16 October 2011
|Entrance||Rejoice the Lord is King|
|Penitential Rite||St Gabriels (mtgf)|
|Gloria||St Gabriels (mtgf)|
|Psalm 95||Give the Lord glory and power (mtgf)|
|Gospel Acclamation||Salisbury (Christopher Walker)|
|Preparation of Gifts||The love of the Lord (Michael Joncas)|
|Eucharistic Acclamations||Creation (Marty Haugen)|
|Lamb of God||St Gabriels (mtgf)|
|Communion||He became poor (John Bell)|
|Final||O God beyond all praising|
The image of money shone in a number of ways today. In The Love of the Lord the text takes images from St Paul that we may not have silver or gold but we are rich by our faith in Christ. And at Communion we become rich because Christ became poor.
The hymns took the other part of the image - to render God what is his — due worship.