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Monday ,October 24th. Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Luke 13:10-17.


Monday of the Thirtieth week in Ordinary Time

24 October 2016

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ

“Woman, you are set free of your infirmity.”

JESUS HEALING WOMEN - CRIPPING

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Luke 13:10-17.

Jesus was teaching in a synagogue on the sabbath.
And a woman was there who for eighteen years had been crippled by a spirit; she was bent over, completely incapable of standing erect.
When Jesus saw her, he called to her and said, “Woman, you are set free of your infirmity.”
He laid his hands on her, and she at once stood up straight and glorified God.
But the leader of the synagogue, indignant that Jesus had cured on the sabbath, said to the crowd in reply, “There are six days when work should be done. Come on those days to be cured, not on the sabbath day.”
The Lord said to him in reply, “Hypocrites! Does not each one of you on the sabbath untie his ox or his ass from the manger and lead it out for watering?
This daughter of Abraham, whom Satan has bound for eighteen years now, ought she not to have been set free on the sabbath day from this bondage?”
When he said this, all his adversaries were humiliated; and the whole crowd rejoiced at all the splendid deeds done by him.

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Monday of the Thirtieth week in Ordinary Time

24 October 2016

Commentary of the day

Saint Gregory of Narek (c.944-1010),

Armenian monk and poet
Book of prayers, n°18 (SC 78, p. 123 rev.)

“She at once stood up straight and glorified God”

There was a time when I was not, and you created me.
I had not prayed yet you made me.
I had not yet come into the light yet you saw me.
I had not appeared yet you took pity on me.
I had not invoked you yet you cared for me.
I had not signalled yet you looked at me.
I had not craved your pardon yet you had mercy on me.
I had not breathed a word yet you heard me.
I had not sighed yet you listened.

Even though you knew what would now happen to me
you did not despise me.
Even after considering with your foreseeing gaze
the offences of the sinner that I am,
you nonetheless formed me.
And even now may I, whom you created,
whom you saved,
who have been the object of such care,
not be lost forever by the wounds of sins
aroused in me by the Accuser!…

Bound, paralyzed,
bent double like the afflicted woman,
my poor soul is unable to stand upright.
It cleaves to the earth beneath the weight of sin
because of Satan’s heavy bonds…
Incline towards me, Merciful One,
poor fallen, thinking tree.
Make me flower again in beauty and splendor,
I who am withered and dry,
according to the divine words spoken by the holy prophet (Ez 17,22-24)…
You who alone are our Protector
deign to cast your glance at me
out of the concern of your inexpressible love…
and, out of nothing, you will create within me
light itself. (cf. Gn 1,3).

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Monday of the Thirtieth week in Ordinary Time

24 October 2016

Saints of the day

St. Anthony Mary Claret,

Archbishop (1807-1870)

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SAINT ANTONY MARY CLARET
Claretian Archbishop and Founder
(1807-1870)

        St. Antony Claret was born in 1807 and ordained priest in 1835. He became a popular preacher. His uncompromising preaching raised hostility against him.

        In 1849 he founded a missionary institute of priests. He was appointed bishop of Santiago in Cuba in 1850 and spent six years of arduous pastoral work there. He antagonized the slave owners, and attempts were made on his life.

        In 1857 he was appointed confessor to Queen Isabella of Spain.

        In 1868, revolution caused him to go into exile in France, where he died in 1870.

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Monday of the Thirtieth week in Ordinary Time

24 October 2016

Saints of the day

St. Magloire,

Bishop († c. 575)

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SAINT MAGLOIRE
Bishop
(† c. 575)

        St. Magloire was born in Brittany towards the end of the fifth century. When he and his cousin St. Sampson came of an age to choose their way in life, Sampson retired into a monastery, and Magloire returned home, where he lived in the practice of virtue.

        Amon, Sampson’s father, having been cured by prayer of a dangerous disease, left the world, and with his entire family consecrated himself to God. Magloire was so affected at this that, with his father, mother, and two brothers, he resolved to fly the world, and they gave all their goods to the poor and the Church.

Magloire and his father attached themselves to Sampson, and obtained his permission to take the monastic habit in the house over which he presided. When Sampson was consecrated bishop, Magloire accompanied him in his apostolical labors in Armorica, or Brittany, and at his death he succeeded him in the Abbey of Dole and in the episcopal character.

        After three years he resigned his bishopric, being seventy years old, and retired into a desert on the continent, and some time after into the isle of Jersey, where he founded and governed a monastery of sixty monks.

        He died about the year 575.

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

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