The Sunday Mass 7th November 2021 | 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Celebrant & Homilist: Rev. Kevin Regan
Choir: Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Choir Cantor & Organist, Washington, D.C.
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First Reading: 1 Kings 17: 10-16
Second Reading: Hebrews 9: 24-28
Gospel: Mark 12: 41-44
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The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception gratefully acknowledges the following authors and composers whose materials are employed in this Mass: Processional Hymn What Does the LORD Require. Text: Albert Bayly, 1901-1984, © 1988 Oxford University Press. Music: SHARPTHORNE; Erik Routley, 1917-1982, © 1969 Hope Publishing. Psalm Response Music: Richard Proulx. Gospel Acclamation Music: Gregory Murray. Preparation Hymn Where the Temple Offerings are Made. Text: Fred Pratt Green,b. 190 , © 1982 Hope Publishing. Music: O FOR A HEART; Malcolm Williamson, b. 1943. © 1971 Josef Weinberger Ltd. Preface Acclamation, Memorial Acclamation Text & Music: ICEL, © 2010. Great Amen Music: Peter Latona, © 2011. Lamb of God Music: Chant Mode VI. Public domain. Communion Procession Music: Peter Latona. Copyrighted materials broadcast and reprinted with permission under Onelicense.net #A-701285.