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October 17, 2021

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B (Oct 31, 2021)


“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength . . . You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”

How do we love the God whom we cannot see? Jesus teaches us to love our neighbor, whom we see every day!

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Entrance Antiphon Forsake Me Not, O Lord, my God (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #190

Entrance Chant Beautiful One (Tim Hughes)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #337

Responsorial Psalm I Love You, Lord, My Strength (Jesse Manibusan)

Spirit & Psalm 2021: p. 328

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia: Mass of St. Mary Magdalene (Sarah Hart)

Spirit & Psalm 2021: p. 330

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts Shout to the Lord (Darlene Zschech)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #338; Spirit & Song #350; Never Too Young #106

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Communion Antiphon You Will Show Me the Path of Life [Option 1] (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #188

Communion Chant Many and One (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Dwight Liles)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #268; Spirit & Song #331; Breaking Bread #414

Sending Forth By Our Love (Tom Kendzia)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #423; Breaking Bread #512
 

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