Mission Statement

The Music Ministry of OLBS Parish seeks to involve every member of our congregation in full, conscious and active participation in the Liturgy. Our role is to motivate, reinforce, and sustain the congregation's singing and participation. Our Ministry is called to reinforce the Scripture Readings with sung prayer. One of the most powerful characteristics of singing is that it connects with both our thoughts and emotions. Singing the truths in the Bible enhances our experience with God through his Word both emotionally and cognitively.
Our Lady of Fatima (1) Consecration to St Joseph
May 13, 2021
Mass 7PM St Mikes
Personnel:  Sharon, Jim, and Rich
Notes: A bilingual Mass shared with the Thursday Night Charismatic Mass Musicians.

Introductory Rites

Entrance
 
 
Penitential Act
CP3‑180, Acc13‑794, Acc17‑775
 
Liturgy of the Word

First Reading 

Is 61:9-11


Responsorial Psalm
 Page 243
 
Gospel Acclamation
Celtic Alleluia with this VERSE!
R. Alleluia, alleluia. Blessed are you, holy Virgin Mary, deserving of all praise; from you rose the sun of justice, Christ our God. R. Alleluia, alleluia.
 
Gospel
Consecration to St Joseph
Joseph's Song (Can it be)
Liturgy of the Eucharist
Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts
The Servant Song
SERVANT SONG, Richard Gillard
CP3‑556, Acc13‑560, Acc17‑540
Holy
CP3‑184, Acc13‑798, Acc17‑779
Glory to God
CP3‑181, Acc13‑795, Acc17‑776
Amen
CP3‑188, Acc13‑802, Acc17‑783 
 

Communion Rite

Lord's Prayer
Lamb of God
CP3‑189, Acc13‑803, Acc17‑784
Communion
Ave Maria
Vince Ambrosetti
Communion
Acc17‑529
 
Concluding Rites
Final Song or Hymn

Tom Kendzia 

Reading 1

Is 61:9-11
Thus says the LORD:
Their descendants shall be renowned among the nations,
and their offspring among the peoples;
All who see them shall acknowledge them
as a race the LORD has blessed.

I rejoice heartily in the LORD,
in my God is the joy of my soul;
For he has clothed me with a robe of salvation,
and wrapped me in a mantle of justice,
Like a bridegroom adorned with a diadem,
like a bride bedecked with her jewels.
As the earth brings forth its plants,
and a garden makes its growth spring up,
So will the Lord GOD make justice and praise
spring up before all the nations.


Responsorial Psalm
Ps 45:11-12, 14-15, 16-17
R. (11) Listen to me, daughter; see and bend your ear.
or:
R. The bridegroom is here; let us go out to meet Christ the Lord.
Hear, O daughter, and see; turn your ear,
forget your people and your father's house.
So shall the king desire your beauty;
for he is your lord, and you must worship him.
R. Listen to me, daughter; see and bend your ear.
or:
R. The bridegroom is here; let us go out to meet Christ the Lord.
All glorious is the king's daughter as she enters;
her raiment is threaded with spun gold.
In embroidered apparel she is borne in to the king;
behind her the virgins of her train are brought to you.
R. Listen to me, daughter; see and bend your ear.
or:
R. The bridegroom is here; let us go out to meet Christ the Lord.
They are borne in with gladness and joy;
they enter the palace of the king.
The place of your fathers your sons shall have;
you shall make them princes through all the land.
R. Listen to me, daughter; see and bend your ear.
or:
R. The bridegroom is here; let us go out to meet Christ the Lord.


Alleluia

R. Alleluia, alleluia.
Blessed are you, holy Virgin Mary, deserving of all praise;
from you rose the sun of justice, Christ our God.
R. Alleluia, alleluia.


Gospel
Lk 11:27-28
While Jesus was speaking,
a woman from the crowd called out and said to him,
"Blessed is the womb that carried you
and the breasts at which you nursed."
He replied, "Rather, blessed are those
who hear the word of God and observe it."

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