Sunday, June 21, 2020: 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A
To read the Daily Scripture Readings, you may have them delivered directly to your email or you may visit the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) website. The Daily Readings are also in audio form and there is a daily reflection video that you may enjoy. Also, the USCCB website has an amazing amount of content from prayers and devotions to news and articles.
Word on Fire has a Daily Gospel Reflection from Bishop Barron. It is sent to your email inbox everyday. Please visit Word on Fire and enter your email at the bottom of the home page to receive the Gospel reflection and other information.
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Reflection and Bible Study Page
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To read the readings for Sunday, August 9, 2020, please click on the link for the USCCB website: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/080920.cfm. Below you will find the Bible Study outline from Wednesday night Mass and Fr. Brian's Homily for the Sunday Mass. Wednesday night Mass begins at 6:00pm and Sunday Mass begins at 10:00am. Both of these Masses are live-streamed via Facebook Live.
Please pray the rosary with us on Wednesday evening starting at 5:30pm either in person or via Facebook Live. If you plan on attending weekend Mass, the rosary is prayed a half an hour before Saturday evening Mass and Sunday morning Mass.
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