Responsorial Psalm - 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Yr. B

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This setting references God as Yahweh, which has been deemed a no-no by the bishops. So you can either live dangerously and sing it anyway (I personally like the way it sounds, and besides, they're saying that Jewish people might get offended by using this reference? What Jewish person is going to be at Mass anyway? And if they are at Mass, would they really find it offensive?), or you can substitute "O my God" for "O Yahweh." I'm going to try to post an amended version of the setting soon.

1-14 copies, $1 (pay for 1 printout). 15+, $2 (pay for 2 printouts and make as many copies on your own as you need). These psalms are being used successfully at Masses for choir, LifeTeen, contemporary groups, solo and children's liturgies. Questions or comments, please feel free to e-mail (the address is at the bottom of the score, or you can click on 'Contact the Publisher' below) or call this U.S. number (717) 637-4122.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Rock and Pop Music

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