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The Roman Catholic Church, according to the General Roman Calendar, celebrates the following in Wednesday, 2019-07-03:

  • Saint Thomas the Apostle 2019:


    Eph 2:19-22

    Brothers and sisters:
    You are no longer strangers and sojourners,
    but you are fellow citizens with the holy ones
    and members of the household of God,
    built upon the foundation of the Apostles and prophets,
    with Christ Jesus himself as the capstone.
    Through him the whole structure is held together
    and grows into a temple sacred in the Lord;
    in him you also are being built together
    into a dwelling place of God in the Spirit.


    Ps 117:1bc, 2

    R. (Mark 16:15) Go out to all the world and tell the Good News.
    Praise the LORD, all you nations;
    glorify him, all you peoples!
    R. Go out to all the world and tell the Good News.
    For steadfast is his kindness for us,
    and the fidelity of the LORD endures forever.
    R. Go out to all the world and tell the Good News.


    Jn 20:24-29

    Thomas, called Didymus, one of the Twelve,
    was not with them when Jesus came.
    So the other disciples said to him, "We have seen the Lord."
    But Thomas said to them,
    "Unless I see the mark of the nails in his hands
    and put my finger into the nailmarks
    and put my hand into his side, I will not believe."
    Now a week later his disciples were again inside
    and Thomas was with them.
    Jesus came, although the doors were locked,
    and stood in their midst and said, "Peace be with you."
    Then he said to Thomas, "Put your finger here and see my hands,
    and bring your hand and put it into my side,
    and do not be unbelieving, but believe."
    Thomas answered and said to him, "My Lord and my God!"
    Jesus said to him, "Have you come to believe because you have seen me?
    Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed."


    Ordinary Time.


    Gn 21:5, 8-20a

    Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.
    Isaac grew, and on the day of the child’s weaning
    Abraham held a great feast.

    Sarah noticed the son whom Hagar the Egyptian
    had borne to Abraham
    playing with her son Isaac;
    so she demanded of Abraham:
    “Drive out that slave and her son!
    No son of that slave is going to share the inheritance
    with my son Isaac!”
    Abraham was greatly distressed,
    especially on account of his son Ishmael.
    But God said to Abraham: “Do not be distressed about the boy
    or about your slave woman.
    Heed the demands of Sarah, no matter what she is asking of you;
    for it is through Isaac that descendants shall bear your name.
    As for the son of the slave woman,
    I will make a great nation of him also,
    since he too is your offspring.”

    Early the next morning Abraham got some bread and a skin of water
    and gave them to Hagar.
    Then, placing the child on her back, he sent her away.
    As she roamed aimlessly in the wilderness of Beer-sheba,
    the water in the skin was used up.
    So she put the child down under a shrub,
    and then went and sat down opposite him, about a bowshot away;
    for she said to herself, “Let me not watch to see the child die.”
    As she sat opposite Ishmael, he began to cry.
    God heard the boy’s cry,
    and God’s messenger called to Hagar from heaven:
    “What is the matter, Hagar?
    Don’t be afraid;God has heard the boy’s cry in this plight of his.
    Arise, lift up the boy and hold him by the hand;
    for I will make of him a great nation.”
    Then God opened her eyes, and she saw a well of water.
    She went and filled the skin with water, and then let the boy drink.

    God was with the boy as he grew up.


    Ps 34:7-8, 10-11, 12-13

    R. (7a) The Lord hears the cry of the poor.
    When the poor one called out, the LORD heard,
    and from all his distress he saved him.
    The angel of the LORD encamps
    around those who fear him, and delivers them.
    R. The Lord hears the cry of the poor.
    Fear the LORD, you his holy ones,
    for nought is lacking to those who fear him.
    The great grow poor and hungry;
    but those who seek the LORD want for no good thing.
    R. The Lord hears the cry of the poor.
    Come, children, hear me;
    I will teach you the fear of the LORD.
    Which of you desires life,
    and takes delight in prosperous days?
    R. The Lord hears the cry of the poor.

    Alleluia Jas 1:18

    R. Alleluia, alleluia.
    The Father willed to give us birth by the word of truth
    that we may be a kind of firstfruits of his creatures.
    R. Alleluia, alleluia.


    mt 8:28-34

    When Jesus came to the territory of the Gadarenes,
    two demoniacs who were coming from the tombs met him.
    They were so savage that no one could travel by that road.
    They cried out, “What have you to do with us, Son of God?
    Have you come here to torment us before the appointed time?”
    Some distance away a herd of many swine was feeding.
    The demons pleaded with him,
    “If you drive us out, send us into the herd of swine.”
    And he said to them, “Go then!”
    They came out and entered the swine,
    and the whole herd rushed down the steep bank into the sea
    where they drowned.
    The swineherds ran away,
    and when they came to the town they reported everything,
    including what had happened to the demoniacs.
    Thereupon the whole town came out to meet Jesus,
    and when they saw him they begged him to leave their district.

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