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January 29, 2021

2nd Sunday of Lent, Year B (Feb 28, 20121)


“This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.”

At the Transfiguration, the disciples were in awe as they caught a glimpse of Jesus’ divine glory. They were glad to be there, even as they struggled to understand.

2nd Sunday of Lent, Year B (Feb 28, 20121)

 

Listen to the Podcast:

 

2nd Sunday of Lent Entrance Antiphon Remember Your Compassion, O Lord (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart, Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #69 [Option 2]

Entrance Chant Christ in Me Arise (Trevor Thomson)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #310; Spirit & Song #278; Breaking Bread #518

Responsorial Psalm I Will Walk Before the Lord in the Land of the Living (Casey McKinley)

Spirit & Psalm 2021: p. 100

Gospel Acclamation Praise and Honor to You: Mass of Glory (Ken Canedo and Bob Hurd)

Spirit & Psalm 2021: p. 102

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts Transfigure Us, O Lord (Bob Hurd)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #124; Spirit & Song #164; Breaking Bread #503

2nd Sunday of Lent Communion Antiphon This Is My Beloved Son (Steve Angrisano, Sarah Hart, and Curtis Stephan)

Let Us All Rejoice #70

Communion Chant We Gather as One (Cooper Ray and Josh Blakesley)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #236

Sending Forth Send Your Glory Down (Trevor Thomson and Tom Booth)

Choose Christ Missal 2021 #414; Spirit & Song #229

Liturgy Podcast is a weekly liturgy planning resource for musicians, liturgists, homilists, youth groups, faith sharing groups, and all who look to the liturgical readings for inspiration and nourishment. Join Ken Canedo and Robert Feduccia as they break open the Scripture and play suggested tracks from the Spirit & Song repertoire.

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