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Introductory Rite:
God, come to my assistance R/ Lord, make haste to help me.
Glory to the Father and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
R/ as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen. Alleluia.

Day is done, but love unfailing dwells ever here
Shadows fall, but hope, prevailing, calms every fear.

Loving Father, none forsaking,
take our hearts of Love’s own making Watch our sleeping, guard our waking, be always near.

Dusk descends, but light unending shines through our night
You are with us, ever lending
new strength to sight

One in love, your truth confessing one in hope of heaven’s blessing. May we see, in love’s possessing love’s endless light!

Eyes will close, but you unsleeping watch by our side
Death may come, in love’s safekeeping still we abide

God of love, all evil quelling
sin forgiving, fear dispelling
Stay with us, our hearts indwelling this eventide.

Antiphon 1: You cannot serve both God and mammon.

Psalm 49
Hear this, all you peoples,
give heed, all who dwell in the world, men both high and low,
rich and poor alike!

My lips will speak words of wisdom. My heart is full of insight.
I will turn my mind to a parable,
with the harp I will solve my problem.

Why should I fear in evil days
the malice of the foes who surround me, men who trust in their wealth,
and boast of the vastness of their riches?

For no man buy his own ransom,
or pay a price to God for his life.
The ransom of his soul is beyond him. He cannot buy life without end,
nor avoid coming to the grave.
He knows that wise men and fools must both perish
and must leave their wealth to others.
Their graves are their homes for ever,
their dwelling place from age to age,
though their names spread wide through the land.

In his riches, man lacks wisdom;
he is like the beasts that are destroyed. Glory…

Antiphon 1: You cannot serve both God and mammon.

Antiphon 2 Store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, says the Lord.

This is the lot of those who trust in themselves,
who have others in their beck and call. Like sheep they are driven to the grave, where death shall be their shepherd and the just shall become their rulers.

With the morning their outward show vanishes
and the grave becomes their home. 

But  God will ransom me from death and take my soul to himself.

Then do not fear when a man grows rich, when the glory of his house increases. 

He takes nothing with him when he dies, his glory does not follow him below.

Though he flattered himself while he lived:
Men will praise me for all my success,
yet he will go to join his fathers,
and will never see the light any more.

In his riches, man lacks wisdom;
he is like the beasts that are destroyed. Glory…

Psalm Prayer: Make our mouths speak your wisdom. Lord Jesus. and help us to remember that you became man and redeemed us from death that we might merit the beauty of your light.

Antiphon 2 Store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, says the Lord.

Antiphon 3  Adoration and glory belong by right to the Lamb that was slain. 

Psalm 65

O Lord our God, you are worthy
to receive glory and honor and power, for you have created all things;
by your will they came to be and were made.

Worthy are you, O Lord
to receive the scroll and break open its seals.

For you were slain;
with your blood you purchased for God

those from every tribe and tongue, of every people and nation.

You made them a kingdom, and priests to serve our God, and they shall reign on earth.”

Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power and riches, wisdom and strength,
honor and glory and praise. Glory…

Antiphon 3 Adoration and glory belong by right to the Lamb that was slain.

Opening Prayer (please stand)
All sit for the Liturgy of the Word.

Let us praise Christ, the shepherd and guardian of our souls, who loves and protects his people. Placing our hope in him, we cry out:
Protect your people, Lord.
Eternal shepherd, protect our bishop N.
 -and all the shepherds of your Church.
Look kindly on those who suffer persecution,
 – hasten to free them from all adversity.
Have mercy on the needy, Lord.
 – provide food for the hungry.
Enlighten all legislators,
 to enact laws in the spirit of wisdom and justice.
Come to the aid of our departed brothers and sisters, whom you have redeemed with your blood.
 – make them worthy to enter your wedding feast.
Presider: Father, yours is the morning and yours is the evening.
let the Sun of Justice, Jesus Christ, shine for ever in our hearts
and draw us to that light where you live in radiant glory.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.

(All are seated for the Liturgy of the Eucharist)

Lord’s PrayerPater noster, qui es in cælisSanctificétur nomen tuumAdvéniat regnum tuumFiat volúntas tuaSicut in cælo et in terraPanem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie Et dimítte nobis débita nostraSicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónemSed libera nos a malo

After Holy Communion, all stand for the Magnificat

Antiphon: Do great things for us, O Lord, for you are mighty, and holy is your name.

(While making the Sign of the Cross, we pray the following)
My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord my spirit sings to God, my saving God,
who on this day above all others favored me and raised me up, a light for all to see.

Through me great deeds will God make manifest, and all the earth will come to call me blest. Unbounded love and mercy sure will I proclaim for all who know and praise God ́s holy name.

God ́s mighty arm, protector of the just,
will guard the weak and raise them from the dust.
But mighty kings will swiftly fall from thrones corrupt. The strong brought low, the lowly lifted up.

Soon will the poor an hungry of the earth
be richly blest, be given greater worth.
And Israel, as once foretold to Abraham,
will live in peace throughout the promised land.

All glory be to God, Creator blest,
to Jesus Christ, God ́s love made manifest, and to the Holy Spirit, gentle Comforter, all glory be, both now and ever more.
Antiphon: Do great things for us, O Lord, for you are mighty, and holy is your name.

Prayer After Communion

Dismissal & Final Blessing

Santos mame man sen oppan
I checho’mu asta pago.
Tayuyute San Antonio I mananga giya hago.

Kinse anos I sakanmu anae mapo hao senmagof guato giman Agostinu ya ungagao ya un hago, I untatanga la abmam I sinantos na magagu.

An malofan talo ocho ileg I Saena nu hago; na unhalom Franciskano; magin ayo gefmatagu un dalalake humasngon I gos makat na Tinagu.