October 11, 2020 UPDATED 9/24

Gospel: Fr. Eugene Hensell, OSB Matthew 22:1-10 Matthew’s parable of the wedding banquet is an allegory on the kingdom of heaven. That kingdom has already begun in the here and now but it will not reach its total fulfillment until the end of the present age. The king represents God and in Matthew’s allegorical presentation the king’s slaves are Christian missionaries who have been sent out to announce the good news of God’s kingdom. Two times the king sends out an invitation to the people to come to this magnificent banquet which is already prepared and waiting. Two times the people refuse the invitation. They even kill the king’s slaves. In anger the king retaliates by killing those who murdered his slaves and then he burns their city to the ground. For Matthew all this is in reference to the destruction of Jerusalem which actually happened in 70 C.E. A third time the king issues an invitation to the banquet but this time the call is extended all people good and bad alike. Finally the wedding hall is filled. Now comes what seems to be a very odd event. The king sees a man present at the banquet who does not have on a wedding robe. He confronts the man who was surprised and actually has him bound up and thrown out of the hall. What could that mean? It means that salvation is not automatic. Entrance into the kingdom of heaven demands change. The wedding robe symbolizes a new person, a new self-understanding, a new way of living. The old person must be left behind. Christian living demands fundamental change, a new robe for a new life

This music outline for Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) was sent by jab3698@aol.com.

View a printable version of the music outline (with audio samples when available) on Liturgy.com: https://liturgy.ocp.org/en-us/outlines/1108343/print


Saturday, October 10
4:00pm
 Jim
4:00pm
 Sharon
Sunday, October 11
8:00am
 Sharon and Rich
10:00am
 10AM Lector Angelina
10:00am
 Sharon and Caitlyn and Cara w/Cantor Choir
12:00pm
 Spanish & Live Stream Mass
4:00pm
 4PM Jill

Introductory Rites

Entrance AntiphonEntrance Antiphon: Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Columba Kelly)SM-86
EntranceTable of Plenty (Dan Schutte)
CP3-518, Acc13-525, UC18-498, UC21-485
Penitential ActLord, Have Mercy/Kyrie, Eleison (Mass of Christ the Savior) (Dan Schutte)CP3-180, Acc13-794, UC18-1, UC21-1
Glory to GodGlory to God (Mass of Christ the Savior) (Dan Schutte)CP3-181, Acc13-795, UC18-2, UC21-2

Liturgy of the Word

First ReadingIsaiah 25:6-10a
Responsorial PsalmPsalm 23:1-3a, 3b-4, 5, 6
Responsorial PsalmI Shall Live in the House of the Lord All the Days of My Life (PJ Anderson)
SP20-308

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Gospel Acclamation
Gospel AcclamationMay the Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ Enlighten the Eyes of our Hearts, That We May Know What Is the Hope That Belongs to Our Call (Mass of a Joyful Heart) (Steve Angrisano, Tom Tomaszek)SP20-310
GospelMatthew 22:1-14 or Matthew 22:1-10

Liturgy of the Eucharist

Presentation and Preparation of the GiftsHere at This Table (Janèt Sullivan Whitaker, Max Whitaker)
CP3-510, Acc13-241, UC18-492, UC21-476
HolyHoly (Mass of Christ the Savior) (Dan Schutte)CP3-184, Acc13-798, UC18-5, UC21-5
Mystery of FaithWe Proclaim Your Death (Mass of Christ the Savior) (Dan Schutte)CP3-185, Acc13-799, UC21-6
AmenDoxology and Amen (Mass of Christ the Savior) (Dan Schutte)CP3-188, Acc13-802, UC18-7, UC21-9

Communion Rite

Lamb of GodLamb of God (Mass of Christ the Savior) (Dan Schutte)CP3-189, Acc13-803, Acc14-803, UC18-8, UC21-10
CommunionTaste and See (James E. Moore)
CP3-533, Acc13-534, UC18-544, UC21-539
CommunionBread for the World (Bernadette Farrell)
CP3-540, Acc13-100, UC21-504

Concluding Rites

Final Song or Hymn



We Belong to You (Trevor Thomson, Victoria Thomson)
UPDATED 
10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) (Jonas Myrin, Matt Redman)
Acc13-615, UC18-610, UC21-634

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