Skip to comments.Daily Gospel Readings for the Catholic Churches: Latin, Maronite, Byzantine and Extraordinary Form
Posted on 07/06/2014 2:13:28 PM PDT by NYer
"Daily Gospel" is a service provided by the international association Evangelizo. Evangelizo's mission is to spread the voice of the Gospel in all languages throughout the world via the Internet and to develop the technical means to this end. Evangelizo is a team of more than 70 secular and clerical Catholics, formed of priests, monks and nuns from various communities, congregations or spiritual sensitivities such as Jesuits, Redemptorists, Benedictines, Carmelites, Cistercians, the Monastic Fraternities of Jerusalem, the Emmanuel Community and Focolari.
The Daily Gospel is delivered in 10 languages to more than 500,000 by means of the internet and email, as well as mobile, android and iPhone devices. This program began in Strasbourg France. In 2011, Pope Benedict XVI welcomed the two founders and their assistants at his weekly audience with this message.
Welcome to the members of the Association Evangelizo! By spreading the word of God daily, you offer to the faithful the possibility of becoming configured to Christ. I encourage you in this noble mission.
You may select from various options including the Daily Mass Readings for the Latin, Maronite, Byzantine, Armenian and CALENDARIUM ROMANUMFORMA EXTRAORDINARIA in English, French or Spanish.
Once you make your selection, it will direct you to the corresponding link. There you can submit your email address; you will receive a confirmation message that includes a link to finalize and confirm your selection. There you may narrow or expand the subscription to include the Epistle on a daily and/or weekend only basis. The saint of the day is also provided.
The above link will enable freepers to also receive these readings directly to their inbox. Best of all, they have multiple options.
Thank-you both for all that you do. God Bless.
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