Lent – Holy Week – Easter
Father into your hands I commend by spirit (psalm 30) sung by Juliane Woods during the liturgy of the Lord’s Passion at Carlow Cathedral on Good Friday, 2020.
Stay with me performed by Julianne Woods during the Passion of the Lord at Carlow Cathedral on Good Friday 2020.
Tantum Ergo is the incipit of Pange lingua, a hymn written by St Thomas Aquinas in c.1264.
It is an Eucharistic Hymn frequently sang at Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Sung by Julianne Woods on Holy Thursday, 2020 at Carlow Cathedral.
Psalm 21 My God My God
Composed by Liam Lawton
Sung by Julianne Woods at the Pontifical Irish College Rome on Palm Sunday 14th April, 2019.
Accompanied by Fabiola on orga
Psalm 116 Our Blessing Cup written by Tony Alonso & Michael Mahler
Sung on Holy Thursday 18 April, 2019 by Julianne Woods and the Carlow Cathedral Choir, accompanied by Marian Gaynor on piano and Frank O Donnell on organ.
The Litany of Saints by John Becker sung during the liturgy for the opening of the World Meeting of Families at Carlow Cathedral on 21 August 2018. Soloist – Julianne Woods
Regina Caeli is traditionally prayed during the Easter Season. The text is English is:
Queen of Heaven, rejoice, alleluia.
For He whom thou wast worthy to bear, alleluia.
Hath risen, as He said, alleluia.
Pray for us to God, alleluia.
V. Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary, alleluia.
R. For the Lord hath truly risen, alleluia.
‘Without Seeing You’ composed by David Haas and sung by the Kildare and Leighlan Diocesan Choir with soloists Julianne Woods, soprano and Nuala Kelly, alto on the occasion of the Chrism Mass, 2017.
Easter Alleluia Psalm sung by Julianne Woods and Carlow Cathedral Choir on the Second Sunday of Easter, 23 April, 2017
An tAiséirí : Traidisiúnta -sung by Julianne Woods and Carlow Cathedral Choir on the Second Sunday of Easter, 23 April 2017
Celtic Alleluia arranged by Christopher Walker and sung by Julianne Woods and the Carlow Cathedral Choir during the Easter Vigil, 2017.
‘Jesus Christ, You are my Life’ composed by Marco Frisina and performed by Julianne Woods and the Carlow Cathedral Choir during the Easter Vigil 2017.
Ubi Caritas composed by Chris De Silva and sung by Julianne Woods and the Choir of Carlow Cathedral during the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Holy Thursday (13 April) 201
‘The Last Supper’ composed by Bernard Sexton and sung by Julianne Woods and the Kildare and Leighlan Diocesan Choir on the occasion of the 2017 Chrism Mass on 11 April 2017.
Ubi Caritas et Amor by Chris De Silva, particularly appropriate for washing of feet on Holy Thursday
Stay with me particularly appropriate for Good Friday
Be with me Lord (Psalm 91) Haugen Psalm on First Sunday of Lent, Year C
Attende Domine is a Lenten hymn of supplication. It is sung by Julianne Woods during the Palm Sunday liturgy at the Pontifical Irish College, Rome. 20 March 2016.
Psalm 64 (Haugen) Let All the Earth Sing out with Joy to the Lord Psalm for the Sixth Sunday of Easter (C)