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1. Good Friday Service - The Sinners Prayer - Luke 23:32-43

Good Friday Service - The Sinners Prayer - Luke 23:32-43

3.25.16 Good Friday Service The Sinners Prayer - Luke 23:32-43 used by permission CCLI 931295

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4. Good Friday 2013 Prayer

  • Published: 2013-01-24T23:15:16Z
  • By Alive Now
Good Friday 2013 Prayer

Good Friday prayer published in Alive Now magazine. Written and read by author, Kerry Greenhill. Prayers copyright (c) 2013 by The Upper Room. Find resources for your spiritual journey at http://alivenow.upperroom.org.

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5. Good Friday (English)

Good Friday (English)

This the complete Morning Prayer, 3rd, 6th and 9th Hour Prayers of the Good Friday Service in English, based on the 2018 translations produced by Liturgical Resource Development. Hopefully these recordings will help everyone participate as one in this year's service.

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6. Good Friday Morning Prayer 03-30-18

Good Friday Morning Prayer 03-30-18

Good Friday Morning Prayer 03-30-18

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7. Good Friday Evening Prayer 04-14-17

Good Friday Evening Prayer 04-14-17

Good Friday Evening Prayer 04-14-17

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8. Good Friday Evening Prayer 03-30-18

Good Friday Evening Prayer 03-30-18

Good Friday Evening Prayer 03-30-18

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9. Good Friday Evening Prayer 04-19-19

Good Friday Evening Prayer 04-19-19

Good Friday Evening Prayer 04-19-19

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11. 2 Minute Prayer Reflection for Good Friday

2 Minute Prayer Reflection for Good Friday

2 Minute Prayer Reflection for Good Friday by Fr. James Kubicki.

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12. 4-19-19 Good Friday Worship Service

4-19-19 Good Friday Worship Service

Good Friday worship service 4-19-19

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15. "Jesus Remember Me" - St. Anthony of Padua Choir -Good Friday, April 14th, 2017,

  • Published: 2017-04-17T03:03:50Z
  • By Bob_Tenor

Jesus, Remember Me Jacques Berthier (June 27, 1923 – June 27, 1994) was a French composer of liturgical music, best known for writing much of the music used at Taizé, France. Audio was recorded on Friday, April 14th, 2017 Performers: St. Anthony of Padua Choir Good Friday Mass 3pm -- Saint Anthony of Padua Church West Harrison, New York Rev. Christopher W. Monturo, Pastor Laurence Broderick, Director, Music Ministry -- Scripture References: St. Luke 23:42 One of the robbers crucified with the Savior cried out, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom” (Luke 23:42). Jesus responded, "I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise" (v. 43). This humble plea of a sinner for divine mercy is all the more poignant today as our Savior in heaven continues to pray for his people. “Jesus, Remember Me” comes from the Taizé community, an ecumenical community in France with Reformed roots. In the Taizé tradition, short songs are often sung repeatedly with various descants. The Taizé and many other Christian communities and churches use this song as a meditative chant in communal prayers. The text and tune are from Music from Taizé (vol. 1, 1981), published by G.I.A. Publications, Inc. Liturgical Use: Good Friday; as a prayer song in a meditative service. --Psalter Hymnal Handbook, 1988 --------- A beautiful chant recorded in West Harrison, New York, USA, on Good Friday, based on the words of a man crucified next to Jesus, underscores a meditation on Christ, his suffering, death and resurrection. --- Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom. Jesus, remember me when you come in to your kingdom. ----- Laurence T. Broderick, pianist, choral director; St. Anthony of Padua Choir (under the direction of Laurence T. Broderick) ----Unedited Version------Zoom H2-----

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16. Jesus Remember Me - Saint Anthony of Padua Choir- Good Friday, April 14, 2017 -Meditative Hymn

  • Published: 2017-04-17T16:35:35Z
  • By Bob_Tenor
Jesus Remember Me - Saint Anthony of Padua Choir- Good Friday, April 14, 2017 -Meditative Hymn

Jesus, Remember Me Jacques Berthier (June 27, 1923 – June 27, 1994) was a French composer of liturgical music, best known for writing much of the music used at Taizé, France. ------ Audio was recorded on Friday, April 14th, 2017 Performers: St. Anthony of Padua Choir Good Friday Mass 3pm Saint Anthony of Padua Church West Harrison, New York Rev. Christopher W. Monturo, Pastor Laurence Broderick, Director, Music Ministry ----------------------- Scripture References: St. Luke 23:42 One of the robbers crucified with the Savior cried out, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom” (Luke 23:42). Jesus responded, "I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise" (v. 43). This humble plea of a sinner for divine mercy is all the more poignant today as our Savior in heaven continues to pray for his people. “Jesus, Remember Me” comes from the Taizé community, an ecumenical community in France with Reformed roots. In the Taizé tradition, short songs are often sung repeatedly with various descants. The Taizé and many other Christian communities and churches use this song as a meditative chant in communal prayers. The text and tune are from Music from Taizé (vol. 1, 1981), published by G.I.A. Publications, Inc. Liturgical Use: Good Friday; as a prayer song in a meditative service. --Psalter Hymnal Handbook, 1988 --------- A beautiful chant recorded in West Harrison, New York, USA, on Good Friday, based on the words of a man crucified next to Jesus, underscores a meditation on Christ, his suffering, death and resurrection. --- Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom. Jesus, remember me when you come in to your kingdom. ----- Laurence T. Broderick, pianist, conductor, choral director; St. Anthony of Padua Choir ------ Mixed via LANDR-medium intensity

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