got - ten you this day. (Psalm 2:1, 6 7, 9 11) b b b Or: Bless-ed are we Mode 1 who trust in the Lord! n Let us all re - joice in the Lord, for our Sav - - has been born in the world. - - has come down to us (Psalm 2:1, 6 7, 9 11) To-day n true from heav - en. Ps. 2:7 - n peace To - day, a Sav -ior has been born for us, al - le - lu - ia! - ior

9 Mode The Word be - came flesh, his glo - ry. (Psalm 98[97]; or Psalm 147B[147]) and we have seen The Word be-came flesh, and is dwell-ing a -mong us. Mode 7 At the Mass during the Day Jn. 1:14 Cf. Is. 9:5 & # - -. A child is born for us, and a son is & # - giv - en to us; his scep-ter of pow - er rests up-on his & # - - shoul & #. Mes (Psalm 98[97]; or Isaiah 9:1 2, 5 6) & # - der, - and his name will be called - - m of great coun sel. - sen -ger - A child is born for us, who is the Sav - ior of the world! 9

10 Mode 1 All the ends of the earth of our God. (Psalm 98[97]) The ends of the earth Mode Cf. Ps. 98(97):3 have seen the sal - va - tion have seen the sal - va - tion of our God. The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph & # # # - & # # The shep - herds went in haste, and found Ma - ry and Jo Lk. 2:16 - seph and the In - fant ly - ing in a man - ger. (Psalm 128[127] or Psalm 68[67]:2, 5 7, 33 36) & # # We are like shoots of the ol ive a-round the ta - ble of the Lord. 10

11 Mode 2 b b b - Our God b b b (Psalm 98[97]) and lived a - mong us. b b b Our God Mode 2 b b has ap - peared on the earth, has ap - peared and lives a - mong us. January 1 Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God - m - Hail, Ho - ly Moth - er, King (Psalm 45[44]:2, 11, 12) Bar. 3:38 who gave birth to the who rules heav -en and earth for ev - er. b All your chil -dren will praise you from age to age. 11

12 Or: Mode 7 & # To & # born - day a light will shine up -on us, for us; & #.. Prince of peace, & # and his reign will be (Psalm 93[92]; or Isaiah 9:1-3, 5-6) Cf. Is. 9:1, 5; Lk. 1:33 for the Lord - and he will be called Won - drous God, & # To - day, a light has shone up - on us. Mode 4 b Fa - ther of fu - ture a - ges: - - with - out end. Je - sus Christ is the same yes-ter-day, to -day, b - and for ev - er. (Luke 1:46 55) b Your reign, O Lord, will be with - out end. is Heb. 13:8 12

13 The Epiphany of the Lord Mode 8 b - A-rise, Je -ru -sa-lem, At the Vigil Mass b. and look - to the East and see your chil - dren gath - ered - b to the set - ting of the sun. (Psalm 72[71]:1 11) b All kings Mode 7 - shall bring him gifts. - Cf. Bar. 5:5 from the ris ing Cf. Rev. 21:23 The bright - ness of God il - lu -mined the ho - ly cit. - y Je - ru - sa -lem, and the na - tions - - walk by its light. (Psalm 72[71]) The na - tions will walk by its light. will 13

14 The Epiphany of the Lord Mode 2 b b b b b b n At the Mass during the Day Be - hold, the Lord, the Might - y One, come; - - and king - ship b b b pow- er and do - min - ion. (Psalm 72[71]:1 11) b b b The kings of all the earth Mode 4 b b We have seen gifts his star (Psalm 72[71]; or Psalm 97[96]) b We have seen his star, is in his grasp, shall bring him - in the East, Cf. Mal. 3:1; 1 Chr. 29:12 gifts. has and Cf. Mt. 2:2 and have come with - - to a - dore the Lord. let us a - dore the Lord. 14

15 The Baptism of the Lord Mode 8 b b - Af -ter the Lord was bap-tized, the heav-ens were o - pened, b like b Cf. Mt. 3:16 17 and the Spir - it de -scend - ed up - on him a dove, This is my be - lov - ed Son, b - well pleased. (Psalm 45[44]; or Psalm 29[28]:1 4, 10 11) b and the voice of the Fa -ther thun - This is my be - lov - ed Son, lis - ten to him! Mode 2 b b b Be - hold the One b b b - seen and tes - ti - fied (Psalm 29[28]; or Psalm 104[103]) b b b We have seen and be - lieve dered: with whom I am of whom John said: - - that this is the Son Jn. 1:32, 34 I have - - of God. that you are the Son of God! 15

16 Mode 1 16 LENT Ash Wednesday - - m - You are mer - ci -ful to all, O Lord, and de-spise - noth - - Wis. 11:24, 23, 26 - You o ver - ing that you have made. - - n n look peo - ple s sins, to bring them to re -pen - tance, - and you spare - - our (Psalm 57[56]) God. Be mer - ci - ful, O Lord, Mode 3 them, b - He who pon - ders - for you are the Lord for we have sinned. b - - day b - (Psalm 1) fruit b the law of the Lord and night will Cf. Ps. 1:2 3 yield - - in due sea - son. and your law is my de light. We pon -der your law, O Lord, -

17 First Sunday of Lent Mode 8 b -. When he calls on me, b - -. I will de - liv - er him b - glo (Psalm 91[90]) ry, b - Show us, O Lord, Mode 3 Cf. Ps. 91(90):15-16 I will an - swer him; I will grant him length your sav - ing pow - er. and b One does not live on bread a - lone, b ev - ery word b mouth of God. (Psalm 19[18]) b For you, O Lord, give him of days. - - but Cf. Mt. 4:4 on - that comes forth from the are my ref - uge. 17

18 Or: Mode 3 b - Cf. Ps. 91(90):4 The Lord will con - ceal you with his pin - ions, b and un - der his wings (Psalm 91[90]) b For you, O Lord, - you will trust. are my ref - uge. Second Sunday of Lent Mode 3 Cf. Ps. 27[26]:8-9 b Of you my heart has spo - ken: b Seek his face. b (Psalm 27[26]) that I seek; b It is your face, O Lord, - - hide not your face from me. The Lord is full of com-pas - sion for those who seek him. 18

19 Or: Mode 4 b b Cf. Ps. 25(24):6, 2, 22 Re-mem-ber your com-pas -sion, O Lord, and your mer -ci -ful love, for they are b - from of old. Let not our en - e -mies - ex - ult o - ver us. Re - deem us, b (Psalm 25[24]) Is - ra - el, - b O God - from all our dis tress. Re - deem us, O Lord, from all our dis - tress. Mode 1 This is my be - lov - ed Son, well pleased; (Psalm 45[44]; or Psalm 29[28]; or Psalm 89[88]) lis - ten to him. This is my be - lov - ed Son, - lis ten to him. of Mt. 17:5 with whom I am 19

20 Third Sunday of Lent Mode 7 & # My eyes & # - - Lord, & # snare. & # on me, - Turn Cf. Ps. 25[24]: are al - ways on the to me for he res - cues my feet from the and have mer for I am a - lone & # and (Psalm 26[25]) poor. & # Or: My eyes are al - ways on the Lord. Mode 3 b When I prove my ho - li -ness a -mong you, b - gath - er you from all the for - eign lands; b - pour clean wa - ter up - on you b you b give - from all your im - pu - ri - ties, you a new spir - it, says - the Lord. cy Cf. Ez. 36:23 26 I will and I will and cleanse and I will - (Psalm 34[33]) 20

21 b I will give you a new spir - it, When the Gospel of the Samaritan woman is read: Mode 7 says the Lord. For an -y -one who drinks it, says the Lord, the wa - I shall give (Isaiah 12) will be-come in him well - ing up - - We drink from the spring When another Gospel is read: Mode 8 b to e ter nal life. of e - ter - nal life. a spring Jn. 4:13 14 ter - Cf. Ps. 84(83):4 5 The spar - row finds a home, and the swal - low a nest b for her young: b King and my God. b dwell in your house, (Psalm 84[83]) b Bless - ed are they by your al - tars, O Lord of hosts, my Bless - ed are they who - for ev - er sing - ing your praise. who dwell in your house. 21

22 Fourth Sunday of Lent Mode 5 & # # - - Re - joice, Je - ru - sa - lem, & # # - - love her. & # # N & # # who were in mourn - ing; N # Be joy - ful, ex - Cf. Is. 66:10 11 and all who - all # ult sat - is - fied - - (Psalm 122[121]; or Isaiah 66:10 14) & # # Re - joice, O Je - ru - sa -lem, and at her con sol ing breast. all you When the Gospel of the Man Born Blind is read: Mode 6 - The Lord a -noint - ed my eyes: - washed, - - lieved in God. (Psalm 146[145]:1 2, 5 8) It is the Lord I saw who love her. who o - pens the eyes of the blind. be Cf. Jn. 9:11, 38 I went, I and I be - 22

23 When the Gospel of the Prodigal Son is read: Mode 8 b b You must re joice, broth -er was dead b - (Psalm 32[31]) he was lost b my - son, Lk. 15:32 for your - - and has come to life; and is found. Re -joice in the Lord; ex - ult, all you peo - ple. When another Gospel is read: Mode 7 - Cf. Ps. 122(121):3 4 Je - ru - sa -lem is built as a cit - y bond - ed as one to - geth - er. tribes go up, It is there that the the tribes of the Lord, praise the name of the Lord. (Psalm 32[31]) O Je - ru - sa - lem, re - joice in the Lord, our God! to 23

24 Fifth Sunday of Lent Mode 4 b - - Give me jus - tice, O God, and plead my cause a-gainst b - Cf. Ps. 43(42):1 2 na -tion that is faith - less. From the de -ceit - ful and cun - ning b res (Psalm 43[42]) cue me, b - You, O God, for you, O God, are my strength. When the Gospel of Lazarus is read: Mode are my strength. Ev - ery - one who lives and be - lieves in me n - n - - will not die - - says the (Psalm 130[129]) Lord. Out of the depths - for ev - er, I cry to you, O Lord. a Cf. Jn. 11:26 24

25 When the Gospel of the Adulterous Woman is read: Mode 8 b - - b Has no one No one, b - - con - demned you, wom -. Lord. From now on, (Psalm 32[31]) b In you, O Lord, When another Gospel is read: Mode 5, Nei-ther shall I con-demn sin no more. I take ref - uge. & # #. A - men, A - men & # # # Jn. 8:10 11 an? you. Jn. 12:24 I say to you: Un-less a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, & # # it re - mains a sin - gle grain. & # # it bears much fruit. (Psalm 17[16]) & # # Hide me in the shad - ow of your wings. - But if it dies, 25

26 HOLY WEEK Antiphon Mode 7 26 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord b First Form: The Procession Ho-san - na to the Son of Da - vid; bless-ed b in the name of the Lord, is he who comes -. the King of Is - ra - el. b Ho -san - na in the high - est. (Psalm 118[117]) b Antiphon 1 Mode Ho -san - na in the high - est. The chil-dren of the He - brews, car - ry - ing ol - ive branch - es, went to meet the Lord, Ho -san - na in the high - est. (Psalm 24[23]) Ho -san - na in the high - est. Mt. 21:9 cry - ing out and say - ing:

27 Antiphon 2 Mode 1 The chil-dren of the He - brews spread their gar - ments on the road, cry - ing out and say - ing: - - Da (Psalm 47[46]) - vid; bless -ed is he who comes Ho -san - na in the high - est. Mode 2 Third Form: The Simple Entrance b b b Six days be-fore the Pass - o - ver, b b b n Ho san na to the Son of in the name of the Lord. Cf. Jn. 12:1, 12 13; Ps. 24(23):9 10 when the Lord came in - to the cit - y of Je - ru - sa -lem, the chil - b b b ran to meet him; b b b palm branch - es b b b dren in their hands they car - ried and with a loud voice n cried out: *Ho - san - na in the high - est! Bless - ed are you, b b b who have come in your a - bun - dant mer - cy! b b b 27

28 b b b Third Form: The Simple Entrance (cont.) b b b 28 O gates, lift high your heads; b b b doors. grow high - er, an - cient Let him en - ter, the king of glo - ry! b b b Who is this king of glo - ry? b b b n n He, the Lord of hosts, he is the king of glo - ry. *Ho - san - na b b b n in the high - est! Bless-ed are you, b b b in your a - bun - dant mer - cy! b b b who have Let him en - ter, the King of glo - ry! Mode 8 b - Fa b - pass b - be (Psalm [22]21; or Psalm 116b[115]) come - - ther, if this chal - ice can - not - with - out my drink - ing it, - - done. b O Lord, make haste to help me. your will Mt. 26:42

29 Thursday of the Lord s Supper At the Evening Mass Mode 4 Cf. Gal. 6:14 & We should glo - ry in the Cross of our Lord Je - sus Christ, & b N in whom is our sal - va - tion, life and res - ur - &. rec - tion, through & - and de - liv - ered. (Psalm 67[66]) & By your cross and res -ur -rec - Mode 8 b whom tion, - we are saved save us, O Lord! 1 Cor. 11:24 25 This is the Bod - y that will be giv -en up for you; b this is the Chal - ice of the new cov - e - nant b in my Blood, b says the Lord; - when-ev - er you re - ceive it, in mem - o - ry of me. (Psalm 23[22]); or Psalm 116B(115) b do this, You have pre-pared a ta - ble for me, my cup is o - ver-flow-ing. 29

30 EASTER TIME Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord Mode 6 The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night - 1 Cor. 5:7 8 Christ our Pass - o - ver has been sac - ri - ficed; there-fore let us keep the feast with the un-leav-ened bread pu - ri - ty and truth, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 118[117]; or Psalm 66[65]) - Al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. Mode 4 &.. -. At the Mass during the Day I have ris - en, & al - le - lu - ia. & Cf. Ps. 139(138):18, 5 6 and I am with you still, You. -. hand up - on me, al - le - lu - ia. & - of have laid your -. Too won - der - ful for me, this knowl - edge, & al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. - (Psalm 139[138]) 30

31 & Or: Christ has ris - en, Mode 6 and is here in our midst! The Lord is tru - ly ris - en, al - le - lu - ia. Lk. 24:34; cf. Rev. 1:6 To him be glo - ry and pow - er for all the a - ges of e - ter - ni - ty, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 98[97]) The Lord is tru - ly ris - en, al - le - lu - ia! Mode 6-1 Cor. 5:7 8 Christ our Pass - o - ver has been sac - ri - ficed; there-fore let us keep the feast with the un-leav-ened bread pu - ri - ty and truth, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 118[117]; or Psalm 66[65]) - Al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. of 31

32 Mode 6 Second Sunday of Easter (Sunday of Divine Mercy) - Like new - born in - fants, you must long - for the pure, spir -i -tual milk, to sal - va - tion, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 81[80]) Or: 1 Pt. 2:2 that in him you may grow Al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. Mode 4 b 4 Esdr. 2:36 37 Re - ceive the joy of your glo - ry, giv - ing thanks to b God, b (Psalm 78[77]) who has called you al - le - lu - ia. b Al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. in - to the heav-en -ly king - dom, 32

33 Mode Bring your hand nails, liev (Psalm 118[117]) - Cf. Jn. 20:27 and feel the place of the and do not be un - be - liev - ing but be ing, al - le - lu - ia. Al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. Mode 8 b Third Sunday of Easter Cry out with joy to God, b all the earth; O Cf. Ps. 66(65):1 2 sing to the glo - ry of his name. O ren - der him glo - ri - ous b - praise, (Psalm 66[65]) b Cry out with joy, al - le - lu - ia. all the earth! 33

34 Mode 1 The dis - ci - ples rec - og -nized the Lord Je - sus - in the break-ing of the bread, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 27[26]) I will sing and make mu - sic for the Lord. Optional for Year B: Mode 1 The Christ had to suf - fer n n rise from the dead; A and re - mis-sion of sins in his name and on the third day must, na - tions, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 96[95]) n O sing to the Lord; be preached bless his name. Lk. 24:35 Lk. 24:46 47 re - pen - tance to all the 34

35 Optional for Year C: Mode 8 b - - Je b Come Cf. Jn. 21: sus said to his dis - ci - ples: and eat. b - (Psalm 78[77]) and gave it to them, b Taste and see Mode And he took bread al - le - lu - ia. that the Lord is good. Fourth Sunday of Easter b The mer - ci - ful love of the Lord b word of b (Psalm 33[32]) the Lord al - le - lu - ia. b The love of the Lord the heav fills - fills - the earth, ens the earth; were Cf. Ps. 33(32):5 6 by the - made, al - le - lu - ia! 35

36 Mode 8 b The Good Shep - herd has ris - en, b - - life for his sheep b flock, (Psalm 78[77]) al - le - lu - ia. b He led them safe - ly with noth -ing to Mode 6 who laid down his and will -ing - ly died for his Fifth Sunday of Easter fear. O sing a new song to the Lord, -. has worked won - ders; - - for Cf. Ps. 98(97):1 2 he in the sight of the na tions he has shown his de - liv - er -ance, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 98[97]) You have worked won -ders, O Lord, in our midst! 36

37 Mode 8 b - - I am the true vine b - branch b mains in me, b - fruit (Psalm 80[79]) b God Mode 3 and you Cf. Jn. 15:1, 5 are the - es, says the Lord. Who-ev - er re - of hosts, and I in him, - in plen - ty, vis - it this vine and pro -tect - bears al - le - lu - ia. Sixth Sunday of Easter b Pro-claim a joy - ful sound it. b pro - claim to the ends of the earth: b freed his peo - ple, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 66[65]) b and let it be heard; The Lord has freed his peo - ple, al - le - lu - ia! Cf. Is. 48: The Lord has 37

38 Mode 1 If you love me, Lord, keep my com -mand - ments, says and I will ask the Fa - ther A - and he Jn. 14:15 16 n send you an - oth -er Par - a -clete, to a - bide with you for ev - er, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 80[79]) O Lord, teach me your paths. Mode 7 & # - The Acsension of the Lord At the Mass during the Day the will Acts 1:11 Men of Gal - i - lee, why gaze in won - der at the & # heav & # heav - ens? This Je - sus whom you saw as -cend-ing in - to - en will re -turn as you saw him go, al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 47[46]; or Psalm 68[67]:5 6, 19 21, 25, 29 36) & # Our Ris - en Lord as-cends in glo - ry! 38

39 Mode 1 - n. -. n - n n Be-hold, I am with you al - ways, e - ven (Psalm 80[79]) to the end of the age, al - le - lu - ia. Mt. 28:20 You have as-cend-ed on high, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia. Mode 1 -. O Lord, called to you; n n Seek his face; al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 27[26]) Seventh Sunday of Easter n n hear my voice, Cf. Ps. 27(26):7 9 for I have A of you my heart has spo - ken: - - hide not your face from me, It is your face we seek, O Lord. 39

40 Mode 4 b - Fa b one - b al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 122[121]) ther, - I pray as we al - so b Let us go to the house of the Lord. Mode 3 b The love of God Pentecost Sunday At the Vigil Mass (simple form) b that Jn. 17:22 they may be -. are one, Rom. 5:5; cf. 8:11 - has been poured in - to our hearts dwell ing with in us, through the Spir - it of God - - b al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 103[102]) b Fill us, O Lord, with your love! 40

41 Mode 8 b On the last day of the fes - ti - val, Je - sus stood b and cried out: b come to me (Psalm 68[67]; or Psalm 111[110]) b If an -y-one is thirst - y, and drink, Jn. 7:37 let him al - le - lu - ia. Come, Ho - ly Spir - it, re - new the face of the earth! Mode 8 At the Mass during the Day b b.. -. The Spir it of the Lord whole b all world things. b (Psalm 68[67]) -. Wis. 1:7 has filled the and that which con - tains - un - der -stands what is said, al - le - lu - ia. b Send forth your Spir -it, O Lord, and fill the earth! 41

42 Or: Mode 3 b The love of God b Rom. 5:5; cf. 8:11 - has been poured in - to our hearts dwell ing with in us, through the Spir - it of God - - b al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 103[102]) b Fill us, O Lord, Mode 7 & # with your love! - They were all filled & # and spoke & # al - le - lu - ia. (Psalm 68[67]; or Psalm 111[110]) & # Come, Ho - ly Spir - it, - Acts 2:4, with the Ho - ly Spir - it - - of the mar - vels of God, re new the face of the earth! 42

43 ORDINARY TIME Mode 4 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time b - All the earth b - and shall sing to you, b. your (Psalm 66[65]) name, Ps. 66(65):4 shall bow down be - fore you, O God, O Most High! b We shall sing to your name, O Lord, most high! Mode 6 - You shall sing to - Cf. Ps. 23(22):5 have pre - pared a ta - ble be-fore me,. - and how pre - cious is the chal - ice that quench - es my thirst. (Psalm 23[22]) The Lord is my shep - herd, there is noth-ing I shall want. 43

44 Or: Mode 8 b We have come to know - and to be - lieve b - (Psalm 34[33]) God has for us. b It is your love, O Lord, Mode 7 that I seek. Third Sunday in Ordinary Time & # O sing a new song to the Lord; & # - Lord, & # all the earth. 1 Jn. 4:16 in the love that Cf. Ps. 96(95):1, 6 sing to the In his pres - ence are maj-es -ty and splen - dor, strength and hon - or in his ho - (Psalm 96[95]) & # Let us sing to the Lord, - in his ho - ly place. ly place

45 Mode 5 & # #. Look & # # # (Psalm 34[33]) # toward the Lord - Cf. Ps. 34(33):6 n and be ra - di - ant; - let your fac - es not be a - bashed. & # # Or: It is your face, O Lord, Mode 7 & # I am the light of the world, & # that I seek. says the Lord; Jn. 8:12 who - ev - er fol - lows me will not walk in dark - ness, & # but will have the light of life. (Psalm 36[35]) & # In you, O Lord, we have the light of life. 45

46 Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 2 b b b - Save b b b us, O Lord our God! And gath n Ps. 106(105):47 from the na - tions, to give thanks to your ho - ly name, b b b - (Psalm 122[121]) and make it our glo b b b Let us praise and thank our God! Mode 1 Let your face - ry - n to praise - shine on your ser - vant. you. er us Cf. Ps. 31(30): Save me in your mer -ci - ful love. O Lord, let me nev - er be n n - put (Psalm 31[30]) to shame, - - for I call on you..-.- Let your face shine on your ser - vant. n 46

47 Or: Mode 1 Bless - ed are the poor in spir - it, n n King-dom of Heav - en. they shall pos - sess the land. (Psalm 37[36]).-.- n - Bless - ed are the meek, Let your face shine on your ser - vant. Mode 1 O Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - n come, let us wor - ship God n low be - fore the God who made us, Lord our God. (Psalm 95[94]) Come, let us wor-ship the God who made us. Mt. 5:3 4 for theirs is the and for Ps. 95(94):6 7 bow for he is the 47

48 Mode 8 b - 48 Let them thank the Lord b - Cf. Ps. 107(106):8 9 for his mer - cy, his won - ders for the chil - dren of men, b - sat - is - fies the thirst - y soul, b - hun (Psalm 107[106]) - gry he fills b Or: You sat - is - fy the thirst - y soul Mode 1 with good - - Bless - ed are those who mourn, n and for he the with good things. for things. they Mt. 5:5 6 shall be con - soled. Bless - ed are those who hun - ger and thirst for righ - teous-ness, for they shall have their fill. (Psalm 37[36]) You sat - is - fy the thirst - y soul with good things.

49 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 6 - Cf. Ps. 31(30):3 4 Be my pro - tec - tor, O God, a might - y strong - hold - to save me. - strong - hold! Lead sake of your name. (Psalm 31[30]) Guide us, O Lord, Mode 1 - They ate - - what they craved For you are my rock, me, guide - for the sake of your name. not dis - ap -point - ed (Psalm 78[77]) You sat - is - fy the thirst - y soul me, and had their fill, the Lord gave them; for my the Cf. Ps. 78(77):29 30 and they were in what they craved. with good things. 49

50 Or: Mode 1 God so loved the world Son, n per (Psalm 103[102]) Jn. 3:16 that he gave his On -ly Be -got-ten n n so that all who be - lieve in him - ish, - - n but may have e ter nal life. You sat - is - fy the thirst - y soul Mode 5 & # # - O with good things. Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Lord, & # #. heart & # # sing (Psalm 13[12]) I trust n may not in your mer-ci - ful love.. will re-joice in your sal -va - to the Lord & # # We trust, O Lord, tion. who has been boun - ti -ful with me. - in your mer-ci -ful love. Ps. 13(12):6 My I will 50

51 Mode 2 b b b b b b n Ps. 9:2 3 I will re- count all your won - ders, I will re - joice in you and be glad, - b b b (Psalm 9[9A]) O Most High. b b b Or: Mode 2 b b b I will sing to your name, Lord, b b b I have come to be - lieve n n the Son of and sing psalms to your name, O Most High! that you are the Christ, Jn. 11: the liv-ing God, who is com - ing b b b (Psalm 23[22]) in - to this world. b b b I will sing to your name, O Most High! 51

52 Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 1 The Lord n be -came my pro-tec - tor. n - to a place of free - dom; - be - cause - - (Psalm 18[17]) The Lord has be -come my pro - tec - tor. Mode 2 He brought Cf. Ps. 18(17):19 20 me out - - he saved me he de light ed in me. b b b - - I will sing to the Lord b b b - boun - ti - ful with me, b b b - (Psalm 13[12]) Lord Most High. b b b I will sing to your name, Cf. Ps. 13(12):6 who has been sing psalms to the name of the O Most High! 52

53 Or: Mode 2 b b b Mt. 28:20 Be - hold, I am with you al - ways, b b b n e - ven to the end of the age, b b b Lord. (Psalm 68[67]) b b b Mode 6. Turn lone I will sing to your name, O Most High! Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time to me and poor. says the Cf. Ps. 25(24):16, 18 and have mer -cy on me, O Lord, for I am a - See my low -li -ness and suf - fer-ing - and take a - way all my sins, (Psalm 25[24]) Have mer - cy on me, O Lord. my God. 53

54 Mode 8 b - - To you I call, b heed me, O God; b my (Psalm 17[16]) b Or: words. To you I call, Mode 8 - turn your ear to me; b hear my words. Cf. Ps. 17(16):6 for you will sure - ly hear Mk. 11:23, 24 A - men, I say to you: What - ev - er you ask for in b prayer, b - will (Psalm 61[60]) be yours, b - be - lieve you will re -ceive it, To you I call, - - says the Lord. hear my words. and it 54

55 Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 2 b b b Cf. Ps 27(26):1 2 The Lord is my light and my sal -va - tion; whom shall I fear? b b b b b b The Lord is the strong -hold of my life; I b b b -. near, (Psalm 27[26]) dread? When those who do e - vil they stum - ble and fall. b b b The Lord is the strong - hold of my life, Mode 2 b b b The Lord is my rock, b b b - my de - liv - er - er; whom draw whom shall I my for - tress, - my God b b b sav (Psalm 18[17]) b b b The Lord is my rock, - ing strength. and my sav - ing strength. is should fear? Ps. 18(17):3 and my 55

56 Or: Mode 1 God is love, n - - God, (Psalm 103[102]) The Lord is my rock, Mode 4 b O and who -ev -er a -bides in love a - bides in 1 Jn. 4: and God in him. and my sav - ing strength. Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time - Lord, b be my help. b me, (Psalm 27[26]) O b Be my help, hear God, my voice, Cf. Ps. 27(26):7, 9 for I have called to you; Do not a - ban - don or for-sake my Sav - ior! O God, my Sav - ior! 56

57 Mode 7 There is one - - thing this do I seek: days of my life. (Psalm 27[26]) Or: In your house, Mode 7 - I ask of the Lord, - on - to live in the house of the Lord Ps. 27(26):4 - ly I will sing and make mu - sic to your name. Ho - ly Fa - ther, keep in your name giv - en me, one, (Psalm 133[132]) says the Lord. In your house, that they may be one all the Jn. 17:11 those you have as we are I will sing and make mu - sic to your name. 57

58 Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 2 b b b b b b Cf. Ps. 28(27):8 9 The Lord is the strength of his peo - ple, a sav - ing ref n - uge for the one he has a -noint - ed. b b b peo - Save - ple, Lord, and bless your her - i - tage, b b b - gov (Psalm 28[27]) - ern them for ev - er. b b b The Lord is our strength Mode 5 & # # The eyes of all & # # # - give (Psalm 145[144]) & # # Taste them their food and see, and our ref - uge. - look to you, Lord, - that the Lord is good. your and Ps. 145(144):15 and you - in due sea - son. 58

59 Or: Mode 5 & # #. I am the Good Shep - herd, & # # - # down my life & # # - - (Psalm 23[22]) says the Lord. & # # Taste Mode 6 and see, - that the Lord is good. Jn. 10:11, 15 and I lay - for my sheep, Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time All peo - ples, clap n God (Psalm 47[46]) All you peo - ple, -.. with shouts of joy! your hands. Cry cry to God with shouts of joy! Ps. 47(46):2 to 59

60 Mode 4 b Bless the Lord, O my soul, b - his ho - ly name. (Psalm 103[102]) b Or: O bless the Lord, Mode 4 b O Fa - ther, b one in us, b - Cf. Ps. 103(102):1 and all with - in me, O bless his ho - ly name. I pray for them, that the world may be - lieve you have sent me, (Psalm 133[132]) b O bless the Lord, Jn. 17:20 21 that they may be - says the Lord. O bless his ho - ly name. that 60

61 Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode Your mer - ci - ful love, O God, we have re -ceived n n in the midst of your tem - ple. n n - like - hand (Psalm 48[47]) your name, Your praise, O God, Mode 3 b.. - Taste and see b Cf. Ps. 48(47):10 11 n Your praise, O God, n n n - reach-es the ends of the earth; your right is filled with sav - ing jus - tice. bless - ed the man - (Psalm 34[33]) b Taste and see reach - es the ends of the earth. that the Lord is good; who seeks ref uge in him. that the Lord is good. Ps. 34(33):9 61

62 Or: Mode 3 b Come to me, b - all who la - bor bur - dened, and I will re - fresh you, says (Psalm 25[24]) b Taste and see Mode 1 As for me, hold your face; that the Lord is good. Mt. 11:28 and are the Lord. Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.. - in jus - tice I shall be - n n - I shall be filled vi - sion of your glo - ry. (Psalm 17[16]) Let me be - hold your face, O Lord. Cf. Ps. 17(16):15 with the 62

63 Mode 3 b Cf. Ps. 84(83):4 5 The spar - row finds a home, and the swal - low a b nest for her young: b - my King b your (Psalm 84[83]) house, b Or: b and my God. by your al - tars, O Lord of hosts, - Bless-ed are they who dwell in for ev - er sing - ing your praise. Bless - ed are they who dwell in your house, - Mode 3 - Who -ev - er eats my flesh b re-mains in me (Psalm 119[118]; or Psalm 23[22]) b and I in him, sing ing your praise. - - and drinks my blood says Bless - ed are they who dwell in your house, - the Lord. Jn. 6:57 sing ing your praise. 63

64 Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 5 & # # See, & # # #. tains my soul. & # # will - ing heart, & # # - for it is good. (Psalm 54[53]) & # # # We praise your name, O Lord, Mode 1 The Lord, I have God for my help. The Lord I will sac - ri - fice to you Ps. 54(53):6, 8 # -. sus - with and praise your name, O Lord, - for it is good. - Ps. 111(110):4 5 the gra - cious, the mer - ci - ful, has made a me - n n -. mo - ri - al of his won - ders; food (Psalm 111[110]) - he. - to those who fear him. The Lord gives food to those who fear him. gives 64

65 Or: Mode 1 Be - hold, n n - - I stand at the door - and knock, - - says the Lord. - - A n If an y one hears my voice o - pens the door to me, I will en - ter his house - dine with him, (Psalm 23[22]) The Lord gives food Mode 5 & # #. God & # # - nites and he with me. to those who fear him. Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time # - & # # he him - self Rev. 3:20 and and Cf. Ps. 68(67):6 7, 36 # is in his ho - ly place, God who u - those who dwell in his house; & # # - (Psalm 68[67]) to his peo - ple. & # # # gives might and strength N You give u - ni - ty and strength to your peo - ple, O God. 65

66 Mode 5 & # #. Bless the Lord, & # # # get (Psalm 103[102]) & # # # Or: Bless Mode 5 the Lord, O my soul,. - - all his ben - e - fits. - O my soul! & # # Ps. 103(102):2 and nev - er for - Bless-ed are the mer - ci - ful, for they shall re - ceive & # # mer - cy. Bless-ed are the clean of heart, & # # - shall see God. (Psalm 37[36]) & # # # Bless the Lord, - - O my soul! Mt. 5:7 8 for # they 66

67 Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 7 & # - O & # O God, - Lord, & # You are my res - cu - er, & # do not de - lay. (Psalm 70[69]) & # Come to our aid, O Lord, Mode 5 Ps. 70(69):2, 6. come to my as - sis - tance; make haste to help me! my help; & # #. - # do not de - lay! O Lord, Wis. 16:20 You have giv - en us, O Lord, bread from heav - en, en - & # # dowed with all de-lights - & # # (Psalm 103[102]) in ev - ery taste. & # # You, O Lord, - m - and sweet ness have giv - en us bread from heav - en. 67

68 Or: Mode 5 & # # I am the bread of life, & # # comes & # # - (Psalm 37[36]) and who-ev -er be -lieves in me & # # You, O Lord, Mode 7. Look to says the Lord; me Jn. 6:35 who-ev - er will not hun - ger - - will not thirst. have giv - en us bread from heav - en. Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Cf. Ps. 74(73):20, 19, 22, 23 to your cov - e - nant, O Lord, and for - get not the life of your poor ones for ev - er A-rise, O God, and de - fend and for-get (Psalm 74[73]) not the cries Re - mem - ber us, your cause, - of those who seek you. who seek you, O Lord.

69 Mode 1 n n n O Je - ru - sa - lem, glo - ri - fy the Lord, - - who gives you - - wheat. (Psalm 147B[147]) Or: You give us our fill Mode 1 n The bread that I will give, - flesh (Psalm 111[110]) You give us our fill Ps. 147:12, your fill of fin - est of fin - est wheat. A says the Lord, for the life of the world. of fin - est wheat. is my Cf. Jn. 6:51 69

70 Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 4 b Turn your eyes, O God, our shield; b b and Ps. 84(83):10 11 look on the face of your a -noint - ed one; one day with - in your courts (Psalm 84[83]) is bet -ter than a thou - sand else - where. b Turn your eyes, O God, Mode 6 and look up - on With the Lord there is mer - cy; - plen - ti - ful re - demp - tion. (Psalm 130[129]) us. Who -ev - er eats this bread will live for ev - er. Ps. 130(129):7 in him is 70

71 Or: Mode 6 I am the liv - ing bread heav this - en, says the Lord. - - bread (Psalm 119[118]; or Psalm 23[22]) Jn. 6:51 52 that came down from Who ev er eats of - - will live for ev - er. Who -ev - er eats this bread will live for ev - er. Mode 1 Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Turn your ear, O Lord, n and an n - swer me; save Cf. Ps. 86(85):1 3 n ser - vant who trusts in you, my God. Have n n n mer - cy on me, O Lord, - - all the day long. (Psalm 86[85]) Have mer - cy on us, O Lord, for I cry to you as we cry to you. the 71

72 Mode 6 - Cf. Ps. 104(103):13 15 The earth is re-plete with the fruits of your work, O Lord;. you bring forth bread from the earth - - to cheer the heart. (Psalm 130[129]) Or: Who -ev - er eats this bread wil live for ev - er. Mode 6 and wine Cf. Jn. 6:54 Who-ev -er eats my flesh and drinks my blood has e ter - nal life, up (Psalm 119[118]; or Psalm 23[22]) says the Lord, on the last day. and I will raise him Who -ev - er eats this bread wil live for ev - er. 72

73 Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 8 & # Have mer - cy on me, O Lord, & # - - all the day long. & # good for I cry to you - O.. & # - - to all who call to you. (Psalm 86[85]) Lord, Cf. Ps. 86(85):3, 5 you are and for-giv - ing, full of mer - cy & # O Lord, you are good and for - giv - ing. Mode 1 n - How great is the good - ness, Lord, keep for those who fear you. (Psalm 31[30]) that Ps. 31(30):20 Glo -ri -fy the Lord with me; to -geth -er let us praise his name. you 73

74 Or: Mode 1 74 Bless-ed are the peace - mak - ers, - chil n cut - for they shall be called n Mt. 5: dren of God. Bless-ed are they who are per - se - A ed for the sake of righ - teous - ness, for theirs is the King - dom of Heav - en. (Psalm 37[36]) Glo -ri -fy the Lord with me; - - Mode 1 to geth er let us praise his name. Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time - - You are just, O Lord, n right; mer - ci - ful love. (Psalm 119[118]: ) treat your ser - vant in ac - cord Ps. 119(118):137, 124 n n and your judg-ment Bless - ed are they who walk in the way of the Lord. is with your

75 Mode 2 b b b - Like the deer b b b - streams, that yearns b b b - b b b for you, my God; for (Psalm 42[41]) God, Cf. Ps. 42(41): for run - ning - n -. so my soul is yearn - ing - - the liv - ing God. b b b Or: my soul is thirst - ing My soul is thirst - ing for the liv - ing God. Mode 2 b b b I am the light of the world, says the Lord; b b b fol - lows me will not walk in dark - ness, b b b (Psalm 36[35]) light of life. b b b My soul is thirst - ing for the liv - ing God. Jn. 8:12 who-ev -er but will have the 75

76 Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 1 - Give peace, O Lord, that your proph-ets be found true. ser Cf. Sir. 36:18 to those who wait for you, Hear - vant, (Psalm 122[121]; or Sirach 36:1 7, 13, 16 22) Give peace, Mode 4 the prayers of your and of your peo ple Is ra el. O Lord, to those who wait for you. b Cf. Ps. 36(35):8 How pre-cious is your mer - cy, O God! The chil - dren of men b - seek shel - ter in the shad - ow b - - (Psalm 36[35]) of your wings. b O taste and see that the Lord is good! 76

77 Or: Mode 4 b Cf. 1 Cor. 10:16 The chal -ice of bless - ing that we bless is a com-mun-ion b in the Blood of Christ; b is a shar -ing in the Bod - y (Psalm 116B[115]) b O taste and see Mode 4 and the bread that we break that the Lord is good! of the Lord. Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time b I am the sal - va-tion of the peo - ple, b says the b tress, Lord. b - Should they cry for ev - er. (Psalm 78[77]:1 7; or Psalm 37[36]:27 40) I will hear them, b to me in an - y dis - - and I will be their Lord Be our sal - va -tion, O Lord, for - ev - er. 77

78 Mode 5 & # # & # # Ps. 119(118):4 5 - You have laid down your pre - cepts to be care - ful - ly kept; may my ways & # # - your stat - utes. (Psalm 119[118]) & # # Or: O taste and see Mode be firm in keep - ing that the Lord is good! & # # & # # I am the Good Shep - herd, says the Lord; my sheep, (Psalm 23[22]; or Psalm 33[32]) & # # O taste and see - # - - and mine know me. that the Lord is good! I Jn. 10:14 know 78

79 Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 3 Dn. 3:31, 29, 30, 43, 42 b. All that you have done to us, O Lord, b you have done with true judg - ment, b have sinned a - gainst you b your com -mand - ments. - b and deal with us b of your mer - cy. (Psalm 119[118]:1 8; or Psalm 130[129]) b for we - and not o - beyed But give glo ry to your name - ac - cord -ing to the boun - ty that we may glo ri fy your name. For - give our sins, O Lord,

80 Mode 4 b Re -mem -ber your word to your ser - vant, b Lord, b - by which you have giv - en me hope. is my com - fort (Psalm 119[118]) b Or: Re-mem-ber your word, Mode 4 b - By this - when I am brought low. O Lord, Cf. Ps. 119(118):49 50 O This by which you give me hope. we came to know the love b - that Christ laid down his life for us; b. - lay down our lives (Psalm 119[118]) b Re-mem-ber your word, O Lord, of God: 1 Jn. 3:16 so we ought to for one an -oth by which you give me hope. - er. 80

81 Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 4 b Cf. Est. 4:17 With - in your will, O Lord, all things are es - tab - lished, b and there is none that can re - sist your will. b have made all things, For you - the heav - en and the earth, b and all that is held with - in the cir - cle of heav - en; b you are the Lord of all. (Psalm 119[118]:1 8) b You are our Lord, Mode 1 The Lord is good to the (Psalm 103[102]) A soul you are the Lord of all. n n - n n to those who hope in him, that seeks It is you a - lone, O Lord, that I seek. him. Lam. 3:25 81

82 Or: Mode 1. Though man - y, n n bod - y, for we all par - take we are one bread, n n - - one Chal - ice. (Psalm 122[121]) It is you a - lone, O Lord, Mode 3 that I seek. A Cf. 1 Cor. 10:17 n one of the one Bread Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time b If you, O Lord, b who could stand? b O God of Is - ra - el. (Psalm 130[129]) b and Ps. 130(129):3 4 should mark in - i - qui - ties, Lord, But with you is found for-give -ness, With you is found for -give - ness, O God of Is - ra - el. 82

83 Mode 2 b b b -. - The rich suf - fer want and go hun - gry, b b b (Psalm 34[33]) n n those who seek the Lord n b b b Or: It is you a - lone, O Lord, Mode 2 b b b. b b b When the Lord him, (Psalm 63[62]) ap-pears, - n - - Cf. Ps. 34(33):11 but lack no bless - ing. that I seek. n we shall be like - for we shall see him b b b It is you a - lone, O Lord, - as he that I seek. is. 1 Jn. 3:2 83

84 Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 3 b 84 To you I call; b me, O God; b - Guard - for you will sure -ly heed turn your ear to me; hear me b shad - ow of your wings (Psalm 17[16]) b Cf. Ps. 17(16):6, as the ap - ple of your eye; - pro - tect me. In the shad - ow of your wings, pro - tect me. Mode 2 b b b Be - hold,. b b b those who fear him, - the eyes of the Lord b b b b b b - my words. in the Cf. Ps. 33(32):18 19 are on who hope in his mer -ci -ful love, to res - cue their souls from death, to keep them a - live (Psalm 33[32]) b b b The eyes of the Lord - - in fam - ine. are on those who fear him.

85 Or: Mode 2 b b b - The Son of Man b b b - life b b b man - y. (Revelation 4:11; 5:9b, 10, 12b) b b b Mode 2 The eyes of the Lord - Mk. 10:45 has come to give his as a ran - som are on those who fear him. Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time b b b - Let the hearts b b b joice; b b b - - (Psalm 105[104]) con -stant - ly seek his face. b b b It is your face that seek the Lord re for Cf. Ps. 105(104):3 4 - turn to the Lord and his strength; that we seek, O Lord. - 85

86 Mode 2 b b b. - We will ring out our joy b b b sav - ing help and ex - ult b b b - - (Psalm 20[19]) of our God. b b b Or: Christ loved us Mode 2 b b b Christ loved us - b b b. -. and gave him -self up for Cf. Ps. 20(19):6 at your in the name us. and gave him-self up for us, as a frag - rant of - fer-ing (Revelation 4:11; 5:9b, 10, 12b) b b b Christ loved us to and gave him -self up for us. - - God. Eph. 5:2 86

87 Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Mode 7 For - sake me not, me! help, (Psalm 38[37]) O Lord, my God; Cf. Ps. 38(37):22 23 be not far from Make haste and come to my O Lord, Make haste, O Lord, Mode my strong sal - va - tion! and come to our help! You will show me the path of life,. joy (Psalm 16[15]). -. Cf. Ps. 16(15):11 the full - ness of in your pres - ence, O Lord. Who - ev - er feeds on me shall have life be - cause of me, says the Lord. 87

88 Or: Mode 7 - Just as the liv - ing Fa - ther - and I have life so who - ev - er feeds on me -. be - cause of me, (Psalm 23[22]; or Psalm 33(32)) - sent me be-cause of the Fa - ther, Jn. 6: shall have life - - says the Lord. Who - ev - er feeds on me shall have life be - cause of me, says the Lord. Mode 3 b Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time Let my prayer b ear (Psalm 88[87]) - come in - to your pres - ence. In - cline to my cry for help, O Lord. Cf. Ps. 88(87):3 your 88

89 b Let my prayer Mode 2 b b b b b b - come in - to your pres - ence. Cf. Ps. 23(22):1 2 - The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth - ing I shall want. Fresh and green b b b. - are the pas - tures gives me re - pose, near rest-ful wa - b b b - (Psalm 23[22]) he leads me. b b b Or: Christ loved us Mode 2 b b b and gave him- self up for us. where he - n The dis - ci - ples rec - og -nized the Lord Je - sus b b b in the break - ing of bread. (Revelation 4:11; 5:9b, 10, 12b) ters Cf. Lk. 24:35 89

90 b b b Christ loved us Mode 6 and gave him- self up for us. Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time The Lord said: n n not of af - flic - tion. an - - I think thoughts of peace n n - n n - You will call up-on me, Jer. 29:11, 12, 14 and and I will A - swer you, and I will lead back your cap - tives from ev - ery place. (Psalm 85[84]) Hear us, Mode 1 O Lord, To be near God hope (Psalm 73[72]) as we call up - on you. - - in God the Lord. n is my hap - pi -ness, Ps. 73(72):28 - to place my 90

91 Or: To be near God Mode is my hap - pi -ness. - n - n - - Mk. 11:23-24 A - men, I say to you: What -ev -er you ask in prayer, - be - lieve that you will re - ceive, - shall be giv - en to you, says (Psalm 61[60]) To be near God is my hap - pi -ness. - the Lord. and it 91

92 THE SOLEMNITIES OF THE LORD DURING ORDINARY TIME Mode 8 92 The Most Holy Trinity b - Blest be God the Fa - ther, and the On-ly Be-got - ten b Son of God, and al - so the Ho - ly Spir - it, b (Psalm 8) he has shown us his mer -ci -ful love. b Show us your mer -ci -ful love, O Lord! Mode 8 b Since you are chil - dren of God, b for Gal. 4:6 God has sent in - to your hearts the Spir -it of his Son, the Spir - it b who cries out: (Psalm 103[102]; or Ephesians 1:3-10) b Bless-ed be God our Fa-ther,. Ab - ba, Fa - who chose us in Christ. ther.

93 Mode 2 The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) b b b He fed them b b b wheat.. - with the fin - est Cf. Ps. 81(80):17 and sat - is - fied them b b b. - with hon - ey from the rock. (Psalm 81[80]:2, 3, 11) b b b He Mode 6 fed them with hon -ey from the rock. Who-ev - er eats my flesh and drinks my blood re - mains in me (Psalm 119[118]; or Psalm 23[22]) - - and I in him, says the Lord., Jn. 6:57 You have pre-pared a ta - ble for me, my cup is o - ver-flow - ing. 93

94 The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Mode 5 & # #. The de - signs of his Heart & # # # Ps. 33(32):11, 19 are from age to age, and to keep them a to res -cue their souls from death, - & # #. (Psalm 33[32]) live in fam - ine. & # # You res - cue our souls from death. Mode 8 b. - - Thus says the Lord: b - come to me and drink. b wa - Cf. Jn. 7: Let who-ev - er is thirst - y Streams of liv - ing - - ter will flow from with - in b. (Psalm 89[88]) the one who be - lieves in me. b I will sing for -ev -er of your love, O Lord. 94

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