La Santa Misa | Decimoquinto Domingo Ordinario

El Rev. Carlos Suarez celebra la misa del 12 de julio de 2020.

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Catholic TV Mass Online March 29, 2020: Fifth Sunday of Lent

Presider: Fr. Mark Payne
Parish: Chaplain, Heart of the Nation
Choir: St. Eugene's Children's Choir

This is a very powerful story. It's a story actually for each and every one of us. And I'm going to start, we sometimes find ourselves in our own tombs, I don't know about you but if you've ever experienced deep depression or if you've ever felt hopeless it can be a tomb. It can feel like everything is closing in on around you and you don't know where to go. For some of our viewers, I don't know, sometimes even with health issues that you're facing, a health issue or you're waiting for that doctor's report, that seems like forever and it may even feel a hopeless or desperate situation. We can be in our tombs but I want to also remind you Jesus loved Lazarus. Jesus loves all of us. He's with us. He never gave up, he was going towards us, towards those tombs of ours. And he wants us to rise out of those tombs, he wants us to have that hope. He wants us and reminds us that he is always with us. But he also kept reminding Martha do you believe. Do you believe that's part of it, my friends? In those tombs it’s very hard, it's very cold, it's very dark. It's lonely but again, Jesus is turning to each and every one of us, do you believe? And if each of us says, “I believe Lord. I believe you are the resurrection. I believe you are the life. I believe in you!” Those tombs can be emptied. We can come forth from those tombs. What a difference it does make when the doctor finally calls. What a difference it makes when you have a family member or a friend who is beside you. What a difference it makes when you know you are supported, that you're not alone. You're not going through this situation by yourself. And sometimes even with support groups you discover, guess what? We're all in the same boat. We all face our own tombs. We all have our moments. And Jesus calls us forth. This Sunday I'm going to invite all of us to spend some time with the Lord. He loves us just as he loved Lazarus. He's calling us forth out of those tombs to be with him but we need to believe. To change our lives to embrace his way his gospel. To love him. As we gather, I hope that those who are really experiencing that tomb, that this day you can say Lord, call me forth, bring me out of this tomb and make my life different.

Entrance: Tree of Life
Text: Marty Haugen, b. 1950
Tune: THOMAS 8 7 8 77; Marty Haugen, b. 1950
© 1984, GIA Publications, Inc.

Kyrie-Mass of the Visitation
Copyright © 2006 Brian McLinden

Psalm 130: With the Lord there is Mercy
Text: Psalm 130: 1-2, 3-4, 5-6; Marty Haugen, © 1983 GIA Publications, Inc. refrain trans. ©1969 ICEL
Music: Marty Haugen, © 1983 GIA Publications, Inc.

Preparation: God So Loved the World
Copyright © 2008, 1988 Choristers Guild. All rights reserved.

Communion: I Am the Bread of Life
Text: John 6 and 11; Suzanne Toolan, RSM b. 1927 ; tr. by anon. rev. by Ronald R. Krisman b. 1946
Tune: BREAD OF LIFE, Irregular with refrain; Suzanne Toolan, RSM b. 1927
© 1966, 1970, 1986, 1993, 2005, GIA Publications, Inc.

Sending Forth: I Want to Walk As a Child of the Light
Text: Ephesians 5:8-10, Revelation 21:23, John 12:46, 1 John 1:5, Hebrews 12:1; Kathleen Thomerson, b. 1934, ©1970, 1975, Celebration
Tune: HOUSTON, 10 7 10 8 9 9 10 7; Kathleen Thomerson, b. 1934, © 1970, 1975, Celebration; acc. by Robert J. Batastini, b. 1942 © 1987, GIA Publications, Inc.

Mass Setting: Mass of Christ Our Savior
Text: © 2010 ICEL All rights reserved. Used with permission
Music: Mass of Christ the Savior; Dan Schutte, b. 1947 © 2007, 2009 Daniel L. Schuette. Published by OCP . All rights reserved.

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