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Our long history provides a strong foundation for responding to the diverse and changing needs of your parish and your parishioners. We take this privilege and responsibility very seriously—our work is a labor of love that inspires our family and our employees on a daily basis. From the millions of weekly parish bulletins we print to the unique and inspiring content we provide for them; from the hymnals and missals we publish that enhance the prayer lives of so many to the books, calendars, music, and recordings our authors and artists create—we are your partner in ministry. In this catalog, we are especially excited to announce a remarkable addition to our calendar line for 2012. The J.S. Paluch Company was honored to receive a gracious invitation from His Eminence Raffaele Cardinal Farina, sdb, Cardinal Archivist and Librarian of the Holy Roman Church, and Msgr. Cesare Pasini, Prefect of the Vatican Apostolic Library (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana), to create and publish a unique calendar featuring art from the Vatican Library illuminated manuscript collections, along with photos of Pope Benedict XVI and excerpts from his addresses. We are grateful to them and to Dr. Ambrogio M. Piazzoni, Vice Prefect of the Vatican Apostolic Library, and Msgr. Laurence J. Spiteri, jcd, PhD, Officialin-charge of the Legal Affairs Office of the Vatican Apostolic Library, for entrusting these treasured images and words to us so we can share them with you. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of this special edition calendar will be used to support vocations to the priesthood and religious life, an important part of our corporate stewardship. We invite you to explore this catalog to discover how we can help you fulfill your mission as a faith community. If you have any questions or need further information, please contact our Customer Care Department or your local J.S. Paluch Parish Consultant. We look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely,

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If you have an Advent wreath in your household, consider embellishing it, or perhaps a small table as an “Advent altar” nearby, with small images of the saints the Church remembers during this season—especially the ones who are patrons of the people, occupations, and national origins of your household. Choose an activity or food tradition to share on these days.

DECEMBER 3 - SaiNt FRaNCiS XaViER Priest, missionary to the Far East. A quick Xavier soup can be made from chicken broth simmered with cherry tomatoes, bay leaf, fresh parsley, and basil to taste. It’s delicious poured over cheese gnocchi or another pasta cooked according to directions.

DECEMBER 4 - SaiNt BaRBaRa Virgin, martyr, patroness of architects. When her pagan father learned of Barbara’s baptism, he beheaded her. An old practice on St. Barbara’s day is to cut branches of witch hazel, a shrub that blooms in December, and place them in a vase of warm water to release their fragrance. (Or use another plant that might be more readily available.)

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A dvent 2010

Did you know there are five dreams in Matthew’s telling of the birth of Christ? (Joseph has four, the magi have one.) Matthew’s whole Gospel is also in five parts, to imitate the five books of the Jewish law, or Torah. As we discover through all five dreams, obeying God’s will takes courage, dedication, and real love for the people and the mission God has placed in our care. Mary and Joseph obeyed God’s will, and so must we.

NOVEMBER 30 - SaiNt aNDREW Apostle, martyr, patron of Scotland. Symbolized by an X-shaped cross. Enjoy easy Scottish shortbread for dessert! (300 degree oven) Cream 1 C. butter with ⅔ C. sugar. At low speed, add 2 ½ C. flour until just blended. Chill 30 min. Pat into two 7-in. circles, place on baking sheet and mark generous wedges. Bake for 30 min. and cool for 10 min. Sprinkle with cinnamon, if desired.

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(Matthew 1:18–25) An angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, “Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife, for the child conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit.”

MakE a PLaN FOR tHE SEaSON

Nature’s seasons shape the ways we invest energy, time, and resources for daily living. Sacred seasons likewise shape how we invest energy, time, and resources for our spiritual lives. Advent is the season of preparation, of being attentive. We remember Jesus’ coming in history; we work actively for his coming in our hearts; we eagerly anticipate his coming at the end of time. Celebrating Advent gives us an opportunity to invite the sacred into our lives. It’s a chance to make time, make an agenda, and make space in our lives for a deeper, more intimate relationship with God. It’s not about piling more daily tasks onto our Christmas to-do list. It’s about giving ourselves and others permission to love God in a renewed way.

MakE tiME DECEMBER 6 - SaiNt NiCHOLaS

DECEMBER 12 - OUR LaDY OF GUaDaLUPE

Bishop of Myra, patron of children, pawnbrokers, and sailors. Remember his generosity by baking a big batch of iced cookies. Share with others at home, school, or church. Or hand out candy canes (representing his bishop’s staff) or tangerines or foil-wrapped chocolate coins (representing the gold he secretly gave for dowries for three grateful sisters).

Patroness of Mexico. Celebrate this vision of Our Lady awaiting the birth of Jesus with a small bouquet of roses (Our Lady of Guadalupe’s sign) on the dinner table or in your Advent wreath. Toast her with Mexican hot chocolate flavored generously with cinnamon and vanilla.

DECEMBER 8 - iMMaCULatE CONCEPtiON Patroness of the U.S. Celebrates how God preserved Mary from sin. Traditionally, fragrant spices are associated with Mary. This simple sugar and spice cookie will make your kitchen smell heavenly! (Oven 275 degrees) Cream 1 C. butter and 1 C. sugar till fluffy. Blend in 1 egg yolk. Stir in 1½ t. nutmeg and 2 C. flour till combined. Pat evenly into greased 10 x15 rimmed cookie sheet. Brush top with egg white. Bake 50 minutes. Cut into squares while warm.

DECEMBER 13 - SaiNt LUCY Virgin, martyr, patroness of gondoliers. Her name means “light” and one of her symbols, a wreath of candles worn on the head, reminds us of the Advent wreath. In Sweden, the eldest daughter brings her parents coffee and cakes in bed before dawn on St. Lucy’s day. Light lots of candles throughout the house!

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• Wake up fifteen minutes earlier or go to bed fifteen minutes later • Give time new purpose; ask yourself, do I squander the precious gift of time making unnecessary trips in the car? watching television, texting, phoning, surfing the Web? reading non-essential things? • Spend your extra fifteen minutes of newly found time in brief meditation at bedtime or rising, a gentle entry into or exit from busy-ness , saying a prayer, doing spiritual reading, in some charitable work, or perhaps visiting with someone who may be lonely.

MakE aN aGENDa • Create a brief prayer list or choose one inspiring book. • Peruse the seasonal traditions in these articles for the ones that appeal to you. • Be dutiful in lighting your Advent wreath or using your Advent calendar.

MakE SPaCE Put short prayers (like the ones found in this bulletin) where you’ll see them throughout the day • the bathroom mirror • the back of your cell phone • the visor in your car • your bed stand • your purse, pockets, backpack • your computer screen saver

These issues are filled with strong formational content that will help your parishioners and visitors pray through the entire season. You can even choose to include a special seasonal message or articles about parish life or stewardship if you wish. We provide articles and art for you to use. These special issues are supported by advertising that we secure for you. And, best of all, J.S. Paluch won’t eliminate a weekend bulletin even when a holiday occurs on a weekend. You can have both! www.jspaluch.com

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J.S. Paluch offers you not only the best in bulletin services, but also the best in customer service and support. Feel free to call us anytime, we’re here to help you! Support benefits you receive as a bulletin customer: • A toll-free hotline monitored hourly (including FRiday and saturday). Whether it’s because you need reprints, corrections, or any other unforeseen issue, we’ll make sure you are 100% satisfied with your printed bulletin each week. • Local Parish Consultant assigned to your area, ready to handle your specific needs— call anytime! To set up a meeting with a Parish Consultant, call our national headquarters at 1-800-621-5197, ext. 2702. • FREE workshops, webinars, and training sessions for bulletin editors, plus experienced and friendly staff ready to help you with your bulletin preparation. We teach you how to use Publisher and Adobe Acrobat. We’ll also help you create a front cover and template file with a professional looking design. • Full-time, year-round, local advertising sales team. We secure ALL your bulletin advertising for you. If eligible, you will receive a generous ad revenue sharing benefit each year! Talk to your Parish Consultant for details.

FREE Bulletin Binding Service An important tool for your church archives. • Create a permanent record and a basis for building a parish history • Keep a ready reference of parish activities and participants • Attractive hardbound format is likely to be kept at hand or safely stored for future reference Note: Free binding service applies to Sunday advertising-supported bulletins. No other materials (other newsletters, etc.) may be included due to bindery restrictions.

“Several times I have received calls from the J.S. Paluch team letting me know I have left a box blank or that I need some other correction in my bulletin before they print it. It is such a big help to me and my parish to have such a great relationship with this company. They are always friendly and respectful and they have always been there for me.” —Cindy Richard, Bulletin Editor St. Theresa of Avila Gonzales, Louisiana 7

welcome kits Welcome kits for new parishioners

Invite your new parishioners to full participation in your parish with your custom-created Welcome Packet. These attractive and inviting kits provide new or potential registrants with the basic facts about your parish along with faith-enhancing content: • Foil-stamped 6 x 9 folder personalized with your parish name or a folder with a photo of your Church or community—you decide! • Customized Parish Ministry Resources Guide with your ministry offerings, contact information, Mass schedule—and any other content you supply! • 5 x 7 framable Home Blessing Certificate • Our Catholic Prayers prayer book • Our Catholic Songs CD • Thanksgiving Table Prayer • Coloring page for your youngest new parishioners Add your own printed materials such as:

Classic design folder is foil stamped in gold and is available in five colors: Green, Burgundy, White, Navy, and Black

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1. Gathered As One 2. All the Earth 3. We Gather Together 4. Be God’s 5. On a Journey Together 6. Dona Nobis Pacem 7. Panis Angelicus 8. Strength for the Journey 9. Christ Has No Body Now But Yours 10. Go Out in the World 11. Shall We Gather at the River 12. Amazing Grace

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Here are the tools you need to create a professional parish publication! This annual publication contains text in English and Spanish for every Sunday of the year including Scripture commentary, brief summaries of the Sunday readings, a list of the readings for the coming week, a list of upcoming saints and special observances, and quotes worth sharing. Fresh Ideal for: content • Bulletins every • Newsletters year! • Worship aids • Orders of service • Event programs • Websites • And more!

This is a completely bilingual resource package that contains a huge selection of clip art for each week (now available in color!). Complete contents of this paperback book come on the included searchable CD-ROM. Ask your Parish Consultant for the most recent edition of Bulletin Building Blocks .....................................$149.95 *Note: The information in this resource is provided at no charge to J.S. Paluch Company, Inc. bulletin customers as part of their bulletin service agreement. For more information on J.S. Paluch bulletins contact 800-621-5197 or visit www.jspaluch.com.

It’s in the Bulletin The Editor’s Essential Guide to Effective Communication

Nick Wagner A welcome resource for every parish office. This clear and easy-to-use guide for church bulletin editors covers the topics of: • The ministry and tasks of the bulletin editor • Understanding and communicating the “bigger picture” • How to create a useful and high quality bulletin • Methods for catechesis and community-building using the bulletin Additional chapters explore the editorial style (content and questions of grammar, style, and proofreading) and the visual style (font, layout, and graphics like clip art, word art, and photos) that work best in bulletins. 017256 Paperback.......................................... $19.95 10

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Brother Michael O’Neill McGrath, osfs A complete library of Brother Mickey’s art for every Sunday of each liturgical year: an illustration for each Gospel, a word or calligraphy for the second reading, and more. 006182 Year A . ............................................. $30.00 006183 Year B . ............................................. $30.00 006143 Year C .............................................. $30.00 006184 Three-volume set .............................. $75.00

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Sunday by Sunday/Domingo a Domingo

A fine collection of lectionary-based art and articles for the Sundays, solemnities, and feast days for each liturgical year, in English and Spanish on facing pages. Include in your parish bulletin. 006189 Year A . ............................................. $35.00 006190 Year B . ............................................. $35.00 006191 Year C .............................................. $35.00 006198 Three-volume set .............................. $75.00

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Scripture Soundings

Here you will find introductions to each liturgical season; citations for the readings for Sundays, feasts, and solemnities of the liturgical year; reflections and responses; discussion questions in a separate section for group leaders; and a handy liturgical reference calendar. 006610 Year A . ............................................. $30.00 006611 Year B . ............................................. $30.00 006612 Year C............................................... $30.00 006713 Three-volume set .............................. $75.00 A $90.00 value!

Art From the Heart

Devotional Images by Stan Gorski Art from the Heart

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This collection of images will truly speak to the heart of your parishioners and your community. From images of the Madonna and Child to classical rendering of Scripture stories, this artwork will find a welcome home in your bulletin and within other parish communications. Includes black and white and color images. All images with text include an English and Spanish-language version. 006199.............................. $35.00

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Trish Johnston For each Sunday of the liturgical year and several of the year’s feast days, this book offers you a timely article and an inspirational thought for the week. Every page includes an image to illustrate that week’s message, plus shorter versions of each article for those times when your bulletin is running low on space. Use the included CD-ROM to easily insert materials into your printed or online publications. 001771 Year A . ............................................. $39.95 001781 Year B . ............................................. $39.95 001751 Year C .............................................. $39.95

The Complete Parish A Recipe for Success

Thomas F. Gull What does it really mean to be a parish, functionally and spiritually? How can you increase the effectiveness of your parish and grow your active parish membership? Here you’ll learn about the practical side of running a successful parish while adhering to its spiritual mission. Topics include: • Marketing and funding your parish Transform • Communication tools, surveys, and publicity your parish • Spiritual, service, social, and stewardship activity ideas Concrete, creative, and practical examples are provided. 017257 Paperback . ....................................... $19.95

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more Bilingual Resources Tradiciones de Nuestra Fe Traditions of Our Faith

Tradiciones de Nuestra Fe

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Friar Gilberto Cavazos-Gonzalez, ofm A rich collection of articles for English-speaking pastoral ministers and parishioners looking to become familiar with the traditions of Spanish-speaking communities, an ever more vital and vibrant part of church life in the United States. Written in both English and Spanish, each of these articles focuses on a different tradition or custom of the Catholic Church, especially as celebrated in the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world. Each section of the book provides reflection questions that can also be used in classes or discussion groups. All of the articles are on the included CD-ROM for you to easily place into your parish bulletin or other parish publications.

Traditions of Our Faith Un Recurso para el Compartimiento Intercultural de la Fe A Resource for Intercultural Faith Sharing

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We Pray to the Lord Prayers of the Faithful

Jerry Galipeau Roguemos al Señor Oraciones de los Fieles

Great year-round resources for teachers, catechists, parents, and anyone who works with and cares about the faith formation of young children. Each book with CDROM includes 30 reproducible pages of faith-sharing information and hands-on activities. Holy heroes and traditions of the Catholic faith will come alive for young people and will invite children and adults into the richness of Catholic life together. 006186 Saints and Holy Ones . ..................... $14.95 006188 Signs and Symbols ........................... $14.95

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Catholic Corner® Vol. 3: Inside My Church

These helpful books provide celebrants introductions, prayers of the faithful and closing prayers for Sundays, solemnities, and special observances. Each set of intercessions contains a prayer for the sick and a prayer for those who have died, with a place to insert names. CD-ROM includes all texts in the book for easy parish download, customization, and printing. English and Spanish versions available. Paperback books with CD-ROM

This fun and educational new volume is ideal for young children to learn about and identify the ritual objects and actions we see in church— from the altar to the vestments to the stained glass windows… and so much more! Over 30 reproducible pages found in this workbook and on the included CD-ROM. Reprint as many times as you like!

English-language edition: 017190 Year A .................................................$19.95 017191 Year B .................................................$19.95 017192 Year C . ................................................$19.95 017193 Three-volume set . ..............................$50.00 Spanish-language edition: 012706 Año A . ................................................$19.95 012707 Año B . ................................................$19.95 012708 Año C ..................................................$19.95 012709 Three-volume set . ..............................$50.00

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Catholic Corner® Puzzles and Activities Ages 5-7 A whole year of Lectionary-based puzzles, word games, mazes, seek-and-finds, and other age-related “brain teaser” activities designed for children ages 5 to 7. Each book comes with a CD-ROM that contains reproducible pages for every Sunday as well as all major feasts and solemnities. One book is designed for each liturgical year A, B, and C. Pages are undated so they can be used again and again throughout the years. 006140 Year A . ............................................. $14.95 006145 Year B . ............................................. $14.95 006194 Year C .............................................. $14.95

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Help children to grow in their Catholic faith! May 2, 2010 Fifth Sunday of Easter

Our God is so wonderful! See how quickly you can find and circle ten words that describe God in the heart letter trail below.

September 5, 2010 Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time When we decide to follow Jesus, we need to be sure that we are ready to make the necessary sacrifices. Jesus said it was like figuring out the cost before building a tower. Add up what is needed to build the tower below. Circle the number in the money sack if it is enough. Cross it out if it is not.

July 4, 2010 Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Jesus told his followers, “Rejoice because your names are written in heaven” (Luke 10:20). Start at the circle that says “Begin.” Connect the words to make this same sentence in a way that gets you to the “End.”

February 7, 2010 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time What did Jesus tell Simon, James, and John they would be doing as his followers? Write the letter that appears on each fish in the blank that matches its number. You can read the story in your Bible at Luke 5:1–11.

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October 31, 2010 Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Here’s Zacchaeus sitting in a tree. He climbed up it so he could see Jesus. Jesus had just called to him and wants to come to his house! Find and color the shapes shown here.

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LA VÍSPERA DEL DÍA DE TODOS LOS SANTOS Este es el día que se conoce como Halloween, una versión corta de su viejo nombre “All Hallows’ Eve”. La palabra “Hallows” viene de la palabra del inglés antiguo “santos”. Halloween es el día anterior—o la víspera de—El Día de Todos los Santos, el 1º de noviembre, cuando celebramos a todos los que han dedicado su vida a seguir a Cristo y ahora están con Dios. Cuando nosotros tratamos de seguir a Cristo estamos en el proceso de “llegar a ser santos”. La Letanía de los Santos es una oración de la Iglesia, que a menudo la escuchamos en los bautismos, y que es una oración donde pedimos a los santos que intercedan por nosotros. Sus nombres están agrupados en categorías. Escoge un nombre de alguno de los grupos e invita a todos los miembros de la familia a que escojan un nombre de diferente categoría. Busca información de tu santo y durante la cena de mañana comparte lo que aprendiste de este santo o santa. Si ya tienes un santo o santa predilecta o un santo o santa patrón o patrona, inclúyelo (a) también. Luego, todos juntos recen la Letanía de los Santos. Una persona dice el nombre de su santo y todos responden: “Ruega por nosotros”. Si lo desean pueden contestar en latín: “ora pro nobis” después de algunos de los nombres. Para celebrar su santo, construya una corona para cada uno de la casa, escriba el nombre del santo y decórala. Santos Santas Arcángeles Mártires Mujeres San Miguel y Viudas San Esteban San Gabriel San Vicente Santa María San Rafael San Lorenzo Magdalena San Pedro Santa Lucía Apóstoles Santos Santa Cecilia y Santa Catalina Evangelistas Obispos San Nicolás San Pedro San Agustín San Pablo San Jerónimo San Andrés San Juan Santo Tomás San Mateo San Lucas San Marcos Santa Cecilia

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A special edition Vocation Calendar for 2012

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Palabras Pastorales

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This helpful quarterly resource for priests, deacons, initiation ministers, and liturgy planners includes suggested texts, patterns, and models for crafting liturgical language for every Sunday and major feast of the year: • Introduction to the Liturgy of the Day • Invitation to the Penitential Rite • Penitential Rite invocations • Introduction to the Liturgy of the Word • Dismissal of Catechumens and Candidates • General Intercessions (and a list of suggested “every week” petitions) • Introduction to the Eucharistic Prayer • Invitation to the Prayer over the Gifts, the Lord’s Prayer, the Sign of Peace and Communion • Dismissal • Liturgical reminders, suggestions, and calendar items New, • Subscribe today and don’t miss an issue of this gem! larger

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Introduction to the Liturgy of the Day Today as we listen to God’s word, we find that we must learn to wait patiently for the coming of the Lord. Our waiting must be faith-filled; that is, we must set our hearts on the promises that God has made to us. Our time of waiting must also be filled with deeds of service to others. Even the master will serve the faithful servants upon his return, says Jesus in today’s Gospel. Let us pray today to be faithful, patient servants of the Lord.

Palabras Pastorales Edited by María Elena Rodríguez

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The Spanish-language version of Pastoral Patterns. Special attention is given to the culture and significant celebrations of Spanish-speaking Catholics in the United States. You’ll find texts for the same ritual moments for every Sunday and major feast as the English-language edition.

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Estos textos sirven como modelo y por lo tanto deben ser adaptados por cada comunidad de fe.

Introducción a la Liturgia del Día Hoy las lecturas de la palabra de Dios nos dicen que debemos aprender a ser pacientes al esperar la venida del Señor. Nuestra espera debe estar llena de fe, o sea, que debemos poner el corazón en las promesas que Dios nos ha hecho. Nuestra espera también debe estar llena de buenas obras al servicio de los demás. Hasta el mismo amo a su regreso se

pondrá al servicio de sus siervos, nos dice Jesús en el Evangelio de hoy. Oremos para que lleguemos a ser siervos fieles y pacientes que esperan en el Señor.

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Pastoral Companion to The Roman Missal Rev. Paul Turner

This is the essential companion to the new English translation of The Roman Missal. Father Paul Turner walks you through the newly translated Entrance and Communion Songs, Collects, Prayers over the Gifts, and post-Communion prayers for Sundays and Solemnities. Helpful pastoral suggestions and historical background are provided in a clear, concise, accessible manner. This eminently pastoral book is packed with helpful scholarship, making connections between the texts of the Missal and the Lectionary. Special bonus: introductions and conclusions to the Prayer of the Faithful for each Sunday and Solemnity, written in new Missal “style.” A must-have! 003240 Paperback ........................................ $29.95

Eucharistic Prayers I, II, III, IV

Recorded by Bishop J. Peter Sartain An inspired new resource to help you learn and grow comfortable with the new English translation of the Mass. Listen to this audio CD and recite along with Bishop Sartain as he beautifully prays Eucharistic Prayers I-IV. For those who are visual learners, follow along in the accompanying two-color booklet containing the full texts. This flexible program will allow you to acquaint yourself with these new texts at your convenience. 003215 CD and booklet ............................... $14.95

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worship works series

NEW! The Work of the Cantor Proclaimer of the Word, Leader of Prayer

Joe Simmons 017287

Worship Committees that Work

Angela Hibbard, ihm 017280

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When Christians Pray the Psalms

Lucien Deiss, cssp A Pastor’s Perspectives on Participation

Rev. Darren Henson

Developing a Workable Repertory for Congregations

Steven R. Janco

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Christ Present in the Work of Liturgy

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The Work of Preparing the Liturgical Year

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NEW! Practical to Poetic Preaching in Worship

The Role of Music in Worship Sing to the Lord in Pastoral Richard N. Fragomeni; Bob McCarty; Practice Agnes Cunningham, sscm;

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The Work of Preaching in Worship

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religious education Blessings and Prayers through the Year Elizabeth Jeep Music suggestions by Mary Beth Kunde-Anderson A beautiful hardcover book with a full color interior, a ribbon to mark your page, and two CDs of music. You’ll find prayers, blessings, and rituals for school and parish life, as well as twenty-seven songs — enough for a full year of celebrations. The book has a clear, easy-to-follow format and offers helpful background information and preparation ideas for teachers and other prayer leaders. The first CD provides musical accompaniment and vocals to teach songs for prayer. The second provides musical accompaniment only. There are also printed music pages for teaching and for singing together. Groups can begin using the valuable resource at any time during the year. 017252 Hardcover with two CDs ................. $49.95 2 or more copies . .......................................... $44.95 each

Graced Moments Prayer Services for the Lives of Teens Youth ministers, middle school and high school teachers, catechists, and all who minister to young people will love these prayer services that cover a broad range of the life experiences of young people. Each service is introduced by preparatory notes, a list of materials needed, and “talking points” to assist prayer leaders. Services in Volume One include Prayer before Homecoming or Prom, Prayer in the Time of Stress, Prayer at the Start of Athletic Season, and 24 more. Volume Two offers two special services for those who minister to young people at military parishes and 28 additional services. Music suggestions are drawn from Voices as One® Volume 1. Most services contain creative ritual activities to positively impact participants’ faith lives. Full list of prayer services included in each volume at www.wlpmusic.com.

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Questions for Catholics Dominic Catalano An updated version of the original discussion-starter book Questions for Catholics. With new questions dealing with faith, life, love, and responsibility this travel-sized book is ideal for youth groups, family, friends, even while dating! A thoughtprovoking resource that will leave a lasting impression. 017325 ...................... $9.95

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Living the Word

Each year a pair of experts team up to present thoughtprovoking commentary, insightful reflection, and lively discussion questions for the Sunday and feast day Scriptures of that particular liturgical year, hence creating the invaluable prayer resource Living the Word. Living the Word is ideal for discussion groups, scripture study groups, small Christian communities, teen or adult religious education classes, even homilists and presiders. This book has been widely and successfully used with catechumens, candidates, and the newly initiated looking for a deeper understand of their chosen faith.

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John 17:20–26

May 16, 2010

SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Today’s Focus: The Rest of the Story

An Annual Resource— great for small faith groups!

Today’s readings draw our attention to the prayer of Jesus and the prayer of Stephen, the first martyr. We hear some of their last words. These words, along with the vision from the book of Revelation, remind us that we have a destiny, that God has planned a happy ending to our story. FIRST READING

Acts 7:55–60

PSALM RESPONSE

Psalm 97:1a, 9a

SECOND READING

Revelation 22: 12–14, 16–17, 20

Lifting up his eyes to heaven, Jesus prayed, saying: “Holy Father, I pray not only for them, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, so that they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they also may be in us, that the world may believe that you sent me. And I have given them the glory you gave me, so that they may be one, as we are one, I in them and you in me, that they may be brought to perfection as one, that the world may know that you sent me, and that you loved them even as you loved me. Father, they are your gift to me. I wish that where I am they also may be with me, that they may see my glory that you gave me, because you loved me before the foundation of the world. Righteous Father, the world also does not know you, but I know you, and they know that you sent me. I made known to them your name and I will make it known, that the love with which you loved me may be in them and I in them.”

Stephen, filled with the Holy Spirit, looked up intently to heaven and saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God, and Stephen said, “Behold, I see the heavens opened and Understanding the Word the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God.” But they cried out in a loud voice, covered their ears, and rushed uponToday’s him reading from the Acts of the Apostles is about the death of the church’s together. They threw him out of the city, and began to stone firsthim. martyr, Stephen. In this passage Luke articulates an important theme of his The witnesses laid down their cloaks at the feet of a young man that one can depend on God’s sustaining and saving presence during writings: named Saul. As they were stoning Stephen, he called out,suffering. “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.” Then he fell to his knees and cried out Ourinpassage today begins with the immediate consequences of Stephen’s a loud voice, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them”; and when speech to the Jewish council. Stephen had been performing miracles extended he said this, he fell asleep. and debating successfully with Jews in Jerusalem (Acts 6:8–10). Some then brought false accusations against Stephen and he had to defend himself before the Jewish council (Acts 6:11–15). Stephen’s long speech is filled with criticisms The Lord is king, the most high over all the earth. that enrage his audience (Acts 7:2–54). This leads to today’s passage. While his listeners are still fuming, Stephen looks and sees “the heavens opened and the Son of man standing at the right hand of God” (7:56). This is a I, John, heard a voice saying to me: “Behold, I am comingreference soon. I to Psalm 110:1, that says, “The Lord says to you, my lord, / ‘Take your throne bring with me the recompense I will give to each according to hisat my right hand, / while I make your enemies your footstool.’ ” In other Newthe Testament uses of this verse the Lord is sitting. Only in Stephen’s vision is deeds. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, Jesus standing. beginning and the end.” Stephen is sustained by this vision during the stoning; as they are stoning Blessed are they who wash their robes so as to have the right to him he prays, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit” (Acts 7:59). This is the first time that the tree of life and enter the city through its gates. Stephen calls Jesus “Lord,” and it is significant that it occurs after his vision of the “I, Jesus, sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches. “Son of man standing at the right hand of God” (7:56). Elsewhere in the Acts of the I am the root and offspring of David, the bright morning star.” Apostles, Luke uses another reference to Psalm 110:1 to prove that Jesus is Lord The Spirit and the bride say, “Come.” Let the hearer say, “Come.” (2:34–36). This shows that when Stephen calls Jesus “Lord” as he is being stoned, Let the one who thirsts come forward, and the one who wants it sustained by the vision of Jesus “standing at the right hand of God.” he is still receive the gift of life-giving water. The first martyr does not die alone. There is for him a sustaining divine presThe one who gives this testimony says, “Yes, I am comingence soon.” that saves him through his suffering. Amen! Come, Lord Jesus!

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Fifteen-Minute Retreats To Slow Down Your World

Rev. Joseph J. Juknailis Thirty scripture-based reflections for those times in your life when you need a breather or a challenge. This book is sure to offer wisdom and prayer in a timely matter.  Take five minutes for the scripture, five minutes for reading the reflection, and five minutes for prayerful contemplation, and voilá!— a 15-minute retreat!  Use one a day for a month-long retreat, or let the topical table of contents guide your selection daily or weekly. Great for personal or small group use and for homily inspiration. 017110 Paperback ........................................ $12.95

Everyday Psalms 150 Meditations for Living the Lord’s Songs

Alan J. Hommerding Sometimes all you need is a foot in the door. Focusing on just one verse from each of the psalms, liturgist and composer Alan Hommerding flings open that door into the spiritual world of the Psalter. In this travel-sized book each daily meditation provides a commentary on the selected psalm verse together with a prayer and a modest activity rooted in that day’s reflection. The psalm then links to a New Testament passage, calling to mind the central role that the Psalter played in the spiritual formation of the early church. On-the-go folks who think they know the psalms will discover a wealth of new insights from these one-minute daily meditations. 001759 Paperback ........................................ $12.95

Music and Meditation Series

Music by Paul Tate with spoken reflections from Deanna Light Each volume contains six spoken and musical reflections that will be trusted companions on your faith journey. Journey for Home focuses on times of personal doubt, struggle, grief, or longing and is particularly useful during Lent. Light in the Darkness is filled with the promise of Advent and the joy of Christmas. Each spoken reflection is Scripture-based and intertwined with beautiful music by Paul Tate to create a deeply reflective atmosphere. Great for private prayer or use in small groups. A mini-journal is included for personal notes and reflections. 008420 Journey for Home ............................ $14.95 008422 Light in the Darkness . ..................... $14.95

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s m a r g Profor parish ministers Believe, Celebrate, Live the Eucharist A Program for Study and Reflection

All reproducible materials on the included CD-ROM!

The Very Reverend Michael G. Ryan, Pastor Corinna Laughlin, Director of Liturgy This complete, parish-tested and approved study program will inspire your community to learn more about the Eucharist— source and summit of our Christian life. Each unit provides several types of materials for exploring the elements of the Eucharistic celebration (Gathering, Liturgy of the Word, Giving Thanks, Communion, and Sending). Each section also includes: • A script for spoken introduction at Mass • R  eproducible bulletin insert or stand-alone article with questions for reflection and discussion • R  eproducible table tent for reflection and discussion at small group gatherings • Expanded text materials for posting on your parish website • A  rich bibliography of resources for further, in-depth study and reflection Your parish purchase price of just $50.00 includes the right to reproduce all of the materials in the book and on the CD-ROM as needed with no further reprint permission required. 002800 Complete Resource book with CD-ROM ................ $50.00

The Eucharist as Mystagogy

Edward Foley, Capuchin A six-CD series on the Eucharist. Engaging the listener with his passionate presentation style, with poetry and with music, Father Foley conducts a mystagogical journey through the parts of the Mass. All six volumes are ideal for parish staff retreats, for personal spiritual reflections, and for use in the RCIA post-Vigil mystagogical process. Liner notes with each CD provide a process for reflection and discussion questions. 002696 Vol. I The Body Gathers CD ........... $17.00 002697 Vol II Become What You Pray CD ... $17.00 002698 Vol III Become What You Eat CD . .. $17.00 002699 Vol IV Go In Peace CD .................... $17.00 002700 Vol V The Word Resounds CD ........ $17.00 002701 Vol VI Blessed Be God Forever CD .. $17.00 002695 Complete 6-CD set .......................... $85.00

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The Spirit at Work Conversion and the RCIA

Michael Marchal Take the challenge to think outside the box. After decades of ministry as an RCIA team member, Michael Marchal knows the difficult pastoral issues that can arise during the process of Christian initiation. This book focuses on the RCIA as a process for catechumens and baptized candidates, but most significantly, the challenges that face RCIA ministers as well as the entire parish. Marchal writes, “The goal is not imparting data about Jesus, but rather leading others to a living encounter with their Savior.” Weaving together a sound knowledge of the RCIA, a structure of theory, and a wealth of the author’s personal experiences, this book will lead RCIA ministers to the core of the initiation process and give them the wisdom and tools necessary to lead all to a profound conversion to the Lord. 017186 Paperback ........................................ $14.95

Apprenticed to Christ

Jerry Galipeau Hands-on ideas and resources for the “apprenticeship” of catechumens, candidates, and others participating in parish religious formation. Easy-to-use format is based on the Liturgy of the Word, with activities suggested for each Sunday of the three-year cycle of readings and references to additional catechetical resources. 017266 Paperback ........................................ $12.95

Enter the Rose

Miriam Malone, snjm Tools for facilitating a variety of reflections and retreat experiences that unfold the mysteries of faith for catechumens, candidates, and all believers! Two CDs to help with retreats, including downloadable files of retreat handouts, are provided. 017289 Paperback with CD/CD-ROM ........ $49.95

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spanish & bilingual resources

¡Celebremos!/Let Us Celebrate!® Alphabetical Accompaniments

3-Volume Sets for Guitar and Keyboard!

The highly-anticipated alphabetical accompaniments to one of the most-used bilingual worship resources available — ¡Celebremos!/Let Us Celebrate!®

These new 3-volume sets are designed exclusively for use with the ¡Celebremos!/Let Us Celebrate!® missal and hymnal and contain all the songs, hymns, psalms, and more found in this resource. No more tireless searching through the general WLP Alphabetical Accompaniment plus the Cantos de Pueblo de Dios series just to find the bilingual accompaniments you need. You now have access to ONE very convenient resource that will save you time and energy! These accompaniments deliver an authentic representation of Latin American music styles and are designed for easy usage. A great resource for parishes who are providing a Spanish-language Mass for the first time. The Guitar and Keyboard Accompaniment sets each include 3 spiral-bound books: • Volume 1— Service Music/Música para la Misa • Volume 2— English Music • V  olume 3— Spanish and Bilingual Music/Música en Español y

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¡Aclama, Tierra Entera! Sing, All You Lands! Salmos Bilingüe/Bilingual Psalms

A great richness of bilingual psalmody for bicultural communities. Features every common psalm for the church year, plus psalmody for special celebrations like the Paschal Triduum, All Saints, All Souls, Marian feasts and Thanksgiving. Today’s leading bilingual composers have composed culturally-appropriate melodies to which these sacred texts are set in English AND Spanish. Many settings are able to be sung mono-lingually or completely bilingually. 012637 Guitar/Vocal Edition, single-volume ................ $29.95 012636 Keyboard/Vocal Edition, single-volume . .......... $44.95 012638 Complete 4-CD Recording .............................. $69.95

Misa Luna

Revised for the new English translation of the Mass!

Peter Kolar This fully bilingual Mass setting is ideal for festive celebrations with organ, choir and brass, yet simple enough to do with guitar and cantor. The acclamations are easily learned by an assembly, making it perfect for Spanish-speaking and bilingual communities. 018060 Keyboard/Vocal Edition ................................... $12.00 018061 Guitar/Vocal Edition ........................................ $5.00 018067 Assembly Card ................................................. $1.00 018066 CD . ................................................................. $17.00

Instrumental parts available online. Misa, Mesa, y Musa Volume 2 Liturgy in the U.S. Hispanic Church

Compiled and Edited by Kenneth G. Davis, O.F.M., Conv. Essays by a variety of noted Hispanic authors and liturgists and a realistic look at the challenge and complexity of worship in Hispanic/ Latino communities. Designed for non-Hispanics working in diverse, worshipping communities. 012702 Paperback ........................................................ $14.95 Misa, Mesa, y Musa Volume 1 012701 Paperback ........................................................ $6.50

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St. Cecilia’s Orchestra

A whimsical, delightful, and dazzling book for children and adults, sprung from the imagination of artist Br. Michael O’Neill McGrath and poet-composer Alan J. Hommerding. Join St. Cecilia on her exciting and colorful journey across the world (and beyond!) as she gathers together a group of extraordinary musicians for her heavenly orchestra. Learn about familiar instruments (piano, trumpet, and flute) and not-so-familiar instruments (kora, zukra, and the didgeridoo!), while visiting the fascinating spaces and places where the music of all God’s children resounds!

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Mysteries of the Rosary

This inviting ABC book combines colorful and delightful illustrations with alliterative and whimsical (yet appropriate) Scripture story references. A glossary of evocative questions located in the back of the book will help parents, grandparents, godparents, teachers, and children connect these faith stories to everyday life. An exploration of art, symbol, and faith that will be revisited for years to come!

Brothers Mickey’s signature use of vibrant colors, symbols, and multicultural imagery bring to life the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries of the rosary. Scripture references are provided with each piece of art and discussion questions at the beginning of each section are included for faith-sharing across generations. A true treasure for all ages!

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Blessed Art Thou Mother, Lady, Mystic, Queen

Art and Meditations by Br. Michael O’Neill McGrath, osfs Prayers by Fr. Richard N. Fragomeni Inspired by the text of the Litany of Loreto, one of the oldest prayers of the Catholic Church, these 20 images celebrate various reverent names for Mary, all with a somewhat contemporary twist. 017255 Hardcover Buy 10 or more copies .................................. $29.95/each regularly $39.95 017297 Paperback Buy 10 or more copies .................................. $19.95/each regularly $24.95

At the Name of Jesus The Way, The Truth, The Life

Art and Meditations by Br. Michael O’Neill McGrath, osfs Prayers by Fr. Richard N. Fragomeni Twenty-one inspiring and emotion-filled images of Christ, in visual and written form. Encounter a fresh array of images of Christ reflecting many times and cultures and come away with new ways to pray and to know Jesus. 017298 Hardcover Buy 10 or more copies.................................... $29.95/each regularly $39.95 017299 Paperback Buy 10 or more copies .................................. $19.95/each regularly $24.95

Celebration of Saints poster This colorful 18 x 24” poster, reminiscent of an eye-catching stained glass window, shows 74 saints at the Easter Vigil. A guide to each of the saints depicted is included on the back so your favorites can be found in the crowd. 006600 18 x 24 Paper Poster......................... $20.00 006602 18 x 24 Laminated Poster ................ $30.00 001153 4 x 5 Notecards (blank inside)/pack of 20 ....................... $5.00 More posters and notecards at www.wlpmusic.com.

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Canticle Biblical Songs Illuminated

Reflective Poetry by John Shea Song has been part of our faith tradition for longer than there has been a written Bible. Experience these twenty canticles of joy, praise, and lament while renewing appreciation of Scripture and song. Each canticle is illuminated by the striking art of G.E. Mullan and tied together with poetic reflection written by master storyteller John Shea. A wonderful book for anyone who finds fulfillment in music and poetry and appreciates the power of art and prayer. 017347 Hardcover ........................................ $29.95 Buy 10 or more copies .................................. $24.95/each regularly $29.95

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pray today series Travel-sized prayer books filled with a special collection of thoughtprovoking prayers for all occasions and for all groups. Be With Me, Lord Prayers for the Sick Rodney J. DeMartini, sm This is a treasured collection of prayers especially for those who are ill or suffering. Whether it’s a common cold or a terminal illness, this essential book will fulfill a common need— to replace our fears and frustrations with confidence and courage. This small yet powerful book is filled with prayers of comfort, hope, forgiveness, and acceptance, and will also provide visitors and ministers to the sick with a way to articulate their own sentiments. 017196

Called to Be Your Song Prayers for Cantors Michael E. Novak A charming collection specifically for cantors containing dozens of prayers for the liturgical seasons and a special section for times unique to this ministry such as “When Learning New Music” and “When I Have a Sore Throat.”A truly uplifting and one-of-a-kind resource. 017387

In Holy Harmony Alan J. Hommerding More than 100 poetic prayers for all music directors and parish musicians. Ordered by liturgical season and ministry occasions, the reflective prayers in this travel-sized book are suitable to be used at the beginning or end of a choral rehearsal or for gatherings of musicians in groups of any size. 000701

Ringing True Prayers for Handball Ringers Linda Stahelin A perfectly wonderful and imaginative collection of prayers to be used with handbell choirs throughout the year. 003424

Gathered to Serve Prayers for Parish Leaders

Each edition is a 5 x 7 Paperback book. Single copies ........... $6.00 each 5 or more copies (of same book) ............................... $5.00 each NEW BULK PRICES! 25-49 copies (of same book) ................................ Only $4.00 each! 50 or more copies (of same book) ................................ Only $3.00 each!

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Jerry Galipeau A much-needed spiritual resource for anyone in parish leadership. Inside are eighty prayers that can be used whenever parish leaders gather to do the work of the parish. 017350

Guided by Grace Prayers for Worship Committees Michael R. Prendergast A worthy resource for parish worship committees gathering to do their work grounded in the context of prayer. Included are prayers suitable to a wide variety of specific circumstances, from preparing to celebrate liturgical seasons, sacraments, and anniversaries to prayers for peace and guidance in crafting a parish mission statement. 017187

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seasonal prayers Bonus offer!

Sing We Now of Christmas

Various This rich and festive album puts a new spin on old favorites with stunning arrangements and outstanding performances. Enhance your joy this Christmas season!

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These 5½” x 8½” prayer sheets are priced inexpensively enough to put at each place setting for a meal, or to include in a mailing to school families and parishioners. Fits easily into an envelope with a seasonal greeting card. Give to: • Parish groups or organizations • Faith sharing groups • Catechumens and candidates • Teachers to use in class • All parishioners as a bulletin insert

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus! We prepare to celebrate Christ, born in a manger, We watch and wait for Christ, coming in glory.

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus! Come, Light from Light, Come, Emmanuel, God-with us.

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus! Come, Prince of Peace, Come, Word-made-flesh.

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus!

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Come, Sun of Justice, Come, Messiah and King.

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus! Keep us steadfast and faithful, Lord, Living the Gospel until the Day you appear.

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus! (Scripture selections may be found on the reverse.)

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Alleluia! Music for Easter Time

Various A gathering of instrumental and choral songs from popular WLP music collections, specifically chosen to celebrate the glorious Easter season. Includes tracks from Jerry Galipeau, Danielle Rose, the late Fr. Chrysogonus Waddell, ocso, and many more. 017361 CD $17.00 Only $10.00

Advent Prayer 001167

Kyrie Eleison. Lord, have mercy on us. Now is our acceptable time, now is our day of salvation.

Kyrie Eleison. Lord, have mercy on us. We have wandered from you, Lord, return us to your loving embrace.

Christmas Meal Prayer 000974

Kyrie Eleison. Lord, have mercy on us. Keep us faithful to prayer, fasting, and charity, increase our faith, hope and love.

Kyrie Eleison. Lord, have mercy on us. Let us walk in the warmth of heaven’s mercy as we journey to the glorious Easter dawn.

Kyrie Eleison. Lord, have mercy on us.

(Scripture selections may be found on the reverse.)

Lent Prayer 001166

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