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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.


Like a shepherd He feeds his flock
and gathers the lambs in His arms,
holding them carefully close to His heart, 
leading them home.

Say to the cities of Judah:
Prepare the way of the Lord.
Go to the mountaintop, lift your voice;
Jerusalem, here is your God.

I Myself will shepherd them,
for others have led them astray.
The lost I will rescue and heal their wounds
and pasture them, giving them rest.

Come unto Me 
if you are heavily burdened,
And take My yoke up on your shoulders,
I will give you rest.


Antiphon 1: At daybreak, be merciful to me, O Lord 

Psalm 143:1-11 

Lord, listen to my prayer:

turn your ear to my appeal.
You are faithful, you are just; give answer.
 Do not call your servant to judgment
for no one is just in your sight. 

The enemy pursues my soul;
he has crushed my life to the ground;
 he has made me dwell in darkness
 like the dead, long forgotten.
 Therefore my spirit fails;
my heart is numb within me. 

I remember the days that are past:
I ponder all your works.
I muse on what your hand has wrought
 and to you I stretch out my hands.
Like a parched land my soul thirsts for you. 

Lord, make haste and answer;
for my spirit fails within me.
Do not hide your face
lest I become like those in the grave. 

In the morning let me know your love
 for I put my trust in you.
Make me know the way I should walk:
 to you I lift up my soul. 

Rescue me, Lord, from my enemies;
 I have fled to you for refuge.
Teach me to do your will
for you, O Lord, are my God.

Let your good spirit guide me
in ways that are level and smooth. 

For your name’s sake, Lord, save my life;
 in your justice save my soul from distress. 


Psalm Prayer: Lord Jesus, early in the morning of your resurrection, you made your love known and brought the first light of dawn to those who dwell in darkness. Your death has opened a path for us. Do not enter into judgment with your servants; let your Holy Spirit guide us together into the land of justice. 

Antiphon 1: At daybreak, be merciful to me, O Lord 

Antiphon 2: The Lord will make a river of peace flow through Jerusalem. 

Canticle – Isaiah 66:10-14a 

Rejoice with Jerusalem and be glad because of her,
all you who love her;
Exult, exult with her,

all you who were mourning over her! 

Oh, that you may suck fully
of the milk of her comfort,
That you may nurse with delight
 at her abundant breasts! 

For thus says the Lord:
Lo, I will spread prosperity over her like a river,

and the wealth of the nations like an overflowing torrent.

As nurslings, you shall be carried in her arms,
and fondled in her lap;
As a mother comforts her son,
so will I comfort you;
in Jerusalem you shall find your comfort. 

When you see this, your heart shall rejoice,
and your bodies flourish like the grass. Glory… 

Antiphon 2: The Lord will make a river of peace flow through Jerusalem. 

Antiphon 3: Let us joyfully praise the Lord our God.

Psalm 147:1-11 

Praise the Lord for he is good;

sing to our God for he is loving:
 to him our praise is due. 

The Lord builds up Jerusalem
 and brings back Israel’s exiles,
 he heals the broken-hearted,
he binds up all their wounds.
He fixes the number of the stars;
 he calls each one by its name. 

Our Lord is great and almighty;
his wisdom can never be measured.
The Lord raises the lowly;
he humbles the wicked to the dust.
O sing to the Lord giving thanks;
sing psalms to our God with the harp. 

He covers the heavens with clouds;
 he prepares the rain for the earth,
 making mountains sprout with grass
 and with plants to serve man’s needs.
 He provides the beasts with their food
 and young ravens that call upon him. 

His delight is not in horses
nor his pleasure in warriors’ strength.
 The Lord delights in those who revere him,
in those who wait for his love. Glory… 

Psalm Prayer: God our Father, great builder of the heavenly Jerusalem, you know the number of the stars and call each of them by name. Heal hearts that are broken, gather together those who have been scattered, and enrich us all from the plenitude of your eternal wisdom

Antiphon 3: Let us joyfully praise the Lord our God.

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

INTERCESSIONS (Universal Prayer)
Let us pray to God, who gives salvation to his people:
You are our life, O Lord

Blessed are you, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, for by your mercy we have been reborn to a living hope,
through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

You made us in your image and renewed us in Christ,
mold us into the likeness of your Son.

Pour out your love through the Holy Spirit,

  • heal our hearts, wounded by hatred and jealousy.

Today grant work to laborers, bread to the hungry, joy to the sorrowful,

  • grace and redemption to all people.

let the knowledge of salvation
enlighten our hearts,
so that, freed from fear and from the power of our enemies, we may serve you faithfully all the days of our life.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son.
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
God, for ever and ever.

(All are seated for the Liturgy of the Eucharist)

Lord’s Prayer
Pater noster, qui es in cælis
Sanctificétur nomen tuum
Advéniat regnum tuum
Fiat volúntas tua
Sicut in cælo et in terra
Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie Et dimítte nobis débita nostra
Sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris
Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem Sed libera nos a malo

(All are seated for the Liturgy of the Eucharist)

After Holy Communion, all stand for the Benedictus.
BENEDICTUS/Canticle of Zachariah Benedictus – Luke 1: 68-79

Antiphon: Give your people knowledge of salvation, Lord, and forgive us our sins.

(While making the Sign of the Cross, we pray the following)

Blest be the God of Israel who comes to set us free
and raises up new hope for us: a Branch for David’s tree.

So have the prophets long declared that with a mighty arm
God would turn back our enemies and all who wish us harm

With promised mercy will God still the covenant recall,
the oath once sworn to Abraham from foes to save us all;

that we might worship without fear and offer lives of praise,
in holiness and righteousness to serve God all our days.
My child, as prophet of the Lord you will prepare the way,
to tell God’s people they are saved from sin’s eternal sway.

Then shall God’s mercy from on high shine forth and never cease
to drive away the gloom of death and lead us into peace.

Antiphon: Give your people knowledge of salvation, Lord, and forgive us our sins.
Prayer After Communion Dismissal & Final Blessing