Psalm 144/145, Responses and Acclamations for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B,
Hear the music
Would you like to know what the psalms sound like? Here are some examples, and you can hear more sung by our friends at Churches in different countries,
- The Ascension Psalm 46, 'God mounts his throne to shouts of joy', sung at Adelaide Cathedral
- Easter Vigil Psalm 29, 'I will bless you Lord, you have rescued me', sung at Eendrachtskapel in Rotterdam
- Adelaide Children's Choir singing Psalm 22/23,'The Lord is my Shepherd'
- St James Episcopal, Birmingham singing Psalm 79/80, 'The vineyard of the Lord is the house of Israel' (at 9'45')
- St John the Evangelist, Barrhead Psalm 136, 'O let my tongue cleave to my mouth if I remember you not'
What does it mean when we talk about 'Ordinary Time'?You can explore further on Kate's blog about Psalms, Alleluias and Church music, or you can read Kate's latest news on Facebook. Kate also blogs for The Tablet.
Audio Bible Psalms 91 Youtube
This collection of short, colorful videos illustrate different Bible stories for your first through fourth graders. Normally, these are part of the teaching videos for Konnect series, but here you can download and show them as stand-alone videos. Videos in this series are from the books of Psalms and Proverbs. Feb 07, 2012 Psalm 91 Various Versions. Here are several versions of Psalm 91, by which I was able to memorize it. I just listened to these on my iphone all day over and over, and the variety kept it from becoming 'invisible' to my ears, kept me interested, and firmly embedded it in my cortex. Now I say it from memory a couple times a day: when I do my.