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The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ According to Mark - Year B

Here is the Passion account from the Gospel of Mark in a dignified, easy-to-proclaim format. The text corresponds exactly to the revised lectionary for Year B and the passion account that is found in seasonal worship aids and missals. No longer must lectors and presiders use pew editions of missals for such a solemn and important Gospel proclamation!

Includes 3 complete sets of the Passion account for Year B:

  • one set for the part of the Narrator
  • one set for the part of the Speaker
  • one set for the part of Jesus


Each reader's part is set in large, 14-point, bold-faced type arranged in sense lines in their set, making it easy to find and proclaim effectively. The "crowd" part for the assembly appears in each set, as well as in any worship aid (missal or hymnal) from WLP, GIA, or OCP that may be found in your parish pews.

The packets measure a standard 8 ½ x 11 and are 3-hole-punched for easy insertion into WLP's Red Ceremonial Binder (#006631).

Format : Print

$9.95

Help Me, Lord - Click & Print

This melodious song of lament is appropriate to the color and sonority of choir with keyboard and optional oboe. The poignant text speaks of our longing to be free from turmoil, and urges us to seek the Lord?s comfort and embrace in times of trouble.

By : Jerry Galipeau
Format : Digital Download

$1.50

Help Me, Lord

This melodious song of lament is appropriate to the color and sonority of choir with keyboard and optional oboe. The poignant text speaks of our longing to be free from turmoil, and urges us to seek the Lord's comfort and embrace in times of trouble.

By : Jerry Galipeau
Format : Octavo

$1.50

O Lord, With Wondrous Mystery

This classic hymn has been part of the WLP repertoire since 1955, and always a favorite of choirs and congregations. In this newer setting, conductor Paul French has preserved the integrity of the original organ and choral writing and adorned them with a noble introduction and C instrument part. Be sure to listen to this one!

By : Paul M. French; Michael Gannon
Format : Octavo

$1.30

O Lord, With Wondrous Mystery - Click & Print

This classic WLP hymn, part of the repertoire here since 1955, has always been a favorite of choirs and congregations. In this fresh arrangement, Paul French has preserved the integrity of the original organ and choral writing and adorned them with a noble Introduction and C instrument part. Take a look and listen to this one!

By : Paul M. French; Michael Gannon
Format : Click & Print Octavo; Digital Download

$1.30

Thomas Strickland

Tom Strickland has been a Music and Hymnal Editor at WLP since 1995. He has responsibility for hymnals, accompaniment books, and most projects involving hymns. He works closely with the Rights and Permissions Manager doing research for publishing contracts and copyright issues. For the last few years, he has been a telecommuter working from home in Aurora, Colorado. With Mary Kiefer, he is co-project manager for the One in Faith hymnal.

A native of Indianapolis, Tom was educated at Indiana University and the Yale University Institute of Sacred Music before holding a number of full-time church positions. For thirteen years he was Music Director and Canon Precentor at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul (Episcopal) in Burlington, Vermont. In Denver, he is Music Director at St. Luke?s Episcopal Church and Adjunct Instructor at the Iliff School of Theology. He is a member of Hymn Society in the United States and Canada, the American Guild of Organists, the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland, the Sir Arthur Sullivan Society, and a contributor to the New Cambridge Dictionary of Hymnology.


Keith S. Kalemba

Born and raised in New Jersey, Keith's formal composition studies began in 1990, when he attended a student composition summer seminar at Westminster Choir College. He received a Bachelor of Music in Composition from Temple University in 1994, where he studied with Maurice Wright and Matthew Greenbaum and piano with Charles Abramovic. He also studied audio engineering. He received his Master of Music in Composition from Temple in 1996, where he was a graduate fellow and taught computer music. Keith's first experience of Catholic music ministry was as choir director for the Temple University Newman Center for four years. He was a delegate to the 1994 World Youth Day celebration in Rome, at which he represented the Catholic Campus Ministry Association. After moving to Illinois, Keith was director of the contemporary choir at St. Luke's Church in River Forest for three years. 

Keith joined the editorial staff at World Library Publications in 2001. As a music editor, his responsibilities include editing of octavos, songbooks, and instrumental music. He lends his production and performance skills to various WLP recordings. 

In addition to his work with WLP, Keith is active in his parish, Ascension Church in Oak Park, as assistant choir director, and is on music staff at St. John of the Cross in Western Springs. He is a member of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, where he has also been a presenter and board member of the Chicago chapter. Keith lives in Oak Park, Illinois, with his wife, Clare, sons Sebastian and Xavier and daughter Rose.


Ronald J. Rendek

Ron Rendek has been on the music editorial staff at World Library Publications since 1993. During this time he has been actively involved in the many aspects of publishing and recording. He is one of the editors for the various WLP octavo series and is also project director for World Library's expanding CD catalog. His ongoing article and review of new WLP recordings, Publications of Note!, is a regular feature in AIM: Liturgy Resources magazine, World Library's quarterly liturgy journal.

Ron received his musical training at the Chicago Conservatory College and Arizona State University. Some of his teachers include Thomas Binkley - Lute and early music; Richard Pick - Classical Guitar; Joe Daley - Jazz Studies; Randall Shinn - Composition.

Ron has been active locally as a performer and composer. He also serves as the music director for St. Maria Goretti Church in Schiller Park, IL. He has several compositions and arrangements published with World Library in addition to two recordings for solo classical guitar: Come, Emmanuel - Advent and Christmas Hymns; and We Gather Together - arrangements of traditional hymns with new works for solo guitar. Ron lives in the Chicago suburbs with his wife, Carole Anne, and their two sons, Rudy and Zachary.


Ed Bolduc

This talented and dynamic musician dove into liturgical music by writing powerful music for the youth of his parish back in 1992 for the Life Teen Mass. Ed is currently the full-time Music Director of that same parish, Saint Ann in Marietta, Georgia, where he has been on staff since.

In 2005 Ed received two Unity Awards from the United Catholic Music and Video Association (UCMVA): Artist of the Year and Liturgical Album of the Year. He is composer of the beautiful and well-loved contemporary Mass setting Mass of Saint Ann. Ed was an editorial consultant for Voices As One® , Volume 2 and is the producer of the incredible 10-CD set of recordings from the hymnal. Ed continues to produce the music found in the More Voices as One® music series.

Ed?s most recent WLP-published CD, Hymns (2012), is a 7-song EP of popular hymn texts set to new music with a contemporary feel. Included is a haunting new setting of "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say" along with a fresh new recording of Ed's "At the Name of Jesus."

Ed continues to write, record, and produce instrumental piano music independently. Reason to Live (2013) is the most recent. Along with being a contributing artist to World Library Publications, he also works as an editor, arranger, and producer on various projects.

Ed?s wife, Karen, is an integral part of his music and can be heard singing on many of their recordings. They live in Woodstock, Georgia with their two children.

You can learn more about Ed Bolduc by visiting his parish website and by following his blog Setting the Tone.


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