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HOLY MASS TWELFTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME 2014

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The Roman Catholic Church, according to the General Roman Calendar, celebrates the following in Sunday, 2014-06-22:

  • Saint Paulinus of Nola, bishop or Saints John Fisher, bishop and martyr and Thomas More, martyr 2014:

    FIRST LECTURE OF THE MASS

    1 Peter 4:12-19

    12Beloved, do not be surprised at the fiery ordeal which comes upon you to prove you, as though something strange were happening to you. 13But rejoice in so far as you share Christ's sufferings, that you may also rejoice and be glad when his glory is revealed. 14If you are reproached for the name of Christ, you are blessed, because the spirit of glory and of God rests upon you. 15But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or a thief, or a wrongdoer, or a mischief-maker;16yet if one suffers as a Christian, let him not be ashamed, but under that name let him glorify God. 17For the time has come for judgment to begin with the household of God;and if it begins with us, what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God? 18And "If the righteous man is scarcely saved, where will the impious and sinner appear?" 19Therefore let those who suffer according to God's will do right and entrust their souls to a faithful Creator.

    RESPONSORIAL PSALM

    Psalms 126:1-6

    1When the LORD restored the fortunes of Zion, we were like those who dream. 2Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with shouts of joy;then they said among the nations, "The LORD has done great things for them." 3The LORD has done great things for us;we are glad. 4Restore our fortunes, O LORD, like the watercourses in the Negeb! 5May those who sow in tears reap with shouts of joy! 6He that goes forth weeping, bearing the seed for sowing, shall come home with shouts of joy, bringing his sheaves with him.

    SECOND LECTURE OF THE MASS

    Matthew 7:1-5

    1"Judge not, that you be not judged. 2For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and the measure you give will be the measure you get. 3Why do you see the speck that is in your brother's eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye? 4Or how can you say to your brother, `Let me take the speck out of your eye,' when there is the log in your own eye? 5You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother's eye.

    GOSPEL OF THE MASS

    Matthew 10:34-39

    34"Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth;I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. 35For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law;36and a man's foes will be those of his own household. 37He who loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me;and he who loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me;38and he who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me. 39He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life for my sake will find it.

  • CORPUS CHRISTI 2014:

    Ordinary Time.

    FIRST LECTURE OF THE MASS

    dt 8:2-3, 14b-16a

    Moses said to the people:
    "Remember how for forty years now the LORD, your God,
    has directed all your journeying in the desert,
    so as to test you by affliction
    and find out whether or not it was your intention
    to keep his commandments.
    He therefore let you be afflicted with hunger,
    and then fed you with manna,
    a food unknown to you and your fathers,
    in order to show you that not by bread alone does one live,
    but by every word that comes forth from the mouth of the LORD.
    "Do not forget the LORD, your God,
    who brought you out of the land of Egypt,
    that place of slavery;
    who guided you through the vast and terrible desert
    with its saraph serpents and scorpions,
    its parched and waterless ground;
    who brought forth water for you from the flinty rock
    and fed you in the desert with manna,
    a food unknown to your fathers."

    RESPONSORIAL PSALM

    ps 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20

    R/ (12)
    Praise the Lord, Jerusalem.
    or:
    R/
    Alleluia.
    Glorify the LORD, O Jerusalem;
    praise your God, O Zion.
    For he has strengthened the bars of your gates;
    he has blessed your children within you.
    R/
    Praise the Lord, Jerusalem.
    or:
    R/
    Alleluia.
    He has granted peace in your borders;
    with the best of wheat he fills you.
    He sends forth his command to the earth;
    swiftly runs his word!
    R/
    Praise the Lord, Jerusalem.
    or:
    R/
    Alleluia.
    He has proclaimed his word to Jacob,
    his statutes and his ordinances to Israel.
    He has not done thus for any other nation;
    his ordinances he has not made known to them. Alleluia.
    R/
    Praise the Lord, Jerusalem.
    or:
    R/
    Alleluia.

    SECOND LECTURE OF THE MASS

    1 cor 10:16-17

    Brothers and sisters:
    The cup of blessing that we bless,
    is it not a participation in the blood of Christ?
    The bread that we break,
    is it not a participation in the body of Christ?
    Because the loaf of bread is one,
    we, though many, are one body,
    for we all partake of the one loaf.

    SEQUENCE OF THE MASS

    Laud, O Zion, your salvation,
    Laud with hymns of exultation,
    Christ, your king and shepherd true:
    Bring him all the praise you know,
    He is more than you bestow.
    Never can you reach his due.
    Special theme for glad thanksgiving
    Is the quick’ning and the living
    Bread today before you set:
    From his hands of old partaken,
    As we know, by faith unshaken,
    Where the Twelve at supper met.
    Full and clear ring out your chanting,
    Joy nor sweetest grace be wanting,
    From your heart let praises burst:
    For today the feast is holden,
    When the institution olden
    Of that supper was rehearsed.
    Here the new law’s new oblation,
    By the new king’s revelation,
    Ends the form of ancient rite:
    Now the new the old effaces,
    Truth away the shadow chases,
    Light dispels the gloom of night.
    What he did at supper seated,
    Christ ordained to be repeated,
    His memorial ne’er to cease:
    And his rule for guidance taking,
    Bread and wine we hallow, making
    Thus our sacrifice of peace.
    This the truth each Christian learns,
    Bread into his flesh he turns,
    To his precious blood the wine:
    Sight has fail’d, nor thought conceives,
    But a dauntless faith believes,
    Resting on a pow’r divine.
    Here beneath these signs are hidden
    Priceless things to sense forbidden;
    Signs, not things are all we see:
    Blood is poured and flesh is broken,
    Yet in either wondrous token
    Christ entire we know to be.
    Whoso of this food partakes,
    Does not rend the Lord nor breaks;
    Christ is whole to all that taste:
    Thousands are, as one, receivers,
    One, as thousands of believers,
    Eats of him who cannot waste.
    Bad and good the feast are sharing,
    Of what divers dooms preparing,
    Endless death, or endless life.
    Life to these, to those damnation,
    See how like participation
    Is with unlike issues rife.
    When the sacrament is broken,
    Doubt not, but believe ‘tis spoken,
    That each sever’d outward token
    doth the very whole contain.
    Nought the precious gift divides,
    Breaking but the sign betides
    Jesus still the same abides,
    still unbroken does remain.
    The shorter form of the sequence begins here.
    Lo! the angel’s food is given
    To the pilgrim who has striven;
    see the children’s bread from heaven,
    which on dogs may not be spent.
    Truth the ancient types fulfilling,
    Isaac bound, a victim willing,
    Paschal lamb, its lifeblood spilling,
    manna to the fathers sent.
    Very bread, good shepherd, tend us,
    Jesu, of your love befriend us,
    You refresh us, you defend us,
    Your eternal goodness send us
    In the land of life to see.
    You who all things can and know,
    Who on earth such food bestow,
    Grant us with your saints, though lowest,
    Where the heav’nly feast you show,
    Fellow heirs and guests to be. Amen. Alleluia.

    GOSPEL OF THE MASS

    jn 6:51-58

    Jesus said to the Jewish crowds:
    "I am the living bread that came down from heaven;
    whoever eats this bread will live forever;
    and the bread that I will give
    is my flesh for the life of the world."
    The Jews quarreled among themselves, saying,
    "How can this man give us his flesh to eat?"
    Jesus said to them,
    "Amen, amen, I say to you,
    unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood,
    you do not have life within you.
    Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood
    has eternal life,
    and I will raise him on the last day.
    For my flesh is true food,
    and my blood is true drink.
    Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood
    remains in me and I in him.
    Just as the living Father sent me
    and I have life because of the Father,
    so also the one who feeds on me
    will have life because of me.
    This is the bread that came down from heaven.
    Unlike your ancestors who ate and still died,
    whoever eats this bread will live forever."

    Notes

    • Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)
  • TWELFTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME 2014:

    Ordinary Time.

    FIRST LECTURE OF THE MASS

    Jeremiah 20, 10-13

    RESPONSORIAL PSALM

    Psalm 68, 8-10. 14 & 17. 33-35

    SECOND LECTURE OF THE MASS

    Romans 5, 12-15

    GOSPEL OF THE MASS

    Matthew 10, 26-33

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