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03/12/2020

LETTURA DEL GIORNO

Dal libro del profeta Isaìa
Is 26,1-6
Dal Vangelo secondo Matteo
Mt 7,21.24-27

EVANGELIO

El que hace la voluntad del Padre entrará en el reino de los cielos.
Lectura del santo Evangelio según san Mateo 7, 21. 24-27

En aquel tiempo, dijo Jesús a sus discípulos:

«No todo el que me dice “Señor, Señor” entrará en el reino de los cielos, sino el que hace la voluntad de mi Padre que está en los cielos.

El que escucha estas palabras mías y las pone en práctica se parece a aquel hombre prudente que edificó su casa sobre roca. Cayó la lluvia, se desbordaron los ríos, soplaron los vientos y descargaron contra la casa; pero no se hundió, porque estaba cimentada sobre roca.

El que escucha estas palabras mías y no las pone en práctica se parece a aquel hombre necio que edificó su casa sobre arena. Cayó la lluvia, se desbordaron los ríos, soplaron los vientos y rompieron contra la casa, y se derrumbó. Y su ruina fue grande».

Palabra del Señor

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PAROLE DU JOUR

Date03/12/2020

LECTURE DU JOUR

Lecture du livre du prophète Isaïe
(Is 26, 1-6)

En ce jour-là, ce cantique sera chanté
dans le pays de Juda :
Nous avons une ville forte !
Le Seigneur a mis pour sauvegarde
muraille et avant-mur.
Ouvrez les portes !
Elle entrera, la nation juste,
qui se garde fidèle.
Immuable en ton dessein, tu préserves la paix,
la paix de qui s’appuie sur toi.
Prenez appui sur le Seigneur, à jamais,
sur lui, le Seigneur, le Roc éternel.
Il a rabaissé ceux qui siégeaient dans les hauteurs,
il a humilié la cité inaccessible,
l’a humiliée jusqu’à terre,
et lui a fait mordre la poussière.
Elle sera foulée aux pieds,
sous le pied des pauvres,
les pas des faibles.

ÉVANGILE DU JOUR

Évangile de Jésus Christ selon saint Matthieu
(Mt 7, 21.24-27)

En ce temps-là,
Jésus disait à ses disciples :
« Ce n’est pas en me disant : “Seigneur, Seigneur !”
qu’on entrera dans le royaume des Cieux,
mais c’est en faisant la volonté de mon Père qui est aux cieux.
Ainsi, celui qui entend les paroles que je dis là
et les met en pratique
est comparable à un homme prévoyant
qui a construit sa maison sur le roc.
La pluie est tombée, les torrents ont dévalé,
les vents ont soufflé et se sont abattus sur cette maison ;
la maison ne s’est pas écroulée,
car elle était fondée sur le roc.
Et celui qui entend de moi ces paroles
sans les mettre en pratique
est comparable à un homme insensé
qui a construit sa maison sur le sable.
La pluie est tombée, les torrents ont dévalé,
les vents ont soufflé, ils sont venus battre cette maison ;
la maison s’est écroulée,
et son écroulement a été complet. »

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PAROLE DU JOUR

Date – 03/12/2020

LECTURE DU JOUR

Lecture du livre du prophète Isaïe
(Is 26, 1-6)

En ce jour-là, ce cantique sera chanté
dans le pays de Juda :
Nous avons une ville forte !
Le Seigneur a mis pour sauvegarde
muraille et avant-mur.
Ouvrez les portes !
Elle entrera, la nation juste,
qui se garde fidèle.
Immuable en ton dessein, tu préserves la paix,
la paix de qui s’appuie sur toi.
Prenez appui sur le Seigneur, à jamais,
sur lui, le Seigneur, le Roc éternel.
Il a rabaissé ceux qui siégeaient dans les hauteurs,
il a humilié la cité inaccessible,
l’a humiliée jusqu’à terre,
et lui a fait mordre la poussière.
Elle sera foulée aux pieds,
sous le pied des pauvres,
les pas des faibles.

ÉVANGILE DU JOUR

Évangile de Jésus Christ selon saint Matthieu
(Mt 7, 21.24-27)

En ce temps-là,
Jésus disait à ses disciples :
« Ce n’est pas en me disant : “Seigneur, Seigneur !”
qu’on entrera dans le royaume des Cieux,
mais c’est en faisant la volonté de mon Père qui est aux cieux.
Ainsi, celui qui entend les paroles que je dis là
et les met en pratique
est comparable à un homme prévoyant
qui a construit sa maison sur le roc.
La pluie est tombée, les torrents ont dévalé,
les vents ont soufflé et se sont abattus sur cette maison ;
la maison ne s’est pas écroulée,
car elle était fondée sur le roc.
Et celui qui entend de moi ces paroles
sans les mettre en pratique
est comparable à un homme insensé
qui a construit sa maison sur le sable.
La pluie est tombée, les torrents ont dévalé,
les vents ont soufflé, ils sont venus battre cette maison ;
la maison s’est écroulée,
et son écroulement a été complet. »

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PALAVRA DO DIA

Data – 03/12/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Leitura do Livro do Profeta Isaías. (Is 26,1-6)

Naquele dia, cantarão este canto em Judá: “Uma cidade fortificada é a nossa segurança; o Senhor cercou-a de muros e antemuro. Abri as suas portas, para que entre um povo justo, cumpridor da palavra, firme em seu propósito; e tu lhe conservarás a paz, porque confia em ti. Esperai no Senhor por todos os tempos, o Senhor é a rocha eterna. Ele derrubou os que habitam no alto, há de humilhar a cidade orgulhosa, deitando-a por terra, até fazê-la beijar o chão. Hão de pisá-la os pés, os pés dos pobres, as passadas dos humildes”.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Evangelho de Jesus Cristo + segundo Mateus (Mt 7,21.24-27)

Naquele tempo, disse Jesus aos seus discípulos: “Nem todo aquele que me diz: ‘Senhor, Senhor’, entrará no Reino dos Céus, mas o que põe em prática a vontade de meu Pai que está nos céus. Portanto, quem ouve estas minhas palavras e as põe em prática, é como um homem prudente, que construiu sua casa sobre a rocha. Caiu a chuva, vieram as enchentes, os ventos deram contra a casa, mas a casa não caiu, porque estava construída sobre a rocha. Por outro lado, quem ouve estas minhas palavras e não as põe em prática, é como um homem sem juízo, que construiu sua casa sobre a areia. Caiu a chuva, vieram as enchentes, os ventos sopraram e deram contra a casa, e a casa caiu, e sua ruína foi completa!”

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PALAVRA DO DIA

Data – 03/12/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Leitura do Livro do Profeta Isaías. (Is 26,1-6)

Naquele dia, cantarão este canto em Judá: “Uma cidade fortificada é a nossa segurança; o Senhor cercou-a de muros e antemuro. Abri as suas portas, para que entre um povo justo, cumpridor da palavra, firme em seu propósito; e tu lhe conservarás a paz, porque confia em ti. Esperai no Senhor por todos os tempos, o Senhor é a rocha eterna. Ele derrubou os que habitam no alto, há de humilhar a cidade orgulhosa, deitando-a por terra, até fazê-la beijar o chão. Hão de pisá-la os pés, os pés dos pobres, as passadas dos humildes”.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Evangelho de Jesus Cristo + segundo Mateus (Mt 7,21.24-27)

Naquele tempo, disse Jesus aos seus discípulos: “Nem todo aquele que me diz: ‘Senhor, Senhor’, entrará no Reino dos Céus, mas o que põe em prática a vontade de meu Pai que está nos céus. Portanto, quem ouve estas minhas palavras e as põe em prática, é como um homem prudente, que construiu sua casa sobre a rocha. Caiu a chuva, vieram as enchentes, os ventos deram contra a casa, mas a casa não caiu, porque estava construída sobre a rocha. Por outro lado, quem ouve estas minhas palavras e não as põe em prática, é como um homem sem juízo, que construiu sua casa sobre a areia. Caiu a chuva, vieram as enchentes, os ventos sopraram e deram contra a casa, e a casa caiu, e sua ruína foi completa!”

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PAROLA DEL GIORNO

Data03/12/2020

LETTURA DEL GIORNO

Dal libro del profeta Isaìa
Is 26,1-6

In quel giorno si canterà questo canto nella terra di Giuda:

«Abbiamo una città forte;
mura e bastioni egli ha posto a salvezza.
Aprite le porte:
entri una nazione giusta,
che si mantiene fedele.
La sua volontà è salda;
tu le assicurerai la pace,
pace perché in te confida.
Confidate nel Signore sempre,
perché il Signore è una roccia eterna,
perché egli ha abbattuto
coloro che abitavano in alto,
ha rovesciato la città eccelsa,
l’ha rovesciata fino a terra,
l’ha rasa al suolo.
I piedi la calpestano:
sono i piedi degli oppressi,
i passi dei poveri».

VANGELO DEL GIORNO

Dal Vangelo secondo Matteo
Mt 7,21.24-27

In quel tempo, Gesù disse ai suoi discepoli:
«Non chiunque mi dice: “Signore, Signore”, entrerà nel regno dei cieli, ma colui che fa la volontà del Padre mio che è nei cieli.
Perciò chiunque ascolta queste mie parole e le mette in pratica, sarà simile a un uomo saggio, che ha costruito la sua casa sulla roccia. Cadde la pioggia, strariparono i fiumi, soffiarono i venti e si abbatterono su quella casa, ma essa non cadde, perché era fondata sulla roccia.
Chiunque ascolta queste mie parole e non le mette in pratica, sarà simile a un uomo stolto, che ha costruito la sua casa sulla sabbia. Cadde la pioggia, strariparono i fiumi, soffiarono i venti e si abbatterono su quella casa, ed essa cadde e la sua rovina fu grande».

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TAGESLESUNG

Datum – 03/12/2020

TAGESLESUNG

Lesung aus dem Buch Jesaja
Jes 26, 1-6

An jenem Tag singt man in Juda dieses Lied: Wir haben eine befestigte Stadt, zu unserem Schutz baute der Herr Mauern und Wälle.
Öffnet die Tore, damit ein gerechtes Volk durch sie einzieht, ein Volk, das dem Herrn die Treue bewahrt.
Sein Sinn ist fest; du schenkst ihm Ruhe und Frieden; denn es verlässt sich auf dich.
Verlasst euch stets auf den Herrn; denn der Herr ist ein ewiger Fels.
Er hat die Bewohner des hohen Berges hinabgestürzt, die hoch aufragende Stadt; er hat sie zu Boden geworfen, in den Staub hat er sie gestoßen.
Sie wird zermalmt von den Füßen der Armen, unter den Tritten der Schwachen.

EVANGELIUM VOM TAG

Aus dem heiligen Evangelium nach Matthäus
Mt 7, 21.24-27

Nicht jeder, der zu mir sagt: Herr! Herr!, wird in das Himmelreich kommen, sondern nur, wer den Willen meines Vaters im Himmel erfüllt.
Wer diese meine Worte hört und danach handelt, ist wie ein kluger Mann, der sein Haus auf Fels baute.
Als nun ein Wolkenbruch kam und die Wassermassen heranfluteten, als die Stürme tobten und an dem Haus rüttelten, da stürzte es nicht ein; denn es war auf Fels gebaut.
Wer aber meine Worte hört und nicht danach handelt, ist wie ein unvernünftiger Mann, der sein Haus auf Sand baute.
Als nun ein Wolkenbruch kam und die Wassermassen heranfluteten, als die Stürme tobten und an dem Haus rüttelten, da stürzte es ein und wurde völlig zerstört.

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WORD OF THE DAY

READING OF THE DAY

A reading from the Book of Isaiah
IS 26:1-6

On that day they will sing this song in the land of Judah:

“A strong city have we;
he sets up walls and ramparts to protect us.
Open up the gates
to let in a nation that is just,
one that keeps faith.
A nation of firm purpose you keep in peace;
in peace, for its trust in you.

”Trust in the LORD forever!
For the LORD is an eternal Rock.
He humbles those in high places,
and the lofty city he brings down;
He tumbles it to the ground,
levels it with the dust.
It is trampled underfoot by the needy,
by the footsteps of the poor.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Matthew
MT 7:21, 24-27

Jesus said to his disciples:
“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’
will enter the Kingdom of heaven,
but only the one who does the will of my Father in heaven.

“Everyone who listens to these words of mine and acts on them
will be like a wise man who built his house on rock.
The rain fell, the floods came,
and the winds blew and buffeted the house.
But it did not collapse; it had been set solidly on rock.
And everyone who listens to these words of mine
but does not act on them
will be like a fool who built his house on sand.
The rain fell, the floods came,
and the winds blew and buffeted the house.
And it collapsed and was completely ruined.”

SAINT OF THE DAY

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Date 03 December

The Saint of the Day presents a daily calendar of Saints remembered by the Church. The pages feature the stories of the great witnesses of Christian life through the centuries, lighting our way on our journey of faith.

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER, JESUIT, APOSTLE OF THE INDIES, PATRON OF THE MISSIONS

St. Francis Saverio

One change of plans…

Forged in the fire of the Spiritual Exercises given to him by a master and friend, Fr. Francisco de Jasso (1506-1552) – or Francis Xavier, as he would be remembered – was a different man from the young aristocrat who had set off to Paris to study. The son of the king’s privy counselor, born in the castle of Javier (Xavier, in the Basque language), young Francis had had other plans. He had dreamed of worldly success, and looked on his new college roommate, the fellow Basque Iñigo – or Ignatius – López de Loyola with some degree of scorn. When Ignatius spoke to Francis and their third roommate, Peter Faber, about following the Lord, Peter listened, but Francis responded sarcastically, a protective wall around his heart.
Yet something in Ignatius was truer and simpler than that wall of defense. It took time, but the words of the gospel spoken through his roommate penetrated Francis’ heart: “What does it profit a man….?” The defenses crumbled, and the nobleman from a mighty castle was conquered. He became a priest, taking vows with Ignatius, Peter and four others – the nucleus of what would become the Society of Jesus, or the Jesuits. After vows came the Exercises, where he learned to listen to God. His dross purified, he was ready. For what? Anything at all.

…and then another

What came, came almost by chance. The King of Portugal asked for two Jesuits for the Portugese colonies in India, where reports of the colonists’ lives were less than edifying. Ignatius chose Simon Rodriguez and Nicholas Bobadilla, but as their departure drew near, Bobadilla fell ill. Ignatius called Francis: Fr. Bobadilla can’t go, he explained, will you go in his place? “Of course, right away!” Francis replied. He meant that literally. He bid farewell to the friend who had become as a father to him. Pausing for only a day to repair an old pair of pants, he departed.
After a 13-month voyage, Francis landed in Goa in 1542. The nobleman had become a missionary thousands of miles from his brothers. He began ministering to the sick and to uncatechized children. From there he went to India, to pearl fishermen who had been baptized but had never received pastoral care. Soon people from other towns came asking for baptism. In Travancore, he baptized 10,000 people in a month, until his arm went numb and he lost his voice from the amount of instruction he gave.
After providing for the care of these people and for the education of a native clergy, Francis sailed to present-day Indonesia. There he met a Japanese man, Anjiro, who came to him for counsel and accepted baptism. Through this catechumen, Francis discovered a land of “wholly reasonable people” who could be open to the gospel. In 1549, Francis sailed for Japan, where he spent a year studying the difficult language. He never mastered it, yet he planted the seed of a small local church that would take deep root, producing hundreds of martyrs in the coming persecution.
Francis dreamed further. “How can Christianity be true if China had never heard of it?,” the Japanese asked him. He understood where he needed to go. He never arrived, however. In 1552, on Shangchuan Island, off the coast of China, the 46 year-old Francis Xavier fell ill and died

A beloved son and father

Letters between Europe and Asia took a year to arrive, so when Ignatius wrote recalling Fr. Francis to Europe six months later, he did not know that Francis had died. He would hear of his exploits only piecemeal. But he had letters full of the deep communion that bound Francis to his brother Jesuits and to his spiritual father. He had been half a world away, yet they had been one. That unity had been the fire behind the 30,000 baptisms attributed to Francis Xavier, the unending travels and exhausting labor.
“Entirely yours, without my being able to forget you, ever at any time, Ignatius,” Ignatius had signed one of his letters before sending it on a voyage around the world. The missionary, who surely felt his distance from his brothers, confessed to reading these words in tears. “Dear father of my soul … while kneeling on the ground I write this … [I ask] you to commend me earnestly to our Lord in your … prayers, that he may grant me to know his holy will … and grace to fulfill it perfectly.” Francis Xavier remained in that holy will. It made him a beloved son, and a father to tens of thousands.

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