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April 2, 2019

2nd Sunday of Easter (Sunday of Divine Mercy) (Apr 28, 2019)


Then he said to Thomas, "Put your finger here and see my hands, and bring your hand and put it into my side, and do not be unbelieving, but believe."

On this Divine Mercy Sunday, we remember St. Faustina’s prayer, “Jesus, I trust in you.” We are to probe God’s mercy, to trust and believe just as Thomas was asked to believe.

2nd Sunday of Easter (Sunday of Divine Mercy) (Apr 28, 2019)

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

Entrance Chant This Is the Day (Bobby Fisher)

Spirit & Song #91; Never Too Young #58; Breaking Bread #569

Blessing and Sprinkling of Water Come to the River (Bob Hurd)

Spirit & Song #51; Never Too Young #241; Breaking Bread #655

Responsorial Psalm Give Thanks to the Lord for He Is Good, His Love Is Everlasting (Tom Kendzia)

Spirit & Psalm 2019: p.190

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia: Misa del Mundo (Jesse Manibusan and Tony Gómez)

Spirit & Psalm 2019: p.192

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts Lord, Send Out Your Spirit (Ken Canedo)

Spirit & Song #88; Breaking Bread #797

Communion Chant The Jesus Song (Tom Booth)

Choose Christ 2019 #222; Breaking Bread #406

Sending Forth Resurrection Day (Matt Maher)

Spirit & Song #186; Choose Christ 2019 #104

Liturgy Podcast is a weekly liturgy planning resource for musicians, liturgists, homilists, youth groups, faith sharing groups, and all who look to the liturgical readings for inspiration and nourishment. Join Ken Canedo and Robert Feduccia as they break open the Scripture and play suggested tracks from the Spirit & Song repertoire.

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