The Corpus Christi Songbook


Music Recorded for use in
Worship At Home


The main reason we have posted these here is to facilitate online worship during these difficult times.

Musicians from the community have come forward and given their time and talent so that our online Worship At Home web page could have music that felt familiar to our community. There were no rehearsals and they were performed in the sanctuary in a manner as close a possible to how they would been led in the context of the Liturgy. The recordings were made over time beginning late in Lent of 2020 and continuing as needed to supply the music for the WAH web pages. The initial setup was very simple and was essentially the same as we have used to make the weekly vocal recordings of the Homilies at Mass. Once we realized that that this was to be an ongoing process we made significant effort to improve the clarity and quality of the recordings. To date there have been sixteen recording sessions. New songs are posted to this page as we finish processing them, usually just in time for the weekend publishing of the WAH page.

Also note that since these recordings were made for specific liturgies they do not represent the full cross-section of the music used at Corpus Christi, but rather reflect the cycle of the seasons that have elapsed since we began social distancing in March of 2020.

In humble gratitude, we acknowledge the gift the composers of this music have made in bringing these works to The Church.



A Place At the Table (L. True)

A Place Called home (M. Joncas)

A Voice Cries Out (M. Joncas)

Alleluia No. 1 (D. Fishel)

Angels We Have Heard on High (GLORIA)

Anthem (T. Conry)

As a Fire is Meant for Burning (M. Haugen)

Ave Maria (D. Kantor)

Awake! Awake, and Greet the New Morn (M. Haugen)

Awake, O Sleeper (M. Haugen)

Away in a Manger (MUELLER)

Be Merciful, O Lord (M. Haugen)

Be Not Afraid (B. Dufford)

Be With Me (M. Haugen)

Blest Are Those Who Love You (M. Haugen)

Blest Be the Lord (D. Schutte)

Bring Forth the Kingdom (M. Haugen)

Bless the Lord My Soul (M. Haugen)

Build Us A Table (L. True)

Called by Christ (R. Duck)

Canticle of the Turning (R. Cooney)

Christ, Be Our Light (B. Farrell)

Christ is Risen! Shout Hosanna (HOSANNA)

City of God (D. Schutte)

Come to the Water (J. Foley)

Epiphany Carol (BEACH SPRING)

Every Nation on Earth (M. Joncas)

Eye Has Not Seen (M. Haugen)

For Ever Will I Sing (M. Haugen)

Fresh as the Morning (T. Alonso)

Gather Us In (M. Haugen)

Gathered As One (D. Light & P. Tate)

Give the Lord Glory and Honor (M. Haugen)

Go Gently, Go Lightly (L. True)

Go Tell It On the Mountain (GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN)

God is Still Speaking (M. Haugen)

God Mounts His Throne (M. Haugen)

God Never Tires (Z. Stachowski)

Hark! the Heralds Angels Sing (MENDELSSOHN)

Here I Am (R. Cooney)

Here I Am Lord (D. Schutte)

Hosanna (F. O’Brian)

Hosanna – three vss. (F. O’Brien)

How Can I Keep From Singing (HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING)

How Can We Be Silent (M. Mahler)

How Good It Is (L. True)

How Great Thou Art (O STORE GUD)

I Place My Life (R. Cooney)

I Shall Live in the House of the Lord (S. Pishner)

If Today (P. Tate)

Jesus Christ is Risen Today (EASTER HYMN)

Joy To the World (ANTIOCH)

Lead Me, Guide Me (D. Akers)

Lead Me, Lord (J. Becker)

Let All the Earth (M. Haugen)

Let All Things Now Living (ASH GROVE)

Let Your Face Shine Upon Us (M. Haugen)

Let Your Mercy Be On Us (M. Haugen)

Lift Every Voice and Sing (J. R. Johnson)

Lift Up Your Hearts (R. O’Connor)

Litany of Saints (J. Becker)

Lord, Let Us See Your Kindness (M. Haugen)

Lord, Make Us Turn to You (M. Haugen)

Lord of all Hopefulness (SLANE)

Magnificat (J. Chepponis)

Mercy, O God (F. O’Brien)

My God, Why Have You Abandoned Me (M. Haugen)

My Soul Is Thirsting (M. Joncas)

My Soul Longs For You (D. Light, P. Tate)

Nativity Carol (F. P. O’Brien)

Neither Death Nor Life (M. Haugen)

Night of Silence (D. Kantor)

Night of Silence / Silent Night (D. Kantor)

No Greater Love (M. Joncas)

Now the Green Blade Rises (NOEL NOUVELET)

O Come O, Come Emmanuel (VENI VENI EMMANUEL)

O God, Why Are You Silent (PASSION CHORALE)

O God, You Search Me (B. Farrell)

O Little Town of Bethlelem (ST. LOUIS)

On That Holy Mountain (J. Mattingly)

One Lord (L. True)

Only In God (J. Foley)

Our Blessing Cup (M. Haugen)

Pie Jesu (G. Fauré)

Psalm 62 (Only In God) (J. M. Talbot)

Rain Down (J. Cortez)

Redeemer Lord (J. Foley)

Remember You Are Dust (P. Tate)

Return to God (M. Haugen)

Seed, Scattered and Sown (D. Feiten)

Send Down the Fire (M. Haugen)

Shelter Me (M. Joncas)

Shepherd Me O God (M. Haugen)

Shepherd of My Heart (F. O’Brien)

Silent Night (STILLE NACHT))

Sing a New Church (D. Dufner)

Sing a New Song (D. Schutte)

Sing of the Lord’s Goodness (E. Sands)

So Must You Do (M. Haugen)

Song of the Lord’s Supper (M. Joncas)

Spirit Blowing Through Creation (M. Haugen)

Spirit of God (J. Moore)

Spirit Wind (S. Soper)

Stay Here and Keep Watch (J. Berthier)

Table Prayer: The Winter Name of God (M. Joncas)

Table Prayer: God of Life and of the Living (M. Joncas)

Take, O Take Me As I Am (J. Bell)

Taste and See (M. Haugen)

The Canticle of the Sun (M. Haugen)

The Church of Christ Cannot Be Bound (S. Morris)

The Cross of Jesus (F. O’Brien)

The Cry of the Poor (J. Foley)

The First Nowell (THE FIRST NOWELL)

The Lord Is Kind and Merciful (J. Cotter)

The Lord Is Kind and Merciful (M. Haugen)

The Lord’s Prayer (S. Warner)

The Love of the Lord (M. Joncas)

The Peace of the Earth (J. Bell)

The Servant Song (R. Gillard)

The Word is in Your Heart (B. Moore)

This is the Day (M. Joncas)

This is a Day of New Beginnings (L. True)

Though the Mountains May Fall (D. Schutte)

To You, O Lord (M. Haugen)

To You Who Bow (R. Cooney)

Today Is Born Our Saviour (F. P. O’Brien)

Transform Us (PICARDY)

Ubi Caritas (B. Hurd)

Warm the Time of Winter (L. True)

Watch, O Lord (M. Haugen)

We Are Many Parts (M. Haugen)

We Long to See Your Face (K. Keil)

We Three Kings (KINGS OF ORIENT)

We Walk by Faith (M. Haugen)

Were You there (WERE YOU THERE)

What A Gift To Be Gathered (M. Haugen)

What Child Is This (GREENSLEEVES)

What Have We Done for the Poor Ones (L. True)

When You Come (Z. Stachowski)

Who is the Alien (L. True)

With Drums and Dancing (D. Schutte)

With Open Hands (M. Haugen)

With the Lord (M. Joncas)

With the Lord There Is Mercy (M. Haugen)

Wood of the Cradle (F. P. O’Brien)

World Peace Prayer (M. Haugen)

You Are All We Have (F. O’Brien)

You Are Called to Tell the Story (M. Haugen)

You Will Show Me the Path of Life (M. Haugen)


Miscellaneous recordings from worship services


Prelude to Mass, Christmas Morning, 2020


Also of interest: A video version of music ministers from Corpus Christi singing Shelter Me by Fr. Michael Joncas, published on YouTube:

COMPOSER’S NOTE: These are difficult times for all of us, individually and globally. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life as normal and called for acts of corporate and individual heroism in the face of present suffering and an uncertain future. People of faith may be struggling to articulate their belief in an all-good and all-powerful God in this new era. “Shelter Me” — is my attempt as a church composer to find God’s presence even in these fraught times. Based on the beloved Psalm 23, my paraphrase adapts the psalmist’s sentiments to respond to our present anxieties.


We have removed all of our recordings of David Haas music.

A statement from the Archdiocese:

In early 2020, upon receiving additional reports alleging that Haas engaged in inappropriate conduct with other women, the Archdiocese advised Haas that he could not give presentations at workshops, concerts, or similar events hosted by the Archdiocese, parishes, Catholic schools, or other Catholic institutions in the Archdiocese. Likewise, the Archdiocese determined it would not use Haas’ compositions at Archdiocesan Masses and other Archdiocesan events. Also, the Archbishop has encouraged pastors, principals, and leaders of other Catholic institutions to consider the sensitivities involved with using Haas’ music in liturgies or other parish or school events, and to take appropriate steps to fully support those who have been harmed by sexual assault or abuse. The Archdiocese stands by its commitment to promote and maintain safe environments. Everyone deserves to be free from sexual harassment and abuse. 






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