Catholic lectionary readings 2016

Catholic lectionary readings 2016 DEFAULT

A Liturgical Calendar

For the Year

With Links to the Lessons From the Revised Common Lectionary, as modified for use in Episcopal worship


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Month:

| January | February | March | April | May | June |


| July | August | September | October | November | December |

January

      1
The Holy Name
2
 
3
Second Sunday after Christmas
(Note: Episcopal readings differ from the "generic" RCL readings)
4
5
6
The Epiphany
78
Harriet Bedell, Deaconess and Missionary
9
Julia Chester Emery, Missionary
10
First Sunday after the Epiphany
11
12
Aelred, Abbot
13
Hillary, Bishop
1415
Martin Luther King
16
17
Second Sunday after the Epiphany
18
Confession of St Peter, Apostle
19
Wulfstan, Bishop
20
Fabian, Bishop and Martyr
21
Agnes, Martyr
22
Vincent, Deacon and Martyr
23
Phillips Brooks, Bishop
24
Third Sunday after the Epiphany
25
Conversion of St Paul, Apostle
26
Timothy and Titus
27
John Chrysostom, Bishop
28
Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Friar
2930
 31
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
      

  June

    1
Justin, Martyr
2
Martyrs of Lyon

3
Martyrs of Uganda
4
5
Third Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 5

678
9
Columba, Abbot
10
Ephrem of Edessa
11
St Barnabas, Apostle
12
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 6
13
14
Basil the Great, Bishop
15
Evelyn Underhill
16
Joseph Butler, Bishop
17
18
Bernard Mizeki, Martyr
19
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 7
20
2122
Alban, Martyr
23
24
Nativity of St John, the Baptist
25
26
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 8
27
28
Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons
29
St Peter and St Paul, Apostles
30
  

August

  1
Joseph of Arimathea
 23
4
56
The Transfiguration
7
Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 14
8
Dominic, Priest and Friar
910
Laurence, Deacon and Martyr
11
Clare, Abbess
12
Florence Nightingale
13
Jeremy Taylor, Bishop
14
Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 15
15
St Mary, the Virgin
16
17
18
William Porcher Dubose, Priest
1920
Bernard, Abbot
21
Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 16
22
2324
St Bartholomew, Apostle
25
Louis, King of France
2627
Thomas Gallaudet and Henry Winter Syle
28
Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 17
29
3031
Aidan, Bishop of Lindisfarne
   

  September

    1
David Pendleton Oakerhater, Deacon
2
The Martyrs of New Guinea
3

4
Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 18

5
Labor Day
6
7
8
9
Constance, Nun, and her Companions
10
Alexander Crummell,
11
Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 19
12
John Henry Hobart, Bishop
13
Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr
14
Holy Cross Day
15
16
Ninian, Bishop
17
Hildegard of Bingen
18
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 20
19
Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop
20
John Coleridge Patteson
21
St Matthew, Evangelist
22
Philander Chase, Bishop
2324
25
Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 21
26
Lancelot Andrewes, Bishop
2728
29
St Michael and All Angels
30
Jerome, Priest
 

 October

      1
Remigius, Bishop
2
Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 22
3
4
Francis of Assisi, Friar
5
6
William Tyndale, Priest
78
9
Twenty First Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 23
10
Vida Dutton Scudder, Educator and Witness for Peace
11
Philip, Deacon and Evangelist
1213
14
Samuel Schereschewsky, Bishop
15
Teresa of Avila, Nun
16
Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 24
17
Ignatius, Bishop and Martyr
18
St Luke, Evangelist
19
Henry Martyn, Priest and Missionary
20
2122
23
Twenty Third Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 25
24
St James of Jerusalem
(Transferred)
2526
Alfred the Great
27
28
St Simon & St Jude, Apostles
29
James Hannington, Bishop, and his Companions
30
Twenty Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 26
31
Vigil of All Saints
(White for vigil)
     

November

  Note: If All Saints' Day is additionally observed on Sunday, use white 1
All Saints' Day
2
Commemoration of All Faithful Departed
3
Richard Hooker, Priest
45

6
All Saints' (see Nov 1, white)
or
Twenty Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 27

7
Willibrord, Archbishop
89
10
Leo the Great, Bishop
11
Martin, Bishop of Tours
12
Charles Simeon, Priest
13
Twenty Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Proper 28
14
Consecration of Samuel Seabury
15
16
Margaret, Queen of Scotland
17
Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln
18
Hilda, Abbess of Whitby
19
Elizabeth, Princess of Hungary
20
Last Sunday after Pentecost:
Christ the King
21
22
Clive Staples Lewis, Apologist and Writer
23
Clement, Bishop

24
Thanksgiving Day

25
James Otis Sargent Huntington, Priest
26
27
First Sunday of Advent
28
Kamehameha and Emma
2930
St Andrew, Apostle
   

December

     1
Nicholas Ferrar, Deacon
2
Channing Moore Williams, Missionary Bishop
3
4
Second Sunday of Advent
5
Clement of Alexandria, Priest
6
Nicholas, Bishop
7
Ambrose, Bishop
8
910
11
Third Sunday of Advent
12
131415
1617
18
Fourth Sunday of Advent
19
2021
St Thomas, Apostle
222324
Christmas Eve
25
Christmas Day
Christmas I
Christmas II
Christmas III
26
St Stephen, Deacon and Martyr
27
St John, Apostle and Evangelist
28
Holy Innocents
29
Thomas Becket
30
Francis Joseph Gaudet, Educator and Prison Reformer
31

Notes:

The Sunday Lectionary is a three year cyclical lectionary. The year which begins with Advent and ends at Advent is Year C. The year which began at Advent and ended at Advent is Year B. The First Sunday of Advent begins Year A.

The Bible translation used is The New Revised Standard Version, copyright by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the USA, and used by permission.

The collects and the Psalms are from the Book of Common Prayer. The collects use the contemporary wording.

The liturgical color appropriate for the day is indicated, when the color is green, red or purple, by the color of the numeral against a light grey background. When the liturgical color is white, the numeral is black against a white background.

On weekdays, other than major Holy Days, the color indicated is the color appropriate to the season. When celebrating the feast of a martyred saint, red is also appropriate.


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ART and PRAYER
For each week, the RCL website has added scriptural reflections based on a featured art image, as well as RCL prayers for worship.

Readings for the Coming Week

Proper 24 (29) (October 17, )
  • First reading and Psalm
    • Job , ()
    • Psalm , 24, 35c
  • Alternate First reading and Psalm
    • Isaiah
    • Psalm
  • Second reading
  • Gospel

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During the Season after Pentecost, the Revised Common Lectionary offers two sets of parallel readings. The first set of "semicontinuous" OT readings follows major stories/themes, beginning in Year A with Genesis and ending in Year C with the later prophets. "Complementary" OT readings follow the historical tradition of thematically pairing the OT reading with the Gospel reading. Whichever approach is chosen at the beginning of Pentecost, the intent is for the remaining Season after Pentecost readings to follow the same approach. In addition, both sets of readings sometimes offer alternate options (indicated by italics): readings that may be used with, or in place of, the standard reading. Finally, note that the psalms for each Sunday after Pentecost are intended to be paired with a particular OT reading (either semicontinuous or complementary).

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The Catholic Lectionary for Mass &# Year C, Weekdays II, Beginning Advent –

Lectionary readings for liturgical years beginning in Advent:

SundayReadingPsalmNew TestamentAlleluiaGospel
1st Sunday of Advent
Year C - Weekdays II
29th November
Jer. Ps. , , 10, 14 (1b)1 Thess. –Ps. Lk. ,
2nd Sunday of Advent
Year C - Weekdays II
6th December
Bar. Ps. a, 2b-3, , 6 (3)Phil. , Lk. , 6Lk.
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
8th December
Gen. , 20Ps. , , (1a)Eph. , cf. Lk. Lk.
3rd Sunday of Advent
Year C - Weekdays II
13th December
Zeph. aIsa. , 4, (6)Phil.

Isa.

[cited in Lk. ]

Lk.
4th Sunday of Advent
Year C - Weekdays II
20th December
Micah aPs. , , (4)Heb. Lk. Lk.
The Nativity of the Lord
Year C - Weekdays II
Vigil Mass
25th December
Isa. Ps. , , 27, 29 (2a)Acts ,

Tomorrow the wickedness of the earth will be destroyed

Mt.

or Mt. 1:

The Nativity of the Lord
Year C - Weekdays II
Midnight Mass
25th December
Isa. Ps. a, 2b-3, , 13 (Lk. )

Titus

Lk. Lk.
The Nativity of the Lord
Year C - Weekdays II
Dawn Mass
25th December
Isa. Ps. , 6,

Titus

Lk. Lk.
The Nativity of the Lord
Year C - Weekdays II
Mass during the Day
25th December
Isa. Ps. , a, 3b-4, (3)Heb.

A holy day has dawned upon us…

Jn.

or Jn. ,

The Holy Family of Jesus Mary and Joseph
[The Holy Family]
Year C - Weekdays II
27th December

[The First Reading from Year A and/or the Second Reading from Year A may be used.]

1 Sam. ,

or Sir. ,

Ps. , , (cf. 5a)

1 Jn. ,

or Col.

or Col.

Acts bLk.
Mary, Mother of God
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
1st January
Num. Ps. , 5, 6, 8Gal. Heb. Lk.
2nd Sunday after Christmas | Epiphany of the Lord
Year C - Weekdays II
3rd January

[In some places Epiphany is transferred to this Sunday. Use readings for Epiphany if celebrating Epiphany this Sunday.]

Sir. ,

[Neo Vulgate, Sir. , ]

Ps. , , (Jn. )Eph. , cf. 1 Tim.

Jn.

or Jn. ,

Epiphany of the Lord
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
6th January

[In some places Epiphany is transferred to the Sunday falling between 2nd January and 8th January—this year, 3rd January.]

Isa. Ps. b-2, , , (cf. 11)Eph. a, Mt. Mt.
Baptism of the Lord
[1st Sunday in Ordinary Time]
Year C - Weekdays II
10th January

[Optional Readings. The first reading from Year A and/or the second reading from Year A may be used.]

Isa. ,

or Isa. ,

Ps. b-2, , , , 29b (1)

or Ps. , , 3, (11b)

Ti. ;

or Acts

Lk. Lk. ,
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
17th January
Isa. Ps. a, 2b-3, , (R. 3)1 Cor. 2 Thess. Jn.
3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
24th January
Neh. a, , Ps. , 9, 10, 15 (cf. Jn. c)

1 Cor.

or 1 Cor. , 27

Lk. Lk. ;
4th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
31st January
Jer. ,

Ps. , a, ab, 15ab+17 (cf. 15ab)

1 Cor. –

or 1 Cor.

Lk. Lk.
Feast of the Presentation of the Lord
[Feast]
Year C - Weekdays II
2nd February
Mal. Ps. , 8 ,9, 10Heb. Lk.

Lk. or

5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
7th February
Isa. a, Ps. a, 2b-3, , (1c)

1 Cor.

or 1 Cor. , 11

Mt. Lk.
Ash Wednesday
Year C - Weekdays II
10th February
Joel Ps. , ab, , 14, 172 Cor. cf. Ps. Mt. ,
1st Sunday of Lent
Year C - Weekdays II
14th February
Deut. Ps. , , , (cf 15b)Rom. Mt. bLk.
2nd Sunday of Lent
Year C - Weekdays II
21st February
Gen. , Ps. , a, 8b-9, (1)

Phil.

or Phil. –

Mt. Lk. b
3rd Sunday of Lent
Year C - Weekdays II
28th February
[Readings for Year A may be used, and must be used when the Scrutiny is celebrated]

Ex. a,

If First Scrutiny of the Elect:

Ex.

Ps. , , , 8, 11 (8a)

If First Scrutiny of the Elect:

Ps. , , (8)

1 Cor. ,

If First Scrutiny of the Elect:

Rom. ,

Mt.

If First Scrutiny of the Elect:

cf. Jn. , 15]

Lk.

If First Scrutiny of the Elect:

Jn.

or Jn. , 19b, 39a, ]

4th Sunday of Lent
Year C - Weekdays II
6th March
[Readings for Year A may be used, and must be used when the Scrutiny is celebrated]

Josh. a,

If Second Scrutiny of the Elect:

1 Sam. b, , a

Ps. , , (9a)

If Second Scrutiny of the Elect:

Ps. a, 3b-4, 5, 6, (1)

2 Cor.

If Second Scrutiny of the Elect:

Eph.

Lk.

If Second Scrutiny of the Elect:

Jn.

Lk. ,

If Second Scrutiny of the Elect:

Jn. or Jn. , , ,

5th Sunday of Lent
[Passion Sunday]
Year C - Weekdays II
13th March
[Readings for Year A may be used, and must be used when the Scrutiny is celebrated]

Isa.

If Third Scrutiny of the Elect:

Ezek.

Ps. a, 2b-3, , 6 (3)

If Third Scrutiny of the Elect:

Ps. , , , (7)

Phil.

If Third Scrutiny of the Elect:

Rom.

Joel

If Third Scrutiny of the Elect:

Jn. a, 26

Jn.

If Third Scrutiny of the Elect:

Jn.

or Jn. , 17, , 33b

St Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
19th March
2 Sam. a, a, 16Ps. , , 27, 29Rom. , , 22Ps.

Mt. , , 24a

or Lk. a

Palm Sunday
Year C - Weekdays II
Liturgy of the Palms
20th March

Lk.

Palm Sunday
Year C - Weekdays II
Liturgy of the Mass
20th March
Isa. Ps. , a, , (2a)Phil. Phil.

Lk. –

or Lk.

Chrism Mass
Year C - Weekdays II
24th March

[If necessary, the Chrism Mass may be celebrated on a suitable day before Holy Thursday.]

Isa. ab, 6a, 8b-9Ps. , 25+27 (2a)Rev.

Isa.

[cited in Lk. ]

Lk.
Holy Thursday Evening
[Mass of the Lord's Supper]
Year C - Weekdays II
24th March
Ex. , Ps. , bc, (cf. 1 Cor. )1 Cor. Jn. Jn.
Good Friday
[Celebration of the Lord's Passion]
Year C - Weekdays II
25th March
Isa. Ps. , 6, , , 17, 25 (Lk. )Heb. ; Phil. Jn. –
Holy Saturday
[The Easter Vigil]
Year C - Weekdays II
26th March

[Nine readings are assigned to the Easter Vigil: seven from the Old Testament, and two from the New. If circumstances demand in individual cases, the number of prescribed readings may be reduced. Three selections from the Old Testament, both from the Law and Prophets, should be read before the Epistle and Gospel. In any case, the reading from Exodus about the escape through the Red Sea (Reading 3) should never be omitted.]

1.Gen. – or Gen. , a

and Ps. , , 10+12, , 24+35 (30) or Ps. , , , (5b)

2.Gen. or Gen. , 9a, ,

and Ps. +8, , 11 (1)

3. Ex. –

and Ex. , , , (1b)

4. Isa.

and Ps. +4, , a+13b (2a)

5. Isa.

and Isa. , 4, (3)

6. Bar. ,

and Ps. , 9, 10, 11 (Jn. c)

7. Ezek. a,

and Ps. , 5; , 4 () [if a baptism is celebrated],

else Isa. , 4bcd, (3) or Ps. , , (12a)

8. Rom.

and Ps. , ,

Lk.
Easter Sunday
[Mass of the Resurrection]
Year C - Weekdays II
27th March
Acts a, Ps. , , (24)

Col.

or 1 Cor b-8

Sequence: Victimae Paschali Laudes

1 Cor. b-8a

Jn. or Lk.

or (at afternoon or evening Mass) Lk.

2nd Sunday of Easter
[Divine Mercy Sunday]
Year C - Weekdays II
3rd April
Acts Ps. , , (1)Rev. a, , Jn. Jn.
The Annunciation of the Lord to Mary
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
4th April
Isa. ; Ps. , , 10, 11Heb. Jn. abLk.
3rd Sunday of Easter
Year C - Weekdays II
10th April
Acts , 40bPs. , 4, , a, 13b (2a)Rev.

Christ is risen, creator of all…

Jn.

or Jn.

4th Sunday of Easter
Year C - Weekdays II
17th April
Acts , Ps. , 3, 5 (3c)Rev. , 14bJn. Jn.
5th Sunday of Easter
Year C - Weekdays II
24th April
Acts Ps. , , (cf. 1)Rev. aJn. Jn. a,
6th Sunday of Easter
Year C - Weekdays II
1st May

[Optional 2nd Reading and Gospel when The Ascension is celebrated on The 7th Sunday of Easter.]

Acts , Ps. , 5, 6, 8 (4)

Rev. ,

opt. Rev. , , 20

Jn.

Jn.

opt. Jn.

Ascension of the Lord
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
5th May

[May be celebrated on The 7th Sunday of Easter]

Acts Ps. (6a)

Heb. ;

or Eph.

Mt. a, 20bLk.
7th Sunday Easter | Ascension Sunday
Year C - Weekdays II
8th May

[When this Sunday is celebrated as the The Ascension of the Lord use readings for The Ascension of the Lord. Use these readings for The 7th Sunday of Easter if The Ascension of the Lord was celebrated on Ascension Thursday.]

Acts Ps. , , 9 (1a, 9a)Rev. , , 20Jn. Jn.
Pentecost Sunday
Year C - Weekdays II
Vigil Mass
15th May

Gen. or Ex. a, b

or Ezek.

or Joel

Ps. a, 24+35c, , 29b (cf. 30)Rom.

Come Holy Spirit

Jn.
Pentecost Sunday
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
Mass during the Day
15th May
Acts Ps. ab, 24ac, 29bc, 31, 34 (cf 30)

Rom.

or 1 Cor. b-7,  

Sequence: Veni Sancte Spiritus   

Come Holy Spirit

Jn. , 23b

or Jn.  

Trinity Sunday
[The Most Holy Trinity, Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
22nd May
Prov. Ps. , , (2a)Rom. cf. Rev. Jn.
The Body and Blood of Christ
[Corpus Christi, Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
26th May
[The celebration of The Body and Blood of Christ may be transferred to the following Sunday –The 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 29th May.]
Gen. Ps. , 2, 3, 4 (4b)

1 Cor.

Optional Sequence: Lauda Sion

Jn. Lk. b
9th Sunday in Ordinary Time | The Body and Blood of Christ
Year C - Weekdays
29th May
[When this Sunday is celebrated as The Body and Blood of Christ use readings for The Body and Blood of Christ.]
1 Kgs. Ps. , 2 (Mk. )Gal. , Jn. Lk.
The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
3rd June
Ezek. Ps. a, 3b-4, 5, 6 (1)Rom. b

Mt. ab

or Jn.

Lk.
10th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
5th June
1 Kgs. Ps. , 4, , 11, 12, 13 (2a)Gal. Lk. Lk.
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
12th June
2 Sam. , 13Ps. , 5, 7, 11 (cf. 5c)Gal. , 1 Jn. b

Lk. –

or Lk.

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
19th June
Zech. ; Ps. , , , (2b)Gal. Jn. Lk.
Birth of John the Baptist
Year C - Weekdays II
Vigil Mass
24th June

Jer.

Ps. , a, ab, 15ab+17 (6b)

1 Pet. cf. Jn. ; Lk. Lk.
Birth of John the Baptist
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
Mass during the Day
24th June
Isa. Ps. , , (14a)Acts Lk. Lk. , 80
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
26th June
1 Kgs. b, Ps. a, 5, , , 11 (cf. 5a)Gal. , 1 Sam. ; Jn. cLk.
Ss Peter and Paul
Year C - Weekdays II
Vigil Mass
29th June
Acts Ps. , (5a)Gal. Jn. Jn.
Ss Peter and Paul
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
Mass during the Day
29th June
Acts Ps. , , , (5b) 2 Tim. , Mt. Mt.
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
3rd July
Isa. cPs. , , , 16, 20 (1)Gal. Col. a, 16a

Lk. ,

or Lk.

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
10th July
Deut.

Ps. , 17, , , 36a, 37 (cf. 33)

or  Ps. , 9, 10, 11 (9a)

Col. Jn. c, 68cLk.
16th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
17th July
Gen. aPs. a, 3b-4b, 4b-5 (1a)Col. Lk. Lk.
17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
24th July
Gen. Ps. a, 2b-3, a, 7b-8 (3a)Col. Rom. bcLk.
18th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
31st July
Eccl. ;

Ps. , , , 14, 17 (1)

or Ps. , , (7, 8)

Col. , Mt. Lk.
The Transfiguration of the Lord
[Feast]
Year C - Weekdays II
6th August
Dan. , Ps. , , 9 (1a, 9a)2 Pet. Mt. c

Lk. b

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
7th August
Wis. Ps. , 12, , (12b)

Heb. ,

or Heb. ,

Mt. a, 44

Lk.

or Lk.

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
14th August

Jer. ,

Ps. , 3, 4, 18 (14b)Heb. Jn. Lk.
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Year C - Weekdays II
Vigil Mass
15th August
1 Chr. , ; Ps. , , (8)1 Cor. bLk. Lk.
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
Mass during the Day
15th August
Rev. a; a, 10abPs. , 11, 12, 16 (10bc)1 Cor.

“Mary is taken up to heaven; a chorus of angels exalts”

Lk.
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
21st August
Isa. Ps. , 2 (Mk. )Heb. , Jn. Lk.
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
28th August
Sir. , 20, Ps. , , (cf. 11b)Heb. , aMt. abLk. ,
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
4th September
Wis. bPs. , , , 14+17 (1)Philem. , Ps. Lk.
24th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
11th September
Ex. , Ps. , , 17+19 (Lk. )1 Tim. 2 Cor.

Lk.

or Lk.

Exultation of the Holy Cross
[Feast]
Year C - Weekdays II
14th September
Num. b-9Ps. , , , 38 (cf. 7b)Phil.

We adore you O Christ, and we bless you

Jn.
25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
18th September
Amos Ps. , , (cf. 1a, 7b)1 Tim. cf. 2 Cor.

Lk.

or Lk.

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
25th September
Amos a, Ps. , a, 9b (1b)1 Tim. cf. 2 Cor. Lk.
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
2nd October
Hab. ; Ps. , , (8)2 Tim. , 1 Pet. Lk.
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
9th October
2 Kgs. Ps. , a, 3b-4 (cf. 2b)2 Tim. 1 Thess. Lk.
Thanksgiving Day, Canada
10th October
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
16th October
Ex. Ps. , , , (cf. 2)2 Tim. –Heb. Lk.
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
23rd October

Sir. , a

[Neo Vulgate, Sir. b, a]

Ps. , , 19+23 (7a)2 Tim. , 2 Cor. Lk.
31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
30th October
Wis. Ps. , , , 13b (cf. 1)2 Thess. Jn. Lk.
All Saints Day
[Solemnity]
Year C - Weekdays II
1st November
Rev. , Ps. , , (cf. 6)1 Jn. Mt. Mt. a
All Souls Day
Year C - Weekdays II
2nd November

Readings from Masses for the Dead

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
6th November
2 Macc. , Ps. , , 8+15 (15b)2 Thess. –Rev. a+6b

Lk.

or Lk. ,

Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome
[Feast]
Year C - Weekdays II
9th November
Ezek. , , 12Ps. , , (5)1 Cor. c, 2 Chron. Jn.
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year C - Weekdays II
13th November
Mal. aPs. , , 9 (cf. 9)2 Thess. Lk. Lk.
Christ the King
[Last Sunday in Ordinary Time, 34th Sunday in Ordinary Time]
Year C - Weekdays II
20th November
2 Sam. Ps. , a, 4b-5 (cf. 1)Col. Mk. , 10Lk.
Thanksgiving Day, USA
24th November

 

 

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Daily Readings

Jesus said to the Pharisees:
“There was a rich man who dressed in purple garments and fine linen
and dined sumptuously each day.
And lying at his door was a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores,
who would gladly have eaten his fill of the scraps
that fell from the rich man's table.
Dogs even used to come and lick his sores.
When the poor man died,
he was carried away by angels to the bosom of Abraham.
The rich man also died and was buried,
and from the netherworld, where he was in torment,
he raised his eyes and saw Abraham far off
and Lazarus at his side.
And he cried out, 'Father Abraham, have pity on me.
Send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue,
for I am suffering torment in these flames.'
Abraham replied,
‘My child, remember that you received
what was good during your lifetime
while Lazarus likewise received what was bad;
but now he is comforted here, whereas you are tormented.
Moreover, between us and you a great chasm is established
to prevent anyone from crossing who might wish to go
from our side to yours or from your side to ours.’
He said, ‘Then I beg you, father,
send him to my father’s house, for I have five brothers,
so that he may warn them,
lest they too come to this place of torment.'
But Abraham replied, ‘They have Moses and the prophets.
Let them listen to them.’
He said, ‘Oh no, father Abraham,
but if someone from the dead goes to them, they will repent.’
Then Abraham said, ‘If they will not listen to Moses and the prophets,
neither will they be persuaded if someone should rise from the dead.’”

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Lectionary readings 2016 catholic

Someone becomes cancer in front of me and I lick his anus, sticking my tongue deeply. I turn over on my back, put a pillow under my ass and Vitek, having smeared his foot with sperm that has flowed. From me, puts it in my ass. The foot disappears completely.

Daily Bible Reading 13 November 2016 Reflection from USCCB of Catholic Mass C 159

The entered man tode stopped at the threshold and glanced around the hall, trying to find someone. When he looked at Warren, their eyes met and they both smiled. Warren stood up and held out his hand.

Now discussing:

I gently, but strongly hold it and say, swallow. "Your man wants you to drink his seed. We were overwhelmed by a dream. I suddenly woke up abruptly.



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