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This is the Responsorial Psalm for the 5th Sunday of Lent, cycle A.
A song of trust in the Lord’s mercy and redemption.

Download the music sheet after the jump.

Download Links:
PDF of the music piece.
MuseScore file used to assemble the music piece.
[No audio or video for this song unfortunately.]

Usage Notes:
Sing the response twice at the start and end of the song. Sing only once in between verses.

Story Behind the Song:
This was written in the Gregorian chant style, though it adheres to a strict rhythm.
My apologies for the lack of audio or video. My family and I were on vacation. I’ll try to get back into the swing of recording video soon. For now, I appreciate your patience.

Prayer-ware Intention:
Feel free to use this music for all non-commercial purposes. I ask for no payments or donations. I do however ask that you please pray for an intention for each song you use.

For this psalm, please pray for:
all those who’ve left the Catholic Church — that they might see the truth in Christ, and return. Because with the Lord there is mercy and in His church is the fullness of the faith.

Final Word:
If this music is a blessing to you, feel free to spread the word. Join me on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/MassMusicByLionel) so you get the latest music pieces and videos — much earlier than on this blog. Why? It’s much easier to immediately post a link to an uploaded music piece or video via Facebook than it is to sit down and write a complete blog entry!

God bless your music ministries. May you be used to spread the love and joy of Jesus our Lord through the music He’s blessed you with.

Christus am See Tiberias by Jacopo Tintoretto. circa 1560

Christus am See Tiberias by Jacopo Tintoretto. circa 1560