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Catholic Missal of the day: Saturday, June 4 2022

Saturday of the Seventh week of Easter

Acts of the Apostles


When he entered Rome, Paul was allowed to live by himself, with the soldier who was guarding him.
Three days later he called together the leaders of the Jews. When they had gathered he said to them, "My brothers, although I had done nothing against our people or our ancestral customs, I was handed over to the Romans as a prisoner from Jerusalem.
After trying my case the Romans wanted to release me, because they found nothing against me deserving the death penalty.
But when the Jews objected, I was obliged to appeal to Caesar, even though I had no accusation to make against my own nation.
This is the reason, then, I have requested to see you and to speak with you, for it is on account of the hope of Israel that I wear these chains."
He remained for two full years in his lodgings. He received all who came to him,
and with complete assurance and without hindrance he proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ.



The LORD is in his holy temple;
the LORD's throne is in heaven.
His eyes behold,
his searching glance is on mankind.
The LORD searches the just and the wicked;
the lover of violence he hates.
For the LORD is just, he loves just deeds;
the upright shall see his face.

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint John


Peter turned and saw the disciple following whom Jesus loved, the one who had also reclined upon his chest during the supper and had said, "Master, who is the one who will betray you?"
When Peter saw him, he said to Jesus, "Lord, what about him?"
Jesus said to him, "What if I want him to remain until I come? What concern is it of yours? You follow me."
So the word spread among the brothers that that disciple would not die. But Jesus had not told him that he would not die, just "What if I want him to remain until I come? (What concern is it of yours?)"
It is this disciple who testifies to these things and has written them, and we know that his testimony is true.
There are also many other things that Jesus did, but if these were to be described individually, I do not think the whole world would contain the books that would be written.

St. Francis Caracciolo(Co-Founder (1563-1608))

ST. FRANCIS CARACCIOLOPriest and co-founder of the Congregation of the Minor Clerics Regular(1563-1608) St. Francis Caracciolo was born in the kingdom of Naples to a princely family. Preferring to recite the Rosary instead of amusing himself, a young Francis regularly visited the Eucharist and distributed his food among the poor. A sign of deep humility is when Francis contracted leprosy, but was miraculously cured. Fully restored, he left home to study for the priesthood at Naples, where he spent his leisure hours visiting prisoners and adoring the Eucharist in unfrequented churches. Ordained at twenty-five, God showed Fr. Francis his vocation: to found an order of clerics regular. The Order's rule was that one priest fasted on bread and water, another took the discipline, a third wore a hair-shirt, and all three took turns in perpetual Adoration. To add to their usual vows, they also added the refusal of official dignities. On foot and without money, Fr. Francis undertook many journeys through Italy and Spain to establish his Order, subsisting on the crusts given him in charity. Being elected general, he redoubled his austerities and devoted seven hours daily to meditation on the Passion, besides praying for most of the night before the Eucharist, the Treasure of the Church. Fr. Francis was commonly called the Preacher of Divine Love, but it was before the Blessed Sacrament that his ardent devotion was clearly perceptible. In the presence of his divine Lord, Francis' face emitted rays of light. According to his custom, Fr. Francis would lay prostrate before the tabernacle, repeating, "Zeal for your house has consumed me." At age forty-four, Fr. Francis passed away from fever on the eve of Corpus Christi in 1608, saying, "Let us go, let us go to heaven!" When his body was opened after death, his heart was found as it were burnt up, and these words imprinted around it: "Zelus domus Tuæ comedit me" - "The zeal of Thy house hath eaten me up."

St. Clotilda(Queen (476-545))

SAINT CLOTILDA Queen (476-545) St. Clotilda was the daughter of Chilperic, a younger brother of Gondebald, the tyrannical King of Burgundy. Gondebald put Chilperic and his wife, and his other brothers, except one to death in order to usurp their dominions. Clotilda was brought up in her uncle's court and providentially instructed in the Catholic faith. She was educated in the midst of Arians. Clotilda's wit, beauty, meekness, modesty and piety made her the adoration of all the neighboring kingdoms, and Clovis I, surnamed the Great, the victorious king of the Franks, demanded and obtained her in marriage. She honored her royal husband, studied to sweeten his warlike temper by Christian meekness, conformed herself to his humor in things that were indifferent, and, the better to gain his affections, made those things the subject of her discourse and praises in which she knew him to take the greatest delight. When she saw herself mistress of his heart, she did not defer the great work of endeavoring to win him to God, but the fear of giving offence to his people made him delay his conversion. His miraculous victory over the Alemanni and his entire conversion in 496 were at length the fruit of our Saint's prayers. Clotilda, having gained to God this great monarch, never ceased to excite him to glorious actions for the divine honor. Among other religious foundations, he built in Paris at her request, about the year 511, the great church of Sts. Peter and Paul, now called St. Genevieve's. This great prince died on November 27, 511 at the age of forty-five, having reigned thirty years. His eldest son, Theodoric, reigned at Rheims over the eastern parts of France, Clodomir reigned at Orleans, Childebert at Paris, and Clotaire I at Soissons. This division produced wars and mutual jealousies, till in 560 the whole monarchy was reunited under Clotaire, the youngest of these brothers. The dissension in her family contributed more perfectly to wean Clotilda's heart from the world. She spent the remaining part of her life in exercises of prayer, almsdeeds, watching, fasting and penance, seeming totally to forget that she had been queen or that her sons sat on the throne. Eternity filled her heart and employed all her thoughts. Clotilda foretold her death thirty days before it happened. On the thirtieth day of her illness, she received the sacraments, made a public confession of her faith, and departed to the Lord on June 4, 545.

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

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