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February 10, 2020

3rd Sunday of Lent, Year A (Mar 15, 2020)


“If you knew the gift of God and who is saying to you, ‘Give me a drink,’ you would have asked him and he would have given you living water.”

Through our baptism, Jesus invites us to deepen our relationship with him.

3rd Sunday of Lent, Year A (Mar 15, 2020)

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

Entrance Chant Overflow (Matt Maher)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #211; Spirit & Song #336; Never Too Young #251

Responsorial Psalm If Today You Hear His Voice, Harden Not Your Hearts (Ben Walther)

Spirit & Psalm 2020: p. 108; Choose Christ Missal 2020: p. 85

Gospel Acclamation Glory to You, O Word of God: Mass of Renewal (Curtis Stephan)

Spirit & Psalm 2020: p. 110; Choose Christ Missal 2020: p. 86

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts God So Loved (Ken Canedo)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #379

Communion Chant Come to the Water / I Will Run to You (John Foley, SJ; arr. by Matt Maher)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #223; Spirit & Song #281; Never Too Young #67

Sending Forth 40 Days (Matt Maher)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #118; Spirit & Song #155; Never Too Young #173

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.

If you want to use songs that are not in any of the books you have, you can license the songs through ONE LICENSE. Paying for the usage of songs will ensure the Church will have quality songs for years to come.