|Entrance||Praise we our God with joy|
|Kyrie||Kyrie Eleison from Missa Ubi Caritas (Bob Hurd)|
|Gloria||Missa Ubi Caritas (Hurd)|
|Psalm||Ps 23 (David Saint)|
|Gospel Acclamation||Easter Alleluia (plainchant)|
|Preparation of the Gifts||How lovely are thy dwellings (Brahms)|
|Sanctus, Acclamation, Amen||Missa Ubi Caritas (Hurd)|
|Agnus Dei||Missa Ubi Caritas (Hurd)|
|Communion||Come to me (Martin Barry & Diane Murden)|
|Postcommunion||Exsultate Justi (Lodovico Viadana, c. 1560-1627)|
|Recessional||For all the saints|
|Organ Voluntary||Placare Christe Servulis, Op. 38 No. 16 (Marcel Dupré)|
As well as in our recessional hymn, we had saints in the entrance hymn (Angels and saints with us, their grateful voices blending); in Brahms’s How lovely are thy dwellings, with its text from Psalm 84:
O blest are they that in thy house are dwelling:
they ever praise thee, O Lord, for evermore.
and in Viadana’s Exsultate Justi, which sets the opening verses of Psalm 33 from today’s Introit:
Rejoice, you just, in the Lord;
praise from the upright is fitting.
Come to Me combines the text of the Gospel Acclamation with a paraphrase of the Beatitudes from today’s Gospel and Communion Antiphon. With a repeated refrain and verses for the choir, we find it works well as a Communion processional song. The sheet music is available as a free download.