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Friday, 14 April 2017

Second Sunday of Easter A

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Liturgical Information

Entrance Antiphon [Introit]:

Like newborn infants, you must long for the pure, spiritual milk,
that in him you may grow to salvation, alleluia. I Peter 2:2 [Roman Missal]
— or —
Receive the joy of your glory, giving thanks to God,
who has called you into the heavenly kingdom, alleluia. IV Ezra 2:36-37 [Roman Missal]
Quasi modo geniti infantes, alleluia: rationalbiles, sine dolo lac concupiscite, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia.
Ps. Exsultate Deo adjutori nostro: jubilate Deo Jacob. [Graduale Romanum, p.216]
Quasi modo geniti infantes, alleluia: rationalbiles, sine dolo lac concupiscite, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia.
Ps. Exsultate Deo adjutori nostro: jubilate Deo Jacob. [Gregorian Missal, p.355]
Choose an Antiphona ad introitum and Psalmus from either of the two Masses for Eastertide, particularly Missa I [Graduale simplex, pp.165-171]
Ego sum pastor bonus, qui pasco oves meas, et pro ovibus meis pono animam meam, alleluia.
Psalm 23, verse 1-9

Other settings and Translations:
  1. As newborn babes, alleluia [Simple English Propers, p.107 (Adam Bartlett)]
  2. Like newborn children [Simple Choral Gradual, p.93 (Richard Rice) CMAA]
  3. Rejoice to the full in the glory [Simple Choral Gradual, p.94 (Richard Rice) CMAA]
  4. Alleluia: This is the day [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.95 / Liturgical Press]

Liturgy of the Word:

  • First Reading:  Acts of the Apostles 2:42-47 And all those who had believed were together, and had all things in common.
  • Between the Readings:
      1. Alleluia, in die resurrectionis meæ [Graduale Romanum, p.216]
      2. Alleluia, in die resurrectionis meæ [Gregorian Missal, p.356]
      3. Alleluia, confitemini Domino [Graduale simplex, p. 167 or 173]
      4. Psalm 118: Today is the day the Lord has made [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.97 / Liturgical Press]
      5. Chabanel Psalmody
      6. Psalm):Psalm 118:2-4 / 13-15 / 22-23  Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love is everlasting. [CBWIII]
  • Second Reading: I Peter 1:3-9 God has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. /v.3]
  • Sequence: Victimæ paschali laudes (optional) The sequence  may be sung optionally on the weekdays during the Octave of Easter, and on the Second Sunday of Easter
      1. Victimæ paschali laudes [Graduale Romanum, p.198]
      2. Victimæ paschali laudes [Gregorian Missal, p.351]
      3. Victimæ paschali laudes [Graduale simplex, p.160]
      4. Victimæ paschali laudes (Antoine Busnois, William Byrd, Orlando di Lasso, Cristóbal de Morales, Oscar Santos, Orazio Tarditi, Tomás Luis de Victoria, )
      5. Christians, prasie the paschal victim! [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.101 / Liturgical Press]
  • Before the Gospel:
      1. Alleluia, post dies octo [Graduale Romanum, p.217]
      2. Alleluia, post dies octo [Gregorian Missal, p.357]
      3. Post dies octo – Mane nobiscum (William Byrd)
      4. Alleluia, confitemini Domino [Graduale simplex, p.168 or 174]
      5. Psalm 114: Alelluia, alleluia [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.98 / Liturgical Press]  Alleluia II
      6. (Gospel Acclamation):Gospel Verse: Jn 20:29 You believe in me, Thomas, because you have seen me, says the Lord; blessed are they who have not seen me, but still believe! [CBWIII]
  • Gospel: John 20:19-31 After eight days Jesus came and stood in their midst.

Offertory Antiphon:

The angel of the Lord descended from heaven. The angel spoke, addressing the women, "You are looking for Jesus, the crucified, but he is not here. He has been raised, exactly as he promised, alleluia. Matthew 28:2b, 5a, 6a **
Verses of Psalm 76 can also be sung between repetitions of the antiphon.
Angelus Domini descendit de cælo, et dixit mulieribus: Quem quæritis, surrexit, sicut dixit, alleluia. [Graduale Romanum, p.217]
Angelus Domini descendit de cælo, et dixit mulieribus: Quem quæritis, surrexit, sicut dixit, alleluia [Gregorian Missal, p.357]
Choose an Antiphona ad offertorium and Psalmus from either of the two Masses for Eastertide, particularly Missa I [Graduale simplex, pp.165-171]
Ad te de luce vigilio, Deus, ut videam virtutem tuam, alleluia.
Psalm 63, verses 1-4

 Other settings and translations
  1. Angelus Domini (Felice Anerio, William Byrd, Joseph Furmanik, Andrea Gabrieli, José Maurício Nunes Garcia, Joseph Gruber, Hans Leo Hassler, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)
  2. The Angel of the Lord [Simple English Propers, p.108 (Adam Bartlett)]
  3. An angel of the Lord [Simple Choral Gradual, p.95 (Richard Rice) CMAA]
  4. The earth trembled [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.103, with Psalm 76 / Liturgical Press]

Communion Antiphon:

Bring your hand and feel the place of the nails,
and do not be unbelieving but believing, alleluia. John 20:27 [Roman Missal]
Mitte manum tuam, et cognosce loca clavorum, alleluia: et noli esse incredulus, sed fidelis, alleluia, alleluia. John 20:27 [Graduale Romanum, p.218]
Psalm 118:1,2,5,8,10,11,13,14,15,16,17,21,22,23,24,25,26,28,29 can also be sung between repetitions of this antiphon.
Mitte manum tuam, et cognosce loca clavorum, alleluia: et noli esse incredulus, sed fidelis, alleluia, alleluia. I Cor 5:7-8 [Gregorian Missal, p.358]
Choose an Antiphona ad communionem and Psalmus from either of the two Masses for Eastertide, particularly Missa I [Graduale simplex, pp.165-171]
In Galilæa Iesum videbitis sicut dixit vobis, alleluia.
Psalm 16, verses 1-10

Other settings and translations
  1. Stretch forth your hand [Simple English Propers, p.109 (Adam Bartlett)]
  2. Jesus spoke to Thomas [Simple Choral Gradual, p.96 (Richard Rice) CMAA]
  3. Christ, our paschal lamb [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.103, with Psalm 66 / Liturgical Press]
  4. Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia [By Flowing Waters (Paul Ford) p.104, with Psalm 105 / Liturgical Press]]
Mass settings:
  1. Missa I – Lux et origo (Gregorian chant) [Graduale Romanum, p.710]
  2. Missa I – Lux et origo (Gregorian chant) [Graduale simplex, p.75]
  3. Missa Jubilate Deo

Other liturgical music

  • Blessed Be God (James Chepponis) [GIA Publications]
  • Common Psalms for Schools & Parishes (Thomas Cosley)
  • Gospel Fanfare for Easter Morning (James Biery) [GIA Publications]
  • Graduale Romanum [Solesmes edition]
  • Graduale simplex [Vatican edition]
  • Gregorian Missal [Solesmes edition]
  • Let All the Earth (Christopher Willcock) [OCP]
  • Like a Deer That Longs (John E. Sittard)
  • Paschal Gloria (J. William Greene)
  • Praises to the Paschal Victim
  • Processional Alleluia (Howard Hughes SM) [GIA Publications]
  • Te Deum: We Praise You, O God (J. William Greene) 
  • This Day Was Made by the Lord (Christopher Walker) [Oregon Catholic Press]
  • Victimæ paschali laudes (Gregorian chant) Proper Sequence for Easter Sunday [Graduale Romanum, p.198, Gregorian Missal, p.351, Graduale simplex, p.160, Liber usualis, p.780]
  • Vidi aquam (Gregorian chant) Proper chant for Sprinkling Rite [Liber usualis, p.12]

Hymns

  • Christ Is Alive (, CBWII #504)
  • Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain (AH #417)
  • O (Ye) Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing (CBWII #506, AH #412)
  • Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven ( CBWII #650,)
  • There's A Wideness in God's Mercy (CBWIII)
  • This Is the Day ( CBWII #589)

Choral Music

  • Be Joyful in the Lord (François Couperin) [Concordia]
  • Blessed Be the God and Father (S.S. Wesley)
  • Christ, Our Passover (Healey Willan)
  • Christ the Lord Is Risen Again; (John Rutter)
  • Easter Anthem: The Lord Is Risen (G.F. Handel) [Cantate Music Press]
  • Exsultate justi in Domino (Ludovico da Viadana)
  • Finished the Strife (Ottomanyi)
  • Gelobet sei Gott (G.P. Telemann)
  • Humbly I Adore Thee (J. David Hart)
  • Light's Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky (Melchior Vulpius)
  • Misericordia Domini (G.O. Pitoni)
  • Most Glorious Lord of Life (W.H. Harris)
  • Quia vidisti me, Thoma (Hans Leo Hassler) [Concordia]
  • Quia vidisti me, Thoma (Luca Marenzio, Claudio Monteverdi, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)

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