8944 Simple English Propers 2nd Sunday of Lent

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Simple English Propers Sheet for the “Glory Be” Advent Season (Complete) Christmas Season (Complete) Lenten Season and Holy Week (Complete) Easter Season (Complete) Ordinary Time (Complete) Feasts and Solemnities (Complete) Ritual Masses (Complete) Advent Season First Sunday of Advent Second Sunday of Advent Third Sunday of Advent Fourth Sunday of Advent Christmas Season Christmas – Vigil Mass Christmas – Midnight Mass Christmas – Mass at Dawn Christmas – Mass of the Day Holy Family of Jesus, Joseph and Mary Mary, Mother of God Second Sunday After Christmas The Epiphany of the Lord The Baptism of the Lord Lenten Season Ash Wednesday First Sunday of Lent Second Sunday of Lent Third Sunday of Lent Fourth Sunday of Lent Fifth Sunday of Lent Passion (Palm) Sunday Triduum Holy Thursday Good Friday (none) The Easter Vigil Easter Season Easter Sunday Second Sunday of Easter Third Sunday of Easter Fourth Sunday of Easter Fifth Sunday of Easter Sixth Sunday of Easter The Ascension of the Lord Seventh Sunday of Easter Pentecost – Vigil Mass Pentecost – Mass of the Day Ordinary Time Second Sunday of Ordinary Time Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time Tenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Eleventh Sunday of Ordinary Time Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty First Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Second Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time Twenty Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time Thirty First Sunday of Ordinary Time Thirty Second Sunday of Ordinary Time Thirty Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Christ the King Feasts and Solemnities The Most Holy Trinity The Body and Blood of Christ The Sacred Heart of Jesus Presentation of the Lord (Feb. 2) Saint Joseph (Mar. 19) Annunciation of the Lord (Mar. 25) Birth of St. John the Baptist (Jun. 24) – Vigil Mass Birth of St. John the Baptist (Jun. 24) – Mass of the Day Saint Peter & Saint Paul (Jun. 29) – Vigil Mass Saint Peter & Saint Paul (Jun. 29) – Mass of the Day Transfiguration of the Lord (Aug. 6) Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Aug. 15) – Vigil Mass Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Aug. 15) – Mass of the Day The Triumph of the Cross (Sept. 14) All Saints (Nov. 1) Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls) (Nov. 2) Dedication of the Lateran Basilica (Nov. 9) Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary (Dec. 8) Ritual Masses Funeral Mass Nuptial Mass Simple English Propers by Adam Bartlett CMAA Graduale Propers Sung Propers Church Music Association of America ——— 2011 General Instruction Of The Roman Missal (2011 GIRM) INTROIT ("Entrance Chant") 48. This chant is sung alternately by the choir and the people or similarly by a cantor and the people, or entirely by the people, or by the choir alone. In the Dioceses of the United States of America, there are four options for the Entrance Chant: (1) the antiphon from the Missal or the antiphon with its Psalm from the Graduale Romanum, as set to music there or in another setting; (2) the antiphon and Psalm of the Graduale Simplex for the liturgical time; (3) a chant from another collection of Psalms and antiphons, approved by the Conference of Bishops or the Diocesan Bishop, including Psalms arranged in responsorial or metrical forms; (4) another liturgical chant that is suited to the sacred action, the day, or the time of year, similarly approved by the Conference of Bishops or the Diocesan Bishop. ——— 87. In the Dioceses of the United States of America, there are four options for singing at Communion: (1) the antiphon from the Missal or the antiphon with its Psalm from the Graduale Romanum, as set to music there or in another musical setting; (2) the antiphon with Psalm from the Graduale Simplex of the liturgical time; (3) a chant from another collection of Psalms and antiphons, approved by the Conference of Bishops or the Diocesan Bishop, including Psalms arranged in responsorial or metrical forms; (4) some other suitable liturgical chant (cf. no. 86) approved by the Conference of Bishops or the Diocesan Bishop. This is sung either by the choir alone or by the choir or a cantor with the people.