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Jesus restores sight

    

This week, 22nd March 2020, is the Fourth Sunday of Lent, Year A

 

As Jesus went along, he saw a man who had been blind from birth. Jesus spat on the ground, made a paste with the spittle, put this over the eyes of the blind man and said to him, 'Go and wash in the Pool of Siloam' (a name that means 'sent'). So the blind man went off and washed himself, and came away with his sight restored. His neighbours and people who earlier had seen him begging said, 'Isn't this the man who used to sit and beg?' Some said, 'Yes, it is the same one.' Others said, 'No, he only looks like him.' The man himself said, 'I am the man.'

They brought the man who had been blind to the Pharisees. It had been a Sabbath day when Jesus made the paste and opened the man's eyes, so when the Pharisees asked him how he had come to see, he said, 'He put a paste on my eyes, and I washed, and I can see.' Then some of the Pharisees said, 'This man cannot be from God: he does not keep the Sabbath.' Others said, 'How could a sinner produce signs like this?' And there was disagreement among them. So they spoke to the blind man again, 'What have you to say about him yourself, now that he has opened your eyes?' 'He is a prophet' replied the man. 'Are you trying to teach us,' they replied 'and you a sinner through and through, since you were born!' And they drove him away.

Jesus heard they had driven him away, and when he found him he said to him, 'Do you believe in the Son of Man?' 'Sir,' the man replied 'tell me who he is so that I may believe in him.' Jesus said, 'You are looking at him; he is speaking to you.' The man said, 'Lord, I believe', and worshipped him.'

 

 

Jn.9: 1;6-9;13-17;34-38 (shorter form)


Please join in the singing. All the words are printed on the Mass sheet.

Christ's message in all its richness must live in your hearts. Teach and instruct each other with all wisdom. Sing psalms, hymns and sacred songs; sing to God with thanksgiving in your hearts.

(Col. 3:16)

If you see  ***  next to a song name below, you can click on it to hear it.

Please note that hymns below are frequently updated. Make sure you take a Mass sheet.


Opening Be thou my vision
Penitential Rite Lord, have mercy
Gloria No Gloria in Lent
Psalm The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want.
Gospel Acclamation Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ
Procession Broken for me
The responses and Lamb of God will be sung
Communion

Memorare
Jesus, I see in you
The Lord's my shepherd

Recessional Christ be our light

If there is a hymn you would like to hear at 10am mass, please tell us by emailing us (email address on Home page). We are looking for new members. Whether you sing or play an instrument, or both, if you would like to share in worship with us and serve our community, please contact us at church or via email. Thanks be to God.

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