Category: memorial

Jan 31, About Today for Sunday in the 4th week of Ordinary Time

January 31 Saint John Bosco, Priest Memorial Saint John Bosco was the youngest son to Piedmontese peasants. He studied theology at Turin. After ordination, he served the dislocated people who came from the countryside and found themselves adrift in a setting of heavy urbanization and industrialization. In 1854, in a very anti-clerical setting, he founded… Enter Prayer

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Jan 31, Office of Readings – Memorial for Sunday in the 4th week of Ordinary Time

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Psalter: Friday, Week III, 1103 Common of Pastors: 1737 (verse before reading) Proper of Seasons: 131 (first reading) Proper of Saints: 1337 (second reading, concluding prayer) Office of Readings for Friday in Ordinary Time, the Memorial of Saint John Bosco, Priest God, come to my… Enter Prayer

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Jan 31, Morning Prayer – Memorial for Sunday in the 4th week of Ordinary Time

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 654 Psalter: Friday, Week III, 1086 Common of Pastors: 1751 (reading, canticle antiphon, intercessions) Proper of Saints: 1339 (concluding prayer) Christian Prayer (single volume) Ordinary: 689 Psalter: Friday, Week III, 906 Common of Pastors: 1426 (reading, canticle antiphon, intercessions) Proper of Saints: 1076 (concluding prayer) Morning… Enter Prayer

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Jan 31, Evening Prayer – Memorial for Sunday in the 4th week of Ordinary Time

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 668 Psalter: Friday, Week III, 1097 Common of Pastors: 1758 (reading, canticle antiphon, intercessions) Common of Saints: 1339 (concluding prayer) Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Psalter: Friday, Week III, 911 Common of Pastors: 1432 (reading, canticle antiphon, intercessions) Common of Saints: 1076 (concluding prayer) Evening Prayer for… Enter Prayer

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Jan 28, About Today for St. Thomas Aquinas, P & D

January 28 Saint Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor of the Church Memorial “Everything imperfect must proceed from something perfect: therefore the First Being must be most perfect. Everything is perfect inasmuch as it is in actuality; imperfect, inasmuch as it is in potentiality, with privation of actuality. That then which is nowise in potentiality, but… Enter Prayer

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Liturgy of the Hours (iBreviary)

Prayers to St. Peregrine

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