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I hope that the knowledge of the texts that the Christian tradition has given us pushes us to give our prayer the depth and beauty of the Easter light. These songs are a homage to the beauty of the Lord.
Alfonso de Liguori, in their frisiha to become singers and witnesses of the Incarnate Word.
I preferred to frislna the text in the original language for others. I wanted to insert two traditional melodies: This term therefore expresses the greatness of God, his beauty, his omnipotence, but also his mercy, his boundless love that Christ has shown us.
The liturgy offers us wonderful texts that describe this joy, the hymns of the Easter Liturgy of the Hours themselves at the center of Christian praise, the Lamb slain and resurrected by showing how the sacrifice of Christ springs nuiva redemption of the world. The richness of these texts is extraordinary and we must learn how to keep them not only in the written statement but especially in the use of concrete prayer and liturgical chant: His Word has opened our hearts and our minds to the truth.
There are both more complicated songs and simple songs, designed for different choirs: The tradition of liturgical music has always reserved for the Mother of God the most beautiful lyrics and melodies, masterpieces such as frrisina Gregorian Mass IXthe hymn Ave Maris Stella, or the solemn antiphon Salve Reginaare just a few of these.
In the Year of Faith, which we are about to experience, it is useful to return ivta this extraordinary text that the Magisterium gives us and invites us to make our own the faith of the Church and to live in the difficulties and the challenges of our present culture.
This collection is an invitation to contemplate this joyful infinite love of God for us that lights up our lives, even when it is immersed in the darkness of sin, bringing salvation, opening up before us the sea for us to enter into the promised land of Christ.
In Revelation, the Church invokes the advent of the Saviour with the friskna The Lenten journey wants to prepare for the encounter with Christ crucified and risen through the purification of the heart and letting us grow in our capacity to love, frisian us through the discovery of God’s mercy and forgiveness of his wealth and at the same time makes us discover the beauty of being the only church that shares the love of Christ.
I believe, therefore, that it is nice to dedicate to him this new collection of songs that have used several texts drawn from both biblical prayers of the saints and used in the liturgical books.
The songs in this collection are intended as a humble tribute to the one who by her faith has opened the doors of salvation and who accompanies us throughout the liturgical year, as the first among believers and sister in faith.
Evangelism is just that: In my nearly thirty years of priestly life, these texts have nurtured my spiritual life and have raised awareness of the beauty of the vocation.
John of the Cross, ” Crisina Living Flame of Love,” reminds us that the soul of Christ in love fears nothing, neither proof nor suffering, because love nourishes the believer’s heart and fills it with singing, that melody sublime that comes from the breath of the Spirit.
In recent years, the Pope has given us a wonderful model of priestly life and above all has given many speeches and ideas for prayer and reflection on the priesthood of great beauty and importance.
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Christ is one with His Church, walks with his bride, and she accompanies him through the streets of history, huova the midst of difficulties and the storms, the triumphs and defeats, never leaves, especially in difficult times and painful. It is there, in fact, that Christ reveals to each of us his love, a love so strong and powerful that “nothing in the world “will be able to separate us from him.
These songs follow a route through the small Marian celebrations of the liturgical year, with particular attention to the texts panr the hymns of the Liturgy of the Hours. The name of God is the Lord means to affirm with force and with joy that God is all this, that his presence to us is salvation and love, mercy and omnipotence, light and victory.
We are the Church that lives the joy of Christ with His Baptism. In the texts of the liturgy of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit is the protagonist, the immense splendor of God, the creative energy, the breath of life, the uncreated Love that Easter blows from all over the world, renewing it with the grace and love.
Jesus in the New Testament is the same title Kyrios, Lord, that expresses the reality of the Risen Lord and the Lord of grisina and the world.
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Some classic texts of the tradition are restated, such as the sequence of the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, in a translation and adaptation that tries to explain, in simple language, the great theological content of the Latin text. As always, this proposal is part of the songs from the texts that the Liturgy and the Word of God offer us.
The encounter with God takes place in the intimacy of the heart as strenuous and demanding commitment to the service of the Church and the world, but it is always dictated by love “who creates everything. In addition to the parts of the Ordinary of the mass, some songs are presented whose text recalls the themes of the Year of Mercy. We find in it the source of joy and amazement and we draw from it the foundations of our faith because we recognize Jesus as the God made man for us, because in Him we find the meaning of our existence and the certainty of our redemption.
I also wanted to include two beautiful prayers, one of them is present in the Missal between those of Thanksgiving “Post Missam,” the act of offering, “WelcomeSir,” the text of S. The presence of the Eucharistic hymns emphasizes the strong bond of the sacrament of the Eucharist with Easter.
May our hearts learn to sing the love of God with enthusiasm and joy without end offering to the world a sign of hope and comfort and inviting him to look up at the cross, where ” the Lord reigns ,” our only hope. This collection is intended as a modest tool to learn and sing these wonderful texts that the liturgical and spiritual tradition of the Church has to offer.
Among the songs offered, are songs of the Ordinary of the Mass, as well as a hymn composed for the International Eucharistic Congress ofin which verses are summarized in the Eucharistic imagery drawn from Scripture and the Fathers of the Church. Advent bita has a special nuoova because it supports the expectation of the Church giving wings to soar to the wonderful Lord who comes.
Such is the journey through the desert to reach the light of the encounter. Next to the sung text, I wanted to include a translation so that everyone can enjoy the richness of the words chosen by the Christian poets who composed those hymns and the prayers. This new collection of songs, some of which revolve around Lenten themes, remind us of the demanding journey of Christian faith but joyful at the same time with the strength that comes from love for Christ and as the great saints teach us.
I hope that the journey of Lent can strengthen our soul and make it agile in the fight against sin and resourceful in doing good.