01Nov Mass Readings for November, 2017

Mass Readings for November

(as in the Liturgical Calendar for Ireland, 2017, ed. Patrick Jones)

01 November, All Saints Day

02 November. All the Faithful Departed

03 November. Friday of Week 30

04 November. Saturday of Week 30


01Oct Mass Readings for October, 2017

Mass Readings for October

(as in the Liturgical Calendar for Ireland, 2017, ed. Patrick Jones)

01 October. 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

02 October. Monday of Week 26

03 October. Tuesday of Week 26

04 October. Wednesday of Week

01Sep Mass Readings for September, 2017

Mass Readings for September

(as in the Liturgical Calendar for Ireland, 2017, ed. Patrick Jones)

01 September. Friday of Week 21

02 September. Saturday of Week 21

03 September. 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

04 September. Monday of Week

31Aug 31 August. Thursday, Week 21

Saint Aidan of Lindisfarne

1st Reading: 1 Thessalonians 3:7-13

Paul recalls the faith of the Thessalonians and prays for their spiritual growth

Brothers and sisters, during all our distress and persecution we have been encouraged about you through your faith. …

30Aug 30 August. Wednesday, Week 21

Saint Fiacre (Fiachra)

1st Reading: 1 Thessalonians 2:9-13

The gospel is no mere opinion but is God’s own word

You remember our labour and toil, brothers and sisters; we worked night and day, so that we might not burden any …

29Aug 29 August. The Passion of St John the Baptist

1st Reading: Jeremiah 1:17-19

Like Jeremiah, we must speak out against domineering rulers

But as for you, gird up your loins; stand up and tell them everything that I command you. Do not break down before them, or I will …

28Aug 28 August. Monday, Week 21

Saint Augustine of Hippo, bishop

1st Reading: 1 Thessalonians 1:1-5, 8-10

Paul recalls the dramatic conversion of the people of Thessalonica

Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, To the church of the Thessalonians in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ: …

27Aug Presider’s Page for 27 August (Ordinary Time 21)

This hour of worship brings us into the presence of the God whose mystery we can never comprehend. All we have comes from the Lord, and we can only bow down in awe, and bring forward the praise that is due to the Almighty.

27Aug 27 August. 21st Sunday in O. T.

Saint Monica, widow<

1st Reading: Isaiah 22:19-23

Isaiah warns that the symbol of authority will be given to another

Thus says the Lord to Shebna, the master of the palace: “I will thrust you from your office, and you will …

26Aug 26 August. Saturday, Week 20

1st Reading: Ruth 2:1-3, 8-11; 4:13-17

How Ruth the foreigner came to become king David’s great grandmother

Now Naomi had a kinsman on her husband’s side, a prominent rich man, of the family of Elimelech, whose name was Boaz. And …

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