Celebrate, Remember / Celebrar, Recordar is a resource of new music that will refresh your parish repertoire! For weddings, three new pieces designed for the revised edition of the Rite of Marriage (Entrance Processional, Responsorial Psalm, and Acclamation after the Exchange of Vows or Rings), plus new Spanish versions of three existing Psallite pieces. For funerals, four new pieces (Entrance Chant, Responsorial Psalm, Communion Psalm and Song of Farewell) plus an updated version of an existing Psallite piece. All the new music in this volume has been composed bilingually and works perfectly in English and Spanish. Includes full keyboard and guitar accompaniments, assembly parts, cantor parts, and choir descants. Musica Bilingüe para Bodas y Funerales / Bilingual Music for Weddings and Funerals Un recurso de nueva música que refrescará su repertorio parroquial! Para bodas, tres cantos nuevos diseñados para la edición revisada del rito del matrimonio (Entrada procesional, Salmo Responsorial y la Aclamación después del intercambio de votos o anillos), además, nuevas versiones en español de tres cantos existentes. Para funerales, cuatro cantos nuevos (Entrada, Salmo Responsorial, Comunión y canto de despedida), además de una versión nueva de un canto existente. Toda la música nueva en este volumen ha sido compuesto en forma bilingüe y funciona perfectamente en Inglés y Español. Incluye teclado completo y acompañamiento de guitarra , partes para la asamblea, cantor, y contrapuntos para el coro. For the Revised Rite of Marriage / Para la Edición Revisada del Rito del Matrimonio Fill Us with Your Love, O Lord / Sácianos con Tu Amor (Entrance Processional / Entrada processional) How Happy Are Those who Love with All Their Heart / Dichosos Los que Aman de Todo Corazón (Responsorial Psalm / Salmo Responsorial) Thanks be to God / Gracias a Dios (Acclamation after the Exchange of Vows or Rings / Aclamación después del intercambio de votos o anillos) Live On in My Love / Vivan en Mi Amor (New Bilingual Version / nueva versión bilingüe) Love Bears All Things / El Amor Soporta Todo (New Bilingual Version / nueva versión bilingüe) Merciful and Tender, Faithful is the Lord / Clemente y bondadoso, fiel es el Señor (New Bilingual Version / nueva versión bilingüe) For Funerals / Para Funerales Grant eternal rest to your servants, O Lord / Dales el descanso eterno, Señor (Entrance or Communion Chant / Entrada o Comunión) From clay you have shaped me / De barro me formaste (Responsorial Psalm / Salmo Responsorial) God will wipe away every tear from their eyes / Dios enjugará cada una de sus lagrimas (Communion Psalm / Salmo de Comunión) Saints, come to help him/her/them, Holy Ones of God / Vengan en su ayuda, santos de Dios (Song of Farewell / Canto de Despedida) Apostles’ Creed / Credo de los Apóstoles (Revised Bilingual Version / versión actualizada bilingüe) Paul Inwood is an internationally-known liturgist, composer, organist, author, and speaker. He is a summa cum laude graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London, and he worked for several years at the St. Thomas More Center for Pastoral Liturgy, also in London. His music is sung in churches worldwide, and he is a regular contributor to liturgical and musical journals, forums, and blogs. In 2009 he was honored by the National Association of Pastoral Musicians as their Pastoral Musician of the Year. Paul F. Ford, PhD, is professor of systematic theology and liturgy, St. John’s Seminary, Camarillo, California. He is an internationally recognized authority on the life and writings of C.S. Lewis His award-winning book, Companion to Narnia (HarperCollins) is now in its fourth edition. Cardinal Mahony honored him with the Laudatus Award in 1995 “for excellence in promotion of the liturgical life of the parishes and the people of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.” Dr. Ford’s publications also include eleven entries in C.S. Lewis: A Reader’s Encyclopedia (Zondervan) and By Flowing Waters: Chant for the Liturgy (Liturgical Press). Cyprian Consiglio, OSB Cam, is a monk of New Camaldoli Hermitage in Big Sur, California, where he currently serves as prior of the community. An internationally known performer, recording artist, and composer, he has recorded and published many collections of sacred and liturgical music. A student of the world’s spiritual traditions, Cyprian's music and writing are both heavily influenced in Western as well as Asian spirituality, in which he has been immersed for many years. He is the author of Prayer in the Cave of the Heart: The Universal Call to Contemplation, and Spirit, Soul, Body: Toward an Integral Christian Spirituality published by Liturgical Press. Carol Browning currently serves as music director for King of Glory Lutheran Church, in Newbury Park, California, and has been active in music ministry for more than twenty-five years, in Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopal, and Presbyterian settings, although she is a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). She also leads a monthly ecumenical contemplative prayer at an Episcopal parish and freelances as a pastoral musician. As a liturgical composer, in addition to her work with the Collegeville Composers Group, Carol is published by GIA Publications, Inc. and MorningStar Music, and is an independently published inspirational songwriter. She has contributed articles to GIA Quarterly, World Library’s AIM: Liturgy Resources, and a chapter for OCP Publications' book, Liturgical Ensemble Basics. Catherine Christmas is liturgy and music advisor for the diocese of Arundel and Brighton, England, and is also organist of St John's RC Cathedral, Portsmouth and an adjunct faculty member of St John's Seminary, Wonersh. She obtained her MA in Pastoral Liturgy from Heythrop College, part of the University of London, and has worked in the past as a cathedral director of music, an elementary school vice principal, and a parish pastoral associate. Anna Betancourt is the music director at St. Polycarp Church in Stanton, California, and Spanish choir director at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels in Los Angeles. Anna has been a lifelong member of St. Linus parish in Norwalk, California where she served as Music Director for many years. She has over 27 years of experience directing various choirs ranging from Spanish and Traditional choirs to Handbell, Children’s and Contemporary Ensembles. Anna is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University where she studied under the direction of Paul Salumonovich and later returned to work as Assistant Director of Liturgy and Music for Loyola Marymount University Campus Ministry. Anna has participated in over 40 recordings with various Catholic artists and composers including Pedro Rubalcava, Bob Hurd, Jaime Cortez, Tony Alonso, Peter Kolar, Rafael Moreno, and John Angotti.