14/03/2020 – Sábado de la 2ª semana de Cuaresma. – LECTURAS Y SANTOS DEL DÍA – READING OF THE DAY

PRIMERA LECTURA
Arrojará nuestros pecados a lo hondo del mar.
Lectura de la profecía de Miqueas 7, 14-15.18-20

Pastorea a tu pueblo, Señor, con tu cayado, al rebaño de tu heredad, que anda solo en la espesura, en medio del bosque; que se apaciente como antes en Basán y Galaad.

Como cuando saliste de Egipto les hará ver prodigios.

¿Qué Dios hay como tú, capaz de perdonar el pecado, de pasar por alto la falta del resto de tu heredad?

No conserva para siempre su cólera, pues le gusta la misericordia.

Volverá a compadecerse de nosotros, destrozará nuestras culpas, arrojará nuestros pecados a lo hondo del mar.

Concederás a Jacob tu fidelidad y a Abrahán tu bondad como antaño prometiste a nuestros padres.

Palabra de Dios.

Sal 102, 1-2. 3-4. 9-10. 11-12
R. El Señor es compasivo y misericordioso.

Bendice, alma mía, al Señor,
y todo mi ser a su santo nombre.
Bendice, alma mía, al Señor,
y no olvides sus beneficios. R.

Él perdona todas tus culpas
y cura todas tus enfermedades;
él rescata tu vida de la fosa,
y te colma de gracia y de ternura. R.

No está siempre acusando
ni guarda rencor perpetuo;
no nos trata como merecen nuestros pecados
ni nos paga según nuestras culpas. R.

Como se levanta el cielo sobre la tierra,
se levanta su bondad sobre los que lo temen;
como dista el oriente del ocaso,
así aleja de nosotros nuestros delitos. R.

Versículo Lc 15, 18

Me levantaré, me pondré en camino
adonde está mi padre, y le diré:
Padre, he pecado contra el cielo y contra ti. R.

EVANGELIO
Este hermano tuyo estaba muerto y ha revivido.
Lectura del santo Evangelio según san Lucas 15,1-3.11-32

En aquel tiempo, se acercaron a Jesús todos los publicanos y los pecadores a escucharle. Y los fariseos y los escribas murmuraban diciendo:

«Ese acoge a los pecadores y come con ellos».

Jesús les dijo esta parábola:

«Un hombre tenía dos hijos; el menor de ellos dijo a su padre:

“Padre, dame la parte que me toca de la fortuna”.

El padre les repartió los bienes.

No muchos días después, el hijo menor, juntando todo lo suyo, se marchó a un país lejano, y allí derrochó su fortuna viviendo perdidamente.

Cuando lo había gastado todo, vino por aquella tierra un hambre terrible, y empezó él a pasar necesidad.

Fue entonces y se contrató con uno de los ciudadanos de aquel país que lo mandó a sus campos a apacentar cerdos. Deseaba saciarse de las algarrobas que comían los cerdos, pero nadie le daba nada.

Recapacitando entonces, se dijo:

“Cuántos jornaleros de mi padre tienen abundancia de pan, mientras yo aquí me muero de hambre. Me levantaré, me pondré en camino adonde está mi padre, y le diré: Padre, he pecado contra el cielo y contra ti; ya no merezco llamarme hijo tuyo: trátame como a uno de tus jornaleros”.

Se levantó y vino adonde estaba su padre; cuando todavía estaba lejos, su padre lo vio y se le conmovieron las entrañas; y, echando a correr, se le echó al cuello y lo cubrió de besos.

Su hijo le dijo:

“Padre, he pecado contra el cielo y contra ti; ya no merezco llamarme hijo tuyo”.

Pero el padre dijo a sus criados:

“Sacad en seguida la mejor túnica y vestídsela; ponedle un anillo en la mano y sandalias en los pies; traed el ternero cebado y sacrificadlo; comamos y celebremos un banquete, porque este hijo mío estaba muerto y ha revivido; estaba perdido, y lo hemos encontrado”.

Y empezaron a celebrar el banquete.

Su hijo mayor estaba en el campo.

Cuando al volver se acercaba a la casa, oyó la música y la danza, y llamando a uno de los criados, le preguntó qué era aquello.

Este le contestó:

“Ha vuelto tu hermano; y tu padre ha sacrificado el ternero cebado, porque lo ha recobrado con salud”.

Él se indignó y no quería entrar; pero su padre salió e intentaba persuadirlo.

Entonces él respondió a su padre:

“Mira: en tantos años como te sirvo, sin desobedecer nunca una orden tuya, a mí nunca me has dado un cabrito para tener un banquete con mis amigos; en cambio, cuando ha venido ese hijo tuyo que se ha comido tus bienes con malas mujeres, le matas el ternero cebado”.

El padre le dijo:

“Hijo, tú estás siempre conmigo, y todo lo mío es tuyo; pero era preciso celebrar un banquete y alegrarse, porque este hermano tuyo estaba muerto y ha revivido; estaba perdido, y lo hemos encontrado”».

Palabra del Señor.

14/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

A reading from the Book of Micah
MI 7:14-15, 18-20

Shepherd your people with your staff,
the flock of your inheritance,
That dwells apart in a woodland,
in the midst of Carmel.
Let them feed in Bashan and Gilead,
as in the days of old;
As in the days when you came from the land of Egypt,
show us wonderful signs.
Who is there like you, the God who removes guilt
and pardons sin for the remnant of his inheritance;
Who does not persist in anger forever,
but delights rather in clemency,
And will again have compassion on us,
treading underfoot our guilt?
You will cast into the depths of the sea all our sins;
You will show faithfulness to Jacob,
and grace to Abraham,
As you have sworn to our fathers
from days of old.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Luke
LK 15:1-3, 11-32

Tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to listen to Jesus,
but the Pharisees and scribes began to complain, saying,
“This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.”
So to them Jesus addressed this parable.
“A man had two sons, and the younger son said to his father,
‘Father, give me the share of your estate that should come to me.’
So the father divided the property between them.
After a few days, the younger son collected all his belongings
and set off to a distant country
where he squandered his inheritance on a life of dissipation.
When he had freely spent everything,
a severe famine struck that country,
and he found himself in dire need.
So he hired himself out to one of the local citizens
who sent him to his farm to tend the swine.
And he longed to eat his fill of the pods on which the swine fed,
but nobody gave him any.
Coming to his senses he thought,
‘How many of my father’s hired workers
have more than enough food to eat,
but here am I, dying from hunger.
I shall get up and go to my father and I shall say to him,
“Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you.
I no longer deserve to be called your son;
treat me as you would treat one of your hired workers.”’
So he got up and went back to his father.
While he was still a long way off,
his father caught sight of him, and was filled with compassion.
He ran to his son, embraced him and kissed him.
His son said to him,
‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you;
I no longer deserve to be called your son.’
But his father ordered his servants,
‘Quickly, bring the finest robe and put it on him;
put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet.
Take the fattened calf and slaughter it.
Then let us celebrate with a feast,
because this son of mine was dead, and has come to life again;
he was lost, and has been found.’
Then the celebration began.
Now the older son had been out in the field
and, on his way back, as he neared the house,
he heard the sound of music and dancing.
He called one of the servants and asked what this might mean.
The servant said to him,
‘Your brother has returned
and your father has slaughtered the fattened calf
because he has him back safe and sound.’
He became angry,
and when he refused to enter the house,
his father came out and pleaded with him.
He said to his father in reply,
‘Look, all these years I served you
and not once did I disobey your orders;
yet you never gave me even a young goat to feast on with my friends.
But when your son returns
who swallowed up your property with prostitutes,
for him you slaughter the fattened calf.’
He said to him,
‘My son, you are here with me always;
everything I have is yours.
But now we must celebrate and rejoice,
because your brother was dead and has come to life again;
he was lost and has been found.’”

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14/03/2020

LECTURE DU JOUR

Lecture du livre du prophète Michée
(Mi 7, 14-15.18-20)

Seigneur, avec ta houlette,
sois le pasteur de ton peuple,
du troupeau qui t’appartient,
qui demeure isolé dans le maquis,
entouré de vergers.
Qu’il retrouve son pâturage à Bashane et Galaad,
comme aux jours d’autrefois !
Comme aux jours où tu sortis d’Égypte,
tu lui feras voir des merveilles !

Qui est Dieu comme toi, pour enlever le crime,
pour passer sur la révolte
comme tu le fais à l’égard du reste, ton héritage :
un Dieu qui ne s’obstine pas pour toujours dans sa colère
mais se plaît à manifester sa faveur ?
De nouveau, tu nous montreras ta miséricorde,
tu fouleras aux pieds nos crimes,
tu jetteras au fond de la mer tous nos péchés !
Ainsi tu accordes à Jacob ta fidélité,
à Abraham ta faveur,
comme tu l’as juré à nos pères
depuis les jours d’autrefois.

ÉVANGILE DU JOUR

Évangile de Jésus Christ selon saint Luc
(Lc 15, 1-3.11-32)

En ce temps-là,
les publicains et les pécheurs
venaient tous à Jésus pour l’écouter.
Les pharisiens et les scribes récriminaient contre lui :
« Cet homme fait bon accueil aux pécheurs,
et il mange avec eux ! »
Alors Jésus leur dit cette parabole :
« Un homme avait deux fils.
Le plus jeune dit à son père :
“Père, donne-moi la part de fortune qui me revient.”
Et le père leur partagea ses biens.
Peu de jours après,
le plus jeune rassembla tout ce qu’il avait,
et partit pour un pays lointain
où il dilapida sa fortune en menant une vie de désordre.
Il avait tout dépensé,
quand une grande famine survint dans ce pays,
et il commença à se trouver dans le besoin.
Il alla s’engager auprès d’un habitant de ce pays,
qui l’envoya dans ses champs garder les porcs.
Il aurait bien voulu se remplir le ventre
avec les gousses que mangeaient les porcs,
mais personne ne lui donnait rien.
Alors il rentra en lui-même et se dit :
“Combien d’ouvriers de mon père ont du pain en abondance,
et moi, ici, je meurs de faim !
Je me lèverai, j’irai vers mon père,
et je lui dirai :
Père, j’ai péché contre le ciel et envers toi.
Je ne suis plus digne d’être appelé ton fils.
Traite- moi comme l’un de tes ouvriers.”
Il se leva et s’en alla vers son père.
Comme il était encore loin,
son père l’aperçut et fut saisi de compassion ;
il courut se jeter à son cou
et le couvrit de baisers.
Le fils lui dit :
“Père, j’ai péché contre le ciel et envers toi.
Je ne suis plus digne d’être appelé ton fils.”
Mais le père dit à ses serviteurs :
“Vite, apportez le plus beau vêtement pour l’habiller,
mettez-lui une bague au doigt et des sandales aux pieds,
allez chercher le veau gras, tuez-le,
mangeons et festoyons,
car mon fils que voilà était mort,
et il est revenu à la vie ;
il était perdu,
et il est retrouvé.”
Et ils commencèrent à festoyer.

Or le fils aîné était aux champs.
Quand il revint et fut près de la maison,
il entendit la musique et les danses.
Appelant un des serviteurs,
il s’informa de ce qui se passait.
Celui-ci répondit :
“Ton frère est arrivé,
et ton père a tué le veau gras,
parce qu’il a retrouvé ton frère en bonne santé.”
Alors le fils aîné se mit en colère,
et il refusait d’entrer.
Son père sortit le supplier.
Mais il répliqua à son père :
“Il y a tant d’années que je suis à ton service
sans avoir jamais transgressé tes ordres,
et jamais tu ne m’as donné un chevreau
pour festoyer avec mes amis.
Mais, quand ton fils que voilà est revenu
après avoir dévoré ton bien avec des prostituées,
tu as fait tuer pour lui le veau gras !”
Le père répondit :
“Toi, mon enfant, tu es toujours avec moi,
et tout ce qui est à moi est à toi.
Il fallait festoyer et se réjouir ;
car ton frère que voilà était mort,
et il est revenu à la vie ;
il était perdu,
et il est retrouvé !” »

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14/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

A reading from the Book of Micah
MI 7:14-15, 18-20

Shepherd your people with your staff,
the flock of your inheritance,
That dwells apart in a woodland,
in the midst of Carmel.
Let them feed in Bashan and Gilead,
as in the days of old;
As in the days when you came from the land of Egypt,
show us wonderful signs.
Who is there like you, the God who removes guilt
and pardons sin for the remnant of his inheritance;
Who does not persist in anger forever,
but delights rather in clemency,
And will again have compassion on us,
treading underfoot our guilt?
You will cast into the depths of the sea all our sins;
You will show faithfulness to Jacob,
and grace to Abraham,
As you have sworn to our fathers
from days of old.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Luke
LK 15:1-3, 11-32

Tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to listen to Jesus,
but the Pharisees and scribes began to complain, saying,
“This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.”
So to them Jesus addressed this parable.
“A man had two sons, and the younger son said to his father,
‘Father, give me the share of your estate that should come to me.’
So the father divided the property between them.
After a few days, the younger son collected all his belongings
and set off to a distant country
where he squandered his inheritance on a life of dissipation.
When he had freely spent everything,
a severe famine struck that country,
and he found himself in dire need.
So he hired himself out to one of the local citizens
who sent him to his farm to tend the swine.
And he longed to eat his fill of the pods on which the swine fed,
but nobody gave him any.
Coming to his senses he thought,
‘How many of my father’s hired workers
have more than enough food to eat,
but here am I, dying from hunger.
I shall get up and go to my father and I shall say to him,
“Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you.
I no longer deserve to be called your son;
treat me as you would treat one of your hired workers.”’
So he got up and went back to his father.
While he was still a long way off,
his father caught sight of him, and was filled with compassion.
He ran to his son, embraced him and kissed him.
His son said to him,
‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you;
I no longer deserve to be called your son.’
But his father ordered his servants,
‘Quickly, bring the finest robe and put it on him;
put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet.
Take the fattened calf and slaughter it.
Then let us celebrate with a feast,
because this son of mine was dead, and has come to life again;
he was lost, and has been found.’
Then the celebration began.
Now the older son had been out in the field
and, on his way back, as he neared the house,
he heard the sound of music and dancing.
He called one of the servants and asked what this might mean.
The servant said to him,
‘Your brother has returned
and your father has slaughtered the fattened calf
because he has him back safe and sound.’
He became angry,
and when he refused to enter the house,
his father came out and pleaded with him.
He said to his father in reply,
‘Look, all these years I served you
and not once did I disobey your orders;
yet you never gave me even a young goat to feast on with my friends.
But when your son returns
who swallowed up your property with prostitutes,
for him you slaughter the fattened calf.’
He said to him,
‘My son, you are here with me always;
everything I have is yours.
But now we must celebrate and rejoice,
because your brother was dead and has come to life again;
he was lost and has been found.’”

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14/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

A reading from the Book of Micah
MI 7:14-15, 18-20

Shepherd your people with your staff,
the flock of your inheritance,
That dwells apart in a woodland,
in the midst of Carmel.
Let them feed in Bashan and Gilead,
as in the days of old;
As in the days when you came from the land of Egypt,
show us wonderful signs.
Who is there like you, the God who removes guilt
and pardons sin for the remnant of his inheritance;
Who does not persist in anger forever,
but delights rather in clemency,
And will again have compassion on us,
treading underfoot our guilt?
You will cast into the depths of the sea all our sins;
You will show faithfulness to Jacob,
and grace to Abraham,
As you have sworn to our fathers
from days of old.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Luke
LK 15:1-3, 11-32

Tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to listen to Jesus,
but the Pharisees and scribes began to complain, saying,
“This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.”
So to them Jesus addressed this parable.
“A man had two sons, and the younger son said to his father,
‘Father, give me the share of your estate that should come to me.’
So the father divided the property between them.
After a few days, the younger son collected all his belongings
and set off to a distant country
where he squandered his inheritance on a life of dissipation.
When he had freely spent everything,
a severe famine struck that country,
and he found himself in dire need.
So he hired himself out to one of the local citizens
who sent him to his farm to tend the swine.
And he longed to eat his fill of the pods on which the swine fed,
but nobody gave him any.
Coming to his senses he thought,
‘How many of my father’s hired workers
have more than enough food to eat,
but here am I, dying from hunger.
I shall get up and go to my father and I shall say to him,
“Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you.
I no longer deserve to be called your son;
treat me as you would treat one of your hired workers.”’
So he got up and went back to his father.
While he was still a long way off,
his father caught sight of him, and was filled with compassion.
He ran to his son, embraced him and kissed him.
His son said to him,
‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you;
I no longer deserve to be called your son.’
But his father ordered his servants,
‘Quickly, bring the finest robe and put it on him;
put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet.
Take the fattened calf and slaughter it.
Then let us celebrate with a feast,
because this son of mine was dead, and has come to life again;
he was lost, and has been found.’
Then the celebration began.
Now the older son had been out in the field
and, on his way back, as he neared the house,
he heard the sound of music and dancing.
He called one of the servants and asked what this might mean.
The servant said to him,
‘Your brother has returned
and your father has slaughtered the fattened calf
because he has him back safe and sound.’
He became angry,
and when he refused to enter the house,
his father came out and pleaded with him.
He said to his father in reply,
‘Look, all these years I served you
and not once did I disobey your orders;
yet you never gave me even a young goat to feast on with my friends.
But when your son returns
who swallowed up your property with prostitutes,
for him you slaughter the fattened calf.’
He said to him,
‘My son, you are here with me always;
everything I have is yours.
But now we must celebrate and rejoice,
because your brother was dead and has come to life again;
he was lost and has been found.’”

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14/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

A reading from the Book of Micah
MI 7:14-15, 18-20

Shepherd your people with your staff,
the flock of your inheritance,
That dwells apart in a woodland,
in the midst of Carmel.
Let them feed in Bashan and Gilead,
as in the days of old;
As in the days when you came from the land of Egypt,
show us wonderful signs.
Who is there like you, the God who removes guilt
and pardons sin for the remnant of his inheritance;
Who does not persist in anger forever,
but delights rather in clemency,
And will again have compassion on us,
treading underfoot our guilt?
You will cast into the depths of the sea all our sins;
You will show faithfulness to Jacob,
and grace to Abraham,
As you have sworn to our fathers
from days of old.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Luke
LK 15:1-3, 11-32

Tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to listen to Jesus,
but the Pharisees and scribes began to complain, saying,
“This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.”
So to them Jesus addressed this parable.
“A man had two sons, and the younger son said to his father,
‘Father, give me the share of your estate that should come to me.’
So the father divided the property between them.
After a few days, the younger son collected all his belongings
and set off to a distant country
where he squandered his inheritance on a life of dissipation.
When he had freely spent everything,
a severe famine struck that country,
and he found himself in dire need.
So he hired himself out to one of the local citizens
who sent him to his farm to tend the swine.
And he longed to eat his fill of the pods on which the swine fed,
but nobody gave him any.
Coming to his senses he thought,
‘How many of my father’s hired workers
have more than enough food to eat,
but here am I, dying from hunger.
I shall get up and go to my father and I shall say to him,
“Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you.
I no longer deserve to be called your son;
treat me as you would treat one of your hired workers.”’
So he got up and went back to his father.
While he was still a long way off,
his father caught sight of him, and was filled with compassion.
He ran to his son, embraced him and kissed him.
His son said to him,
‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you;
I no longer deserve to be called your son.’
But his father ordered his servants,
‘Quickly, bring the finest robe and put it on him;
put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet.
Take the fattened calf and slaughter it.
Then let us celebrate with a feast,
because this son of mine was dead, and has come to life again;
he was lost, and has been found.’
Then the celebration began.
Now the older son had been out in the field
and, on his way back, as he neared the house,
he heard the sound of music and dancing.
He called one of the servants and asked what this might mean.
The servant said to him,
‘Your brother has returned
and your father has slaughtered the fattened calf
because he has him back safe and sound.’
He became angry,
and when he refused to enter the house,
his father came out and pleaded with him.
He said to his father in reply,
‘Look, all these years I served you
and not once did I disobey your orders;
yet you never gave me even a young goat to feast on with my friends.
But when your son returns
who swallowed up your property with prostitutes,
for him you slaughter the fattened calf.’
He said to him,
‘My son, you are here with me always;
everything I have is yours.
But now we must celebrate and rejoice,
because your brother was dead and has come to life again;
he was lost and has been found.’”

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Data 14/03/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Leitura da Profecia de Miquéias
7,14-15.18-20

Apascenta o teu povo com o cajado da autoridade,
o rebanho de tua propriedade,
os habitantes dispersos pela mata
e pelos campos cultivados;
E, como foi nos dias
em que nos fizeste sair do Egito,
faze-nos ver novos prodígios.
Qual Deus existe, como tu,
que apagas a iniqüidade
e esqueces o pecado
daqueles que são resto de tua propriedade?
– Ele não guarda rancor para sempre,
o que ama é a misericórdia.
Voltará a compadecer-se de nós,
esquecerá nossas iniqüidades
e lançará ao fundo do mar
todos os nossos pecados.
Tu manterás fidelidade a Jacó
e terás compaixão de Abraão,
como juraste a nossos pais,
desde tempos remotos.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Proclamação do Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo Lucas
15,1-3.11-32

Naquele tempo:
Os publicanos e pecadores
aproximavam-se de Jesus para o escutar.
Os fariseus, porém, e os
mestres da Lei criticavam Jesus.
‘Este homem acolhe os pecadores
e faz refeição com eles.’
Então Jesus contou-lhes esta parábola:
‘Um homem tinha dois filhos.
O filho mais novo disse ao pai:
‘Pai, dá-me a parte da herança que me cabe’.
E o pai dividiu os bens entre eles.
Poucos dias depois, o filho mais novo
juntou o que era seu
e partiu para um lugar distante.
E ali esbanjou tudo numa vida desenfreada.
Quando tinha gasto tudo o que possuía,
houve uma grande fome naquela região,
e ele começou a passar necessidade.
Então foi pedir trabalho a um homem do lugar,
que o mandou para seu campo cuidar dos porcos.
O rapaz queria matar a fome
com a comida que os porcos comiam,
mas nem isto lhe davam.
Então caiu em si e disse:
‘Quantos empregados do meu pai têm pão com fartura,
e eu aqui, morrendo de fome.
Vou-me embora, vou voltar para meu pai e dizer-lhe:
`Pai, pequei contra Deus e contra ti;
já não mereço ser chamado teu filho.
Trata-me como a um dos teus empregados’.
Então ele partiu e voltou para seu pai.
Quando ainda estava longe, seu pai o avistou
e sentiu compaixão.
Correu-lhe ao encontro, abraçou-o,
e cobriu-o de beijos.
O filho, então, lhe disse:
‘Pai, pequei contra Deus e contra ti.
Já não mereço ser chamado teu filho’.
Mas o pai disse aos empregados:
`Trazei depressa a melhor túnica para vestir meu filho.
E colocai um anel no seu dedo e sandálias nos pés.
Trazei um novilho gordo e matai-o.
Vamos fazer um banquete.
Porque este meu filho estava morto e tornou a viver;
estava perdido e foi encontrado’.
E começaram a festa.
O filho mais velho estava no campo.
Ao voltar, já perto de casa,
ouviu música e barulho de dança.
Então chamou um dos criados
e perguntou o que estava acontecendo.
O criado respondeu:
`É teu irmão que voltou.
Teu pai matou o novilho gordo,
porque o recuperou com saúde’.
Mas ele ficou com raiva e não queria entrar.
O pai, saindo, insistia com ele.
Ele, porém, respondeu ao pai:
`Eu trabalho para ti há tantos anos,
jamais desobedeci a qualquer ordem tua.
E tu nunca me deste um cabrito
para eu festejar com meus amigos.
Quando chegou esse teu filho,
que esbanjou teus bens com prostitutas,
matas para ele o novilho cevado’.
Então o pai lhe disse:
`Filho, tu estás sempre comigo,
e tudo o que é meu é teu.
Mas era preciso festejar e alegrar-nos,
porque este teu irmão estava morto e tornou a viver;
estava perdido, e foi encontrado’.’

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Data 14/03/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Leitura da Profecia de Miquéias
7,14-15.18-20

Apascenta o teu povo com o cajado da autoridade,
o rebanho de tua propriedade,
os habitantes dispersos pela mata
e pelos campos cultivados;
E, como foi nos dias
em que nos fizeste sair do Egito,
faze-nos ver novos prodígios.
Qual Deus existe, como tu,
que apagas a iniqüidade
e esqueces o pecado
daqueles que são resto de tua propriedade?
– Ele não guarda rancor para sempre,
o que ama é a misericórdia.
Voltará a compadecer-se de nós,
esquecerá nossas iniqüidades
e lançará ao fundo do mar
todos os nossos pecados.
Tu manterás fidelidade a Jacó
e terás compaixão de Abraão,
como juraste a nossos pais,
desde tempos remotos.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Proclamação do Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo Lucas
15,1-3.11-32

Naquele tempo:
Os publicanos e pecadores
aproximavam-se de Jesus para o escutar.
Os fariseus, porém, e os
mestres da Lei criticavam Jesus.
‘Este homem acolhe os pecadores
e faz refeição com eles.’
Então Jesus contou-lhes esta parábola:
‘Um homem tinha dois filhos.
O filho mais novo disse ao pai:
‘Pai, dá-me a parte da herança que me cabe’.
E o pai dividiu os bens entre eles.
Poucos dias depois, o filho mais novo
juntou o que era seu
e partiu para um lugar distante.
E ali esbanjou tudo numa vida desenfreada.
Quando tinha gasto tudo o que possuía,
houve uma grande fome naquela região,
e ele começou a passar necessidade.
Então foi pedir trabalho a um homem do lugar,
que o mandou para seu campo cuidar dos porcos.
O rapaz queria matar a fome
com a comida que os porcos comiam,
mas nem isto lhe davam.
Então caiu em si e disse:
‘Quantos empregados do meu pai têm pão com fartura,
e eu aqui, morrendo de fome.
Vou-me embora, vou voltar para meu pai e dizer-lhe:
`Pai, pequei contra Deus e contra ti;
já não mereço ser chamado teu filho.
Trata-me como a um dos teus empregados’.
Então ele partiu e voltou para seu pai.
Quando ainda estava longe, seu pai o avistou
e sentiu compaixão.
Correu-lhe ao encontro, abraçou-o,
e cobriu-o de beijos.
O filho, então, lhe disse:
‘Pai, pequei contra Deus e contra ti.
Já não mereço ser chamado teu filho’.
Mas o pai disse aos empregados:
`Trazei depressa a melhor túnica para vestir meu filho.
E colocai um anel no seu dedo e sandálias nos pés.
Trazei um novilho gordo e matai-o.
Vamos fazer um banquete.
Porque este meu filho estava morto e tornou a viver;
estava perdido e foi encontrado’.
E começaram a festa.
O filho mais velho estava no campo.
Ao voltar, já perto de casa,
ouviu música e barulho de dança.
Então chamou um dos criados
e perguntou o que estava acontecendo.
O criado respondeu:
`É teu irmão que voltou.
Teu pai matou o novilho gordo,
porque o recuperou com saúde’.
Mas ele ficou com raiva e não queria entrar.
O pai, saindo, insistia com ele.
Ele, porém, respondeu ao pai:
`Eu trabalho para ti há tantos anos,
jamais desobedeci a qualquer ordem tua.
E tu nunca me deste um cabrito
para eu festejar com meus amigos.
Quando chegou esse teu filho,
que esbanjou teus bens com prostitutas,
matas para ele o novilho cevado’.
Então o pai lhe disse:
`Filho, tu estás sempre comigo,
e tudo o que é meu é teu.
Mas era preciso festejar e alegrar-nos,
porque este teu irmão estava morto e tornou a viver;
estava perdido, e foi encontrado’.’

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Data14/03/2020

LETTURA DEL GIORNO

Dal libro del profeta Michèa
Mi 7,14-15.18-20

Pasci il tuo popolo con la tua verga, il gregge della tua eredità, che sta solitario nella foresta tra fertili campagne; pascolino in Basan e in Gàlaad come nei tempi antichi. Come quando sei uscito dalla terra d’Egitto, mostraci cose prodigiose. Quale dio è come te, che toglie l’iniquità e perdona il peccato al resto della sua eredità? Egli non serba per sempre la sua ira, ma si compiace di manifestare il suo amore. Egli tornerà ad avere pietà di noi, calpesterà le nostre colpe. Tu getterai in fondo al mare tutti i nostri peccati. Conserverai a Giacobbe la tua fedeltà, ad Abramo il tuo amore, come hai giurato ai nostri padri fin dai tempi antichi.

VANGELO DEL GIORNO

Dal Vangelo secondo Luca
Lc 15,1-3.11-32

In quel tempo, si avvicinavano a lui tutti i pubblicani e i peccatori per ascoltarlo. I farisei e gli scribi mormoravano dicendo: «Costui accoglie i peccatori e mangia con loro». Ed egli disse loro questa parabola: «Un uomo aveva due figli. Il più giovane dei due disse al padre: Padre, dammi la parte di patrimonio che mi spetta. Ed egli divise tra loro le sue sostanze. Pochi giorni dopo, il figlio più giovane, raccolte tutte le sue cose, partì per un paese lontano e là sperperò il suo patrimonio vivendo in modo dissoluto. Quando ebbe speso tutto, sopraggiunse in quel paese una grande carestia ed egli cominciò a trovarsi nel bisogno. Allora andò a mettersi al servizio di uno degli abitanti di quella regione, che lo mandò nei suoi campi a pascolare i porci. Avrebbe voluto saziarsi con le carrube di cui si nutrivano i porci; ma nessuno gli dava nulla. Allora ritornò in sé e disse: Quanti salariati di mio padre hanno pane in abbondanza e io qui muoio di fame! Mi alzerò, andrò da mio padre e gli dirò: Padre, ho peccato verso il Cielo e davanti a te; non sono più degno di essere chiamato tuo figlio. Trattami come uno dei tuoi salariati. Si alzò e tornò da suo padre. Quando era ancora lontano, suo padre lo vide, ebbe compassione, gli corse incontro, gli si gettò al collo e lo baciò. Il figlio gli disse: Padre, ho peccato verso il Cielo e davanti a te; non sono più degno di essere chiamato tuo figlio. Ma il padre disse ai servi: Presto, portate qui il vestito più bello e fateglielo indossare, mettetegli l’anello al dito e i sandali ai piedi. Prendete il vitello grasso, ammazzatelo, mangiamo e facciamo festa, perché questo mio figlio era morto ed è tornato in vita, era perduto ed è stato ritrovato. E cominciarono a far festa. Il figlio maggiore si trovava nei campi. Al ritorno, quando fu vicino a casa, udì la musica e le danze; chiamò uno dei servi e gli domandò che cosa fosse tutto questo. Quello gli rispose: Tuo fratello è qui e tuo padre ha fatto ammazzare il vitello grasso, perché lo ha riavuto sano e salvo. Egli si indignò, e non voleva entrare. Suo padre allora uscì a supplicarlo. Ma egli rispose a suo padre: Ecco, io ti servo da tanti anni e non ho mai disobbedito a un tuo comando, e tu non mi hai mai dato un capretto per far festa con i miei amici. Ma ora che è tornato questo tuo figlio, il quale ha divorato le tue sostanze con le prostitute, per lui hai ammazzato il vitello grasso. Gli rispose il padre: Figlio, tu sei sempre con me e tutto ciò che è mio è tuo; ma bisognava far festa e rallegrarsi, perché questo tuo fratello era morto ed è tornato in vita, era perduto ed è stato ritrovato».

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Datum 14/03/2020

TAGESLESUNG

Lesung aus dem Buch Micha
Mi 7, 14-15.18-20

Herr, führe mit deinem Stab dein Volk auf die Weide, die Schafe, die dein Erbbesitz sind, die einsam lagern in einer Wildnis mitten im fruchtbaren Land. Sie sollen wieder im Baschan und in Gilead weiden wie in den Tagen der Vorzeit.
Wie in den Tagen, als du aus Ägypten auszogst, lass uns deine Wunder schauen!
Wer ist ein Gott wie du, der du Schuld verzeihst und dem Rest deines Erbvolkes das Unrecht vergibst? Gott hält nicht für immer fest an seinem Zorn; denn er liebt es, gnädig zu sein.
Er wird wieder Erbarmen haben mit uns und unsere Schuld zertreten. Ja, du wirfst all unsere Sünden in die Tiefe des Meeres hinab.
Du wirst Jakob deine Treue beweisen und Abraham deine Huld, wie du unseren Vätern geschworen hast in den Tagen der Vorzeit.

EVANGELIUM VOM TAG

Aus dem heiligen Evangelium nach Lukas
Lk 15, 1-3.11-32

In jener Zeit
kamen alle Zöllner und Sünder zu Jesus, um ihn zu hören.
Die Pharisäer und die Schriftgelehrten empörten sich darüber und sagten: Er gibt sich mit Sündern ab und isst sogar mit ihnen.
Da erzählte er ihnen ein Gleichnis und sagte:
Weiter sagte Jesus: Ein Mann hatte zwei Söhne.
Der jüngere von ihnen sagte zu seinem Vater: Vater, gib mir das Erbteil, das mir zusteht. Da teilte der Vater das Vermögen auf.
Nach wenigen Tagen packte der jüngere Sohn alles zusammen und zog in ein fernes Land. Dort führte er ein zügelloses Leben und verschleuderte sein Vermögen.
Als er alles durchgebracht hatte, kam eine große Hungersnot über das Land, und es ging ihm sehr schlecht.
Da ging er zu einem Bürger des Landes und drängte sich ihm auf; der schickte ihn aufs Feld zum Schweinehüten.
Er hätte gern seinen Hunger mit den Futterschoten gestillt, die die Schweine fraßen; aber niemand gab ihm davon.
Da ging er in sich und sagte: Wie viele Tagelöhner meines Vaters haben mehr als genug zu essen, und ich komme hier vor Hunger um.
Ich will aufbrechen und zu meinem Vater gehen und zu ihm sagen: Vater, ich habe mich gegen den Himmel und gegen dich versündigt.
Ich bin nicht mehr wert, dein Sohn zu sein; mach mich zu einem deiner Tagelöhner.
Dann brach er auf und ging zu seinem Vater. Der Vater sah ihn schon von weitem kommen, und er hatte Mitleid mit ihm. Er lief dem Sohn entgegen, fiel ihm um den Hals und küsste ihn.
Da sagte der Sohn: Vater, ich habe mich gegen den Himmel und gegen dich versündigt; ich bin nicht mehr wert, dein Sohn zu sein.
Der Vater aber sagte zu seinen Knechten: Holt schnell das beste Gewand, und zieht es ihm an, steckt ihm einen Ring an die Hand, und zieht ihm Schuhe an.
Bringt das Mastkalb her, und schlachtet es; wir wollen essen und fröhlich sein.
Denn mein Sohn war tot und lebt wieder; er war verloren und ist wieder gefunden worden. Und sie begannen, ein fröhliches Fest zu feiern.
Sein älterer Sohn war unterdessen auf dem Feld. Als er heimging und in die Nähe des Hauses kam, hörte er Musik und Tanz.
Da rief er einen der Knechte und fragte, was das bedeuten solle.
Der Knecht antwortete: Dein Bruder ist gekommen, und dein Vater hat das Mastkalb schlachten lassen, weil er ihn heil und gesund wiederbekommen hat.
Da wurde er zornig und wollte nicht hineingehen. Sein Vater aber kam heraus und redete ihm gut zu.
Doch er erwiderte dem Vater: So viele Jahre schon diene ich dir, und nie habe ich gegen deinen Willen gehandelt; mir aber hast du nie auch nur einen Ziegenbock geschenkt, damit ich mit meinen Freunden ein Fest feiern konnte.
Kaum aber ist der hier gekommen, dein Sohn, der dein Vermögen mit Dirnen durchgebracht hat, da hast du für ihn das Mastkalb geschlachtet.
Der Vater antwortete ihm: Mein Kind, du bist immer bei mir, und alles, was mein ist, ist auch dein.
Aber jetzt müssen wir uns doch freuen und ein Fest feiern; denn dein Bruder war tot und lebt wieder; er war verloren und ist wieder gefunden worden.

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