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Catholic Missal of the day: Sunday, June 19 2022

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ - Solemnity

Book of Genesis


In those days, Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought out bread and wine, and being a priest of God Most High, he blessed Abram with these words:
Blessed be Abram by God Most High, the creator of heaven and earth;
And blessed be God Most High, who delivered your foes into your hand." Then Abram gave him a tenth of everything.



The LORD said to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand
till I make your enemies your footstool.”
The scepter of your power the LORD will stretch forth from Zion:
“Rule in the midst of your enemies.”
“Yours is princely power in the day of your birth, in holy splendor;
before the daystar, like the dew, I have begotten you.”
The LORD has sworn, and he will not repent:
“You are a priest forever, according to the order of Melchizedek.”

First Letter to the Corinthians


Brothers and sisters: I received from the Lord what I also handed on to you, that the Lord Jesus, on the night he was handed over, took bread,
and, after he had given thanks, broke it and said, "This is my body that is for you. Do this in remembrance of me."
In the same way also the cup, after supper, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me."
For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord until he comes.

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Luke


Jesus spoke to the crowds about the kingdom of God, and he healed those who needed to be cured.
As the day was drawing to a close, the Twelve approached him and said, "Dismiss the crowd so that they can go to the surrounding villages and farms and find lodging and provisions; for we are in a deserted place here."
He said to them, "Give them some food yourselves." They replied, "Five loaves and two fish are all we have, unless we ourselves go and buy food for all these people."
Now the men there numbered about five thousand. Then he said to his disciples, "Have them sit down in groups of (about) fifty."
They did so and made them all sit down.
Then taking the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up to heaven, he said the blessing over them, broke them, and gave them to the disciples to set before the crowd.
They all ate and were satisfied. And when the leftover fragments were picked up, they filled twelve wicker baskets.

St. Juliana Falconieri (1270-1340)()

SAINT JULIANA FALCONIERI(1270-1340) St. Juliana Falconieri was born in answer to prayer in 1270. Her father built the splendid church of the Annunziata in Florence, while her uncle, Blessed Alexius, became one of the founders of the Servite Order. Under his care, Juliana grew up, as he said, more like an angel than a human being. Such was her modesty that she never used a mirror or gazed upon a man's face. The mere mention of sin made her shudder, and once hearing a scandal through gossip, she fell into a swoon. Juliana's devotion to the sorrows of Our Lady drew her to the Servants of Mary. At the age of fourteen, she refused an offer of marriage and received the habit from St. Philip Benizi. Her sanctity attracted many novices, for whose direction she was bidden to draw up a rule; and thus became foundress of the "Mantellate." She was with her children as their servant rather than their mistress. Outside her convent, she led a life of apostolic charity: converting sinners, reconciling enemies and healing the sick. Sr. Juliana was sometimes rapt for days in ecstasy; and her prayers saved the Servite Order when it was in danger of being suppressed. She was visited in her last hour by angels in the form of white doves, and Jesus Himself, as a beautiful child, crowned her with a garland of flowers. She passed away from a stomach disease that prevented her from eating. She endured her constant agony through cheerfulness, grieving only for the privation of Holy Communion. When in her seventieth year, near the point of death, she asked to see and adore the Blessed Sacrament. It was brought to her cell and reverently laid on a corporal, which was placed over her heart. At this moment she expired, and the Sacred Host disappeared. After her death the form of the Host was found stamped upon her heart in the exact spot over which the Blessed Sacrament had been placed.

St. Romuald(Abbot (c. 952-1027))

SAINT ROMUALD Abbot (c. 952-1027) In his youth, St. Romuald was troubled by temptations of the flesh. To escape them, he had recourse to hunting, and in the woods first conceived his love for solitude. In 976, Sergius, his father, a nobleman of Ravenna, quarrelled with a relative about an estate and slew him in a duel. Romuald, horrified at his father's deed, entered the Benedictine monastery at Classe for a forty days' penance. This penance ended in his own vocation to religion. After three years at Classe, some bad example of his fellow monks induced Romuald to depart and live as a hermit near Venice. There, he was joined by Peter Urseolus, Duke of Venice, who sought redemption after usurping power. Together, they led an austere and penetential life, and were frequently assaulted by fallen angels. St. Romuald founded many monasteries, the chief of which was at Camaldoli, a wild desert place, where he built a church surrounded by separate cells for the solitaries under his rule. His disciples were hence called Camaldolese. He is said to have seen a vision of a mystic ladder and his white-clothed monks ascending by it to heaven. Among his first disciples were Sts. Adalbert and Boniface, apostles of Russia, and Sts. John and Benedict of Poland, martyrs for the faith. He was an intimate friend of the Emperor St. Henry, and was reverenced and consulted by many great men of his time. If there was a saint of the silver lining, it would be St. Romuald. He discovered his vocation after his father's act of revenge and the temptations besetting him. The scandal of some monks at Classe brought him Urseolus, his first disciple, whom he reformed. Finally, the persecutions of others made him settle in Camaldoli and found a new order. Romuald passed away as he had foretold twenty years earlier: alone, in his monastery of Val Castro, on the 19th of June 1027.


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

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