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October 21, 2001, 29th 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: Ex. 17: 8-13
"As long as Moses kept his arms raised, Israel had the advantage."
RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
Ps. 121 "Our help is in the name of the Lord, who made heaven and earth."
SECOND READING:
2 Tim. 3: 14 - 4: 2 "This is how the man of God becomes equipped and ready for every good work."
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION:
Hebrews 4: 12 "The word of God is living and active; it probes the thoughts and motives of our heart."
GOSPEL: Lk. 18: 1-8
"God will see those who cry out to God vindicated." Using the parable of the unjust judge and the persistent widow, Jesus taught his disciples the need to pray constantly.
FOCUS: Persistence is essential in all matters, so that we become ever mindful of God.
REFLECTION: "'Pray without ceasing', St. Paul writes to the Thessalonians (1 Thess. 17). And in other epistles, he advises: 'Pray always with all supplication in the spirit' (Eph. vi. 18), 'continue in prayer and watch in the same' (Col. 1v. 2), 'continuing to stand in prayer' (Rom. xii. 12). Also the Saviour Himself teaches the need for constancy and persistency in prayer, in the parable about the importunate widow, who won over the unrighteous judge by the persistency of her appeals (Luke xviii, 1-8). It is clear from this that unceasing prayer is not an accidental prescription, but the essential characteristic of the Christian spirit. The life of a Christian, according to the Apostle, 'is hid with Christ in God' (Col. iii. 3). So the Christian must live in God continuously, with attention and feeling: to do this is to pray without ceasing. We are also taught that every Christian is 'the temple of God', in which 'dwelleth the Spirit of God' (I Cor. iii. 16; vi. 19; Rom. viii. 9). It is this 'Spirit', always present and pleading in him, that prays within him 'with groaning that cannot be uttered' (Rom. viii. 26), and so teaches him how to pray without ceasing. It is clear to everyone that the advice of the Apostle is not carried out merely by the practice of established prayers at certain set hours, but requires a permanent walking before God, a dedication of all one's activities to Him who is all-seeing and omni-present, an ever-fervent appeal to heaven with the mind in the heart. The whole of life, in all its manifestations, must be permeated by prayer. But its secret is love for the Lord. As the bride, loving the bridegroom, is not separated from him in remembrance and feeling, so the soul, united with God in love, remains in constancy with Him, directing warm appeals to Him from the heart. 'He that is joined unto the Lord is one spirit'(I Cor. vi. 17). Theophane the Recluse
APPLYING THE READINGS TO THE LITURGY:
Penitential rite: Third form with first or fifth set of sample invocations
Opening Prayer: Alternate
Introduce the general intercessions by emphasizing that as the widow persevered until she was heeded, so too must we persevere in our private and communal prayer.
· For all who have dedicated themselves to God, that the Holy Spirit strengthen and support them in their work;
· For peace among nations, that the love of God be seen in our actions;
· For the aged who suffer from loneliness and infirmity, that they may experience the closeness of God's spirit
· For all of us gathered here, that God will lead us ever-closer to Him and to the eternal blessings he promises.
Introduce the Lord's Prayer by suggesting that Jesus taught us to pray constantly by speaking of God as Abba, showing us a personal God with whom we can communicate interiorly.
Preface: First or eighth preface in Ordinary time
Prayers over the people: 23rd or
Solemn Blessing in Ordinary time: Third
Faith Formation
Prayers of praise, supplication, gratitude, and glorification, as taught in the Lord's prayer will bring you ever-closer to God. Elaborate on those kinds of prayer in your communication with God. Silent prayer may be without conscious thoughts, a simple being with God, loving Him. Listening to Him.
· How can you pray always in spite of having a busy life?
Discuss the various forms of structured and unstructured prayer, such as the Rosary, the Jesus Prayer, Liturgy of the Hours, and private prayer. Dwelling in God's Love is another way of praying always. Look for the good in people as a form of prayer. Cultivate a peaceful life-style so you have time to think about God.
Children's Liturgy of the Word
When you pray to God, first praise Him: "Our Father, Who art in Heaven, hallowed by thy name." Then ask Him to give you what you need, but don't ask for special favors or special signs. Don't ask God to do your work for you. Next, thank Him for what He has given you. Last, glorify Him, by being very aware of His presence and telling Him you are aware of His Glory.
GATHERING SONG:
A Living Hope (Oliver) 61 PMB, 36 RJ, WCH, WW
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name ACH, BB/MI, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
Blest Be the Lord (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS
Canticle of Zachary (Joncas) 316 GTR, BB/MI, 413 JS
Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, JS, RS, WCH, WOV, WP
For the Beauty of the Earth ACH, BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, WCH, WOV, WP
Gather Your People (Hurd) BB/MI, GP2, HM, JS
God's Holy Mountain (Westendorf) 233 PMB, WCH, 7978 WS, WW
God of Abraham (Farrell) BB/MI, GC, JS, OCP
God, Our God of Distant Ages 229 PMB, WCH
I Want to Walk as a Child of the Light 208 GTR, 510 WP, WW
O God, Our Help in Ages Past (Ps. 90) ACH, BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WOV, WP
Rain Down (Cortez) BB/MI, GP2, JS
The Lord Is Near (Dameans) BB, 259 GTR
Trust in the Lord (O'Connor) 151 GP, 248 GPCOMP
What Is Your Name (Huijbers) 194 GTR
Who Are We (Barr) BB/MI, JM 86
With Drums and Dancing (Schutte) BB/MI, 266 GPCOMP, 232 GTR
Yahweh (Norbet) BB/MI, CBW II, GP, JS, PMB, WCH
You Shall Be My People (Ward) WCH, WW
RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
136 SMM, vol. 5 or PFC, vol. 5 (Smith)
Lift Up Your Eyes to the Mountain
(Hansen) OCP
Our Help Is From the Lord BB/MI
Our Help Comes From the Lord (Joncas) 52 GTR
Our Help is in the Name of the Lord (Huijbers) BB/MI, GTR, JS
Our Help Comes in the Name of the Lord (Barr) JS
Psalm 121 (Kechley) 312-40710
Psalm 121 (Bobb) 11-4656
Psalm 121 (Powell) 11-4632
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes (Gailbraith) 332- 13089
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes (Moe) 352-40871
PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS:
A Mighty Fortress BB/MI, CBW II, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
All That is Hidden (Farrell) BB/MI, JS
Be With Me, Lord (Haugen) GPCOMP, GTR, WCH
Because the Lord Is My Shepherd (Walker) BB/MI, GTR, JS
Blessed Are the Poor (Marchionda) WCH, 7854 WS
Center of My Life (Inwood) BB/MI, GC, GTR, JS
Faith of Our Fathers BB/MI, 603 CBW II, 634, 149 PMB, WCH, 571 WP
Here I Am, Lord (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WW
How Shall They Hear the Word of God (Inwood) 7204 STM
I Lift Up My Soul (Manion) 23 GP, 104 GPCOMP
I Look to Mountains High (Caldara, Hopson) HP-MW1236
Keep in Mind (Deiss) BB/MI, 69 PMB, WCH
Lord Be With Us (Walker)BB/MI, JS
My Prayers Rise Like Incense (Ps. 141) 217 PMB, WW
Only In God (Foley) 701 CBW II, 128 GP, 182 GPCOMP
Path of Life (Dameans) 226 GP, 188 GPCOMP
Praise to the Holiest in the Height 651 CBW II, 514 CVH, 131 PMB, 79 WOV
Remember Your Mercy, Lord (Inwood) BB/MI, 356 GTR
We Remember (Haugen) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GPCOMP, GTR, RS, WCH
COMMUNION:
All My Days (Schutte) BB/MI, 2 GP, 7 GPCOMP
Be With Me, Lord (Joncas) BB/MI, CBW III, JS, PMB
Canticle of the Turning (Cooney) GC, RS, G-3407
Dwelling Place (Foley) 710 CBW II, 12 GP 63 GPCOMP
Eat This Bread (Berthier) BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GTR, GPCOMP, RS, WP, WW
Eye Has Not Seen (Haugen) BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GTR, GPCOMP, RS, WCH
God Is My Great Desire 581 WP
Hold Me in Life (Huijbers, Oosterhuis) BB/MI, CBW II, GTR, JS
How Can I Keep from Singing BB/MI, 21 GP, 96 GPCOMP, 260 GTR
I Am the Bread of Life (Toolan) ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, GC, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, WCH, WP
On Eagle's Wings (Joncas) ACH, BB/MI, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, RS, WC, WW
Priestly People (Deiss) 151 PMB, WCH
Shelter Me, O God (Hurd) BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GTR, JS, RS
Shelter Me, O God (Haugen) BB/MI, GC, HS, RS
Towards the Mountains I Lift My Eyes (Bourgeois) 352-00442
We Gather Together ACH, BB, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, LMGM, PMB, RS, WCH, WP
We Shall Be Changed (Ward) 7961 WS
When We Eat This Bread (Joncas) BB/MI, 668 PMB
SONG OF PRAISE:
Christ Is Alive CBW III, CVH, GTR, PMB, RS, WP
I Will Praise You, Lord (Inwood) BB/MI, 24 GTR
Jesu Christe Miserere (Berthier) TAIZE II, 239 GTR
Let Us Be One 676 PMB, WCH
May We Praise You (Foley) BB/MI, GC, GPCOMP, GP, GTR, JS
The Goodness of the Lord (Soper) 9587 OCP
CLOSING SONG:
All Eyes Look With Hope 8481 OCP
Alleluia! Sing to Jesus BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, PMB, RS, WCH, WOV
Christ Be Beside Me CBW II, JS, PMB, WOV, WW
Father, We Thank Thee 676 CBW II, 374 CVH, 121 PMB, 558 WP
God Is My Great Desire 581 WP
God of Our Fathers 660 CVH, 124 PMB, WCH, 764 WP
God's Blessing Sends Us Forth 605 CVH, 153 PMB, WCH
If God Is For Us (Foley) 25 GP, 111 GPCOMP
Let the Heavens Be Glad (Feiten) BB/MI, GTR, JS
Lord of Glory (Manion) BB/MI, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling BB/MI,
CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS, RS, WP
Sent Forth by God's Blessing BB/MI, 149 PMB, WCH
Sing Out Your Praise (Joncas ) WCH, 7937 WS, WW
Table of Plenty BB/MI, JS
The King Shall Come BB, GPCOMP, 12 PMB, 373 WP
Though the Mountains May Fall (Schutte) ACH, BB/MI, CBW II, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS, WC, WW
We Walk By Faith (Haugen) ACH, BB/MI, CBW III, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, GTR, RS, WCH, WP, WW