Misal Católico

¡Instala nuestra app para disfrutar de una mejor experiencia en tu dispositivo móvil!

Google Play App Store

Catholic Missal of the day: Wednesday, June 1 2022

Wednesday of the Seventh week of Easter

Acts of the Apostles


At Miletus, Paul spoke to the presbyters of the Church of Ephesus: "Keep watch over yourselves and over the whole flock of which the holy Spirit has appointed you overseers, in which you tend the church of God that he acquired with his own blood.
I know that after my departure savage wolves will come among you, and they will not spare the flock.
And from your own group, men will come forward perverting the truth to draw the disciples away after them.
So be vigilant and remember that for three years, night and day, I unceasingly admonished each of you with tears.
And now I commend you to God and to that gracious word of his that can build you up and give you the inheritance among all who are consecrated.
I have never wanted anyone's silver or gold or clothing.
You know well that these very hands have served my needs and my companions.
In every way I have shown you that by hard work of that sort we must help the weak, and keep in mind the words of the Lord Jesus who himself said, 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.'"
When he had finished speaking he knelt down and prayed with them all.
They were all weeping loudly as they threw their arms around Paul and kissed him,
for they were deeply distressed that he had said that they would never see his face again. Then they escorted him to the ship.



Show forth, O God, your power,
the power, O God, with which you took our part;
For your temple in Jerusalem
let the kings bring you gifts.
You kingdoms of the earth, sing to God,
chant praise to the Lord
who rides on the heights of the ancient heavens.
Behold, his voice resounds, the voice of power:
"Confess the power of God!"
Over Israel is his majesty;
Awesome is God in his holy place, the God of Israel,
who gives power and strength to his people.
Blessed be God!

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint John


Lifting up his eyes to heaven, Jesus prayed, saying: "Holy Father, keep them in your name that you have given me, so that they may be one just as we are.
When I was with them I protected them in your name that you gave me, and I guarded them, and none of them was lost except the son of destruction, in order that the scripture might be fulfilled.
But now I am coming to you. I speak this in the world so that they may share my joy completely.
I gave them your word, and the world hated them, because they do not belong to the world any more than I belong to the world.
I do not ask that you take them out of the world but that you keep them from the evil one.
They do not belong to the world any more than I belong to the world.
Consecrate them in the truth. Your word is truth.
As you sent me into the world, so I sent them into the world.
And I consecrate myself for them, so that they also may be consecrated in truth."

St. Justin(Martyr (+ c. 165) - Memorial)

SAINT JUSTIN Martyr (+ c. 165) St. Justin was born around 103 AD and raised in a pagan family in Neapolis, Samaria. He was well-educated and studied philosophy to learn the knowledge of God. Justin sought divine knowledge amongst contending schools, but always in vain, till at last God appeased his thirst. One day, while Justin was walking by the seashore, meditating on the thought of God, an old man met him and questioned him on the subject of his doubts. After Justin confessed that the philosophers taught nothing certain about God, the old man told him of the writings of the inspired prophets and of Jesus Christ, and bade him seek light and understanding through prayer. Through prayer, reading Holy Scripture and witnessing the constancy of Christian martyrs, Justin was led from the darkness of strict human reason to the light of faith. In his zeal for the faith, he travelled to Greece, Egypt, and Italy, gaining many to Christ. At Rome, Justin sealed his testimony with his blood. "Do you think," the prefect said to Justin, "that by dying you will enter heaven and be rewarded by God?" "I do not think," the Saint answered, "I know."

St. Pamphilus(Priest & Martyr (+ 308))

SAINT PAMPHILUS Priest and Martyr (+ 308) St. Pamphilus was a native of Berytus and from a rich and honorable family. In that city, famous for its schools, he excelled in the sciences, and was afterward honored with employment in the magistracy. After beginning to know Christ, Pamphilus could relish no other study than that of salvation, and set aside his privileges to study Holy Scripture. A magistrate and master of sciences, Pamphilus became the scholar of Pierius, the successor of Origen, in the great catechetical school of Alexandria. Pamphilus made Cæsarea in Palestine his residence. At his private expense, he collected a great library and bestowed it on the church of that city. Pamphilus also established a public school of sacred literature. To his labors, the Church was indebted for a correct edition of the Holy Bible, which he transcribed with infinite care. Nothing was more remarkable than Pamphilus' extraordinary humility. Towards his slaves and domestics, his behavior was of a brother or a tender father. He led an austere life, sequestered from the world and its company, and was indefatigable in labor. Eventually, he disolved his paternal estate and distributed it among the poor. Pamphilus' virtues made him accept martyrdom with humility. In the year 307, Urbanus, the governor of Palestine, arrested Pamphilus and had him tortured. The iron hooks which tore Pamphilus' sides could not shake his faith, which confused the judge. Afterward, Pamphilus remained almost two years in prison. Urbanus was himself beheaded by an order of Emperor Maximinus, and was succeeded by Firmilian. After several massacres of Christians, Firmilian summoned St. Pamphilus and passed a death sentence. Pamphilus' flesh was torn off to the very bones, and his bowels exposed to view; and the torments were continued a long time without intermission, but he never once opened his mouth so much as to groan. Pamphilus finished his martyrdom by a slow fire, and died invoking Jesus, the Son of God.


Category: Mass by Year / Catholic Missal 2022 / Catholic Missal of june 2022

Published: 2022-05-20T17:33:34Z | Modified: 2022-05-20T17:33:34Z