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TABLE OF CONTENTS
page 4th Sunday page Pentecost page
PsalmTonelndex . . . . . . . . .5 Vigil ....17
Introduction ........6 Day. ....78
c . .. ....42
ADVENT / CHRISTMAS 5th Sunday
ORDINARY TIME
Sunday
1st
A... ....43 2ndSunday page
A... .,...7 B"' AB.. ..-..79
B... .....8 ""44 c... ....80
c... .....g c... ----45

2ndSunday PassionSundav ""46 "lt::11 ........81


A"' ""10 HolyThursday...........47
^-'J "'-"----J --- B"' ""82
B ... ....11 c ... ....83
C... ....12 GoodFriday ......48 4th Sunday
3rdSunday EasterVigil A... ....84
A... ....13 1... ....49 B... ....85
B... ....14 l(Alt.) .........s0 c... ....86
c ... ....15 2. ... ....51
3 ... ....52 5thSundaY
A...
4thSunday 4... ....53 ....87
A... ....16 5... ....s4 B... ....88

\_ c... ....18 i..................:;


christmas 7(Art.) ... ....s7 "it::iil ...... .e0
vigil ....D Alleluia " " " "58 B ... ....91
Midnight .......20 EasterSunday .....59 C.'. --..92
Dawn . . ..21
Day. ....22 Zndsunday TthSundaY
A... ....93
ABC ....60 B...
HolyFamily ....94
ABC ....23 3rdSunday C... ....95
B(opt.) ,.......24 A... ....61
ciobt.l ........2s B... ....62 SthSundav

-'it::1i1 c... ....98


Epiphany .........27 ........64
B" ' 9th Sunday
Lord
Baptism of the " "65 A.'. ""99
ABC ....28 c... ....66 B... ...100
B(Opt.) ........29 SthSundav C... ...101

8... ....6g l0thSunday


LENT/EASTER c... ....69 A... ...102
lstSunday B... ...103
A... ....31 6thSunday C... ...104
B... ....32 A... ....70
C... ....33 B... ....71 llthSunday
13th Sunday 25th Sunday page Sacred Heart page
A .. . ...148 A ... ...184
B .. . ...t49 B ... ...185
c ... ...150 c ... . ..186

14th Sunday page 26th Sunday AshWednesday . . . . . . . . .187


A ... ...rr4 A ... ...151
B ... ...115 B ... ...r52 Presentation of the Lord . . 188
c . .. ...116 c... ...153 Joseph, Husband of Mary .189
15th Sunday 27th Sunday Annunciation of our Lord .190
A ... ...117 A ... ...154
B... ...118 B... ...155 Birth of John the Baptist
c-1 .. ...119 c... ...156 Vigil. . . .191
c-2 ....120
28th Sunday
Day . ...192
16th Sunday A ... ...r57 Sts. Peter and Paul
A... ...12r B ... ...158 Vigil . ...193
B... ...r22 c ... ...159 Day . ...I94
c... ...r23
29th Sunday Transfiguration . . . . . . . . .195
17th Sunday A ... ...160
A ... ...r24 B ... ...161 Assumption
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B ... ...t25 c ... ...162 Vigil
Day.
...196
c ... ...t26
30th Sunday
...I97
18th Sunday A ... . ..163 Triumph of the Cross . . . . .198
A ... ...r27 B . .. ...164 AllSaints .......199
B ... ...128 c... ...165
c ... ...129 All Souls
31st Sunday 1 .. . ...200
19th Sunday A... ...166 2 ... ...20r
A ... . ..130 B... ...167 3 ... ...202
B... ...131 c ... ...168
c ... ...t32
32nd Sunday
Ded. of Lateran Basilica . .203
20th Sunday A ... ...169 Immaculate Conception . . .204
A ... ...133 B ... ...170
B ... ...t34 c... ...r7t Guitar Chord Glossary . . . .205
c ... ...135 Index of Psalm Refrains . .2O7
33rd Sunday
21st Sunday A ... ...t72
A ... ...136 B... ...r73
8... ...t37 c... ...r74
c... ...138
SOLEMNITMS AND FEASTS
22nd Sunday Christ the King
A ... ...139 A ... ...r75
B ... ...140 8... ...176
c ... ...141 c... ...177
23rd Sunday Tiinity Sunday
A ... ...t42 A ... ...178
B ... ...143 B... ...179
c ... ...144 c ... ...180
24th Sunday Body and Blood of Christ
A ... ...145 A ... ...181
B ... ...146 B ... ...182
c ... ...t47 c ... ...183
Psalm / Psalm Tone Index

Ps. 1, psalm tone #28 18 Ps. 50, psalm tone #24 88 Ps. 104, psalm tone #22 ztc,41,62,63
Ps. 8, psalm tone #7 166 Ps. 51, psalm tone #18 35,41 Ps. 105, psalm tone #36 t7B
Ps. 15, psalm tone #29 108 Ps. 51, psalm tone f20 132 Ps. 107, psalm tone #26 95
Ps. 15, psalm tone #29 125 Ps. 51, psalm tone #27 22,220 Ps. 110, psalm tone #31 169
Ps. 16, psalm tone #7 99 Ps. 54, psalm tone #21 t34 Ps. I12,psalmtone#19 73
Ps. 16, psalm tone #8 41, 158 Ps. 62, psalm tone #l 82 Ps. I13,psalmtone#25 135
Ps. 16, psalm tone #9 46 Ps. 63, psalm tone #24 96,124, t54 Ps. 114,psalm tone #15 114
Ps. 17, psalm toneffi 156 Ps. 65, psalm tore #27 103 Ps. 116,psalm tone #1 26, r3t
Ps. 18, psalm tone #10 148, I52 Ps. 66, psalm tone #16 55 Ps. 116,psalm tone #13 39
Ps. 19, psalm tone #1 590 Ps. 67, psalm tone #17 18 Ps. 116,psalm tone #9 168
Ps. 19, psalm tone #28 29,41 Ps. 67, psalm tone #20 57, 118 Ps. 1 17, psalm tone #28 87,123
Ps. 19, psalm tone #t 69 Ps. 68, psalm tone #5 126 Ps. 1 18, psalm tone #19 42,43,44,45
Ps. 19, psalm tone #8 105-2 Ps. 69, psalm tone #20 94 Ps. 118, psalm tone #35 4t
Ps. 19, psalm tone #9 137 Ps. 69, psalm tone #6 105-1 Ps. 118, psalm tone *9 50
Ps. 22, psalm tone f20 53 Ps. 71, psalm tone #18 586 Ps. 119, psalm tone #12 109
Ps. 22, psalm tore f2l 38 Ps. 71, psalm tone #2 72 Ps. 119, psalm tone #3 '16
Ps. 23, psalm tone #2 31,49,107, Ps. 72, psalm tone J5 4,20 Ps. 121, psalm tone #25 147
t42, t60, t72,668-l Ps. 78, psalm tone #20 ll3 Ps. 122, psalm tone #32 t, t62
Ps. 24, psalm tone #15 10 Ps. 78, psalm tone #26 638 Ps. 123, psalm tone #5 101
Ps. 24, psalm tone #28 524 Ps. 80, psalm tone #30 139 Ps. 126, psalm tone #13 6,36,149
Ps. 24, psalm tone #3 661 Ps. 80, psalm tone #6 2,12 Ps. 128, psalm tone #3 t7
Ps. 25, psalm tone #17 3,136,668-2 Ps. 81, psalm tone #30 86 Ps. 128, psalm tone #3 t51
Ps. 25, psalm tone #30 68 Ps. 84, psalm tone #33 t7c Ps. 128, psalm tone #9 140
Ps. 25, psalm tone //6 23 Ps. 84, psalm tone #34 671 Ps. 130, psalm tone #10 34,89
Ps. 27, psalm tone #10 27,67,668-3 Ps. 85, psalm tone #27 5, 104, 115 Ps. 131, psalm tone #6 151
Ps. 27, psalm tone #11 59 Ps. 86, psalm tone #8 106 Ps. 132, psalm tone lfl 62r
Ps. 29, psalm tone #15 2l Ps. 89, psalm tone #17 tt, 13,97 Ps. 137, psalm tone #4 32
Ps. 30, psalm tone #17 41, 48, 90, 98 Ps. 89, psalm tone #30 543 Ps. 138, psalm tone #19 tzt
Ps. 31, psalm tone #l 40 Ps. 90, psalm tone #10 129 Ps. 138, psalm tone l{
75
Ps. 31, psalm tone #ll 85 Ps. 90, psalm lone #22 143 Ps. 138, psalm tone #8 111
Ps. 32, psalm tone #10 93 Ps. 91, psalm tone #3 24 Ps. 139, psalm tone #12 587
Ps. 32, psalm tone #19 11 Ps. 92, psalm tone #2 84 Ps. 145, psalm tone #16 54, 100, 153
Ps. 33, psalm tone #12 4l Ps. 92, psalm tone #2 92 Ps. 145, psalm tone #26 tt],112
Ps.33, psalm tone#20 lI7,165 Ps. 93, psalm tone #28 161 Ps. 145, psalm tone #30 133
Ps. 33, psalm tone #24 25,52,146 Ps. 95, psalm tone #15 28,7t, t27 , Ps. 146, psalm tone #15 128, 138
Ps. 34, psalm tone #13 591 14t Ps. 146, psalmtone#27 70
Ps. 34, psalm lore#2 116 Ps. 96, psalm tone f29 14,66, t45 Ps. 146, psalm tone #5 155
Ps. 34, psalm tore #3 33, ll9,122, Ps. 97, psalm tone #12 15 Ps. 146, psalm tone #fl 1
150 Ps. 97, psalm tone #28 6t,614 Ps. 147 , psalm tone #24 167
Ps. 40, psalm tone#13 64,65,545 Ps. 98, psalm tone #74 16, 159,689 Ps. 147, psalmtone #27 74
Ps.40, psalm tone #15 120 Ps. 98, psalm tone #16 56, t44 Dt. 3, psalm tone f23 t64
Ps.4l, psalm tone #1 80 Ps. 100, psalm tone #13 51,91 Ex. 15, psalm tone #31 4t
Ps.42, psalm tone #13 4l Ps. 102, psalm tone #16 102 Is. 12, psalm tone #11 2tB,4t, t1t
Ps.42, psalm tone#28 4l Ps. 103, psalm tone #12 30,79,81,83, Is. 12, psalm tone #28 9
Ps.45, psalm tonef2S 622 130, 170 Lk. 1, psalm tone#19 8
Ps. 47, psalm tone #29 58 Ps. 103, psalm tone #30 60
INrnonucrroN
ith this edition, GIA offers yet another complete set of responsorial psalms for Sundays, solemnities
and feasts of the Lord throughout the three-year lectionary cycle. These settings, by Canadian com-
poser Michel Guimont, are unique in a number of ways. They can be performed using organ, piano,
or guitar; the harmonic structure is rich and fresh (the psalm tones have a distinctly contemporary quality); and
both responses and psalm tones are especially melodic.
The very nature of psalm tones-one melody, many texts-demands careful attention to performance prac-
tice. Psalm tones, like the classical recitative, constitute a musical form that, more than any other, yields to the
demands of text. Because the greatest part of the text is chanted on a single reciting tone, the singer is free to-
and in fact obliged to----employ all the natural stresses of the text. As with all psalm tones, however, care must be
taken to avoid the application of unnatural stresses at the cadences, i.e., not allowing the melodic contour to mis-
apply stresses or accents to syllables that would otherwise not be stressed. For clear communication of the text
from singer to hearer, natural speech patterns must consistently be applied to verses chanted on a psalm tone for-
mu1a.
A smooth performance may be more easily achieved if the cantor begins each verse after the accompanist has
sounded the first chord. Presuming that the verse is chanted more or less on repeated eighth notes, the cantor would
observe a quarter rest over the sounded chord before beginning the verse.
Each psalm in this collection is identified by its title, liturgical cycle designation, and lectionary
number. Page numbers have also been provided as a further convenience.

The publisher is grateful to Bobby Fisher for preparation of the guitar chord glossary found at the end of this
edition.

Robert J. Batastini
Senior Editor
October 9,1998
FIRST SUNDAY OFADVENT /A

Let us go re - Jolc-mg to the house of the Lord.

Em Em/G D Am CmajT Bm7 E(m)

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1. I rejoiced because they said to me, "We will go up to the house of the LORD."
2. Jerusalem, built as a city with compact unity.
3. According to the decree for Israel, to give thanks to the name of the Lono.
4. Pray for the peace ofJe - rusaleml May those who love you prosper!
5. Because of my brothers and friends I will say, "Peace be with - in youl"

CmaiT Am6 Bm7 Cmajj

And now we have set foot within your gates, o Je - rusalem.


To it the tribes go up, the tribes of the Lono.
In it are set up judgment seats, seats for the house of David.
May peace be within your walls, prosperity in your buildings.
Because of the house of the Lono. our God, I will pray for your good.

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2 FIRST SUNDAY OFADVENT / B

let us see your face and shall be saved.

(Dm7) (Enf) (F) ( CSUS4)


Frt Gm7 Ah g[sus+

Psalm Tone #6 Ps. 80:2-3, 15-16, 18-19

(c/c) (F)
ebnb Ah

1. O shepherd oflsrael, hearken, from your throne upon the cheru - bim, shine forth.
2. Once again, O Lord of hosts, look down from heav - €R, and see;
3. May your help be with the man of your right hand, with the son of man whom you your - self made strong.

( c/c) (F)
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l. Rouse your and come tosave


2. Take care of this I and protect what your right hand has plant
\ the son of man whom you your - self made strong. ")
3, Then we will no more withdraw from give us new life, and we will call up - on your name.

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FIRST SUNDAY OFADVENT / C 3

To you, O Lord, I lift my soul, to you I lift my soul.

Capo2: (Em) (Am7) (Dsus4) (D) (Gmalz) (CADDe) (C) (De) (Emsus4) (Em)
Fftn Bm7 ESUS4 E AqrujT DADDe D ge Fftnsus4 FFn

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Psalm Tone #17 Ps. 25:4-5, 8-9, 10, 14

(Em) tGmajll
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l. Your ways, O Lord, make known to me; teach me your paths,


2, Good and upright is the Lord; thus he shows sinners the way.
3. All the paths of the Lord are kindness and constancy toward those who keep his covenant and his de - crees.

(Am) (Am/c ) (Fmaj7) (Bsus4) (B )


Bm Bm/A Gmaj / c#sus4 c#

1. Guide me in your truth and teach me, ffor you are God my sav - ior, \
land for you I wait all the day. I
2. He guides the hum - ble to justice, and teaches the humble his way.
3. The friendship of the Lord is with those who fear him, and his covenant, for their in- struc- tion.
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4 SECOND SUNDAY OFADVENT /A

Jus - tice shall flour- ish in his time, and full - ness of peace for ev e1

D G/D A/D D G [A/G]* DlFfi [Bm71 Em7 A D

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* Chords in brackets apply when playing with keyboard.

Psalm Tone #5 Ps. 72: 1 -2, 7-8. I 2-1 3, 17

1. O God, with your judgment endow the king, the


and with your justice, king's son;
2. Justice shall flower in his days, and profound peace, till the moon be no more.
3. For he shall rescue the poor when he cries out, and the afflicted when he has no one to help him.
4. May his name be blessed for - ever; name
as long as the sun his shall re - main.

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1. He shall govem your peo - ple justice
with and your afflicted ones with judg - ment.
2. May he rule from sea to sea, and from the River to the ends of the earth.
3. He shall have pity for the lowly and the poor; the lives ofthe poor he shall save.
4. In him shall all the tribes ofthe earth be blessed; all the nations shall pro - claim his happi - ness.

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SECOND SUNDAY OFADVENT / B

Lord, let US see your kind NCSS. and grant US your sal va - tion.

Capo 5: (Am) (G/B) (c) (D) (Fmaj 7t (Em7) (Dm/A) (Am)


Dm CIE F G Bbmaj / Am7 Gm/D Dm

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Psalm Tone #27 Ps. 85:9-10, 11-12, 13-14

(DADDe)
GADD9

1. I will hear what God pro- claims; the Lord for he proclaims peace to his people
2. Kindness and truth shall meet: - peace shall
justice and kiss.
3. The Lord himself will give his beneflts; our land shall yield its in - crease
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(DADDe)
6ADD9

1. Near indeed is his salvation to those who fear him, glory dwelling in our
2. Truth shall spring out of the earth, andjustice shall look down from
3. Justice shall walk be - fore him. and prepare the way ol his
lollol e
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6 SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT / C

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The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy.

Capo3:
' (A) (D) (Em) (D/F#) (Gmai7) (A7) (C) (D)
C F Gm FlA" Bbmaiz C7 Bt F

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Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 126:1-2.2-3.4-5.6

(Em7) (c/A)
Gm7 Bb/C

l When the Lord brought back the cap - tives of Zion, we were like men dreaming.
2. Then they said a - mong the nations, "The Lord has done great things for them."
3. Restore our for - funes, O Lord, like the torrents in the south - em desert.
4. Although they go forth weeping, carrying the seed to be sown,
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(D/Fil) (E/Gil)
F/A G/B

1. Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue re - Jorcrng.
2. The Lord has done great things for US; we are in - deed.
3. Those who sow in tears shall re - joicing.
4. They shall come back re - joicing, carry - their sheaves,

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THIRD SUNDAY OFADVENT /A 7

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Lord, save

(c) (C/E) (F) (F/G) (c)


F F/A B, BbIC F

Psalm Tone #7 Ps. 146:6-7,8-9,9-10

(c) (Em7) (F) (c)


F Am7 Bb F

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1. TheLordGodkeeps faith for- ever, secures justice for the op - pressed,
2. The Lord gives sight to the blind; the [.ord raises up those who were bowed down.
3. The fatherless and the widow he sus- tains, but the way of the wicked he thwarts.

(Em7) (F)
Am7 R,

gives food to the hungry. The l-ord sets cap - tives free.
The Lord loves the jusq the t-ord pro - tects sfangers.
The Lord shall reigrr for ever; your God, OZion, through all gen - er - ations.
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8 THIRD SUNDAY OFADVENT / B

My soul joic - es in my God, my soul - JOlc - eS ln my God.

Capo 5: (Am) (An/C) (Dm) (E7) (F) (Am/C) (Dm7) (Em7) (Am)
*Dm Dm/F Gm A7 Bb Dm/F Gm7 Am7 Dm

* The guitar chords are not to be played with this keyboard accompaniment.

Psalm Tone #19

(Bm7/A) (Amai7) (Bm7lA)


Em7/D DmajT EmllD

1. My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord, my spirit rejoices in God my savlor,
2. The Almighty has done great things for me, and holy is his Name.
3. He has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich he has senl a- way empty.
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(E/D) (A/Ct) (DADDe)


A/G D/F* GADDe

for he has looked upon his low - ly servant. From this day all generations will call me blessed.
He has mercy on those who fear him in every gen - er ation.
He has come to the help of his ser - vant lsrael for he has remembered his prom - mise of mercy.

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THIRD SUNDAY OFADVENT / C 9

Cry outwith joy and glad-ness: for a - mong you is One of

D Em/D Ffm/D G/D B[maj7

Psalm Tone #28 Is. 12:2-j, 4, 5-6

GADD9

savror; I am confident and un - a - fraid.


2. My strength and my courage LORD, and he has been my savior.
3. With joy you water at the fountain of sal - vation.
4. Give thanks to the LoRo. ac - name; I among the nations make known
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5. Sing praise to the LORD for his glori - ous let this be known throughout all the
6. Shout with exultation. O cit - v for great in your midst is the Holy One of

*The antiphon is sung after verses 3 4 and 6.


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10 FOURTH SUNDAY OFADVENT /A

Let the l,ord en - ter; he is king of glo ry.

B/D* A/C# AiB A E

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Psalm Tone #15 Ps. 24:1-2, 34, 5-6

1. The Lono's are the earth and its frrllness; the world and those who
2. Who can ascend the mountain of the Lono? or who may stand in his holy
3. He shall receive a blessing from the I-ono, a reward from God his
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1. Forhefoundeditup- on the seas and es - tablished it up - on the nv- ers.


2. One whose hands are sinless, whose heart is clean, who de - sires not what is vain.
3. Such is the race that seeks for him, that seeks the face ofthe God of Ja- cob.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OFADVENT / B 11

For ev will sing good - ness of the Lord.

Em Cmajj A Bm7 E

Psalm Tone #17

1. The promises of the LoRo I will sing for - ever; through all generations my mouth shall proclaim your faithfulness.
2. "Ihave made a covenant with my chosen one, I have swom to David my servant:
3. "He shall say of me, 'You are my father, my God, the Rock, my savior.'

Am/G FmajT

1. For you have said, "My kindness is estab -lished for - ever"; in heaven you have confirmed your faithful-ness.
2. Forever will I confirm your pos - terity and establish your throne for all gen - er - -
a tions."
3. Forever I will maintain my kind - ness toward him, and my covenant with him stands firm."

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12 FOURTH SUNDAY OFADVENT / C

Lord, make us tum to you; let us see your face and we shall be saved.

Capo 3: (c) (Dm) (G) (Dm7) (Em7) (F ) ( F/c) 16sus+,1 i6.1


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Psalm Tone #6 Ps. 80:2-3, 15-16, 18

(Am) (c/G) (F)


Cm r,bnb Ab

1. O shepherd oflsrael, hearken, from yourthrone upon the cheru - bim, shine forth.
2. Once again, O Lord of hosts, look down from heav - en, and see;
3. May your help be with the man of your right hand, with the son of man whom you your - self made strong.

(q/G) (Gsus4) (G)


Eb/Bb gfsus+ s[

1. Rouse your power, and come to save us.


2. Take care of this vine, /and protect what your right hand has planr - ed I
Ithe son of man whom you your - self made srrong. I
3. Then we will no more with - draw from you; give us new life, and we will call up - on your name.

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DECEMBER 25 IYIGIL 13

For ev sing good - ness of the Lord

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Em LmaJ' A Bm7 E

Psalm Tone #17 Ps. 89:4-5. 16-17, 27, 29

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1. I have made a covenant with my chosen one, I have swom to David my servant:
2. Blessed the people who know the joyful shout; in the light of your countenance, O Lono, they walk.
3. He shall say of me, "You are my father, my God, the rock, my savior."

Am/G FmajT 97 SUS4 p7

1. Forever will I confirm your pos - terity and establish your throne for all gen - er - a - ttons.
2. At your name they rejoice all the day, and through yourjustice they are
ex - al - ted.
3. Forever I will maintain my kind- ness toward him, and my covenant with him stands firm.
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14 DECEMBER 25: CHRISTMAS / MASS AT MIDNIGHT

day, to - day is born our - 10r, Christ the Lord.

DlC sh Dm/F Gm/A

Psalm Tone #29 Ps. 96:1-2, 2-3, 1 1-12, 1i

G/D

1. Sing to the Lono a new song; sing to the Lono, all you lands.
2. Announce his salvation, day af ter day. Tell his glory among the nations:
3. Let the heavens be glad and the earth re - ioice; let the sea and what fills it re - sound;
4. They shall exult before the Lono, for he comes; for he comes to rule the earth.
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1. t l Sing to the Lono; bless his name.


2. t l a- mong all peoples, his won - drous deeds.
3. let the plains be joyful and all that is in theml Then shall all the trees of the for - est ex - ult.
4. He sha1l rule the worldwith justice and the peoples with his const-an-cy.
-lQt e lol o.

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DECEMBER 25: CHRISTMAS / MASS AT DAWN 15

A light will shine on us this day: the Lord is born for us.

Capo 2: (D) (G/A) (A) (D/F#) (G) (D/Ft) (G/A) (D)


E A/B B E/Gfi A , E/cil AiB E

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Psalm Tone #12 Ps.97:1,6, 11-12

(G/D) (Gm/D) (D)


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1. The Lono is king; let the earth re- joice; be glad.


2. Lightdawns for the just; and gladness, for the up - of heart.
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l. The heavens pro - claim his justice, and all peoples see his glory.
2. Be glad in the Lonr, you just, and give thanks to his ho - ly name.
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16 DECEMBER 25: CHRISTMAS / MASS DURING THE DAY

Psalm Tone #14 Ps. 98:1, 2-3, 3-4, 5-6

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1. Sing to the Lono a new song, for he has done won - drous deeds:
2. The Lono has made his sal - vation known: in the sight of the nations he has re - vealed his justice
3. A11 the ends of the earth have seen the salvation by our God.
4. Sing praise to the Lono with the harp, with the harp and mel - o - dious song.
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1. His right hand has won vic - t'ry for him, his ho - 1y AIIN.
2. He has re - membered his kindness and his faithfulness toward the house of Israel.
3. Sing joyfully to the LoRD, all you lands; break into song; sing praise.
4. With trumpets and the sound of the hom joyfully before the King, the Lono.

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SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF CHRISTMAS / HOLY FAMILY /ABC 17

who fear walk in his ways.

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Psalm Tone #3 Ps. 128:1-2, j,4-5

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1. Blessed is everyone who fears the Lono, who walks in ways!
2. Your wife shall be like a fruit - ful vine in the recesses of home;
3. Behold, thus is the man blessed who fears I-ono.
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1. For you shall eat the fruit of your hand - iwork: blessed shall you be, and fa- vored.
2. Your children like o1 - ive plants a - round your ta - ble.
3. The LoRo bless you from Zi - on: may you see the prosperity of Jerusalem all the days of your life.

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l7B SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF CHRISTMAS / HOLY FAMILY (Optional)

Psalm Tone #36 Ps. 105: 1-2, 3-4. 5-6, 8-9

1. Give thanks to the Lono, invoke his name; make known among the na - tions his
2. Glory in his ho - ly name; rejoice, O hearts that seek the
3. You descendants of Abraham, his servants, sons ofJacob, his cho - sen
4. He remembers forever his covenant which he made binding for a thousand gen - er -

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1. Sing to him, sing his pralse, proclaim all his won - drous deeds.
2. Look to the Loxo in his strength; constantly seek his face.
3. He, the Lono, is our God; Throughout the earth his judg - ments pre - vail.
4. which he entered into with Abraham and by his oath to Isaac.

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SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF CHRISTMAS / HOLY FAMILY (Optional) l7C

Bless - ed are they who

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Psalm Tone #33 Ps. 84:2-3,5-6,9-10

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1. How lovely is your dwelling place, O Lono of hostsl My soul yeams and pines for the courls of the Lonp.
2. Happy theywhodwellinyour house! Continuallythey praise you.
3. O Lono ofhosts, hear our prayer; hearken. O God of Jacobl

l. t My heart and my flesh cry out for the liv - ing God.
2. Happy the men whose strength you Their hearts are set upon the pilgrimage.
3. O God, behold our and look upon the face of your a nointed.

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18 JANUARY 1: SOLEMNITY OF MARY, MOTHER OF GOD

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MayGod blessus in his mer - cy, mayGod blessus in his mer - cy.

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Psalm Tone #1 7 Ps. 67:2-3, 5, 6, I


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1. May God have pity on us and bless us; may he let his face shine up on us.
2. May the nations be glad and ex - ult because you rule the peoples in equity;
3. May the peoples praise you, O God; may all the peo - ples praise you!
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So may your way be known up- on earth; among all nations, your sal-va - tion.
t' l the nations on the earth you guide.
May bless us, and may all the ends of the earth fear him!
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EPIPHANY 20

Lord, ev - 'ry earth will a - dore you.

(F) (Em7) 16SUS4) (G ) (q)


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Psalm Tone #5 Ps. 72:1-2, 7-8, 10-1 1, 12-13

(G/B) 1pADDe74; (c)


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1. O God, with your judgment endow the king, and with your justice, the king's son;
2. Justice shall flower in his days, and profound peace, till the moon be no more.
3. The kings ofTarshish and the Isles shall offer gifts; the kings of Arabia and Seba shall bring tribute.
4. For he shal1 rescue the poor when he cries out, and the afflicted when he has no one to help him.

(Em/G) (Fmaj 7) 16SUSa1


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1. He shall govem your peo - ple with justice and your afflicted ones with judg -
2. May he rule from sea to sea, and from the River to the ends of the earth.
3. All kings shall pay him homage, tions shall serve
4. He shall have pity for the lowly and the poor; the lives of the poor he shall save.

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2I BAPTISM OF THE LORD /ABC

The Lord will bless his peo - ple with his peace.

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Psalm Tone #l5 Ps. 29:1-2, 3-1,3,9-10

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l. Give to the Lono, you sons of give to the Lono glory and
2. The voice of the Lono is over the the Lono, over vast
3. The God of glory and in his temple all say,
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F/A 4faono B,

1. Give to the Lono the glory Lono in ho - ly


2. The voice of the voice of the Lono is
3. The Lonois enthroned a - Lono is enthroned as king

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BAPTISM OF THE LORD (Optional) 2lB

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You will draw wa- ter joy - ful-ly from the springs of sal VA tion.

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Psalm Tone #11 Is. 12:2-3, 4, 5-6

1. God indeed I am confident and fraid.


2. Give thanks to the Lonp, ac - among the nations make deeds,
3. Sing praise to the Lono for his glo - let this be known throughout earlh.
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strength my courage is the Lono, and he has been my savior. I
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with ex- ul - O
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Shout tation, city of Zion, for great in your midst is the Holy One of Israell
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zlc BAPTISM OF THE LORD (Optional)

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Psalm Tone #22

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1. O Lonp, my God, you are great in - deedl You are clothed with majes - ty and 9lory,
2. You have constructed your palace up - on the waters. You make the clouds your chariot;
3. How manifold are your works, O Lonol ln wisdom you have wrought them all-
4. They look to you to give them lbod in due time. When you give it to them, they gather it;
5. Ifyou take a - way their breath, they perish and retum to the dust.

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l. robed in light as wittr a cloak. You have spreadoutthe heavens like a tent-cloth;

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Youmakethe winds your mes- sengers,f and flaming fire your ministers.
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the earth is firll of vour crea - tures; the sea also, great unq wide,
3. J in which are schools with - out num ber of living things both small and great. (
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4. -lted, when you open your hand, they are filled with good things.'
5. Whenyousendforthyour spirit,theyare cre and you renew the face of the earth.
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FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT I A 22

Be mer-ci-ful, o Lord, for we have sinned.

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Psalm Tone #27 Ps.51:3-4,5-6, 12-13, 14, 17

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l. Have mercy on me, O God, in your goodness; in the greatness of your compassion wipe out my of -fbnse.
2. For I acknowledge my of - fense, and my sin is before me always:
3. A clean heart create for me, O God, and a steadfast spirit renew with - in m,
4. Give me back the joy of your sal - vation, and a willing spirit sustain in me.
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l. Thoroughly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me.


2. "Against you only have I sinned, and done what is evil in your sight."
3. Cast me not out from your presence, and your Holy Spirit take not from me.
4. Olord,o- pen my lips, and my mouth shall proclaim your praise.
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23 FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT / B

Your ways, O Lord, are Iove and truth to those whokeep your cov-e-nant.

Capo 2: ( Em7 ) ( G/A ) (D ) (Gmaj7) (Em7) (Fhn7) (Bsus4 ) (Bm )

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Psalm Tone #6 Ps. 25:4-5,6-7, 8-9

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Your ways, O Lonr, make known to me; teach me your paths,
Remember that your compassion, O Lono, and your love are from of old.
Good and upright is the Lonn, thus he shows sin - ners the way.

(Bm7) (D/A) (Asus4) (A)


CF"7 ElB BSUS'I B

l. Guide me in your truth and teachme, for you are God my


2. In your kindness re - member me, because of your good - ness, o
3. He guides the humble to justice, and he teaches the hum - ble his

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FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT I C 24

Be with me, Lord, when I am 1n troub le.

Em Bm/D Cmajj Em/B Am7+6 Bm7 DIE Em

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Psalm Tone #3

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You who dwell in the shelter of the Most High, who abide in the shadow of the A1- mighty,
No evil shall be - fall you, nor shall affliction come near your tent,
Upon their hands they shall bear you up, lest you dash your foot against a stone.
Because he clings to me, I will de - liver him: I will set him on high because he acknowledges my name.
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CnlEb Am/C D

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say to the Lono, "My refuge and for - tress, my God in whom I trust."
For to his angels he has given command a - bout you, that they guard you in all your ways.
You shall tread upon the asp and the vi - per; you shall trample down the lion and the drag - on.
He shall call upon me, and I will an - swer him; / I will be with him in dis - tress;
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I I will deliver him and glo - ri- fy him. I

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25 SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT I A

Lord, let your mer- cy be on us, as we place our trust in you.

Capo3: (Em) (Em/D) (C) (C/B) (Am7) (Bm7) (c) (D) (Em)
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Psalm Tone #24

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1. Upright is the word of the Lono, and all his works are ffustworthy.
2. See, the eyes of the Lono are upon those who fear him, upon those who hope for his kindness,
3. Our soul waits for the Lono, who is our help and our shield.

(Gm7) ( Efmaj I I (F7 )

Rbm7. Gbmaj/ Ab7

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1. He loves justice and right; of the kindness of the Lono the earth is full.
2. To de liver them from death and pre- serve lhem in spite offamine
3. May your kindness, O Lono, be on us who have put our hope in you.

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I will walk be- fore the Lord, in the land of the liv ing.

C Dm7 CIE FmajT C/G G7 (4-3) C

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Psalm Tone #1 Ps. 1 16:10, 15, 16-17, 18-19

Am G/A Am G/A

1. I believed, even when I said. af - flicted."


2. OLono.Iam your servant; I am your servant, the son of your handmaid;
3. My vows to the Lonp I will pay in the presence of all his people,

l. Precious in the eyes of the Lono is the death of his faithful ones.
2. you have loosed my bonds. / To you will I offer sacrifice of thanks - giving. 1

I and I will call upon the name of the Lono. i


3. In the courts ofthe house ofthe Lono, in your midst, o Je - rusalem.

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27 SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT I C

light my va tion.

Capo2 (Dm) (BLmajr) (Gm7) (Am7) (Dm)


Em Cmaj/ Am7 Bm7 Em

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Psalm Tone #10 Ps. 27: 1, 7-8, 8-9, 13-14


(Dm) 16-rfsrTpy (Edim/D) (Dm)
Em F$rn{ns t6 F#dim/E F,M

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1. The Lono is my light and my sal - vation; whom should I
2. Hear, O Lono, the sound of my call; have pity on me, and
3. Your presence, O Lono, I seek. Hide not your face from
4. I believe that I shall see the bountv of the Lono in the land of the
let

(cmonb) (Dn/A) (Gm6)


Am6/c Em/B Am6

1. The Lono is my life's refuge; of whom should Ibea - fraid'l


2. Of you my heart speaks; you my glance seeks.
3. Do not in anger repel your servant. You are my helper: cast me not off.
4. Wait for the Lono with courage; be stouthearted, and wait for the Lono.
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THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT I A 28

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If to- day you hear his voice. hard-en not your hearts.

Capo 2: (D) (A/D) (G/D) (D) (c) (Em7) (Em/A) (G/D) (D)
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Psalm Tone #15

1. Come, let us sing joyfully to the Lonn; let us acclaim the Rock of our sal - vation.
2. Come, let us bow down in worship; let us kneel before the Lono who made us.
3. Oh, that today you would hear his voice: "Harden not your heafis as at Meribah.
+,oi

(Bm) (D/A) (E/Gt)


Cfrn EIB F#/A#

1. Let us come into his presence with thanks-giving; let us joyfully sing psalmsto him.
2. For he is our God, and we are the people he shepherds, the flock he guides.
3. as in the day of Massah in the desert, Where your fathers tempted me; they tested
me though they had seen my works."

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29 THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT / B

Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 19:8,9, 10, 11

D/Fil GADD9

1. The law of the Lonp is perfect, refreshing the


2. The precepts of the Lono are right, rejoicing the
3. The fear of the Lono is pure, enduring for
4. They are more pre - cious than gold, than a heap of pur - est

1. The decree ofthe Lono is trustworthy, giving wisdom to the simple.


2. The command of the Loro is clear, enlightening the eye.
3. The ordinances ofthe Lono are true, all of them just.
4. Sweeter al - so than syrup or honey from the comb.

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THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT I C 30

The Lord is kind and mer - cl ful; the Lord is kind and mer - ci - ful.

Em7 D/Ff G A Bm GADDg D/Fil Em Em7/A D

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Psalm Tone #12

Bless the Lono. o my soul; and all my being, bless his ho- Iy name.
He pardons all your in -
iquities, heals all your ills,
The Lono SE cures justice and the rights of all op pressed.
Merciful and gracious is the Lono, slow to anger and abound -
th"
lng rn kindness.

r-il7 S IIS 4 E7 SUS4

1. Bless the Lono, O my soul, and for - get not all his benefits.
2. He redeems your lifefrom de- struction, he crowns you with kindness and com- passion.
J. He has made known his ways to Moses, and his deeds to the dren of Israel.
4. For as the heavens are high above the earth, so sur passing is his kindness toward those who fear him.
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31 FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT /A

The Lord IS my shep - herd; there is noth - ing I shall want.

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Psalm Tone #2 Ps. 23:1-3, 3-4,5,6

The Loru is my shepherd; I shall not want. In verdant pastures he gives me re - pose;
He guides me in right paths for his name's sake.
You spread the ta - ble be fore me in the sight of my foes;
Only goodness and kind- ness follow me all the days of my life;
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Am7

1. Beside restful wa - ters he leads me: he refresh - es my soul.


,j Even though I walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side
''l witt your rod and your staff that give me cour - age.
l. You anoint my head with my cup o- ver flows.
4. And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT / B 32

streams of Babylon we sat and wept when we re-- mem-bered Zion.


For there our captorsasked of us of our songs, Andour des - poilers
How could we sing a song of the Lono for- eign land'? If I for - get you,
May my tongue cleave to my palate if I remem - ber you not, I-

Em/G Fmaj 7

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1. On the as - pens of that land we hung up our
2. urged us to be joyous: "Sing for us the songs of
J. Je ru sa - lem, may my right hand be for -
4. place not Je - rusalem a - head of my
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33 FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT I C

Taste and see the good NCSS of the Lord.

Capo 5: (D) (c6) (GiB) (G/A) (D)


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Psalm Tone #3 Ps. 34:2-3,1-5,6-7

(EmiD) (G/B)
Am/G CIE

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1. I will bless the Lono at times; his praise shall be ever in my mouth.
2. Glorify the Lono me, let us together extol his name.
3. Look to him that you may be radiant joy, and your faces may not blush with shame.
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(Gm/Bbt (Em/G) (A)


1ee/Gil r
Cm/Eb A9lC# Am/C D

1. Let my soul glory in the lowly will hear me and be glad.


2. I sought the Lono, and he an- swered me and delivered me from all my fears.
J. When the poor one called out, the Lono heard, and from all his dis - fress he saved him.

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FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT /A 34

With the Lord there is mer - cy, full-ness of re - demp - tion.

Capo 2: (Dm) (Dm/C) (Gm/Bt) (Am7) (Gm7) (Am7) (C/D) (Dm)


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Psalm Tone #10 Ps. 130: 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8

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1. Out of the depths I cry to you, O my voicel


2. If you. O Lono mark in - can stand'.']
3. I trust in the my soul trusts his word.
4. For with the Lono is and with him is plen - re - demption;
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(cmomb) (Dnr/A) (Gm6)


Am6/c Em,rB Am6

1. Let your ears be at - tentive to my voice in sup pli - cation.


2. But with you is lor - giveness, that you may be re - vered.
3. More than sentinels wait for the dawn, let Israel wait for the Lono.
4. And he will redeem Israel from all their in- iquities.

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35 FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT IB

Cre - ate in me, cre - ate tn me, a clean heart, O God.

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Ps. 51 :3-4, 12-13, 14-15

1. Have mercy on me, O God, in your goodness; in the greatness of your compassion wipe out my
2. A clean heart create for me, O God, and a steadfast spirit renew
3. Give me back the joy of your sal - vation, and a willing spirit sustain

1. Thoroughly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me.


2. Cast me not out from your presence, and your Holy Spirit take not from me.
3. I will teach transgressors your ways, and sinners shall re - turn to you.

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FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT I C 36

The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy.

Capo3: (A) (D) (Em) (D/Ff) (QmajTt (A7) (G,) (D)


C F Gm F/A Bbmaj/ C/ Bb F

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Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 126:1-2,2-3,4-5,6

(D/F#) (Em7) (q/A)


F/A Gm7 Bb/C

1. When the Lono brought back the cap - tives of Zion, we were like men dreaming.
2. Then they said a - mong the nations, "The Lono has done great things for them."
3. Restore our for - tunes, O Lono. like the torrents in the south - ern desert.
4. Although they go forth weeping, carrying the seed to be sown,
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(D/Ff,) (G6) (E/G#)


F/A Bt6 G/B

Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with re - Jolcrng.
The Loru has done great things for US; glad in - deed.
Those that sow in tears reap re - joicing.
They shall come back re - joicing, ing their sheaves.

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38 PASSION SUNDAY (PALM SUNDAY)

My God. my God, why have you a ban doned me'l

Capo 5: (Dm6) (Arr/C) tnrnl,ilrr (Cmaj7) (Dm7) (Em) (Am)


Gm6 Dm/F Em/(2) t Fmai i Gm7 Am Dm

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Psalm Tone #21 Ps. 22:8-9, 17- 1 8, 19-20, 23-24

(Am) (Am7) (Dm6/A) (Dm6/A)


Dm Dm7 Gm6/D Gm6/D

1. All who see me scoff at me; they mock me with parted lips, they wag their heads:
2. Indeed, many dogs sur - round me. a pack of evildoers closes in up- on me;
3. They divide my garments a - mong them, and for my vesture they cast 1ots.
4. I will proclaim your name to my brethren; in the midst of the assemblv I will praise you:

(Em/G) ( FmajT ) (Dm)


Am/C Bbmaj / Gm

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"He relied on the Lono; let him de - liver him, let him rescue him, if he loves him."
They have pierced my hands and my feeti I can count all my bones.
But you, O Lono, be not far from me; O my help, hasten to aid me.
"You who fear the Lono, praise him; all you descendants ofJacob. give glory to him;
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revere him. all you descendants of Israell"
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HOLY THURSDAY: EVENING MASS OF THE LORD,S SUPPER 39

Our bless- ing

Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 1 16: 12- 13, 15-16bc, 17-18

1. How shall I make a retum to the Lono for all the good he has done me'l
2. Precious in the eyes of the Loao is the death of faithful ones.
3. To you will I offer sacrifice of thanks- giving, and I will call upon the name of Lono.

o e
l. The cup of salvation I will take UP, and I will call upon the name of the Lonp.
2. I am your servant, the son of your handmaid; you have loosed my bonds.
3. My vows to the Lono I will pay in the presence of all his people.

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40 GOOD FRIDAY

Y - -\--l-
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Fa - ther, in - to your hands, I com - mend my spir - it.

capo 3: (Em) (nlu_9+1 (B ) (Aml) (D/F#) (Em)


Gm GsuS4 D Cml F/A Gm

a
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Psalm Tone #1 Ps.31:2,6, 12-13, 15-16, 17,25

(Em) (D/E) (Em) (D/E)


Gm FIG Gm F/G

e
1. Inyou,OLono,I take refuge; let me never be put to shame.
2. For all my foes I am an object of re -
proach, a laughingstock to my neighbors, and a dread to my friends;
3. But my ffust is in you, O Lonn: I say, "You are my God.
4. I.et your face shine upon your servant; save me in your kindness.

(Am7) (Bm7)
Cm7 Dm7

e
1. In yourjustice rescue me. Into your hands I com - mend my spirit; \
you will redeem me, O Lono, O faith ful God. I
2. they who see me abroad flee from me- I am forgotten like the unre - mem - bered dead; I
I am like a dish that is broken. f
3. In your hands is my destiny; rescue me from the clutches of my enemies and my persecutors."
4. Take courage and be stouthearted, all you who hope in the Lono.

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EASTER VIGIL I 4I

Lord, send out your Spir it, and re - new the face of the earth.

D BmiD CID G/D D/A G pADD9

II t' t
J h.l. - -l

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Psalm Tone #22 Ps. 104:1-2,5-6, 10, 12, 13-14,24,35

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1. Bless the Lono, omy soul! O Lonn, my God, you are great in - deedl
2. You fixed the earth upon its foun - dation, not to be moved for - ever;
You send forth springs in - to the watercourses thatwinda- mong the mountains.
4. You water the mountains from your palace; the earth is replete with the fruit of your works.
5. How manifold are your works, O Lordl In wisdom you have wrought them all-

pllT S LJS 4
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l. You are clothed with majesry and glo - ry, robed in light as with a cloak.
2. With the ocean, as with a gannent, you cov-ered it; above the mountains the wa -
ters stood.
3. Beside them the birds of heav - en dwell; from among the branches they send forth their song.
4. You raise grass forthe cattle, and vegetation for man's use, Producing bread from the earth.
5. the earth is tullof your crea- tures. Bless the Lono, O my soul!
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4t EASTER VIGIL I ALT.

The earth full of the good-ness of the Lord, the good-ness of

C G/B Am Em/G ADD9 IG C

AJ
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Psalm Tone #12

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1. Upright is the word of the Lono, and all his works are trustworthy.
2. By the word of the Lono the heav - ens were made; by the breath of his mouth all their host.
3. Blessed the nation whose God is the Lono, the people he has chosen for his own in - heritance.
4. Our soul waits for the Lono. who is our help and our shield.

g 7SUS4 Em D7 SUSl

1 He loves jus - tice and right; of the kindness of the Lono the earth is full.
2. He gathers the waters of the sea as in a flask; in cellars he con - fines the deep.
3. From heaven the Lono looks down; he sees all man- kind.
4. May your kindness, O Lono, be up- on us who have put our hope in you.
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EASTER VIGIL II 4I

You are my ln her I tance, o Lord.

Capo 3: (Cmaj7) (qiB) (Am7) (Bm7) (E)


Ebmaj / BbID Cm7 Dm7 G

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Psalm Tone #8 Ps. 16:5,8,9-10, 11

(Em) (EmiD)
Gm Gm/F

1. O Lono, my allotted portion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot.
2. Therefore my heart is glad and my soul re - joices, my body, too, a - bides in confidence;
3. You will show me the path to life, t

(Em/D)
Gm/F

1. I set the Lono ev - er be


fore me;
2. Because you will not abandon my soul to the
netherworld,
fullness ofjoy in your presence,

(Am/C)
Cm/E[

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1. with him at my right hand I shall not be dis turbed.
2. nor will you suffer your faithful one to under - go cor rup tion.
3. the delights at your right hand for ev er.

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4t EASTER VIGIL III

Let us sing to the Lord; he has cov- ered him- self ln glo ry.

C D Em Em/D Am7 Bm7 D/E E,m

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Psalm Tone #31 Ex. 15: 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 17-18

c/Ff C6tE

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sing to the Lono. for he is glorious- ly rri . umphant; horse and chariot he has cast in - to the sea. I
I My strength and my courage is the Lono. and he has been my savior. I
2. The Lono is a warrior, Lono is his namel
3. The flood wa- ters covered them, they sank into the depths like a stone.
4. You brought in the people -
you re deemed J and planted them on the mountain of your in-heritance-l
the place where you made
I your seat. O Lono. I
lellot e

GmajT Cmaj 7

He is my God, I praise him; the God of my father, I ex tol him.


Pharaoh's chariots and army he hurled into the sea; the elite of his officers were submerged in the Red Sea.
Your right hand, O Lono, magnificent in power, your right hand, O Lono, has shattered the enemy.
the sanctuary, Lono, which your hands established. The Lono shall reign forever and ever.
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let

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EASTER VIGIL IV 4I

will pralse you, Lord, for you have res - cued me.

Em 4SUSa Am CmajT Bm7 Em

AJ - \--T o io'
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1. I will extol you, O Lono, for you drew me clear and did not let my enemies rejoice o - vef me.
2. Sing praise to the Lono, you his faithful ones, and give thanks to his ho - ly name.
3. Hear, O Lono, and have pity on me; O Lono. be my helper.

1. O Lono, you brought me up from the netherworld; you preserved me from among those going down into the pit.
. J Fo. his anger lasts but a moment;
'' l At nightfall. weeping en- ters in. but with the dawn,
3. You changed my mouming in - to dancing; O Lono, my God, forever will I give

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4I EASTER VIGIL V

You will draw wa - ter Joy lul - ly from the springs of sal va tion.

D A/c# G/B D/A Cmaj7 Bm7 Am7 D

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Psalm Tone #1 1 k. 12:2-3,4,5-6

Fhn GmajT

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l. God indeed IS my savior; I am confident and un - a-fraid.
2. Give thanks to the Lono, ac - claim his name; among the nations make known his deeds,
3. Sing praise to the Lonp for his glo - rious a - chievement; let this be known throughout all the earth.
laL

Bm7

I wittr
vtv strength and
joy you
my courage is the
will draw
Lono, and he has been my savior. I
I water at the fountain of sal - vation. I
proclaim how exalted his name.
ex-ul tation. O city of Zron, for great in your midst is the Holy One of Israel !

o let e

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EASTER VIGIL VI 4I

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Lord, you have the words EV er - last - ing life.

D Em7/D A/cf GmaiT A7 D

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Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 19:8, 9, 10, 11

GADDg

1. The law of the Lono perfect, refreshing the soul;


2. The precepts of the Lono right, rejoicing the heart;
3. The fear of the Lono pure, enduring for - ever;
4. They are more pre - cious gold, than a heap of pur - est gold;

1. The decree ofthe Lono is trustworthy, giving wisdom to the simple.


2. The command of the Lonp is clear, enlightening the eye.
3. The ordinances ofthe Lono are true, all of them just.
4. Sweeter al - so than syrup or honey from the comb.

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4t EASTER VIGIL VII

When baptism is celebrated.

Like a deer that longs for run - rung streams,

Em D G

soul longs for you, my God; my soul longs for you. my God.

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Am7 D G Ff,rnrtn:)
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Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 42:3, 5; 43:i,4


G/B Am7 G

1. Athirst is my soul for God. mg God.


2. I went with the throng and led them in procession to the house of God,
3. Send forth your light and your fi - delity; they shall lead me on
4. Then will I go in to the al - tar of God. the God of my gladness and jov;
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1. When shall I go and be - hold the face of God'l
2. Amid loud cries of joy and thanks - giving, with the multitude keep - ing festival.
3. And bring me to your holy mountain, to your dwell-ing - place.
4. Then will I give you thanks upon the harp; o God, my God!

EASTER VIGIL VII ALT. 4I


When baptism is not celebrated, use "You shall draw water" with Isaiah 12 found at EASTER VIGIL V, or the following.
-

Cre - ate in me, cre - ate in me a clean heart, o God.

ASUS4 Am Em Em7 Am7 Bm7 Em

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Psalm Tone #18 Ps. 51: 12-13; 14-15, 18-19


Am6/E Etdim ElD

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l. A clean heart create for me, o God, and a steadfast spirit renew with - in me.
2. Give me back the joy of your sal vation, and a willing spirit sus - tain in me.
3. For you are not pleased with sacrifices; should I offer a holocaust, you would not ac - cept it.

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Film/(D) )

Cast me not out from Your presence, and your Holy Spirit take from me.
I will teach transgressors your ways. and sinners shall re - to you.
My sacrif,ice, O God. is a con - trite spirit; a heart contrite and humbled, O God, you not spurn.
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4I EASTER VIGIL ALLELUIA

AI le-lu ia, al le-lu ia, al - -lu ial

Capo 3: (c) (D) (C/E)(Em) (Am) (E) lpADDeTp{;1g7p1 (Cmaj7)(Am7) (q)


Bh F Rhlc cm cm G pADD974" Ebn EbmajT Cm7 Bh

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Ps. I l8:1-2, l6-17,22-23


(Am/G) (D6/Ft) (Em7) (C/E) IPADDe1
Cm/BI F6lA' Gm7 E'IG FADDg

Give thanks to the Lono, for he is good, for his mercy en - dures for - ever.
The right hand of the Lono has struck with power; the right hand of the Lono is ex - alted.
The stone which the builders re - jected has become the cor-ner-stone.

(Cmaj 7 t (G/B) (Am) (Qmaj7) (Am7/C )


Ebmai 7 Bb/D Cm EbmajT CmtlEb

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Let the house of Israel say, "His mercy en - dures
I shall not die. but live, and declare the works of
By the Lono has this been done; it is wonderful in
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EASTER SUNDAY 42

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

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This is the day the Lord has made; let us re-joice and be glad.

Capo )
' 3: (CEb (Dm7) (Em7) (D/Fil) (G) (D7) (Csus4 ) (G )

Fm7 Gm7 F/A Bb p1 Btsusl Bt

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Psalm Tone #19 Ps. 1 18: 1-2, 16-17, 22-23

(Dm7/C) (CmajTt (Dm7/c) (q)


Fm7/Eb Ebmaj 7 Pmtml F.b

1 Give thanks to the Lono, for he is good, for


2. "The right hand of the Lono has struck with power; the right hand of the Lono ex
3. The stone which the build - ers re - iected has be - the

lol- o l,oi

(C/E) 1p,ADD9 1

r;btc 4!ADDe

1. Let the house of Is - el say, dures for - ever."


2. I shall not but live, of the Lono.
3. By the Lono has been done; in our eyes.

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43,44,45 SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Psalm Tone #19

(Dm/C) (Cmai7) (Dm/C) (c)


Gm/F FmajT Gm/F F

1. Let the house of Is - ra - el say, "His mercy en - dures for - ever."


2. I was hard pressed and was falling, but the Lono helped me.
3. The stone which the build - ers re - jected has be - come the cornerstone.
lot e lat e

(G/F) 1 pADD9 I
ClBb BbADDe

Let the house of Aar - on say, "His mercy en - dures for - ever." \
Let those who fear the Lono say, "His mercy en - dures for - ever." /
My strength and my courage is the Lono, and he has been my savior.l
The joyful shout of victory in the tents of the Just:
By the Lono has this been done; it is wonderful in our .:y..r..f I
This is the day the Lonp has made; let us be glad and re - Jorcem lt.
I
lot lol e

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THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER /A 46

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Lord, you will show us the path of life.

G D/F# Em Bm/D C*+j' D G

ai uo
l

) )) ra

Psalm Tone #9

tot eo
1. Keep me, O God, for in you I take re - fuge; Isay to the Lonl, "My Lonp are you."
2. I bless the Lono who coun - sels me; even in the night my heart ex - horts me.
3. Therefore my heart is glad and my soul re-joic - es, my body, too, a - bides in confidence;
4. You will show me the path to life, abounding joy in your presence.

lot o
lo+
1. O Lono, my allotted portion and my cup, you it is who hold fast
2. I set the LoRoev - er be- fore me; with him at my right hand I shall not be dis - turbed.
3. Because you will not abandon my soul to the netherworld, nor will you suffer your faithful one to undergo cor- ruption.
4. 1 I the delights at your right hand

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47 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER / B

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Lord. let your face shine on us.

D ClE Fmai 7 GADDg D

c) ri t t)
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Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 4:2,4, 7-8, 9

D/Ff Em7

1. When I call, answer me, O my just God,


2. Know that the Lono does wonders for his faithful one;
3. O Lono, let the light of your countenance shine up - on usl
4. As soon as I lie down, I fall peaceful - ly a - sleep,

you who relieve me when I am in dis tress;


I{ Have pity on me, and hear my prayerl
2. the Lono will hear me when I call up on him.
3. You put gladness into my heart.
4. for you alone, O Lono. bring security to my dwelling.

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THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER / C 48

Ps. 30:2, 4, 5-6, 11-12, 13

o
1. I will extol you, O Lono, for you drew me clear and did not let my enemies rejoice o - ver me.
2. Sing praise to the Loro, you his faithful ones, and give thanks to his ho - ly name.
3. Hear, O Lono. and have pity on me; O Lono. be my helper.

Am/G FmajT

1. _ O Lono. you brought me up from the netherworld; you preserved me from among those going down into the pit
lasts
but a
',J For his anger moment;
l ar nigtrtfall. weeping
en- ters in. but with the dawn.
3. You changed my mouming in - to dancing; O Lono, my God, forever will I give

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49 FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER /A

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

The Lord 1S my shep - herd; there is noth - ing I shall want.

Em Em/D gADD9 Am7 Bm7 Em

a) il
l'l r io'

) .l l -l rl I

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Ps. 23:1-3,3-4,5,6

gADD9

The Lono is my shepherd; I shall not want. In verdant pastures he gives me re- pose;
He guides me in right paths for his name's sake.
You spread the ta - ble be fore me in the sight of my foes;
Only goodness and kind- ness follow me all the days of my life;
lel a

1. Beside restful wa - ters he leads me; he refresh - CS my soul.


.z'l/ Even though I walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side
With your rod and your staff that give me cour - age.
3. You anoint my head with my cup o- ver flows.
4. And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
loi e-lel e-O

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FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / B

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

1J
The stone by the build- ers has be - come

(G) (Dir'il) (Em) (Bm/D) (CiD)


A E/G F#rn C#m/E DlE

J J,.--JI

Psalm Tone #9 Ps. 1 18: 1, 8-9, 21-23, 26, 28, 29

(Em)
F*m

lol
1. Give thanks to the Lonu, for he is good, for his mercy en - dures for - ever.
2. I will give thanks to you, for you have an-swered me andhave been my savior.
3. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lonn; we bless you from the house of the Loto.

(Em/G) (Fm6j7 )
F#./A Gmaj 7

e
It is better to take refuge ln the Lono than to trust man. I
It is better to take refuge in the Lono than to trust princes. I
The stone which the build - ers re - jectedhas become the cor - - stone.
By the Lono has this been done; it is wonderful in .ygr. tI
I will give thanks to you, for you have answered me and have been savlor.
Give thanks to the Lono, for he is good; for his kindness endures - ever. II

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51 FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / C

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

We his ple, sheep of flock.

Capo 3: (q/E) (F/A) (G7) (F) (Dm7) (q)


EbIG Ab/C Bbt A' Fm7 Eb

l.l
rr €.er>J
ll a

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Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 100:1-2,3,5

(C/E) (F/G) (q)


EbIG Nnb Eb

1. Sing joyfully to the Lono, serve the LoRD with gladness;


2. Know that the Lono he made us. his we are;
3. The Lono his kindness endures for - ever,

1. come before him with Joy ful song.


2. his people, the flock he tends.
3. and his faithfulness. to all gen er ations.

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FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER /A 52

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Lord, let yourmer-cy be on uS, as we place our trust in you.

Capo3: (Em) (Em/D) (C) (G/B) (Am7) (Bm7r (C) (D) (Em)
Cm GmiF Eb BblD Cm7 Dm7 Eb F Gm

A,J
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rl
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Ps. 33:1-2,4-5, 18-19

(Fmaj 7) (Cmaj 71 (G)


Abmaj / Ebmaj i BI

e
1. Exult, you just, in the Lono; praise from the up - right is fitting.
2. Upright is the word of the Lono, and all his works are trustwofihy.
3. See, the eyes ofthe Lono are upon those who fear him. upon those who hope for his kindness,

{Efmajr ) (F7) (Gm7) (Efmajz I (F7)


/
Ghmaj Ab7 Bhm / Gbmaj / Ab7

tol l T
e.
1. Give thanks to the Lonr on the hu.p; with the ten-stringed lyre chant his praises.
2. He loves justice and right; of the kindness of the Lonp the earth is full.
3. To de liver them from death and pre - serve them in of famine.

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53 FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / B

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

I will praise you, Lord, in the as sem - bly of your peo ple.

Capo2: (D) (Ftm/A) (c) (Bm) (C) (Am7) (F) (D)


E GfrniB A C+rn D Bm7 G E

a.)
I I 6 I
1r T r#7
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Psalm Tone #20

(D) (D/Ct) (D/A)


E E/D# E/B

l. I will fulfill my vows before those who fear the Lono. The lowly shall eat their fill;
2. All the ends of the earth shall remember and tum to the Lono;
3. To him alone shall bow down all who sleep in the earth;
4. And to him my soul shalllive; my descendants shall serve him.
loHo]" e e

( GmajT ) (D/Ft) (Eme) (Em/A) (A)


Amaj / E/G* Ffime F*m/B B

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1. They who seek the Lono shall praise him: "May your hearts live for- ev -
2. All the families of the nations shall bow down be- fore
3. Before him shall bend all who go down in - to the dust.
O. lLet the coming generation be told of the Lono 1

Ithat they may proclaim to a people yet to be born I he has shown.


lol

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FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / C 54

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

I will praise your name for ev - er, my king and my God.

F G/F CtE Am Dm7 DmTlG g[aons C

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Psalm Tone #16 Ps. 145:8-9, 10-1 1, 12-13

C ClG

gra- cious and merciful, slow to anger and of great kind- ness.
2. Let all your works give you thanks, O Lono, and let your faithful ones bless you.
3. Let them make known your might to the chil - dren of Adam, and the glorious splendor of your king- dom.

The Lono is good to all and compassionate toward all his works.
Let them discourse of the glory of your kingdom and speak of your might.
Your kingdom is a kingdom for all ages, and your dominion endures through all gen - er - ations.

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55 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER /A

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

arr' r I r rI
I I I ) ) rl
( .)

Psalm Tone #16

C g6[ paDleT4 CIG

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1. Shoutjoyfully to God, all the sing praise to the glory of
earth, his name;
2. Let all on earth worship and sing pralse to you, sing praise to your namel"
3. He has changed the sea dry land; through the river they passed on foot;
4. Hear now, all you who fear God while I de - clare what he has done for me.

FmajT
i

Ffrrnr{o: t
Dm7

1. proclaim his g1o - ri- ous praise. Say to God, "How tremendous are your
2. Come and see the works of God, his tremendous deeds among the chil - dren of
3. therefore let us re - joice in him. He rules by his might for
4. Blessed be God who re - fused me not my prayer or his

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SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / B 56

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The Lord has re- vealed to the na tions his sav - lng pow r, his sav lng pow'r

Capo 3: (C ) (G/B) (Am7) (D) (q) (Em) (D) (c) (Am7)(Am7/D) (G)
Eb BilD Cml F Rh Gm F E' Cm7 CmTtF Bb

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Psalm Tone #16 Ps.98:1,2-3,3-4

(D/F#) (c/F) lgADDe6y (q/D)


F/A ebtil p[aooe76 Rb/F

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1. Sing to the Lono a new song, for he has done won - drous deeds;
2. The Lono has made his sal - va - tion known: in the sight ofthe nations he has revealed his jus - tice.
3. All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation by our God.

(Qmaj 7 )
Ebmajt

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l. His right hand has won v1c - his ly arm.
2. He has remembered his kindness toward the of Israel.
3. Sing joyfully to the Lono, break into sing praise.

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57 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / C

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O God, O God, the pralse youl

A/G D/Fil G Em/A D

Psalm Tone #20 Ps. 67:2-3,5,6, I

DIA

1. May God have pity on US may he let his face shine up - on us.
2. May the nations be glad and because you rule the peoples in eq-ui-ty;
3. May the peoples praise YoU' may all the peoples praise youl
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may your way be known up - on earth; among all nations, your sal - vation.
the nations on the you guide.
earth
bless us, and may all the ends of the earth fear himi

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ASCENSION /ABC 58

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L'J =
God mounts his throne to shouts of jov: a blare of trum-pets for the Lord.
Capo 2: (D) (D/F# ) (Em7) (Asus4) (A) (c) (c) (Am7) (D)
E E/cf F#tn7 B SUS4 BADBmTE

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Psalm Tone #29 Ps.47:2-3,6-7, 8-9

(GiD) (Dmai7) (Em7lD) (D)


AlE EmajT Ff"rzfe E

1. All you peoples, clap your hands shout to God with cries of gladness,
2. God mounts his throne amid shouts of joy; the Lono, amid trum - pet blasts.
J. For king of all the earth is God; sing hymns of praise.
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(G/D) (Dmajr) (Fmaj7)


AiE Emaj / GmajT

For the Lono, the Most High, the awesome, IS the great king over all the earth.
Sing praise to God, sing praise; sing praise to our king, sing praise.
God reigns o - ver the nations, God sits upon his ho ly throne.
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59 SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER /A

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I shall see the good things of the Lord

G G/F

Ps. 27:1,4,7-8

,o
1. The Lono is my light and my sal - vation; whom should I
2. One thing I ask of the Lono; this I
3. Hear, o Lord, the sound of my
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l. The Lont rs my life's refuge; of whom should I be


2. I To dwell in the house of the Lono all the days of my life. t
\That I may gaze on the loveliness of the Lono and contem - plate his temple. J
3. have pity on me, and answer me. Of you my heart speaks; you my glance seeks.

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SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / B 60

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The Lord has set

C ClBb

Psalm Tone #30

e
L Bless the Lono, omy and all my being, bless his ho-ly name.
2. For as the heavens are high a - bove the so sur - passing is his kindness toward those who fear him.
3. The Lono has established his throne in and his kingdom rules o-ver all.

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1. Bless the Lono, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.
2. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our transgressions from us.
J. Bless the Lono, all you his angels, you mighty in strength, who do his bidding.

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6I SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER / C

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The Lord king, Lord most high all the earth

Capo 3: (D6) (Cfrn_7/E) (c) (D6) (C#m_7/E) (Ftm7) {Qmaj7) (Em7) (A)
p6 Emt/G E' F6 Em //G Am/ Bbmaj / Gm/ C

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Psalm Tone #28 Ps.97:1-2,6-7,9

(A/cil) (Bm7) (c6 ) (DADDe)


CIE Dm7 Eh6 pADD9

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1. The Lono is king; let the earth re et the many islands be glad.
2. The heavens pro - claim his Lnd all peoples see his glory
? You, O Lono, are the Most High over all the
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(DADDe)
pADD9

1. Justice and judgment are the foundation of his throne.


2. All gods are prostrate be- fore him.
3. exalted far above all gods.
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PENTECOST / VIGIL 62

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Psalm Tone #22

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1. Bless the Lono, omy soull O Lono, my God, you are great in -
2. How manifold are your works, O Lono! In wisdom you have wrought them
3. Creatures all look to you to give them food in due
4. If you take away their breath they perish and retum to their

1. Youareclothedwith majesty and glo - ry, robed in light as with a cloak.


2. the earth is full of yourcrea-tures; Bless the Loru, O my soul! Al-le-luia.
3. Whenyougiveitto them. they gath- er itl when you open yourhand, ttrey are filled with good things.
4. When you send forth your spirit, they are cre -a- ted, and you renew the face of the earth.
lol.

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63 PENTECOST SUNDAY /ABC

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Lord, send out vour the face of the earth.

D G DADDg

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PsalmTone #22 Ps. 104: 1, 21, 29-30, 3 1, 34

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1. Bless the Lono, O my soull O Lono, my God, you are deedl
2. May the glory of the Lono en - dure for - ever: may the Lono be glad worksl
J. lf you take away their breath, they perish and retum dust.

1. How manifold are your works, O Lordl the earth is full


2. Pleasing to him be my theme; I will be glad
-1. When you send fofth your cre-a-ted, and you renew the face
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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /AB 64-65

Here am I, Lord; here am I, Lord; I come to do vour will.

Em7 D/Ff GADDg D/Ff LrIl' G/A A D

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Psalm Tone #13

D/Ff

1. I have waited, waited for the Lono, and he stooped toward me and heard my cry.
2. Sacrifice or offer - i.rg you wished not, but ears open to obedience you gave me.
3. "In the written scroll it is pre - scribed for me, to do your will, O my God, is my de - light,
4. I announced yourjustice in the vast as - sembly; t

e
l. And he put a new song into my mouth, a hymn to our God.
2. Holocausts or sin-offerings you sought not; then said I, "Be - hold I come."
3. l And your law is with - in my heartl"
4. l I did not restrain my lips, as you, o Lono, know.

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66 SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Pro - claim his mar- vel- ous deeds to all the na tions.

Capo 5: (G) (Am7) (G/B) ( FmaiT/C ) (c) (Dm7) (G)


C Dm7 CIE Bbmaj u7P C Gm7 C

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Psalm Tone #29

(C/G) (GmajTt (Am7/G)


FIC Cmaj / DmTlC

1. Sing to the Lono new song; sing to the Lono, all you lands.
2. Announce his salvation, day ter day. Tell his glory among the nations;
3. Give to the Lono, you fami - of nations, give to the Lono glory and praise;
4. Worship the Lono in ho - at - tire. Tremble before him, all the earth.

(Gmaj7) (c) (D)


ad lib. Cmaj/ F G

1. l Sing to the Lono; his name.


bless
2. A- mong all peoples, his won - drous deeds.
1 give to the Lono the glo-ry due his name!
4. Say among the nations: The Lono is king. He governs the peo ples with equity.
lol- lol e'

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THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 67

1S my light my sal va tion.

Capo 7: (Am) (Fmaj7) (Dm7) (Em7) (Am)


Em Lmal ,
Am7 Bm7 Em

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Psalm Tone #10 Ps. 27:1,4, 13-14

(Am) igr,rrIs,74; (Bdim/A) (Am)


Em Ffirntbst7B F#dimiE Em

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1. The Lono is my light and my sal - vation; whom should I
2. One thing I ask of the Lono; this I
3. I believe that I shall see the bounty ofthe Lonp in the land of the
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(Dm6lr) (Am/E) (Dm6)


Am6/C Em/B Am6

1. The Lonp is my life's refuge; of whom should I be


I To dwell in the house ol the
2. Lono all the days of
I ttrat t may gaze on the loveliness of the Lono and contem - plate
3. Wait for the Lonn with courage; be stouthearted, and wait for
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68 THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

Teach me your ways, o Lord, teach me your ways.

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Psalm Tone #30 Ps. 25:4-5,6-7,8-9

C CIG

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l. Your ways, O Lonl, make teach me your paths,
2. Remember that your compas - and your love are from of old.
3. Good and upright thus he shows sin - ners the way.

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Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my savior.
In your kindness re - member me, because of your goodness, o Lono.
He guides the humble to iustice and teaches the humble his way.

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THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 69

Your words, O Lord, are Spir - it and life.

F CIE Dm7/F Gj C

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Psalm Tone #8 Ps. 19:8,9. 10, 15

Am

1. The law of the Lono perfect, mg the soul;


2. The precepts of the Lono right, ing the heart;
3. The fear ofthe Lono pure, ing for - ever;
4. Let the words of mouth of my heart
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Am Am/G

The decree of the Lono trustworthy, giving wisdom to the sim - ple.
The command of the Lono clear, enlighten - ing the eye.
The ordinances of the Lono true, all of them just.
find fa - vor fore you,
- O Lono, my rock and my re - deemer.
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70 FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A
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Bless - ed the poor in spir - it; the king - dom of heav - en is theirs !

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Psalm Tone #27 Ps. 146:6-7,8-9,9-10

Em AADDg

1. The Lono keeps faith for - ever, secures justice for the op - pressed,
2. The Lono gives sight to the blind: the Lono raises up those who were bowed down.
3. The fatherless and the widow the Lono sus - tains, but the way of the wicked he thwarts.
tettet a

1. gives food to the hungry. The Lono sets captives free.


2. The Lono loves the just; the Lonp protects strangers.
3. The Lono shall reign for - ever; your God, O Zion, through all gener - ations.
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FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 7I

If to - day you hear his hard- en not your hearts.

Capo 2: (D) (A/D) (G/D) (Em7) (Em/A) (ciD)


E BIE AIE Ffi"r7 Ffm/B AIE

Psalm Tone #15

1. Come, let us sing joyfully to the Lono; let us acclaim the Rock of our sal -
2. Come, let us bow down in worship; let us kneel before the Lono who
3. Oh, that today you would hear his voice: "Harden not your hearts as at
lot

(Bm) (D/A) (E/Gt)


cfrn EIB FflA*

1. Let us come into his presence with thanks- giving; let us joyfully sing psalms to him.
2. For he is our God, and we are the people he shepherds, the flock he guides.
3. as in the day of Massah in the desert, Where your fathers tempted me; they tested
me though they had seen myworks."

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72 FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

I will sing of your sal - va - tion.

Capo4:
' (FADDg) (G ) (Fmaj7 ) (c)
gADDg B Amaj / E

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Psalm Tone #2 Ps. 71:1-2, 3-4,5-6, 15-17

(Am) (Em/G) (FADDe)


c#m cfm/B ,r ADD9

ln you, O Lono, I take refuge; let me never be put to shame.


Be my rock of refuge, a stronghold to give me safety,
For you are my hope, o my trust, O God, from my youth.
My mouth shall de - clare your day by day your sal - vation.
lol

(Dm) (Dm7) (F/c) (G)


Ffrn Ffn T A/B B

In your justice rescue me, and de - liver me; incline your ear to me, and save me
for you are my rock myand forlress. O my God, rescue me from the hand of the wick - ed.
Onyoulde- pend from birth; from my mother's womb you are my strength.
O God, you have taught me from my youth, and till the present I proclaim your won- drous deeds.
lot e-le[

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FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 73

The just man is a light 1n dark - ness to the up right.

D DmajT g7 GSUS4 G A7 (4-3) D

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Psalm Tone #19 Ps. 112:4-5, 6-7, 8-9

DmajT Em7/D D

1. Light shines through the darkness for the upright; he is gracious and merci - ful and just.
2. He shall nev - er be moved; the just one shall be in everlast - ing re- membrance.
3. His heart is steadfast: he shall not fear. Lavishly he gives to the poor;
e

1. Well for the man who is gra - and lends, who conducts his af - fairs with
2. An evil report he not fear; his heart is firm, trusting in the
3. His justice shall en - for - ever; his horn shall be exalt - ed in

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74 FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B
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Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, who heals the bro - ken-heart ed.

Em FknT Bm7 C Am7 FmajT Bm7 Em

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Psalm Tone #27 Ps. 147:1-2,3-4,5-6

1. Praise the Lono, for he sing praise to our God, for he is gracious;
2. He heals the bro - and binds up their wounds.
3. Great is our Lord and might - v to his wisdom there is no
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praise him. J The Lono rebuilds Je - rusalem: I


\ the dispersed of lsrael he gathers. f
2. He tells the number stars; he calls each by name.
3. The Lonosus - lowly; the wicked he casts to the ground.
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FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 75

In the sight of the an gels, T will smg your prals- es, o Lord.

Capo 3: (Dm) (G) (Fmai 7) (c,) (Dm7) (F/c) (G) (q)


Fm Bh AbmajT Eh Fm7 AblBb Bb Eb

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Psalm Tone #7

(c) (Em7) (F) (q)


E' Gm7 AI Eb

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1. I will give thanks to you, O Lono, with all my heart, for you have heard the words of my mouth;
2. Because of your kindness and your truth: I for you have made great above all things I
I your promise. I
name and your
3. All the kings of the earth shall give thanks to you, O
Lono, whentheyhearthewordsof your mouth;
4. Your right hand saves me. The Lonp will complete what he has done for me:

(Em7)
Gm7

o
f . in the presence of the angels I will smg your praise: J I will worship at your ho - ly temple I
I and give thanks to your name. I
2. When I called, you answered me; you built up strength with - in me.
3. And they shall sing of the ways of the Lono: "Great is the glory of the Loto."
4. Yourkindness, O Lono, en - dures for - ever; forsake not the work of your hands.

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76 SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Psalm Tone #3 Ps. 1 19: 1-2, 4-5, 1 7-18, 33-34

GmajT

1. Blessed are they whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the Lono.
2. You have commanded that your precepts be diligent - ly kept.
3. Be good to your servant, that I may live and keep your words.
4. Instruct me, O Lono, in the way of your statutes, that I may exactly ob- serve them.
a lol

B9/D#

1. Blessed are they who observe his de- crees. who seek him with all their heart.
2. Oh, that I might be firm in the ways of keep - ing your stat - utesl
3. Open my eyes, that I may con - sid - er the wonders of your law.
4. Give me discernment, that I may observe your law and keep it with all my heart.

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SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 77

I tum to you, O Lord, intime of troub-le, andyou fillmewiththejoy of sal - va-tion.

Cano a: (G]) (F) (C/E) (Dm) (G) (Am) (Am7) (Dm7) (F)(F/G) (C)
A E/G# F*rn , B- C*rn cfrnT Ff*7 A A/B E

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Psalm Tone #19 Ps. 32:1-2,5, 11

(Dm/C) (Dm/C) (c)


Fflm/E F**/E E

1. Blessed is he whose fault is tak - whhose sin is covered.


2. Then I acknowledged my my cov- ered not.
3. Be glad in the Lono and re - t
lot

(G/F) (c/E) (FADDe)


B/A E/Gil AADDe

1.B lessed the man to whom the Lono im - putes not in whose spirit there is no
2, I said, "I confess rny faults to the and you took away the guilt of my
3.t exult, all you up - right of

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78 SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Bless - ed are they, bless - ed are they who hope in the Lord.

Capo 3: (D) (A/D) (G/D) (cADDe) ( t ( Em4A (D)


Qmajz )

F C/F BbiF 6[eolo. Bbmaj I Gm //C F

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Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 1:1-2,3,4,6

(GADDe)
g[ADD9

1. Blessed the man who fol - lows not the counsel of


2. He is like a tree planted near run - ning water, that yields its fruit in
3. Not so the wick - ed, not so; they are like chaff which the wind drives
lol

(D/Ffi) (Em7) 16ADD9 1

F/A Gm7 BbADDe

1. / Nor walks in the way of sinners, nor sits in the company of the insolent, \
I But delights in the law of the Lonp and meditates on his law day and night. I
2. and whose leaves nev - er fade. Whatever he does, prospers.
3. For the Lono watches over the way of the just, but the way of the wick - ed vanishes.
Li-r e

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SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME I A 79

The Lord is kind and mer - c1 ful; the Lord is kind and mer- ci - ful

Eml D/F# GA Bm 6ADD9 Dnil Em Em7lA D

AJ
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G/D GmiD

Bless the Lonp, o and all my being, bless his ly


He pardons all your heals your
Merciful and gracious is the slow to anger and abound - in
As far as the east is from the so far has he put our transgres - from

1. Bless the Lonp, O my soul, and for - get not his benefits.
2. He redeems your Iife from de- struction, crowns you with kindness com - passion.
3. Not according to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he requite us ac - cording our crimes.
4. As a father has com - passion on his children, so the Lonohas com - passion on who fear him.

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80 SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

have sinned

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Psalm Tone #1 Ps.41:2-j,4-5, 13-14


A/B

1. Blessed is the one who has regard for the lowly and poor;
2. The Lono will help him on sickbed,
3. But because of my integrity you - tain me
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in the day of misfortune the Lono will


he will take away all his ailment when he
and let me stand before vou

Ff"r7 G6

1. J The Lono will keep and pre - serve him: I


I and make him blessed on earth, I and not give him over to the will of his enemies.
2. Once I said, "O Lono, have pity on me; heal me, though I have sinned a- gainst you."
J. Blessed be the Lono, the God of Israel, from all eternity. A - men. A - men.

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SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME I C 81

The Lord is kind and mer - cl fu1; the Lord is kind and mer- ci - ful.

Em7 D/Ffi G A Bm GADD9 D/Fil Em EmlIA D

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Psalm Tone #12

D G/D Gm/D

Bless the Lono, o my and all my being, bless his ho- ly


He pardons all your in- heals all your
Merciful and gracious is the slow to anger and abound - ing in
As far as the east is from the so far has he put our transgres - sions from

Ffrrn 97SUS4

1. Bless the Lono, O my soul, get not all his benefits.


2. He redeems your life from de- struction, crowns you with kindness and com - passion.
3. Not according to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he requite us ac - cording to our crimes.
4. As a father has com - passion on his children, so the LoRD has com - passion on those who fear him.
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82 EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Rest in God a - lone, rest in God a-lone, my soul.

Capo2: (D) (c6) (cADDe) (G/A) (D)


E D6 4ADD9 A/B E

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Psalm Tone #1 Ps. 62:2-3,6-7, 8-9

(Bm) (A/B) (Bm) (A/B)


cftn B/cf C*rn B/C#

Only in God is my soul at rest; from him comes my


Only in God be at rest, my soul, for from him comes
With God is my safety and my glory, he is the rock of my strength; my refuge is
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(Em7) (Ftrn7) (c6)


F*-7 G+rn7 46

1. He only is my rock and my sal - my stronghold; I shall not be dis - turbed at all.
2. He only is my rock and my sal - my stronghold; I shall not be dis - turbed.
3. Trust in him at all times, O my Pour out your hearts be- fore him.

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EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 83

The Lord is kind and mer - cl ful; the Lord is kind and mer- ci - ful.

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Bless the Lono. o my soul; and all my being, bless his ho- Iv
He pardons all your in - iquities, heals all your
Merciful and gracious is the Lono, slow to anger and abound - ing in
As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our transgres - sions from

Bless the my soul, and for - get not al1 his benefits.
He redeems your de - struction, crowns you with kindness and com - passion.
Not according to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he requite us ac - cording to our crimes.
As a father has com - passion on his children, so the Lono has com - passion on those who fear him.

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84 EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

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Lord, it IS good to give thanks to you.

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It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to slng prarse to your name, Most High,
The just one shall flourish like the palm tree, like a cedar of Lebanon shall he grow.
They shall bear fruit even in old age; vigourous and sturdy shall they be,

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To proclaim your kind - NESS at dawn and your faithfulness through - out the night.
They that are planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God.
Declaring how just is the Lord, my rock, in whom there is no wrong.

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98
NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 85

Lord, be my rock of safe - ty.

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1. In you, O Lord, I take refuge; let me never be put to shame.
2. Bemy rock of refuge, a stronghold to give me safety.
3. Let your face shine up - on your servant; save me in your kindness.
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2. You are my rock and my fortress; for your name's sake you will and guide me.
Take courage and be stout - hearted, all you who hope the Lord.
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99
86 NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

Ps. 81:3-4,5-6,6-8, l0-l 1

G/B Am

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1. Take up a melody, and sound the timbrel, the pleas- ant harp and the lyre.
2. For it is a stat - ute in Israel, an ordinance ofthe God of Jacob,
3. An unfamiliar speech I hear: "I re - lieved his shoulder of the burden:
4. "There shall be no strange god a - mong you nor shall you worship any a - li - en god.

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l. Blow the trumpet at the new moon, at the full moon, on our sol - emn feast.
2. Who made it a decree for Joseph when he came forth from the land of Egypt.
3. his hands were freed from the basket. In distress you called, and I rescued you."
4. I, the Lord, am your God who led you forth from the land of Egvpt."

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100
NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 87

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Go out to all the world tell the Good News

Capo 3: (D ) O/c#) (Bm) (pra) 16ADD9; (A7) (D)


F F/E Dm F/C BhADDq C1 F

Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 117:1,2

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Praise the Lord, all you nations; glorify him, all


For steadfast is his kind - ness toward us, and the fidelity of the Lord endures
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101
88 TENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

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To the up-right I will show the sav ing pow'r of God.

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1. God the Lord has spoken and summoned the earth, from the rising of the sun to rts setting.
2. "If I were hungry, I would not tell you, for mine are the world and its fullness.
3. "Offer to God praise as your sacrifice and fulfill your vows to the Most High;

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me always."
2. Do I eat the fleshofstrong bulls, or is the blood of goats my drink'/"
3. Then call upon me in time of dis - tress; I will rescue you, and you shall glo - ri - fy me."

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TENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

With the Lord there is cy, full-ness of re - demp - tion.

Capo 2: (Dm) (Dm/C) (cm/Bb) (Am7) (Gm7) (Am7) (C/D) (Dm)


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1. Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lono; Lono, hear my voicel
2. If you, O Lom, mark in - iquities, Lono, who can stand'l
3. I trust in the Lono; my soul trusts in his word.
4. For with the Lono is kindness and with him is plen - teous re - demption;
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1. Let your ears be at - tentive to my voice in sup - pli- cation.


2. But with you is for - giveness, that you may be re - vered.
3. More than sentinels wait for the dawn, let Israel wait for the Lono.
4. And he will redeem Israel from all their in- iquities.
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90 TENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

I will praise you, Lord, for you have res - cued me.

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Psalm Tone #17 Ps. 30:2,4,5-6, 11-12, 13

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1. I will extol you, O Lono. for you drew me clear and did not iet my enemies rejoice o - ver me.
2. Sing praise to the Lono, you his faithful ones. and give thanls to his ho - ly name.
3. Hear, O Lono, and have pity on me; O Lono. be my helper.

l. O Lono, you brought me up from the netherworld; you preserved me from among those going down into the pit
,-'I/ For his anger lasts but a moment;
At nightfall. weeping en- ters in. but with the dawn,
3. You changed my mouming in - to dancing; O Lono, my God, forever will I give

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ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 91

We are his peo - ple, of flock.

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Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 100:1-2,3,5

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l. Sing joyfully to the Lono, all lands; serve the Lono with gladness;
2. Know that the Lonp God; he made us, his we are;
3- The Lonr good: his kindness endures for - ever,
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come before him with Joy


his people, the flock
and his faithfulness, to all gen

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105
92 ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

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Lord, it is good to give thanks to you.

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1. It is good to give thanks the Lord, to sing praise to your name, Most High,
2. Thejust one shall flourish the palm tree, like a cedar ofLebanon shall he grow.
3. They shall bear fruit even old age;
- vigorous and sturdy shall they be,

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l. To proclaim your kind - at dawn and your faithfulness through - the night.
2. They that are planted in the house the Lord shall flourish in the courts our God.
3. Declaring how just the Lord, my rock, in whom there no wrong.

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106
ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 93

Lord, glve wrong I have done.

Capo 2: (Dm) (Am/C) (cm/Bh) (Am7) (Dm)


Em Bm/D Am/C Bm7 Em

Psalm Tone #10 Ps. 32:1-2,5,7, 11

(Dm) 1g*;rbs r7p.1 (Edim/D) (Dm)


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Blessed is the one whose fault is taken a- way, whose sin is covered.
I acknowledged my sin to you, my guilt I cov - ered not.
You are my shelter; from distress you will pre-serve me;
Be glad in the Lord and rejoice, you just; t

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Am6/C Em/B Am6

Blessed the man to whom the Lord imputes no guilt, in whose spirit there is no guile.
I said, "I confess my faults to the Lord," and you took away the guilt of my sin.
with glad cries of freedom you will .i.rg me round.
tl exult, all you up - right of heart-

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94 TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Lord, ln your great love, an - swer me.

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Psalm Tone #20 Ps. 69:8-10, 14, 17, 33-35

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1. For your sake I bear and shame covers my


2. Ipray to you, o for the time of your favor, O
3. "See, you lowly ones, and be you who seek God, may your hearts re -
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1. I have become an outcast to my uro-tn".r, to my children,


2. In your great kind- ness answerme con - stant help.
3. For the Lord hears the poor, and his own who are in bonds he spums not.
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1. Becausezealforyour house con - sumes me, andtheinsults ofthosewhoblasphemeyou
2. Answerme, O t-ord, forbounteous is
your kindness; m your great mercy
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3. Let the heavens and earth praise him, the seas and whatever
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108
TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 95

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Give thanks to the Lord, his love is ev - er - last lng.

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Ps. 107:23-24, 25-26, 28-29, 30-3 1

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1. They who sailed the sea ln ships, trading on the deep waters,
2. His command raised upa storm wind which tossed its waves on high.
3. They cried to the Lord in their dis -tress; from their straits he res - cued them,
4. They reioiced that they were calmed, and he brought them to their de - sired haven.
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These saw the worts ofthe Lord


and his wondersin the a - byss.
They mounted up to heaveq they sank tothe depths; theirhearts melted away in their plight.
He hushed the storm to a gen - tle breeze, and the brllows of ttre sea were stilled.
Let them give thanks to the [,ord for
hiskindness and his wondrous deeds to the chil - dren of men.

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109
96 TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

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My soul is thirst- ing for you, O Lord, for you my God.

Capo 1: (A) (D) (C*mr ) (Bm7)


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Psalm Tone #24

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1. O God, you are my God whom I seek; for you my flesh pines and my soul thirsts
2. Thus have I gazed toward you in the sanctuary to see your power and your glory,
3. Thus will I bless you while I live; lifting up my hands, I will call up - on your name.
4. You are my help, and in the shadow ofyour wings I shout for joy.

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like the lifeless and with - out water.
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For greater good than life; mylips shall g1o ri fy you.
As with the riches of a banquet shall my soul be satisfied, and with ex - ultant lips my mouth shall praise you.
My soul clings right hand up - holds me.

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110
THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 97

Psalm Tone #17

1. The promises of the Lono I will sing for - through all generations my mouth shall proclaim your faithfulness.
2. Blessed the people who know the joyful in the light of your countenance, O Lom, they walk.
3. You are the splendor of their and by your favor our hom is ex - alted.

Am/G Fmaj7 g7 SUS4 g7

1. For you have said, "My kindness is estab - lished for - evel" in heaven you have confirmed faithful- ness.
2. At your name they rejoice all the day, and through yourjustice they are alt - ed.
3. For to the Lono be - our shield, and the Holy One of Israel, king.
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111
98 THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

I will praise you, Lord, for you have res - cued me.

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1. I will extol you, O Lono, for you drew me clear and did not lel my enemies rejoice o -
2. Sing praise to the LoRD, you his faithful ones, and give thanks to his ho -
3. Hear, O Lono. and have pity on me; O Lono. be

1. . O Loto, you brought me up from the netherworld; you preserved me from among those going down into the pit.
, J Fo. his anger lasts but a moment; a lifetime. his good will.
' l At nightfall. weeping en- ters in. re - joic - ing.
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You changed my O Lono, my God, forever will I give you thanks.

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112
THIRTEENTH SUNDAY TN ORDINARY TIME / C 99

You my her tance, o

Capo 3:(Am) (Fmaj 7) (Em7) (Dm7) (F/G) (q)


Cm Abmaj / Gm7 Fm7 a,bnb Eb

Psalm Tone #7

(q) (Em7)
Eb Gm7

1. Keep me, O God, for in you I take refuge; I say to the Lord, "My Lord are you.
2. I bless the Lord who counsels me; even in the night my heart ex - horts me.
3. Therefore my heart is glad and my soul re - joices, my body, too, abides in confidence;
4. You will show me the path to life. fullness ofjoys in your presence,

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1. Ol-ord,myallottedportion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot."
2. I set the [.ord ev - er be - fore me; with him at my right hand I shall not be dis - turbed.
3. Because you will notabandonmy soul to the netherworld, nor will you suffer your faitlful one to undergo cor- ruption.
4.1 I ttredelighsatyourrighthand

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113
lOO FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

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I will praise your name for ev - er, my king and my God.

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Ps. 145:1-2,8-9, 10-11, 13-11

I will extol you, O my God and King, and I will bless your name forever and ev - er.
The Lord is gra - cious and merciful, slow to anger and of great kind - ness.
Let all your works give you thanks, O Lord, and let your faithful ones bless you.
The Lord is faithful in all his words and holy in all his works-

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Every day will I bless you, and I will praise your name forev - er and ever.
The Lord is good to all and compassionate toward all his works.
Let them discourse of the glory of your kingdom and speak of your might.
The Lord lifts up all who are falling and raises up all who are bowed down.

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FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 101

Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, plead- ing for his mer - cy.

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Psalm Tone #5 Ps. 123:1-2,2,3-4

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1. To you I lift up my eyes who are enthroned


2. As the eyes of a maid are on the hands of
3. Have pity on us, O Lord, have pity on us, for we are more than sated with

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1. As the eyes of servants are on the hands of
2. So are our eyes on the Lord, our God, till he have pi - ty
3. Our souls are more than sated
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115
IO2 FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Let all the earth cry out to God with Joy.

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Psalm Tone #16

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1. Shout joyfully to God all the earth. sing praise to the glory of his name;
2. Let all on earth worship and sing praise to you, sing praise to your namel"
3. He has changed the sea in - to dry land; through the river they passed on foot;
4. Hear now, all you who fear God while I de- clare what he has done for me.

rf6ztbs I Fmaj 7 Dm7

proclaim his glo - r1 - ous praise. Say to God, "How tremendous are your deedsl"
Come and see the works of God, his tremendous deeds among the chil - dren of Adam.
therefore let us re - joice in him. He rules by his might for - ever.
Blessed be God who re - fused me not my prayer or his kindness I

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116
FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 103

The seed that falls on good ground will yield a fruit ful har vest.

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l. You have visited the land and watered it; $eatly have you en - riched it.
2. Thus have you prepared the land: drench - ing its furrows, breaking up its clods,
1 You have crowned the year with your bounty, and your paths overflow with a rich harvest;
4. The fields are garment - ed with flocks and the valleys blanketed with grain.
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(Em) ( Em/D) (AADDe)


F#m Ffm/E gADD9

od's watercours
Goc CS are filled; you have prepared the grain.
Softftening ir with showers, blessing its yield.
The untilled meadows o ver - flow with and rejoicing clothes the hills.
t l They shout and sing for jov.
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IO4 FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

Lord, let us see your kind - ness, and grant us your sal - va - tion.

Capo 5: (Am) (G/B) (c) (D) (F,majz) (Em7) (Dm/A) (Am)


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Psalm Tone #27 Ps. 85:9-10. 11-12, 13-14

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Dm Dm/C B'm7(bs ) 6ADD9

1. I will hear what God pro - claims; the Lord for he proclaims
2. Kindness and shall meetl
truth
- peace shall
justice and
3. The Lord himself will give his benefits; our land shall yield its in -
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1. Near indeed is his salvation to those who fear him, glory dwelling in our
2. Truth shall spring out of the earth, and justice shall look down from heaven.
3. Justice shall walk be - fore him, and prepare the way of his steps.
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118
FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 105-1

Turn to the Lord in your need, and you will live.

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(Am) (c/c) (F)


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I pray to you, O for the time of your fa - vor, O Godl


I am afflicted and in let your saving help, O God, pro- tect me.
"See, you lowly ones, and be you who seek God, may your hearts re - vive!
For God will save and rebuild the cit - ies of Judah.
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(Am7) (C/G) (csus4) (G)


Dm7 PIC CSUS4 C

l. I In vour sreat kindness answer me with your con - stant help.


I e.rr*.r"rn., O Lord, for bounteous is your kindness: in your great mercy turn toward me.
2. I will praise the name of God in song, and I will glorify him with thanks - giv -
3. For the Lord hears the poor, and his own who are in bonds he spurns
4. The descendants ofhis servants shall inherit it, and those who love his name shall in - habit

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119
105.2 FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Your words, O Lord, are Spir - it and life.

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Psalm Tone #8 Ps. 19:8,9, 10, 11

Am

1. The law of the Lono is perfect, refresh - the soul;


2. The precepts of the Lono are right, rejoic - the heart;
3. The fear of the Lono is pure, endur - for - ever;
4. They are more pre - cious than gold, than a heap of est gold;
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1. The decree of the Lono to the sim - ple.
2. The command of the Lono clear, ing the eye.
3. The ordinances of the Lonp true, of them just.
4. Sweeter al - sol syrup or honey from the comb.

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120
SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / A 106

Lord, you are good and for - giv - ing.

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Psalm Tone #8 Ps.86:5-6,9-10, 15-16

(Em) (Em/D) (Cm6 j71


Gm Gm/F Ehmal7

You, O Lord, are good and for glvmg, abounding in kindness to all who call up- on you
A11the nations you have made shall come and worship you, O Lord, and glori - fy your name.
You, O Lord, are a God merci - ful and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in kindness and fi - delity.

(Em) (Em/D) (Am/C) (D)


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Hearken, O Lord, to my prayer and attend to the sound of my plead - ing.
For you are great, and you do won - drous deeds; youa- lone are God.
Tum toward me. and have pit - y on me; give your strength to your ser - vant.

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107 SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

The Lord IS my shep - herd; there is noth - ing I shall want.

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Ps. 23:1-3, 3-4,5,6

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1. The Lono is my shepherd; I shall not want. In verdant pastures he gives me re- pose
2. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake
3. You spread the ta - ble be fore me in the sight of my foes
4. Only goodness and kind- ness follow me all the days of my life;
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l. Beside restful wa - ters he leads me; he refresh - CS my soul.


2. J Even though t walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side
I wlttr your rod and your staff that give me cour - age
3. You anoint my head with my cup o- ver flows.
4. And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
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SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 108

He who does jus - tice will live m the pres- ence of the Lord.

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Psalm Tone #29 Ps. 15:2-3, 3-4,4-5

GlD D

1. One who walks blamelessly and does justice; who thinks the truth in his heart
2. Who harms not his fel - low man, nor takes up a reproach against his neighbor;
3. Who lends not his mon - ey at usury and accepts no bribe against the innocent.
Iol- e

Dmaj 7 FmajT

1. t and slanders not with his tongue.


2. By whom the reprobate is de - spised, while he honors those who fear the Lord.
3. One who does these things shall be ' dis - turbed.
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109 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Capo 5: (C ) (Fmaj7)
F Bhmaj /

Psalm Tone #12 Ps. 1 19:57, 72, 76-77, 127-128, 129-130

(c) (F/C) (Fm/C) (c)


F Bt/F Bhr/F F

1. I have said, O Lord, that my part keep your words.


2. Let your kindness com - fort me according to your promise to your servants.
3. For I love your com-mands more than gold. how - ev-er fine.
4. Wonderful are your de - crees; therefore I ob- serve them.
lol o bror e

(B 7 susl) (B7) (Em) (D7) (G)


p7SUS4 p7 Am c7 C

The law of your mouth is to me more preclous than thousands of gold and .sil - ver pleces.
Let your compassion come to me that I may live, for your law is my de- light.
For in all your precepts I go forward; every false way I hate.
The revelation of your words sheds light, giving understanding to the simple.

lot lol- e lal e


L-

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SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY TN ORDINARY TIME / B 110

The hand of the Lord feeds us; he an - swers all our needs.

Dm AlE Dm/F G B[majz Am7 pSUS4 Dm

a I
t- nr 7 \r:. I lr:-? I f=P
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Psalm Tone #26 Ps. 145:10-11, 15-16, 17-18

1. Let all your works give you thanks, O Lord, and let your bless you.
2. The eyes ofall look hopeful - ly to you, and you give them their food season;
3. The Lord is iust in all his ways and works.

them discoune of the glory of your kingdom and speak


You o- pen your hand and satisfu the desirc ofevery
The Lord is near to all who call up - on him, to all who call upon

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111 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Psalm Tone #8

Am

1. I wil give thanks to you, O t-ord with all my heart. for you have heard the words of my mouth;
2. Becauseofyourkindness and your trutht for you have made great above all things your name and your promise.
3. The[-ordisexalted,yetthelow- ly he sees, and ttre proud he knows
right hand saves me. The t-ord will compiete what he has done forme;
e- e

Am/G

e
f . in the p,resence of the angels I will sing your praise; I willwonhipatyourholytempleandgivettranks to your name.
2. When I called you answered me; you built up
3. Thoughlwalkamiddistress, you me;
pre- serve againsttheangerofmyenemiesyou raise your hand.
4. Yourkindness,Ol-ord,en- dures fbr- ever; fonakenotthework of vour hands

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126
EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A I12

hand of the Lord feeds us; he an - swers all our needs.

Dm AIE Dm/F G Bbmaj / Ami pSUS4 Dm

Psalm Tone #26 Ps. 115:8-9, 15-16. 17-18

l. The Lord is gra - cious and merciful, slow to anger and of great kindness.
2. The eyes of all look hopeful - ly to you, and you give them their food in due season;
3. The Lord is just in all his ways and holy in all his works.
e jo+

The Lord is good to all and com - passionate toward


You o- pen your hand and satisff thedesireofevery
The Lord is near to all who call up- on him, to all who call upon

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113 EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

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Lord them bread heav

Capo 4: (C/E) (F6) (F/G) (c)


E/Gf 46 A/B E

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Psalm Tone #20 Ps. 78:3-4, 23-24, 25, 54

(c) (c/B) (Am) (C/G)


E E/D* cf- E/B

1. What we have heard and know, and what our fathers have de - clared to us,
2. He commanded the skies a bove and opened the doors of heaven;
-1- Man ate the bread of angels, lood he sent them in a - bundance.
l€Hot a e

(CIE) (Dme) (F/G) (G)


act lib.
E/G# Ff*e A/B B

e
1. We will declare to the genera - tion to come J the glorious deeds of the Lord and his strength
I and the wonders that he wrought.
2. He rained manna upon them for food and gave them heav - en ly bread.
-l- And he brought them to his ho- ly land, to the mountains his right hand had won.

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EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C II4

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If to - day you hear his voice, hard-en not your hearts.

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Capo4: (C) (G/C) (F/C) (C) (F) (Dml) (Dm/G) (F/C) (C)
E BIE An E A Ff"r7 Ffm/B A/E E

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Psalm Tone #15 Ps.95:3-4,5-6, l2-13, 14, 17

1. You tum man back to dust, "Retum, O children of


2. You make an end of them in their sleep; the next moming they are like the changing
3. Teach us to number our days a - right, that we may gain wisdom of
4. Fill us at daybreak with your kindness. thal we mav shout forjoy and gladness all our
lol-

(C/G) (D/Ft)
ElB F*/A#

l. Forathousandyears
I areas yesterday, now that it is past. I
as a
lo. but by watch of the night. I
2. Which at dawn springs evening wilts
fades.and
3. Retum. O Lordl How Iongl Have pity on your servantsl
4. And may the gracious care of the Lord our God be ours; I prosper the work of our hands for
usl I
i nosp"r the work of our
handsl I

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115 NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

\1/
Lord, let US SEE your kind NESS, and grant US your sal va - tion.

Capo 5: (Am) (G/B) (c) (D) (F,maj7) (Em7) (Dr/A) (Am)


Dm CIE F G Bhmaj 7 Am7 Gm/D Dm

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Psalm Tone #27 Ps. 85:9-10, 11-12, 13-14

(DADDe)
6ADD9

1. I will hear what God pro - claims; the Lord for he proclaims peace.
2. Kindness and shall meet:
truth - peace shall
justice and kiss.
3. The Lord himself will give his benefits; our land shall yield its in - crease
lollol a

(Am/G) (F$rP t o: 4 (DADDe)


Dm/C l6/{n) 1
6ADD9

1. Near indeed is his salvation to who fear him, glory dwelling in our
2. Truth shall spring out the earth, and justice shall look down from heaven.
3. Justice shall be- fore him, and prepare the way of his steps.
lollol a

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130
NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B IL6

Taste and see the good NCSS of the Lord.

Capo 5: (D) (c6) (G/B) (G/A) (D)


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Psalm Tone #3

(EmiD)
Am/G

1. I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ever in my mouth.
2. Glorify the Lord with me, let us together extol his name.
3. Look to him that you may be radiant with joy, and your faces may not blush with shame.
4. The angel of the Lord em - camps around those who fear him and de - livers them.
lot e lel

(cmrs[) (Eglcil ) (Em/G)(A)


CrnlBb' A9/C# Am/C D

lof
1. Let my soul glory in the lowly will hear me and be glad.
2. I sought the Lord, and he an-swered me and delivered me from all my fears.
3. When the afflicted man called out, the Lord heard, and from all his dis - tress he saved him.
4. Taste and see how good the Lord is; blessed the man who takes ref +-rge in him.

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131
II7 NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Bless ed the peo-ple the Lord has cho - sen to be his own.

Capo 3: (C,) (Dm7) (q/E) rs[r (F/A) (F/G) (c)


Eh Fm7 EbIG Di AbIC At/Bh Eh

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Ps. 33:1, 12, 18-19,20-22

(C/B) (Am) (C/G)


F,bID Cm Bbreb

1. Exult, you just, ln the Lord: praise from the upright is fit
2. See, the eyes ofthe Lonp are upon those who fear him. upon those who hope for his kind NESS,
3. Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield.
jollol & e'e

(Fpaj 7l (C/E ) (Dmet (F/G) (G)


Abmai t E'IG FM9 Nnb Bt

Blessed the nation whose God the Lord, the people he has chosen for his own ln - heri - tance.
To deliver from death and preserve them in spite of fam - ine.
May your kindness, O Lono, up- on us who have put our hope in you.
lol

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TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 118

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

O God, let all the na - tions youl

A/G Em7 Bm7 D

Psalm Tone #20 Ps. 67:2-j,5,6, 8

D DIA

1. May God have pity on US may he let his face shine up - on us.
2. May the nations be glad and because you rule the peoples in eq-ui-ty;
3. May the peoples praise you, may all the peoples praise youl
lollol o-o

Em/A A

l. So may your way be known


o
among all nations, your vation.
2. 1 the nations on the earth guide.
3. May bless us, and may all the ends of the earth fear himl

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II9 TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

see good of the

(c6) (G/B) (G/A) (D)


F6 CIE ClD G

Psalm Tone #3 Ps. 34:2-3, 4-5, 6-7

(Em/D) (Cma17) (G/B)


Am/G Fmaj7 C/E

e
l. I will bless the Lono at tlmes; his praise shall be ever in my mouth.
2. Glorify the Lono me, let us together extol his name.
3. Look to him that you may be radiant jov, and your faces may not blush with shame.
lot e

tGm/Bbt rEe/G{.;
Cm/Eb A9lC#

Let my soul glory in the Lono; the lowly will hear me and be glad.
I sought the Lono, and he an-swered me and delivered me from all my fears.
When the poor one called out, the Lono heard, and from all his dis - tress he saved him.

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TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C I2O

Lord, come to my aid, Lord, come to my aidl

' 2:(c)
Capo (c/B) (Am7) (En/c) (Fmaie) (Dm7/G) (BbADDe) (C)
D A/C# Bm7 F$ro/A Gmale Em7/A CADDe D

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Psalm Tone #1 5 Ps.40:2,3,4, 18

1. I have waited, waited for the Lord,


2. The Lord heard my cry. He drew my out of the pit of de - -l
struction,
3. And he put a new song into my mouth, a hymn to our God.
4. Though I am afflicted and poor, yet the Lord thinks of me.

(Drt)
E/Gil

Iot
1. I and he stooped toward me.
2. out of the mud of set my feet up - a crag:
I
{'" he made firm my steps. I
3. Many shall look on and trust the Lord. '
4. You are my help and my omy God, not back!

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I2I. TWENTY.FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Lord, your love ise-ter nal; do not for- sake the work ofyourhands.

D D/Ff A Bm Em7 D/F# GmaiT 4z D

rt
r \-r v f ?C7 e
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I

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Psalm Tone #19 Ps. 138:1-2,2-3,6,8

1. I will give thanks to you, O Lord, with all my heart, of my mouth;


for you have heard the words
2. I will give thanks to your name, becauseofyourkindness and your truth:
3. The Lord is exalted, yet the low - ly he sees, and the proud he knows from a - far.
e

A/G 6ADD9

l in the presence of the angels I will smg your prarse; I will worship at your ho - ly temple.
2. When I called, you answered me; you built up strength with- in me.
3. Your kindness, O Lord, en - dures for - ever; forsake not the work of your hands.

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TWENTY.FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B L22

Taste and see the good ness of the Lord.

Capo 5:(D) (c6) (GiB) (G/A) (D)


G F6 CIE ClD G

ol
I "rr r rr rr r
r-l Ir tl ) I I I

(e' P)
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Psalm Tone #3 Ps. 34:2-3, 16-17, 18-19, 20-21, 22-23

(Em/D) (G/B)
Am/G CIE

1. I will bless the Lord at all trmes; his praise shall be ever ln my
2. The Lordhas eyes for the just, and ears for their
3. When the just cry out, the Lord hears them, and from all their distress he
4. Many are the troubles of the just one, but out of them all the Lord de-
lot e lol-

(Gn/Bt) (D/A) (EelG[ ) (En/G)


Cm/Eb GID Ae/c# Am/C

i. Let my soul glory in the Lord; the lowly will hear me and be glad.
2. The Lord confronts the e - vil - do - ers, to destroy remembrance of them from the earth.
3. The Lord is close to the bro - ken - heart - ed; and those who are crushed in spir - it he saves.
4. He watches over all not one ofthem shall be bro - ken.

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I23 TWENTY.FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C
An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Go all world tell the Good News.

Capo 3: (D) (D/c#) (Bm) (pre) (cADDe) (A7) (D)


F FlE Dm F/C gfADDe c'7 F

a
a)
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l ) l l.l I )

Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 117:1,2

(D/F#) (Em7) (F6) (GADD9)


F/A Gm7 Ab6 gtADll

Praise the Lord, all you glorify him, all you peoplesl
For steadfast is his kind - ness and the fidelity of the Lord endures for ever.
Le

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TWENTY.SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A I24

7t
My soul is thirst- ing for you, O Lord, thirst- ing for you my God.

' l: (A)
Capo (D) (F+rn) (Chn7) (Bm7) (E) 1,\SUSa1 (A)
Bh Eb C- Dm7 Cm7 F Bpsus4 Bt

ul-r' l'r rl f I
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Psalm Tone #24 Ps. 63:2, j-4,5-6, 8-9

(Qmaj 7)
Ebmaj/

e
1. O God, you are my God whom I seek; for you my flesh pines and mv soul thirsts
2. Thus have I gazed toward you in the sanctuary to see your power and vour glory,
3. Thus will I bless you while I live; lifting up my hands, I will call up - on vour name.
4. You are my help, and in the shadow of your wings I shout for iov.

(F,maj 7 t (Am7)
Gbmai 7 BLmT

Iot
like the earth. parched, lifeless and with - out water.
For your kindness is a greater good than life; my lips shall glo ri fy you.
As with the riches of a banquet shall my soul be satisfied, and with ex - ultant lips my mouth shall praise you
My soul clings you; your right hand up - holds me.

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125 TWENTY.SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

One who does jus - tice will live 1n the pres- ence of the Lord.

D Em/D Dmaj7 D7 SUS4 GmaiT AD

a)
t i-1 r l- r
l l,l h) l I

Psalm Tone #29 Ps. 15:2-3,3-4,5

l. Whoever walks blamelessly and does justice; who thinks the truth in
2. Who harms not his - low
fel man, nor takes up a reproach against
3. Who lends not his mon - ey at usury and accepts no bribe against
lot e

1. t and not with his tongue.


2. By whom the reprobate is de - spised, while he honors those who fear the Lord.
3. Whoever does these things shall never be dis - turbed.
lol e +,ot o.

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TWENTY.SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 126

God, 1n your good - have made a home for the

.Am) (q) 1pADD91 ) (Em7) (F ) (G7)


Cm Bb 4[aooo Gm7 At Bb7

Psalm Tone #5 Ps.68:4-5,6-7, 10-11

(q/B) 1p,ADDe741 (c)


BblD AbADDe/C Eb.

l The just rejoice and exult before theyaregladand re - joice.


2. The father of orphans and the defender of is God in his ho - ly dwelling.
3. A bountiful rain you showered down, O God, upon your in - heritance; you restored the land when it languished;

(Am) (Em/G) (Fmai7) 16sus+,1 16.1


Cm cm/Bh Abmdlz g[sus+ Rb

e
1. Sing to God, chant praise to his name; whose name is the Lord.
2. God gives a home to the for- saken; he leads forth prisoners to pros- per -
3. Your flock set- rled in itl in your goodness, O God, you provided it for the need -

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I27 TWENTY.THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

+ - \--l
If to - day you hear his vo1ce, hard- en not your hearts.

Capo2: (D) (A/D) (G/D) (D) (c) (Em7) (En/A) (GiD) (D)
E B/E AIE E A Ff*7 F#rn/B AlE E

t r rt l'r l' r r'- 'tr


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Psalm Tone #15

1. Come, let us sing joyfully to the Lono; let us acclaim the Rock of our sal - vation.
2. Come, lel us bow down in worship; let us kneel before the Lono who made us.
3. Oh, that today you would hear his voice: "Harden not your hearts as at Meribah.

(Bm) (E/Gt)
chn FilA#

1. Let us come into his presence with thanks- giving; let us joyfully sing psalms to him.
2. For he is our God, and we are the people he shepherds, the flock he guides.
3. as in the day of Massah in the desert, Where your fathers tempted me; they tested
me though they had seen myworks."

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TWENTY.THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B I28

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Praise the Lord, my soul! Praise the Lord!

Capo 2: (D) (c) (cADDe/B) (G/A) (D)


E D AADDe/C# A/B E

a)
'r l' t r r
)-l _-l l ,.1 I i

Psalm Tone #15

1. The God of Jacob keeps faith for - secures justice for the op - pressed,
2. The Lord gives sight to the the Lord raises up those who were bowed down.
3. The fatherless and the widow the Lord sus - but the way of the wicked he thwarts.
lol

(Bm) (D/A) (E/Gfi) (GADDe)(A)


C*rn E/B FilAfi 4ADD9 B

l. gives food to the hungry. The sets


Lord cap - tives
2. The Lord loves the just; The Lord pro - tects
3. The Lord shall reign for - ever; yourGod,O Zion, through all generations. Al - le

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I29 TWENTY.THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

age, O Lord, you have been our ref uge.

(Bbmajr) (Bt) (Dm)


Cmaj / C Em

Psalm Tone #10 Ps.90:3-4,5-6, 12-13, 14, 17

1p-zrls )/D) (Edim/D) (Dm)


Ffrrn7 r hs r1g F#dim/E Em

e
1. You tum man back to dust, saying, "Retum, O chil - dren of men."
2. You make an end of them in their sleep; the next moming they are like the ing grass,
chang-
3. Teach us to number our days a - right, that we may gain wis - dom of heart.
4. Fill us at daybreak with your kindness, that we may shout for joy and gladness all our days.

(cmoreb ) (Dn/A) (Gm6)


Am6/C Em/B Am6

l. For a thousand years in your


, are as yesterday. now that rs past. t
I or as a watch the night. /
2. Which at dawn springs up a - but by evening and fades.
3. Return, O Lordl How Have pity your servants!
4. And may the gracious care of the Lord our God be I prosper the work of our for usl t
i P.ospe. the work our handsl I
]ol
'tet lei

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TWENTY.FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME I A 130

e'
The Lord is kind and mer- ci- ful, slow to an - ger, and rich in com-pas sion.

Capo 2: (D) (c) (A) (G) (D/F#) (Em7) (A7) (D)


E DB A E/G# Ffin 7 g7 E

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Psalm Tone #12 Ps. 103:l-2,3-1,9-10, I l-12

(G/D) (Gm/D)
AlE Am/E

1. Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all my being, bless his ho - ly name.
2. He pardons all your in- iquities, heals all your ills.
3. He will not al - ways chide, nor does he keep his wrath for - ever.
4. For as the heavens are high a - bove the earth, so surpassing is his kindness toward those who fear him.
e

1 6fi2 susl .y
(ct7) (Ftrn)
D#7 sus4 D*7 Gfttn

Lord. O my soul, and for - get not all his benefits.


2. He redeems your life from de struction, he crowns you with kindness and com- passion.
3. Not according to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he requite us ac - cording to our crimes.
4. As far as the east is from the west, so farhas he put ourtrans - gres - sions from us.

loi o

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131 TWENTY.FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

{C>
I will walk be - fore the Lord, in the land of the liv - ing.

C Dm7 CIE FmajT CIG G7(4-3) C

d1. rr I
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Psalm Tone #1 Ps. I I6: l-2,3-4,5-6, 8-9

Am

1. I love the Lord because he has heard pli - cation,


2. The cords of death en - compassed me; the snares of the netherworld seized up - on me;
3. Gracious is the Lord and just; yes, our God is merciful.
4. For he has freed my soul from death, my eyes from tears, my feet from stumbling.

1. Because he has inclined his ear to me the day I called.


2. Ifell into distress and soITow, I And I called upon rhe name of the Lord, I
| "o Lord, save my lifel" I
3. The Lord keeps the little ones; I was brought low, and he saved me.
4. I shall walk before the Lord in the land of the living.

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TWENTY.FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME I C I32

rise and go to my fa

Dm Bbmait Am7 Gm7

).1

Psalm Tone #20 Ps.51:3-4, 12-13, 17, 19

l. Have mercy on me, O God, your goodness; in the greatness of your compassion wipe out my of - fense.
2. A clean heart create for O God, and a steadfast spirit renew with - in me.
3. Olord,o- my lips, and my mouth shall proclaim your praise.
lollol o

1. Thorougtrly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me.


2. Cast me not out from your presence, and your Holy Spirit take not from me.
3. My sacriflce, O God, is a con- trite spirit; a heart confrite and humbled, O God, you will not spum.
loi

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133 TWENTY.FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

The Lord is all who call on

GmADD9 Bbma;z Am7

Psalm Tone #30

l. Every day I bless you, and I praise your name lorev - and ever.
2. The Lord is gra - and merciful, slow anger and great kindness.
3. The Lord is just in his ways holy in his works.

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Great is the Lord and highly to be praised; un- searchable.
The Lord is good to all and compassionate toward all his works.
The Lord is near to all who call up - on him, to all who call upon him in truth.

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TWENTY.FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B I34

The Lord up - holds my life.

Capo 5: (G) (Dm/Fl (Esus1) (E)


C GM/Bb ASUS4 A

rq?frf
a.)

l' [- I

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Psalm Tone #21 Ps. 54:3-4,5,6-8

(Dm6/A) (Dm6/A)
Gm6/D Gm6/D

1. O God, by your name save me. and by your might defend


2. For the haughty men have risen up a - gainst me, the ruthless seek
3. Behold, God is my helper; the Lord sustains

(Em/G) (Fmaj7) (Dm)


Am/C Bhmaj / Gm

e
1. o God, hear my prayer; hearken to the words of my mouth.
2. t- l they set not God before their eyes.
3. Freely will I offer you sacrifice; I will praise your name, O Lord, for its goodness.

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135 TWENTY.FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Praise the Lord, praise the Lord who lifts up the poor.

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Capo 2: (G) (D/Ff) (Em) (A) (Gmajl) (CA??e) (D)
A E/Gii Ffm B AmaiT PADDe E

a)
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Psalm Tone #25 Ps. 113:1-2,4-6,7-8

(Ftrn)
c*rn

1. Praise, you servants ofthe Lord, praise the name of Lord.


2. High above all nations is the Lord; above the heavens is g1ory.
3. He raises up the lowly from the dust; from the dunghill he lifts up poor
e

(Bm) (D/A) (GADDe)


ctm E/B 4ADD9

1. Blessed be the name of the Lord both now


2. Who is like the t ord, our God, who is enthroned on high and looks upon the heavens and the earth be - low l
3. To seat them with the princes of his own people.
lol

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TWENTY.SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 136

mem ber your mer -

Capo2: (GSUSI) (c) (F) (GADDe)


4SUS4 A G 4ADD9

Psalm Tone #17 Ps. 25:4-5,6-7, 8-9

(Em) (Ame) (D7) (Gmajl )


Ffm Bm9 p7 Amaj /

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1. Your ways, O Lono, make me;
known to teach me your paths,
2. Remember that your compassion, O Lono, and your love are from of old.
3. Good and upright is the Lono; thus he shows sinners the way.

(Am) (Am/G) (Fmaju )


Bm Bm/A GmajT

1. Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my savlor.
2. The sins of my youth and my frail - ties re - member not: j in your kindness re - member me. I
I because of your goodness. O Lono. I
3. He guides the hum - ble to justice, and teaches the humble his way.
a

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I37 TWENTY.SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

The pre - cepts of the Lord give joy to the heart.

Capo^ 3: (Em) (Qmaj7) (Aml) (Bml) (r1u1+1 (Em)


Gm Ebmalz Cm7 Dm7 GSUS4 Gm

a)
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Psalm Tone #9 Ps. 19:8, 10, 12-13, 14

(G) (Bm7) (c) (Em)


B' Dm7 Eb Gm

1. The law of the Lono per - fect, refresh - ing the


2. The fear of the Lono pure, endur - ing for
3. Though your servant care - ful of them, very dili - gent in
4. From wanton sin especially, restrain ser - vant; let it not rule
e'

(Am) (Em/Gl tFmaj4 (D)


Cm Gm/Bb Abmaj I F

The decree of the Lono trustworthy, giving wisdom to the simple.


The ordinances of the Lono true, all of them just.
Yet who can de- failings J Cleanse me from my un - known faultsl
Then shall I be blame - less innocent of seri - ous sin.
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TWENTY.SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 138

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Praise the Lord, my soull Praise the Lordl

Capo 2: (D) (c) (cADDe/B) (G/A) (D)


E D AADDe/Cfi A/B E

r,- C
a.)
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Psalm Tone #15

l. Blessed is he who keeps faith for - secures justice for the op - pressed,
2. The Lono gives sight to the The Lono raises up those who were bowed down;
3. The fatherless and the widow he sus - but the way of the wicked he thwarts.
lol-

(Bm) (D/A) (E/G[) (A)


(GADDe)
cFn E/B FilAI 4ADD9 B

1. gives food to the hungry. The LORD SetS


2. The Lono loves the just. The Lono
3. The Lono shall reign for - ever; your God, O Zion, through all generations.

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I39 TWENTY.SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Psalm Tone #30 Ps. 80:9, 12, 13-14, 15-16. 19-20

l. AvinefromEgypt you trans-planted; you drove away the na - tions and planted it.
2. Why have you broken down its walls, so that every passer-by plucks its fruit,
3. Once again, O Lom of hosts, Iook down from heav - en, and see;
4. Then we will no more with - draw from you; us new life, and we will call up - on your name.

GmajT F#*7

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1. It put forth its foliage to Sea, its shoots as far as the River.
2. The boar from the forest lays waste, and the beasts of the field feed up- on itl
3. Take care of vine,
I and protect what your right hand has planted
I the son of man whom you yourself made strong.
4. O Lono, God of hosts, store us; if your face shine upon us, then we shall be saved.

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TWENTY.SEVENTH SUNDAY TN ORDINARY TIME / B 1,40

May the Lord bless and pro - tect us all the days of our lives.

A E,IA, D/A EIA Bm7 E D A

a)
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Psalm Tone #9 Ps. 128:1-2,3,4-5,6

A Ffm

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1. Blessed are you who fear the Lono. who walk in his waysl
2. Your wife shall be like a fruit - ful vine in the
th recesses of your home;
3. Behold. thus is the man blessed who fears the Lono. The Lono bless you from Zion:
4. May you see your chil - dren's t I

l. For you shall eat the fruit of your handiwork; blessed shall you be, and
2. Your chil - dren like olive plants around your
3. may you see the prosperity of Je - rusalem all the days of your
4. 1 Peace be up - on

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I4I TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

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If to - day you hear his voice, hard- en not your hearts.

capo2: (D) (A/D) (c/D) (D) (G) (Em7) (Em/A) (G/D) (D)
, E B/E A/E E A Ffim7 Film/B AtE E

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Psalm Tone #15

(D)
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Come, let us sing joyfully to the let us acclaim the Rock of our sal -
Come. let us bow down in let us kneel before the Lono who
Oh, that today you would hear his "Harden not your hearts as at

(Bm) (D/A) (E/Gt)


Ctrn ElB FilA#

Let us come into his presence with thanks-giving; let us joyfully sing psalms to him.
For he is our God, and we are the people he shepherds, the flock he guides.
as in the day of Massah in the desert, Where your fathers tempted me; they tested
ne though they had seen myworks."

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TWENTY.EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A I42

in the house of the Lord the days of my

(F) (Em7) (F/G)


A GF"7 A/B

Psalm Tone #2 Ps. 23:1-3, 3-4, 5, 6

(Am) ( FADDe )
Cfrn ,r ADD9

The Lono is my shepherd; I shall not want. In verdant pastures he gives me re - pose;
He guides me in right paths for his name's sake.
You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes;
Only goodness and kind- ness follow me all the davs of my life;
lel-

(Dm7) (F/G)
F$rn7 A/B

Beside restful wa - ters he leads me: he refresh - CS my


f Even though I walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side I
\ witn your rod and your that give me cour - age.,
You anoint my head with my cup o- ver - flows.
And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
lot e-lel

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I43 TWENTY.EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

Fill US with your love, o Lord, and we will sing for jovl

Capo 2: (C ) (G/C) (F/C) (Dm7lG) (G) (c)


D A/D G/D EmTlA A D

I
I
r ri r I'
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I

J] _l

Psalm Tone #22 Ps. 90: 12- 13, 14-15, 16-1 7

(c) (G) (F) (c)


D AG D

Teach us to number our days a - right, that we may gain wis - dom heart.
Fill us at daybreak with your kindness, that we may shout for joy and gladness all days.
Let your work be seen by your servants and Your glory by children;

(E7 sus 1) (Am) (D7lFf )


pi,l7 SUS.I
Bm EIIGf"

Retum. O Lonol How long'/ Have pity on your servantsl


Make us glad, for the days whenyou af - flict - ed us, for the years when we saw evil.
And may the gracious care of the Lord our God be ours: prosper the work of our hands for usl I
Prosper the work of our handsl I
lol-

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TWENTY.EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C I44

The Lord has re ,- vealed to the na tlol 1S his sav - mg pow r, his sav ing pow'r

Capo 3: (q) (G/B) (Am7) (D) (G (Em) (D) (C) (Am7)(Am7/D)(G)


Eb Bt/D Cm1 F B Gm F Et Cm7 Cm7/F Bt

a) u -
r-Lr r t l-.t--
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(l I -a la- e e

Psalm Tone #16 Ps. 98:1,2-3, 3-4

(CADDe/E) (G/D)
gfaoooT6 BbtF

1(,t o'---
1. Sing to the Lono a new song. for he has done won - drous deeds;
2. The Lono has made his sal - va- tion known: in the sight of the nations he has revealed his jus - tice.
3. All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation by our God.

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1. His right hand has won vic - t'ry for him. aIIn.
2. He has remembered his kindness and his faithfulness Israel.
3. Sing joyfully to the LoRD, all you lands: praise.

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I45 TWENTY.NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

Psalm Tone #29

1. Sing to the Lono new song; sing to the Lono, all you lands.
2. For great is the Lono and highly be praised; awesome is he, beyond al1 gods.
3. Give to the Lono, you fami - of nations, give to the Lono glory and praise;
4. Worship the Lono, in ho - at tire; tremble before him, all the earth;
lol- e

1. Tellhisglorya- mong the nations; a- mong all peoples, his won - drous deeds.
2. For all the gods of the nations are of nought,
things but the Lono made the heavens.
3. give to the Lonn the glory due his namel Bring gifts, and en - ter his courts.
4. Say among the nations: The Lono is king, he governs the peo - ples with equity.
lol e lot a_.

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TWENTY.NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B L46

Lord, let your mer- cy be on uS, as we place our trust in you.

Capo8:(Bm) (Bm/A) (q) (D/F#) (Em7r (FhT7) (G) (A) (Bm)


Gm Gm/F Eb Bb/D Cm7 Dm7 Eb F Gm

a) tu
It 7aC
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Psalm Tone #24

(Cmai7) (G)
Ahmalr Et

1. Upright is the word of the and all his works are trustworthy.
2. See, the eyes of the Lono are upon those who fear him, upon those who hope for his kindness
3. Our soul waits for the who is our help and our shield.

( BfmaiT t
GbmajT

IoI Iol e'


1. He loves justice and of the kindness of the Lono the earth is full.
2. To de liver them from - serve them in
and pre offamine.
3. May your kindness. O Lono, be up - who have put our in you.

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147 TWENTY.NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

Our help is from the Lord, who made heav en and earth.

Capo 4: (C) (Dn/C) (Fmaj 7) (c) (c)


E Fftn/E Amaj / BE

a)
t r t' r
r
) I l I I

Psalm Tone #25

(Em)
Gilrn

1. I lift up my eyes toward the mountarns; whence shall help come to me'l
2. May he not suffer your foot to slip; may he slumber not who guards you:
3. The Lonois your guardian; the Lono is your shade; he is beside you at your right hand.
4. The Lono will guard you from all evil; he will guard your life.
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(C/G) (FADDe)
EIB AADDe

1. My help is from the Lono, who made heav - en and earth.


2. Indeed he neither slumbers nor sleeps, the guardian of Is-ra-el.
3. The sun shall not harm you by day, nor the moon by night.
4. The Lono will guard your coming and your going, both now and for - ever.

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THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A 148

I love you, Lord, my strength, my strength.

Capo4: (Dm) (C) (Gm7) (BbmaiT) (Dm)


, Ffrn E Bm7 Dmaj7 FFn

a)
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Psalm Tone #10 Ps. 18:2-3,3-4,47,51

(Dm) (Em/(15 )/D) (Edim/D) (Dm)


Ftrn Gflrnzrbs t6X Gildim/Fil Ffm

1. I love you, O Lono, my strength, O Lono, my rock, my fortress, my de-


2. The Lono lives and blessed be my rock I Extolled be God my
lo1

(cmom[) (Dn/A) (Gm6)


Bm6/D Ffrn/c# Bm6

I. I My God. my rock of refuge, my shield, the hom of my salva - tion. my strongholdlI


t Praised be the Lono, I ex - claim, and I am safe from my enemies. I
2. You who gave great victories to your king and showed kindness to your a - nointed.

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e lot
is

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I49 THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

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The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy.

Capo3: (A) (D) (Em) (D/F#) (Gmaj7) (A7) (G) (D)


C F Gm F/A Bbmiit Ci Bb F

a) -l
ar rrt' ir lr' tl"r e'

).- ) ) l
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Psalm Tone #13

(D/Ff ) (Em7) (G/A)


FIA Gm7 BrC

l. When the Lono brought back the cap - tives of Zion, we were like men dreaming.
2. Then they said a - mong the nations, "The Lono has done great things for them."
3. Restore our for - tunes, O Lono, like the torrents in the south - em desert.
4. Although they go forth weeping, carrying the seed to be sown,
o

(D/Ff ) (c6) (E/c#)


F/A Bb6 G/B

1. Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with re Jolcmg.
2. The Lono has done great things for US; glad in deed-
3. Those that sow in tears reap re joicing.
4. They shall come back re - joicing, ing their sheaves.

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THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 150

Capo 5: ( Bm) (Fhnr)


Em Bm/

Psalm Tone #3

(D) (Em/D) (Cmaj 7 I (G/B)


G Am/G FmajT ClE

e
1. I will bless the Lono at times; his praise shall be ever in my mouth.
2. The Lono confronts evildoers, to destroy remembrance of them from the ear1h.
3. The Lono is close to brokenhearted; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves-
lal e 10I

(Gm/Bb) (D/A) (EelGil (


) Err/G )
Cm/Eb G/D Ae/c# Am/C

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Let my soul glory in the Lord: the lowly will hear me and be glad.
When the just cry out, the Lono hears them, and from all their dis - tress he rescues them.
The Lonr redeems the lives of his ser - vants; no one incurs guilt who takes ref - uge in him.

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151 THIRTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

In you, O Lord, I have found my peace.

Capo3: (Am) (Am/G) (F,) (G7) (CADDe) (C)


Cm Cn/Bt At Bbz EpADDq Eb

d v-, alp- - I E- :flt


t) 1-) r r t) t)l
rl ).- -l I
al I

,ll

Psalm Tone #6 Ps. 131:1,2,3

(Am) (c/G) (F ) (c)


'EI
Cm r,bnb At

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O Lono, my heart is not proud, nor are my haughty;
Nay rather, I have stilled and quieted my soul like weaned child.
O Israel, hope in the Lono, t- l

(Am7) (c/G) (F ) (c7sus4) (G7)


Cm7 elnb At gfzsusl gbt

busy not myself with great things, nor with things too sub - lime for me.
ike a weaned child on its mother's lap, so is my soul with- in
_l both now and for - ev

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THIRTY.FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 152

I love you, Lord, my strength, my strength.

Capo4:(Dm) (C) (Gm7) (BbmaiT) (Dm)


,, .rr F#rn E Bm7 Dmajz F#*

a
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't il )

-l )e' I I l-
)l.l 7

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Psalm Tone #10 Ps. l8:2-3, 3-4,47,51

(Dm)
_)_
(Emi r15 )/D) (Edim/D) (Dm)
Ffm Gfrnzrns ITPX Gildimnf Ffrn

1. I I love you, O Lono, my strength, O Lono, my rock, my fortress, my de - liverer. I(


I My God. my rock of refuge, my shield, the horn of my salva - tion, my stronghold! |
2. The Lono livesl And blessed be my rockl Extolled be God my savior.
lol e

(cmoieb) (Gm6)
Bm6/D Bm6

1. Praised be the Lono, I ex - claim, and I am safe from enemles.


2. You who gave great victories to your king and showed kindness to your nointed.
ffi "a
e lol
fra

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153 THIRTY.FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

I will praise your name for ev - er, my king and my God.

F GtF ClE Am Dm7 Dm;6 3fieono C

a)

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r'- r
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1) I = I
d'
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CtBb FADDe/A CIG

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I will extol you, O my God and King, and I will bless your name forever and ev - er.
The Lono is gra - cious and merciful, slow to anger and of great kind - ness.
Let all your works give you thanks, O Lono, and let your faithful ones bless you.
The Lono is faithful in all his words and holy in all his works.

_t_ 7
Ffimi ('5 ) Fmaj Dm7

Every day I bless you, and I will praise your name forev - er and ever.
The Lono is to all and compassionate toward all his works.
Let them discourse of the glory your kingdom and speak of your might.
The Lono lifts up all are falling and raises up all who are bowed down.

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THIRTY.SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A I54

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My soul is thirst- ing for you, O Lord, thirst- ing for you my God.

Capo3: (G) (C) (Em) (Bm7t (Am7r (D) (Gsus4) (G)


Bt Eb Gm Dm7 Cm7 F Bbsus4 Bt

uf-r' b'
l'r I

/
t- l I ) -\-1 r\ ]^J )

Psalm Tone #24 Ps. 63:2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8

(q) (Fmaj 7t (CmajTt


Bb Abmaj / Ebmaj/

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1. O God, you are my God whom I seek; for you my flesh pines and my soul thirsts
2. Thus have I gazed toward you in the sanctuary to see your power and your glory,
3. Thus will I bless you while I live; lifting up my hands, I will call up - on your name.
4. I will remember you upon my couch, and through the night-watches I will medi - tate on you:

t Efmaj 7 ) (F7 ) (Gm7) { EfmajT )


Gbmaj / Abl BhmT Gbmaj /

I(,T loi Iol


1. like the earth, liieless and with - out water.
2. For your kindness is a greater good than my lips shall glo - ri - fy you.
J. As with the riches of a banquet shall my soul be satisfied, and with ex ultant lips my mouth shall praise you.
4. You are my help, and in the shadow ofyour wings I shout for joy.

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155 THIRTY.SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

Praise the Lord, my soull Praise the Lordl

Capo 2: (D ) (c) (cADDe/B) (G/A) (D)


E D AADDe/C# A/B E

a)
t'r r t ll r
)l l- l _l r,l I I I

Psalm Tone #15 Ps. 146:7,8-9,9-10

(D) (A) (c) (A)


E BA B

1. The Lono keeps faith for - ever, secures justice for the op - pressed,
2. The Lono gives sight to the blind; the Lono raises up those who were bowed down.
3. The fatherless and the widow he sus - tains, but the way of the wicked he thwarts.

(Bm) (D/A) (E/Gf ) (cADDe ) (A)


cfm EIB FYA# 4ADD9 B

l. gives food to the hungry. The Loro sets cap - tives free.
2. The Lonl loves the just; The Lono pro - tects stran
3. The Lord shall reign for ever: your God, O Zion, through all gen-er-a-
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THIRTY.SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C 156

Lord, when your glo- ry ap - pears, my Joy will be full.

Capo 2: (D ) (Em7) (F+rn) (A ) (Bm7) (Am) (c6) (D)


E F#n 7 Gfm B Cfrn7 Bm p6 E

Psalm Tone #6 Ps. 17:1,5-6,8, 15

(Bm) (D/N (G) (D)


Cfrn EIB A E

,
1. Hear, O Lono, a justsuit; attend to my outcry;
2. My steps have been steadfast in your paths, my feet have not faltered.
3. Keep me as the apple of your eye, hide me in the shadow of your wings.

(Bm7) (D/A) (c) (A7 s us 1) (A7)


CftnT E/B A g7 SUS4 g7

1. t hearken to my prayer from lips with - out de - ceit.


2. I call upon you, for you will answer me, O incline your ear to me; hear my word.
3. But I in justice shall behold your on waking I shall be content in your pres - ence.

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L57 THIRTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME /A

fear the

Capo 5: (D) (c) (G/B) (G/A) (D)


G F ClE C/D G

Psalm Tone #3
Ps. 128:1-2,3,1-5

(Em/D) (Cmaj71 (G/B)


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Blessed are you who fear the Lono, who walk in waysl
Your wife shall be like a fruit - ful vine in the recesses of home;
Behold, thus is the man blessed who fears Lono.
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(Gm/Br) (EelG# ) (Em/G) (A)


CmlE;b' A9lCil Am/C D

l. For you shall eat the fruit of your blessed shall you be, and fa - vored.
2. Your children like a- round your ta - ble.
3. The Lono bless you from may you see the prosperity of Je-rusa-lemI
all the days of your life. I

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THIRTY.THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / B 158

You a.re my ln her I tance, o Lord.

Capo 3: (Cmajz) (q/B) (Am7) (Bm7) (E)


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Psalm Tone #8 Ps. 16:5,8,9-10, 11


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Gm Gm/F EbmaiT

O Lono, my allotted portion and my cup, you it is who hold fast my lot.
Therefore my heart is glad and my soul re joices, my body, roo, a - bides in confide
You will show me the path to Iife, t

(Em/D)
Gm/F

Iset the Lono ev - er be fore me;


Because you will not abandon my soul to the netherworld,
fullness ofjoy in your presence,

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l. with him at my right hand I shall not be dis - turbed.
2. nor will you suffer your faithful one to under - go cor - rup - tior
3. the delights at your right hand for - ev - er.

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159 THIRTY.THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / C

The Lord comes to rule the earth with jus tlce.

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Psalm Tone #14 Ps. 98:5-6,7-8,9

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1. Sing praise to the Lono with the harp, with the harp and melo - di - ous
2. Let the sea and what fills it re - sound, the world and those who dwell in
3. Before the Lonp, for he COMES, for he comes to rule the
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trumpets and the sound of the horn joyfully before the King, the Lono.
Let the rivers clap their hands, mountains shout with them for joy.
rule the world with justice peoples with equity.

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LAST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME . CHRIST THE KING /A 160

The Lord rs my shep - herd; there is noth i.rg I shall want.

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Psalm Tone #2 Ps. 23:1-2, 2-3, 5-6

Em Bm/D gADD9

1. TheLoru 1S my shepherd; I shall not


2. Beside restful wa - ters he leads me; he refresh - es my
3. You spread the ta - ble be fore me in the sight of my
4. Only goodness and kind NCSS follow me all the days of my
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1. t ] In verdant pastures he gives me re - pose.


2. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake.
3. You anoint my head with oil; my cup o-ver-flows.
4. And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
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161 LAST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME . CHRIST THE KING /B

The king; 1n mal - es

Capo 3: (c) (G) (A)


R' Rh C

Psalm Tone #28 Ps.93:1-2,5

(A/c#) (DADDe)
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1. The Lono is king, in
2. And he has made the world firm, not
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3. Your decrees are worthy of trust deed; holiness befits your house

(c6) (DADDe)
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l. robed is the Lono and girt about with strength.


2. from everlasting you are, o Lord.
3. O Lord, for length of days.
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LAST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME . CHRIST THE KING / C 162

Let us go re - joic-ing to the house of the Lord.

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Psalm Tone #32 Ps. 122:1-2,3-4,1-5

Em Em/D

1. I rejoiced because they said to me. "We will go up to the house of the
2. Jerusalem, built as a city with compact
3. According to the decree for Israel. to give thanks to the name of the

1. And now we have set foot within your gates, o Je - rusalem.


2. To it the tribes go up, the tribes of the Lono.
3. In it are set up judgment seats, seats for the house of David.

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164 SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST . TRINITY SUNDAY / A

Glo - ry and praise for ev er - more.

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Psalm Tone #23

Blessed are you, O Lord, the God of our fathers, praiseworthy and exalted above all for - ever:
Blessed are you in the temple of your holy g1ory, t l
Blessed are you on the throne ofyour kingdom, I
Blessed are you who look into the depths from your throne upon the

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And blessed is your holy and glorious praiseworthy and exalted above all for all ages.
praiseworthy and glorious above all for - ever.
praiseworthy and exalted above all for - ever.
praiseworthy and exalted above all for - ever.

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SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST . TRINITY SUNDAY / B 165

Bless the peo- ple the Lord cho sen to be his own.

Capo 1: (D) (Em7) (q/Fil) (c) (G/B) (G/A) (D)


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Psalm Tone #20 Ps. 33:4-5, 6, 9, I 8-19, 20, 22

(D) (D/Cf)(Bm) (D/A)


Eb Eb/D Cm

1. Upright is the word of the Lono, and all his works are trust - wor - thy
2. By the word of the Lord the heav - ens were made; by the breath of his mouth all their host.
3. See, the eyes ofthe Lord are upon those who fear him, upon those who hope for his kind - nes
4. Our soul waits for the Lord, who is our help and our shield.
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(Gmaj7) (D/Ffi) (Emq) (c/A) (A)


Ahmaj 7
EblG Fme l.bnb B,

1. He loves jus - tice and right; of the kindness of the Lord the full.
2. For he spoke, and it was made; he commanded, and forth.
3. To deliver them from death and preserve them in fam -
4. May your kindness, O Lord, be up- on us who have put our you.
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L66 SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST . TRINITY SUND AY I L

won-der- ful your name

Ps. 8:4-5,6-7, 8-9

When I behold your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars which you set place-
You have made him little less than the angels, and crowned him with glory honor.
sheep and oxen, yes, and the beasts of field,

1. What is man that you should be mind - ful of or the son of man that you should care for
2. You have given him rule over the works of your putting all things under his
3. The birds of the air, the fishes of the and whatever swims the paths of the
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BODYAND BLOOD OF CHRIST /A 167

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

o pralse SA

Capo 3: (A) (Em7) (A)


C Gm7 C

Psalm Tone #24 Ps. 147: 12- 13, 14-15, 19-20

(Gmaj 71 {Dmaj7)
Bhmaj 7
Fmaj /

1. Clorify the Lono. O Je - rusalem; pralse your God, O Zion. For he has
2. He has granted peace in your borders; with the best of wheat he fills you, He
J. He has proclaimed his word to Jacob. his statutes and his ordinanc - es to Israel. He has
lol

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Cm7 Abmaj / Bb7

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strengthened the bars of your blessed your chil- dren with - rn you.
sends forth his com - mand to the swiftly mns his wordl
not done thus for any other ordinances he has not made known to them.

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168 BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST / B

An alleluia may replace the following refrain.

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I will take the cup of sal - va - tion, and call on the name of the Lord.

Capo 3: (G) (Dm#) (Em) (c) (Am7) (D7) (c)


Bb F/A Gm E' Cm7 P7 R'

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Psalm Tone #9 Ps. 1 16: 12-13, 15-16, I 7-18

(c) (Bm7) (c) (Em)


Bh Dm7 E' Gm

1. How shall I make a retum to the Lono for all the good he has done for me'l
2. Precious in the eyes of the Lono is the death of his - ful
faith ones.
3. To you will I offer sacrifice of thanks - giv - and I will call upon the name of the Lono.
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(Am) (Em/Gl (FmajTt (D)


Cm Gm/Bb Abmaj / F

The cup of salvation I up, and I will call upon the name of the Lonp.
I am your servant, the son handmaid: you have loosed my bonds.
My vows to the Lono pay in the presence of all his people.
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BODYAND BLOOD OF CHRIST / C 169

You are a priest for ev - er, in the line of Mel - chi ze - dek.

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Psalm Tone #31 Ps. 110:1,2,3,4

F FlE sbn

1 The Loro said to my Lord: my right hand


2. The scepter ofyour power the Lono will stretch forrh from Zion:
3. "Yours is prince - ly power in the day of your birth, in ho ly splendor;
4. The Lono has sworn, not re - pent:
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1. make your enemles your footstool."


2. "Rule in the midst of your enemies."
3. be- fore the daystar, like the dew, I have be - gotten you."
4. "You are a priest forever, ac - cording to the order of Mel - chizedeck."
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170 SACRED HEART /A

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The Lord's kind - ness is ev - er - last - ing to those who f'ear him.

F/G FADDg CIE F DM7 EM7 FMAJT CMAJT

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Psalm Tone #12

Bless the Lono. o and all my being. bless his ho name.


He pardons all your heals all ills.
The Lonu SC and the rights of all the pressed.
Merciful and gracious is slow to anger and abound - ing kindness.

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Bless the Lono, O my soul, get not all his benefits


He redeems your life from de- struction. he crowns you with kindness and com - passion.
He has made known his ways to Moses. and his deeds to the chil - dren of Israel.
Not according to our sins cloes he deal with us nor does he re - quite us according to ourcrimes.
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SACREDHEART/B L7I

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Psalm Tone #11 Is. 12:2-3, 1, 5-6

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IS my savior; I am confident and un - a- fraid.
2. Give thanks to the Lono, ac - claim his name; among the nations make knownhis deeds,
3. Sing praise to the Lono for his glo - rious a- chievement; Iet this be known throughout all the earth.
loi

Bm7 DmajT/A

courage is the Lono, and he has been my savior. I


will draw water at the fountain of sal - vation. J
l proclaim how exalted is his name.
ex- ul city of Zion, for great in your mrdst is the Holy One of Israell
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I72 SACRED HEART / C

The Lord is my shep - herd; there is noth - ing I shall want.

Em Em/D CADD9 Am7 Bm7 Em

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Psalm Tone #2

6ADD9

The Lono is my shepherd; I shall not want. In verdant pastures he gives me re - pose;
He guides me in right paths for his name's sake.
You spread the ta - ble be fore me in the sight of my foes;
Only goodness and kind- ness follow me all the days of my life;
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Am7 CID D

1. Beside restful wa - ters he leads me; he refresh - es my soul.


, / Even lhough I walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side
''l wlttr your rod and your staff that give me cour - age.
3. You anoint my head with my cup o-ver flows.
4. And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
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ASH WEDNESDAY 220

Be mer c1 ful. o Lord, for we have sinned.

Dm Dm7 Lim/ Am7 Dm

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Psalm Tone #27

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GADDg

Have mercy on me, O God, in your goodness; in the greatness of your compassion wipe out my of -
For I acknowledge my of - fense, and my sin is before me
A clean heart create for me O God, and a steadfast spirit renew with
Give me back the joy of your sal - vation, and a willing spirit sustain in
lcrllol a

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Thoroughly wash me from my guilt and of my sin cleanse me


"Against you only have I sinned, and done what is evil in your sight."
Cast me not out from your presence, and your Holy Spirit take not from me.
O Lord, o - pen my lips, and my mouth shall proclaim your praise.
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524 FEBRUARY 2: PRESENTATION OF THE LORD

Who king glo ryl

Capo 3: (G6) (F,mai7)(G6) (


F,maj 7 )
s[r, Al,majT 3fr' Abma j7

Psalm Tone #28 Ps. 21:7. 8.9. l0


(A/c#) (Bm7) ( DADDe)
CIF, Dm7 FADD9

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Lift up, O gates. your lintels:
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reach up, you an - crent portals,
Who is this king of glory I The Lono, stron-q and rnighty,
Lifi up, O gates, your lintels; reach up, you an - cient portals.
Who is this king of glory i The Lont of hosts:

( c6) (D.\DDe )
e[r, F,.\DD9

that the king of glory may come inl


the Lorio, mighty in battle.
that the king of glory may come inl
he is the king of slorv.

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MARCH 19: JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF MARY 543

The son of Da - vid will live for ev er.

G A/G D/F# Fmaj 7 Em7 D

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Psalm Tone #30

1. The promises of the Lono I will sing for-ever, throughall generations my mouth will pro - claim your faithfulness,
2. "Ihave made acovenant with my cho- sen one: I have swom to Da- vid my servant:
3. "He shall say of me, 'You are my father, my God. the Rockmy saviorl'

1. for you have said, "My kindness is established for ever:" ln heaven you have confimed your faithfulness.
2. Forever will I confirm your pos - terity andestablishyourthroneforall gen - er - ations."
3. Forever I will maintain my krnd - ness toward him. my covenant with him stands firm."

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545 MARCH 25: ANNUNCIATION OF OUR LORD

Here am I, Lord; here am I, Lord; I come to do vour will.

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Psalm Tone #13 Ps. 40:7-8, 8-9, 10. 11

Eml

Sacrifice or offering you wished not, bu t ears open to obedience you gave me.
"In the written scroll it is pre - scribed for me. Tco do your will, O God, is my de light,
I announced yourjustice in the vast as- sembly; t-
Your justice I kept not hid with - in my heart; your faithfulness and your salvation I have spoken of

Holocausts and sin-offerings you sought not; then said I. "Be - hold, I come."
l and your law is with - in my heartl"

have made no secret of your kindness and your truth


-l I did not restrain my lips, as you, o
in the vast
Lono, know.
as - sembly.

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JUNE 24: BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST / VIGIL s86

Since my moth - er's womb, you have been my strength.

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Psalm Tone #18 Ps. 7I: I-2. 3-4, 5-6, I 5, 17

Dm Gm6/D

1. In you, O Lono, I take refuge; let me never be put to shame.


2. Be my rock of refuge, a stronghold to give me safety,
3. For you are my hope, o Lord: my trust, O Lord, from my youth.
4. My mouth shall declare your justice, day by day your sal vation.

1. In your justice rescue me, and de - liver me; incline your ear to me and save me.
2. for you are my rock and my fortress. O my God, rescue me from the hand of the wick - ed.
3. On you I depend from birth; from my mother's womb you are my strength.
4. O God, you have taught me from my youth, and till the present I proclaim your won - drous deeds.

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587 JUNE 24: BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST / MASS DURING THE DAY

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Em7 (D/Ft) (G) ( A7)
Fm7 ebtci nf Rb/

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Psalm Tone #12

(D) (G/D) (Gm/D) (D)


E,- Nnl nb-ref Eb

O Lono you have probed me and you know me; you know when I sit and when I stand;
Truly you have formed my in- most being; you knit me in my moth- er's womb.
My soul also you knew full well; nor was my frame un - known to you.
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(cf7 ) (Ffrn) (E7 )

111 Gm F/

you understand my thoughts from a - far. I tr.,ty iou*eys and my rest you scrutinize.l
I with all my ways you are fa - miliar. I
I give you thanks that I am fearfully, wonder - ful - ly made; wonderful are your works.
When I was made in secret, when I was fashioned rn the depths of the earth.
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JUNE 29: PETER AND PAUL / VIGIL 590

Their mes - sage goes out through all the earth.

Bm F#oo/A GmajT Ffrtn7 Bm

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Psalm Tone #1 Ps. 19:2-3,4-5

Bm A/B Bm A/B

l. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament proclaims handiwork.
2. Not a word nor a discourse whose voice is heard;
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l. Day pours out the word to day, and night to night parts knowledge.
2. Through all the earth their voice re - sounds, and to the ends of the their message.

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591 JUNE 29: PETER AND PAUL / MASS DURING THE DAY

The an - gel of the Lord will res - cue those who fear him.

Bhmajz Am7 Gm7 F/A Bb6 C7 F

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I will bless the Lono at all times; his praise shall be ever in my mouth.
Glorify the Lono with me, let us together extol his name.
Look to him that you may be ra - diant with jov, and your faces may not blush with shame.
The angel of the Lono en - camps around those who fear him, and de - livers them.
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Let my soul glory in the Lonp; the lowly will hear me and be glad.
I sought the Lono, and he answered me and delivered me from all my fears.
When the poor one called out, the Lono heard, and from all his dis - tress he saved him.
Taste and see how good the Lono is; blessed the man who takes ref - uge in him.

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AUGUST 6: TRANSFIGURATION 6L4
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The Lord is king, Lord most high o- ver all the earth.

Capo 3: (D6) tCf,r/7E1 (c) (D6) (Cfm_7/E) {F*m7) 7) lEmT) (A)


tGmaj
F6 Em//G E' tl F6 Em//G Am7 BbmaiT Gm- C

Psalm Tone #28 Ps.97:1-2,5-6,9


(A/cf) (Bm7) (c6) (DADDe)
CIE, Dm7 Et6 FADDg

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The Lono is king; let the earth re joice; let the many islands be glad.
The mountains melt like wax be - fore the Lono, before the Lono of all the eafth

(A/cf) (DADDe)
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Cloud and darkness are round a-bout him; justice and jud-qment are the foundation of his throne.
The heavens pro - claim his justice; all peoples see his glory.

(A/cf) (Bm7) (C6) (DADDe) (C6) ( DADDe)


CIF, Dm7 Err, FADDe Et6 FADDg

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3. Because you, O Lord, are the Most High over all the earth, exalted far above gods.
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621 AUGUST 15: ASSUMPTION / VIGIL

of your rest,

Ps. 1.12:6-7, S- 10, 1.1- 11

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Behold, we heard of it in Eph - ra we found it in the fields Jaar.
May your priests be clothed with let your faithful ones shout merrily jov.
For the Lono has cho - sen he prefers her for dwelling.

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l Let us enter in - to his dwelling, let us worship at footstool.
2. For the sake of Da - vid your servant, reject not the plea of your nointed.
3. "Zion is my resting place for - ever; in her will I dwell, for I pre - her."
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AUGUST 15: ASSUMPTION / MASS DURING THE DAY 622

The queen stands at your right hand, ar - rayed 1n gold.

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Psalm Tone #28

takes her place at your right hand in gold of Ophir.


Hear, O daughter, and see; tum your ear, forget your people and your fa - ther's house.
So shall the king de - sire your beauty; for he is your lord.
They are bome in with glad - NCSS and jov; they enter the palace of the king.

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638 SEPTEMBER 14: TRIUMPH OF THE CROSS

Do not for - get the works of the Lordl

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Psalm Tone #26 Ps. 78:l-2, 34-35, 36-37, 38

1. Hearken, my people, to my teaching; incline your ears to the words of my mouth.


2. While he slew them they sought him and inquired after God a - gain,
3. But they flattered him with their mouths and lied to him with their tongues,
4. Yet he, being merciful, for - gave their sin and de - stroyed them not;

open my mouth in a parable, I will uttermysteries from of old.


membering that God was their rock and the Most High God, their re - deemer.
3. Though their hearts were not stead - fast toward him, nor were they faithful to his covenant.
4. Of - ten he turned back his anger and let none of his wrath be roused.

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NOVEMBER 1: ALL SAINTS 667

Lord, this is the peo ple that longs to see your face.

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Psalm Tone #3 Ps. 24:1-2, 3-4, 5-6

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2. Who can ascend the mountain of Lono'J or who may stand in his ho - ly place'/
3. He shall receive a blessing from Lono, a reward from God his savior.
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3. Such is the race seeks for him, that seeks the face of the God of Ja - cob.

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668-1 ALL SOULS

The Lord 1S my shep - herd; there is noth-inglshall want.

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1. The Lono is my shepherd; I shall not want. In verdant pastures he gives me re - pose;
2. He guides me in right paths for his name's sake.
3. You spread the ta - ble be - fore me in the sight of my foes;
4. Only goodness and kind- ness follow me all the days of my life;
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Beside restful wa - ters he leads me: he refresh - es my soul.


J Even though I walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side
I wittr your rod and your staff that give me cour - age.
You anoint my head with oil; my cup o - ver- flows.
And I shall dwell in the house of the Lono for years to come.
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ALL SOULS 668-2

To you, O Lord, I lift my soul, to you I lift my soul.


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668-3 ALL SOULS

The Lord is my light and my sal va - tion.


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2. One thing I ask of the Lono; this I seek: to dwell in the house of the Lono all the days of my
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4. I believe that I shall see the bounty of the Lclno

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4. Wait fbr the Lono with courage; be stouthearted. and wait for the Lono-
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The Lord of hosts is with us: our stronghold is the God of Jacob.
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Therefore we fear r.rot, though the earth be shaken and mountains plunge into the depths of the sea.
God is in its rnidst; it shall not be dis - turbed; God will help it at the break of dawn.
Come I behold the deeds of the Lord, the astounding things he has wrought on earth.
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2. He has membered his kindness and his faithlulness toward the house of Israel
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INDEX OF PSALM REFRAINS In you, O Lord, I have found my peace. 166

A light will shine on us this day: the Lord is born for us. 2l Justice shall flourish in his time, and fullness of peace for ever.
A11 the ends of the earth have seen the saving power of God. 10
22
Alleluia, alleluia, alleluial 58 Let all the earth cry out to God with joy. 70, 116
Let my tongue be silenced, if I ever forget you! 4l
Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned. 31, 187 Let the Lord enter; he is king of glory. 16
Be with me, Lord, when I am in trouble. 33 Let us go rejoicing to the house of the Lord. 1, 177
Blessed the poor in spirit; the kingdom of heaven is theirsl 84 Let us sing to the Lord; he has covered himself in glory. 52
Blessed are they who fbllow the law of the Lord! 90 Like a deer that longs for running streams, my soul longs for
Blessed are they, blessed are they who hope in the Lord. 92 you, my God, my soul longs for you, my God. 56
Blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk in his ways. 23 Lord, be my rock of safety. 99
Blessed, are they who dwell in your house, O Lord. 25 Lord. come and save us. 13
Blessed the people the Lord has chosen to be his own. 132, Lord, come to my aid, Lord, come to my aid! 135
119 Lord, ev'ry nation on earth will adore you. 21
Lord, forgive the wrong I have done. 107
Create in me, create in me, a clean heart, O God. 44,57 Lord, go up to the place of your rest, you and the ark of your
Cry out with joy and gladness: for among you is the great and holiness. 196
Holy One of Israel. 15 Lord, heal my soul, for I have sinned against you. 94
Lord, I love your commands. 124
Do not forget the works of the Lord! 199 Lord, in your great love, answer me. 108
Lord, it is good to give thanks to you. 98, 106
Father, into your hands I commend my spirit. 48 Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation.
Fill us with your love, O Lord, and we will sing for joyl 158 11,118,130
For ever I will sing the goodness of the Lord. 11 , 19, ll1 Lord, let your face shine on us. 62
Lord, let your mercy be on us, as we place our trust in you.
Give thanks to the Lord, his love is everlasting. 109 31,61, t61
Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love is everlasting. Lord, make us tum to you; let us see your face and we shall be
60 saved. 8. 18
Give the Lord glory and honor. 160 Lord, on the day I called for help, you answered me. 126
Glory and praise for evernore. 178 Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth.
Go out to all the world, and tell the Good News. 101, 138 49,17,',Z8
God, in your goodness, you have made a home for the poor. Lord,this is the people that longs to see your face. 199
141 Lord,when your glory appears, my joy will be full. ll l
God mounts his throne to shouts of joy: a blare of trumpets for Lord,you are good and forgiving. 121
the Lord. 13 Lord,you have the words of everlasting life. 38, 55
Lord,you will show us the path of life. 61
Happy are those who fear the Lord. 112 Lord,your love is eternal: do not forsake the work of your
He who does justice will live in the presence of the Lord. 123 hands. 136
Here am I, Lord; here am I. Lord: I come to do vour wiil. 19.
190 May God bless us in his mercy, may God bless us in his mercy.
26
I believe that I shall see the good things of the Lord in the land May the Lord bless and protect us all the days of our lives.
of the living. 14.202 155
I love you, Lord, my strength, my strength. 163,161 My God, my God, why have you abandonedme? 46
I praise you, O Lord, for I am wonderfully made. 192 My soul is thirsting for you, O Lord, thirsting for you my God.
I shall live in the house of the Lord all the days of my life. 110. 139, 169
157 My soul rejoices in my God. my soul rejoices in my God. 14
I turn to you, O Lord, in time of trouble, and you fill me with
thejoy of salvation. 9l No one who waits for you, O Lord, will ever be put to shame.
I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me. 63,104, ll2 20t
I will praise you, Lord, in the assembly of your people. 68
I will praise your name for ever, my king and my God. 69, O bless the Lord, my soul, O bless the Lord. 30
114,168 O God, O God, let all the nations praise you! 12, 133
I will rise and go to my father. 141 O Lord, our God, how wonderful your name in all the earth!
I will sing of your salvation. 86 180
I will take the cup of salvation, and call on the name of the O praise the Lord, Jerusalem. 181
Lord. i82 One who does justice will live in the presence of the Lord.
I will walk before the Lord in the land of the living. 35, 146 140
If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts. 37, 85, Our blessing cup is a communion with the blood of Christ. 1l
129,142,156 Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, pleading for his mercv. 115
In ev'ry age, O Lord, you have been our refuge. 144 Our help is from the Lord who made heaven and earth. 162
In the si-eht of the angels. I will sing your praises, O Lord. 89

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Praise the Lord, my soul! Praise the Lordl 143,153, 110 We are his people: the sheep of his flock. 66, 105
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, who heals the brokenhearted. Who is this king of glory? It is the Lord. 188
88 With the Lord there is mercy, and fullness of redemption. 43,
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord who lifts up the poor. 150 103
Proclaim his marvelous deeds to all the nations. 80
You are a priest for ever, in the line of Melchizedek. 183
Remember your mercies, O Lord. 151 You are my inheritance, O Lord. 51, Il3,113
Rest in God alone, rest in God alone, my soul. 96 You will draw water joyfully from the springs of salvation,
29,54, t85
Since my mother's womb, you have been my strength. 191 Your ways, O Lord, are love and truth, to those who keep your
Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous deeds. covenant. 32 )

204 Your words, O Lord, are Spirit and life. 83, i20
Sing with joy to God! Sing to God our help! 100

Taste and see the goodness of the Lord. 42, l3l, 134, 131
Teach me your ways, O Lord, teach me your ways' 82
The angel of the Lord will rescue those who fear him. 194
The earth is full of the goodness of the Lord, the goodness of
the Lord. 50
The hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs' 125,
t21
The just man is a light in darkness to the upright' 87
The Lord comes to rule the eafth with justice' 111
The Lord gave them bread from heaven. 128
The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy.
12,45, t64
The Lord has revealed to the nations his saving power, his
saving power. 11,159
The Lord has set his throne in heaven. 75
The Lord hears the cry of the poor. 165
The Lord is krnd and merciful, the Lord is kind and merciful.
39,93,95,91
The Lord is kind and merciful; slow to anger. and rich in
compassion. 145
The Lord is king; he is robed in majesty. 176
The Lord is king, the Lord most high over all the earth. 76,
195
The Lord is my light and my salvation. 36,81,202
The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want. 40'
64, t22,175, 186, 200
The Lord is near to all who call on him. 148
The Lord remembers his covenant for ever. 21
The Lord upholds my life. 149
The Lord will bless his people with peace. 28
The Lord's kindness is everlasting to those who fear him. 181
The precepts of the Lord give joy to the heart. 152
The queen stands at your right hand, arrayed in go1d. 191
The seed that falls on good ground will yield a fruitful harvest'
117
The son of David will live for ever. 189
The stone rejected by the builders has become the comerstone.
65
The vineyard of the Lord is the house of Israel. 15't
The waters of the river gladden the city of God, the holy
dwelling of the Most High. 203
Their message goes out through all the earth. 193
This is the day the Lord has madel let us reioice and be glad.
59
Though I walk in the valley of darkness, I fear no evil, for you
are with me. 200
To the upright I will show the saving pow'r of God. 102
To you, O Lord,I lift my soul, to you I lift my soul. 9,201
Today, today, today is born our Savior, Christ the Lord. 20
Turn to the Lord in your need, and you will live. 119

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