This year, during Ordinary Time we will sing the Mass parts from the Mass of the Resurrection, as we have sung in the past. If you would like a copy to re-familiarize yourself with the melody, click on the link below to view or print the document. A few copies will be available as you enter church, near the worship aids.
This weekend marks the official start of the Our Shepherds – Our Future Capital Campaign in our parish. A packet has been prepared for each registered parishioner and has been mailed to your home. The packet contains a letter which includes a specific dollar amount that you are asked to prayerfully consider. Please review the campaign material, pray about your response, and continue to spread the positive message about this important effort.
To view all of the Living Stations videos click on the 3 bars in the upper right hand corner that has “1/5” listed below them.
#LivingStationsYM3 The teens of YM3 have been working hard the last few weekends to create the Living Stations as a video series since we couldn’t host it with a live audience under the current guidelines. We will post two Stations a day for all of Holy Week, so please tune in and share! We hope these videos help you contemplate on Our Lord’s Passion and Death during this Passiontide.
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Pleni sunt caeli et terra gloria tua. Hosanna in excelsis. Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Hosanna in excelsis.
Translation: Sanctus = holy Dóminus = Lord Deus = God Sábaoth = of heavenly armies Pleni = full of sunt = are caeli = heaven et = and terra = earth glória = glory tua = your Hosána = praise or adoration excélsis = the highest Benedictus = blessed qui = who venit = (He) comes in nómine = in the name Dómini – of the Lord.
Memorial Acclamation 309-B
Mysterium fidei! Literally: Mysterium = the mystery; fidei = of faith.
The Mystery of Faith! We all respond: Mortem tuam annuntiamus, Domine, et tuam resurrectionem confitemur, donec venias. Mortem = death tuam = Your annuntiamus = we announce or proclaim Domine = Lord.
We proclaim Your death, O Lord. et = and tuam = Your resurectionem = resurrection confitemur = confess.
And confess Your resurrection. donec = until venias = come.
Until You Come The whole acclamation: Mortem tuam annuntiamus, Domine, We proclaim Your death, O Lord, et tuam resurrectionem confitemur, and confess Your resurrection, donec venias. until You come
Agus Dei 313-B
Agnus Dei, Lamb of God qui tolis peccata mundi, who takes away the sins of the world, miserere nobis. have mercy on us. Agnus Dei, Lamb of God qui tolis peccata mundi, who takes away the sins of the world, miserere nobis. have mercy on us. Agnus Dei, Lamb of God qui tolis peccata mundi, who takes away the sins of the world, dona nobis pacem. grant us peace.
What is #GivingTuesday? It is a global day dedicated to giving back; a time to think about giving rather than receiving especially after the commercialism and consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
This year, Bishop Walkowiak is encouraging Catholics to participate by supporting parishes, schools and ministries right here in West Michigan. You are being asked to #GiveCatholicWM on #Giving Tuesday. It is our own local link to this day of giving back.
Here are ways you can participate on Tuesday, Dec. 1:
Donate to #GiveCatholicWM from midnight to 11:59 p.m. Tuesday: http://bit.ly/givecatholicwm. One hundred percent of the donations will go to the earmarked parish, school, or ministry. Credit card fees will not be charged.
Post a status or photo on your social media accounts explaining which parish, school, or ministry you are supporting within our diocese. Use the hashtags #GiveCatholicWM and #GivingTuesday.
Take and post a photo of yourself or your family members sharing what #GiveCatholicWM means to you. Use the hashtags #GiveCatholicWM and #GivingTuesday.
The Diocese of Grand Rapids would love to know how you plan to #GiveCatholicWM. Send your photo to email@example.com and with your permission it may be posted to diocesan social media accounts. If you don’t already follow them on social media, I would encourage you to do so: Facebook: (Diocese of Grand Rapids) Twitter and Instagram (@GRdiocese)