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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.08 #781
JR... grabe, ngayon ko lang ulit nabuksan ang thread na ito... laki ng advance.... up to March... mukhang kasunod na nito ay Lenten Season na ah. Big thanks for the effort, we truly appreciate the help you're extending to all community members
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.14 #782
Alex,

Yr very welcome. Ey teka, may bayad yung mga yan. Like maybe a pet kangaroo.

Paging yung mga madaming blessings at comfortable ang buhay at nasa abroad hehehe. Nag-reraise po ako ng funds para sa isang laptop for the parish....Medyo naghihikahos na itong ginagamit namen, kumukurap-kurap at kumikindat kindat na yung screen. Any help would be very much apprecia8ted.

Anyway, here's my take for the 1st Sunday of Lent.

SONG LINE UP SUGGESTIONS
Sunday, 13 Mar 2011
First Sunday of Lent

Readings

1R:Genesis 2:7-9, 3:1-7. The Fall of Man. Serpent tempts Eve, who eats the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, and then gives it to Adam, who also eats it. The couple realize that they’re naked, and clothe themselves.

RP:51 “Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned.”

2R: Romans 5:12-19 (or Romans 5:12, 17-19) Through one human person (Adam), sin entered the world. Very appropriately, it is through one both human and divine person (Jesus Christ) that the world would be saved.

G: Matthew 4:1-11 is about the Temptation of Jesus in the desert. The serpent would attempt to make Jesus succumb to the lures of food, wealth, honor and power. Jesus would resist them all.

Notes:
1. Turn down the volume. Musical instruments during Lent should give only the bare minimum/necessary support to the singing. Sustenance lang. Kailangan kasi maramdaman and ma-realize ng mga taong assembled that this is a season very different from other liturgical seasons. (Parallel with this toned-down instruments, wala ding flowers sa altar.)
2. No Gloria and No Alleluia
3. In external manifestation (output terms), Lent is about increased prayer, increased penitence, increased remorse or regret or repentance, increased fasting, increased almsgiving.

Filipino:

E:
1. Alay sa Kapwa (Esteban & Hontiveros)
2. Buksan ang aming puso (Tinio & Hontiveros)
3. Dinggin Mo (Esteban & Hontiveros) Prioritize Stanza 1.

Walang Gloria.

Verse before the Gospel:
1. “Wika Mo’y aming diringgin...”
2. Sing the acclamation to the tune of Pasyon.
3. See BP thread entitled Lenten Gospel Acclamation (in lieu of Alleluia)

P of the G:
1. Kung ‘Yong nanaisin (Francisco)
2. A modified version of Unang Alay (Magnaye) para merong Lenten notion:
Lent is about increased prayer, almsgiving, penance, mortification, fasting.

...Tanda ng bawat pusong, ‘pagkat inibig Mo,
Ngayo’y nagtitika’t nagdarasal sa ‘Yo.

Or ...Tanda ng bawat pusong, ‘pagkat inibig Mo,
Ngayo’y humihingi ng patawad sa ‘Yo.

koda:
Ngayo’y nananalig (nagsisisi)
Naglilimos (sumasamba)
Nagtitika’t (nagdarasal) sa ‘Yo.

Or Koda:

Ngayo’y nag-aalay (ng ayuno)
Naglilimos, (nagsisisi)
Nagtitika’t (nagdrasal) sa Yo.

Pili na lang.

Avoid Dakilang Amen (Francisco) at least for this season.

C:
1. Hiram sa Diyos swak sa 2R
2. Likhain Mong muli (Alejo & Francisco)
3. Maging Akin Muli (Aquino)
4. Huwag Mabalisa (Aquino)
5. Saan kami tutungo? (Macalinao & Hontiveros)
6. Pwede din ang Tinapay ng Buhay, swak din dun sa part ng Gospel where Jesus says to the devil, “Man does not live by bread alone.”

R: Pananagutan

English:

E: Hosea (Norbet)

Walang Gloria.

Verse before the Gospel: See thread entitled Lenten Gospel (in lieu of Alleluia)
Whatever you do, do not sing Alleluia; walang Alleluia kapag Lent.

P of the G: Prayer of Rupert Mayer (Francisco)

C:
1. Empty Space (Go & Francisco)
2. Father, Mercy (Dufford) sobrang swak sa RP
3. God of silence (Francisco)
4. Here in this Place (Haas)
5. On Eagle’s Wings (Joncas) Prioritize Stanza 4. Sobrang swak sa G.

R: I am the Bread of Life (Toolan)
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.23 #783
Ano po magandang line up para sa THREE KINGS na mass?
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.26 #784
2nd Sunday of Lent
March 20, 2011

READINGS

1R: Genesis 12:1-4
God tells Abr(ah)am to NOT BE AFRAID to leave his homeland. Abram, together with his nephew Lot, obeys.

RP: 33: Lord, let Your mercy be on us, as we place our trust in You.

2R: 2 Timothy 1:8-10
Bear your share of hardship for the Gospel.... "destroyed death and brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel."

G: Matthew 17:1-9 tells about the Transfiguration of Jesus. He brought along His apostles Peter, James and John up a high mountain. Jesus was transfigured before them, and His face shone like the sun and His clothes became as white as light. Then Moses and Elijah appeared. Peter offers to build tents for them. God says, “This is My beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to Him.” The apostles became afraid at all these wondrous things. Christ tells them, “DO NOT BE AFRAID. Do not tell the vision to anyone until the Son of Man has been raised from the dead.”

Themes:
1. DO NOT FEAR!
2. LIGHT

Suggested Song Lineup

Filipino

E: Buksan ang aming puso (Tinio & Hontiveros)

O:
1. Isang Pagkain, 1 Katawan, 1 Bayan (San Pedro) “May buhay na walang hanggan” is swak sa 2R.
2. Narito ako (San Andres) swak sa 2R
3. Kung ‘Yong nanaisin (Francisco)

C:
1. Huwag kang mangamba (Pagsanghan & Francisco) swak sa 1R
2. Huwag mangamba (Francisco) swak sa 1R
3. Liwanag ng aming puso (Tagle & Hontiveros)
4. Liwanagan Mo Jesus (Aquino)
5. Manalig ka (Perez)
6. Saan kami tutungo (Macalinao & Hontiveros)
7. Ama kong Mahal (Aquino)

R: Alay sa Kapwa (Esteban & Hontiveros)



English

E: Save us, O Lord (Dufford)

O:
1. Earthen Vessels (Foley)
2. Prayer of Rupert Meyer (Francisco)

C:
1. Be Not Afraid (Dufford)
2. Far Greater Love (Go & Francisco)
3. Now we remain (Haas)
4. Only this I want (Schutte) Prioritize Stanza 2.
5. Yahweh the Faithful One (Schutte) Do not forget to change “Yahweh’s love” to “The Lord’s love”. This song is sobrang swak sa 1R, stanza for stanza.
6. On eagle’s wings (Joncas) “shine like the sun”
7. Prayer for Peace (Haas) change “peace” to “light”
8. Empty Space (Go & Francisco)

R:
1. What you hear in the dark (Schutte) Prioritize stanzas 1 & 2.
2. I'm having 2nd thoughts on this song for Lent: Shine, Jesus, shine. Isn't it too, uhh, happy? What do you think?

I remember that the 4th Sunday of Lent is a short reprieve from the penitential spirit of Lent, but not the 2nd Sunday. Laetere Sunday ang tawag sa 4th Sunday of Lent. Sana nilagay na lang ng mga early Church fathers ang Gospel reading about the Transfiguration sa 4th Sunday of Lent, rather than the 2nd.
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.27 #785
27 March 2011
3rd Sunday of Lent in Year A

Readings:

1R: Exodus 17:3-7: The Israelites, recently freed from the Egyptians, but stuck in the desert, were angry at Moses, for they were already thirsty. God instructs Moses to strike the rock in Horeb, and water will flow from it.

RP: 95 If today you hear His voice, harden not your hearts.

2R: Romans 5:1-2, 5-8. We humans were justified through Jesus, Who died for us.

G: Jesus and the Samaritan woman Jn 4:5-42.

Important Concepts/Themes:

1. Water
2. No difference between Gentiles or Jews, or in this case, Samaritans or Jews
3. The hour
4. God's Spirit
5. Believing
6. The Lord in our midst.
7. Justification
8. Christ died for us. The proof of God's love for us is that Jesus died for us.

SUGGESTED SONG LINE-UP

Filipino:

E: Buksan ang aming puso (Tinio & Hontiveros)

O:
1. Kung 'Yong Nanaisin (Francisco)
2. Unang Alay (Magnaye)

Ever heard of MOVE UP?

It is an acronym for Message is One; Voice is One, and Effectivity Goes Up. In your choice of songs, strive to choose songs that when put together express one message, and repeating the same idea gets the message across to the congregation assembled. The message will more probably be remembered.

Consider: LENT is the season most especially for:
a. increased PRAYER
b. increased PENITENCE
c. increased ALMSGIVING
d. increased SACRIFICE

Consider changing "Ngayo'y nanalig, nagmamahal sa 'Yo" to "Ngayo'y nag-aalay ng ayuno sa 'Yo."

If your choir sings the KODA, you deliver one very strong message when you sing "Ngayo'y naglilimos (nagsisisi), nagtitika (nagdarasal), nag-aalay (ng ayuno) sa 'Yo."

C:
1. Likhain Mong muli (Alejo & Francisco)
2. Maging Akin muli (Aquino)
3. Tubig ng buhay (Valdellon) sobrang swak sa 1R and sa G.

R: Alay sa kapwa (Esteban & Hontiveros)


English:

E: Way of the Cross (Francisco). Prioritize Stanza 2, and 5. Kung natapos na itong dalawang stanzang ito at hindi pa rin dumarating si Father in his place sa altar, sing Stanza 13 also.

O:
1. One bread, one body (Foley)
2. Prayer of Rupert Mayer
3. Dwelling Place

C: Dami pwedeng pagpilian:

1. Anima Christi (Arboleda) "Water from the side of Christ"
2. As water to the thirsty (Haas)
3. Be not afraid (Dufford)
4. Behold the wood (Schutte)
5. Father, mercy (Dufford)
6. I seek You for I thirst (Valdellon)
7. In Him alone (Francisco)
8. Water of Life (Haas)
9. We Remember (Haugen)
10. XXX (Medina)

R: Save us, O Lord (Dufford)
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.30 #786
wow! effort talaga to share the lineup! salamat po... magagamit ko po iyan...=)
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.30 #787
Nakaktuwa naman..dati rati ang hirap mag-isip ng lineup, ngayon, nakalatag na!
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.30 #788
Jojit and westertam, glad to be of help.

4th Sunday of Lent (Laetere Sunday)
April 3, 2011

READINGS

1R: 1 Samuel 16: 1, 6-7, 10-13
God tells Samuel to go to Jesse of Bethlehem, where He has chosen a new king in place of Saul. Samuel obeyed, and, seeing one of Jesse’s (7 + 1) sons, Eliab, taught of the latter as chosen by God to be the next king. But no, God chose the youngest one, David, who was out tending sheep. At David’s appearance, Samuel anointed him in the midst of his brothers.

RP: 23: The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want.

2R: Ephesians 5:8-14
You were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light. Therefore awake, and Christ will give you light.

G: John 9:1-41 is about Jesus and the man born blind.
1. Jesus saw him, spat on the ground and made clay with the saliva, and put it in his eyes.
2. Jesus instructs him to go wash his eyes.
3. The blind man does as instructed and is healed.
4. The formerly blind man’s neighbors, and the Pharisees make a big fuzz about such, and dahel naasar sila, ipinatapon ang healed man.
5. When Jesus heard that they had thrown him out, Jesus looked for him, found him and asked if he believed in the Son of Man.
6. The healed man said yes, and asked where can I find Him.
7. Jesus said, “You have seen Him, and the One speaking with you is He."
8. The healed man said, “I do believe, Lord,” and worshipped Jesus.

Important Concepts/Ideas/Themes
1. Sight
2. Signs
3. “I do believe”
4. chosenness
5. Not as man sees does God see, because man sees the appearance, but the Lord looks into the heart.
6. anointing
7. the Good Shepherd
8. Light; children of light
9. Awake/Arise
10. Laetere Sunday (rejoicing)

Suggested Song Lineup

Filipino

E:
1. Buksan ang aming puso (Tinio & Hontiveros)
2. Alay Kapwa (Tinio & Hontiveros)
3. Pagmamahal sa Panginoon (Hontiveros)

During Lent, walang Gloria. Wala rin alleluia. Ang meron verse before the Gospel.

O:
1. Mula sa ‘Yo (Francisco)
2. Kung ‘Yong nanaisin (Francisco)
3. Unang Alay (Magnaye) as previously revised

Ever heard of MOVE UP?

It is an acronym for Message is One; Voice is One, and Effectivity Goes Up. In your choice of songs, strive to choose songs that when put together express one message, and repeating the same idea gets the message across to the congregation assembled. The message will more probably be remembered.

Consider: LENT is the season most especially for:
a. increased PRAYER
b. increased PENITENCE
c. increased ALMSGIVING
d. increased SACRIFICE

Consider changing "Ngayo'y nanalig, nagmamahal sa 'Yo" to "Ngayo'y nag-aalay ng ayuno sa 'Yo."

If your choir sings the KODA, you deliver one very strong message when you sing "Ngayo'y naglilimos (nagsisisi), nagtitika (nagdarasal), nag-aalay (ng ayuno) sa 'Yo."

C: Dami pwede pagpilian:
1. Ang Panginoon ang aking pastol (Isidro & Ramirez)
2. Ang Mabuting Pastol (Hontiveros)
3. Awit ng Paghilom (Aquino)
4. Kaibigan
5. Likhain Mong muli (Alejo & Francisco)
6. Liwanag ng aming puso (Tagle & Hontiveros)
7. Liwanagan Mo Jesus (Aquino)
8. Maging akin muli (Aquino)
9. Manalig ka (Perez)
10. Manatili ka (Francisco)

R:
1. Alay sa Kapwa (Esteban & Hontiveros)
2. E3 if not used as entrance song


English

E:
1. Save us, O Lord (Dufford)
2. City of God (Schutte)
3. I Rejoiced (Foley) Best choice. Just the right tone for rejoicing mixed with penitence.
4. Way of the Cross (Francisco) Sing:
Refrain, then
Stanza 9 “Christ, Son of David, stripped of His glory, He leads the way of the cross.” then
Refrain, then
Stanza 10 “Christ, Good Shepherd, on the cross crucified, He leads the way of the cross.” then
Refrain

During Lent, walang Gloria/Papuri. Wala ding Alleluia. Ang meron is verse before the Gospel.

O: Prayer of Rupert Meyer (Francisco)

C:
1. Anima Christi (Arboleda)
2. Here I am Lord (Schutte)
3. Now we remain (Haas)
4. Theme from the Cardinal
5. Valleys of Green (Schutte)

R:
1. Taste and See (Agatep). Don’t forget to replace Stanza 1’s “My soul glories in Yahweh” and “Proclaim the greatness of Yahwheh” to “My soul glories in my Lord” and “Proclaim the greatness of my Lord.”
2. Lo, how a rose e'er blooming. Sing Stanzas 1 & 3.

I know; i know many perceive this is a Christmas song. Actually, only stanza 2 is a Christmas song. But I've always considered this as the song for the 4th Sunday of Lent.

Consider:

1. Laetere Sunday is Rose Sunday. Priests have the option to wear rose na stola rather than purple.
2. Popes traditionally give to Catholic sovereigns the gold rose.
3. Jesse's lineage in Stanza 1 is swak sa 1R.
4. Stanza 3's darkness and light is swak sa 2R.
5. Stanza 3's true man yet very God; from sin and death He saves us can be interpreted to be the song of the man born blind in G.

Kung may kokontra senyo, uhh, bahala cla hehehe. Some songs are simply better chopped.

For example, Let heaven rejoice by Dufford.

Stanzas 1 & 2 can be used from late November (kapag ang Gospels are about eschatology) well into the early part of Advent.
Stanza 3 is most appropriate for Easter season.
Stanza 4 is best for Ordinary Time and Easter season.
Stanza 5 is good for Epiphany of the Lord (Three Kings) and Christmas season.
Stanza 6 is good for Christmas midnight, day, and season.
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 10.12.30 #789
5th Sunday of Lent
April 10, 2011

READINGS
1R: Ezekiel 37:12-14
I will open your graves and have you rise from them, and bring you back to the land of Israel. Then you shall know that I am the Lord.

RP: 130: With the Lord there is mercy, and fullness of redemption.

2R: Romans 8:8-11
If the Spirit of One Who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, the One Who raised Christ from the dead will give life to your mortal bodies also, through His Spirit that dwells in you.

G: John 11:3-7, 17, 20-27, 33-45. Jesus raises Lazarus to life.

Important Concepts/Ideas/Themes: Raising to life, the resurrection of the body, and the like

Suggested Song Lineup
Filipino

E:
1. Buksan ang aming puso (Tinio & Hontiveros)
2. Alay sa Kapwa (Esteban & Hontiveros)
3. Dinggin Mo (Esteban & Hontiveros)

During Lent, walang Papuri/Gloria. Wala ring Alleluia. Ang meron verse before the Gospel.

O:
1. Isang Pagkain, 1 katawan, 1 bayan (San Pedro)
2. Paghahandog ng Puso (Minsan Lamang) by Nero & Que
3. Sumasamo kami (Judan)
4. Unang Alay as previously revised

Ever heard of MOVE UP?

It is an acronym for Message is One; Voice is One, and Effectivity Goes Up. In your choice of songs, strive to choose songs that when put together express one message, and repeating the same idea gets the message across to the congregation assembled. The message will more probably be remembered.

Consider: LENT is the season most especially for:
a. increased PRAYER
b. increased PENITENCE
c. increased ALMSGIVING
d. increased SACRIFICE

Consider changing "Ngayo'y nanalig, nagmamahal sa 'Yo" to "Ngayo'y nag-aalay ng ayuno sa 'Yo."

If your choir sings the KODA, you deliver one very strong message when you sing "Ngayo'y naglilimos (nagsisisi), nagtitika (nagdarasal), nag-aalay (ng ayuno) sa 'Yo."

C:
1. Hindi kita Malilimutan (Pagsanghan & Francisco)
2. Hiram sa Diyos
3. Manalig ka (Perez)
4. Pagtitipan
5. Sa Dapit Hapon (Tabuena & Hontiveros)
6. Sino kayo? (Javellana & Que)

R:
1. Sino’ng makapaghihiwalay (Anunciata)
2. E2 if not used as entrance song

English

E:
1. Save us, O Lord (Dufford)
2. Hosea (Norbet)

During Lent, walang Gloria/Papuri. Wala ding alleluia. Ang meron lang is Verse before the Gospel.

O: Prayer of Rupert Meyer (Francisco)

C:
1. Anima Christi (Arboleda)
2. At home in our hearts (Francisco) The song of Martha ito. Si Lazarus yung tinutukoy as "Jesus' friend". Siya yung iniyakan ni Jesus.
3. Hosea (Norbet) if not used as entrance song
4. On eagle’s wings (Joncas)
5. You are mine (Haas)

R: I am the Bread of Life (Toolan) Go straight to stanzas 4 & 5.
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Re: Lineup Every Sunday, Posted 11.01.01 #790
SONG LINE UP SUGGESTIONS

Apr 17, 2011
Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion

Ideally you should kick off at some place other than the actual Church, ‘cause you’re gonna have a procession. Wherever that place is, the Mass actually starts there, not at the Church. And have your palms blessed there.

Reading at the blessing of palms: In Matthew 21:1-11, Jesus instructs two apostles to go get the donkey that they shall find in the next village. These two do so, and put their cloaks on top of the donkey. Riding that, Jesus triumphantly enters Jerusalem, as people lay their cloaks on the road, while others cut branches and lay them down and sing “Hosanna to the Son of David.”

Strictly speaking, dito lang talaga dapat binebless ang palaspas. Ideally dapat walang blessing ng palaspas sa ibang Misa other than the First Mass, or rather, the Mass with the procession. Kaso nga lang not all people are morning persons d ba, kaya minsan binebless pa rin ni Father ang mga palaspas sa iba ding Misa.

Songs for the Procession:

Filipino:
1. Hosanna sa Anak ni David
2. Mabuhay ang Anak ni David

English: Hosanna to the Son of David

Please note that this section/procession occurs only once during the entire day, even if you have multiple Masses. Like for instance, only before the first Mass. All other Masses after that Mass, wala ng prusisyon.

In the first Mass, please consider the above as your entrance song to acknowledge that the Mass did not begin at the Church, but at the place where the people congregated. Pagdating ninyo sa simbahan, First Reading na kaagad.

For all other Masses during the day, the Hosannas shall serve as your actual entrance song, and the common way of the order of the parts of the Mass follows.

Readings:

1R: Isaiah 50:4-7 I have not rebelled, and I have not turned back. I gave My back to those who beat Me, my cheeks to those who plucked my beard; My face I did not shield from buffets and spitting.

RP: 22 “My God, my God, why have You abandoned Me?”

2R: Philippians 2:6-11 Though Christ Jesus was in the form of God, He did not regard equality with with God something to be grasped. Rather, He emptied Himself, taking in the form of a slave.

G: Matthew 27:33-54 The Crucifixion and Death of Jesus


Filipino:

Walang Papuri. Walang Aleluya. Put the verse in tonong Pasyon.

P of the G:
1. Alay Kapwa (Tinio & Hontiveros)
2. Kung ‘Yong nanaisin (Francisco)
3. Panalanging Maging Bukas Palad (Rodrigo + Ramirez)

This is a good Sunday to ask permission if you could sing your best and grandest Santo/Osana. If your choir could do multiple voices, do so, or do it in Latin/Gregorian chant. Wag lang mag-over ha. We still are in Lent, when songs are toned down. If you do it acapella, that would be great, kasi technically, wala kayong instrument, so technically you are not accompanied with music that during this liturgical season should be of such quality that merely sustains the singing.

C: Sobrang dami pwede pagpilian:
1. Ang kaluluwa ko’y nauuhaw (Isidro & Que)
2. Kaibigan, Kapanalig (Ofrasio + Hontiveros)
3. P of the G 2 if not used as offertory song
4. Dakilang Pag-ibig (Pangilinan & Hontiveros)
5. Diyos ay Pag-ibig
6. Gabing Kulimlim (Arboleda & Francisco)
7. Halina, lumapit sa Akin (Isidro & Que)
8. Hiram sa Diiyos
9. Huwag kang mangamba (Pagsanghan & Francisco)
10. H’wag mangamba (Francisco)
11. Likhain Mong muli (Alejo & Francisco)
12. Maging akin muli (Aquino)
13. Manatili ka (Francisco)
14. Nang buo kong buhay (Alejo & Hontiveros)
15. O Diyos, iniibig kita (Rodrigo & Hontiveros)
16. O Hesus, hilumin Mo (Francisco)
17. Pag-alabin aming puso (Francisco)
18. Pagbabalik (Alcaraz & Francisco)
19. Pagkabighani (Alejo & Francisco)
20. Pag-ibig ko (Cenzon)
21. Pagtitipan (Javellana & Hontiveros)
22. Pintig ng Puso Ko (Table & Hontiveros)
23. Sa Dapit-Hapon (Tabuena & Hontiveros)
24. Saan kami tutungo (Macalinao & Hontiveros)
25. Tingnan ang tao sa Krus (Alejo & Hontiveros)

R: Consider:
1. Alay sa Kapwa (Esteban & Hontiveros)
2. Maliban na mahulog sa lupa
3. Pananagutan (Hontiveros)


English:

No Glory to God. No Alleluia. Put the verse in tonong Pasyon.

P of the G: Prayer of Rupert Mayer (Francisco)
This is a good Sunday to ask permission if you could sing your best and grandest Santo/Osana. If your choir could do multiple voices, do so, or do it in Latin/Gregorian chant. Wag lang mag-over ha. We still are in Lent, when songs are toned down. If you do it acapella, that would be great, kasi technically, wala kayong instrument, so technically you are not accompanied with music that during this liturgical season should be of such quality that merely sustains the singing.

C: Sobrang dami Pwedeng pagpilian:
1. Behold the Wood (Schutte)
2. Wood of the Cross
3. Anima Christi (Arboleda)
4. Empty Space (Go & Francisco) This song is dual purpose: Sacred Heart & Lent.
5. Father, mercy (Dufford)
6. God of silence (Francisco)
7. Hosea (Norbet)
8. If I could touch you (Francisco)
9. Jesus on the cross (Go & Francisco)
10. Now we remain (Haas)
11. Only this I want (Schutte)
12. So the love of God (Schutte)
13. Theme from the cardinal
14. Turn to me (Foley)
15. You are Mine (Haas)

R: Save us O Lord (Dufford)
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