You Are My Inheritance (Psalm 16)

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Responsorial psalm for the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C. Taken from Psalm 16, this is set to a slow, respectful 4/4 time signature to show gratitude that our real treasure and the inheritance we pass on to future generations is the Lord.

Response text: “You are my inheritance, O Lord.”

(This was composed for the Sunday of 06/26/2016).

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Thirsting For You II (Psalm 63)

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Responsorial psalm for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C. Taken from Psalm 63, this is set to a moderate 3/4 time signature and conveys yearning for the Lord as if our souls were deserts. This is the second version of this responsorial psalm that I’ve set to music. The first is here.

Response text: “My soul is thirsting for you, O Lord, my God.”

(This was composed for the Sunday of 06/19/2016).

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Forgive the Wrong I Have Done (Psalm 32)

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Responsorial psalm for the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C. Taken from Psalm 32, this psalm is set to a moderate 3/4 time signature and is a plaintive song conveying our sorrow and repentance and the Lord’s mercy.

Response text: “Lord, forgive the wrong I have done.”

(This was composed for the Sunday of 06/12/2016).

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You Have Rescued Me (Psalm 30)

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Responsorial psalm for the 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C. Taken from Psalm 30, the psalm is set to a moderate 3/4 waltz tempo meant to indicate the joy of salvation in the Lord.

Response text: I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me.

(This was composed for the Sunday of 06/05/2016).

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You Are a Priest Forever (Psalm 110)

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Responsorial psalm for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). Taken from Psalm 110, the response has a masculine, military rhythm, symbolic of the marching orders given to all disciples whether clergy or laity — that we are all priests called to serve in our own ways, called to seek first the Kingdom of God.

“You are a priest forever, in the line of Melchizedek.”

(This was composed for the Sunday of 5/29/2016).

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