Fri 30 April

April 30, 2010

Friday of the 4th week of Eastertide, or Saint Pius V, Pope

First reading

Acts 13:26-33

Paul stood up in the synagogue at Antioch in Pisidia, held up a hand for silence and began to speak:
‘My brothers, sons of Abraham’s race, and all you who fear God, this message of salvation is meant for you. What the people of Jerusalem and their rulers did, though they did not realise it, was in fact to fulfil the prophecies read on every sabbath. Though they found nothing to justify his death, they condemned him and asked Pilate to have him executed. When they had carried out everything that scripture foretells about him they took him down from the tree and buried him in a tomb. But God raised him from the dead, and for many days he appeared to those who had accompanied him from Galilee to Jerusalem: and it is these same companions of his who are now his witnesses before our people.
‘We have come here to tell you the Good News. It was to our ancestors that God made the promise but it is to us, their children, that he has fulfilled it, by raising Jesus from the dead. As scripture says in the second psalm: You are my son: today I have become your father.

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 2:6-11

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Gospel

John 14:1-6

Jesus said to his disciples:
‘Do not let your hearts be troubled.
Trust in God still, and trust in me.
There are many rooms in my Father’s house;
if there were not, I should have told you.
I am going now to prepare a place for you,
and after I have gone and prepared you a place,
I shall return to take you with me;
so that where I am
you may be too.
You know the way to the place where I am going.’

Thomas said, ‘Lord, we do not know where you are going, so how can we know the way?’ Jesus said:
‘I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.
No one can come to the Father except through me.’


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Thu 29 April

April 29, 2010

Saint Catherine of Siena, Virgin, Doctor

First reading

Acts 13:13-25

Paul and his friends went by sea from Paphos to Perga in Pamphylia where John left them to go back to Jerusalem. The others carried on from Perga till they reached Antioch in Pisidia. Here they went to synagogue on the sabbath and took their seats. After the lessons from the Law and the Prophets had been read, the presidents of the synagogue sent them a message: ‘Brothers, if you would like to address some words of encouragement to the congregation, please do so.’ Paul stood up, held up a hand for silence and began to speak:
‘Men of Israel, and fearers of God, listen! The God of our nation Israel chose our ancestors, and made our people great when they were living as foreigners in Egypt; then by divine power he led them out, and for about forty years took care of them in the wilderness. When he had destroyed seven nations in Canaan, he put them in possession of their land for about four hundred and fifty years. After this he gave them judges, down to the prophet Samuel. Then they demanded a king, and God gave them Saul son of Kish, a man of the tribe of Benjamin. After forty years, he deposed him and made David their king, of whom he approved in these words, “I have selected David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart, who will carry out my whole purpose.” To keep his promise, God has raised up for Israel one of David’s descendants, Jesus, as Saviour, whose coming was heralded by John when he proclaimed a baptism of repentance for the whole people of Israel. Before John ended his career he said, “I am not the one you imagine me to be; that one is coming after me and I am not fit to undo his sandal.”’

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 88:2-3,21,22,25,27

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Gospel

John 13:16-20

After he had washed the feet of his disciples, Jesus said to them:
‘I tell you most solemnly,
no servant is greater than his master,
no messenger is greater than the man who sent him.

‘Now that you know this, happiness will be yours if you behave accordingly. I am not speaking about all of you: I know the ones I have chosen; but what scripture says must be fulfilled: Someone who shares my table rebels against me.
‘I tell you this now, before it happens,
so that when it does happen
you may believe that I am He.
I tell you most solemnly,
whoever welcomes the one I send welcomes me,
and whoever welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me.’


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Scripture readings taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright © 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton, Longman & Todd, Ltd and Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc, and used by permission of the publishers. For on-line information about other Random House, Inc. books and authors, see the Internet web site at http://www.randomhouse.com.

Radiothon Spring 2010

April 28, 2010

WED. Interview Topic Host
Year of the Priest Jim Corbett, Attorney
9:00 Monsignor Brovey – Prince of Peace, Taylors Columbia, SC
Bishop Guglielmone Installation, Charleston
10:00 Bishop Guglielmone 40 Days for Life Message, Charleston
Fr. Chris Smith – St Francis by the Sea – Hilton Head
11:00 Fr. Chris Smith – The Extraordinary Form of the Mass
Fr. Chris Smith – Parochial Vicar
12:00 Fr. Smolenski, Shrine of Our Lady of South Carolina
Fr. Smolenski, Kingtree, SC. Jim Corbett and Fr. Hayden,
1:00 Fr. Andrew Trapp – St. Michael’s, Garden City, SC Pastor of St Joseph’s in
Fr. Marcin Zahuta – Thomas Moore Center at USC – Columbia Anderson, SC
2:00 Fr. Frank Palmieri -Adorno Fathers, Our Risen Savior -Sptbg
Fr. Cooper – Elizabeth Ann Seton – Mauldin
3:00 Fr. Bart Leon, St. Rafka Maronite Mission – Greer
Fr. Bart Leon, new Maronite Rite Church
4:00 Fr. Falabella – St. Mary Magdalene – Simpsonville
Fr. Edward Fitzgerald – Divine Redeemer – Hanahan
5:00 Fr. Gahan – St. Paul The Apostle – Spartanburg
Fr. Keith Clark w/ Mike Panther – Christian Leadership
Fr. Louis Marie Leonelli – Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
Thurs. Catholic Education
9:00 Fr. Longenecker – Chaplain, St. Joseph’s School in Greenville Fr. Longenecker – Chaplain
Fr. Longenecker – Chaplain, continued
10:00 Patti Lanthier – St Paul the Apostle Catholic School Fr. Winslow of St. John the
Patti Lanthier – St Paul’s School – Spartanburg Baptist Catholic Church in
11:00 David Held – Bishop England Catholic School Tryon, NC
David Held – Bishop England – Charleston, SC
12:00 Charlie Bathon – St. Joseph’s School – Greenville Jim Carino, North American
Charlie Bathon – St. Joseph’s School – Greenville Rescue, and Kathy Kerfoot,
1:00 Jacqualine Kasprowski – Cardinal Newman Catholic School co-host of “Pathways to
Jacqualine Kasprowski – Cardinal Newman – Columbia, SC Rome”
2:00 Lynn Connelly – Upstate Catholic Homeschoolers
Lynn Connelly – Upstate Catholic Homeschoolers
3:00 Sr. Mary John – St.Mary’s School – Greenville Tommy Donovan, RIC Home
Sr. Mary John – St.Mary’s School – Greenville Inspections
4:00 Dr. Michael Pennell – Prince of Peace Catholic School
Dr. Michael Pennell – Prince of Peace – Taylors, SC
5:00 Dr. Michael Rocker – St. Francis School, Hilton Head Isle
Dr. Michael Rocker – St. Francis School, Hilton Head Isle
Fri. Catholic Apostolates
9:00 NaPro Technology /Fertility Care Meeting, Greenville, SC Brenda Cerkez – Executive
Birth Right Director, Sheree Lynch Director of Family Honor
10:00 Piedmont Deanery Respect Life Coordinator, Valerie Baronkin
Piedmont Deanery Respect Life Coordinator, Valerie Baronkin
11:00 SC Citizens for Life – Exec. Director, Holly Gatlin
SC Citizens for Life – Exec. Director, Holly Gatlin
12:00 Family Honor Executive Director, Brenda Cerkez
Family Honor Executive Director, Brenda Cerkez
1:00 Papal Foundation – V.P. James Coffey Michael Kirk, Staff Catechist
Papal Foundation – V.P. James Coffey
2:00 Fr. Longenecker – Chaplain, Author, frequent EWTN guest Fr. Longenecker – Chaplain
Fr. Longenecker – Chaplain, Author, frequent EWTN guest
3:00 GSP Catholic Singles – Joe Kirsimagi Michael Kirk, Staff Catechist
GSP Catholic Singles – Joe Kirsimagi St. Joseph’s Church and
4:00 Sons of Italy Enrico Fermi Lodge School in Anderson, SC
KofC Women’s Auxilliary, Jesus Our Risen Savior – Sptbg.
5:00 Ancient Order of Hibernians – Harp & Shamrock Div.
Legion of Mary – Ivy Monahon

BSA 2010 Catholic Jamboree

April 28, 2010

The Catholic Committee on Scouting held a Jamboree for the Province of Atlanta which includes the dioceses of Charleston, Charlotte, Savannah, Atlanta, and Raleigh. Approximately 800 scouts attended the Camp Barstow event. Catholic Radio in South Carolina recorded interviews during this weekend and will broadcast an hour-long special presentation on Friday, May 14 at 3 pm, Saturday, May 15 at noon, and Monday, May 17 at 5 pm. The show will also be available as a podcast on Itunes and as a free download on our website www.catholicradioinsc.com after the first public airing in the local programs section. Listeners will learn more about scouting as a youth ministry as well as the uniquely Catholic nature of the recent Jamboree. For more information on Catholic scouting, the committee’s web site is www.nccs-bsa.org/.

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Wed 28 April

April 28, 2010

Wednesday of the 4th week of Eastertide, or Saint Peter Chanel, Priest, Martyr
, or Saint Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort, Priest

First reading

Acts 12:24-13:5

The word of God continued to spread and to gain followers. Barnabas and Saul completed their task and came back from Jerusalem, bringing John Mark with them.
In the church at Antioch the following were prophets and teachers: Barnabas, Simeon called Niger, and Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen, who had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch, and Saul. One day while they were offering worship to the Lord and keeping a fast, the Holy Spirit said, ‘I want Barnabas and Saul set apart for the work to which I have called them.’ So it was that after fasting and prayer they laid their hands on them and sent them off.
So these two, sent on their mission by the Holy Spirit, went down to Seleucia and from there sailed to Cyprus. They landed at Salamis and proclaimed the word of God in the synagogues of the Jews; John acted as their assistant.

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 66:2-3,5-6,8

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Gospel

John 12:44-50

Jesus declared publicly:
‘Whoever believes in me
believes not in me
but in the one who sent me,
and whoever sees me,
sees the one who sent me.
I, the light, have come into the world,
so that whoever believes in me
need not stay in the dark any more.
If anyone hears my words and does not keep them faithfully,
it is not I who shall condemn him,
since I have come not to condemn the world,
but to save the world.
He who rejects me and refuses my words has his judge already:
the word itself that I have spoken will be his judge on the last day.
For what I have spoken does not come from myself;
no, what I was to say,
what I had to speak,
was commanded by the Father who sent me,
and I know that his commands mean eternal life.
And therefore what the Father has told me
is what I speak.’


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Tue 27 April

April 27, 2010

Tuesday of the 4th week of Eastertide

First reading

Acts 11:19-26

Those who had escaped during the persecution that happened because of Stephen travelled as far as Phoenicia and Cyprus and Antioch, but they usually proclaimed the message only to Jews. Some of them, however, who came from Cyprus and Cyrene, went to Antioch where they started preaching to the Greeks, proclaiming the Good News of the Lord Jesus to them as well. The Lord helped them, and a great number believed and were converted to the Lord.
The church in Jerusalem heard about this and they sent Barnabas to Antioch. There he could see for himself that God had given grace, and this pleased him, and he urged them all to remain faithful to the Lord with heartfelt devotion; for he was a good man, filled with the Holy Spirit and with faith. And a large number of people were won over to the Lord.
Barnabas then left for Tarsus to look for Saul, and when he found him he brought him to Antioch. As things turned out they were to live together in that church a whole year, instructing a large number of people. It was at Antioch that the disciples were first called ‘Christians.’

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 86:1-7

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Gospel

John 10:22-30

It was the time when the feast of Dedication was being celebrated in Jerusalem. It was winter, and Jesus was in the Temple walking up and down in the Portico of Solomon. The Jews gathered round him and said, ‘How much longer are you going to keep us in suspense? If you are the Christ, tell us plainly.’ Jesus replied:
‘I have told you, but you do not believe.
The works I do in my Father’s name are my witness;
but you do not believe,
because you are no sheep of mine.
The sheep that belong to me listen to my voice;
I know them and they follow me.
I give them eternal life;
they will never be lost
and no one will ever steal them from me.
The Father who gave them to me is greater than anyone,
and no one can steal from the Father.
The Father and I are one.’


This site copyright © 1996-2008 Universalis Publishing Ltd.

Scripture readings taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright © 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton, Longman & Todd, Ltd and Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc, and used by permission of the publishers. For on-line information about other Random House, Inc. books and authors, see the Internet web site at http://www.randomhouse.com.

Mon 26 April

April 26, 2010

Monday of the 4th week of Eastertide

First reading

Acts 11:1-18

The apostles and the brothers in Judaea heard that the pagans too had accepted the word of God, and when Peter came up to Jerusalem the Jews criticised him and said, ‘So you have been visiting the uncircumcised and eating with them, have you?’ Peter in reply gave them the details point by point: ‘One day, when I was in the town of Jaffa,’ he began ‘I fell into a trance as I was praying and had a vision of something like a big sheet being let down from heaven by its four corners. This sheet reached the ground quite close to me. I watched it intently and saw all sorts of animals and wild beasts – everything possible that could walk, crawl or fly. Then I heard a voice that said to me, “Now, Peter; kill and eat!” But I answered: Certainly not, Lord; nothing profane or unclean has ever crossed my lips. And a second time the voice spoke from heaven, “What God has made clean, you have no right to call profane.” This was repeated three times, before the whole of it was drawn up to heaven again.
Just at that moment, three men stopped outside the house where we were staying; they had been sent from Caesarea to fetch me, and the Spirit told me to have no hesitation about going back with them. The six brothers here came with me as well, and we entered the man’s house. He told us he had seen an angel standing in his house who said, “Send to Jaffa and fetch Simon known as Peter; he has a message for you that will save you and your entire household.”
I had scarcely begun to speak when the Holy Spirit came down on them in the same way as it came on us at the beginning, and I remembered that the Lord had said, “John baptised with water, but you will be baptised with the Holy Spirit.” I realised then that God was giving them the identical thing he gave to us when we believed in the Lord Jesus Christ; and who was I to stand in God’s way?’
This account satisfied them, and they gave glory to God. ‘God’ they said ‘can evidently grant even the pagans the repentance that leads to life.’

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 41:2-3,42:3-4

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Gospel

John 10:1-10

Jesus said: ‘I tell you most solemnly, anyone who does not enter the sheepfold through the gate, but gets in some other way is a thief and a brigand. The one who enters through the gate is the shepherd of the flock; the gatekeeper lets him in, the sheep hear his voice, one by one he calls his own sheep and leads them out. When he has brought out his flock, he goes ahead of them, and the sheep follow because they know his voice. They never follow a stranger but run away from him: they do not recognise the voice of strangers.’
Jesus told them this parable but they failed to understand what he meant by telling it to them.
So Jesus spoke to them again:
‘I tell you most solemnly,
I am the gate of the sheepfold.
All others who have come
are thieves and brigands;
but the sheep took no notice of them.
I am the gate.
Anyone who enters through me will be safe:
he will go freely in and out
and be sure of finding pasture.
The thief comes
only to steal and kill and destroy.
I have come
so that they may have life and have it to the full.’


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Scripture readings taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright © 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton, Longman & Todd, Ltd and Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc, and used by permission of the publishers. For on-line information about other Random House, Inc. books and authors, see the Internet web site at http://www.randomhouse.com.

Sun 25 April

April 25, 2010

4th Sunday of Easter

First reading

Acts 13:14,43-52

Paul and Barnabas carried on from Perga till they reached Antioch in Pisidia. Here they went to synagogue on the sabbath and took their seats. When the meeting broke up many Jews and devout converts joined Paul and Barnabas and in their talks with them Paul and Barnabas urged them to remain faithful to the grace God had given them.
The next sabbath almost the whole town assembled to hear the word of God. When they saw the crowds, the Jews, prompted by jealousy, used blasphemies and contradicted everything Paul said. Then Paul and Barnabas spoke out boldly. ‘We had to proclaim the word of God to you first, but since you have rejected it, since you do not think yourselves worthy of eternal life, we must turn to the pagans. For this is what the Lord commanded us to do when he said:
I have made you a light for the nations,
so that my salvation may reach the ends of the earth.’

It made the pagans very happy to hear this and they thanked the Lord for his message; all who were destined for eternal life became believers. Thus the word of the Lord spread through the whole countryside.
But the Jews worked upon some of the devout women of the upper classes and the leading men of the city and persuaded them to turn against Paul and Barnabas and expel them from their territory. So they shook the dust from their feet in defiance and went off to Iconium; but the disciples were filled with joy and the Holy Spirit.

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 99:1-3,5

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Second reading

Apocalypse 7:9,14-17

I, John, saw a huge number, impossible to count, of people from every nation, race, tribe and language; they were standing in front of the throne and in front of the Lamb, dressed in white robes and holding palms in their hands. One of the elders said, ‘These are the people who have been through the great persecution, and because they have washed their robes white again in the blood of the Lamb, they now stand in front of God’s throne and serve him day and night in his sanctuary; and the One who sits on the throne will spread his tent over them. They will never hunger or thirst again; neither the sun nor scorching wind will ever plague them, because the Lamb who is at the throne will be their shepherd and will lead them to springs of living water; and God will wipe away all tears from their eyes.’

Gospel

John 10:27-30

Jesus said:
‘The sheep that belong to me listen to my voice;
I know them and they follow me.
I give them eternal life;
they will never be lost
and no one will ever steal them from me.
The Father who gave them to me is greater than anyone,
and no one can steal from the Father.
The Father and I are one.’


This site copyright © 1996-2008 Universalis Publishing Ltd.

Scripture readings taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright © 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton, Longman & Todd, Ltd and Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc, and used by permission of the publishers. For on-line information about other Random House, Inc. books and authors, see the Internet web site at http://www.randomhouse.com.

Sat 24 April

April 24, 2010

Saturday of the 3rd week of Eastertide, or Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen, Priest, Martyr

First reading

Acts 9:31-42

The churches throughout Judaea, Galilee and Samaria were now left in peace, building themselves up, living in the fear of the Lord, and filled with the consolation of the Holy Spirit.
Peter visited one place after another and eventually came to the saints living down in Lydda. There he found a man called Aeneas, a paralytic who had been bedridden for eight years. Peter said to him, ‘Aeneas, Jesus Christ cures you: get up and fold up your sleeping mat.’ Aeneas got up immediately; everybody who lived in Lydda and Sharon saw him, and they were all converted to the Lord.
At Jaffa there was a woman disciple called Tabitha, or Dorcas in Greek, who never tired of doing good or giving in charity. But the time came when she got ill and died, and they washed her and laid her out in a room upstairs. Lydda is not far from Jaffa, so when the disciples heard that Peter was there, they sent two men with an urgent message for him, ‘Come and visit us as soon as possible.’
Peter went back with them straightaway, and on his arrival they took him to the upstairs room, where all the widows stood round him in tears, showing him tunics and other clothes Dorcas had made when she was with them. Peter sent them all out of the room and knelt down and prayed. Then he turned to the dead woman and said, ‘Tabitha, stand up.’ She opened her eyes, looked at Peter and sat up. Peter helped her to her feet, then he called in the saints and widows and showed them she was alive. The whole of Jaffa heard about it and many believed in the Lord.

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 115:12-17

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Gospel

John 6:60-69

After hearing his doctrine many of the followers of Jesus said, ‘This is intolerable language. How could anyone accept it?’ Jesus was aware that his followers were complaining about it and said, ‘Does this upset you? What if you should see the Son of Man ascend to where he was before?
‘It is the spirit that gives life,
the flesh has nothing to offer.
The words I have spoken to you are spirit
and they are life.

‘But there are some of you who do not believe.’ For Jesus knew from the outset those who did not believe, and who it was that would betray him. He went on, ‘This is why I told you that no one could come to me unless the Father allows him.’ After this, many of his disciples left him and stopped going with him.
Then Jesus said to the Twelve, ‘What about you, do you want to go away too?’ Simon Peter answered, ‘Lord, who shall we go to? You have the message of eternal life, and we believe; we know that you are the Holy One of God.’


This site copyright © 1996-2008 Universalis Publishing Ltd.

Scripture readings taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright © 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton, Longman & Todd, Ltd and Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc, and used by permission of the publishers. For on-line information about other Random House, Inc. books and authors, see the Internet web site at http://www.randomhouse.com.

Fri 23 April

April 23, 2010

Friday of the 3rd week of Eastertide, or Saint George, Martyr
, or Saint Adalbert of Prague, Bishop, Martyr

First reading

Acts 9:1-20

Saul was still breathing threats to slaughter the Lord’s disciples. He had gone to the high priest and asked for letters addressed to the synagogues in Damascus, that would authorise him to arrest and take to Jerusalem any followers of the Way, men or women, that he could find.
Suddenly, while he was travelling to Damascus and just before he reached the city, there came a light from heaven all round him. He fell to the ground, and then he heard a voice saying, ‘Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me?’ ‘Who are you, Lord?’ he asked, and the voice answered, ‘I am Jesus, and you are persecuting me. Get up now and go into the city, and you will be told what you have to do.’ The men travelling with Saul stood there speechless, for though they heard the voice they could see no one. Saul got up from the ground, but even with his eyes wide open he could see nothing at all, and they had to lead him into Damascus by the hand. For three days he was without his sight, and took neither food nor drink.
A disciple called Ananias who lived in Damascus had a vision in which he heard the Lord say to him, ‘Ananias!’ When he replied, ‘Here I am, Lord’, the Lord said, ‘You must go to Straight Street and ask the house of Judas for someone called Saul, who comes from Tarsus. At this moment he is praying, having had a vision of a man called Ananias coming in and laying hands on him to give him back his sight.’
When he heard that, Ananias said, ‘Lord, several people have told me about this man and all the harm he has been doing to your saints in Jerusalem. He has only come here because he holds a warrant from the chief priests to arrest everybody who invokes your name.’ The Lord replied, ‘You must go all the same, because this man is my chosen instrument to bring my name before pagans and pagan kings and before the people of Israel; I myself will show him how much he himself must suffer for my name.’ Then Ananias went. He entered the house, and at once laid his hands on Saul and said, ‘Brother Saul, I have been sent by the Lord Jesus who appeared to you on your way here so that you may recover your sight and be filled with the Holy Spirit.’ Immediately it was as though scales fell away from Saul’s eyes and he could see again. So he was baptised there and then, and after taking some food he regained his strength.
He began preaching in the synagogues, ‘Jesus is the Son of God.’

Psalm or canticle

Psalm 116:1-2

The Grail translation of the Psalms may not appear on the Web or in RSS feeds. The downloadable versions of Universalis do contain these psalms.

Gospel

John 6:52-59

The Jews started arguing with one another: ‘How can this man give us his flesh to eat?’ they said. Jesus replied:
‘I tell you most solemnly,
if you do not eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood,
you will not have life in you.
Anyone who does eat my flesh and drink my blood
has eternal life,
and I shall raise him up on the last day.
For my flesh is real food
and my blood is real drink.
He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood
lives in me
and I live in him.
As I, who am sent by the living Father,
myself draw life from the Father,
so whoever eats me will draw life from me.
This is the bread come down from heaven;
not like the bread our ancestors ate:
they are dead,
but anyone who eats this bread will live for ever.’

He taught this doctrine at Capernaum, in the synagogue.


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Scripture readings taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright © 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton, Longman & Todd, Ltd and Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc, and used by permission of the publishers. For on-line information about other Random House, Inc. books and authors, see the Internet web site at http://www.randomhouse.com.


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