Liturgical Music/Hymn Suggestions

For Sundays from February 3, 2019 (4th Sunday of Ordinary Time) until March 10, 2019 (1st Sunday of Lent)

For Sundays from March 17, 2019 (2nd Sunday of Lent) until April 21, 2019 (Easter Sunday)

For Sundays from April 28, 2019 (2nd Sunday of Easter) until June 9, 2019 (Pentecost)

For Sundays from June 16, 2019 (Trinity Sunday) until July 28, 2019 (17th Sunday in Ordinary Time)

For Sundays from August 4, 2019 (18th Sunday in Ordinary Time) until September 15, 2019 (24th Sunday in Ordinary Time)

For Sundays from September 22, 2019 (25th Sunday in Ordinary Time) until November 3, 2019 (31st Sunday in Ordinary Time)

For Sundays from November 10, 2019 (32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time) until January 5, 2020 (Solemnity of Epiphany)

For Sundays from January 5, 2020 (Epiphany of the Lord) until February 16, 2020 (6th Sunday in Ordinary Time)

National Liturgy Office (Suggestions from CBW III) 

Music for the Roman Missal--Click Here.

The music and texts for the Roman Missal found on the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) website may be reproduced free of charge in printed form, for non-commercial purposes, in publications not for sale, by parishes, dioceses, schools, etc., provided that the copyright acknowledgement which appears at the foot of each page is included.  

Psalms for Sundays and Solemnities (NRSV Translation)

Year A, Year B, Year C

Each publication (Year A, B, C) contains Psalm settings for the NRSV Psalms, coinciding with the Canadian Edition of the Lectionary:  Sundays and Solemnities.  

This resource is available from CCCB Publications directly or may be purchased at Burns Hanley Church Supplies in Regina. 

Click on the image for more information.

Music Ministry Planning Sheets

These Music Ministry Planners will guide you through the music requirements for Sundays, Weekdaysand the liturgies of Holy Week.

Liturgical Music Guidelines

Click on the images/links below to view or download the guidelines and resources.


Music At Mass

Liturgical Principles For Pastoral Musicians

Guidelines for Liturgical Music (CCCB, Revised 2015) 

This is an excellent presentation of the principles of liturgical music for Sundays, the various liturgical seasons, the Sacraments and other Rites of the Church.

Rights and Permissions Policy (CCCB, Revised 2017)

This is a helpful guide in understanding copyright as both a legal and moral issued.

For more information please feel free to contact us:

Fr. Ron Andree (rmandreeatgmail [dot] com)
Marian Grady (mariangradyatsasktel [dot] net)
Deacon Joe Lang (j [dot] langatrcsd [dot] ca)
Braden Kuntz (bkuntzatarchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca)

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