14 Sunday — Independence Day
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Here are the Liturgies – July 4 to July 11
NOTE THE ADDITIONAL SUNDAY MASS NOW ON SUNDAY
Sunday (today) Vigil Mass 5pm (Sat.) 8am & 10am (Sunday)
Monday Mass at 8am (holiday schedule) —
Tuesday Mass at 8:00 am
Wednesday Mass at 12:00 Noon
Thursday Mass at 8:00 am
Friday Mass at 12:00 Noon
Saturday Mass at 8:00 am—
Sunday Vigil Mass 5pm (Sat),
Sunday 8:00 am (Sun), 10am (Sun)
Please check this page daily for any last-minute changes
Your Son, O Lord, though equal to you in glory, took upon himself the lowly level of mortal man so that you would raise your faithful creatures of the human race to the holy joy of your presence. He did so by liberating us from sinful ways and brought us to the knowledge and experience of the imperishable happiness of your heavenly kingdom. Fill us with that joy today here before you.
Psalm 123:1-2, 2, 3-4
(2cd) Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, pleading for his mercy.
To you I lift up my eyes
who are enthroned in heaven —
As the eyes of servants
are on the hands of their masters.
As the eyes of a maid
are on the hands of her mistress,
So are our eyes on the LORD, our God,
till he have pity on us.
Have pity on us, O LORD, have pity on us,
for we are more than sated with contempt;
our souls are more than sated
with the mockery of the arrogant,
with the contempt of the proud.
Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, pleading for his mercy.
Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]
Ezekiel: The Lord sends his prophets so all his people, good or bad, know he is present
Psalm 123: Fix your eyes on the Lord to seek his mercy and favor
2 Corinthians: The Lord sends a wake-up call to us by word and deed
Mark: Listen to the word of the Prophet and accept God’s ways