Ordinary Time 9th week Monday Cycle II All pre-Gospel readings


First reading: 2 Peter 1:2-7

May you have more and more grace and peace as you come to know our Lord more and more.

By his divine power, he has given us all the things that we need for life and for true devotion, bringing us to know God himself, who has called us by his own glory and goodness. In making these gifts, he has given us the guarantee of something very great and wonderful to come: through them you will be able to share the divine nature and to escape corruption in a world that is sunk in vice. But to attain this, you will have to do your utmost yourselves, adding goodness to the faith that you have, understanding to your goodness, self-control to your understanding, patience to your self-control, true devotion to your patience, kindness towards your fellow men to your devotion, and, to this kindness, love.

Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 90(91):1-2,14-16

My God, in you I trust.

He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High
  and abides in the shade of the Almighty
says to the Lord: ‘My refuge,
  my stronghold, my God in whom I trust!’

My God, in you I trust.

His love he set on me, so I will rescue him;
  protect him for he knows my name.
When he calls I shall answer: ‘I am with you.’

My God, in you I trust.

I will save him in distress and give him glory.
  With length of life I will content him;
  I shall let him see my saving power.

My God, in you I trust.

Gospel Acclamation

Alleluia, alleluia!
Let the message of Christ, in all its richness, 
find a home with you;
through him give thanks to God the Father.
Alleluia!

 

 

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First reading: 2 Peter 1:2-7

May you have more and more grace and peace as you come to know our Lord more and more.

By his divine power, he has given us all the things that we need for life and for true devotion, bringing us to know God himself, who has called us by his own glory and goodness. In making these gifts, he has given us the guarantee of something very great and wonderful to come: through them you will be able to share the divine nature and to escape corruption in a world that is sunk in vice. But to attain this, you will have to do your utmost yourselves, adding goodness to the faith that you have, understanding to your goodness, self-control to your understanding, patience to your self-control, true devotion to your patience, kindness towards your fellow men to your devotion, and, to this kindness, love.

Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 90(91):1-2,14-16

My God, in you I trust.

He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High
  and abides in the shade of the Almighty
says to the Lord: ‘My refuge,
  my stronghold, my God in whom I trust!’

My God, in you I trust.

His love he set on me, so I will rescue him;
  protect him for he knows my name.
When he calls I shall answer: ‘I am with you.’

My God, in you I trust.

I will save him in distress and give him glory.
  With length of life I will content him;
  I shall let him see my saving power.

My God, in you I trust.

Gospel Acclamation

Alleluia, alleluia!
Let the message of Christ, in all its richness, 
find a home with you;
through him give thanks to God the Father.
Alleluia!