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July 29, 2001, 17th Sunday OT  
Rehearsal Time_______________Presider____________________________________
Additional Notes:_________________________________________________________
Gathering Song _________________________________________________________
Introductory Rite_________________________________________________________
Kyrie _________________________________________________________________
Glory to God ____________________________________________________________
First Reading ___________________________________________________________
Responsorial Psalm______________________________________________________
Second Reading _________________________________________________________
Gospel Acclamation ______________________________________________________
Gospel ________________________________________________________________
General Intercessions _____________________________________________________
Preparation of the Gifts ___________________________________________________
Holy __________________________________________________________________
Memorial Acclamation ____________________________________________________
Great Amen ____________________________________________________________
Lamb of God ___________________________________________________________
Communion Song ________________________________________________________
Song of Praise __________________________________________________________
Dismissal ______________________________________________________________
Closing Song ___________________________________________________________

FIRST READING: Gen. 18: 20-32 "Lord, do not be angry if I speak." Abraham intervenes for Sodom by asking if God will destroy the just along with the unjust.
Ps. 138 "On the day I called, you answered me, O Lord."
Col. 2: 12-14 "He has made you alive with Christ for he has forgiven all our sins."
Romans 8: 15 "You have received the Spirit which makes us God's children, and in that Spirit we call God our Father."
GOSPEL: Lk. 11: 1-13
"Ask, and it will be given to you."
Jesus teaches the disciples how to pray, promising that if we knock, the door will be opened.
FOCUS: "Ask and it will be given to you, knock and the door shall be opened." True prayer is a personal dialogue with God in which we trust in God's mercy and kindness.
REFLECTION: "We are told how the monks of Egypt prayed very frequently but very briefly. Their prayer was sudden and ejaculatory so that the intense application so necessary in prayer should not vanish or lose its keenness by a slow performance." St. Augustine of Hippo
"May the Lord give you the blessing of a strong desire to stand inwardly before God. Seek and you will find. Seek God: such is the unalterable rule for all spiritual advancement. Nothing comes without work. The help of God is always ready and always near, but is only given to those who seek and work, and only to those seekers who, after putting all their own powers to the test, then cry out with all their heart: Lord, help us. So long as you hold on the Lord does not interfere. It is as though He says: ' You hope to succeed by yourself-Very well, go on trying! But however long you try you will achieve nothing.' May the Lord give you a contrite spirit, a humble and a contrite heart. Theophane the Recluse
"Great talent is a gift of God, but it is a gift which is by no means necessary in order to pray well. This gift is required in order to converse well with humans; but it is not necessary in order to speak well with God. For that, one needs good desires, and nothing more."
St. John of the Cross
APPLYING THE READINGS TO THE LITURGY: The introduction to the liturgy could revolve around God in our midst, God who seeks dialogue with us. Consider using dialogue style responses, antiphons, responsorials, etc. Introduce the Lord's Prayer by saying that Jesus called God "Abba"or "Daddy." We too should come to God with the intimacy of a child to its parent.
General Intercessions-
Introduction: My brothers and sisters, God our Father is our origin and guide who hears the prayers of all who praise him. Let us offer our prayers to God, whose gifts are without measure.
· For the Church of God, that we will joyfully proclaim and live our faith in Christ the eternal gift from God,
· For peace and well-being of the whole world, that God's gift to us in this life will lead us to salvation in the life to come,
· For those who suffer from hunger, sickness, or loneliness: that the gift of Christ's presence bring them health and peace,
· For our community and our families, who welcome Christ into their lives: may they learn to receive him in the poor and suffering people of this world,
Prayers over the People: 4
Faith Formation
God is a personal God who converses with us personally. We do not pray to receive favors. Prayer is dialogue with God in which we listen as well as speak. We exist together in prayer.
· What does it means to you that Jesus called God "Abba" or "Daddy"?
Discuss how the various parts of the liturgy operate in a dialogue form: the opening prayer, the responsorial psalm, the prayers of the faithful and numerous parts of the liturgy of the Eucharist. Liturgy is conversation with the Divine.
· What is dialogue?
Have some of the children help you with the first reading, letting different children read the word of Abraham with his pleading to God.
· What makes a conversation?
Draw from this reading the idea that we should think of prayer as a conversation in which we work to get our message to God and we take time to listen for a response.
Divide the group in two. Lead them in reciting the Lord's prayer, each group reading alternate lines.
A Living Hope (Oliver) 61 PMB, RJ, WCH, WW
Baptized in Water GC, GTR, TWC, WP
City of God (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WW, WC
Forgive Our Sins as We Forgive CBW III, GC, JS, RS, WCH, WOV, WP
Gather Us In (Haugen) BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, GTR, RS, WCH, WP
Gather Us Together BB/MI, GP2
Glory and Praise to Our God (Schutte) BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS
How Shall I Sing to God? (Haas) G-3453
In Thee, O Lord, I Put My Trust (Handel) G-4203
Jesus Is Our Prayer (Ellis) GP, HM
Merciful Savior, Hear Our Humble Prayer 747 PMB
On This Day, the First of Days BB/MI, CVH, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
O Bless the Lord (Michaels) BB/MI, HM, JS
Our Father, by Whose Name 621 CVH, 570 WP
Our God Has Done Great Things for Us (Foley) G-3941
Restless is the Heart (Farrell) BB/MI, JS
Seek the Lord (O'Connor) BB/MI, GP, GPCOMP
Sing Praise to Our Creator 112 PMB, WCH
Song of Fire and Water (Haugen) 228 GPCOMP, WW
Trust in the Lord (O'Connor) 151 GP, 248 GPCOMP
Though the Mountains May Fall (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, WC, WW
We Gather Together ACH, BB, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, LMGM, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
114 SMM vol. 5 (Lisicky)
915 WP (Verdi)
41 PFAS (Hughes)
O Taste and See (Isele) 34 PFCY
Taste and See (Willcock) PFFAS
Taste and See (Haugen) 27 GTR
Taste and See (Moore) 240 GPCOMP, 338
GTR, 337 WCH
12 PFAS (Hughes)
Amazing Grace ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, CVH, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WCH, WOV, WP, WS, (Proulx: G-2326)
Cantate Domino (Kreutz) WS
Canticle of Zachary GC, GTR
Hold Me in Life (Huijbers, Oosterhuis) 707 CBW II, 241 GTR
How Precious is Your Steadfast Love OCP 8127
I Could Not Live without You (Schoenfeld) G-4160
I Have Loved You (Joncas) GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS
I Long for You (Dameans) 204 GP, 105 GPCOMP
I Will Give Thanks to You, O Lord (Englert) 129 PMB, WCH
Keep in Mind (Deiss) BB/MI, GC, JS, PMB, RS, WCH
Lord, Teach Us How to Pray, Aright 244 CVH, 628 TWC
Only This I Want (Schutte) GC, GP, GPCOMP
O My Soul, Bless the Lord (Walker) BB/MI
O Lord, Hear Our Prayer (Berthier) 240 GTR
Seek First (Berthier) TAIZE II
Seek First the Kingdom (Haas) G-3955
Seek Ye the Lord (Roberts) 312- 06245
Remember Your Love (Dameans) BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, RS
The Goodness of God Cries Out (Norbet) BB/MI, 260 GP, 81 PMB
The Cry of the Poor (Foley) ACH, BB/MI, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, WC, WW
When from Our Exile (Huijbers) GC, GTR
Your Words Are Spirit and Life (Farrell) BB/MI, JS
A Grain of Wheat (Reagen) G-3105
Bread and Wine (Young) G-4066
Eat This Bread (Berthier) BB/MI, GC, GTR, GPCOMP, RS, WP, WW
How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place (Carter) HP-A586
Let Us Be Bread (Porter) G-3355
Life-Giving Bread (Manalo) G-3911
Merciful Savior, Hear Our Humble Prayer PMB
Our Daily Bread BB/MI
On Eagle's Wings (Joncas) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WC, WW
One Bread, One Body (Foley) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WCS, WW
Only a Shadow (Landry) BB/MI, GP, GPCOMP, HM, JS
Seek Ye the Lord (Lovelace) 11-2230
This Is God's Holy Temple OCP 9178
Truly, I Am the Living Bread (Esquival) WS
Unless a Grain of Wheat (Farrell) BB/MI, GC , JS, RS
We, the Body of Christ (Hillebrand) 256 GPCOMP
You Are Near (Schutte) BB/MI, CBW II, GC, GP, GPCOMP, JS
Ask, and You Shall Receive (Englert) 8546 WS
How Shall They Hear the Word of God (Inwood) 7204 STM
It Is Well with My Soul (Matheny) G-2987
Now Let Us from This Table Rise CBW II, JS, PMB, WOV, WP
Only Begotten, Word of God Eternal RS, WP
Seek Ye First (Lafferty) BB/MI, CBW II, WCH, WP
Taste and See (Isaac) WS
Thanks to God Whose Word Was Spoken 514 WP
A Hymn of Praise (Reagen) 228 PMB, 74 WW, WCH
Alleluia, Give Thanks to the Risen Lord (Fishel) ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, CVH, GC, PMB, WCH, WP
Anthem (Conry) BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS
Baptized in Water GTR, TWC, WP
Father, We Thank Thee 676 CBW II, 374 CVH, 121 PMB, 558 WP
God of Day and God of Darkness (Haugen) BB/MI, GC, GTR, RS, WCH
God's Blessing Sends Us Forth 605 CVH, 153 PMB, WCH
How Firm a Foundation 452 CVH, 585 WP
In Christ There Is No East or West BB/MI, CBW II, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, RS, PMB, WCH, WOV, WP
Lift Up Your Hearts (O'Connor) BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS
New Life (Landry) 672 CBW III, 124 GP, HM
Now Thank We All Our God ACH, BB, CBW III, CVH, GC, JS, RS
Oh, Praise the Lord, My Soul! (Anders) G-3014
On This Day, the First of Days BB/MI, CVH, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
Praise the Lord, His Glories Show (Niedmann) G-4743
Praise to the Lord ACH, BB, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, RS, WP
Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven BB/MI, CBW III, GC, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WOV, WP
Sent Forth by God's Blessing BB/MI, 149 PMB, JS, WCH
You Have Looked upon the Lowly PMB, WCH