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Tuesday, December 1st. Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Luke 10:21-24.


Tuesday of the First week of Advent

1 December 2015

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ

 “I give you praise, Father, Lord of heaven and earth”

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Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Luke 10:21-24. 

Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit and said, “I give you praise, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for although you have hidden these things from the wise and the learned you have revealed them to the childlike. Yes, Father, such has been your gracious will.  
All things have been handed over to me by my Father. No one knows who the Son is except the Father, and who the Father is except the Son and anyone to whom the Son wishes to reveal him.”
Turning to the disciples in private he said, “Blessed are the eyes that see what you see.
For I say to you, many prophets and kings desired to see what you see, but did not see it, and to hear what you hear, but did not hear it.”

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DAILY MASS – Tuesday 1 December 2015

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Tuesday of the First week of Advent

1 December 2015

Commentary of the day

Saint Irenaeus of Lyons

An engraving of St Irenaeus, Bishop of Lugdunum in Gaul (now Lyons, France)

An engraving of St Irenaeus, Bishop of Lugdunum in Gaul (now Lyons, France)

Saint Irenaeus of Lyons (c.130-c.208),

Bishop, theologian and martyr
Adversus Haereses IV, 14,2

“Many prophets and kings desired to see what you see”

Right from the beginning, God formed the human person in view of his gifts. He chose the patriarchs in view of their salvation. He prepared for himself a people and taught the ignorant to follow God’s path. Then he taught the prophets so as to get the human person accustomed to bearing his Spirit already on this earth and to entering into communion with God. Certainly, he himself needed no one, but he offered communion with himself to those who needed him. Like an architect, he made plans of salvation’s edifice ahead of time through those “on whom his favor rests” (Lk 2:14). In the darkness of Egypt, he himself became their guide. In the desert where they were wandering, he gave them a very appropriate Law; and to those who entered the good land, he offered a chosen inheritance. Finally, for all who return to the Father, he killed the fattened calf and he gives them the precious garment (Lk 15:22). Thus, God disposed the human race in many ways for
the “music and dancing” (Lk 15:25). That is why John wrote in the Book of Revelation: “And his voice sounded like the roar of rushing waters.” (Rev 1:15) For the waters of God’s Spirit are truly many, because the Father is rich and great. And going by way of all that, the Word generously gave his help to those who submitted themselves to him, giving every creature the appropriate instruction.

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Tuesday of the First week of Advent

1 December 2015

Saints of the day

Bl. brother Charles of Jesus,

Priest (1858-1916)

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BLESSED CHARLES OF JESUS
Charles de Foucauld
Priest
(1858-1916)

         CHARLES DE FOUCAULD (Brother Charles of Jesus) was born in Strasbourg, France on September 15th, 1858. Orphaned at the age of six, he and his sister Marie were raised by their grandfather in whose footsteps he followed by taking up a military career.
         He lost his faith as an adolescent. His taste for easy living was well known to all and yet he showed that he could be strong willed and constant in difficult situations. He undertook a risky exploration of Morocco (1883-1884). Seeing the way Muslims expressed their faith questioned him and he began repeating, ‘‘My God, if you exist, let me come to know you.’’
         On his return to France, the warm, respectful welcome he received from his deeply Christian family made him continue his search. Under the guidance of Fr. Huvelin he rediscovered god in October 1886.  he was then 28 years old. ‘‘As soon as I believed in God, I understood that I could not do otherwise than to live for him alone.’’
A pilgrimage to the Holy Land revealed his vocation to him : to follow Jesus in his life at Nazareth. He spent 7 years as a Trappist, first in France and then at Akbès in Syria. Later he began to lead a life of prayer and adoration, alone, near a convent of Poor Clares in Nazareth.
         Ordained a priest at 43 (1901) he left for the Sahara, living at first in Beni Abbès and later at Tamanrasset among the Tuaregs of the Hoggar. He wanted to be among those who were, ‘‘the furthest removed, the most abandoned.’’ He wanted all who drew close to him to find in him a brother, ‘‘a universal brother.’’ In a great respect for the culture and faith of those among whom he lived, his desire was to ‘‘shout the Gospel with his life’’. ‘‘I would like to be sufficiently  good  that people would say, ‘‘If such is the servant, what must the Master be like ?’’
On the evening of December 1st 1916, he was killed by a band of marauders who had encircled his house.
         He had always dreamed of sharing his vocation with others : after having written several rules for religious life, he came to the conclusion that this ‘‘life of Nazareth’’ could led by all. Today the ‘‘spiritual family of Charles de Foucauld’’ encompassed several associations of the faithful, religious communities and secular institutes for both lay people and priests.

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Tuesday of the First week of Advent

1 December 2015

Saints of the day

St. Eligius, Bishop († 665)

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SAINT ELIGIUS
Bishop
(† 665)

        Eligius, a goldsmith at Paris, was commissioned by King Clotaire to make a throne. With the gold and precious stones given him he made two. Struck by his rare honesty, the king gave him an appointment at court, and demanded an oath of fidelity sworn upon holy relics; but Eligius prayed with tears to be excused, for fear of failing in reverence to the relics of the Saints.

        On entering the court he fortified himself against its seductions by many austerities and continual ejaculatory prayers. He had a marvellous zeal for the redemption of captives, and for their deliverance would sell his jewels, his food, his clothes, and his very shoes, once by his prayers breaking their chains and opening their prisons. His great delight was in making rich shrines for relics.

  His striking virtue caused him, a layman and a goldsmith, to be made Bishop of Noyon, and his sanctity in this holy office was remarkable.

        He possessed the gifts of miracles and prophecy, and died in 665.

Lives of the Saints, by Alban Butler, Benziger Bros. ed. [1894]
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