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Lectio Divina Year C 2016

Liturgical Year C - Meditating on the Gospel of Luke

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Liturgical Year C

The liturgical year begins with First Sunday of Advent, which starts four Sundays before Christmas (December 25). In this Liturgical year which begins on the 29th of November , 2015, Circle C, the Church meditates on the Gospel of Luke  and uses it for most of Sunday readings  (St. Matthew for Circle A and St. Mark for Circle B).

Lectio Divina November 2016

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Pope's Prayer Intentions for November

Universal: Countries Receiving Refugees - That the countries which take in a great number of displaced persons and refugees may find support for their efforts which show solidarity. 

Evangelization: Collaboration of Priests and Laity - That within parishes, priests and lay people may collaborate in service to the community without giving in to the temptation of discouragement.

Lectio Divina October 2016

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Pope's prayer intentions for October 2016

Universal: Journalists - That journalists, in carrying out their work, may always be motivated by respect for truth and a strong sense of ethics.

Evangelization: World Mission Day - That World Mission Day may renew within all Christian communities the joy of the Gospel and the responsibility to announce it.

Lectio Divina October - Octubre - Ottobre 2016

Lectio Divina September 2016

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Universal: Centrality of the Human Person
That each may contribute to the common good and to the building of a society that places the human person at the center.

Evangelization: Mission to Evangelize
That by participating in the Sacraments and meditating on Scripture, Christians may become more aware of their mission to evangelize.

Lectio Divina September - septiembre - settembre 2016

Lectio Divina August 2016

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Universal: Sports - That sports may be an opportunity for friendly encounters between peoples and may contribute to peace in the world.

Evangelization: Living the Gospel - That Christians may live the Gospel, giving witness to faith, honesty, and love of neighbor.

Lectio Divina August - Agosto - Agosto 2016

Lectio Divina July 2016

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Universal: Indigenous Peoples - That indigenous peoples, whose identity and very existence are threatened, will be shown due respect.

EvangelizationLatin America and the Caribbean - That the Church in Latin America and the Caribbean, by means of her mission to the continent, may announce the Gospel with renewed vigor and enthusiasm.

Lectio Divina June 2016

Human Solidarity

The Pope's Prayer for June 2016

Universal: Human Solidarity - That the aged, marginalized, and those who have no one may find–even within the huge cities of the world–opportunities for encounter and solidarity.

EvangelizationSeminarians and Novices - That seminarians and men and women entering religious life may have mentors who live the joy of the Gospel and prepare them wisely for their mission.

Lectio Divina April 2016

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The Pope`s Prayer Intentions for April 2016

UniversalSmall Farmers - That small farmers may receive a just reward for their precious labor.

EvangelizationAfrican Christians - That Christians in Africa may give witness to love and faith in Jesus Christ amid political-religious conflicts.

Lectio Divina March 2016

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Pope's Intentions

Universal: Families in Difficulty - That families in need may receive the necessary support and that children may grow up in healthy and peaceful environments.

EvangelizationPersecuted Christians - That those Christians who, on account of their faith, are discriminated against or are being persecuted, may remain strong and faithful to the Gospel, thanks to the incessant prayer of the Church.

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Lectio Divina January 2016

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Pope's Prayer Intentions for January 2016

Universal:  Interreligious Dialogue - That sincere dialogue among men and women of different faiths may produce the fruits of peace and justice.

EvangelizationChristian Unity- That by means of dialogue and fraternal charity and with the grace of the Holy Spirit, Christians may overcome divisions.

Lectio Divina Jannuary, Ereno Gennaio 2016

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As Carmelites We live our life of allegiance to Jesus Christ and to serve Him faithfully with a pure heart and a clear conscience through a commitment to seek the face of the living God (the contemplative dimension of life), through prayer, through fraternity, and through service (diakonia). These three fundamental elements of the charism are not distinct and unrelated values, but closely interwoven.

 



by Dr. Radut