29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A, 2011)

Sunday, 16 October 2011

 
Entrance O God beyond all praising (Gustav Holst/Michael Perry)
Kyrie Belmont Mass (Christopher Walker)
Gloria Mass of the Most Sacred Heart (Jacob Bancks)
Psalm Ps 95 (Reynolds)
Gospel Acclamation St Agatha Alleluia (mcb)
Preparation of the Gifts Holy is God (Liam Lawton)
Sanctus, Acclamation, Amen Belmont Mass
Agnus Dei Belmont Mass
Communion Turn to me (John Foley)
Postcommunion Ab ortu solis (William Byrd, 1540-1623)
Recessional Holy God, we praise thy name
 

In today’s first reading, from Isaiah, we heard the words from the rising to the setting of the sun, apart from me, all is nothing. We sang a similar text with a different scriptural source (namely Malachi) in Byrd’s setting of the tract for the Votive Mass of the Blessed Sacrament:

From the rising of the sun to its setting,
my name is great among the nations,
and in every place a pure sacrifice is offered to my name:
for my name is great among the nations.

This same scriptural text is highlighted in the new translation of the third Eucharistic prayer, which we also heard today.

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