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Simple Chants - Greeting

Hymnal: Worship (4th ed.) #223 (2011) Topics: Additional Chants

Simple Chants - Penitential Act

Hymnal: Worship (4th ed.) #224 (2011) Topics: Additional Chants

Simple Chants - Greeting and Final Blessing

Hymnal: Worship (4th ed.) #225 (2011) Topics: Additional Chants
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Nada te turbe (Nothing can trouble)

Author: St. Teresa of Avila Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #937 (2000) Topics: Communion Chants; Protection Chants; Grace and Providence Chants; Funerals Chants; Confirmation Chants Scripture: Psalm 23 Languages: Latin; English Tune Title: [Nada te turbe]
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The Lord is my light

Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #944 (2000) Topics: Faith, Trust and Commitment Chants; Funerals Chants; Grace and Providence Chants; Holy Communion Chants; Suffering and Sorrow Chants Lyrics: The Lord is my light, my light and salvation: in God I trust, in God I trust. The Lord is my light, my light and salvation: in God I trust, in God I trust. Scripture: Psalm 27 Languages: English Tune Title: [The Lord is my light]

Adoramus te, Domine

Author: Taizé Community Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #921 (2000) Topics: Communion Chants; Gradual Hymn Chants; Joy, Praise and Thanksgiving Chants; Patronal Festivals Chants First Line: With the angels and archangels Languages: English; Latin Tune Title: [Adoramus te, Domine]
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Stay with me

Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #942 (2000) Topics: Hope and Consolation Chants; Lent Chants; Passiontide Chants; Suffering and Sorrow Chants First Line: Stay here and keep watch with me Refrain First Line: Stay with me, remain her with me Scripture: Matthew 26:36-42 Languages: English Tune Title: [Stay with me, remain here with me]

Within our darkest night

Author: Taizé Community Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #950 (2000) Topics: Evening Chants; Funerals Chants; Hope and Consolation Chants; Suffering and Sorrow Chants Languages: English Tune Title: [Within our darkest night]

Psalm 84

Author: The Grail; Ronald F. Krisman Hymnal: Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #50a (2013) Topics: Processional Chants from the Simple Graduan and the Roman Missal Entrance; Processional Chants from the Simple Graduan and the Roman Missal Presentation of Gifts; Processional Chants from the Simple Graduan and the Roman Missal Communion First Line: How lovely is your dwelling place (Qué bella es tu morada) Languages: Spanish; English Tune Title: [How lovely is your dwelling place]

Psalm 84

Author: Ronald F. Krisman Hymnal: Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #50b (2013) Topics: Processional Chants from the Simple Graduan and the Roman Missal Entrance; Processional Chants from the Simple Graduan and the Roman Missal Presentation of Gifts; Processional Chants from the Simple Graduan and the Roman Missal Communion First Line: You have given your people bread from heaven (Tú has dado a tu pueblo pan del cielo) Languages: Spanish Tune Title: [You have given your people bread from heaven]

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