As one component of the assembly, Your Rev'd Blogger was asked to come up with a dozen or so hymns and clues for people to guess those hymns. When prompted, he will play the first notes of the hymn for a student to
Name That Hymntune!
...and win some sort of fabulous prize, I guess. It's all about the fabulous prizes.
Are you, patient reader, more song-savvy than a 5th grader? Without googling or flipping through your hymnal, riddle me this:
"Sometimes it causes me to tremble,” but above all Jesus’ death and resurrection cause us to be grateful—especially when we sing this hymn during Lent.
Playing for God on “glad tambourines” and letting “your trumpet sound” are two ways this song tells us to live by its title.
Whether He is received by “Gentile or Jew, servant or free,” the Lord’s Eucharistic Presence unites the singers of this song.
That's only a sampling of the selections being asked of our students this morning. Feel free to leave a comment below if you dare to guess.