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Daily Readings Archive

Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Exodus: The Lord above gives man bread from heaven – his presence
Psalm 78: The Lord assures them of his presence as they journey to the Promised Land
Ephesians: We are to accompanyJesus, the heavenly bread, by living his life on our earthly pilgrimage
John: The food from heaven is God himself in his Son Jesus Christ

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Wisdom: Eternal life is God’s gift and reward to those who live his ways
Psalm 30: We lift up our hearts in your praise, O Lord, because you have raised us up again
2 Corinthians: You know the gracious act of Jesus Christ in raising us to life
Mark: Young daughter, I say be raised to life

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Job: The one and only Lord of storm and sea can calm the waves
Psalm 107: Give thanks to the Lord almighty, who does everything out of his covenant love
2 Corinthians: The Lord’s love impels us to praise him for his unmatchable mercy
Mark: Is this the Lord almighty himself who calls us to believe in him?

Eleventh Sunday

Ezekiel: It is the Lord our King who makes the royal cedar blossom to gather his creatures beneath it
Psalm 92: We give thanks to God for his kingdom in our midst in this world
2 Corinthians: The kingdom of heaven for mankind first blossoms in the kingdom of earth
Mark: To what shall I compare the kingdom of God

Sunday 11 — Ordinary Time

 

Ezekiel: It is the Lord our King who makes the royal cedar blossom to gather his creatures beneath it
Psalm 92: We give thanks to God for his kingdom in our midst in this world
2 Corinthians: The kingdom of heaven for mankind first blossoms in the kingdom of earth
Mark: To what shall I compare the kingdom of God

 

Here are the Liturgies – June 13 to June 20

 

Sunday (today) Vigil Mass 5pm (Sat.) 10am (Sunday)
Monday Mass at 12:00 Noon —
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—

Vigil Mass 5pm (Sat), Day 10am (Sun)

 

 

Please check this page daily for any last-minute changes

The royal tree gathering the kingdom

Gathering Prayer

 

It means so much, Almighty God, that you are all powerful and never is it in vain for us to rely upon you with full confidence. Graciously hear our prayers. We are weak human beings and can do nothing without you. Never let us be without your help so that in observing your commands both interiorly and exteriorly we will respond to your love.

 

Responsorial Psalm

92:2-3, 13-14, 15-16

 

  1. (cf. 2a) Lord, it is good to give thanks to you.

It is good to give thanks to the LORD,
    to sing praise to your name, Most High,
To proclaim your kindness at dawn
    and your faithfulness throughout the night.

The just one shall flourish like the palm tree,
    like a cedar of Lebanon shall he grow.
They that are planted in the house of the LORD
    shall flourish in the courts of our God.

They shall bear fruit even in old age;
    vigorous and sturdy shall they be,
Declaring how just is the LORD,
    my rock, in whom there is no wrong.

  1. Lord, it is good to give thanks to you.

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

 

 

Ezekiel: It is the Lord our King who makes the royal cedar blossom to gather his creatures beneath it
Psalm 92: We give thanks to God for his kingdom in our midst in this world
2 Corinthians: The kingdom of heaven for mankind first blossoms in the kingdom of earth
Mark: To what shall I compare the kingdom of God

The Body & Blood of Christ

Exodus: God speaks to the people of the Covenant, they accept and are sealed by the blood rite
Psalm 116: The blood rite of acceptance is “raising the cup” & calling on the name of the Lord
Hebrews: The ancient blood sacrifices are replaced with the Blood of Christ
Mark: Jesus makes clear his Blood is the blood of the Covenant, binding us to him & to one another

Trinity

Deuteronomy: The Lord has revealed to you that he is the Holy One, there is no other
Psalm 33: It is that Unique Holy One who has chosen you to be his possession
Romans: As his personal possession and family you are coheirs with his Son to his inheritance of eternal life
Matthew: As his sons and daughters you carry his name and were so baptized

Pentecost

Follow the link for the Day Mass readings to find link for Vigil

Acts: Through the gift of the Spirit people throughout the world are listening to God’s word
Psalm 104: We praise God for recreating his whole creation through the Spirit
Galatians: The Spirit of God works within us to do his will
Pentecost Sequence: Veni, Sancte Spiritus — Come, Holy Spirit, Come
John: The gift of the Spirit teaches us the complete plan of God in Christ Jesus

Ascension of the Lord

Acts: For “forty days” the risen Lord instructs his disciples about his heavenly presence
Psalm 47: The risen Lord is the divine King – he is the new Ark of the Covenant present to us
Ephesians: Today’s grace to each of us is measured and allotted according to Christ
Mark: The risen Lord, the King of glory, continues to work through his Church