Psalm 130 (131)

O Lord, my heart is not proud. 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Psalm 130 (131) complete. R. — Keep my soul in peace before you, O Lord. Psalm 130-1 (pdf) Psalm 130-1 r (pdf) Psalm 130-2 (pdf) Share...

Eternal Rest

A setting, in English, of Requiem Aeternam with verses from Psalm 64. The refrain can be sung on its own and recalls the Latin chant. It was written for annual celebration of Remembrance Sunday where the Roll of Honour is read out and the second half of the refrain is...

Psalm 85 (86)

Turn your ear, O Lord, and give answer 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Psalm 85 (86): 5-6. 9-10. 15-16. r. 5 — O Lord, you are good and forgiving. Psalm 85 (pdf) Psalm 85 r (pdf) Share...

Psalm 64 (65)

To you our praise is due in Sion, O God. 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Psalm 64 (65):10–14. R. Luke 8:8 — Some seed fell into rich soil and produced its crop. Psalm 64 (pdf) Psalm 64 r (pdf) Other Settings Eternal rest Share...

Psalm 49 (50)

The God of gods, the Lord has spoken 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Psalm 49 (50): 1, 8, 12–15. r 23 — I will show God’s salvation to the upright. Three settings, one a through setting which omits a line from v.1, the other 2 to psalm tones.This more...

For God so loved the world

Conceived as an Entrance Song for Maundy Thursday, additional different verses were included for the Sundays of Lent so that a congregation could grow familiar with it. The refrain is intended to be strong, familiar and memorable. In addition to the uses above it has...