Gospel Reading

Sunday Advent 1 B

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Mark Mark 13: 33 – 37 Jesus said to his disciples: “Stay awake, always be ready, because you never know when the time will come. It is like a man that goes abroad. He leaves his house, giving responsibility to the servants to look after the house, and telling the person guarding the door to stay awake. So stay awake, because you do not know when the master of the house is…

Gospel Christ the King A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.             Matthew 25: 31-26 Jesus said to his disciples, “When the Son of Man comes again in great glory, all the angels will be with him.  He will sit on his royal throne.  All the people of the world will come in front of him, and he will separate the people in two groups, as a shepherd that separates the sheep from goats.  The Son of Man, now King, will put the…

Gospel Sunday 33 A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.       Matthew 25:14-30. Jesus told this parable to his disciples, “The kingdom of heaven is like a master that decided to go abroad.  Before he left, he told his servants to look after his house and his land.  Because each servant had different skills, the master gave five gold coins to the first servant, two gold coins to the second servant, and one gold coin to the third servant.  Then the…

Gospel Sunday 32 A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.            Matthew 25:1-13. Jesus told this parable to the disciples: “The kingdom of heaven will be like the ten bridesmaids that took their lamps and went to wait for the bridegroom. Five bridesmaids were foolish, they took their lamps but did not take any oil with them.  The other five bridesmaids were wise, they took their lamps and also small bottle of oil.  The bridegroom was late, and all ten bridesmaids…

Gospel All Saints A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew Mt. 5:1-12. Jesus saw the crowds, he went up the hill and sat down.  His disciples sat around him.  Jesus began to teach the people. “The people that are poor in spirit, they will be happy, because the kingdom of heaven belongs to them. The people that are gentle, they will be happy, because they will receive everything from the Lord. The people that mourn (cry), they will be happy, because God…

Gospel Sunday 30 A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.           Matthew 22:34-40 The Pharisees heard that Jesus had said things that made the Sadducees quiet, so they met together.  One of the Sadducees asked Jesus a question to try and make him confused.   He said, “Master, which commandment in the Law is the most important?”  Jesus said, “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.  This is the…

Gospel Sunday 29 A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.         Matthew 22;15-21 The Pharisees went away to make plans about how to trap Jesus saying something wrong.  The Pharisees sent some of their men with some members of Herod’s group to meet Jesus.  They asked him, “Master, we know that you are an honest man, you teach about God in the right way.  You are not afraid of any person, and people that are very important, highly promoted, mean nothing…

Gospel Sunday 28 A

Reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.    Matthew 22:1-14 Jesus said to the chief priests and Jewish leaders, “The kingdom of heaven is like a king preparing a wedding feast for his son.  The king sent his servants to bring all the people that were invited to the wedding.  But the people would not come.  So the king sent some more servants.  The king said to the servants, ‘Tell all the people I have invited.  My feast is ready. …

Gospel Sunday 26 A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.          Matthew 21:28-32 Jesus said to the chief priests and the Jewish leaders, “Tell me what you think: A man had two sons.  He went and said to the first, ‘My son go and work in the vineyard (grape-field) today.’  The son answered, ‘I will not go,’ but later he thought about it and changed his mind.  He went to work.  The man went to the second son and asked him…

Gospel Sunday 25 A

A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.          Matthew 20:1-16. The kingdom of heaven is like a landowner, a rich man, that went out very early in the morning looking for workers for his vineyard (grape field).  The man agreed to pay one silver coin to each worker for one day.  He sent them to work in the vineyard (grape field).  At nine o’clock in the morning the rich man went out again.  He saw some people in…