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August 16, 2021

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B (Sep 5, 2021)


“Show no partiality as you adhere to the faith in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ.”  

Jesus invites us to take to heart his words to the deaf person in today’s Gospel: “Be open!”

23nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B (Aug 29, 2021)

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Entrance Antiphon You Are Just, O Lord (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #166

Entrance Chant 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) (Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #327; Spirit & Song #270; Breaking Bread #560

Responsorial Psalm Praise the Lord, My Soul! (Sarah Hart)

Spirit & Psalm 2021: p. 294

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia: Mass of Endless Mercy (Steve Angrisano)

Spirit & Psalm 2021: p. 296

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts Open My Eyes (Jesse Manibusan)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #204; Spirit & Song #337; Never Too Young #122; Breaking Bread #395

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Communion Antiphon I Am the Light of the World, says the Lord [Option 2] (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan)

Note: This antiphon was also sung on the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, so the link is directed there.
Let Us All Rejoice #168

Communion Chant May You Walk (Sarah Hart)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #203

Sending Forth Your Grace Is Enough (Matt Maher)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #298; Spirit & Song #374; Never Too Young #112; Breaking Bread #605
 

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