8805 Simon Le Moyne EASTER SUNDAY Gospel Acclamation, Alleluia, Free PDF, Organ, Accompaniment

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N.B. During Lent, both before and after the Gospel Acclamation, instead of the “Alleluia,” any of the following phrases may be used: Praise to you, O Christ, King of eternal glory! Praise and honor to you, Lord Jesus! Glory and praise to you, O Christ! Glory to you, O Christ, you are the Word of God! Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, king of endless glory! During Lent the following forms may be used or another similar phrase: R. Praise to you, O Christ, king of eternal glory! Or: R. Praise and honour to you, Lord Jesus! Or: R. Glory and praise to you, O Christ! Or: R. Glory to you, O Christ, you are the Word of God! p. 129 of the Ordo Lectionum Missae editio typica altera [1981]#223 in the new lectionary(located after Saturday after Ash Wednesday) ACCLAMATIONESpro tempore Quadragesimae[Acclamations for the Lenten Season] 1. Gloria et laus tibi, Christe. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Glory and praise to you, O Christ.”] USLectionary #223.1: “Glory and praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ!” 2. Gloria tibi, Christe, Sapientia Dei Patris. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Glory to you, O Christ,Wisdom of God the Father.”] US Lectionary #223.2: “Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ, Wisdomof God the Father!” 3. Gloria tibi, Christe, Verbum Dei. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Glory to you, O Christ, Word of God.”] US Lectionary #223.3: “Glory to you, Word of God, Lord Jesus Christ!” 4. Gloria tibi, Domine, Fili Dei vivi. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Glory to you, O Christ, Son of the Living God”Cf. Matthew 16:16] US Lectionary #223.4: “Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ,Son of the living God!” 5. Laus et honor tibi, Domine Iesu. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Praise and honor to you, LordJesus.”] US Lectionary #223.5: “Praise and honor to you, Lord Jesus Christ!” 6. Laus tibi, Christe, Rex aeternae gloriae. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Praise to you, O Christ,King of eternal glory.”] US Lectionary #223.6: “Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, King of endless glory!” 7. Magna et mirabilia opera tua, Domine. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Great and wonderful areyour works, O Lord”Cf. Revelation 15:3] US Lectionary #223.7: “Marvelous and great areyour works, O Lord!” 8. Salus et gloria et virtus Domino Iesu Christo. [Paul Ford’s translation: “Salvation and gloryand power to the Lord Jesus Christ”Cf. Revelation 19:1] US Lectionary #223.8: “Salvation,glory, and power to the Lord Jesus Christ! Catholic Truth Society MR3 has this admonition and four antiphons: During Lent the following forms may be used or another similar phrase: R. Praise to you, O Christ, king of eternal glory! Or: R. Praise and honour to you, Lord Jesus! Or: R. Glory and praise to you, O Christ! Or: R. Glory to you, O Christ, you are the Word of God!