HCWEOM 113-188: Readings

Chapter IV of the HCWEOM conclude the document. Seven Old Testament readings, ten NT passages, eight psalms, five alleluia verses (including John 6:57 in “voice of God”) and eleven Gospel readings are given as possibilities for Communion outside of Mass or Eucharistic worship or processions.

Readings for the Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart are added to these: 7 OT, 8 NT, 6 psalms, 6 alleluia verses (including three “unattributed” quotes from Jesus) and eight gospel selections.

Later, I’ll have a post on the hymns and antiphons for the HCWEOM, and possibly a final one to wrap up the whole rite. We’re pretty much at an end to Eucharistic Worship outside of Mass. Your opportunity to comment in a timely way is passing.

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Todd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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2 Responses to HCWEOM 113-188: Readings

  1. Fenisia GIGLIO says:

    A visiting priest friend from overseas for WYD and participant at family function has left choice of Scriptures to us. Would you kindly suggest readings [to my email asap please] for Baptism of our baby grandson during a Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart – something focusing on God’s love for us and especially people who have become lukewarm or indifferent in the practice of their Faith.
    thanks and “God bless”

  2. Todd says:

    I don’t have a copy of the Lectionary handy, so I’m taking a guess that these Scriptures might be acceptable to your priest, as I’m not sure these are in the votive selections for the Sacred Heart: Jeremiah 31:2b-6, Psalm 103, Ephesians 4:1-6 or 1 John 3:1-2, Matthew 11:28-30 or Luke 11:9-13.

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