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No Greater Love/No Hay Amor Más Grande

No Greater Love/No Hay Amor Más Grande

Celebrate the Lord's Passion, Death and Resurrection with Spanish, English and bilingual music for the Triduum.Contains some Misal Romano texts that are not approved for liturgical use after 12/1/2018.


Every Easter Triduum, the Church comes together to celebrate the high point of the entire liturgical year. Now, thanks to No Greater Love/No Hay Amor Más Grande, your multilingual parish can also celebrate these high holy days in unity with these 19 bilingual songs.

The collection provides a variety of music for the entire Triduum. A truly groundbreaking resource, it includes first-ever bilingual settings for a variety of ritual moments, including the Transfer of the Holy Eucharist, the Veneration of the Cross and more.

Specially commissioned for this project, every setting is versatile, meaning each song can be sung bilingually, in Spanish or in English (while the English texts for some of the songs are no longer approved for liturgical use, the Spanish parts can still be used for liturgy). Styles range from chant and through-composed to contemporary and Latin American.

Highlights include Estela García-López's trilingual version of "Pange Lingua Gloriosi." Jaime Cortez' "Great Is the Love/Hay Gran Amor" calls us to imitate Christ and is meant to accompany the washing of the feet on Holy Thursday. For Good Friday, Santiago Fernández composed two first-ever bilingual settings: "This Is the Wood/Mirad la Cruz" and "We Venerate Your Cross/Tu Cruz Adoramos."

Other contributors include Eleazar Cortés, Bob Hurd, Rodolfo López, Dolores Martínez, Lourdes Montgomery, Mary Frances Reza and Pedro Rubalcava. Singing the songs of No Greater Love/No Hay Amor Más Grande, worshipers in today's multilingual parishes do more than celebrate Christ's resurrection—they become a sign of its power to redeem and unite. Amen.

Note: Contains some Mass parts in English that are no longer approved for liturgical use.