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1 R ESPONSORIAL PSALM VOCAL SCORES FOR THE ST. ISAAC JOGUES ILLUMINATED MISSAL, LECTIONARY, & GRADUAL CHABANEL PSALMS Edition: May 04 Including special feasts and occasions like the Presentation ( Feb), the Transfiguration (6 Aug), Ss. Peter & Paul (9 June), St. Joseph (9 Mar), Weddings, Funerals, and more!

2 You re currently viewing the Web Preview Version. Several pages of prefatory information (at the front of the book) have not been included in this internet preview. To purchase hard copies, please visit: CCWATERSHED.ORG/PSALMS RESPONSORIAL PSALM SCORES in this book correspond to those printed in the St. Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal, Lectionary, & Gradual ( ccwatershed.org/jogues ). All are available for free & instant download at the Chabanel Website: CCWATERSHED.ORG/CHABANEL They are virtually identical to Responsorial Psalms found in the Vatican II Hymnal, except the following: * st Sunday of Advent, Year A * st Sunday of Lent, Year C * Ascension of the Lord, Years ABC * rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C * 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C), Option * Christ the King Sunday, Year C * Nativity of St. John the Baptist (4 June), Years ABC * All Saints ( November), Years ABC * Immaculate Conception (8 December), Years ABC * Catholic Weddings (Nuptial Mass) * Catholic Funerals (Requiem Mass) * Sacrament of Confirmation (Ritual Mass)

3 Table of Contents iii st Sunday of Advent (Year A)... st Sunday of Advent (Year B)... st Sunday of Advent (Year C)... 4 nd Sunday of Advent (Year A)... 5 nd Sunday of Advent (Year B)... 6 nd Sunday of Advent (Year C)... 7 rd Sunday of Advent (Year A)... 8 rd Sunday of Advent (Year B)... 9 rd Sunday of Advent (Year C) th Sunday of Advent (Year A)... 4th Sunday of Advent (Year B)... 4th Sunday of Advent (Year C)... Christmas (v i g i l)... 4 Christmas (m i d n i g h t)... 5 Christmas (d aw n)... 6 Christmas (d ay t i m e)... 7 Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, & Joseph... 8 Holy Family (Optional Year B)... 9 Holy Family (Optional Year C)... 0 January Mary, Mother of God... Epiphany of the Lord... Baptism of the Lord... Baptism of the Lord (Optional Year B)... 4 Baptism of the Lord (Optional Year C)... 5 Ash Wednesday... 6 st Sunday of Lent (Year A)... 7 st Sunday of Lent (Year B)... 8 st Sunday of Lent (Year C)... 9 nd Sunday of Lent (Year A)... 0 nd Sunday of Lent (Year B)... nd Sunday of Lent (Year C)... rd Sunday of Lent (Year A)... rd Sunday of Lent (Year B)... 4

4 iv Table of Contents rd Sunday of Lent (Year C) th Sunday of Lent (Year A) th Sunday of Lent (Year B) th Sunday of Lent (Year C) th Sunday of Lent (Year A) th Sunday of Lent (Year B) th Sunday of Lent (Year C)... 4 Passion (Palm) Sunday... 4 Holy Thursday... 4 Good Friday Easter Vigil After st Reading, Option Easter Vigil After st Reading, Option Easter Vigil After nd Reading Easter Vigil After rd Reading Easter Vigil After 4th Reading Easter Vigil After 5th Reading Easter Vigil After 6th Reading... 5 Easter Vigil After 7th Reading (when there is a Baptism)... 5 After 7th Reading, Option (when there are no Baptisms)... 5 After 7th Reading, Option (when there are no Baptisms) Easter Vigil Alleluiatic Responsorial Psalm before Gospel Easter Sunday nd Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday) rd Sunday of Easter (Year A) rd Sunday of Easter (Year B) rd Sunday of Easter (Year C) th Sunday of Easter (Year A) th Sunday of Easter (Year B) th Sunday of Easter (Year C) th Sunday of Easter (Year A) th Sunday of Easter (Year B) th Sunday of Easter (Year C) th Sunday of Easter (Year A)... 67

5 Table of Contents v 6th Sunday of Easter (Year B) th Sunday of Easter (Year C) Ascension In some dioceses, this replaces the 7th Sunday of Easter th Sunday of Easter (Year A) th Sunday of Easter (Year B) th Sunday of Easter (Year C)... 7 Pentecost (v i g i l) Pentecost Sunday Trinity Sunday (Year A) Trinity Sunday (Year B) Trinity Sunday (Year C) Corpus Christi (Year A) falls on a Sunday in the USA Corpus Christi (Year B) falls on a Sunday in the USA Corpus Christi (Year C) falls on a Sunday in the USA... 8 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Years A + B)... 8 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)... 8 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...00

6 vi Table of Contents 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...0 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...0 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...0 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...07 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...08 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...09 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...0 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)... th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)... th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)... th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...4 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...5 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...6 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...7 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...8 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...9 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...0 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)... 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Option (Year C)... 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Option (Year C)... 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...4 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...5 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...6 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...7 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...8 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...9 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...0 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)... 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)... 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...

7 Table of Contents vii 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...4 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...5 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...6 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...7 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...8 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...9 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...40 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...4 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...4 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...4 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...44 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...45 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...46 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...5 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...5 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...5 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...6 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...6 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...6 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...66

8 viii Table of Contents 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...68 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...69 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...70 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...7 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...7 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...7 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...74 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)...75 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)...76 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)...77 Christ the King Sunday (Year A)...78 Christ the King Sunday (Year B)...79 Christ the King Sunday (Year C)...80 February Presentation (Purification) March St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary March Annunciation of the Lord...8 June (v i g i l) Nativity of St. John the Baptist June Nativity of St. John the Baptist June (v i g i l) Saint Peter & Saint Paul June Saint Peter & Saint Paul August Transfiguration of the Lord August (v i g i l) Our Lady s Assumption August Our Lady s Assumption September Exaltation of the Holy Cross...9 November All Saints...9 November All Souls November Dedication of the Lateran Basilica December Immaculate Conception...95 Catholic Funeral (Requiem Mass) Option...96 Catholic Wedding (Nuptial Mass) Option...97 Sacrament of Confirmation (Ritual Mass) Option...98

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10 st Sunday of Advent (Year A) & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Let us go re - joic ing - to the house of the Lord. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I re - joiced be - cause they said to me, "We will go up to the & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ house of the Lord." And now we have set foot with - in your gates, O Je - ru sa - - lem. &b b Je œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - ru - sa - lem, built as a cit - y with com - pact u - ni - ty. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ To it the tribes go up, the tribes of the Lord. &b b Ac œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - cord - ing to the de - cree for Is - ra - el, to give thanks to the name of &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ the Lord. In it are set up judg ment - seats, seats for the house of Da - vid. 4 &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Pray for the peace of Je - ru - sa - lem! May those who love you pros - per! &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ May peace be with - in your walls, pros - per - i - ty in your build - ings. 5 &b b Be œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - cause of my broth-ers and friends I will say, "Peace be with - in you!" & bb Be œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - cause of the house of the Lord, our God, I will pray for your good.

11 st Sunday of Advent (Year B) Lord, make us turn to you; let us see your face and we shall be saved. O shep -herd of Is - ra - ël, heark - en, from your throne up - on the cher - u - bim, shine forth. Rouse your pow r, and come to save us. Once a - gain, O Lord of hosts, look down from heav - en, and see; take care of this vine, and pro - tect what your right hand has plant - ed the son of man whom you your - self made strong. May your help be with the man of your right hand, with the son of man whom you your - self made strong. Then we will no more with - draw from you; give us new life, and we will call up on - your name.

12 4 st Sunday of Advent (Year C) To you, O Lord, I lift my soul. Your ways, O Lord, make known to me; teach me your paths, Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my sav - ior. Good and up - right is the Lord; thus he shows sin - ners the way. He guides the hum - ble to jus - tice, and teach - es the hum ble - his way. All the paths of the Lord are kind - ness and con - stan - cy t'ward those who keep his cov - e - nant and his de - crees. The friend - ship of the Lord is with those who fear him, and his cov - e - nant, for their in - struc - tion.

13 nd Sunday of Advent (Year A) 5 Jus 4 - tice shall flour -ish in his time, and full -ness of peace for ev - er. O God, with your judg ment - en - dow the king, and with your jus - tice, the king's son; he shall gov ern - your peo - ple with jus - tice and your af flict - ed ones with judg - ment. Jus - tice shall flow - er in his days, and pro found - peace, till the moon be no more. May he rule from sea to sea, and from the Riv - er to the ends of the earth. For he shall res - cue the poor when he cries out, and the af - flict - ed when he has no one to help him. He shall have pit - y for the low - ly and the poor; the lives of the poor he shall save. May his name be bless - ëd for - ev - er; as long as the sun his name shall re main. - In him shall all the tribes of the earth be blessed; all the na - tions shall pro - claim his hap - pi - ness.

14 6 nd Sunday of Advent (Year B) Lord, let us see your kind - ness, and grant us your sal va - - tion. I will hear what God pro - claims; the Lord for he pro -claims peace. Near in - deed is his sal - va - tion to those who fear him, glo - ry dwel -ling in our land. Kind - ness and truth shall meet; jus - tice and peace shall kiss. Truth shall spring out of the earth, and jus - tice shall look down from hea - ven. The Lord him -self will give his be - ne - fits; our land shall yield its in-crease. Jus - tice shall walk be - fore him, and pre - pare the way of his steps. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

15 nd Sunday of Advent (Year C) 7 The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy. When the Lord brought back the cap-tives of Zi - on, we were like men dream- ing. Then our mouth was filled with laugh - ter, and our tongue with re - joic - ing. Then they said a - mong the na - tions, The Lord has done great things for them. The Lord has done great things for us; we are glad in - deed. Re - store our for- tunes, O Lord, like the tor - rents in the south-ern de - sert. Those that sow in tears shall reap re joic - - ing. 4 Al - though they go forth weep - ing, car - ry - ing the seed to be sown, They shall come back re - joic - ing, car ry - ing - their sheaves. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

16 8 rd Sunday of Advent (Year A) Lord, come and save us. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Al - le - lú - ia, al - le - lú - ia. The Lord God keeps faith for - ev - er, se - cures jus - tice for the op -pressed, gives food to the hun - gry. The Lord sets cap -tives free. The Lord gives sight to the blind; the Lord rais - es up those who were bowed down. The Lord loves the just; the Lord pro - tects stran - gers. The fa - ther -less and the wid -ow he sus-tains, but the way of the wick -ed he thwarts. The Lord shall reign for - ev - er; your God, O Zi - on, through all gen - er - a - tions. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

17 rd Sunday of Advent (Year B) 9 My soul re joi - - ces in my God. My soul pro-claims the great-ness of the Lord; my spir - it re - joic es - - in God my Sav ior, for he has looked up - on his low -ly ser- vant. From this day all gen - er - a - tions will call me bless-èd. The Al - might - y has done great things for me, and ho ly - is his Name. He has mer - cy on those who fear him in eve - ry gen - er - a - tion. He has filled the hun - gry with good things, and the rich he has sent a - way emp - ty. He has come to the help of his ser -vant Is - ra - ël for he has re-mem bered - - his prom-ise of mer cy. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

18 0 rd Sunday of Advent (Year C) Cry out with joy and glad - ness: for a - mong you is the great and Ho - ly One of Is - ra - el. God in - deed is my sav - ior; I am con - fi - dent and un - a - fraid. My strength and my cour - age is the Lord, and he has been my sav - ior. With joy you will draw wa - ter at the foun - tain of sal - va - tion. Give thanks to the Lord, ac - claim his name; a - mong the na - tions make known his deeds, pro - claim how ex - alt - ed is his name. Sing praise to the Lord for his glo - rious a - chieve - ment; let this be known through - out all the earth. Shout with ex - ul - ta - tion, O cit - y of Zi - on, for great in your midst is the Ho - ly One of Is - ra - ël!

19 4th Sunday of Advent (Year A) Let the Lord en - ter; he is king of glo - ry. The Lord's are the earth and its full - ness; the world and those who dwell in it. For he found - ed it up - on the seas and es - tab -lished it up on - - the riv ers. Who can as - cend the moun-tain of the Lord? or who may stand in his ho - ly place? One whose hands are sin - less, whose heart is clean, who de - sires not what is vain. He shall re - ceive a bless -ing from the Lord, a re - ward from God his sav - ior. Such is the race that seeks for him, that seeks the face of the God of Ja - cob.

20 4th Sunday of Advent (Year B) For ev er - I will sing the good-ness of the Lord. The prom - is - es of the Lord I will SING for - ev - er. Through all gen - er - a - tions my mouth shall pro - claim Your faith - ful - ness. For You have said, "My kind - ness is es - tab - lished for - ev - er." In hea - ven You have con - firmed Your faith - ful - ness. I have made a cov - e - nant with my cho sen - one. I have sworn to Da - vid my ser - vant. For - ev - er will I con - firm YOUR pos - ter - i - ty, and es - tab - lish your throne for all GEN - er - a - tions. He shall say of me, You are my fa - ther, my God, the Rock, my Sav - ior. For - ev - er I will main - tain my kind - ness t'ward him, and my cov - e - nant with him stands firm.

21 4th Sunday of Advent (Year C) Lord, make us turn to you; let us see your face and we shall be saved. O shep -herd of Is - ra - ël, heark - en, from your throne up - on the cher - u - bim, shine forth. Rouse your pow r, and come to save us. Once a - gain, O Lord of hosts, look down from heav - en, and see; take care of this vine, and pro - tect what your right hand has plant - ed the son of man whom you your - self made strong. May your help be with the man of your right hand, with the son of man whom you your - self made strong. Then we will no more with - draw from you; give us new life, and we will call up on - your name.

22 4 Christmas (VIGIL MASS) For ev er - I will sing the good-ness of the Lord. Psalm Verse no. Based on a tone by Fr. Gregory Murray, OSB I have made a cov - e - nant with my cho - sen one. I have sworn to Da -vid my ser - vant. For - ev - er will I con-firm your pos -ter - i - ty. and es - tab-lish your throne for all gen -er a- - tions. Psalm Verse no. Bles-sëd the peo -ple who know the joy -ful shout. In the light of your coun -te nance, - O Lord, they walk. At Your name they re - joice all the day, and through Your jus - tice they are ex - alt - ed. Psalm Verse no. He shall say of me, You are my fa - ther, my God, the Rock my Sav - ior. For - ev - er I will main tain - t'ward him, and my cov - e nant - my kind ness - with him stands firm.

23 Christmas (MIDNIGHT MASS) 5 To - day is born our Sav - ior Christ the Lord. Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all you lands. Sing to the Lord; bless his name. An-nounce his sal - va - tion, day af - ter day. Tell his glo - ry a - mong the na-tions; a-mong all peo-ples, his won -drous deeds. Let the heav-ens be glad and the earth re -joice; let the sea and what fills it re-sound; let the plains be joy - ful and all that is in them! Then shall all the trees of the for -est ex - ult. 4 They shall ex - ult be - fore the Lord, for he comes; for he comes to rule the earth. He shall rule the world with jus - tice and the peo - ples with his con - stan - cy.

24 6 Christmas (MASS AT DAWN) A light will shine on us this day: the Lord is born for us. Psalm Verse no. Based on a tone by Fr. Gregory Murray, OSB The Lord is king; let the earth re - joice; let the man - y is - lands be glad. The heav - ens pro -claim his jus - tice, and all peo - ples see his glo - ry. Psalm Verse no. Light dawns for the just; and glad - ness, for the up - right of heart. Be glad in the Lord, you just, and give thanks to his ho - ly name.

25 Christmas (DAYTIME MASS) 7 All the ends of the earth have seen the sav ing - pow'r of God. Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done won - drous deeds; his right hand has won vic 4 - t'ry for him, his ho - ly arm. The Lord has made his sal - va - tion known: in the sight of the na - tions he has re - vealed his jus - tice. He has re - mem - bered his kind - ness and his faith - ful - ness t'ward the house of Is - ra - el. All the ends of the earth have seen the sal - va - tion by our God. Sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord, all you lands; break in - to song; sing praise. Sing praise to the Lord with the harp, with the harp and me - lo - dious song. With trum-pets and the sound of the horn sing joy - ful - ly be - fore the king, the Lord.

26 8 Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, & Joseph Bless -èd are those who fear the Lord and walk in his ways. Bless - èd are you who fear the Lord, who walk in his ways! For you shall eat the fruit of your hand - i - work; bless - èd shall you be, and fa - vored. Your wife shall be like a fruit - ful vine in the re - cess - es of your home; your chil - dren like ol - ive plants a - round your ta - ble. Be-hold, thus is the man bless d who fears the Lord. The Lord bless you from Zi - on: may you see the pros - per - i - ty of Je - ru - sa - lem all the days of your life. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

27 Holy Family (Optional Year B) 9 The Lord re - mem -bers his cov - e - nant for - ev - er. Give thanks to the Lord, in -voke his name; make known a - mong the na -tions his deeds. Sing to him, sing his praise, pro - claim all his won -drous deeds. Glo - ry in his ho - ly name; re - joice, O hearts that seek the Lord! Look to the Lord in his strength; con - stant - ly seek his face. You de-scend-ants of A - bra - ham, his ser - vants, sons of Ja- cob, his cho - sen ones! He, the Lord, is our God; through-out the earth his judg - ments pre - vail. 4 He re - mem - bers for - ev - er his cov - e - nant which he made bind - ing for a thou - sand gen - er - a - tions which he en tered - with A bra - and by his oath to I - saac. - in to - ham Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

28 0 Holy Family (Optional Year C) Bles sëd - are they who dwell in your house, O Lord. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB How love - ly is your dwell ing - place, O Lord of hosts! My soul yearns and pines for the courts of the Lord. My heart and my flesh cry out for the liv - ING God. Hap - py they who dwell in your house! Con - tin - u - al ly - THEY praise you. Hap - py the men whose strength you are! Their hearts are set up - on the pil grim - - age. O Lord of hosts, hear our prayer; heark en, - - O God of Ja cob! O God, be - hold our shield, and look up - on the face of your a - noint - ed.

29 January Mary, Mother of God May God bless us in His mer - cy. May God have pit - y on us and bless us; may he let his face shine up - on us. So may your way be known up - on earth; a - mong all na - tions, your sal - va - tion. May the na - tions be glad and ex - ult be - cause you rule the peo - ples in eq - ui - ty; the na - tions on the earth you guide. May the peo - ples praise you, O God; may all the peo - ples praise you! May God bless us, and may all the ends of the earth fear him!

30 Epiphany of the Lord Lord, ev - 'ry na - tion on earth will a - dore you. O God, with your judg-ment en - dow the king, and with your jus - tice, the king's son; He shall gov - ern your peo - PLE with jus - tice and your af - flict - ed ones with judg-ment. Jus - tice shall flow - er in his days, and pro-found peace, till the moon be no more. May he rule from sea to sea, and from the Riv - er to the ends of the earth. The kings of Tar -shish and the Isles shall of -fer gifts; the kings of A - ra - bi - a and Se - ba shall bring trib- ute. All kings shall PAY him hom-age, all na-tions shall serve him. 4 For he shall res - cue the poor when he cries out, and the af - flict - ed when he has no one to help him. He shall have pit - y for the low - ly and the poor; the lives of the poor he shall save.

31 Baptism of the Lord The Lord will bless his peo - ple with peace. Give to the Lord, you sons of God, give to the Lord glo - ry and praise, Give to the Lord the glo - ry due his name; a - dore the Lord in ho - ly at - tire. The voice of the Lord is o - ver the wa - ters, the Lord, o - ver vast wa - ters. The voice of the Lord is might - y; the voice of the Lord is ma - jes - tic. The God of glo - ry thun- ders, and in his tem - ple all say, "Glo - ry!" The Lord is en-throned a - bove the flood; the Lord is en-throned as king for - ev - er.

32 4 Baptism of the Lord (Optional Year B) You will draw wa - ter joy-ful - ly from the springs of sal - va - tion. God in - deed is my sav - ior; I am con - fi - dent and un - a - fraid. My strength and my cour - age is the Lord, and he has been my sav - ior. With joy you will draw wa - ter at the foun - tain of sal - va - tion. Give thanks to the Lord, ac - claim his name; a - mong the na - tions make known his deeds, pro - claim how ex - alt - ed is his name. Sing praise to the Lord for his glo rious - a - chieve- ment; let this be known through - out all the earth. Shout with ex - ul - ta - tion, O cit - Y of Zi - on, for great in your midst is the Ho - ly One of Is - ra - el!

33 Baptism of the Lord (Optional Year C) 5 O bless the Lord, my soul. O Lord, my God, you are great in - deed! you are clothed with maj - es - ty and glo - ry, robed in light as with a cloak. You have spread out the heav - ens like a tent - cloth; You have con - struct - ed your pal ace - - up - on the wa ters. You make the clouds your char - iot; you trav - el on the wings of the wind. You make the winds your mes - sen - gers, and flam - ing fire your min - is - ters. How man - i - fold are your works, O Lord! In wis - dom you have wrought them all the earth is full of your crea - tures; the sea al - so, great and wide, in which are schools with - out num - ber of liv - ing things both small and great. 4 They look to you to give them food in due time. When you give it to them, they gath er 5 - it; when you o - pen your hand, they are filled with good things. If you take a - way their breath, they per - ish and re - turn to the dust. When you send forth your spir - it, they are cre - at - ed, and you re - new the face of the earth.

34 6 Ash Wednesday Be mer - ci - ful, O Lord, for we have sinned. Have mer - cy on me, O God, in your good - ness; in the great - ness of your com - pas - sion wipe out my of - fense. Thor - ough - ly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me. Psalm Verse no. For I ac - knowl -edge my of - fense, and my sin is be - fore me al - ways: "A - gainst you on - ly have I sinned, and done what is e - vil in your sight." Psalm Verse no. A clean heart cre - ate for me, O God, and a stead-fast spir - it re - new with - in me. Cast me not out from your pres - ence, and your Ho - ly Spir - it take not from me. Psalm Verse no. 4 Give me back the joy of your sal - va - tion, and a will - ing spir - it sus -tain in me. O Lord, o - pen my lips, and my mouth shall pro - claim your praise.

35 st Sunday of Lent (Year A) 7 Be mer - ci - ful, O Lord, for we have sinned. Have mer - cy on me, O God, in your good - ness; in the great - ness of your com - pas - sion wipe out my of - fense. Thor - ough - ly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me. Psalm Verse no. For I ac - knowl -edge my of - fense, and my sin is be - fore me al - ways: "A - gainst you on - ly have I sinned, and done what is e - vil in your sight." Psalm Verse no. A clean heart cre - ate for me, O God, and a stead-fast spir - it re - new with - in me. Cast me not out from your pres - ence, and your Ho - ly Spir - it take not from me. Psalm Verse no. 4 Give me back the joy of your sal - va - tion, and a will - ing spir - it sus -tain in me. O Lord, o - pen my lips, and my mouth shall pro - claim your praise.

36 8 st Sunday of Lent (Year B) Your ways, O Lord, are love and truth to those who keep your cov e - - nant. Your ways, O Lord, make known to me; teach me your paths, Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my sav - ior. Re - mem - ber that your com pas - O Lord, and your love are from of old. - sion, In your kind - ness re - mem - ber me, be - cause of your good ness, - O Lord. Good and up - right is the Lord, thus he shows sin - ners the way. He guides the hum - ble to jus - tice, and he teach - es the hum ble - his way.

37 st Sunday of Lent (Year C) 9 & bb Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Be with me, Lord, when I am in trou - ble. Psalm Verse no. & bb v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ You who dwell in the shel - ter of the Most High, who a - bide in the shad-ow of the & bb - v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ say to the Lord, Al-might- y, "My ref - UGE and for - tress, my God in whom I trust." v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ &b b No e - vil shall be - fall you, nor shall af - flic - tion come near &b b v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ For to his an - gels he has giv en your tent, - com-mand a - bout you, that they guard you in all your ways. &b b v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Up - on their hands they shall bear you up, lest you dash your foot a GAINST &b b v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ You shall tread up - a stone. - on the asp and the vi - per; you shall tram-ple down the li - on and the drag - on. 4 & bb v - œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Be - cause he clings to me, I will de - liv - er him; I will set him on high & bb v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ be - cause he ac - knowl - ed - GES my name. He shall call up - on me, and I &b b v v œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I will be with him in dis - tress; I will de - liv - er him and glo - ri - fy him. will an - swer him;

38 0 nd Sunday of Lent (Year A) Lord, let your mer cy - be on us, as we place our trust in you. Up - right is the word of the Lord, and all his works are trust - wor - thy. He loves jus - tice and right; of the kind - ness of the Lord the earth is full. See, the eyes of the Lord are up - on those who fear him, up - on those who hope for his kind-ness, To de - liv - er them from death and pre -serve them in spite of fam - ine. Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield. May your kind - ness, O Lord, be up - on us who have put our hope in you. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

39 nd Sunday of Lent (Year B) I will walk be fore - the Lord, in the land of the liv - ing. I be - lieved, e - ven when I said, "I am great - ly af - flict - ed." Pre - cious in the eyes of the Lord is the death of his faith - ful ones. O Lord, I am your ser- vant; I am your ser - vant, the son of your hand-maid; you have loosed my bonds. To you will I of - fer sac - ri - fice of thanks giv - - ing, and I will call up on - the name of the Lord. My vows to the Lord I will pay in the pres - ence of all his peo - ple, In the courts of the house of the Lord, in your midst, O Je - ru - sa - lem. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

40 nd Sunday of Lent (Year C) The Lord is my light and my sal va - - tion. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB The Lord is my light and MY sal - va tion; - whom should I fear? The Lord is MY life's re - fuge; of whom should I be a - fraid? Hear, O Lord, the sound of my call; have pit - y on me, and an swer - me. Of you MY heart speaks; you my GLANCE seeks. Your pres ence, - O Lord, I seek. Hide not YOUR face from me; do not in an - ger re - PEL your serv - ant. You are my help - er: cast me not off. 4 I be - lieve that I shall see the boun ty - of the Lord in the land of the liv - ing. Wait for the Lord with cour-age; be stout-heart- ëd, and wait for the Lord.

41 rd Sunday of Lent (Year A) If to - day you hear his voice, hard - en not your hearts. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord; let us ac-claim the Rock of our sal - va - tion. Let us come in - to his pres-ence with thanks-giv - ing; let us joy ful - ly - sing psalms to him. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us bow down in wor- ship; let us kneel be - fore the Lord who made us. For he is our God, and we are the peo - ple he shep-herds, the flock he guides. Psalm Verse no. Oh, that to - day you would hear his voice: "Hard -en not your hearts as at Me - ri - bah, as in the day of Mas-sah in the de - sert, Where your fa - thers tempt - ed me; they test - ed me though they had seen my works."

42 4 rd Sunday of Lent (Year B) Lord, you have the words of ev er - - last - ing life. The law of the Lord is per - fect, re - fresh - ing the soul; The de - cree of the Lord is trust - wor - thy, giv - ing wis - dom to the sim - ple. The pre - cepts of the Lord are right, re - joic - ing the heart; the com - mand of the Lord is clear, en - light - en - ING the eye. The fear of the Lord is pure, en - dur - ing for - ev - er; the or - di - nanc - es of the Lord are true, all of them just. 4 They are more pre - cious than gold, than a heap of pur - est gold; sweet -er al - so than syr - up or hon - ey from the comb.

43 rd Sunday of Lent (Year C) 5 The Lord is kind and mer ci - - ful. Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my be - ing, bless his ho - ly name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for -get not all his be - ne - fits. Psalm Verse no. He He par -dons all YOUR in - iq - ui - ties, heals all your ills, re -deems your life from de -struc- tion, crowns you with kind -ness and com - pas - sion. The Lord se - cures jus tice - - and the rights of all the op pressed. He has made known his WAYS to Mo - ses, and his deeds to the chil-dren of Is - ra - el. 4 Mer - ci - ful and gra - cious is the Lord, slow to an - ger and a - bound-ing in kind- ness. For as the heav - ens are high a bove so sur -pass-ing is his kind-ness t'ward those who fear him. - the earth,

44 6 4th Sunday of Lent (Year A) The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can be used as the REFRAIN on the 4th Sunday of Easter The Lord is my shep- herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas -tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e vil; With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. - for you are at my side You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - Psalm Verse no. 4 - flows. - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; On and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

45 4th Sunday of Lent (Year B) 7 Let my tongue be si - lenced, if I e - ver for get - you! Verse no. By the streams of Bab - y - lon we sat and wept when we re mem - - bered Zi - on. On the as - pens of that land we hung up our harps. For there our cap - tors asked of us the lyr - ics of our songs, And our de - spoil - ers urged us to be joy ous: - Sing for us the songs of Zi - on! How could we sing a song of the Lord in a for - eign land? If I for - get you, Je - ru - sa - lem, may my right hand be for got - - ten! 4 May my tongue cleave to my pal - ate if I re - mem - ber you not, If I place not Je - ru - sa - lem a head - of my joy.

46 8 4th Sunday of Lent (Year C) Taste and see the good - ness of the Lord. I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low - ly will hear me and be glad. Glo - ri - fy the Lord with me, Let us to - geth - er ex - tol his name. I sought the Lord, and he an - swered me And de - liv - ered me from all my fears. Look to him that you may be ra - diant with joy. And your fac - es may not blush with shame. When the af - flict - ed man called out, the Lord heard, And from all his dis -tress he saved him.

47 5th Sunday of Lent (Year A) 9 With the Lord there is mer - cy and full-ness of re - demp - tion. Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord; Lord, hear my voice! Let your ears be at - ten - tive to my voice in sup - pli - ca - tion. If you, O Lord, mark in - iq - ui - ties, Lord, who can stand? But with you is for - give - ness, that you may be re - vered. I trust in the Lord; my soul trusts in his word. More than sen - ti - nels wait for the dawn, let Is - ra - el wait for the Lord. 4 For with the Lord is kind - ness and with him is plen - teous re - demp - tion; And he will re - deem Is - ra - el from all their in - iq - ui - ties.

48 40 5th Sunday of Lent (Year B) Cre - ate a clean heart in me, O God. Have mer - cy on me, O God, in your good - ness; in the great - ness of your com - pas - sion wipe out my of - fense. Thor - ough - ly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me. A clean heart cre - ate for me, O God, and a stead - fast spir - it re - new with - in me. Cast me not out from your pres - ence, and your Ho - ly Spir - it take not from me. Give me back the joy of your sal - va - tion, and a will - ing spir - it sus - tain in me. I will teach trans - gres - sors your ways, and sin - ners shall re - turn to you. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

49 5th Sunday of Lent (Year C) 4 The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy. When the Lord brought back the cap-tives of Zi - on, we were like men dream- ing. Then our mouth was filled with laugh - ter, and our tongue with re - joic - ing. Then they said a - mong the na - tions, The Lord has done great things for them. The Lord has done great things for us; we are glad in - deed. Re - store our for- tunes, O Lord, like the tor - rents in the south-ern de - sert. Those that sow in tears shall reap re joic - - ing. 4 Al - though they go forth weep - ing, car - ry - ing the seed to be sown, They shall come back re - joic - ing, car ry - ing - their sheaves. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

50 4 Passion (Palm) Sunday My God, my God, why have you a - ban-doned me? Psalm Verse no. All who see me scoff at me; they mock me with part - ed lips, they wag their heads: "He re - lied on the Lord; let him de - li - ver him, let him res - cue him, if he loves him." Psalm Verse no. In- deed, man - y dogs sur-round me, a pack of ev - il - do - ers clos - es in up -on me; They have pierced my hands and my feet; I can count all my bones. Psalm Verse no. They di - vide my gar-ments a - mong them, and for my ves - ture they cast lots. But you, O Lord, be not far from me; O my help, has - ten to aid me. Psalm Verse no. 4 I will pro - claim your name to my breth ren; in the midst of the as - sem - bly I will praise you: "You who fear the Lord, praise him; all you de - scen-dants of Ja - cob, give glo - ry to him; re - vere him, all you de - scen - dants of Is - ra - ël!"

51 Holy Thursday 4 Our bless - ing - cup is a com-mun ion - with the Blood of Christ. Psalm Verse no. How shall I make a re - turn to the Lord for all the good he has done for me? The cup of sal - va - tion I will take up, and I will call up - on the name of the Lord. Psalm Verse no. Pre - cious in the eyes of the Lord is the death of his faith - ful ones. I am your serv - ant, the son of your hand - maid; you have loosed MY bonds. Psalm Verse no. To you will I of - fer sac - ri - fice of thanks -giv - ing, and I will call up - on the name of the Lord. My vows to the Lord I will pay in the pres - ence of all his peo - ple.

52 44 Good Friday Fa - ther, in - to your hands I com - mend my spir - it. In you, O Lord, I take ref - uge; let me nev - er be put to shame. In your jus - tice res - cue me. In - to your hands I com - mend my spir - it; you will re - deem me, O Lord, O faith - ful God. For all my foes I am an ob - ject of re - proach, a laugh - ing - stock to my neigh - bors, and a dread to my friends; they who see me a - broad flee from me. I am for - got - ten like the un - re - mem -bered dead; I am like a dish that is bro - ken. But my trust is in you, O Lord; I say, "You are my God. In your hands is my des - ti - ny; res - cue me from the clutch - es of my en - e - mies and my per - se - cu - tors." 4 Let your face shine up - on your ser - vant; save me in your kind - ness. Take cour - age and be stout - heart - ed, all you who hope in the Lord.

53 Easter Vigil After st Reading, Option 45 Lord, send out your Spir - it, and re - new the face of the earth. Bless the Lord, O my soul! O Lord, my God, you are great in - deed! You are clothed with maj - es - TY and glo - ry, robed in light as with a cloak. 4 5 You fixed the earth up - on its foun - da - tion, not to be moved for - ev - er; with the o - cean, as with a gar-ment, you cov-ered it; a - bove the moun-tains the wa -ters stood. You send forth springs in - to the wa - ter -cours - es that wind a mong - - the moun tains. Be - side them the birds of heav -en dwell; from a - mong the branch-es they send forth their song. You wa - ter the moun -tains from your pal - ace; the earth is re - plete with the fruit of your works. You raise grass for the cat - tle, and veg - e - ta - tion for man's use, Pro - duc - ing bread from the earth. How man - i - fold are your works, O Lord! In wis - dom you have wrought them all the earth is full of your crea - tures. Bless the Lord, O my soul!

54 46 Easter Vigil After st Reading, Option The earth is full of the good-ness of the Lord. Up - right is the word of the Lord, and all his works are trust - wor - thy. He loves jus - tice and right; of the kind ness - of the Lord the earth is full. By the word of the Lord the heav - ens were made; by the breath of his mouth all their host. He gath - ers the wa - ters of the sea as in a flask; in cel - lars he con - fines the deep. Bless - ed the na - tion whose God is the Lord, the peo - ple he has cho - sen for his own in - her - it - ance. From heav - en the Lord looks down; he sees all man -kind. 4 Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield. May your kind - ness, O Lord, be up on - us who have put our HOPE in you.

55 Easter Vigil After nd Reading 47 You are my in - her - it ance, - O Lord. O Lord, my al - lot - ted por - tion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot. I set the Lord ev - er be - fore me; with him at my right hand I shall not be dis - turbed. There - fore my heart is glad and my soul re - joic - es, be my bo - dy, too, a - bides in con - fi - dence; - cause you will not a - ban - don my soul to the neth - er - world, nor will you suf - fer your faith - ful one to un - der - GO cor - rup - tion. You will show me the path to life, full - ness of joys in your pres - ence, the de - lights at your right hand for - ev - er.

56 48 Easter Vigil After rd Reading horse and char Let us sing to the Lord; he has cov-ered him - self in glo - ry. I will sing to the Lord, for he is glo - rious - LY tri - um - phant; -iot he has cast in - to the sea. My strength and my cour -age is the Lord, and he has been my sav - ior. He is my God, I praise him; the God of my fa - ther, I ex - tol him. 4 The Lord is a war - ri - or, Lord is his name! Pha - raoh's char - iots and ar - my he hurled in - to the sea; the e - lite of his of - fic - ers were sub -merged in the Red Sea. The flood wa - ters cov - ered them, they sank in - to the depths like a stone. Your right hand, O Lord, mag - nif - i - cent in pow'r, your right hand, O Lord, has shat tered the en - e - my. You brought in the peo - ple YOU re - deemed and plant - ed them on the moun - tain of YOUR in - her - it - ance the place where you made YOUR seat, O Lord, the sanc - tu - ar - y, Lord, which your hands es - tab - lished. The Lord shall reign for - ev - er and ev - er.

57 Easter Vigil After 4th Reading 49 I will praise you, Lord, for you have res - cued me. Psalm Verse no. I will ex - tol you, O Lord, for you drew me clear and did not let my en - e - mies re - joice o - ver me. O Lord, you brought me up from the neth - er - world; you pre - served me from a - mong those go - ing down in - to the pit. Psalm Verse no. Sing praise to the Lord, YOU his faith - ful ones, and give thanks to his ho - ly name. For his an - ger lasts but a mo - ment; a life - time, his good will. At night - fall, weep - ing en - ters in, but with the dawn, re - joic - ing. Hear, O Lord, and have pit - Y on me; O Lord, be my help - er. You changed my mourn-ing in - to danc - ing; O Lord, my God, for - ev - er will I GIVE you thanks.

58 50 Easter Vigil After 5th Reading You will draw wa - ter joy-ful - ly from the springs of sal - va - tion. God in - deed is my sav - ior; I am con - fi - dent and un - a - fraid. My strength and my cour - age is the Lord, and he has been my sav - ior. With joy you will draw wa - ter at the foun - tain of sal - va - tion. Give thanks to the Lord, ac - claim his name; a - mong the na - tions make known his deeds, pro - claim how ex - alt - ed is his name. Sing praise to the Lord for his glo rious - a - chieve- ment; let this be known through - out all the earth. Shout with ex - ul - ta - tion, O cit - Y of Zi - on, for great in your midst is the Ho - ly One of Is - ra - el!

59 Easter Vigil After 6th Reading 5 Lord, you have the words of ev - er - last - ing life. The law of the Lord is per - fect, re - fresh - ing the soul; The de - cree of the Lord is trust - wor - thy, giv - ing wis - dom to the sim - ple. The pre - cepts of the Lord are right, re - joic - ing the heart; the com - mand of the Lord is clear, en - light - en - ING the eye. The fear of the Lord is pure, en - dur - ing for - ev - er; the or - di - nanc - es of the Lord are true, all of them just. 4 They are more pre - cious than gold, than a heap of pur - est gold; sweet -er al - so than syr - up or hon - ey from the comb.

60 5 Easter Vigil After 7th Reading (when there is a Baptism) Like a deer that longs for run ning - streams, my soul longs for you, my God. Psalm Verse no. A - thirst is my soul for God, the liv - ing God. When shall I go and be - hold the face of God? corpuschristiwatershed.org I went with the throng and led them in pro - ces - sion to the house of God, a - mid loud cries of joy and thanks-giv - ing, with the mul - ti - tude keep-ing fes - ti - val. Send forth your light and YOUR fi - del - i - ty; they shall lead me on and bring me to your ho - ly moun - tain, to YOUR dwell ing - - place. 4 Then will I go in to the al - tar of God, the God of my glad - ness and joy; then will I give you thanks up - on the harp, O God, MY God!

61 After 7th Reading, Option (when there are no Baptisms) 5 You will draw wa - ter joy-ful - ly from the springs of sal - va - tion. God in - deed is my sav - ior; I am con - fi - dent and un - a - fraid. My strength and my cour - age is the Lord, and he has been my sav - ior. With joy you will draw wa - ter at the foun - tain of sal - va - tion. Give thanks to the Lord, ac - claim his name; a - mong the na - tions make known his deeds, pro - claim how ex - alt - ed is his name. Sing praise to the Lord for his glo rious - a - chieve- ment; let this be known through - out all the earth. Shout with ex - ul - ta - tion, O cit - Y of Zi - on, for great in your midst is the Ho - ly One of Is - ra - el! After the 7th Reading (when there are no Baptisms) two possible options are given, but nothing indicates that one option is to be preferred. Notice that one of the options is identical to the Responsorial Psalm sung after the 5th Reading : () You will draw water joyfully from the springs of salvation. Is. :-, 4, 5-6 God indeed is my savior (a) Create a clean heart in me, O God. Ps. 5:-, 4-5, 8-9 A clean heart create for me, O God Music directors often prefer Create a clean heart because they do not wish to repeat the same Responsorial Psalm that has already been sung after the 5th Reading.

62 54 After 7th Reading, Option (when there are no Baptisms) Psalm Verse no. & # Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ w Cre - ate a clean heart in me, O God. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ A clean heart cre - ate for me, O God, and a stead-fast spir - it re -new with - in me. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Cast me not out from your pres - ence, and your Ho - ly Spir - it take not from me. Psalm Verse no. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Give me back the joy of your sal - va - tion, and a will - ing spir - it sus - tain in me. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I will teach trans - gres - sors your ways, and sin - ners shall re - turn to you. Psalm Verse no. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ For you are not pleased with sac - ri - fic - es; should I of - fer a hol - o - caust, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ you would not ac - cept it. My sac - ri - fice, O God, is a con - trite spir - it; & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ a heart con - trite and hum - bled, O God, you will not spurn. After the 7th Reading (when there are no Baptisms) two possible options are given, but nothing indicates that one option is to be preferred. Notice that one of the options is identical to the Responsorial Psalm sung after the 5th Reading : () You will draw water joyfully from the springs of salvation. Is. :-, 4, 5-6 God indeed is my savior (a) Create a clean heart in me, O God. Ps. 5:-, 4-5, 8-9 A clean heart create for me, O God Music directors often prefer Create a clean heart because they do not wish to repeat the same Responsorial Psalm that has already been sung after the 5th Reading.

63 Easter Vigil Alleluiatic Resp. Psalm before Gospel 55 Al - le - lú - ia, al - le - lú - ia, al - le lú - - ia. Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his mer - cy en-dures for - ev - er. Let the house of Is - ra - ël say, "His mer - cy en - dures for - ev - er." The right hand of the Lord has struck with pow er; - the right hand of the Lord is ex alt - - ed. I shall not die, but live, and de - clare the works of the Lord. The stone the build - ers re - ject - ed has be - come the cor ner - - stone. By the Lord has this been done; it is won - der - ful in our eyes.

64 56 Easter Sunday This is the day the Lord has made; let us re - joice and be glad. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his mer - cy en - dures for - ev - er. Let the house of Is - ra - el say, "His mer - cy en - dures for - ev - er." Psalm Verse no. "The right hand of the Lord has struck with pow - er; the right hand of the Lord is ex - alt - ed. I shall not die, but live, and de - clare the works of the Lord." Psalm Verse no. The stone which the build - ers re - ject - ed has be - come the cor - ner - stone. By the Lord has this been done; it is won - der - ful in our eyes. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

65 nd Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday) 57 Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, his love is ev - er - last - ing. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Let the house of Is - ra - el say, "His mer - cy en - dures for - ev - er." Let the house of Aa - ron say, "His mer - cy en - dures for ev - - er." Let those who fear the Lord say, "His mer - cy en -dures for ev - - er." I was hard pressed and was fall - ing, but the Lord helped me. My strength and my cour age - is the Lord, and he has been my sav - ior. The joy - ful shout of vic - t'ry in the tents of the just. The stone which the build - ers re - ject - ed has be - come the cor - ner - stone. By the Lord has this been done; it is won - der - ful in our eyes. This is the day the Lord has made; let us be glad and re - joice in it. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

66 58 rd Sunday of Easter (Year A) Psalm Verse no. Lord, you will show us the path of life. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Keep me, O God, for in you I take ref - uge; I say to the Lord, "My Lord are you." O Lord, my al - lot - ted por - tion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot. 4 I bless the Lord who coun -sels me; e - ven in the night my heart ex - horts me. I set the Lord ev - er be - fore me; with him at my right hand I shall not be dis-turbed. a ne There - fore my heart is glad and my soul re - joic - es, my bod - y, too, - bides in con - fi - dence; be - cause you will not a - ban - don my soul to the - ther-world, nor will you suf - fer your faith - ful one to un - der - go cor - rup - tion. You will show me the path to life, a - bound - ing joy in your pres - ence, the de - lights at your right hand for - ev - er.

67 rd Sunday of Easter (Year B) 59 Lord, let your face shine on us. When I call, an - swer me, O my just God, you who re - lieve me when I am in dis - tress; have pit - y on me, and hear my prayer! Know that the Lord does won - ders for his faith - ful one; the Lord will hear me when I call up - on him. O Lord, let the light of your coun - te - nance shine up - on us! You put glad-ness in - to my heart. As soon as I lie down, I fall 4 peace - ful - ly a - sleep, for you a - lone, O Lord, bring se - cu - ri - ty to my dwell - ing.

68 60 rd Sunday of Easter (Year C) I will praise you, Lord, for you have res - cued me. Psalm Verse no. I will ex - tol you, O Lord, for you drew me clear and did not let my en - e - mies re - joice o - ver me. O Lord, you brought me up from the neth - er - world; you pre - served me from a - mong those go - ing down in - to the pit. Psalm Verse no. Sing praise to the Lord, YOU his faith - ful ones, and give thanks to his ho - ly name. For his an - ger lasts but a mo - ment; a life - time, his good will. At night - fall, weep - ing en - ters in, but with the dawn, re - joic - ing. Hear, O Lord, and have pit - Y on me; O Lord, be my help - er. You changed my mourn-ing in - to danc - ing; O Lord, my God, for - ev - er will I GIVE you thanks.

69 4th Sunday of Easter (Year A) 6 The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can be used as the REFRAIN on the 4th Sunday of Easter The Lord is my shep- herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas -tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e vil; With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. - for you are at my side You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - Psalm Verse no. 4 - flows. - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; On and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

70 6 4th Sunday of Easter (Year B) The stone re - ject - ed by the build - ers has be -come the cor ner- - stone. Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his mer - cy en - dures for - ev - er. It is bet - ter to take ref - uge in the Lord than to trust in man. It is bet - ter to take ref - uge in the Lord than to trust in princ - es. I will give thanks to you, for you have an swered - me and have been my sav - ior. The stone which the build - ers re - ject - ed has be - come the cor - ner - stone. By the Lord has this been done; it is won - der - ful in our eyes. Bless - èd is he who comes in the name of the Lord; we bless you from the house of the Lord. I will give thanks to you, for you have an - swered me and have been my sav - ior. Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; for his kind - ness en - dures for - ev - er.

71 4th Sunday of Easter (Year C) 6 We are His peo - ple, the sheep of His flock. Sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord, all you lands; serve the Lord with glad - ness; come be - fore him with JOY - ful song. Know that the Lord is God; he made us, his we are; his peo - ple, the flock he tends. The Lord is GOOD: his kind -ness en-dures for - ev - er, and his faith - ful - ness, to all GEN - er - a - tions.

72 64 5th Sunday of Easter (Year A) Lord, let your mer cy - be on us, as we place our trust in you. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Ex - ult, you just, in the Lord; praise from the up - right is fit - ting. Give thanks to the Lord on the harp; with the ten-stringed lyre chant his prais - es. Up - right is the word of the Lord, and all his works are trust -wor - thy. He loves jus - tice and right; of the kind - ness of the Lord the earth is full. See, the eyes of the Lord are up - on those who fear him, up - on those who hope for his kind-ness, To de - liv - er them from death and pre -serve them in spite of fam - ine.

73 5th Sunday of Easter (Year B) 65 I will praise you, Lord, in the as - sem - bly of your peo - ple. I will ful - fill my vows be - fore those who fear the Lord. The low - ly shall eat their fill; they who seek the Lord shall praise him: "May your hearts live for - ev - er!" All the ends of the earth shall re - mem - ber and turn to the Lord; all the fam - i - lies of the na - tions shall bow down be - fore him. To him a - lone shall bow down all who sleep in the earth; be - fore him shall bend all who go down in - to the dust. 4 And to him my soul shall live; my de - scend - ants shall serve him. Let the com - ing gen - er - a - tion be told of the Lord that they may pro - claim to a peo - ple yet to be born the jus - tice he has shown.

74 66 5th Sunday of Easter (Year C) I will praise your name for e - ver, my king and my God. The Lord is gra - cious and mer - ci - ful, slow to an - ger and of great kind-ness. The Lord is good to all and com - pas - sion - ate t'ward all his works. Let all your works give you thanks, O Lord, and let your faith - ful ones bless you. Let them dis - course of the glo - ry of your king - dom and speak of your might. Let them make known your might to the chil - dren of Ad - am, and the glo - rious splen - dor of your king - dom. Your king - dom is a king - dom for all ag - es, and your do - min - ion en - dures through all gen - er - a - tions. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

75 6th Sunday of Easter (Year A) 67 Let all the earth cry out to God with joy. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Shout joy - ful - ly to God, all the earth, sing praise to the glo - ry of his name; pro - claim his glo - rious praise. Say to God, "How tre - men - dous are your deeds!" Let all on earth wor - ship and sing praise to you, sing praise to your name! Come and see the works of God, his tre - men-dous deeds a - mong the chil-dren of Ad - am. He has changed the sea in - to dry land; through the riv - er they passed on foot; there -fore let us re - joice in him. He rules by his might for - ev - er. 4 Hear now, all you who fear God, while I de - clare what he has done for me. Bless - ed be God who re - fused me not my prayer or his kind - ness! Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

76 68 6th Sunday of Easter (Year B) The Lord has re - vealed to the na - tions his sav ing - pow'r. Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done won-drous deeds; his right hand has won vic - t'ry for him, his ho - ly arm. The Lord has made his sal - va - tion known: in the sight of the na - tions he has re - vealed his jus - tice. He has re - mem - bered his kind - ness and his faith - ful - ness t'ward the house of Is - ra - el. All the ends of the earth have seen the sal - va - tion by our God. Sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord, all you lands: break in - to song; sing praise. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

77 6th Sunday of Easter (Year C) 69 O God, let all the na - tions praise you! May God have pit - y on us and bless us; may he let his face shine up - on us. So may your way be known up - on earth; a - mong all na - tions, your sal - va - tion. May the na - tions be glad and ex - ult be-cause you rule the peo-ples in eq - ui - ty; the na - tions on the earth you guide. May the peo - ples praise you, O God; may all the peo - ples praise you! May God bless us, and may all the ends of the earth fear him! Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

78 70 Ascension (In some dioceses, 7th Sunday of Easter) &b Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ nœ œ God mounts his throne to shouts of joy: a blare of trum -pets for the Lord. &b œ œ œ œ œ nœ œ œ œ œ œ nœ œ All you peo - ples, clap your hands, shout to God with cries of glad - ness, &b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ For the Lord, the Most High, the awe - some, is the great king o - ver all the earth. & b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ nœ œ œ œ nœ œ œ God mounts his throne a - mid shouts of joy; the Lord, a - mid trum - pet blasts. & b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Sing praise to God, sing praise; sing praise to our king, sing praise. & b œ œ œ œ œ œ nœ œ œ nœ For king of all the earth is God; sing hymns of praise. &b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ God reigns o - ver the na - tions, God sits up - on his ho - ly throne. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

79 7th Sunday of Easter (Year A) 7 I be lieve - that I shall see the good things of the Lord in the land of the liv - ing. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN The Lord is my light and my sal - va - tion; whom should I fear? The Lord is my life's ref - uge; of whom should I be a - fraid? One thing I ask of the Lord; this I seek; To dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, That I may gaze on the love - li ness and con - tem plate - - his tem ple. - of the Lord Hear, O Lord, the sound of my call; have pit - y on me, and an swer - me. Of you my heart speaks; you my glance seeks. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

80 7 7th Sunday of Easter (Year B) The Lord has set his throne in heav - en. Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my be - ing, bless his ho - ly name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for - get not all his ben - e - fits. For as the heav - ens are high a - bove the earth, so sur - pas - sing is his kind - ness t'ward those who fear him. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our trans - gres - sions from us. The Lord has es - tab - lished his throne in heav - en, and his king - dom rules o - ver all. Bless the Lord, all you his an - gels, you might - y in strength, who do his bid - ding. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

81 7th Sunday of Easter (Year C) 7 The Lord is king, the most high o - ver all the earth. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB The Lord is king; let the earth re - joice; let the man - y is - lands be glad. Jus - tice and judg -ment are the foun - da - tion of his throne. The heav - ens pro claim - see his glo - ry. All gods are pros - trate be fore - his jus - tice, and all peo ples - him. You, O Lord, are the Most High o ver ex - alt - ed far a - bove all gods. - all the earth, Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

82 74 Pentecost (VIGIL MASS) Lord, send out your Spir - it, and re - new the face of the earth. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Bless the Lord, O my soul! O Lord, my God, you are great in - deed! You are clothed with maj - es - ty and glo - ry, robed in light as with a cloak. How man - i - fold are your works, O Lord! In wis -dom you have wrought them all. The earth is full of your crea- tures; bless the Lord, O my soul! Al - le - lu - ia. Crea-tures all look to you to give them food in due time. When you give it to them, they gath - er it; when you o - pen your hand, they are filled with good things. 4 If you take a - way their breath, they per - ish and re - turn to their dust. When you send forth your spir - it, they are cre - at - ed, and you re - new the face of the earth. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

83 Pentecost Sunday 75 Lord, send out your Spir - it, and re - new the face of the earth. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Bless the Lord, O my soul! O Lord, my God, you are great in - deed! How man - i - fold are your works, O Lord! the earth is full of your crea - tures; If you take a - way their breath, they per - ish and re - turn to their dust. When you send forth your spir - it, they are cre - at - ed, and you re - new the face of the earth. Psalm Verse no. May the glo - ry of the Lord en - dure for ev Pleas - er; may the Lord be glad in his works! - ing to him be my theme; I will be glad in the Lord. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

84 76 Trinity Sunday (Year A) Glo - ry and praise for ev - er! Bless - ëd are you, O Lord, the God of our fa - thers, praise - wor - thy and ex - alt - ed a - bove all for - ev - er; And bless - ëd is your ho - ly and glo rious name, praise-wor - thy and ex - alt - ed a - bove all for all ag - es. Bless - ëd are you in the tem - ple of your ho - ly glo - ry, praise - wor - thy and glo - ri - ous a - bove all for - ev - er. Bless - ëd are you on the throne of your king - dom, praise - wor - thy and ex - alt - ed a - bove all for - ev - er. 4 Bless - ëd are you who look in - to the depths from your throne up - on the cher - u - bim, praise - wor - thy and ex - alt - ed a - bove all for - ev - er. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

85 Trinity Sunday (Year B) 77 Bless -èd the peo - ple the Lord has chos -en to be his own. Up - right is the word of the Lord, and all his works are trust - wor - thy. He loves jus - tice and right; of the kind - ness of the Lord the earth is full. By the word of the Lord the heav - ens were made; by the breath of his mouth all their host. For he spoke, and it was made; he com -mand - ed, and it stood forth. See, the eyes of the Lord are up on - those who fear him, up - on those who hope for his kind - ness, To de - liv - er them from death and pre serve - them in spite of fam - ine. 4 Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield. May your kind - ness, O Lord, be up - on us who have put our hope in you. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

86 78 Trinity Sunday (Year C) O Lord, our God, how won-der -ful your name in all the earth. Psalm verse no. When I be-hold your heav-ens, the work of your fin-gers, the moon and the stars which you set in place; What is man that you should be mind - ful of him, or the son of man that you should care for him? Psalm verse no. You have made him lit - tle less than the an - gels, and crowned him with glo - ry and hon - or. You have giv - en him rule o - ver the works of your hands, put - ting all things un -der his feet: All sheep and ox en, - yes, and the beasts of the field, The birds of the air, the fish - es of the sea, and what-ev - er swims the paths of the seas.

87 Corpus Christi (Year A) falls on a Sunday in the USA 79 Praise the Lord, Je - ru - sa - lem. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Glo - ri - fy the Lord, O Je - ru - sa - lem; praise your God, O Zi - on. For he has strength-ened the bars of your gates; he has blest your chil-dren with - in you. He has grant - ed peace in your bor - ders; with the best of wheat he fills you. He sends forth his com - mand to the earth; swift - ly runs his word! He has pro - claimed his word to Ja - cob, his stat - utes and his or - di - nanc - es to Is - ra - ël. He has not done thus for an - y oth - er na - tion; his or - di - nanc - es he has not made known to them. Al - le - lu - ia.

88 80 Corpus Christi (Year B) falls on a Sunday in the USA I will take the cup of sal - va tion, - and call on the name of the Lord. How shall I make a re - turn to the Lord for all the good he has done for me? The cup of sal - va - tion I will take up, and I will call up on - the name of the Lord. Pre - cious in the eyes of the Lord is the death of his faith - ful ones. I am your ser - vant, the son of your hand maid; - you have loosed my bonds. To you will I of - fer sac - ri - fice of thanks-giv - ing, and I will call up - on the name of the Lord. My vows to the Lord I will pay in the pres -ence of all his peo - ple.

89 Corpus Christi (Year C) falls on a Sunday in the USA 8 You are a priest for ev - er, in the line of Mel - chiz - e - dek. The Lord said to my Lord: "Sit at my right hand till I make your en - e - mies your foot- stool." The scep -ter of your pow-er the Lord will stretch forth from Zi - on: "Rule in the midst of your en - e - mies." "Yours is prince -ly pow -er in the day of your birth, in ho - ly splen- dor; be - fore the day - star, like the dew, I have be - got - ten you." The Lord 4 has sworn, and he will not re - pent: "You are a priest for - ev - er, ac - cord - ing to the or - der of Mel - chiz - e - dek." If you want this score transposed to a different key, please

90 8 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Years A + B) Here am I, Lord; I come to do your will. I have wait - ed, wait ed - for the Lord, and he stooped t ward me and heard my cry. And he put a new song in - to my mouth, a hymn to our God. Sac - ri - fice or of - f ring you wished not, but ears o - pen to o - be - dience you gave me. Hol - o - causts or sin - of - f rings you sought not; then said I, Be - hold I come. In the writ - ten scroll it is pre scribed - for me, to do your will, O my God, is my de - light, and your law is with - in my heart! 4 I an - nounced your jus - tice in the vast as - sem - bly; I did not re - strain my lips, as you, O Lord, know.

91 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 8 Pro - claim his mar - ve - lous deeds to all the na - tions. to the Lord a new SONG; Sing sing to the Lord, all you lands. Sing to the Lord; bless his name. An -nounce his sal - va - tion, day af ter - DAY. Tell his glo - ry a - MONG the na - tions; a - mong all peo - ples, his won - drous deeds. Give to the Lord, you fam 'lies - - of na tions, give to the Lord glo - RY and praise; give to the Lord the glo - ry due his name! Psalm Verse no. 4 Wor - ship the Lord in ho - LY at - tire. Trem - ble be - fore him, all the earth; Say a - mong the na - tions: The Lord is king. He gov -erns the peo - ples with eq - ui - ty.

92 84 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) The Lord is my light and my sal - va - tion. The Lord is my light and my sal - va - tion; whom should I fear? The Lord is my life's re - fuge; of whom should I be a - fraid? One thing I ask of the Lord; this I seek: To dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, That I may gaze on the love - li - ness of the Lord and con - tem - plate his tem - ple. Psalm Verse no. I be - lieve that I shall see the boun - ty of the Lord in the land of the liv - ing. Wait for the Lord with cour - age; be stout - heart - ed, and wait for the Lord.

93 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 85 Teach me your ways, O Lord. Your ways, O Lord, make known to me; teach me your paths, Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my sav - ior. Re - mem - ber that your com pas - O Lord, and your love are from of old. - sion, In your kind - ness re - mem - ber me, be - cause of your good- ness, O Lord. Good and up - right is the Lord; thus he shows sin - ners the way. He guides the hum - ble to jus - tice and teach - es the hum - ble his way.

94 86 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) &b b Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Your words, Lord, are Spir it - and life. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The law of the Lord is per - fect, re - fresh - ing the soul; &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The de - cree of the Lord is trust - wor - thy, giv - ing wis - dom to the sim - ple. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The pre - cepts of the Lord are right, re - joic - ing the heart; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The com - mand of the Lord is clear, en - light - en - ing the eye. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The fear of the Lord is pure, en - dur - ing for - ev - er; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The or - di - nanc - es of the Lord are true, all of them just. 4 & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Let the words of my mouth and the thought of my heart & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ find fa - vor be - fore you, O Lord, my rock and my re - deem - er. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

95 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 87 Bless'd are the poor in spir - it; the king-dom of heav'n is theirs! ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Al - le - lú - ia, al - le - lú - ia. The Lord keeps faith for - ev - er, se - cures jus - tice for the op - pressed, gives food to the hun - gry. The Lord sets cap - tives free. The Lord gives sight to the blind; the Lord rais - es up those who were bowed down. The Lord loves the just; the Lord pro -tects stran - gers. The fa - ther - less and the wid - ow the Lord sus - tains, but the way of the wick - ed he thwarts. The Lord shall reign for - ev - er; your God, O Zi - on, through all gen - er - a - tions. Al - le - lu - ia. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

96 88 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) If to - day you hear his voice, hard - en not your hearts. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord; let us ac-claim the Rock of our sal - va - tion. Let us come in - to his pres-ence with thanks-giv - ing; let us joy ful - ly - sing psalms to him. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us bow down in wor- ship; let us kneel be - fore the Lord who made us. For he is our God, and we are the peo - ple he shep-herds, the flock he guides. Psalm Verse no. Oh, that to - day you would hear his voice: "Hard -en not your hearts as at Me - ri - bah, as in the day of Mas-sah in the de - sert, Where your fa - thers tempt - ed me; they test - ed me though they had seen my works."

97 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 89 I will sing of your sal - va - tion. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB In you, O Lord, I take re - fuge; let me nev - er be put to shame. In your jus - tice res - cue me, and de - liv - er me; in - cline your ear to me, and save me. Be my rock of re - fuge, a strong - hold to give me safe - ty, for you are my rock and my for- tress. O my God, res - cue me from the hand of the wick-ëd. For you are my HOPE, O Lord; my trust, O God, from MY youth. On you I de - PEND from birth; from my moth - er's womb you are my strength. 4 My mouth shall de - clare your jus - tice, day by day your sal va - - tion. O God,you have taught me from my youth, and till the pres-ent I pro-claim your won - drous deeds.

98 90 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) The just man is a light in dark-ness to the up - right. Light shines through the dark - ness for the up - right; he is gra - cious and mer - ci - ful and just. Well for the man who is gra -cious and lends, who con - ducts his af - fairs with jus - tice. He shall nev -er be moved; the just one shall be in ev - er - last - ing re mem- - brance. An e - vil re - port he shall not fear; his heart is firm, trust - ing in the Lord. His heart is stead - fast; he shall not fear. Lav - ish - ly he gives to the poor; his jus - tice shall en -dure for - ev - er; his horn shall be ex - alt - ed in glo - ry.

99 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 9 Praise the Lord, who heals the bro - ken heart - - ed. Praise the Lord, for he is good; sing praise to our God, for he is gra - cious; it is fit - ting to praise him. The Lord re - builds Je - ru - sa - lem; the dis - persed of Is - ra - ël he gath - ers. He heals the bro - ken - heart - ed and binds up their wounds. He tells the num - ber of the stars; he calls each by name. Great is our Lord and might - y in power; to his wis - dom there is no lim - it. The Lord sus - tains the low - ly; the wick - ed he casts to the ground.

100 9 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) In the sight of the an - gels I will sing your prais es, - Lord. I will give thanks to you, O Lord, with all my heart, for you have heard the words of my mouth; in the pres - ence of the an - gels I will sing your praise; I will wor - ship at your ho - ly tem - ple and give thanks to your name. Be - cause of your kind - ness and your truth; for you have made great a - bove all things your name and your prom - ise. When I called, you an - swered me; you built up strength with - in me. All the kings of the earth shall give thanks to you, O Lord, when they hear the words of your mouth; and they shall sing of the ways of the Lord: "Great is the glo ry - of the Lord." 4 Your right hand saves me. The Lord will com - plete what he has done for me; your kind - ness, O Lord, en -dures for - ev - er; for - sake not the work of your hands.

101 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 9 Bless-ed are they who fol - low the law of the Lord! Psalm Verse no. Bless Bless - ed are they whose way is blame - less, who walk in the law of the Lord. - ed are they who ob - serve his de - crees, who seek him with all their heart. You have com - mand - ed that your pre - cepts be dil - i - gent - ly kept. Oh, that I might be firm in the ways of keep - ing your stat - utes! Be good to your ser - vant, that I may live and keep your words. O - pen my eyes, that I may con - sid - er the won - ders of your law. Psalm Verse no. 4 In -struct me, O Lord, in the way of your stat- utes, that I may ex - act - ly ob -serve them. Give me dis - cern-ment, that I may ob-serve your law and keep it with all my heart.

102 94 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) I turn to you, Lord, in time of trou - ble, and you fill me with the joy of sal - va - tion. Bless - èd is he whose fault is tak - en a - way, whose sin is cov - ered. Bless - èd the man to whom the Lord im -putes not guilt, in whose spir - it there is no guile. Then I ac - knowl - edged my sin to you, my guilt I cov - ered not. I said, I con - fess my faults to the Lord, and you took a - way the guilt of my sin. Be glad in the Lord and re - joice, you just; ex - ult, all you up - right of heart.

103 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 95 Bless - ëd are they who hope in the Lord. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB Bless - ëd the man who fol - lows not the coun - sel of the wick - ëd, nor walks in the WAY of sin - ners, nor sits in the com - pa - ny of the in - so - lent, but de - lights in the law of the Lord and med - i - tates on his law day and night. He is like a tree plant - ed near run NING - - wa ter, that yields its fruit in due sea - son, and whose leaves nev - er fade. What - ev - er he does, pros - pers. Not so the wick ëd, - - not so; they are like chaff which the wind drives a way. For the Lord watch-es o - ver the way of the just, but the way of the wick - ëd van - ish - es.

104 96 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) The Lord is kind and mer - ci - ful. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my be - ing, bless his ho - ly name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for - get not all his be - ne - fits. He par - dons all your in - i - qui - ties, heals all your ills. He re - deems your life from des - truc - tion, crowns you with kind -ness and com - pas - sion. Psalm Verse no. Mer - ci - ful and gra -cious is the Lord, slow to an - ger and a boun- in kind-ness. - ding Not ac - cor - ding to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he re - quite us ac cor ding to our crimes. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our trans-gres -sions from us. As a fa - ther has com - pas - sion on his chil - dren, so the Lord has com - pas - sion on those who fear him. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

105 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 97 Lord, heal my soul, for I have sinned a - gainst you. Bless - èd is the one who has re - gard for the low - ly and the poor; in the day of mis - for - tune the Lord will de - liv - er him. The Lord will keep and pre -serve him; and make him bless -èd on earth, and not give him o - ver to the will of his en - e - mies. The Lord will help him on his sick - bed, he will take a - way all his ail - ment when he is ill. Once I said, "O Lord, have pit - y on me; heal me, though I have sinned a - gainst you." But be -cause of my in - teg - ri - ty you sus - tain me and let me stand be -fore you for - ev - er. Bless - èd be the Lord, the God of Is - ra - ël, from all e - ter - ni - ty. A - men. A - men. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

106 98 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) The Lord is kind and mer - ci - ful. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my be - ing, bless his ho - ly name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for - get not all his be - ne - fits. He par - dons all your in - i - qui - ties, heals all your ills. He re - deems your life from des - truc - tion, crowns you with kind -ness and com - pas - sion. Psalm Verse no. Mer - ci - ful and gra -cious is the Lord, slow to an - ger and a boun- in kind-ness. - ding Not ac - cor - ding to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he re - quite us ac cor ding to our crimes. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our trans-gres -sions from us. As a fa - ther has com - pas - sion on his chil - dren, so the Lord has com - pas - sion on those who fear him.

107 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 99 Rest in God a - lone, my soul. On - ly in God is my soul at rest; from him comes my sal - va - tion. He on ly - is my rock and my sal - va - tion, my strong-hold; I shall not be dis-turbed at all. On - ly in God be at rest, my soul, for from him comes my hope. He on - ly is my rock and my sal - va - tion, my strong-hold; I shall not be dis-turbed. Psalm Verse no. With God is my safe - ty and my glo - ry, he is the rock of my strength; my ref - uge is in God. Trust in him at all times, O my peo - ple! Pour out your hearts be fore - him.

108 00 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) The Lord is kind and mer - ci - ful. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my be - ing, bless his ho - ly name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for - get not all his be - ne - fits. He par - dons all your in - i - qui - ties, heals all your ills. He re - deems your life from des - truc - tion, crowns you with kind -ness and com - pas - sion. Psalm Verse no. Mer - ci - ful and gra -cious is the Lord, slow to an - ger and a boun- in kind-ness. - ding Not ac - cor - ding to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he re - quite us ac cor ding to our crimes. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our trans-gres -sions from us. As a fa - ther has com - pas - sion on his chil - dren, so the Lord has com - pas - sion on those who fear him.

109 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 0 Lord, it is good to give thanks to you. It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praise to your name, Most High, To pro - claim your kind -ness at dawn and your faith - ful - ness through-out the night. The just one shall flour-ish like the palm tree, like a ce - dar of Leb - a - non shall he grow. They that are plant - ed in the house of the Lord shall flour -ish in the courts of our God. They shall bear fruit e - ven in old age; vig - or - ous and stur - dy shall they be, De - clar - ing how just is the Lord, my rock, in whom there is no wrong.

110 0 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) Lord, be my rock of safe - ty. In you, O Lord, I take ref - uge; let me nev - er be put to shame. In your jus -tice res - cue me, in - cline your ear to me, make haste to de - liv - er me! Be my rock of ref - uge, a strong - hold to give me safe - ty. You are my rock and my for tress; - for your name's sake you will lead and guide me. Let your face shine up - on your ser - vant; save me in your kind - ness. Take cour - age and be stout - heart ed, - all you who hope in the Lord.

111 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 0 Sing with joy to God our help. Take up a mel - o - dy, and sound the tim - brel, the pleas - ant harp and the lyre. Blow the trum - pet at the new moon, at the full moon, on our sol - emn feast. For it is a stat - ute in Is - ra - ël, an or - di nance - - of the God of Ja cob, Who made it a de - cree for Jo - seph when he came forth from the land of E - gypt. An un - fa - mil - iar speech I hear: I re - lieved his shoul - der of the bur - den; his hands were freed from the bas - ket. In dis - tress you called, and I res - cued you. 4 There shall be no strange god a - mong you nor shall you wor - ship an - y al - ien god. I, the Lord, am your God who led you forth from the land of E - gypt.

112 04 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) Go out to all the world and tell the Good News. Praise the Lord all you na - tions; glo - ri - fy him, all you peo - ples! For stead - fast is his kind - ness t ward us, and the fi - del - i - ty of the Lord en - dures for - ev - er.

113 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 05 To the up - right I will show the sav - ing pow'r of God. Psalm Verse no. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB God the Lord has spo -ken and sum-moned the earth, from the ris - ing of the sun to its set - ting. "Not for your sac - ri - fic - es do I re -buke you, for your hol - o-causts are be fore - - me al ways." "If I were hun - gry, I would not tell you, for mine are the world and its full - ness. Do I eat the flesh of strong bulls, or is the blood of goats my drink?" "Of - fer to God praise as your sac - ri - fice and ful - fill your vows to the Most High; then call up - on me in time of dis-tress; I will res - cue you, and you shall glo - ri - fy me."

114 06 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) With the Lord there is mer - cy and full-ness of re - demp - tion. Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord; Lord, hear my voice! Let your ears be at - ten - tive to my voice in sup - pli - ca - tion. If you, O Lord, mark in - iq - ui - ties, Lord, who can stand? But with you is for - give - ness, that you may be re - vered. I trust in the Lord; my soul trusts in his word. More than sen - ti - nels wait for the dawn, let Is - ra - el wait for the Lord. 4 For with the Lord is kind - ness and with him is plen - teous re - demp - tion; And he will re - deem Is - ra - el from all their in - iq - ui - ties. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

115 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 07 I will praise you, Lord, for you have res - cued me. Psalm Verse no. I will ex - tol you, O Lord, for you drew me clear and did not let my en - e - mies re - joice o - ver me. O Lord, you brought me up from the neth - er - world; you pre - served me from a - mong those go - ing down in - to the pit. Psalm Verse no. Sing praise to the Lord, YOU his faith - ful ones, and give thanks to his ho - ly name. For his an - ger lasts but a mo - ment; a life - time, his good will. At night - fall, weep - ing en - ters in, but with the dawn, re - joic - ing. Hear, O Lord, and have pit - Y on me; O Lord, be my help - er. You changed my mourn-ing in - to danc - ing; O Lord, my God, for - ev - er will I GIVE you thanks. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

116 08 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) We are His peo - ple, the sheep of His flock. Sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord, all you lands; serve the Lord with glad - ness; come be - fore him with JOY - ful song. Know that the Lord is God; he made us, his we are; his peo - ple, the flock he tends. The Lord is GOOD: his kind -ness en-dures for - ev - er, and his faith - ful - ness, to all GEN - er - a - tions.

117 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 09 Lord, it is good to give thanks to you. It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praise to your name, Most High, To pro - claim your kind -ness at dawn and your faith - ful - ness through-out the night. The just one shall flour-ish like the palm tree, like a ce - dar of Leb - a - non shall he grow. They that are plant - ed in the house of the Lord shall flour -ish in the courts of our God. They shall bear fruit e - ven in old age; vig - or - ous and stur - dy shall they be, De - clar - ing how just is the Lord, my rock, in whom there is no wrong.

118 0 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) Lord, for - give the wrong I have done. Bless ed - a way, - - is the one whose fault is tak en Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB - whose sin is cov ered. Bless -ed the man to whom the Lord im - putes not guilt, in whose spir - it there is no guile. I ac - knowl - edged my sin to you, my guilt I cov -ered not. I said, "I con -fess my faults to the Lord," and you took a - way the guilt of my sin. You are my shel - ter; from dis - tress you will pre - serve me; with glad cries of free - dom you will ring me round. Be glad in the 4 Lord and re - joice, you just; ex - ult, all you up - right of heart.

119 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) Lord, in your great love an - swer me. For your sake I bear in - sult, and shame co - vers my face. I have be - come an out cast - a stran ger - to my broth ers, - to my chil - dren, be - cause zeal for your house con - sumes me, and the in - sults of those who blas-pheme you fall up - on me. I pray to you, O Lord, for the time of your fa vor, In - O God! your great kind -ness an - swer me with your con -stant help. An - swer me, O Lord, for boun -teous is your kind - ness; in your great mer - cy turn t'ward me. "See, you low ly - ones, and be glad; you who seek God, may your hearts re - vive! For the Lord hears the poor, and his own who are in bonds he spurns not. Let the heav - ens and the earth praise him, the seas and what - ev - er moves in them!"

120 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Give thanks to the Lord, his love is ev - er - last - ing. They who sailed the sea in ships, trad - ing on the deep wa - ters, these saw the works of the Lord and His won - ders in the a - byss. His com - mand raised up a storm wind which tossed its waves on high. They mount - ed up to hea - ven; they sank to the depths. Their hearts melt - ed a way - in their plight. They cried to the Lord in their dis - tress. From their straits He res - cued them. He hushed the storm to a gen - tle breeze, and the bil - lows of the sea were stilled. 4 They re - joiced that they were calmed, and He brought them to their de - sired ha - ven. Let them give thanks to the Lord for His kind - ness and His won - drous deeds to the chil dren - of men.

121 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) My soul is thirst - ing for you, O Lord my God. O God, you are my God whom I seek; for you my flesh pines and my soul thirsts like the earth, parched, life - less and with - out wa - ter. Thus have I gazed t'ward you in the sanc -tu - ar - y to see your pow - er and your glo - ry, for your kind - ness is a great - er good than life; my lips shall glo - ri - fy you. Thus will I bless you while I live; lift - ing up my hands, I will call up - on your name. As with the rich - es of a ban-quet shall my soul be sat - is - fied, and with ex - ult - ant lips my mouth shall praise you. 4 You are my help, and in the shad - ow of your wings I shout for joy. My soul clings fast to you; your right hand up -holds me.

122 4 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) For ev er - I will sing the good-ness of the Lord. The prom -is - es of the Lord I will sing for - ev - er, through all gen - er - a - tions my mouth shall pro-claim your faith -ful - ness. For you have said,"my kind-ness is es - tab-lished for ev - - er;" in heav - en you have con -firmed your faith - ful - ness. Bles - sëd the peo - ple who know the joy - ful shout. In the light of your coun - te- nance, O Lord, they walk. At Your name they re - joice all the day, and through Your jus - tice they are ex - alt - ed. You are the splen-dor of their strength, and by your fa - vor our horn is ex - alt - ed. For to the Lord be-longs our shield, and the Ho - ly One of Is - ra - el, our king.

123 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 5 I will praise you, Lord, for you have res - cued me. Psalm Verse no. I will ex - tol you, O Lord, for you drew me clear and did not let my en - e - mies re - joice o - ver me. O Lord, you brought me up from the neth - er - world; you pre - served me from a - mong those go - ing down in - to the pit. Psalm Verse no. Sing praise to the Lord, YOU his faith - ful ones, and give thanks to his ho - ly name. For his an - ger lasts but a mo - ment; a life - time, his good will. At night - fall, weep - ing en - ters in, but with the dawn, re - joic - ing. Hear, O Lord, and have pit - Y on me; O Lord, be my help - er. You changed my mourn-ing in - to danc - ing; O Lord, my God, for - ev - er will I GIVE you thanks.

124 6 th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) You are my in - her - it ance, - O Lord. Keep me, O God, for in you I take ref - uge; I say to the Lord, My Lord are you. O Lord, my al - lot - ted por - tion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot. I bless the Lord who coun - sels me; e - ven in the night my heart ex - horts me. I set the Lord ev - er be - fore me; with him at my right hand I shall not be dis - turbed. There - fore my heart is glad and my soul re - joic - es, be my bod - y, too, a - bides in con fi - - dence - cause you will not a - ban - don my soul to the neth - er - world, nor will you suf - fer your faith - ful one to un - der - go cor rup - - tion. 4 You will show me the path to life, full - ness of joys in your pres - ence, the de - lights at your right hand for - ev - er. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

125 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 7 I will praise your name for e - ver, my king and my God. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN I will ex - tol you, O my God and King, and I will bless your name for - ev - er and ev - er. Eve - ry day will I bless you, and I will praise your name for - ev - er and ev - er. Psalm Verse no. The Lord is gra - cious and mer - ci - ful, slow to an - ger and of great kind - ness. The Lord is good to all and com pas - -sion - ate t'ward all his works. Psalm Verse no. Let all your works give you thanks, O Lord, and let your faith - ful ones bless you. Let them dis - course of the glo - ry of your king - dom and speak of your might. 4 The Lord is faith - ful in all his words and ho - ly in all his works. The Lord lifts up all who are fall - ing and rais - es up all who are bowed down. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

126 8 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, plead-ing for his mer - cy. To you I lift up my eyes who are en-throned in heav - en As the eyes of ser -vants are on the hands of their mas - ters. As the eyes of a maid are on the hands of her mis - tress, So are our eyes on the Lord, our God, till he have pit - y on us. Have pit - y on us, O Lord, have pit - y on us, for we are more than sat - ed with con - tempt; our souls are more than sat - ed with the mock-er - y of the ar - ro- gant, with the con tempt - of the proud.

127 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 9 Let all the earth cry out to God with joy. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN Shout joy - ful - ly to God, all the earth, sing praise to the glo - ry of his name; pro - claim his glo - rious praise. Say to God, "How tre - men - dous are your deeds!" Let all on earth wor - ship and sing praise to you, sing praise to your name! Come and see the works of God, his tre - men-dous deeds a - mong the chil-dren of Ad - am. He has changed the sea in - to dry land; through the riv - er they passed on foot; there -fore let us re - joice in him. He rules by his might for - ev - er. 4 Hear now, all you who fear God, while I de - clare what he has done for me. Bless - ed be God who re - fused me not my prayer or his kind - ness!

128 0 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) The seed that falls on good ground will yield a fruit - ful har - vest. You have vis - it - ed the land and wa - tered it; great - ly have you en-riched it. God's wa - ter cours Psalm Verse no. - es - are filled; you have pre - pared the grain. Thus have you pre - pared the land: drench - ing its fur - rows, break - ing up its clods, soft - 'ning it with show - ers, bless - ing its yield. Psalm Verse no. You have crowned the year with your boun - ty, and your paths o - ver flow - - with a rich har vest; the un - tilled mead - ows o - ver - flow with it, and re - joic - ing clothes the hills. 4 The fields are gar - ment -ed with flocks and the val - leys blan - ket - ed with grain. They shout and sing for joy.

129 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Lord, let us see your kind - ness, and grant us your sal va - - tion. I will hear what God pro - claims; the Lord for he pro -claims peace. Near in - deed is his sal - va - tion to those who fear him, glo - ry dwel -ling in our land. Kind - ness and truth shall meet; jus - tice and peace shall kiss. Truth shall spring out of the earth, and jus - tice shall look down from hea - ven. The Lord him -self will give his be - ne - fits; our land shall yield its in-crease. Jus - tice shall walk be - fore him, and pre - pare the way of his steps.

130 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Option (Year C) Turn to the Lord in your need, and you will live. I pray to you, O Lord, for the time of your fa - vor, O God! In your great kind - ness an - swer me with your con - stant help. An - swer me, O Lord, for boun - teous is your kind - ness: in your great mer - cy turn t ward me. I am af - flict - ed and in pain; let your sav - ing help, O God, pro - tect me. I will praise the name of God in song, and I will glo - ri - fy him with thanks -giv - ing. See, you low - ly ones, and be glad; you who seek God, may your hearts re - vive! For the Lord hears the poor, and his own who are in bonds he spurns not. 4 For God will save Zi - on and re build - - the cit - ies of Ju dah. The de - scend - ants of his ser - vants shall in - her - it it, and those who love his name shall in - hab - it it.

131 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Option (Year C) &b b Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Your words, Lord, are Spir it - and life. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The law of the Lord is per - fect, re - fresh - ing the soul; &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The de - cree of the Lord is trust - wor - thy, giv - ing wis - dom to the sim - ple. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The pre - cepts of the Lord are right, re - joic - ing the heart; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The com - mand of the Lord is clear, en - light - en - ing the eye. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The fear of the Lord is pure, en - dur - ing for - ev - er; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The or - di - nanc - es of the Lord are true, all of them just. 4 & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ They are more pre - cious than gold, than a heap of pur - est gold; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ sweet - er al - so than syr - up or hon - ey from the comb.

132 4 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) Lord, you are good and for giv - - ing. You, O Lord, are good and for - giv - ing, a - bound - ing in kind - ness to all who call up - on you. Heark en, - O Lord, to my prayer and at tend - to the sound of my plead - ing. All the na - tions you have made shall come and wor - ship you, O Lord, and glo ri - fy - your name. For you are great, and you do won -drous deeds; you a - lone are God. You, O Lord, are a God mer - ci - ful and gra - cious, slow to an - ger, a - bound - ing in kind - ness and fi - del - i - ty. Turn t'ward me, and have pit - y on me; give your strength to your ser - vant.

133 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 5 The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can be used as the REFRAIN on the 4th Sunday of Easter The Lord is my shep- herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas -tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e vil; With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. - for you are at my side You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - Psalm Verse no. 4 - flows. - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; On and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

134 6 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) He who does jus - tice will live in the pres-ence of the Lord. One who walks blame-less - ly and does jus - tice; who thinks the truth in his heart and slan ders - not with his tongue. Who harms not his fel -low man, nor takes up a re-proach a -gainst his neigh- bor; by whom the rep - ro - bate is de - spised, while he hon - ors those who fear the Lord. Who lends not his mon-ey at u - su - ry and ac -cepts no bribe a -gainst the in - no - cent. One who does these things shall nev - er be dis - turbed. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

135 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 7 Lord, I love your com - mands. I have said, O Lord, that my part is to keep your words. The law of your mouth is to me more pre - cious than thou-sands of gold and sil - ver pie - ces. Psalm Verse no. Let your kind -ness com - fort me ac - cor - ding to your pro - mise to your ser - vants. Let your com - pas - sion come to me that I may live, for your law is my de - light. For I love your com - mand more than gold, ho - we - ver fine. For in all your pre - cepts I go for - ward; eve - ry false way I hate. 4 Won - der - ful are your de - crees; there - fore I ob - serve them. The rev - e - la - tion of your words sheds light, corpuschristiwatershed.org giv - ing un - der - stand - ing to the sim - ple. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

136 8 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) The hand of the Lord feeds us; he an - swers all our needs. Let all your works give you thanks, O Lord, and let your faith - ful ones bless you. Let them dis - course of the glo - ry of your king - dom and speak of your might. The eyes of all look hope -ful - ly to you, and you give them their food in due sea - son; you o - pen your hand and sat - is - fy the de - sire of eve - ry liv - ing thing. The Lord is just in all his ways and ho - ly in all his works. The Lord is near to all who call up - on him, to all who call up - on him in truth.

137 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 9 Lord, on the day I called for help, you an - swered me. Based on a tone by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB I will give thanks to you, O Lord, with all my heart, for you have heard the words of my mouth; in the pres - ence of the an - gels I will sing your praise; I will wor - ship at your ho - ly tem - ple and give thanks to your name. Be - cause of your kind - ness and your truth; for you have made great a - bove all things your name and your prom - ise. When I called you an-swered me; you built up strength with -in me. The Lord is ex - alt - ed, yet the low-ly he sees, and the proud he knows from a - far. Though I walk a - mid dis - tress, you pre-serve me; a - gainst the an - ger of my en - e - mies you raise your hand. 4 Your right hand saves me. The Lord will com -plete what he has done for me; your kind- ness, O Lord, en - dures for - ev - er; for - sake not the work of your hands.

138 0 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) The hand of the Lord feeds us; he ans-wers all our needs. Psalm Verse no. The Lord is gra -cious and mer - ci - ful, slow to an - ger and of great kind - ness. The Lord is good to all and com - pas - sion - ate t'ward all his works. Psalm Verse no. The eyes of all look hope - ful - ly to you, and you give them their food in due sea - son; you o - pen your hand and sat - is - fy the de - sire of eve - ry liv - ing thing. The Lord is just in all his ways and ho - ly in all his works. The Lord is near to all who call up - on him, to all who call up - on him in truth.

139 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) The Lord gave them bread from heav - en. What we have heard and know, and what our fa - thers have de-clared to us, We will de - clare to the ge - ne ra - tion - to come the glo - rious deeds of the Lord and his strength and the won ders - that he wrought. He com - mand - ed the skies a - bove and o - pened the doors of heav - en; he rained man - na up - on them for food and gave them heav - en - ly bread. Man ate the bread of an - gels, food he sent them in a - bun - dance. And he brought them to his ho - ly land, to the moun-tains his right hand had won.

140 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) If to - day you hear his voice, hard - en not your hearts. Based on a tone by Fr. Gregory Murray, OSB You turn man back to dust, say - ing, "Re - turn, O chil - -dren of men." For a thou sand years in your sight are as yes - ter - day, now that it is past, or as a watch of the night. You make an end of them in their sleep; the next morn - ing they are like the chang -ing grass, Which at dawn springs up a - new, but by eve - ning wilts and fades. Teach us to num - ber our days a - right, that we may gain wis-dom of heart. Re - turn, O Lord! How long? Have pit - y on your ser - vants! 4 Fill us at day - break with your kind - ness, that we may shout for joy and glad - ness all our days. And may the gra - cious care of the Lord our God be ours; pros - per the work of our hands for us! Pros - per the work of our hands!

141 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) Lord, let us see your kind - ness, and grant us your sal - va - tion. I will hear what God pro - claims; the Lord for he pro -claims peace. Near in - deed is his sal - va - tion to those who fear him, glo - ry dwel -ling in our land. Kind - ness and truth shall meet; jus - tice and peace shall kiss. Truth shall spring out of the earth, and jus - tice shall look down from hea - ven. The Lord him - self will give his be - ne - fits; our land shall yield its in-crease. Jus - tice shall walk be - fore him, and pre - pare the way of his steps.

142 4 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Taste and see the good - ness of the Lord. I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low - ly will hear me and be glad. Glo - ri - fy the Lord with me, Let us to - geth - er ex - tol his name. I sought the Lord, and he an - swered me And de - liv - ered me from all my fears. Look to him that you may be ra - diant with joy. And your fac - es may not blush with shame. When the af - flict - ed man called out, the Lord heard, And from all his dis -tress he saved him. 4 The an - gel of the Lord en -camps a - round those who fear him and de - liv - ers them. Taste and see how good the Lord is; bless - èd the man who takes ref - uge in him.

143 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 5 Bless -ëd the peo - ple the Lord has chos - en to be his own. Ex - ult, you just, in the Lord; praise from the up -right is fit - ting. Bless - ëd the na - tion whose God is the Lord, the peo - ple he has cho - sen for his own in - her - it - ance. See, the eyes of the Lord are up - on those who fear him, up - on those who hope for his kind - ness, To de - liv - er them from death and pre - serve them in spite of fam - ine. Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield. May your kind-ness, O Lord, be up - on us who have put our hope in you.

144 6 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) O God, let all the na - tions praise you! May God have pit - y on us and bless us; may he let his face shine up - on us. So may your way be known up - on earth; a - mong all na - tions, your sal - va - tion. May the na - tions be glad and ex - ult be-cause you rule the peo-ples in eq - ui - ty; the na - tions on the earth you guide. May the peo - ples praise you, O God; may all the peo - ples praise you! May God bless us, and may all the ends of the earth fear him! Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

145 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 7 Taste and see the good - ness of the Lord. I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low - ly will hear me and be glad. Glo - ri - fy the Lord with me, Let us to - geth - er ex - tol his name. I sought the Lord, and he an - swered me And de - liv - ered me from all my fears. Look to him that you may be ra - diant with joy. And your fac - es may not blush with shame. When the af - flict - ed man called out, the Lord heard, And from all his dis -tress he saved him. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

146 8 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) Lord, come to my aid! I have wait - ed, wait - ed for the Lord, and he stooped t ward me. The Lord heard my cry. He drew me out of the pit of de - struc - tion, out of the mud of the swamp; he set my feet up - on a crag; he made firm my steps. And he put a new song in - to my mouth, a hymn to our God. Man - y shall look on in awe and trust in the Lord. 4 Though I am af - flict - ed and poor, yet the Lord thinks of me. You are my help and my de - liv - er - er; O my God, hold not back!

147 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 9 Lord, your love is e - ter - nal; do not for - sake the work of your hands. Psalm Verse no. I will give thanks to you, O Lord, with all my heart, for you have heard the words of my mouth; in the pres-ence of the an -gels I will sing your praise; I will wor-ship at your ho -ly tem- ple. I will give thanks to your name, be -cause of your kind-ness and your truth: when I called, you an-swered me; you built up strength with -in me. The Lord is ex - alt - ed, yet the low -ly he sees, and the proud he knows from a - far. Your kind - ness, O Lord, en - dures for - ev - er; for - sake not the work of your hands.

148 40 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Taste and see the good - ness of the Lord. I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low - ly will hear me and be glad. The Lord has eyes for the just, and ears for their cry. The Lord con - fronts the e - vil - do - ers, to de - stroy re - mem brance - of them from the earth. When the just cry out, the Lord hears them, and from all their dis - tress he res - cues them. The Lord is close to the bro - ken heart ed; and those who are crushed in spir - it he saves. Man - y are the trou - bles of the just one, but out of them all the Lord de - liv - ers him; he watch - es o - ver all his bones; not one of them shall be bro - ken.

149 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 4 Go out to all the world and tell the Good News. Praise the Lord all you na - tions; glo - ri - fy him, all you peo - ples! For stead - fast is his kind - ness t ward us, and the fi - del - i - ty of the Lord en - dures for - ev - er.

150 4 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) My soul is thirst - ing for you, O Lord my God. O God, you are my God whom I seek; for you my flesh pines and my soul thirsts like the earth, parched, life - less and with - out wa - ter. Thus have I gazed t'ward you in the sanc -tu - ar - y to see your pow - er and your glo - ry, for your kind - ness is a great - er good than life; my lips shall glo - ri - fy you. Thus will I bless you while I live; lift - ing up my hands, I will call up - on your name. As with the rich - es of a ban-quet shall my soul be sat - is - fied, and with ex - ult - ant lips my mouth shall praise you. 4 You are my help, and in the shad - ow of your wings I shout for joy. My soul clings fast to you; your right hand up -holds me.

151 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 4 He who does jus - tice will live in the pres-ence of the Lord. One who walks blame-less - ly and does jus - tice; who thinks the truth in his heart and slan - ders not with his tongue. Who harms not his fel -low man, nor takes up a re-proach a -gainst his neigh- bor; by whom the rep - ro - bate is de - spised, while he hon - ors those who fear the Lord. Who lends not his mon-ey at u - su - ry and ac -cepts no bribe a -gainst the in - no - cent. One who does these things shall nev - er be dis - turbed.

152 44 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) God, in your good - ness, you have made a home for the poor. The just re - joice and ex - ult be - fore God; they are glad and re - joice. Sing to God, chant praise to his name; whose name is the Lord. The fa - ther of or - phans and the de - fend -er of wid - ows is God in his ho - ly dwell - ing. God gives a home to the for - sak - en; he leads forth pris -'ners to pros - per - i - ty. A boun - ti - ful rain you show - ered down, O God, up - on your in - her - it - ance; you re - stored the land when it lan - guished; your flock set - tled in it; in your good - ness, O God, you pro - vid - ed it for the need - y.

153 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 45 If to - day you hear his voice, hard - en not your hearts. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord; let us ac-claim the Rock of our sal - va - tion. Let us come in - to his pres-ence with thanks-giv - ing; let us joy ful - ly - sing psalms to him. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us bow down in wor- ship; let us kneel be - fore the Lord who made us. For he is our God, and we are the peo - ple he shep-herds, the flock he guides. Psalm Verse no. Oh, that to - day you would hear his voice: "Hard -en not your hearts as at Me - ri - bah, as in the day of Mas-sah in the de - sert, Where your fa - thers tempt - ed me; they test - ed me though they had seen my works."

154 46 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Praise the Lord, my soul! The Lord keeps faith for - ev - er, se - cures jus - tice for the op - pressed, gives food to the hun - gry. The Lord sets cap - tives free. The Lord gives sight to the blind. The Lord rais - es up those who were bowed down; the Lord loves the just. The Lord pro - tects stran - gers. The fa - ther - less and the wid - ow he sus - tains, but the way of the wick - ed he thwarts. The Lord shall reign for ev - - er; your God, O Zi - on, through all gen - er - a - tions. Al - le - lu - ia. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

155 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 47 In ev - 'ry age, O Lord, you have been our re - fuge. Based on a tone by Fr. Gregory Murray, OSB You turn man back to dust, say - ing, "Re - turn, O chil - -dren of men." For a thou sand years in your sight are as yes - ter day, - now that it is past, or as a watch of the night. You make an end of them in their sleep; the next morn - ing they are like the chang -ing grass, Which at dawn springs up a - new, but by eve - ning wilts and fades. Teach us to num - ber our days a - right, that we may gain wis-dom of heart. Re - turn, O Lord! How long? Have pit - y on your ser - vants! 4 Fill us at day - break with your kind - ness, that we may shout for joy and glad - ness all our days. And may the gra - cious care of the Lord our God be ours; pros - per the work of our hands for us! Pros - per the work of our hands! Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

156 48 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) The Lord is kind and mer -ci - ful, slow to an - ger, and rich in com - pas - sion. Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my be - ing, bless his ho - ly name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for - get not all his ben - e - fits. He par - dons all your in - iq - ui - ties, heals all your ills. re - deems your life from de - struc - tion, he crowns you with kind - ness and com pas - - sion. He will not al - ways chide, nor does he keep his wrath for - ev - er. Not ac - cord - ing to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he re - quite us ac - cord - ing to our crimes. 4 For as the heav - ens are high a - bove the earth, so sur - pas - sing is his kind - ness t'ward those who fear him. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our trans - gres -sions from us.

157 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 49 I will walk be fore - the Lord, in the land of the liv - ing. I love the Lord be - cause he has heard my voice in sup - pli - ca - tion, Be - cause he has in - clined his ear to me the day I called. The cords of death en - com - passed me; the snares of the neth - er - world seized up - on me; I fell in - to dis - tress and sor - row, And I called up - on the name of the Lord, O Lord, save my life! Gra - cious is the Lord and just; yes, our God is mer - ci - ful. The Lord keeps the lit - tle ones; I was brought low, and he saved me. 4 For he has freed my soul from death, my eyes from tears, my feet from stum-bling. I shall walk be - fore the Lord in the land of the liv - ing.

158 50 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) I will rise and go to my fa ther. - Have mer - cy on me, O God, in your good - ness; in the great - ness of your com - pas - sion wipe out my of - fense. Thor-ough - ly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me. Psalm Verse no. A clean heart cre - ate for me, O God, and a stead -fast spir - it re -new with - in me. Cast me not out from your pres - ence, and your Ho - ly Spir - it take not from me. O Lord, o - pen my lips, and my mouth shall pro -claim your praise. My sac - ri - fice, O God, is a con - trite spir - it; a heart con - trite and hum bled, - O God, you will not spurn.

159 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 5 The Lord is near to all who call up on - him. Eve - ry day will I bless you, and I will praise your name for - ev - er and ev - er. Great is the Lord and high - ly to be praised; his great -ness is un - search - a - ble. The Lord is gra-cious and mer - ci - ful, slow to an ger - - and of great kind ness. The Lord is good to all and com - pas - sion - ate t'ward all his works. The Lord is just in all his ways and ho ly - in all his works. The Lord is near to all who call up - on him, to all who call up - on him in truth.

160 5 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) The Lord up holds - my life. O God, by your name save me, and by your might de - fend my cause. O God, hear my prayer; heark - en to the words of my mouth. For the haugh - ty men have ris - en up a - gainst me, the ruth - less seek my life; they set not God be fore - their eyes. Be - hold, God is my help - er; the Lord sus - tains my life. Free - ly will I of - fer you sac - ri - fice; I will praise your name, O Lord, for its good- ness.

161 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 5 Praise the Lord who lifts up the poor. Based on a tone by Fr. Gregory Murray, OSB Praise, you ser - vants of the Lord, praise the name of the Lord. Bless - ëd be the name of the Lord both now and for - ev - er. Psalm Verse no. High a - bove all na-tions is the Lord; a -bove the heav-ens is his glo ry. - Who is like the Lord, our God, who is en - throned on high and looks up - on the heav ens - - and the earth be low? He rais - es up the low - ly from the dust; from the dung - hill he lifts up the poor to seat them with princ - es, with the princ - es of his own peo - ple.

162 54 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) Re - mem - ber your mer - cies, O Lord. Your ways, O Lord, make known to me; teach me your paths, guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my sav - ior. Re - mem - ber that your com pas - sion, - O Lord, and your love are from of old. The sins of my youth and my frail - ties re - mem - ber not; in your kind - ness re - mem - ber me, be - cause of your good ness, - O Lord. Good and up - right is the Lord; thus he shows sin - ners the way. He guides the hum - ble to jus - tice, and teach - es the hum - ble his way.

163 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 55 The pre - cepts of the Lord give joy to the heart. The law of the Lord is per - fect, re - fresh - ing the soul; the de - cree of the Lord is trust - wor - thy, giv - ing wis - dom to the sim - ple. The fear of the Lord is pure, en - dur - ing for - ev - er; the or - di - nanc - es of the Lord are true, all of them just. Though your ser - vant is care -ful of them, ver - y dil - i - gent in keep - ing them, Yet who can de - tect fail - ings? Cleanse me from my un - known faults! 4 From wan - ton sin es - pe - cial - ly, re - strain your ser - vant; let it not rule o - ver me. Then shall I be blame - less and in - no - cent of se - ri - ous sin.

164 56 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) Praise the Lord, my soul! The Lord keeps faith for - ev - er, se - cures jus - tice for the op - pressed, gives food to the hun - gry. The Lord sets cap - tives free. The Lord gives sight to the blind. The Lord rais - es up those who were bowed down; the Lord loves the just. The Lord pro tects - stran - gers. The fa - ther - less and the wid - ow he sus - tains, but the way of the wick - ed he thwarts. The Lord shall reign for ev - - er; your God, O Zi - on, through all gen - er - a - tions. Al - le - lu - ia. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

165 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 57 The vine-yard of the Lord is the house of Is - ra - ël. 4 Psalm Verse no. A vine from E gypt Psalm Verse no. - you trans-plant - ed; you drove a - way the na-tions and plant -ed it. It put forth its fo - li - age to the Sea, its shoots as far as the Riv - er. Why have you bro - ken down its walls, so that eve - ry pass - er - by plucks its fruit, The boar from the for - est lays it waste, and the beasts of the field feed up on - it? Once a - gain, O Lord of hosts, look down from heav - en, and see; take care of this vine, and pro - tect what your right hand has plant - ed the son of man whom you your - self made strong. Then we will no more with - draw from you; give us new life, and we will call up - on your name. O Lord, God of hosts, re - store us; if your face shine up - on us, then we shall be saved. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

166 58 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) May the Lord bless us all the days of our lives. Bless - èd are you who fear the Lord, who walk in his ways! For you shall eat the fruit of your hand - i - work; bless - èd shall you be, and fa - vored. Your wife shall be like a fruit -ful vine in the re - cess - es of your home; your chil - dren like ol - ive plants a - round your ta - ble. Be - hold, thus is the man bless d who fears the Lord. The Lord bless you from Zi - on: may you see the pros - per - i - ty of Je - ru - sa - lem all the days of your life. 4 May you see your chil -dren s chil - dren. Peace be up - on Is - ra - ël! Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

167 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 59 If to - day you hear his voice, hard - en not your hearts. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord; let us ac-claim the Rock of our sal va - - tion. Let us come in - to his pres-ence with thanks-giv - ing; let us joy ful - ly - sing psalms to him. Psalm Verse no. Come, let us bow down in wor- ship; let us kneel be - fore the Lord who made us. For he is our God, and we are the peo - ple he shep-herds, the flock he guides. Psalm Verse no. Oh, that to - day you would hear his voice: "Hard -en not your hearts as at Me - ri - bah, as in the day of Mas-sah in the de - sert, Where your fa - thers tempt - ed me; they test - ed me though they had seen my works." Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

168 60 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) I shall live in the house of the Lord all the days of my life. The Lord is my shep - herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas - tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re fresh - es - my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e - vil; for you are at my side with your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - - flows. 4 On - ly good -ness and kind -ness fol - low me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

169 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 6 Fill us with your love, O Lord, and we will sing for joy! Teach us to num - ber our days a - right, that we may gain wis - dom of heart. Re - turn, O Lord! How long? Have pit - y on your ser - vants! Fill us at day - break with your kind - ness, that we may shout for joy and glad - ness all our days. Make us glad, for the days when you af - flict - ed us, for the years when we saw e - vil. Let your work be seen by your ser - vants and your glo - ry by their chil - dren; and may the gra - cious care of the Lord our God be ours; pros - per the work of our hands for us! Pros - per the work of our hands! Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

170 6 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) The Lord has re - vealed to the na - tions his sav ing - pow'r. Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done won-drous deeds; his right hand has won vic - t'ry for him, his ho - ly arm. The Lord has made his sal - va - tion known: in the sight of the na - tions he has re - vealed his jus - tice. He has re - mem - bered his kind - ness and his faith - ful - ness t'ward the house of Is - ra - el. All the ends of the earth have seen the sal - va - tion by our God. Sing joy - ful - ly to the Lord, all you lands: break in - to song; sing praise. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

171 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 6 Give the Lord glo - ry and hon - or. Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all you lands. Tell his glo - ry a - mong the na - tions; a - mong all peo - ples, his won drous - deeds. Psalm Verse no. For great is the Lord and high - ly to be praised; awe-some is he, be -yond all gods. For all the gods of the na tions - are things of nought, but the Lord made the heav-ens. Psalm Verse no. Give to the Lord, you fam 'lies of na - tions, give to the Lord glo - ry and praise; give to the Lord the glo - ry due his name! Bring gifts, and en ter - his courts. Psalm Verse no. 4 Wor - ship the Lord, in ho - ly at - tire; trem - ble be - fore him, all the earth; say a - mong the na - tions: The Lord is king, he gov -erns the peo-ples with eq - ui - ty. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

172 64 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Lord, let your mer cy - be on us, as we place our trust in you. Up - right is the word of the Lord, and all his works are trust - wor - thy. He loves jus - tice and right; of the kind - ness of the Lord the earth is full. See, the eyes of the Lord are up - on those who fear him, up - on those who hope for his kind-ness, To de - liv - er them from death and pre -serve them in spite of fam - ine. Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield. May your kind - ness, O Lord, be up - on us who have put our hope in you. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

173 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 65 Our help is from the Lord, who made heav'n and earth. I lift up my eyes t'ward the moun- tains; whence shall help come to me? My help is from the Lord, who made heav'n and earth. May he not suf - fer your foot to slip; may he slum-ber not who guards you: in - deed he nei - ther slum - bers nor sleeps, the guard - ian of Is - ra - el. The Lord is your guard - ian; the Lord is your shade; he is be - side you at your right hand. The sun shall not harm you by day, nor the moon by night. 4 The Lord will guard you from all e - vil; he will guard your life. The Lord will guard your com - ing and your go - ing, both now and for - ev - er. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

174 66 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) I love you, Lord, my strength. Psalm Verse no. I love you, O Lord, my strength, O Lord, my rock, my for - tress, my de - liv - er - er. My God, my rock of ref uge, - my shield, the horn of my sal - va - tion, my strong- hold! Praised be the Lord, I ex - claim, and I am safe from my en e - - mies. The Lord lives and bless - ed be my rock! Ex - tolled be God my sav - ior. You who gave great vic - t'ries to your king and showed kind - ness to your a - noint - ed. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

175 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 67 The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy. When the Lord brought back the cap-tives of Zi - on, we were like men dream- ing. Then our mouth was filled with laugh - ter, and our tongue with re - joic - ing. Then they said a - mong the na - tions, The Lord has done great things for them. The Lord has done great things for us; we are glad in - deed. Re - store our for- tunes, O Lord, like the tor - rents in the south-ern de - sert. Those that sow in tears shall reap re joic - - ing. 4 Al - though they go forth weep - ing, car - ry - ing the seed to be sown, They shall come back re - joic - ing, car ry - ing - their sheaves. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

176 68 0th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) The Lord hears the cry of the poor. I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low - ly will hear me and be glad. Psalm Verse no. The Lord con-fronts the e - vil - do - ers, to de -stroy re -mem-brance of them from the earth. When the just cry out, the Lord hears them, and from all their dis-tress he res - cues them. Psalm Verse no. The Lord is close to the bro -ken-heart- ed; and those who are crushed in spir - it he saves. The Lord re-deems the lives of his ser-vants; no one in - curs guilt who takes ref-uge in him. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

177 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 69 In you, Lord, I have found my peace. O Lord, my heart is not proud, nor are my eyes haugh - ty; I bus - y not my - self with great things, nor with things too sub - lime for me. Nay ra - ther, I have stilled and qui - et - ed my soul like a weaned child. Like a weaned child on its mo - ther's lap, so is my soul with - in me. O Is - ra - el, hope in the Lord, both now and for - ev - er. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

178 70 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) I love you, Lord, my strength. Psalm Verse no. I love you, O Lord, my strength, O Lord, my rock, my for - tress, my de - liv - er - er. My God, my rock of ref - uge, my shield, the horn of my sal - va - tion, my strong- hold! Praised be the Lord, I ex - claim, and I am safe from my en e - - mies. The Lord lives and bless - ed be my rock! Ex - tolled be God my sav - ior. You who gave great vic - t'ries to your king and showed kind - ness to your a - noint - ed. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

179 st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 7 I will praise your name for e - ver, my king and my God. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can also be used as the REFRAIN I will ex - tol you, O my God and King, and I will bless your name for - ev - er and ev - er. Eve - ry day will I bless you, and I will praise your name for - ev - er and ev - er. Psalm Verse no. The Lord is gra - cious and mer - ci - ful, slow to an - ger and of great kind - ness. The Lord is good to all and com pas - -sion - ate t'ward all his works. Psalm Verse no. Let all your works give you thanks, O Lord, and let your faith - ful ones bless you. Let them dis - course of the glo - ry of your king - dom and speak of your might. 4 The Lord is faith - ful in all his words and ho - ly in all his works. The Lord lifts up all who are fall - ing and rais - es up all who are bowed down. Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

180 7 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) My soul is thirst - ing for you, O Lord my God. O God, you are my God whom I seek; for you my flesh pines and my soul thirsts like the earth, parched, life - less and with - out wa - ter. Thus have I gazed t'ward you in the sanc - tu - ar - y to see your pow - er and your glo - ry, for your kind - ness is a great - er good than life; my lips shall glo - ri - fy you. Thus will I bless you while I live; lift - ing up my hands, I will call up - on your name. As with the rich - es of a ban -quet shall my soul be sat - is - fied, and with ex - ult - ant lips my mouth shall praise you. 4 I will re - mem -ber you up - on my couch, and through the night-watch es - I will med - i - tate on you: You are my help, and in the shad-ow of your wings I shout for joy.

181 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) 7 Praise the Lord, my soul! The Lord keeps faith for - ev - er, se - cures jus - tice for the op - pressed, gives food to the hun - gry. The Lord sets cap - tives free. The Lord gives sight to the blind. The Lord rais - es up those who were bowed down; the Lord loves the just. The Lord pro tects - stran - gers. The fa - ther - less and the wid - ow he sus - tains, but the way of the wick - ed he thwarts. The Lord shall reign for ev - - er; your God, O Zi - on, through all gen - er - a - tions. Al - le - lu - ia.

182 74 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) Lord, when your glo - ry ap - pears, my joy will be full. Hear, O Lord, a just suit; at - tend to my out - cry; heark - en to my prayer from lips with - out de - ceit. My steps have been stead - fast in your paths, my feet have not fal - tered. I call up - on you, for you will an - swer me, O God; in - cline your ear to me; hear my word. Keep me as the ap - ple of your eye, hide me in the shad - ow of your wings. But I in jus - tice shall be-hold your face; on wak -ing I shall be con - tent in your pres-ence.

183 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) 75 Bless - ed are those who fear the Lord. Bless - ëd are you who fear the Lord, who walk in his ways! For you shall eat the fruit of your hand - i - work; bless - ëd shall you be, and fa - vored. Your Your wife shall be like a fruit - ful vine in the re - cess - es of your home; chil -dren like ol - ive plants a - round your ta - ble. Be - hold, thus is the man blest who fears the Lord. The Lord bless you from Zi - on: may you see the pros - per - i - ty of Je - ru - sa - lem all the days of your life.

184 76 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) You are my in - her - it ance, - O Lord. O Lord, my al - lot - ted por - tion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot. I set the Lord ev - er be - fore me; with him at my right hand I shall not be dis - turbed. There - fore my heart is glad and my soul re - joic - es, be my bo - dy, too, a - bides in con - fi - dence; - cause you will not a - ban - don my soul to the neth - er - world, nor will you suf - fer your faith - ful one to un - der - GO cor - rup - tion. You will show me the path to life, full - ness of joys in your pres - ence, the de - lights at your right hand for - ev - er.

185 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 77 The Lord comes to rule the earth with jus - tice. Sing praise to the Lord with the harp, with the harp and me - lo - dious song. With trum - pets and the sound of the horn sing joy - ful - ly be - fore the King, the Lord. Let the sea and what fills it re - sound, the world and those who dwell in it; let the riv - ers clap their hands, the moun tains - shout with them for joy. Be - fore the Lord, for he comes, for he comes to rule the earth, He will rule the world with jus - tice and the peo - ples with eq - ui - ty.

186 78 Christ the King Sunday (Year A) The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. The Lord is my shep - herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas - tures he gives me re - pose. Be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o - ver - flows. Psalm Verse no. 4 On - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

187 Christ the King Sunday (Year B) 79 The Lord is king; he is robed in maj - es - ty. Verse no. The Lord is king, in splen dor - robed; robed is the Lord and girt a - bout with strength. And he has made the world firm, not to be moved. Your throne stands firm from of old; from ev - er - last ing - you are, O Lord. Your de - crees are wor thy - - of trust in deed; ho - li - ness be - fits your house, O Lord, for length of days.

188 80 Christ the King Sunday (Year C) &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Let us go re - joic ing - to the house of the Lord. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I re - joiced be - cause they said to me, "We will go up to the &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ house of the Lord." And now we have set foot with - in your gates, O Je - ru - sa - lem. & bb Je œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - ru - sa - lem, built as a cit - y with com - pact u - ni - ty. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ To it the tribes go up, the tribes of the Lord. &b b Ac œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - cord - ing to the de - cree for Is - ra - el, to give thanks to the name of & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ the Lord. In it are set up judg - ment seats, seats for the house of Da - vid.

189 February Presentation (Purification) 8 & œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Who is this king of glo - ry? It is the Lord! & œ œ œ œ œ œ Lift up, O gates, your lin - tels; & œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ reach up, you an - cient por - tals, that the king of glo - ry may come in! & œ œ œ œ œ œ Who is this king of glo - ry? & œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord, strong and might - y, the Lord, might - y in bat - tle. & œ œ œ œ œ œ Lift up, O gates, your lin - tels; & œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ reach up, you an - cient por - tals, that the king of glo - ry may come in! 4 & œ œ œ œ œ œ Who is this king of glo - ry? & œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord of hosts; he is the king of glo - ry.

190 8 9 March St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary & bb Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The son of Da - vid will live for ev - er. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The prom - is - es of the Lord I will sing for - ev - er; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ through all gen - er - a tions - your faith ful - - my mouth shall pro claim - ness, & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ For you have said, "My kind - ness is es - tab - lished for - ev - er"; & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ in heav en - you have con - firmed your faith - ful - ness. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ "I have made a cov - e - nant with my cho - sen one, I have sworn to & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Da - vid my ser - vant: For - ev - er will I con - firm your pos - ter - i - ty & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ and es - tab - lish your throne for all gen - er - a - tions." & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ "He shall say of me, 'You are my fa - ther, my God, the Rock, my sav - ior.' & bb For œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - ev - er I will main - tain my kind - ness t'ward him, and my cov - e - nant &b b œ œ œ with him stands firm."

191 5 March Annunciation of the Lord 8 & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Here am I, Lord; I come to do your will. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Sac - ri - fice or ob - la - tion you wished not, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ but ears o - pen to o - be - dience you gave me. Hol - o - causts or & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ- œ œ œ sin - of - f rings you sought not; then said I, Be - hold I come. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ In the writ - ten scroll it is pre - scribed for me, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ to do your will, O my God, is my de light, œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - and your law is with - in my heart! & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I an - nounced your jus - tice in the vast as - sem - bly; & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I did not re - strain my lips, as you, O Lord, know. 4 & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Your jus tice - I kept not hid with - in my heart; & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ your faith - ful - ness and your sal - va - tion I have spo - ken of; & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I have made no se - cret of your kind - ness and your truth in the vast as - sem - bly.

192 84 June (VIGIL) Nativity of St. John the Baptist & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ w Since my mo - ther's womb, you have been my strength. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ In you, O Lord, I take ref - uge; let me nev - er be put to shame. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ In your jus - tice res - cue me, and de - liv - er me; in - cline your ear to me, and & bb œ & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ save me. Be my rock of ref - uge, a strong - hold to & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ give me safe - ty, for you are my rock and my for - tress. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ O my God, res - cue me from the hand of the wick - ed. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ For you are my hope, O Lord; my trust, O & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Lord, from my youth. On you I de - pend from birth; 4 &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ My mouth shall de - clare your jus - tice, day by &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ from my mo - ther's womb you are my strength. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ day your sal - va - tion. O God, you have taught me from my youth, & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ and till the pre - sent I pro - claim your won - drous deeds.

193 4 June Nativity of St. John the Baptist 85 &b b Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I praise you, for I am won - der - fully made. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ O Lord, you have probed me, you know me: &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ you know when I sit and when I stand; you un - der - stand my & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ thoughts from a - far. My jour - neys and my rest you scru - ti - nize, & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ with all my ways you are fa - mil - iar. & bb Tru Third Verse œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - ly you have formed my in - most be - ing; you knit me in my & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ mo -ther's womb. I give you thanks that I am fear - ful - ly, won der - ly & bb œ œ œ œ œ won - der - ful are your works. - ful - made; &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ My soul al - so you knew full well; nor was my frame un - known to you &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ When I was made in se - cret, when I was fash - ioned in the depths of the earth.

194 86 8 June (VIGIL) Saint Peter & Saint Paul & bb Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Their mes - sage goes out through all the earth. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The heav - ens de - clare the glo - ry of God; and the fir - ma - ment & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ pro - claims his hand - i - work. Day pours out the word to day; &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ and night to night im - parts knowl - edge. nd Psalm Verse &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Not a word nor a dis - course whose voice is not heard; through all the &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ earth their voice re - sounds, and to the ends of the world, their mes - sage.

195 9 June Saint Peter & Saint Paul 87 & # Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The an - gel of the Lord will res - cue those who fear him. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low ly - will hear me and be glad. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Glo - ri - fy the Lord with me, let us to - geth - er ex - tol his name. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I sought the Lord, and he an - swered me and de - liv ered - me from all my fears. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Look to him that you may be ra - diant with joy, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ and your fac - es may not blush with shame. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ When the poor one called out, the Lord heard, and from all his dis - tress he saved him. 4 & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The an - gel of the Lord en - camps & # a œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - round those who fear him, and de - liv - ers them. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Taste and see how good the Lord is; bless èd - the man who takes ref - uge in him.

196 88 6 August Transfiguration of the Lord & # Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord is king, the Most High o - ver all the earth. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord is king; let the earth re - joice; let the man - y & # is œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - lands be glad. Clouds and dark - ness are round a - bout him, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ jus - tice and judg - ment are the foun - da - tion of his throne. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The moun - tains melt like wax be - fore the Lord, & # be œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - fore the Lord of all the earth. The heav - ens pro - claim his jus - tice, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ and all peo - ples see his glo - ry. & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Be - cause you, O Lord, are the Most High o - ver all the earth, & # œ œ œ œ œ œ œ ex - alt - ed far a - bove all gods. Including 64 full-color pictures of the Vatican II Mass : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

197 4 August (VIGIL) Our Lady s Assumption 89 Lord, go up to the place of your rest, you and the ark of your ho - li - ness. Be - hold, we heard of it in E - phra- thah; we found it in the fields of Ja - ar. Let us en -ter his dwell-ing, let us wor-ship at his foot-stool. May your priests be clothed with jus - tice; let your faith -ful ones shout mer ri - for joy. - ly For the sake of Da - vid your ser - vant, re - ject not the plea of your a - noint - ed. For the Lord has cho - sen Zi - on; he pre - fers her for her dwell - ing. "Zi - on is my rest - ing place for - ev - er; in her will I dwell, for I pre - fer her." Your congregation will absolutely love : CCWATERSHED.ORG/JOGUES

198 90 5 August Our Lady s Assumption The queen stands at your right hand, ar - rayed in gold. The queen takes her place at your right hand in gold of O - phir. Hear, O daugh - ter, and see; turn your ear, for - get your peo - ple and your fa - ther's house. So shall the king de - sire your beau - ty; for he is your lord. Psalm Verse no. 4 They are borne in with glad-ness and joy; they en - ter the pal - ace of the king.

199 4 September Exaltation of the Holy Cross 9 & bb Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Do not for get - the works of the Lord! & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Heark- en, my peo - ple, to my teach- ing; in - cline your ears to the words of my mouth. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I will o - pen my mouth in a par - a - ble, I will ut - ter mys-t'ries from of old. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ While he slew them they sought him and in - quired af - ter God a - gain, & bb Re œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - mem - b'ring that God was their rock and the Most High God, their re - deem - er. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ But they flat - tered him with their mouths and lied to him & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ with their tongues, Though their hearts were not stead - fast t'ward him, & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ nor were they faith - ful to his cov e - - nant. 4 & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ But he, be - ing mer - ci - ful, for - gave their sin and de - stroyed them not; &b b Of œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - ten he turned back his an - ger and let none of his wrath be roused.

200 9 November All Saints & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Lord, this is the peo - ple that longs to see your face. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord's are the earth and its full - ness; the world and those who dwell in it. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ For he found - ed it up - on the seas and es - tab - lished it up on - - the riv ers. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Who can as - cend the moun-tain of the Lord? or who may stand in his ho - ly place? & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ One whose hands are sin - less, whose heart is clean, who de - sires not what is vain. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ He shall re - ceive a bless - ing from the Lord, a re - ward from God his sav - ior. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Such is the race that seeks him, that seeks the face of the God of Ja - cob.

201 November All Souls 9 The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can be used as the REFRAIN on the 4th Sunday of Easter The Lord is my shep- herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas -tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e vil; With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. - for you are at my side You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - Psalm Verse no. 4 - flows. - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; On and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

202 94 9 November Dedication of the Lateran Basilica &b b Œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The wa - ters of the riv - er glad -den the cit - y of God, &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ the ho - ly dwell -ing of the Most High! &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ God is our ref - uge and our strength, &b b There &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ an ev - er - pre - sent help in dis - tress. œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - fore, we fear not, though the earth be shak - en &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ and moun - tains plunge in - to the depths of the sea. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ There is a stream whose run - lets &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ glad - den the cit - y of God, the ho - ly dwell - ing of the Most High. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ God is in its midst; it shall not be dis - turbed; God will help it at the &b b œ œ break of dawn. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord of hosts is with us; our strong - hold is the God of Ja - cob. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Come! be - hold the deeds of the Lord, the as - tound ing - things he has wrought on earth.

203 8 December Immaculate Conception 95 &b b Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done mar -vel -ous deeds. œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done won - drous deeds; &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ His right hand has won vic - t'ry for him, his ho - ly arm. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The Lord has made his sal - va - tion known: &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ in the sight of the na - tions he has re - vealed his jus - tice. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ He has re - mem - bered his kind - ness and his faith - ful - ness &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ t'ward the house of Is - ra - el. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ All the ends of the earth have seen the sal - va - tion by our God. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Sing joy - f'lly to the Lord, all you lands; break in - to song; sing praise.

204 96 Catholic Funeral (Requiem Mass) Option The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can be used as the REFRAIN on the 4th Sunday of Easter The Lord is my shep- herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas -tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e vil; With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. - for you are at my side You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - Psalm Verse no. 4 - flows. - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; On and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

205 Catholic Wedding (Nuptial Mass) Option 97 &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ w Taste and see the good - ness of the Lord. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ev - er in my mouth. &b b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Let my soul glo - ry in the Lord; the low - ly will hear me and be glad. & bb Glo œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ - ri - fy the Lord with me, Let us to - geth - er ex - tol his name. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ I sought the Lord, and he an - swered me And de - liv - ered me from all my fears. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Look to him that you may be ra - diant with joy. And your fac - es may not blush with shame. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ When the af - flict - ed man called out, the Lord heard, And from all his dis -tress he saved him. 4 & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ The an - gel of the Lord en -camps a - round those who fear him and de - liv - ers them. & bb œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ Taste and see how good the Lord is; bless - èd the man who takes ref - uge in him.

206 98 Sacrament of Confirmation (Ritual Mass) Option The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth-ing I shall want. Psalm Verse no. ALLELUIA can be used as the REFRAIN on the 4th Sunday of Easter The Lord is my shep- herd; I shall not want. In ver - dant pas -tures he gives me re - pose; be - side rest - ful wa - ters he leads me; he re - fresh - es my soul. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake. E - ven though I walk in the dark val - ley I fear no e vil; With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age. - for you are at my side You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes; you a - noint my head with oil; my cup o ver - Psalm Verse no. 4 - flows. - ly good - ness and kind - ness fol - low me all the days of my life; On and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come.

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