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The Everyday Prayer


 
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Church of Sant'Egidio, Rome

First Reading

Isaiah 35,1-6.8.10

Let the desert and the dry lands be glad, let the wasteland rejoice and bloom; like the asphodel, let it burst into flower, let it rejoice and sing for joy. The glory of Lebanon is bestowed on it, the splendour of Carmel and Sharon; then they will see the glory of Yahweh, the splendour of our God. Strengthen all weary hands, steady all trembling knees and say to the faint-hearted, 'Be strong! Do not be afraid. Here is your God, vengeance is coming, divine retribution; he is coming to save you.' Then the eyes of the blind will be opened, the ears of the deaf unsealed, then the lame will leap like a deer and the tongue of the dumb sing for joy; for water will gush in the desert and streams in the wastelands, And through it will run a road for them and a highway which will be called the Sacred Way; the unclean will not be allowed to use it; He will be the one to use this road, the fool will not stray along it. For those whom Yahweh has ransomed will return, they will come to Zion shouting for joy, their heads crowned with joy unending; rejoicing and gladness will escort them and sorrow and sighing will take flight.


12/12/2010
Liturgy of the Sunday


Calendar of the week
FEB
26
Sunday, 26 February
Liturgy of the Sunday
FEB
27
Monday, 27 February
Memory of the Poor
FEB
28
Tuesday, 28 February
Memory of the Mother of the Lord
MAR
1
Wednesday, 1 March
Ash Wednesday
MAR
2
Thursday, 2 March
Memory of the Church
MAR
3
Friday, 3 March
Memory of Jesus crucified
MAR
4
Saturday, 4 March
Sunday Vigil
MAR
5
Sunday, 5 March
Liturgy of the Sunday