Martin Foster, from the Liturgy Office, asks for your opinions on a proposed core repertoire
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These texts are taken from the Easter Triduum.
Ubi Caritas Where charity and love are found, God is there
- Ubi Caritas Where charity and love are found
- Pange, lingua gloriosi Hail our Saviour's glorious body
- Crux fidelisFaithful cross
- We worship you, Lord
This ancient liturgical text is sung as the gifts are brought forward on Holy Thursday.
TaizÃ© (2 versions: Berthier, Gelineau)
Faith, hope and love â€” Christopher Walker
God is love and where true love is â€” James Quinn
Into one we all are gathered
Where charity and love prevail â€” Omer Westendorf
Where is love and loving kindness â€” Alan Rees
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One omission I see from this list which has become something of a standard for us since using it at the big Millennium Mass at the NEC is:
Bob Hurd's Ubi Caritas (arr. Craig Kingsbury) with refrain in Latin and verses in English, SATB parts, and a beautiful oboe line on top of simple keyboard accompaniment.
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Additions to Liturgical Year
The 'O' Antiphons â€”Â Advent
The Reproaches My people, what have I done to you?