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Your guide through the scripture readings of Daily Mass from Dr. Scott Hahn, Dr. John Bergsma, and our other theologians from the St. Paul Center. Insight on memorials and feasts of our God's saints and personal insight from sacred scripture.

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Mar 25, 2019

Joshua 5:9–12
Psalm 34:2–7
2 Corinthians 5:17–21
Luke 15:1–311–32

In today’s First Reading, God forgives “the reproach” of the generations who grumbled against Him after the Exodus. On the threshold of the promised land, Israel can with a clean heart celebrate the Passover, the feast of...

Mar 25, 2019

Josué 5,9–12
Salmo 34,2–7
2 Corintios 5,17–21
Lucas 15,1–3, 11–32


En la primera lectura de este día, Dios perdona el “reproche” de las generaciones que murmuraron contra Él después del Éxodo. En el umbral de la tierra prometida Israel, con un corazón limpio, puede ya celebrar la Pascua,...

Mar 18, 2019

Exodus 3:1–813–15
Psalm 103:1–46–811
1 Corinthians 10:1–610–12
Luke 13:1–9


In the Church, we are made children of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—the God who makes known His name and His ways to Moses in today’s First Reading.

Mindful of His covenant with Abraham (see 

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Mar 18, 2019

Éxodo 3,1–8.13–15
Salmo 103,1–4.6-8.11
1 Corintios 10,1–6.10–12
Lucas 13,1-9

En la Iglesia somos hechos hijos del Dios de Abraham, Isaac y Jacob; del mismo Dios que da a conocer a Moisés su nombre y sus caminos, en la primera lectura de hoy.

Recordando el pacto que había hecho con Abraham (cfr. Ex...

Mar 11, 2019

Genesis 15:5–1217–18
Psalm 27:17–913–14
Philippians 3:17–4:1
Luke 9:28–36


In today’s Gospel, we go up to the mountain with Peter, John, and James. There we see Jesus “transfigured,” speaking with Moses and Elijah about His “exodus.”

The Greek word “exodus” means...