Where Is It Written?

Here’s a good question for you savvy psalm fans out there. Most of us know you can get the weekday and Sunday readings online three or four months at a time, right? Our parish’s bulletin publisher doesn’t provide the psalms in their rundown of the week’s readings. Short of typing the additions into the publisher’s template, anybody know of a location where the psalm is included in the readings of the day in a convenient form all together like this:

Feast of N, 4 February: Ruth 1:16-17, Psalm 103: 11-16, Matthew 5:1-12a

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Todd and his family live in Ames, Iowa. He serves a Catholic parish of both Iowa State students and town residents.
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4 Responses to Where Is It Written?

  1. I use this site all the time. It uses the UK calendar but includes links when there is a specific USA feast.

    http://www.easterbrooks.com/personal/calendar/index.php

  2. Liam says:

    This is an immensely helpful single-stop shopping site for the entire set of lists:

    http://catholic-resources.org/Lectionary/1998USL.htm

  3. Michael says:

    How far ahead do you want to see?

    I usually stay about a month ahead for our parish website, and put it into a database in precisely those formats (for the fields, at least.)

    The final web output includes prefaces like “1st Reading”, etc., and you can see it here:

    http://holyfamilygc.org

    However, I could easily turn on a page (or RSS feed) where you can see everything future in the database in the format you ask for above, with a row per day.

  4. Michael says:

    Liam,

    That’s a fantastic resource. Will make it much easier for me to pull into the database for my parish’s needs as well.

    Thanks!

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