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December 31, 2019

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A (Jan 26, 2020) “Word of God Sunday”


“I urge you, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and in the same purpose.”

On this Word of God Sunday, we listen as God’s Word moves us from division toward unity.

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A (Jan 26, 2020)

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

Entrance Chant Love Has Come (Matt Maher)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #98; Spirit & Song #329; Never Too Young #155; Breaking Bread #484

Responsorial Psalm The Lord Is My Light and My Salvation (Cooper Ray)

Spirit & Psalm 2020: p. 76; Choose Christ Missal 2020: p. 63

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia: Mass of the Desert (Tom Booth)

Spirit & Psalm 2020: p. 78; Choose Christ Missal 2020: p. 64

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts Fish with Me (Ken Canedo)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #287; Spirit & Song #211; Never Too Young #128

Communion Chant Send Your Glory Down (Trevor Thomson and Tom Booth)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #414; Spirit & Song #229

Sending Forth In the Beginning (Ken Canedo and Jesse Manibusan)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #384

Read more: Pope Francis Establishes 'Word of God' Sunday

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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