The Holy Hour for Life scheduled for Sunday, January 20th at 5pm at Sacred Heart has been cancelled due to inclement weather.

Wedding Preparation - Music Suggestions - St. Ann

GATHERING RITE

The Gathering Rite is intended to bring us in from our individual lives and form us into one worshipping community, part of the One Body of the Lord.
 

Prelude

  Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)
    Come and Journey (David Haas)
    Faith, Hope and Love (David Haas)
    Hail Mary: Gentle Woman (Carey Landry)
    Our Lady of Knock  
    On This Day, O Beautiful Mother  

Processional

  Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (Richard Wagner)
    Trumpet Voluntary in D Major (Jeremiah Clarke)
    Trumpet Tune in C Major (Henry Purcell)
    Canon in D (Johann Pachelbel)
    Wedding March (Felix Mendelssohn)
    Hornpipe from Water Music Suite (Georg F. Handel)
    Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Johann Sebastian Bach)
    Ode to Joy (Ludwig van Beethoven)
    Rondeau from Symponies de Fanfares (Jean Joseph Mouret)
    Riguadon (Andre Campos)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

LITURGY OF THE WORD

The Liturgy of the Word breaks open the Sacred Scriptures through proclamation and reflection. The Rite of Marriage is an element of this liturgy.
 

Old Testament Reading

   

Responsorial Psalm

Ps 16 All I Ask of You (Gregory Norbet)
  Ps 16 You Are All We Have (Francis Patrick O'Brien)
  Ps 24 I Have Loved You (J. Michael Joncas)
  Ps 145 Sing a Joyful Song (David Haas)
  Ps 72/75 The Lord Is Kind and Merciful (David Haas/Jeanne Cotter)
  Ps 103 The Lord Is Kind and Merciful (Marty Haugen)
  PS 128 Bless Are Those  

New Testament Reading

 

Gospel Acclamation

 
Gregorian Chant
 
    Celtic Alleluia (Finton O'Carroll)
    Mass for a New World (David Haas)
    Mass of Remembrance (Marty Haugen)

Gospel

     

Homily

     

Rite of Marriage

  Consent  
    Exchange of Rings  

General Intercessions

     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST

The Liturgy of the Eucharist breaks open the Body of Christ through sacramental action. At this time, we do as Jesus commanded as we take, bless, break and share the bread and wine, consecrated into His Body and Blood.
 

Preparation of the Gifts

If you wish a "soloist" song, the time during the Preparation of the Gifts is the only appropriate moment for such during Mass. Otherwise, a song sung by the entire assembly is appropriate.

 
 
Blest Are They (David Haas)
    Companions on the Journey (Cary Landry)
    Eye Has Not Seen (Marty Haugen)
   
God Who Created Hearts to Love
 
    I WIll Be the Vine  
    Lord of All Hopefulness (SLANE)
    Love One Another  
   
The Greatest Gift
 
   
The Servant Song
(Richard Gillard)
    When Love Is Found (David Hass/O WALLY WALLY)
   
Where There Is Love
(David Haas)
    You Have Called Us  

Eucharistic Prayer

 
- Preface Acc.
- Memorial Acc.
- Great Amen
  The community will sing the Holy, the Memorial Acclamation, Great Amen and Lamb of God

The Lord's Prayer

     

Nuptial Blessing

     

Exchange of Peace

   

Breaking of Bread

     

Communion

 
Behold the Lamb
(Martin Willett)
    Bread of Life (Bernadette Farrell)
   
Hosea
(Gregory Norbet)
   
Supepr of the Lord
(Rosianna)
   
Take and Eat This Bread
(Francis Patrick O'Brien)  
    Taste and See (James Moore)
       
(Meditation)   By My Side (Thomas Porter)
    Irish Blessing  
    Irish Wedding Song  
    Let There Be Peace on Earth (Jill Jackson)
    Take My Hand  
    Covenant Hymn (Rory Cooney)

Prayer after Communion

 
 

CONCLUDING RITE

The Concluding Rite is short and straight-forward. It consists of the final blessing over the entire assembly and the dismissal to go into the world to continue the work of the Lord.
 

Closing Prayer

     

Dismissal

     

Recessional

  see the Processional selections.  

 

 

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