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September 2, 2001, 22nd Sunday OT
Rehearsal Time_______________Presider____________________________________
Additional Notes:_________________________________________________________
INTRODUCTORY RITES
Gathering Song _________________________________________________________
Introductory Rite_________________________________________________________
Kyrie _________________________________________________________________
Glory to God ____________________________________________________________
LITURGY OF THE WORD
First Reading ___________________________________________________________
Responsorial Psalm______________________________________________________
Second Reading _________________________________________________________
Gospel Acclamation ______________________________________________________
Gospel ________________________________________________________________
General Intercessions _____________________________________________________
LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
Preparation of the Gifts ___________________________________________________
Holy __________________________________________________________________
Memorial Acclamation ____________________________________________________
Great Amen ____________________________________________________________
Lamb of God ___________________________________________________________
Communion Song ________________________________________________________
Song of Praise __________________________________________________________
CONCLUDING RITE
Dismissal ______________________________________________________________
Closing Song ___________________________________________________________

FIRST READING:
Sir. 3: 17-20, 28-29 Humble yourself and you will find favor with the Lord.
Be gentle in carrying out your work. The greater you are, the more humble you should be.
RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
Ps. 68 "In your goodness, O God, you have prepared a home for the poor."
SECOND READING:
Heb. 12: 18-19, 22-24 You have come to Mount Zion and to the city of the living God.
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION:
Mt. 11: 29 "Take my yoke upon you; learn from me, for I am gentle of heart."
GOSPEL: Lk. 14: 1, 7-14
Those who exalt themselves will be humbled and those who humble themselves will be exalted.
Jesus goes for a meal at the home of one of the leading Pharisees. Seeing how the guests picked the places of honor, Jesus tells them a parable about a wedding feast and humility.
FOCUS: "Take my yoke upon you; learn from me, for I am gentle of heart." By responding to the Lord's invitation we enter into salvation. We must live the life of humility and refrain from exalting ourselves over the dispossessed
REFLECTION: The yoke of Christ is sweet and his burden light unto refreshment for those who submit to it; but all things alien to the teachings of the Gospel are heavy and burdensome.
St. Basil
"Leave off that excessive desire of knowing; therein is found much distraction. There are many things the knowledge of which is of little or no profit to the soul."Thomas á Kempis
"Have you still preserved your state of spiritual warmth? It should be preserved. Its basis is humility. As soon as humility decreases, coolness enters. For when the soul begins to regard itself as something important, the Lord at once withdraws; and, left by itself, the soul grows cold. It is not just with the tongue that we should keep saying 'I am nothing', but we should feel our nothingness in the heart. Then the Lord will always be there, He who creates and has created everything out of nothing. The Lord will give warmth, but we must do our part as well.
What then, can we contribute to this work? Humility and attention, and a suffering submission to God in the depths of the heart, which should continue unceasingly whatever we may be doing or saying, whether we are sitting down or moving about, whether at home or in church. May the Lord grant you wisdom. Read holy writings, reflect upon them, and absorb all that is useful, applying it to your life and to your soul." Theophane the Recluse
APPLYING THE READINGS TO THE LITURGY: Rather than exulting in our righteousness we are called to be humble, caring for the afflicted and less fortunate. Invite the assembly to communion by saying that in the Eucharist we have a covenant in which we see Jesus in all humankind.
Sample General Intercessions-
Introduction: My brothers and sisters, may all who follow Christ reject what is contrary to the gospel. Let us pray to God, to bring the seeds of the gospel to bloom on earth.
· For all those who gather in the Holy Spirit of God, that he will help them to be faithful to their baptismal call,
· For peace among nations, that God may rid the world of violence, and let us serve him in freedom,
· For the aged who suffer from loneliness and infirmity, that we will sustain them by our lives,
· For all of us gathered here, that God will teach us to use wisely the good things he has given us, that they will lead us closer to him and to eternal blessing.
Preface: 6 for Sundays in Ordinary Time
Prayers over the People: 2 or 16
Solemn Blessing: 4 or 5 for Sundays in Ordinary Time
Faith Formation
· In what ways do I put myself first? Is that disgusting or what?
· What habits have you grown up with that run contrary to the way of humility?
Humility is praised by Jesus many times in the gospels. Are you willing to be humble, or does the whole idea offend your pride? If your pride is keeping you from following Jesus maybe you ought to just dump it. God loves us all.
· What elements of your will have you struggled with in your spiritual journey?
Meditate on the words of St. Bernard: "In those respects in which the soul is unlike God, it is also unlike itself."
Song suggestions:
Seek First (Berthier) TAIZE II
Be Not Afraid (Dufford) BB/MI, CBW II, GP, GPCOMP, GTR
Children's Liturgyof the Word
Look up and discuss the words: humble and humility. Derived from the word "humus" meaning soil or earth, relate this meaning to our being ourselves, content with who we are, a child of God.
Song suggestions:
Blessed Are the Poor (Marchionda) WCH WS
Seek Ye First (Lafferty) BB/MI, CBW II, WCH, WP
GATHERING SONG:
All Who Hunger GC, RS
Blessed Are the Poor (Marchionda) WCH, 7854 WS
Canticle of the Sun (Haugen) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GPCOMP, GTR, RS, WCH
Come to Me, All Who Are Weary (Schutte) 91 GP, 54 GPCOMP
Come Now, and Praise the Humble Saint 694 WP
Come, Lift Up Your Hearts BB/MI
Come, Come Ye Saints (Cornwall) 392- 00638
For the Healing of the Nations 643 WP
Gather Us In (Haugen) BB/MI, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, GTR, RS, WCH, WP
Gather Your People (Hurd) BB/MI, GP2, HM, JS
Humbly We Adore Thee 369 CVH, 675 PMB, WCH
I Am the Vine (Miffleton) PMB, WCH
Sing to the Lord (Dameans) BB/MI, 141 GP, 224 GPCOMP
Table of Plenty (Schutte) BB/MI, GP2, JS
Take Up Your Cross BB, CBW III, CVH, GC, JS, PMB, RS, WOV, WP, WW
There's a Spirit in the Air 85 PMB, 531 WP
The Lord Jesus Humbled Himself 761 PMB
There Is One Lord (Dameans) BB/MI, 242 GP, 242 GPCOMP
We Are the Light of the World ACH, BB/MI, CVH, GC, JS, PMB, WCH
We Come as Guests Invited (Walsh) BB/ MI, JS
Where Charity and Love Prevail AF-11-10120, BB/MI, CVH, GC, GTR, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
122 SMM vol. 5 (Chepponis)
930 WP (Batastini)
SEASONAL PSALM:
Lord, You Have the Words of Everlasting Life (Haugen) 86 SMM vol. 5, 8534 WS
The Lord Is Kind (Isele) 41 PFCY
Lord, You Have the Words (Isele) 31 PFCY
Psalm 103 (Hughes) 35 PFAS
PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS:
All That is Hidden (Farrell) BB/MI, HM, JS
Be Not Far From Me (Nelhybel) 392-00603
Beautiful Savior BB/MI, JS, WCH, WW
Canticle of the Turning (Cooney) GC, RS, G-3407
City of My Heart (Huijbers) 9342 OCP
Christians, Let Us Love One Another BB/MI, CBW III, JS
Come to Me (Norbet) BB/MI, 693 CBW II
Come to Me, All You Weary 321 GTR
In Christ There Is No East or West BB/MI, CBW II, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, RS, PMB, WCH, WOV, WP
How Can I Repay the Lord BB/MI, OCP 7119
Justice Shall Flourish (Marchionda) 233 WCH
Let Us Go Rejoicing (Joncas) 53 GTR
Let Us Go Rejoicing (Willcock) PFFAS
Love Consecrates the Humblest Act 144 PMB
Look For Me in the Lowly Ones (Proulx) G-2145
O Christe Domine Jesu (Berthier) 278 GTR, TAIZE II
Prayer of St. Francis (Voorhaar) HP-AG- 7267
Rise Up, Jerusalem (Foley) GP
Seek Ye First (Lafferty) BB/MI, CBW II, CBW III, WCH, WP
Seek First (Berthier) TAIZE II
The Cry of the Poor (Foley) BB/MI, GC GP, GPCOMP, GTR
The Lord Is Near (Dameans) BB, 259 GTR
What You Hear in the Dark (Schutte) 155 GP, 264 GPCOMP
Whatsoever You Do (Jabusch) ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, CVH, GC, GP, JS, PMB, WCH
COMMUNION:
As We Break the Bread 568 CBW II, 449 WOV
Blest Are They (Haas) BB/MI, 35 GPCOMP, 284 GTR
Bread and Wine (Young) G-4066
Carry Us in Your Arms (Janco)G-3609
Earthen Vessels (Foley) BB/MI, 13 GP, 64 GPCOMP
How Great Thou Art (Hine) ACH, BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, RS, WCH
I Am the Way (Englert) 102 PMB, WCH
I Am the Vine (Hurd) BB, GP2, JS
I Rejoiced (Foley) 106 GP , 106 GPCOMP
I Rejoiced (Dean) BB/MI, JS
In the Breaking of the Bread (Hurd) BB/MI, 340 GTR
In the Breaking of the Bread (Ward) WCH
Life-Giving Bread (Manalo) G-3911
Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service 606 CVH, 630 WP
Merciful Savior, Hear Our Humble Prayer 747 PMB
My Soul is Thirsting GC, GTR
One Bread, One Body (Foley) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WCS, WW
O Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit 620 WP
O Lord, Give Me Grace (Filas) 332-40014
Servant Song (McGargill) BB/MI, JS
The Kingdom of God (Lovelace) G-3250
The Supper of the Lord (Rosanio) BB/MI, GP2, HM, JS
'Tis a Gift to be Simple 165 PMB, WW
We Come to Your Altar (Brubaker) 7957 WS
SONG OF PRAISE:
All Praise to God Our Heavenly Father (Handel) 312-41276
How Can I Keep from Singing BB/MI, GP, GPCOMP, GTR
My Soul Is Longing 214 PMB, 258 WCH
Oh, Praise the Lord, My Soul! (Anders) G-3014
Those Who Seek Your Face BB, OCP 7150
Table Prayer GTR, GC, RS
CLOSING SONG:
All Creatures of Our God ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, CVH, GC, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WOV, WP
Blest Be the Lord (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS
City of God (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WW, WC
Christ Be Beside Me CBW III, 231 PMB, 454 WOV
Come, You Sinners, Poor and Needy 756 WP
Glory and Praise to Our God (Schutte) BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS
God's Blessing Sends Us Forth 605 CVH, 153 PMB, WCH
Humbly! Let Us Voice Our Homage 673 PMB, WCH
Jesus, Shepherd of Our Souls GC, WP
Jesus, the New Covenant (Deiss) 95 PMB
Lord of Nations, God Eternal 230 PMB, WCH
Now Let Us from This Table Rise CBW III, JS, PMB, WOV, WP
Sent Forth by God's Blessing BB/MI, 149 PMB, WCH
Sing Our God Together (Haas, Haugen) G-3960
Sound the Cymbal (Schubert) 312-40539
Tell Out, My Soul BB/MI, 638 CBW II, 534 WP
The Kingdom of God (Parry) 550 CVH, 615 WP
We Are Called GTR, GC, RS
What Does the Lord Require RS, WP, WOV
When Jesus Came Preaching CVH, RS, WP
Yahweh (Norbet) BB/MI, CBW II, GP, JS, PMB, WCH
Your Words are Spirit and Life (Farrell) BB/MI