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What I picked last weekend: 3rd Sunday of Advent

I’m cheered with how well these hymns appear to be going.

Entrance: O Come, Divine Messiah

Psalm: To You, O Lord (Haugen)

Offertory:   A Voice Cries Out

Mass Parts: Heritage Mass

Communion: Advent Litany (Prendergast)

Recessional: O Come O Come Emmanuel (a cappella)

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What I picked last weekend: 2nd Sunday of Advent

Went well, and that’s that.

Entrance: On Jordan’s Bank

Psalm: To You, O Lord (Haugen)

Offertory: Advent Litany (Prendergast)

Mass Parts: Heritage Mass

Communion: A Voice Cries Out

Recessional: O Come O Come Emmanuel (a cappella)

What I picked last weekend: 1st Sunday of Advent

Now that I’m scheduling hymns at my main parish, I’m restarting the old What I Played Last Weekend but renaming the category. Here’s today’s first installment.

Notes: Got a lot of singing with the entrance. The psalm was a request from the priest; I prefer the psalm of the day but this isn’t a hill to die on. Everyone loves “Christ, Be Our Light,” and that went well. The litany went OK, but it was completely new and our version has an intro that’s not in the books, causing some confusion.

Entrance: O Come, Divine Messiah

Psalm: To You, O Lord (Haugen)

Offertory: Christ, Be Our Light

Mass Parts: Heritage Mass

Communion: Advent Litany (Prendergast)

Recessional: O Come O Come Emmanuel (a cappella)

My favorite Advent hymns, 2013 edition

This is an updated version of a post that originally ran last year. Why? Because I’ve come across new Advent stuff. So sue me.

Listicle time! Here’s a quick and easy post that asks the question: what are my favorite Advent hymns? I’m glad you asked, me. (Comma in last sentence intentional.) In no apparent order, here they are:

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My favorite Advent hymns

Blogger’s note: I updated this post in late 2013 with new hymns; here’s that updated version.

Listicle time! Here’s a quick and easy post that asks the question: what are my favorite Advent hymns? I’m glad you asked, me. (Comma in last sentence intentional.) In reverse order, here are my fave five:

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