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Sunday, November 25 2012~Resources for Sunday Mass (Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms)

Posted by Dim Bulb on November 20, 2012

This post contains resources (mostly biblical and homiletic) for both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Rite. One or two posts are marked as pending and I hope to have these done by Wednesday night. Other resources may be added and these will be marked “update.” I hope to have a resource post for the first Sunday of Advent up before the end of this week.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25
SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING

READINGS AND OFFICE:

  • Mass Readings in the NJB TranslationUsed in most English speaking countries. Scroll down. I’ve seen conflicting reports concerning whether or not it is the JB, or the NJB that is currently used in most English speaking nations. If anyone knows of a Bishop’s Conference site that has a set up similar to the US Bishop’s site linked above (but using the JB or NJB), please let me know.
  • Anglican Use Daily Office. ”Briefly, it is a provision for an “Anglican style” liturgy similar to the Book of Common Prayer as an ecclesiastically approved variant on the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.” More info.

GENERAL RESOURCES: sites that usually deal with the readings as a whole. Commentaries on the individual readings further below.

  • Word Sunday. The readings in both and literal translation, notes on the text, podcast, children’s reading.
  • SacerdosGives the theme of the readings, the doctrinal message, and pastoral application.
  • Lector Notes. Brief historical and theological background on the readings. Can be printed out, copied, and used as bulletin insert.
  • Scripture Speaks. I’ve linked to the archive. This Sunday’s post not yet available.
  • The Bible Workshop. Links to several relevant articles, contains a reading guide to the gospel text, a comparison of the readings, suggestions for a lesson (i.e., homily).
  • The Wednesday WordIt’s about the Sunday readings, but the document is posted on Wednesday, hence the name. Designed for prayer and reflection, the pdf document ends with Father Dom Henry Wansbrough’s reflections on the first and second readings. Fr. Wansbrough is General Editor of the New Jerusalem Bible and contributed commentaries on Matt, Mark, and the Pastorals in A New Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture.

COMMENTARIES ON THE FIRST READING: Daniel 7:13-14.

COMMENTARIES ON THE RESPONSORIAL: Psalm 93.

  • Pending: St Augustine’s Notes on Today’s Responsorial (Ps 93).

COMMENTARIES ON THE SECOND READING: Revelation 1:5-8.

  • Pending (maybe): My Notes on Today’s 2nd Reading (Rev 1:5-8).

COMMENTARIES ON THE GOSPEL: John 18:33b-37.

PODCASTS:

  • Podcast on Revelation 1:1-8. By Dr. Peter Williamson, co-editor of the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture, a new commentary series. All his podcasts on Revelation can be found here (scroll down).

EXTRAORDINARY FORM
Dominica XXIV et ultima Post Pentecosten V. Novembris ~ II. classis

MISSAL AND BREVIARY:

COMMENTARIES ON THE LESSON: Col 1:9-14.

COMMENTARIES ON THE GOSPEL: Matt 24:15-35.

HOMILIES AND HOMILY NOTES:

  • Processions. A Liturgical Sketch based upon the Gospel.
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2 Responses to “Sunday, November 25 2012~Resources for Sunday Mass (Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms)”

  1. Dim Bulb said

    children’s resources: https://sites.google.com/site/catholicresourcepages/

  2. Dim Bulb said

    http://faith.thatresourcesite.com/modules/PDdownloads/viewcat.php?cid=5

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