Welcome, one and all! Introduction to the Lectionary for Mass
Welcome to Lectionary Readings for the Easter Season: Acts, Revelation, John Felix Just, S.J. March 31, 2007 LMU Extension Center for Religion & Spirituality Welcome! Todays Schedule: 9:30 Welcome & Intros 9:45 Lectionary 10:45 Break 11:00 Gospel 12:00 Lunch & Seasonal Overview Readings: according to John
1:00 1st Readings: 2:00 Break Acts of the Apostles 2:15 2nd Readings: Book of 3:15 Conclusion & Evaluations 3:30 Departure Revelation Liturgical Year: Overview EASTER Lent, EASTER, Pentecost
Lent Preparatory season of fasting & prayer Ash Wednesday to Holy Thursday (40 days?) EASTER Resurrection of Jesus Easter Triduum (3 holy days: Thurs. eve Sun. eve) Holy Thursday (Last Supper); Good Friday (Crucifixion) Easter Vigil (Sat. evening; baptism of neophytes) Easter Sunday (Sun. after first full moon in Spring) Easter Octave (one full week = 8 days; Sun. to Sun.)
Easter Season (7 weeks = 50 days, till Pentecost) Ascension of the Lord (40th day: Thursday; or 6th Sunday) Pentecost Coming of Holy Spirit (Acts 2) CHRISTMAS: The Nativity of the Lord Advent, CHRISTMAS, Epiphany Advent Season of preparation & waiting
begins 4 Sundays before Christmas (rarely 4 full weeks) CHRISTMAS Birth/Nativity of Jesus Christmas Eve & Day Dec. 24/25 Four Masses: Vigil, Midnight, Dawn, Day Special Feasts during Christmas Season: St. Stephen, St. John Evangelist, Holy Innocents, etc. Christmas Octave, Jan. 1: Mary / Naming Jesus / World Peace Epiphany Coming of the Magi (Matt 2)
Jan. 6 (trad.); or moved to closest Sunday: Jan. 2-8 Baptism of the Lord Christmas Season ends Ordinary Time OT I between seasons of Christmas & Lent Between 5 and 8 weeks (dep. on date of Easter?) Called Sundays after Epiphany by some Protestants OT II after Pentecost to next years Advent Up to 34 weeks; last Sunday called Christ the King
Called Sundays after Pentecost by some Protestants Other Feasts: Lesser Events related to Jesus Feasts of Mary & the Saints Memorials of the Deceased Lectionary Development 1570 Pope Pius V Two Readings: * Epistle * Gospel (same each year) (almost never OT)
Vatican Council II The treasures of the Bible are to be opened up more lavishly, so that richer fare may be provided for the faithful at the table of God's word. In this way a more representative portion of the holy scriptures will be read to the people in the course of a prescribed number of years. (Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, 51) Lectionary History (cont.) Lectionary for Mass (biblical readings) Sacramentary (texts spoken by the
priest) Lectionary Structure Lectionary Structure: Sundays Three Main Readings: 1. OT Reading + Responsorial Psalm 2. NT Epistles + Gospel Acclamation 3. NT Gospel 3-Year Cycle: A. Matthew (2005) B. Mark (2006) C. Luke (2007)
Readings for the Easter Triduum Day/Feast 1st Reading Holy Thurs. Exod 12:1-8, 11-14 2nd Reading Gospel Isa 52:13 53:12 Good Fri. Easter Vigil 1) Gen 1:1 2:2 or 1, 26- Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9 John 18:1 19:42 31a 1 Cor 11:23-26 Rom 6:3-11 A) Matt 28:1-10
B) Mark 16:1-7 C) Luke 24:1-12 Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8 John 20:1-9 or Luke 24:13-35 (p.m.) 2) Gen 22:1-18 (or shorter) 3) Exod 14:15 15:1 4) Isa 54:5-14 5) Isa 55:1-11 6) Bar 3:9-15, 32-4:4 7) Ezek 36:16-17a, 18-28 Easter Sun. Acts 10:34a, 37-43 John 13:1-15
Readings for the Easter Season (I) Day/Feast 1st Reading 2nd Reading Gospel Sun. 2-6 (A) Acts 2, 2, 2, 6, 8 1 Peter (excerpts) Sun. 2-6 (B) Acts 4, 3, 4, 9, 10
1 John (excerpts) Sun. 2-6 (C) Acts 5, 5, 13, 14, 15 Revelation (excerpts) John 20:19-31 Luke 24:13-35 John 10, 14, 14 John 20:19-31 Luke 24:35-48 John 10, 15, 15 John 20:19-31 John 21:1-19 John 10, 13, 14
Readings for the Easter Season (II) Day/Feast 1st Reading 2nd Reading Gospel Ascension Acts 1:1-11 A) Eph 1:17-23 B) Eph 4:1-13 C) Heb 9:24-28; 10:19-23 A) Matt 28:16-20
B) Mark 16:15-20 C) Luke 24:46-53 Pentecost Vigil (ABC) Gen 11 or Exod 19 or Ezek 37 or Joel 3 Rom 8:22-27 John 7:37-39 Pentecost Sunday (ABC) Acts 2:1-11 A) 1 Cor 12
A) John 20:19-23 B) Gal 5:16-25 C) Rom 8:8-17 B) John 15:26-27; 16:12-15 C) John 14:14-16, 23b-26
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