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January 3, 2020

Presentation of the Lord (Feb 2, 2020)


“For my eyes have seen your salvation, which you have prepared in the sight of all people: a light of revelation to the Gentiles, and glory for your people Israel.”

On this blessed day, we join Simeon and Anna in proclaiming Jesus as the light of the world.

Presentation of the Lord (Feb 2, 2020)

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

Entrance Chant Of the Father’s Love Begotten (Traditional; arr. by Curtis Stephan)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #100; Spirit & Song #149; Breaking Bread #89

Responsorial Psalm Who Is This King of Glory? (Josh Blakesley)

Spirit & Psalm 2020: p. 80; Choose Christ Missal 2020: p. 67

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia: Mass of St. Mary Magdalene (Sarah Hart)

Spirit & Psalm 2020: p. 82; Choose Christ Missal 2020: p. 68

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts What Child Is This (Traditional; arr. by Tom Booth)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #112; Spirit & Song #153; Never Too Young #165; Breaking Bread #105

Communion Chant Song of Simeon (Janèt Sullivan Whitaker)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #420; Spirit & Song #115

Song of Praise Christ the Lord (Sarah Hart and Robert Feduccia)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #380; Spirit & Song #194; Breaking Bread #579

Sending Forth We Are the Light (Jesse Manibusan)

Choose Christ Missal 2020 #385; Spirit & Song #236; Never Too Young #287

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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