24th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A, 2011)

Sunday, 11 September 2011

 
Entrance Praise my soul, the king of heaven
Kyrie Mass of the Creator Spirit (Ed Nowak)
Gloria Mass of the Most Sacred Heart (Jacob Bancks)
Psalm Ps 102 (Boulton Smith/Gélineau)
Gospel Acclamation St Agatha Alleluia (mcb)
Preparation of the Gifts Now we remain (David Haas)
Sanctus, Acclamation, Amen Spring Sanctus (mcb)
Agnus Dei Mass of the Creator Spirit
Communion Forget not what God has done (Marty Haugen)
Postcommunion Prayer of St Richard of Chichester (Malcolm Archer)
Recessional Thanks be to God (Stephen Dean)
 

Today’s readings, focusing on God’s forgiveness, were summed up, as so often, in the psalm response:

The Lord is compassion and love
slow to anger and rich in mercy

We had three versions of Ps 102(103) – the responsorial psalm itself, and Marty Haugen’s setting, and Henry Lyte’s stirring and stately paraphrase in our opening hymn.

The second reading had the words If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord, closely reflected in the final verse of David Haas’s Now we remain.

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