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August 7, 2005 Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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FIRST READING:
1 Kings 19: 9, 11-13 "Go out and stand on the mountain before the Lord God."

RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
Ps. 85 "Let us see, O Lord, your mercy and give us your saving help."

SECOND READING: Rom. 9: 1-5 "I would willingly be condemned if it would help my brother."

GOSPEL ACCLAMATION:
Psalm 129: 5 "I hope in the Lord, I trust in his word."

GOSPEL: Mt. 14: 22-23
"Command me to come to you over the water."


FOCUS: "Command me to come to you over the water." Though we may be frightened and insecure we continue to see Jesus and the power of God in our midst.

REFLECTION: Everywhere and always God is with us, near to us and in us. But we are not always with Him, since we do not remember Him: and because we do not remember Him we allow ourselves many things which we would not permit if we did remember. Take upon yourself this task:to make a habit of such recollection. Make yourself a rule always to be with the Lord, keeping your mind in your heart, and do not let your thoughts wander: as often as they stray, turn them back again and keep them at home in the closet of your heart, and delight in converse with the Lord.
Theophane the Recluse


I will not trust him, Meg, though I shall feel myself weakening and on the verge of being overcome with fear. I shall remember how Saint Peter at a blast of wind began to sink because of his lack of faith, and I shall do as he did: call upon Christ and pray to him for help. And then I trust he shall place his holy hand on me and in the stormy seas hold me up from drowning.
St. Thomas More

If God seems far away, who moved?
Alcoholics Anonymous

For me, it would take more faith to believe there is no "life" after death than to believe there is. Never to see our loved ones again? Never? No, God is not cruel, he is kind, merciful, and he loves us.
Sr. M. Agnita

The Pillar and the Cloud
Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
Lead Thou me on
The night is dark, and I am far from homeŠ
Lead Thou me on
Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see the distant sceneŠ
One step's enough for me.
John Henry Newman


APPLYING THE READINGS TO THE LITURGY:
Introductory Rite:
The Rite of Sprinkling Holy Water: water is a sign of our cleansing and deliverance throughout salvation history.

General Intercessions:
Introduction: Gathered together in Christ as sisters and brothers, let us
call to mind God's many blessings and ask him to hear the prayers which he himself inspires us to ask:
„ For all who have dedicated themselves to God, that he will help them to be faithful to their promise;
„ For peace among nations, that we may rid our hearts and the world of violence, with the grace of God;
„ For the aged who suffer from loneliness and infirmity, that we will sustain them by our love;
„ For all of us gathered here, that God will teach us to use wisely the good life he has given us, that we may draw close to him and to the eternal blessings he promises.

Preface: Fifth for Sundays in Ordinary Time

Introduce the breaking of the bread by recounting that even though the disciples were frightened they were able to call Jesus, Lord.

Concluding Rite:
Prayers over the People: Fifth or twenty-fifth


Faith Formation
Peter's faith saved him, he had faith that Jesus would save him. But if he had had greater faith he wouldn't have even started to sink.
God will take care of us. Everything will be all right, we can relax in God's love.
Song suggestions:
We Walk By Faith (Haugen) BB/MI,
CCH, CVH, GPCOMP, GTR, GC, WCH,
WP
O God, Hear Us (Hurd) BB/MI

Children's Liturgy
of the Word
Does God speak to us with a mighty voice? Sometimes. But usually God speaks softly in the quiet of our hearts. We need quiet times in our lives and during each day. How else will we hear him?
Song suggestions:
Let the Heavens Be Glad (Feiten) BB/MI,
GTR, S&S
Play Before the Lord (Dufford) BB, GP,
GPCOMP
Rejoice in the Lord (Marchionda) PMB2
Sing Ye Praises to the Father WCH
O Be Joyful HP-A418


FIRST READING:
1 Kings 19: 9, 11-13 "Go out and stand on the mountain before the Lord God."

RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
Ps. 85 "Let us see, O Lord, your mercy and give us your saving help."

SECOND READING: Rom. 9: 1-5 "I would willingly be condemned if it would help my brother."

GOSPEL ACCLAMATION:
Psalm 129: 5 "I hope in the Lord, I trust in his word."

GOSPEL: Mt. 14: 22-23
"Command me to come to you over the water."


FOCUS: "Command me to come to you over the water." Though we may be frightened and insecure we continue to see Jesus and the power of God in our midst.

REFLECTION: Everywhere and always God is with us, near to us and in us. But we are not always with Him, since we do not remember Him: and because we do not remember Him we allow ourselves many things which we would not permit if we did remember. Take upon yourself this task:to make a habit of such recollection. Make yourself a rule always to be with the Lord, keeping your mind in your heart, and do not let your thoughts wander: as often as they stray, turn them back again and keep them at home in the closet of your heart, and delight in converse with the Lord.
Theophane the Recluse


I will not trust him, Meg, though I shall feel myself weakening and on the verge of being overcome with fear. I shall remember how Saint Peter at a blast of wind began to sink because of his lack of faith, and I shall do as he did: call upon Christ and pray to him for help. And then I trust he shall place his holy hand on me and in the stormy seas hold me up from drowning.
St. Thomas More

If God seems far away, who moved?
Alcoholics Anonymous

For me, it would take more faith to believe there is no "life" after death than to believe there is. Never to see our loved ones again? Never? No, God is not cruel, he is kind, merciful, and he loves us.
Sr. M. Agnita

The Pillar and the Cloud
Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
Lead Thou me on
The night is dark, and I am far from homeŠ
Lead Thou me on
Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see the distant sceneŠ
One step's enough for me.
John Henry Newman


APPLYING THE READINGS TO THE LITURGY:
Introductory Rite:
The Rite of Sprinkling Holy Water: water is a sign of our cleansing and deliverance throughout salvation history.

General Intercessions:
Introduction: Gathered together in Christ as sisters and brothers, let us
call to mind God's many blessings and ask him to hear the prayers which he himself inspires us to ask:
„ For all who have dedicated themselves to God, that he will help them to be faithful to their promise;
„ For peace among nations, that we may rid our hearts and the world of violence, with the grace of God;
„ For the aged who suffer from loneliness and infirmity, that we will sustain them by our love;
„ For all of us gathered here, that God will teach us to use wisely the good life he has given us, that we may draw close to him and to the eternal blessings he promises.

Preface: Fifth for Sundays in Ordinary Time

Introduce the breaking of the bread by recounting that even though the disciples were frightened they were able to call Jesus, Lord.

Concluding Rite:
Prayers over the People: Fifth or twenty-fifth


Faith Formation
Peter's faith saved him, he had faith that Jesus would save him. But if he had had greater faith he wouldn't have even started to sink.
God will take care of us. Everything will be all right, we can relax in God's love.
Song suggestions:
We Walk By Faith (Haugen) BB/MI,
CCH, CVH, GPCOMP, GTR, GC, WCH,
WP
O God, Hear Us (Hurd) BB/MI

Children's Liturgy
of the Word
Does God speak to us with a mighty voice? Sometimes. But usually God speaks softly in the quiet of our hearts. We need quiet times in our lives and during each day. How else will we hear him?
Song suggestions:
Let the Heavens Be Glad (Feiten) BB/MI,
GTR, S&S
Play Before the Lord (Dufford) BB, GP,
GPCOMP
Rejoice in the Lord (Marchionda) PMB2
Sing Ye Praises to the Father WCH
O Be Joyful HP-A418


GATHERING SONG:
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name
ACH, BB, CCH, CVH, GC, HM, JS2, PMB2, RS, SM, SS, W&S, WCH, WP
All the Ends of the Earth (Dufford)
BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GP, GPCOMP,
GTR, G2, JS2, S&S
Christ Is Here (Walker) BB, JS2, S&S
For You Are My God (Foley) BB, CBW III, GC, G2, GP, GPCOMP, JS2, S&S
God's Holy Mountain PMB2, SM,WCH
Here I Am, Lord (Ward) JS2, GC, PMB2,
RS, WCH, WS
How Firm a Foundation ACH, CCH,
CVH, GC, JS, RS, WP, (arr. Goemanne) G-2650, (arr. Lovelace) G-2749
How Lovely Is Your Dwelling Place
(Joncas) BB/MI, CCH, GPCOMP, GC,
G2, GTR, S&S
How Lovely Is Your Dwelling Place
(Walker) BB/MI, JS2, S&S
I Want to Praise Your Name (Hurd)
BB/MI, GC, G2, GTR, JS2, S&S
I Will Trust In the Lord LMGM
Lead Me, Guide Me GC, LMGM, RS
Lead Me, Lord (Haas) BB/MI, JS2, S&S
Let Us Go to the Altar (Schutte) BB/MI,
GP2, JS2, S&S
Lord, to Whom Shall We Go (Joncas)
BB/MI, GP, JS2, S&S
Maranatha (Schoenbachler) BB, GTR, GC,
RS, S&S
O Bless the Lord (Michaels) BB/MI,
CBW III, JS2, S&S
O God, Our Help in Ages Past BB, CCH,
CBW III, CVH, GC, JS2, PMB2, RS, SS,
WCH, W&S, WP
Praise to the Lord ACH, BB, CBW III,
CCH, CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS2, PMB2,
RS, SM, S&S, W&S, WCH, WP
Seek First (Berthier) CCH, RS, TAIZE II
Sing of the Lord's Goodness (Sands)
BB/MI, GTR, GC, G2, JS2, S&S
Speak, Lord (Ault) BB, GP, S&S
The Lord Is My True Shepherd (Ps. 23)
(Westendorf) BB/MI, PMB2, SM, SS,
W&S, WCH
The Voice of God Speaks but of Peace
GC, GTR

RESPONSORIAL PSALM:
Psalm 85: Let Us See Your Kindness
(MacAller) BB, JS2
Psalm 85: Let Us See Your Kindness
(Hurd) BB, JS2, S&S
Psalm 80/85/Luke 1: Lord, make us turn
(Haugen) CCH-31, GC-75
Psalm 85: Lord, let us see your kindness
(Guimont) CCH-481, RS-107
Psalm 85: Lord, let us see your kindness
(della Pica) PARM A
Psalm 80: Lord, Make Us Turn to You
(Keil) BB, S&S
Psalm 85: Lord, let us see your kindness
(Dameans) G2, GC, RS
Psalm 85: Lord, let us see your kindness
(Carroll) RS, WP
PREPARATION OF THEGIFTS:
A New Commandment (Ward) SM, W&S
Answer When I Call (Foley) BB, GP,
GPCOMP, JS2, S&S
Be Not Afraid (Dufford) ACH, BB/MI,
CBW III, GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, JS2, RS,
SM, SS, S&S, W&S, WCH
Because the Lord Is My Shepherd (Walker)
BB/MI, GTR, GC, G2, JS2, S&S
Come, Holy Ghost ACH, BB, CCH, CVH, GC, HM, JS2, PMB2, RS, SM, SS, W&S, WCH, WP
He Comes to Us as One Unknown BB,
HM, SS
Here I Am, Lord (Schutte) ACH, BB, CCH,
CVH, GC, HM, JS2, PMB2, RS, SM, S&S,
W&S, WCH
I Want Jesus to Walk with Me (Spiritual)
312-10269
Jesus, the New Covenant (Deiss) PMB2,
SM, W&S, WCH
Lord, to Whom Shall We Go (Conry) BB,
GP, JS2, S&S
Lord, to Whom Shall We Go (Englert)
PMB2, SM, W&S, WCH
Lord, to Whom Shall We Go (Haas)GC, G2
Lord, When You Came (Garbarian)
BB, CCH, CVH, LMGM, S&S, W&S
Only In God (Foley) BB, CBW III, GP, GC,
GPCOMP, S&S
Praise to You, O Christ Our Savior (Farrell) BB, CBW III, GC, GTR, JS2,S&S, RS
Remember Your Love (Dameans) BB/MI,
GC, GP, GPCOMP, GTR, RS
Seek Ye First (Lafferty) BB/MI, CBW II,
WCH, WP
Shelter Me, O God (Hurd) BB/MI, CBW
III, GC, GTR, JS2, RS, S&S
Son of David (Foley) BB, GP, S&S
Thanks Be to You, O God PMB2, SM
We Remember (Haugen) ACH, BB/MI,
CCH, GC, GTR, RS, SM, SS, W&S, WCH
You Have Rescued Me (Dufford) BB/MI,
GP2, JS2, S&S
Your Mercy Like Rain (Cooney) G2, GC

COMMUNION:
All My Hope on God Is Founded
CBW III, HM, SS
All Those Who Love Me (Norbet) BB, GC
Be Still (Bell) G2, GC, RS
Be Thou, My Vision 332-40920, G-3973,
CVH, SS
Bread of Life (Farrell) BB/MI, CBW III,
GC, JS2, S&S
Bread That Was Sown (Norbet) BB/MI,
PMB2, S&S, W&S, WCH
Cup of Blessing That We Share SM, WCH
Do Not Be Afraid Toolan BB, JS2, S&S
Dwelling Place(Foley) BB, G2, GC, GP, S&S
Eat This Bread (Berthier) BB/MI, CBW III,
CCH, GC, GTR, RS, SM, S&S, W&S, WP
Gift of Finest Wheat Kreutz) ACH, BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, RS, SM, S&S, W&S
Hold Me in Life (Huijbers, Oosterhuis)
BB/MI, CBW III, GC, GTR, JS2, S&S
How Can I Keep from Singing BB, GC
How Great Thou Art (Hine) ACH, BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, RS, S&S, W&S, WCH
I Sought the Lord CCH, SS, WP
Only This I Want (Schutte) BB/MI, CBW
III, GC, GP, GPCOMP, JS2, S&S
On Eagle's Wings (Joncas) ACH, BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, RS, S&S, W&S, WCH
Shepherd of Souls, Refresh and Bless
ACH, BB/MI, CVH, GC, JS2, SM, S&S,
W&S, WCH, WP
The Bread That We Break (Dean) BB, S&S

SONG OF PRAISE:
Let All the Earth Cry Out (Ps. 100)
PMB2, SM, W&S, WCH
Lord, Let Your Mercy Be Upon Us BB, JS2,
OCP-8814
O Holy City, Seen By John CVH, GTR,
GC, WP, arrangement- G-4482
Peace Prayer (Foley) BB, CBW III, GP,
GPCOMP, JS2, S&S
The Lord Is Near (Dameans) BB, GTR, GC
Whom Shall I Send W&S, WCH
Within Our Darkest Night (Berthier) G2,
GC, RS
Without Seeing You G2, GC, PMB2, SM

CLOSING SONG:
A Mighty Fortress ACH, BB, CVH,
CBW III, CCH, GC, RS, S&S, W&S, WCH
All People That on Earth Do Dwell BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, RS, S&S, W&S, WCH
Blest Be the Lord (Schutte) ACH, BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, JS2, RS, S&S
Canticle of the Sun (Haugen) ACH, BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, RS, S&S, W&S, WCH
Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation BB,
CBW III, CCH, GC, JS2, PMB2, RS, W&S,
WCH
Faith of Our Fathers BB, CBW III, CCH,
PMB2, WCH, WP
Father, We Thank Thee 362-03179, CCH,
CVH, SM, SS, W&S
For All the Saints ACH, BB/MI, CBW III,
CVH, GC, GPCOMP, JS2, PMB2, RS, SS,
SM, W&S, WCH, WP
Forth in Thy Name, O Lord CCH, CVH,
CBW III, SS
Let the Heavens Be Glad (Feiten) BB/MI,
GTR, GC, G2, JS2, S&S
Nada Te Turbe / Nothing Can Trouble
(Berthier) G2, GC, RS
Play Before the Lord (Dufford) BB, GP,
GPCOMP, JS2, W&S
Precious Lord, Take My Hand BB, CCH,
JS2, RS
Priestly People (Deiss) BB, JS2, PMB2, SM,
W&S, WCH
Rejoice in the Lord (Marchionda) PMB2,
W&S, WCH
Sing Ye Praises to the Father SM, SS,
W&S, WCH
The Day Is Near (Huijbers) CCH, GC-768,
GTR
Thanks Be to You, O God PMB2, W&S