"The Lord's Day" Gospel Reflection by Louise Fournier (John 12:20-33, for March 21, 2021) Featured

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For more information on our "The Lord's Day" Celebration or to download a printable copy of our "The Lord's Day" prayer guide please see An Introduction to "The Lord's Day" Celebration.

Second-year student, Louise Fournier, shares her reflection on the Gospel reading for Sunday, March 21, the Fifth Sunday of Lent, from John 12:20-33 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series continues.

Readings for Sunday, March 21:

  • First Reading: Jeremiah 31:31-34
  • Responsorial: Psalm 50(51):3-4,12-15
  • Second Reading: Hebrews 5:7-9
  • Gospel Acclamation: Jn12:26
  • Gospel Reading: John 12:20-33

May #GodBless you as you prepare your hearts and homes to celebrate The Lord's Day!

For more information on our "The Lord's Day" Celebration or to download a printable copy of our "The Lord's Day" prayer guide please see An Introduction to "The Lord's Day" Celebration at www.St-T.ca/LordsDay
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To assist in this time, St. Therese Institute would like to share some additional resources to keep your Sabbath day holy.

  • Magnificat has made available a free, online subscription to their monthly publication of daily prayer, mass readings, and reflections by saints and pertinent theologians. A free PDF of the Sunday mass readings (using the NAB translation), with reflections, a form of liturgy of the hours, etc. is available at this link: ENGLISH https://us.magnificat.net/free  FRENCH https://canada.magnificat.net/
    As quoted from their website, Magnificat is:
    "... a spiritual guide to help you develop your prayer life, grow in your spiritual life, find a way to a more profound love for Christ, and participate in the holy Mass with greater fervor."
    Magnificat is a monthly publication designed for daily use, to encourage both liturgical and personal prayer. It can be used to follow daily Mass and can also be read at home or wherever you find yourself for personal or family prayer."
  • Another good resource is Universalis.com. This is a free web resource that contains the Liturgy of the Hours and the daily mass readings with helpful instructions and various service. As well, one can use Canada's lectionary by selecting it in the settings.
  • Also, the Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops has published a complete calendar of readings for the 2020-2021 church year (downloadable PDF).

It is our hope that these resources may support your life of prayer and devotion.


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Friday, 19 March 2021 12:20 Written by  In The Lord's Day — Sunday Gospel Reflections
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