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November 2, 2022

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C (Nov 13, 2022)


“When you hear of wars and insurrections, do not be terrified. . . By your perseverance you will secure your lives.” With our lives and our hearts focused on Jesus, we need not fear calamities past, present, or future.

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Entrance Antiphon The Lord Said: I Think Thoughts of Peace (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #196

Entrance Chant I Give to You a Future (Jesse Manibusan and Ken Canedo)

Choose Christ Missal 2022 #209; Spirit & Song #315

Responsorial Psalm The Lord Comes to Rule the Earth with Justice (Timothy R. Smith)

Spirit & Psalm 2022: p. 342

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia: Mass of Renewal (Curtis Stephan)

Spirit & Psalm 2022: p. 344

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts I Know You Are Near (Cooper Ray)

Choose Christ Missal 2022 #360

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Communion Antiphon To Be Near God Is My Happiness [Option 1] (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart and Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #197

Communion Chant Stand by Me (Tom Kendzia)

Choose Christ Missal 2022 #362; Spirit & Song #352; Breaking Bread #738

Sending Forth Holy God, We Praise Thy Name (Traditional; arr. by Rick Modlin)

Choose Christ Missal 2022 #198; Spirit & Song #311
 

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