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Be Still and Know

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Some Sing for Joy

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LYRICS
 Some sing for Joy- some are deep in despair- some lost in a maze in a Lukewarm daze and time runs out
So much suffering years of tears creation groans -come Lord Come Always you're near - to forgive and to heal - all we need to is ask and be Sealed by your Spirit - Lord have mercy Lord have mercy Lord have mercy Lord have mercy
You know us most keenly - our moves and our motives -you know us most clearly -you know us most dearly - calling on you- Sacred Heart Abyss of Love overflowing -quench our thirst
Tour close to the broken - in body or spirit - you’re close to the humble The proud fall and stumble - and we sing - son of God son of Mary
Lord and Lamb - Heart of fire

Psalm 145: 1-13

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St. Augustine says that “whole Christ” [totus Christus] prays the psalms. He explained, "By whole I mean with His body, of which He is the Head.” Head and body are Christ and the church. The two are united in one voice and inseparable.

In the Psalms, and not merely Psalms of praise, or general petition, but even (and especially) those on the brink of despair while alienated from God; they’re all on the lips of Jesus. He speaks for us, with us, as one with us. St. Augustine teaches us to pray the Psalms as those caught up in Jesus’ prayer and He in ours. The cross and resurrection are the life of the whole Christ; what goes for Jesus goes also for His Body, the church. This means that in our loneliness, abandonment, suffering, and even death, Christ is there with us and we are with Him, and we are in solidarity with each other.

With the Psalms, then, David prays, we pray, but above all — and with all of us together — Jesus prays. St. Pope John Paul II often repeated a quote from Vatican II that in his incarnation Christ identified with each one of us in a personal way. While on earth, Jesus prayed the Psalm with his parents at home, in the synagogue, and with his disciples. When we pray(sing) the psalms, Jesus is praying with us. When we sing any of the psalms we should imagine Christ leading us in the Psalm.

Psalm 145 is a joy-filled psalm that extols, blesses, praises, meditates on, and enumerates many of God’s divine attributes, his works, and his kingdom.

Responsorial Psalm 31(32):1-2,5,11 for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B - You Are My Refuge, O Lord; You Fill Me With The Joy Of Salvation

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Responsorial Psalm 31(32):1-2,5,11 for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

You are my refuge, O Lord; you fill me with the joy of salvation.

Happy the man whose offence is forgiven,
whose sin is remitted.
O happy the man to whom the Lord
imputes no guilt,
in whose spirit is no guile.

You are my refuge, O Lord; you fill me with the joy of salvation.

Domingo 6 Ordinario B - Salmo 31 - Perdona, Señor, nuestros pecados

YouTube video: https://youtu.be/8iXAQWTJCV4

Salmo Responsorial para Domingo 6 Ordinario B - Salmo 31 - Perdona, Señor, nuestros pecados. Leccionario: 77. Descarga gratuita de partituras en el siguiente enlace. Todos los versos del salmo están disponibles. / Responsorial psalm in Spanish for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B. Free download of sheet music at the following link. All the psalm verses are available.

https://insong.org/product/domingo-6-ordinario-b-salmo-31-perdona-senor-nuestros-pecados/

Music © 2021, Anthony Moran, https://insong.org
Arranged and recorded by Richard Schletty

The Lord of Pure Joy

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A little tune celebrating humor. A Joy-filled gift from the Lord. that we need to develop and employ in our current times. LYRICS:
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                                                                      The Lord of Joy
1) Your will unfolds for us in time 2) and us you purify/ refine 3You call us to rest in you 4and to share your Love and Truth
1)for in truth lies our freedom 2) and the glory of your kingdom 3)the powers of hell shall not prevail 4) as we undergo travail
1 Evil inspires a foul rumor 2) that dead is our sense of humor 3) the Lord of pure joy smiles 4) so we join him in pure laughter

Gifts and Talents from God

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Gifts and Talents from God was written song lyric by Vi Nguyen and recorded by Diamond Garden Music.
Hope to inspire one another to share gifts and talents from God to brothers and sisters.

Hymn of the Month – February: Mother Dearest, Mother Fairest

As part of my series on Catholic hymns, I have chosen a hymn that was widely used by evening novena prayer groups. The text of the hymn may have been inspired by verses  written by Father Frederick W. Faber. This is one of my favorite Marian hymns and it was sung by St. Mary’s Choir in Akron, Ohio on various occasions for more than thirty-five years. The words and music first appeared in 1883 and can be credited to a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur.

Though not originally written for novenas, the hymn was incorporated into the evening novena programs as early as the 1930s. In addition to the traditional words and melody, I found four other melodies that were used for this hymn.

Please take a few moments to read about this wonderful Marian hymn and visit my website Mother of Mercy Catholic Hymns and click on HYMN OF THE MONTH.

Responsorial Psalm 146(147):1-6 for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B - Praise The Lord Who Heals The Broken-Hearted

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Responsorial Psalm 146(147):1-6 for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

Praise the Lord who heals the broken-hearted.

Praise the Lord for he is good;
sing to our God for he is loving:
to him our praise is due.

Praise the Lord who heals the broken-hearted.

The Lord builds up Jerusalem
and brings back Israel’s exiles,
he heals the broken-hearted,
he binds up all their wounds.
He fixes the number of the stars;
he calls each one by its name.

Praise the Lord who heals the broken-hearted.

Listening to the wind

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God wills all to be saved (from eternal self-condemnation in hell). God takes no delight in the death(eternal self-alienation from him) of any person. In hindsight, we can see some of this in 

Domingo 5 Ordinario B - Salmo 146 - Alabemos al Señor, nuestro Dios

YouTube video: https://youtu.be/UzlsWOuP7qU

Salmo Responsorial para Domingo 5 Ordinario, Ciclo B - Salmo 146 - Alabemos al Señor, nuestro Dios. Leccionario: 74. Descarga gratuita de partituras en el siguiente enlace. Todos los versos del salmo están disponibles. / Responsorial psalm in Spanish for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B. Free download of sheet music at the following link. All the psalm verses are available.

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Musica: Anthony Moran © 2019, Catholic Liturgy in Song, insong.org
Arranged and recorded by Richard Schletty

Texto: Leccionarios I, II y III. © 1987, 2004, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia Episcopal Mexicana.

Fiesta de la Presentación del Señor ABC - Salmo 23 - El Señor es el rey de la gloria

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YouTube video: https://youtu.be/rqJi-iwWWOQ

Salmo responsorial (responsorial psalm): Fiesta de la Presentación del Señor ABC – Salmo 23 – El Señor es el rey de la gloria. Free download of sheet music at the following link. All the psalm verses are available.

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Music © 2019, Anthony Moran, https://catholicliturgyinsong.org

Originally published

Peter's Song

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Psalm 130

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Antiphon *I cry to you Lord for mercy
You know all my sins - I’m guilty
Jesus I Trust in You - and Your divine mercy

Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord, * Lord, hear my voice!
O let your ears be attentive *
to the voice of my pleading.
If you, O Lord, should mark our guilt, * Lord, who would survive?
But with you is found forgiveness: * for this we revere you.
My soul is waiting for the Lord, *
I count on his word.
My soul is longing for the Lord * more than watchman for daybreak.

Let the watchman count on daybreak *   and Israel on the Lord.
Because with the Lord there is mercy * and fullness of redemption,

Israel indeed he will redeem *from all its iniquity.
Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord, * Lord, hear my voice!
O let your ears be attentive *
to the voice of my pleading.

Responsorial Psalm 94(95):1-2,6-9 for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B - O, That Today You Would Listen To His Voice! ‘Harden Not Your Heats.’

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Responsorial Psalm 94(95):1-2,6-9 for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

O that today you would listen to his voice! ‘Harden not your hearts.’

Come, ring out our joy to the Lord;
hail the rock who saves us.
Let us come before him, giving thanks,
with songs let us hail the Lord.

O that today you would listen to his voice! ‘Harden not your hearts.’

Come in; let us bow and bend low;
let us kneel before the God who made us:
for he is our God and we
the people who belong to his pasture,
the flock that is led by his hand.
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