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The Joy of the Gospel
LENT • EASTER TRIDUUM • EASTER | FEBRUARY 10–MAY 21, 2016 | YEAR C
A quarterly publication for liturgy preparation
We Contemplate the Mystery:
A New Collection for Lent and Easter
Journey from Ash Wednesday to Pentecost:
Spiritual Exercises for Lent and Easter
The Joy of the Gospel:
Becoming Missionary Disciples
By Elaine Park
Lent • Easter Triduum • Easter | February 10–May 21, 2016 | Year C
A quarterly
publication
for liturgy
preparation
From the Editor. .... .................................... . . . . . . 4
32 | Ash Wednesday
Ask the Liturgist....................................... . . . . . . . 6
34 | First Sunday of Lent
How Firm the Foundation. ............................ . . . . . . . 7
Bulletin Notes. ...... ................................... . . . . . . . 8
36 | Second Sunday of Lent
38 | Third Sunday of Lent
40 | Fourth Sunday of Lent
Full, Conscious, and Active Preparation............... . . . . . . 9
42 | Fifth Sunday of Lent
The Joy of the Gospel: Becoming Missionary Disciples. . . . . 10
44 | Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
Elaine Park
46 | Thursday of the Lord’s Supper
We Contemplate the Mystery:
A New Collection for Lent and Easter. ................ . . . . . . 12
48 | Friday of the Passion of the Lord
Michael Joncas
Journey from Ash Wednesday to Pentecost:
Spiritual Exercises for Lent and Easter. . .............. . . . . . . . 14
Dan Schutte
Singing and Celebrating God’s Word:
Scripture Commentaries for Year C................... . . . . . . . 16
50 | The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night
54 | Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
56 | Second Sunday of Easter
58 | Third Sunday of Easter
60 | Fourth Sunday of Easter
62 | Fifth Sunday of Easter
Glenn CJ Byer
64 | Sixth Sunday of Easter
Directing from the Piano:
Technical Advice on Music in the Liturgy. ............ . . . . . . . 18
66 | The Ascension of the Lord
Gerard Chiusano
Cantate: Choral Music for the Season................ . . . . . . . 20
Angela Westhoff-Johnson
Cantor Avenue: Weekly Reflections for
Cantors on the Responsorial Psalm and More. ...... . . . . . . . 24
James Hansen and Melanie Coddington
Seasonal Ritual Suggestions. .......................... . . . . . . 28
Paul Covino
Featured Songs ..... .................................... . . . . . . 30
“Ashes to Ashes” by Dan Schutte
“Vine and Branches” by Trevor Thomson
68 | Seventh Sunday of Easter
70 | Pentecost Sunday: At the Vigil Mass
72 | Pentecost Sunday: At the Mass during the Day
74 | Abbreviations used in music suggestions
Cover: A girl celebrates
Good Friday at Saint Joseph
Cathedral, Gambella, Ethiopia
© Friedrich Stark/Alamy (alamy.com)
Singing and Celebrating God’s Word
Scripture Commentaries for Year C
Part 2 of 4: Ash Wednesday–Pentecost
Glenn CJ Byer
T
he readings in the Lent and Easter cycle for Year C present us with two truths
that can be seen as opposites.
On the one hand, God is presented as being ever the same, constant and unchanging. Jesus, tempted in the desert, knows that he can rely on the Father’s love because that is what was written in ages past. In the structure of the liturgy, too, there
is a comfort in how the readings are chosen: the first reading reflects the Gospel
and the psalm works with the first reading. All of this shows a consistency across
the testaments of salvation history. This can lull us into thinking that the constancy
of God is all that matters, a constancy reflected in how we prepare the liturgy.
Glenn CJ Byer has written widely
on the liturgy. He earned a sacred
liturgy doctorate (SLD) from San
Anselmo in Rome in 1994.
Co-author of Hospitality Basics
(ocp.org/6147), he recently
served as the associate publisher
for Novalis in Toronto, Canada.
On the other hand, as Christians steeped in continuity and the strength that comes
from our tradition, the second truth can come as a bit of a shock. God is doing
something new, and God challenges us to do likewise. The parable of the fig tree
(Gospel, Third Sunday of Lent) makes this point clear. God’s patience is not idleness. God is constantly digging up around our roots and offering new experiences
as food, all in an attempt to help us bear fruit where life is barren or, in the good
times, to bear more and better fruit.
Before we look at how we could sing new songs to reflect these truths, we, as
pastoral musicians and liturgists, need to do a little gardening of our own. Some
of the key pieces in our repertoires and some of our liturgical customs are like the
fig tree, with layers of leaves gathered over the years. Take a look and see. Is this
tree still bearing the best kind of fruit? Here are some questions to ask about our
songs and our customs:
• Does it use metaphors that are still clear and can be understood with
little or no explanation? Or does it not reflect what we have learned
since it was written?
• Does it present an image of God and the Church that flows from
the Scriptures?
• Does it invite the whole community to unite? Does it invite reflection
on one or more of the cultural groups that make up the neighborhood?
• Does it support the spirit of liturgical celebration or at least of some
moment of the liturgy?
• Does it challenge us to serve at Mass and to go back to the world with
Christ’s mission on our minds?
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MUSIC SUGGESTIONS
One of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most popular songs is
“Love Changes Everything.” Pope Francis has words for us
along the same lines. In his first Angelus address on March
17, 2013, he stated, “Cardinal Kasper said that hearing the
word ‘mercy’ changes everything.” With his thoughts in
mind, let us prepare this holy season for our worshipping
communities and ourselves.
Please reread my letter on page 4 of this issue, especially the part about doing something new for Lent this year.
That will prepare you for Glenn Byer’s article on the season
(p. 16). For us musicians, doing something new might mean
trying a new song. Spiritually it could mean trying to restore
a broken relationship. The task of mercy and forgiveness can
be extremely difficult. We are called to forgive so that we
might be free. This is what Lent is about.
In this extraordinary Holy Year of Mercy, consider
“There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy” for the entrance procession. If you would like to try something new, consider
“Ashes to Ashes,” an addition in Breaking Bread 2016
that is also featured in this issue (p. 30). There are verses
for throughout all Lent as well as for today. Or you might
consider using the refrain each Sunday after the collect and
just before the readings begin. Where I serve, that’s when
we seat the latecomers. There is an octavo arranged for
keyboard, guitar, oboe, cello, and SAB choir. You can purchase a downloadable edition (ocp.org/30130062) and have it
immediately in hand for your next rehearsal!
— Elaine Rendler-McQueeney
See page 74 for an abbreviation key.
For additional music suggestions,
visit liturgy.com and spiritandsong.com/podcasts.
ENTRANCE CHANT
There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy in babilone A 574 BB/MI 488
CP2 445 CP3 477 GP2 639 GP3 670 H 438 J2 748 J3 712 UC 626
VOZ 690
Lord, Who Throughout These Forty Days st. flavian A 349 BB 138
CM 54 CP2 260 CP3 266 GP2 348 GP3 277 H 238 J2 391 J3 352
R3 84 TM 120 UC 327 VOZ 415
In These Days of Lenten Journey (Manalo) A 288 BB 130 CP2 257
CP3 264 GP3 271 H 242 J2 392 J3 362 TM 112 UC 335 VOZ 421
OCP 11097
Have Mercy on Us, Lord attende domine A 235 A 235 BB 121
J2 378 J3 346 TM 103 UC 330 VOZ 416
Parce Domine/Spare Your People, Lord (Chant, Mode I) A 442
BB 126 CP2 250 CP3 255 H 241 J2 376 J3 344 TM 108 UC 329
VOZ 427
Enter the Journey (Friedman) A 167 BB/MI 651 GP3 392 H 341
NTY 125 R3 134 OCP 11794
The Glory of These Forty Days erhalt uns, herr A 547 BB 123
CM 52 CP2 256 CP3 262 GP2 343 GP3 273 H 240 J2 379 J3 347
TM 105 UC 325 VOZ 424
Come, Follow Me (Berberick) A 870 BB/MI 507 GP3 558 OCP 20063
Now Is the Acceptable Time (Bridge) A 377 BB 118 J3 343 TM 100
OCP 12738
RESPONSORIAL PSALM AND GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
Respond and Acclaim (Alstott) 40–41
A Lectionary Psalter (Schiavone) 33, 228
SONG FOR THE GIVING OF ASHES
Ashes to Ashes (Schutte) A 912 BB 117 GP3 260 TM 99
OCP 30130060
With These Ashes (Chiusano) A 644 BB 114 CP3 252 J3 341 NTY 172
R3 85 TM 96 OCP 20769
Signed by Ashes (Keil) A 497 BB 116 J2 375 J3 340 TM 98
OCP 10915
Be Merciful, O Lord (Angrisano) A 694 BB/MI 774 CP2 38 CP3 36
GP3 153 H 123 J3 50 NTY 47 S&S 158 SS1 66
Turn Our Hearts (Bridge) A 595 BB 137 J3 355 TM 119 OCP 12740
Create in Me (B. Hurd) A 695 BB/MI 776 CP2 36 CP3 39 GP2 209
GP3 152 H 125 J2 562 J3 534 UC 113 VOZ 185
Oh Dios, Crea en Mí (Cortés) A 697 BB/MI 773 CP3 38 GP3 155
J2 48 J3 51 S&S 163 UC 114 VOZ 182
Be Merciful/Create in Me (Stephan) S&S 70
Be Merciful, O Lord/Create a Clean Heart (Consiglio) S&S 69
Loving and Forgiving (Soper) A 354 BB/MI 671 CP2 74 CP3 356
GP2 251 GP3 413 H 364 J2 560 J3 532 UC 216 VOZ 226 OCP 9893
PRESENTATION AND PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS
Christ in Me Arise (Thomson) A 121 BB/MI 513 GP3 573 H 590
S&S 278 UC 564 OCP 30104536
Be Still and Know That I Am God (C. Walker) A 82 BB/MI 459
J3 694 OCP 20672
Sacred Silence (Booth) A 475 BB/MI 549 GP3 635 H 576 J3 657
NTY 243 S&S 347 SS2 334 UC 705 OCP 12164
O God, You Search Me (Farrell) A 397 BB/MI 433 CP2 427 CP3 456
GP2 601 GP3 620 H 530 J2 711 J3 678 R3 228 S&S 334 UC 733
VOZ 646 OCP 10057
Open My Eyes (Manibusan) A 429 BB/MI 391 CP2 410 CP3 426
GP3 636 H 475 J2 695 J3 659 NTY 122 R2 292 R3 287 S&S 337
SS1 196 UC 202 VOZ 289 OCP 11902
O Beauty, Ever Ancient (O’Connor) A 382 BB/MI 523 GP3 582
J3 739 OCP 20124
SONG OF PRAISE OR SENDING FORTH
Ashes (Conry) A 71 BB 115 CM 51 CP2 248 CP3 253 GP2 340
GP3 261 H 236 J2 374 J3 339 NTY 170 R2 126 TM 97 UC 323
VOZ 410
Again We Keep This Solemn Fast erhalt uns, herr A 34 BB 128
CP2 255 CP3 261 GP3 266 H 237 J2 394 J3 353 TM 110 UC 333
VOZ 426
Though the Mountains May Fall (Schutte) A 584 BB/MI 425 CM 147
CP2 432 CP3 461 GP2 605 GP3 619 H 524 J2 715 J3 682 R2 216
R3 220 UC 729 VOZ 644 OCP 9499
Christ before Us (Whitaker) A 119 BB/MI 410 GP3 586 J3 640
OCP 20463
Save Your People (Farrell) A 481 BB 132 CP2 254 CP3 260 GP2 341
GP3 276 H 243 J3 364 TM 114 UC 336 VOZ 429
Into the Desert (Stephan) S&S 159 OCP 30108740
God Be in My Head (Brown) A 207 BB/MI 404 GP3 628 J2 686
J3 651 OCP 11356
COMMUNION CHANT
Ubi Caritas (B. Hurd) A 598 BB/MI 337 CP2 497 CP3 531 GP3 510
H 386 J2 805 J3 776 S&S 259 SS2 367 UC 495 VOZ 804
OCP 10539
Ubi Caritas (Rosania) A 599 BB/MI 478 CP2 444 CP3 476 GP2 364
GP3 664 H 255 J2 754 J3 710 UC 624 VOZ 687 OCP 9661
With the Lord There Is Mercy (Modlin) A 744 BB/MI 817 CP3 82
J3 108 NTY 60 S&S 95 SS2 280 OCP 20768
CHORAL
Miserere Mei, Deus (D. Hurd) OCP 30101912
Into the Woods My Master Went (Hawes) OCP 4575
Miserere: Prayer of Repentance (DiCosimo) OCP 20200
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Time _______________________________________________ Priest Celebrant ����������������������������������������������������
Music Rehearsal/Liturgical Catechesis���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Introduction, see Prayer of the Faithful, page 30 �������������������������������������������������������������������������������
THE INTRODUCTORY RITES
Entrance Chant���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
THE LITURGY OF THE WORD
First Reading _________________________________________ Responsorial Psalm �������������������������������������������������
Second Reading_______________________________________ Gospel Acclamation ������������������������������������������������
Gospel ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Homily����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Blessing and Distribution of Ashes______________________________________________________________________________________
Dismissal of the Catechumens and Elect ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Universal Prayer, see Prayer of the Faithful, page 30 �����������������������������������������������������������������������
THE LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Eucharistic Acclamations �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Holy, Holy, Holy����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
The Mystery of Faith ______________________________ Amen ������������������������������������������������������������
The Communion Rite
The Lord’s Prayer ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Lamb of God �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Communion Chant ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Psalm or Hymn of Praise/Instrumental or Silence���������������������������������������������������������������������������
THE CONCLUDING RITES
Sending Forth������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Choral Anthem of the Day���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Prelude/Postlude ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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ENTRANCE ANTIPHON
Wisdom 11:24, 25, 27
You are merciful to all, O Lord, and despise nothing that you have
made. You overlook people’s sins, to bring them to repentance, and
you spare them, for you are the Lord our God.
FIRST READING
Joel 2:12–18 (219)
The Lord is slow to anger and rich in kindness. The faithful return
with their whole hearts, fasting and repenting. All God’s people
gather together before the Lord for mercy.
RESPONSORIAL PSALM Psalm 51:3–4, 5–6ab, 12–13, 14 & 17
Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned.
See Psalm 95:8
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
GOSPEL
Matthew 6:1–6, 16–18
Jesus warned the disciples against performing religious acts only to
attract the attention of others. In giving alms, praying and fasting,
Christians are to conduct themselves in such a way that no one will
know, except God, who sees all things.
COMMUNION ANTIPHON
cf. Psalm 1:2–3
He who ponders the law of the Lord day and night will yield fruit
in due season.
SECOND READING
2 Corinthians 5:20—6:2
Paul implored the Corinthians to be reconciled to God right away.
As Christ carried their sins upon the cross, so can they bear his
holiness within them, if they turn to him. “Behold, now is a very
acceptable time; behold, now is the day of salvation.”
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