Today's Mass Readings

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The Responsorial (Psalm 128) is an encouragement both to reverence God and to hope for great things from him: “See how the Lord blesses those who fear him.”

In Genesis 17: 1-22 God promises to make Abram (renamed Abraham) “the father of a host of nations.” And he promises to do this through Sarai (renamed Sarah), blessing her even more than Hagar in spite o...

Thursday, Week Twelve

Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles Vigil Mass (from June 28)

For the glory of your name, O Lord, deliver us. (Responsorial: Psalm 79)

Acts 3:1-10: Everyone knows the story of a pope who said, commenting on this text amid the riches of the Vatican, “Peter can no longer say, ‘Silver and gold have I none.’” A saint replied: “No, and neither can he say, ‘Rise and walk.’”

Since the remar...

Wednesday, Week Twelve: View Today's Readings

When the Responsorial (Psalm 105) tells us “The Lord remembers his covenant forever,” this is an echo of the “virtual definition of God” that God gave us when he showed his “glory” to Moses as “a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness.”[1]

Genesis 15: 1-18 shows us the beginning of God’s covenant with A...

Tuesday, Week Twelve: View Today's Readings

The Responsorial (Psalm 15) declares the fruit of “justice”: “Those who do justice will live in the presence of the Lord.” For Christians “justice” means living up to the identification with Christ that Baptism gave us.

Genesis 13: 2-18 shows us Abram seeking peace and good relationships with his nephew Lot. Abram and Lot were coming into conflict over gra...

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