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Ah, Holy Jesus : Herzliebster Jesu G5791 by Hal H. Hopson
As a chalice cast of god G6908 by Austin C. Lovelace
Ascendit Deus = Our God has gone up G5685 by Oreste Ravanello
Behold the savior G6372 by Dana Mengel
Calm me, Lord G6210 by David Adam
Catholic Classics Volume II CD766 by Richard Proulx
Catholic Latin classics G5432 by Richard Proulx
Christ Is Risen, Christ Is Living by Austin C. Lovelace
Christ the Lord is risen today : surgit in Haec Dies G6967 by Lynn Trapp
Concertato on : Go make of all disciples and The Day of Resurrection G6208 by Richard Proulx
Crucifixus Etiam Pro Nobis from Mass in B minor by J. S. Bach
Deliver us, O Lord G-6600 by Herman G.JR Stuempfler
Easter Anthem G-5819 by Paul Inwood
Eternal light! G-5520 by Austin C. Lovelace
Faith, Hope and Love G6028 by Ronan McDonagh
Hail the day that sees Him rise G-5330 by Michael Silhavy
Here, O my Lord G-7342 by Kevin Bidgood
Hosanna to the son of David G5779 by Harold Owen
In Monte Oliveti : out on the Mount of Olives G5549 by Anton Bruckner
In silent slumber, angels come : tune, Kingsfold by Alan J. Hommerding
Let in joy this Easter Day G-5630 by Peter Niedmann
Like a bird that spreads her wings G7712 by Jan Michael Joncas
Maker of Heaven and Earth CD 492 G6848 by Francis Patrick O'Brien
Man of sorrows G-6857 by Cathryne E. Parks
May God be gracious G-7767 by John Siler
Noël nouvelet : with Christmas and Easter texts : for SAB voices and two flutes by Harold Owen
Put peace into each other's hands G-6580 by Fred Kaan
Rare beasts & unique adventures Volune 1 CD 467 by Richard Proulx
Rare beasts and unique adventures Volume 1 G5383 by Richard Proulx
Ring out our joy : A festive processional G-6950 by Howard Hughes SM
O Sacred head now wounded G5564 by Almon C. Bock, II
Shadows from the cross G-6173 by Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr.
O sing the Glories G-6266 by Alice Parker
Sing to God a joyful song G-6920 by Lynn Trapp
Sing, my tongue the glorious battle : Pange Lingau G-5773 by Gene Grier
A song of praise G 6383 by Bob Burroughs
O Sons and daughters : O filii et Filiae G-5269 by William Tortolano
Spirit of God dwelling in all G-5793 by Lynn Trapp
St. John's carol anthem : with general and Christmas texts by Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr.
That Easter Day : Puer Nobis G-6120 by Gene Grier
This is the day : Processional Psalm G-5342 by Bernard Sexton
To you my eyes are turned G-6584 by Lynn Trapp
The tree of life G7401 by Paul Ritchie
Two short anthems G-7298 by Ludwig van Beethoven
Waiting in joyful hope by James Chepponis
We behold the risen Lord : Union Seminary G-5177 by Thomas Lawler, S.J.
We stand amazed before your love G6283 by Sylvia Dunstan
When he died upon the tree G-6871 by Patrick M. Liebergen
Worthy is God to be praised G-6994 by Wayne L. Wold
You shall go forth in joy G 5422 by Carmen Scialla
You will draw water joyfully G-6014 by Niamh O'Kelly
Martha, Mary, waiting, weeping G5583 by Herman G.JR StuempflerG-5583
Soli deo gloria : praise the Lord G-6003 by Michael PraetoriusG-6003
Come with rejoicing G6006 by George Frideric HandelG-6006
Our risen Lord, our King of Kings G-6143 by Timothy Dudley-SmithG-6143
Come, behold the lamb G6376 by Dana MengelG-6376
I will sing the story of your love G6421 by Bret HeimG-6421
Christ is risen from the dead G6581 by G. F. HandelG-6581
My hidden life G-6605 by Daniel C. MeyerG-6605
Rise to sing! The light is breaking : Pethel G-6951 by Mary Louise BringleG-6951
Prayer of Saint Patrick G-7150 by Bernard SextonG-7150
Heavenly Dance G-7181 by Patricia B. ClarkG-7181
Sing praise to God who reigns above G-7182 by Sharon Elery RogersG-7182
O God, whose healing power G-7193 by Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr.G-7193
Ubi Caritas G7194 by Luke MayernikG-7194
Come, O long-expected Jesus G7376 by J. Darrell CrawfordG-7376
Vidi Aquam G-7379 by Iain QuinnG-7379
The morning trumpet G-7419 by Anne HeiderG-7419
Mary the dawn G-7505 by Brian McLindenG-7505
Ave Maria G7537 by Ronald F. KrismanG-7537
O God, our lives are parched and dry G-7541 by John A. DallesG-7541
Let us love in deed and in truth G-7591 by Paul NicholsonG-7591
Three Epistle Motets G7593 by Paul NicholsonG-7593

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