Commentaries, Insights and Tips for Your Upcoming Readings
LectorPrep.org. I never miss this site when preparing for my Sunday and Holy Day readings. It is rich in introductory teachings for the presider to use before the readings, historical insights, theological background and many helpful hints for proclaming more effectively, plus numerous articles and resources beyond what's on this site. St. Louis University Center for Liturgy This site is one of the most enriching ways to enliven and deepen a person's experience of the Sunday Mass. It includes introductory prayers, reflections, commentary, in-depth study and analysis of the readings, discussion questions and much more. St Charles Borromeo Church of Picayune, MS offers insightful Bible studies and commentaries of all the Sunday and holy day readings. Includes a Liturgical Calendar with links pointing to commentaries for any given Sunday. Nicely organized. LectorWorks.org. Another very worthy site with sound reflections on the Sunday and Holy Day readings. Well organized and very handy for quick access to all readings for the three liturgical years. A Preachers' Exchange in both English and Spanish translations from Fr, Jude Siciliano, includes insightful commentary on upcoming Sunday readings, CDs and an array of tools and resources for spiritual growth. Daily Reflections from Creighton University. Personal real life reflections on the daily and Sunday readings by the Jesuit university's faculty, staff and administrators. Helpful in seeing how others relate their day-to-day experiences to the readings. The Catholic Lector. Weekly reflections and commentary on the Sunday readings including questions that offer insights into our roles as proclaimers of God's word. Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary. Originally compiled by Catholic priest and biblical scholar Rev. George Leo Haydock (1774-1849). The transcriber has done his best to present the original text accurately and understandably for today's audience. If you can overlook some of its archaic language, this commentary will be quite useful. Catholic Bible Studies. Links to some of the best known Catholic bible studies for group and individual use, both purchased and free online.
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