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All That We Have (Gary Ault)

Practicing a beautiful song written by Gary Ault, "All That We Have." Accompaniment written by Gary Daigle. Copyright 1969, 1979, Damean Music.

All that we have and all that we offer
Comes from a heart both frightened and free.
Take what we bring now and give what we need.
All done in his name.

Some would rely on their power,
Others put trust in their gold.
Some have only their Savior,
Whose faithfulness never grows old.

Sometimes the road may be lonesome,
Often we may lose our way;
Take courage and always remember
Love isn't just for a day.

Sometimes when troubles are many,
Life can seem empty, it's true,
But look at the life of the Master,
Who lovingly suffered for you.

Psalm 126: The Lord Has Done Great Things For Us (The Grail 1963, Michel Guimont)

Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 126. Copyright GIA Publications. The verses are from The Grail (1963). Music setting by Michel Guimont, Conception Abbey. Voice and guitar: Richard Schletty. Piano: Mary Joy Rieder. Compare to pre-2010 version:


The Lord has done great things for us, we are filled with joy.


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The Love of the Lord by Michael Joncas

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The Love of the Lord presented by Richard and Mary Joy at St. Mary's Church.

1. All that I counted as gain now I consider as loss,
Empty and worthless to me in the light of the love of the Lord.

2. Riches and honors will fade, earthly delights disappear, 
Fade like the grass of the field in the light of the love of the Lord.

What more could bring us hope than to know the pow'r of his life? 
What more could bring us peace than to share in his suff'ring and death? 
What more could be our final wish than to live in the love of the Lord?

3. Silver and gold have I none, no land to count as my home,
Yet wealth beyond measure I own in the light of the love of the Lord.

4. Faith is the wealth I possess finding its source in my God;
Faith in the promise of Christ is my life and my love in the Lord. (2)

The Love of the Lord, by J. Michael Joncas. © 1988, GIA Publications, Chicago, IL.

Listen at YouTube to the production recording from the album "God of Life and of the Living."

My Soul In Stillness Waits

My Soul In Stillness Waits. Sung at 4:30 Mass at St. Mary's Church 11/28/2015. First Sunday of Advent. Written by Marty Haugen. © 1983, GIA Publications, Inc. Sung and played by Richard Schletty. 

Precious Lord

4:45 minutes (5.43 MB).

Psalm 93: The Lord Is King; He Is Robed in Majesty (Guimont)

Psalm 93: The Lord Is King; He Is Robed in Majesty. Responsorial Psalm for Feast of Christ the King, Cycle B. Music by Michel Guimont. Text for verses: The Revised Grail Songs, (c) 2010, Conception Abbey and The Grail, admin. by GIA Publications, Inc.; Refrain, Lectionary for Mass, (c) ICEL

Christ the King - B

R. The Lord is king; he is robed in majesty.

The LORD is king, with majesty enrobed.
     The LORD has robed himself with might;
     he has girded himself with power.

The world you made firm, not to be moved;
     your throne has stood firm from of old.
     From all eternity, O LORD, you are.

Truly your decrees are to be trusted.
     Holiness is fitting to your house,
     O LORD, until the end of time.

The English translation of the Psalm Response from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.

The Revised Grail Psalms Copyright © 2010, Conception Abbey/The Grail, admin. by GIA Publications, Inc., All rights reserved.

The Revised Grail Psalms were confirmed by decree of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments on March 19, 2010 (Prot. N. 172/09/L).

Psalm 122: Let Us Go Rejoicing to the House of the Lord (Guimont)

Practicing Psalm 122 for Feast of Christ the King. This responsorial psalm is for Cycle C in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar. It is the revised 2010 setting by Michel Guimont. Words from the Grail (c) Conception Abbey and GIA Publications.

PDF Download: Hymnal by Fr. John Selner (1954)

A free download from Jeff Ostrowski at Corpus Christi Watershed.

Hymnal by Fr. John Selner (1954) – 154 pages

TODAY, FOR THE FIRST TIME, you can download a rare 1954 hymnal by Fr. John Selner. In the past, I’ve mentioned that some of the old Catholic hymnals were pretty awful, but this one is splendid. Since part of my involvement with a special hymn project requires searching through rare hymn books, I decided to share this one with you...

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