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Showing posts with label Liturgy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Liturgy. Show all posts

10th Week, Monday, Jun 10th

10TH Week, Monday: June 10th

1 Kings 17:1-6 / Matthew 5:1-12 

Elijah warns Ahab: “A drought will ravage the land.”

9th Week, Ordinary Time, Monday, Jun 3rd

2 Peter 1:2-7 / Mark 12:1-12

Peter sends greetings: May you be filled with peace.

7th Week, Monday, May 20 - Mary, Mother of the Church: Reflection & Liturgy

 7th Week, Monday, May 20 - Reflection & Liturgy

James 3:13-18 / Mark 9:14-29 

True wisdom is from above: It is humble and filled with good sense.

Pentecost Sunday - Liturgy

  Greeting (see Sequence)

May the Spirit of the Lord make flexible what is rigid, kindle what is frigid, straighten what is wayward. With his Spirit may the Lord be always with you. R/ And also with you.

Easter 5th Sunday B: Liturgy

 Greeting (see Second Reading)

Easter 5th Sunday B-Liturgical Prayers

 Greeting

We need not be afraid in God's presence, and whatever we ask him we shall receive that is, if we keep his commandments, that we believe in Christ and love each other. May the love and peace of Jesus be with you.

St. MARK, EVANGELIST ( FEAST ) Apr 25

1 Peter 5:5-14 / Mark 16:15-20
Jesus instructs his disciples: “Proclaim the good news. ”

Holy Thursday - Liturgical Prayers

 Greeting
A. This Is I for You
“This is my body, which is for you,” says the Lord. “Do this as a memorial of me.” May the Lord Jesus be always with you.
B. You Must Wash Each Other's Feet
“If I, the Lord and Teacher,” says the Lord, “have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet.

Palm Sunday B - Liturgical Prayers

I. BLESSING OF PALMS AND PROCESSION

Lent 2nd Sunday B: Liturgical prayers

Greeting (see Second Reading)

“The crucified Christ is the power and the wisdom of God.” May he never be an obstacle or scandal to us. The Lord Jesus be always with you. R/ And also with you.

2nd Week of Lent, Thursday, Feb 29

Lent, 2nd Week, Thursday, Feb 29
Jeremiah 17:5-10 / Luke 16:19-31 
Jesus talks about concern for the poor: He represents something totally new. He is the owner’s (God’s) own son.

6th Week, Tuesday, Feb 13th - Reflection & Liturgy

James 1:12-18 / Mark 8:14-21
James talks about temptation: Temptation precedes sin.

6th Week, Monday: Feb 12th: Reflection & Liturgy

James 1:1-11 / Mark 8:11-13
James talks about death: Death comes to all, rich and poor alike.

5th Week, Saturday, Feb 10th: Saint Scholastica

1 Kings 12:26-32; 13:33-34 / Mark 8:1-10
Jeroboam fears tribal reunion: He thwarted worship in Jerusalem.

5th Week, Wednesday: Feb 7th: St. Gonsalo Garcia (India)

1 Kings 10:1-10 / Mark 7:14-23 
The Queen speaks about Solomon: “Your people are fortunate to have you.”

5th Sunday B - Liturgical Prayers

 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

1. Healing for the Broken-hearted

5th Week, Monday, Feb 5th: Reflection & Liturgy; St. Agatha

1 Kings 8:1-7, 9-13 / Mark 6:53-56

The ark is placed in the Temple: A cloud filled the Temple.

4th Week, Saturday, Feb 3rd: St. Blaise; Reflection & Liturgy

 1 Kings 3:4-13 / Mark 6:30-34

God offers to bless Solomon: Solomon asked for an understanding heart.