21 July 2013
|Entrance||Lord, for tomorrow|
|Penitential Rite||At the Table of the Lord (Collegeville Composers Group)|
|Gloria||At the Table of the Lord (Collegeville Composers Group)|
|Psalm 14||The just will live (mtgf)|
|Gospel Acclamation||Alleluia (Murray)|
|Preparation of Gifts||As the bridegroom (John Rutter)|
|Lamb of God||Luton (mtgf)|
|Communion Antiphon||Behold, I stand at the door (mtgf)|
|Communion||Come, Christ's beloved (mtgf)|
|Final||Lord of all hopefulness|
I think the chosen pieces speak of relationship to God/Jesus, hospitality and letting go of cares. The psalm turns the question around - it is not and some may even be visited by angels but who is worthy to receive them.
We have sung 'As the bridegroom\ for a wedding before though it is an example of a piece where the first line is true of the context of a wedding and the rest less so. This can also be true of hymns which have 'love' in the first line.