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Sugggested Mass Songs for February 5, 2012 Sunday Mass

Sunday, February 5, 2012
5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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1.      Diha sa Halaran, swak sa Psalm “Dagyga ang Ginoo”
2.      Daygon ta ang Ginoo, swak pa rin sa Psalm “Dagyga ang Ginoo”
3.      Awit ng Pasasalamat (Hontiveros)
4.      Pag-aalaala (Francisco) Prioritize Stanza 2.
5.      All I ask of you (Norbet)
6.      Blest be the Lord (Schutte)

1.      O Ginoo, Kaloy-I Kami (Set 4)
2.      Ginoo, Kaloy-I Kami (Neniel)
3.      Maawa Ka (Francisco-Reyes)
4.      Panginoon, Maawa Ka (Cayabyab)
5.      As we Prepare
6.      Lord, Have Mercy (Francisco-Reyes)

1.      Himaya sa Dios (Nars Fernandez)
2.      Himaya sa Dios III
3.      Luwalhati sa Dios (Sengson)
4.      Papuri sa Dios (Francisco-Reyes-Torres)
5.      Give Glory to God
6.      Glory to God (Francisco-Agatep)

First Reading:
Job 7:1-7
A life of hardship. This is about broken-hearted Job’s sorrows that man’s life on earth is a thankless job. 

Responsorial Psalm:
Psalm 147:1-6
Praise the Lord, Who heals the broken hearted. 

Second Reading:
1 Corinthians 9:16-23
Duty to Preach 

Alleluia/Gospel Acclamation:
1.      Pangitaa ang Gingharian
2.      Alleluia Himoa Kami nga Dalan
3.      Alleluya, Lamdag ka
4.      Aleluya Wikain Mo (swak sa 2nd Reading)
5.      Alleluia 17
6.      Sing Alleluia (Marcelo)

Mark 1:29-39
Jesus’ Ministry 

Jesus heals Peter’s sick mother-in-law and many others: the ill and the demonized. Jesus preached throughout Galilee, healed the sick, and casted out demons. 


What I would like to talk to you about today and what seems to be the major theme of the day is HEALING. In his own time Jesus was known predominately as a prophet and a healer. The Gospel accounts describe many healing miracles to him, and indeed, Jesus said he passed this gift of healing on to his disciples, where we read in Acts of the Apostles that they also were able to go around healing people. In today’s Gospel of Mark we hear of one such healing – the healing of Peter’s mother.
On the one hand, a modern woman might think it a little suspect that Jesus healed Peter’s mother-in-law just  so that she could get up and make them dinner and serve them. On the other hand, the idea of hospitality in the Middle East was such that for her to be sick and not be able to provide for her guests would have been a huge disappointment to a woman of that era.
In passing, I must say that it has bothered me that this gift of healing hasn’t been much passed down to us today.  Rarely, if ever,  do we hear of a priest who is known for his ability to heal.  Is it because we really don’t believe in miracles in our modern society? Or that they, in their medical ignorance, ascribed everything to miraculous healings?
 Jesus’ healings often involved the forgiveness of sins as well, leading me to believe that perhaps there is a relationship between sickness and  of not being happy with ourselves, so with the resolution of guilt, we can be healed physically as well as mentally.
There is something which makes me think the Church does think that Peter’s mother-in-law’s problems were psychological though. They have paired this healing with the first reading from the Book of Job. In the first reading, which is enough to drive anyone to depression, we meet Job at his most depressed. This section of Job is a real downer!  “When I lie down I say “When shall I rise?” But the night is long, and I am full of tossing until dawn. My days… come to their end without hope.” This man is in bad shape.
If you remember the story, God has allowed Satan to test Job to see whether or not he will get angry and curse God. So Satan sends this good man all sorts of miseries, and while he does get depressed about it – as we certainly see here, he never gives up on God, and he comes to realize that “God gives and God takes away. Blessed be the name of God!”
While disaster and despair might not be common in our own lives, certainly worry and lack of focus are not – and these can bring us low and to depression as well. The pace of modern society and the lack of time to get everything done that we want to do can also leave us feeling depressed, or if not depressed, bored with our lives.
Perhaps our young people see this in us. They sense a tedium and a staleness about our lives and our religious practices. “Mass is so boring” they might say.  While it’s true a young person is not going to find much entertainment here – especially if you compare it to the 150 cable channels and all the rest of pop culture today – but often our worship together can become rote and lifeless. Is Church just concerned with itself – a symptom of depression – or are we really excited about the message of Christ as Paul was.
Know this: With the coming of Christ, God has in fact, healed all of us.  Jesus provides the antidote to original sin, he opens up the heavenly kingdom for all men and women, and he provides the one thing that we need if we are to get out of sickness and depression – and that things is HOPE. In our Gospel acclamation today this is summed up nicely:  “Christ took away our infirmities and bore our diseases”. This is the ultimate healing.
And besides the physical healing and the hope God has given us gifts whereby we can be forgiven of our transgressions. We never have to feel a lack of hope because Jesus is with us when we are gathered to together, Jesus is with us in the Eucharist, his gift to us, and God is present as the Spirit in our daily lives.
I find it also interesting, that although Jesus cured Peter’s mother and the many ill people who came to Peter’s home, Jesus did not see that as his first mission.  According to today’s reading from Mark, Jesus saw his first mission as preaching the good news of the coming kingdom. And that is what ties our second reading today to the Gospel.  St. Paul also talks about the importance of his preaching. He sees his preaching as an obligation, and sees in it his role of stewardship – service to the Lord.  Like priests in the Catholic Apostolic Church today, St. Paul wants no financial recompense for his preaching, but sees his ability to preach through Jesus, as reward enough. And perhaps through his preaching he can excite people and get them out of themselves.
So service and healing become the dominate themes we want you to think about today. They are intertwined in an interesting psychological way as well. When we serve others, we go outside of ourselves and that alone can heal depression.  Thinking of others, devoting time to others, visiting the sick, feeding the hungry, calling up friends on the phone – all these things can take us away from ourselves – and strangely, our depression can lift.  We are healed. Jesus the Psychiatrist, the healer, the giver of Hope.
These qualities Jesus brings to us and that we can use in our daily lives to make them better is the GOOD NEWS I bring to you today.
1.      O Dios Dawata (Koro Viannista)
2.      Diyutay lang Kini
3.      Ang Tanging Alay Ko
4.      Narito Ako (San Andres) Prioritize Stanza 2.
5.      Narito Ako, Panginoon (Que)
6.      Prayer for Generosity (Arboleda) 
7.      To Be Your Bread (Haas)

1.      Santos (Pastorela)
2.      Santos V (Villanueva)
3.      Santo, Santo, Santo (Que)
4.      Santo, Santo, Santo (Francisco)
5.      Holy, Holy, Holy (Benitez)
6.      Holy, Holy, Holy (Dufford-Schutte)

1.      Si Kristo (Chord of Am)
2.      Si Kristo (Chord of E)
3.      Si Kristo’y Namatay (Hontiveros)
4.      Si Kristo ay Namatay (Dying)
5.      Memorial Acclamation (Marcelo-Fenomeno)
6.      When We Eat this Bread

1.      Amen
2.      Dakilang Amen
3.      Amen (World Youth Day ’95)
4.      Amen Alleluia (Bayogos)

Pater Noster:
1.      Amahan Namo I (Set 1) chord of D
2.      Ama Namin (Marcelo)
3.      Aman Namin (Hontiveros 1)
4.      Our Father (Alipio)

1.      Kay Imo Man
2.      Sapagkat
3.      For Thine (Mallote)

Agnus Dei:
1.      Kordero sa Dios IV (Chord of Dm-Bb)
2.      Agnus Dei (R. Villanueva Mass 8)
3.      Kordero ng Diyos (Cayabyab)
4.      Kordero ng Diyos (Que)
5.      Lamb of God (Folk)

1.      Ang Kinabuhing Mahinungdanon, swak sa 2nd Reading. Prioritize stanza 2
2.      Ang Tawo niining Kalibutan
3.      Kini maong Akong Lawas
4.      Awit ng Paghilom (Aquino) 
5.      Kaibigan
6.      Halina, Lumapit sa Akin (Isidro, Que) Best choice.
7.      Hesus ng Aking Buhay (Aquino)
8.      Huwag Kang Mangamba (Pagsanghan, Francisco)
9.      Huwag Limutin (Aquino)
10.  H’wag Mangamba (Francisco)
11.  Far Greater Love (Go, Francisco)
12.  God of Silence (Francisco)
13.  Here I Am, Lord (Schutte)

1.      Ang Atong Tulubagon
2.      Kinsa?
3.      Ang Tawag
4.      Magpasalamat sa Kanya (Ramirez)
5.      O Bayan ng Dios (Aquino)
6.      My Heart’s Thanksgiving (Aquino)

Enjoy and have a nice weekend everyone J

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