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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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Dec 28, 2020

Isaiah 60:1–6
Psalm 72:1–2, 7–8, 10–13
Ephesians 3:2–3, 5–6
Matthew 2:1–12

Today the child born on Christmas is revealed to be the long-awaited king of the Jews.

As the priests and scribes interpret the prophecies in today’s Gospel, He is the ruler expected from the line of King David,...

Dec 14, 2020

2 Samuel 7,1–5.8–11.16
Salmo 89, 2–5.27.29
Romanos 16, 25–27
Lucas 1, 26–38

Lo que se le anuncia a María en el Evangelio de este domingo, es la revelación de todo lo que los profetas habían dicho. Es, como San Pablo declara en la epístola, el misterio mantenido en secreto desde antes de la...

Dec 14, 2020

2 Samuel 7:1–5, 8–11, 16
Psalm 89:2–5, 27, 29
Romans 16:25–27
Luke 1:26–38

What is announced to Mary in today’s Gospel is the revelation of all that the prophets had spoken. It is, as Paul declares in today’s Epistle, the mystery kept secret since before the foundation of the world (see Ephesians...

Nov 30, 2020

Isaiah 40:1–5, 9–11
Psalm 85:9–14
2 Peter 3:8–14
Mark 1:1–8

Our God is coming. The time of exile— the long separation of humankind from God due to sin—is about to end. This is the good news proclaimed in today’s liturgy.

Isaiah in today’s First Reading promises Israel’s future release and...

Nov 30, 2020

Isaías 40,1–5. 9–11
Salmo 85, 9–14
2 Pedro 3, 8–14
Marcos 1, 1–8

Nuestro Dios viene. El tiempo del exilio –la prolongada separación de Dios que la humanidad tiene debido al pecado- está a punto de terminar. Esas son las buenas nuevas que proclama la liturgia de este domingo.

En la primera...