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Catholic Missal of the day: Monday, February 26 2024

Monday of the Second week of Lent

Book of Daniel


"Lord, great and awesome God, you who keep your merciful covenant toward those who love you and observe your commandments!
We have sinned, been wicked and done evil; we have rebelled and departed from your commandments and your laws.
We have not obeyed your servants the prophets, who spoke in your name to our kings, our princes, our fathers, and all the people of the land.
Justice, O Lord, is on your side; we are shamefaced even to this day: the men of Judah, the residents of Jerusalem, and all Israel, near and far, in all the countries to which you have scattered them because of their treachery toward you.
O LORD, we are shamefaced, like our kings, our princes, and our fathers, for having sinned against you.
But yours, O Lord, our God, are compassion and forgiveness! Yet we rebelled against you
and paid no heed to your command, O LORD, our God, to live by the law you gave us through your servants the prophets.



Remember not against us the iniquities of the past;
May your compassion quickly come to us,
For we are brought very low.
Help us, O God our savior,
because of the glory of your name;
deliver us and pardon our sins
for your name's sake.
Let the prisoners' sighing come before you;
with your great power free those doomed to death.
Then we, your people and the sheep of your pasture,
will give thanks to you forever;
through all generations we will declare your praise.

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Luke


Jesus said to his disciples: "Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful.
Stop judging and you will not be judged. Stop condemning and you will not be condemned. Forgive and you will be forgiven.
Give and gifts will be given to you; a good measure, packed together, shaken down, and overflowing, will be poured into your lap. For the measure with which you measure will in return be measured out to you."

St. Porphyry(Bishop (+ 420))

ST PORPHYRY Bishop (+ 420) Porphyry was a wealthy citizen of Thessalonica. He pursued a religious vocation at the age of 25 and trained in one of the Sceté desert's religious houses. After five years, he went to Palestine, where he lived in solitude for another five years. Ill-health from austerities made Porphyry transfer to Jerusalem. In spite of his condition, he visited the Holy Places every day: thinking, says his biographer, so little of his sickness that he seemed to be afflicted in another body and not his own. Around this time, God inspired Porphyry to sell all that he had and give to the poor. In reward for his sacrifice and total abandonment to the will of God, Porphyry was restored to perfect health by a miracle. In 393, Porphyry was ordained and entrusted with caring for the relics of the True Cross. Three years later, he was consecrated bishop of Gaza. Paganism was still prevalent, so he ministered to those practicing superstition and demonic rituals. His labors, and the miracles that attended them, effected the conversion of many. An imperial edict to level the pagan temples, obtained through the influence of St. John Chrysostom, helped replace pagan rites and sacrifices with mercy and adoption as sons and daughters of God. When Bp. Porphyry visited Gaza, he found the most resplendent temple dedicated to the chief spirit. When the edict went forth to undo all traces of pagan sacrifice, Bp. Porphyry built a church upon the site and paved its way with marbles from the temple.

St. Alexander of Alexandria()


Category: Mass by Year / Catholic Missal 2024 / Catholic Missal of february 2024

Published: 2024-02-29T22:07:02Z | Modified: 2024-02-29T22:07:02Z