15/03/2020 – Domingo de la 3ª semana de Cuaresma. – Lecturas del día – Reading of the day

PRIMERA LECTURA
Danos agua de beber.
Lectura del libro del Éxodo 17, 3-7

En aquellos días, el pueblo, sediento, murmuró contra Moisés, diciendo: «¿Por qué nos has sacado de Egipto para matarnos de sed a nosotros, a nuestros hijos y a nuestros ganados?». Clamó Moisés al Señor y dijo: «¿Qué puedo hacer con este pueblo? Por poco me apedrean». Respondió el Señor a Moisés. «Pasa al frente del pueblo y toma contigo algunos de los anciano de Israel; empuña el bastón con que golpeaste el Nilo y marcha. Yo estaré allí ante ti, junto a la roca de Horeb. Golpea la roca, y saldrá agua para que beba el pueblo». Moisés lo hizo así a la vista de los ancianos de Israel. Y llamó a aquel lugar Masá y Meríbá, a causa de la querella de los hijos Israel y porque habían tentado al Señor, diciendo:«¿Está el Señor entre nosotros o no?».

Palabra de Dios.

Sal 94, 1-2. 6-7. 8-9
R. Ojalá escuchéis hoy la voz del Señor: «No endurezcáis vuestro corazón».

Venid, aclamemos al Señor,
demos vítores a la Roca que nos salva;
entremos a su presencia dándole gracias,
aclamándolo con cantos. R.

Entrad, postrémonos por tierra,
bendiciendo al Señor, creador nuestro.
Porque él es nuestro Dios,
y nosotros su pueblo,
el rebaño que él guía. R.

Ojalá escuchéis hoy su voz:
«No endurezcáis el corazón como en Meribá,
como el día de Masá en el desierto;
cuando vuestros padres me pusieron a prueba
y me tentaron, aunque habían visto mis obras». R.

SEGUNDA LECTURA
El amor ha sido derramado en nosotros por el Espíritu que se nos ha dado.
Lectura de la carta del apóstol san Pablo a los Romanos 5, 1-2. 5-8

Hermanos: Habiendo sido justificados en virtud de la fe, estamos en paz con Dios, por medio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo, por el cual hemos obtenido además por la fe el acceso a esta gracia, en la cual nos encontramos; y nos gloriamos en la esperanza de la gloria de Dios. Y la esperanza no defrauda, porque el amor de Dios ha sido derramado en nuestros corazones por el Espíritu Santo que se nos ha dado. En efecto, cuando nosotros estábamos aún sin fuerza, en el tiempo señalado, Cristo murió por los impíos; ciertamente, apenas habrá quien muera por un justo; por una persona buena tal vez se atrevería alguien a morir; pues bien: Dios nos demostró su amor en que, siendo nosotros todavía pecadores, Cristo murió por nosotros.

Palabra de Dios.

Versículo
R. Gloria a ti, Cristo, Palabra de Dios.

V. Señor, tú eres de verdad el Salvador del mundo; Dame agua viva, así no tendré más sed. R.

EVANGELIO
Un surtidor de agua que salta hasta la vida eterna.
Lectura del santo Evangelio según san Juan 4, 5-15. 19-26, 39a. 40-42

En aquel tiempo, llegó Jesús a un ciudad de Samaria llamado Sicar, cerca del campo que dio Jacob a su hijo José; allí estaba el pozo de Jacob.

Jesús, cansado del camino, estaba allí sentado junto al pozo.

Era hacia la hora sexta.

Llega una mujer de Samaria a sacar agua, y Jesús le dice:

«Dame de beber».

Sus discípulos se habían ido al pueblo a comprar comida.

La samaritana le dice:

«¿Cómo tú, siendo judío, me pides de beber a mi, que soy samaritana?» (porque los judíos no se tratan con los samaritanos).

Jesús le contestó:

«Si conocieras el don de Dios y quién es el que te dice “dame de beber”, le pedirías tú, y él te daría agua viva».

La mujer le dice:

«Señor, si no tienes cubo, y el pozo es hondo, ¿de dónde sacas el agua viva?; ¿eres tú más que nuestro padre Jacob, que nos dio este pozo, y de él bebieron él y sus hijos y sus ganados?».

Jesús le contestó:

«El que bebe de esta agua vuelve a tener sed; pero el que beba del agua que yo le daré nunca más tendrá sed: el agua que yo le daré se convertirá dentro de él en un surtidor de agua que salta hasta la vida eterna».

La mujer le dice:

«Señor, dame esa agua: así no tendré más sed, ni tendré que venir aquí a sacarla. Veo que tú eres un profeta. Nuestros padres dieron culto en este monte, y vosotros decís que el sitio donde se debe dar culto está en Jerusalén»

Jesús le dice:

«Créeme, mujer: se acerca la hora en que ni en este monte ni en Jerusalén adoraréis al Padre. Vosotros adoráis a uno que no conocéis; nosotros adoramos a uno que conocemos, porque la salvación viene de los judíos. Pero se acerca la hora, ya está aquí, en que los verdaderos adoradores adorarán al Padre en espíritu y verdad, porque el Padre desea que lo adoren así. Dios es espíritu, y los que lo adoran deben hacerlo en espíritu y verdad.»

La mujer le dice:

«Sé que va a venir el Mesías, el Cristo; cuando venga, él nos lo dirá todo».

Jesús le dice:

«Soy yo, el que habla contigo.»

En aquel pueblo muchos creyeron en él. Así, cuando llegaron a verlo los samaritanos, le rogaban que se quedara con ellos. Y se quedó allí dos días. Todavía creyeron muchos más por su predicación, y decían a la mujer:

«Ya no creemos por lo que tú dices; nosotros mismos lo hemos oído y sabemos que él es de verdad el Salvador del mundo».

Palabra del Señor.

Date15/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Exodus
EX 17:3-7

In those days, in their thirst for water,
the people grumbled against Moses,
saying, “Why did you ever make us leave Egypt?
Was it just to have us die here of thirst
with our children and our livestock?”
So Moses cried out to the LORD,
“What shall I do with this people?
a little more and they will stone me!”
The LORD answered Moses,
“Go over there in front of the people,
along with some of the elders of Israel,
holding in your hand, as you go,
the staff with which you struck the river.
I will be standing there in front of you on the rock in Horeb.
Strike the rock, and the water will flow from it
for the people to drink.”
This Moses did, in the presence of the elders of Israel.
The place was called Massah and Meribah,
because the Israelites quarreled there
and tested the LORD, saying,
“Is the LORD in our midst or not?”

 

Second reading from the Letter of Saint Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:1-2, 5-8

Brothers and sisters:
Since we have been justified by faith,
we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ,
through whom we have gained access by faith
to this grace in which we stand,
and we boast in hope of the glory of God.
And hope does not disappoint,
because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.
For Christ, while we were still helpless,
died at the appointed time for the ungodly.
Indeed, only with difficulty does one die for a just person,
though perhaps for a good person one might even find courage to die.
But God proves his love for us
in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to John
Jn 4:5-15, 19b-26, 39a, 40-42

Jesus came to a town of Samaria called Sychar,
near the plot of land that Jacob had given to his son Joseph.
Jacob’s well was there.
Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well.
It was about noon.
A woman of Samaria came to draw water.
Jesus said to her,
“Give me a drink.”
His disciples had gone into the town to buy food.
The Samaritan woman said to him,
“How can you, a Jew, ask me, a Samaritan woman, for a drink?”
—For Jews use nothing in common with Samaritans.—
Jesus answered and said to her,
“If you knew the gift of God
and who is saying to you, ‘Give me a drink, ‘
you would have asked him
and he would have given you living water.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, you do not even have a bucket and the cistern is deep;
where then can you get this living water?
Are you greater than our father Jacob,
who gave us this cistern and drank from it himself
with his children and his flocks?”
Jesus answered and said to her,
“Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again;
but whoever drinks the water I shall give will never thirst;
the water I shall give will become in him
a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, give me this water, so that I may not be thirsty

or have to keep coming here to draw water.
“I can see that you are a prophet.
Our ancestors worshiped on this mountain;
but you people say that the place to worship is in Jerusalem.”
Jesus said to her,
“Believe me, woman, the hour is coming
when you will worship the Father
neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem.
You people worship what you do not understand;
we worship what we understand,
because salvation is from the Jews.
But the hour is coming, and is now here,
when true worshipers will worship the Father in Spirit and truth;
and indeed the Father seeks such people to worship him.
God is Spirit, and those who worship him
must worship in Spirit and truth.”
The woman said to him,
“I know that the Messiah is coming, the one called the Christ;
when he comes, he will tell us everything.”
Jesus said to her,
“I am he, the one who is speaking with you.”
Many of the Samaritans of that town began to believe in him.
When the Samaritans came to him,
they invited him to stay with them;
and he stayed there two days.
Many more began to believe in him because of his word,
and they said to the woman,
“We no longer believe because of your word;
for we have heard for ourselves,
and we know that this is truly the savior of the world.”

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Date15/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Exodus
EX 17:3-7

In those days, in their thirst for water,
the people grumbled against Moses,
saying, “Why did you ever make us leave Egypt?
Was it just to have us die here of thirst
with our children and our livestock?”
So Moses cried out to the LORD,
“What shall I do with this people?
a little more and they will stone me!”
The LORD answered Moses,
“Go over there in front of the people,
along with some of the elders of Israel,
holding in your hand, as you go,
the staff with which you struck the river.
I will be standing there in front of you on the rock in Horeb.
Strike the rock, and the water will flow from it
for the people to drink.”
This Moses did, in the presence of the elders of Israel.
The place was called Massah and Meribah,
because the Israelites quarreled there
and tested the LORD, saying,
“Is the LORD in our midst or not?”

 

Second reading from the Letter of Saint Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:1-2, 5-8

Brothers and sisters:
Since we have been justified by faith,
we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ,
through whom we have gained access by faith
to this grace in which we stand,
and we boast in hope of the glory of God.
And hope does not disappoint,
because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.
For Christ, while we were still helpless,
died at the appointed time for the ungodly.
Indeed, only with difficulty does one die for a just person,
though perhaps for a good person one might even find courage to die.
But God proves his love for us
in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to John
Jn 4:5-15, 19b-26, 39a, 40-42

Jesus came to a town of Samaria called Sychar,
near the plot of land that Jacob had given to his son Joseph.
Jacob’s well was there.
Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well.
It was about noon.
A woman of Samaria came to draw water.
Jesus said to her,
“Give me a drink.”
His disciples had gone into the town to buy food.
The Samaritan woman said to him,
“How can you, a Jew, ask me, a Samaritan woman, for a drink?”
—For Jews use nothing in common with Samaritans.—
Jesus answered and said to her,
“If you knew the gift of God
and who is saying to you, ‘Give me a drink, ‘
you would have asked him
and he would have given you living water.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, you do not even have a bucket and the cistern is deep;
where then can you get this living water?
Are you greater than our father Jacob,
who gave us this cistern and drank from it himself
with his children and his flocks?”
Jesus answered and said to her,
“Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again;
but whoever drinks the water I shall give will never thirst;
the water I shall give will become in him
a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, give me this water, so that I may not be thirsty

or have to keep coming here to draw water.
“I can see that you are a prophet.
Our ancestors worshiped on this mountain;
but you people say that the place to worship is in Jerusalem.”
Jesus said to her,
“Believe me, woman, the hour is coming
when you will worship the Father
neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem.
You people worship what you do not understand;
we worship what we understand,
because salvation is from the Jews.
But the hour is coming, and is now here,
when true worshipers will worship the Father in Spirit and truth;
and indeed the Father seeks such people to worship him.
God is Spirit, and those who worship him
must worship in Spirit and truth.”
The woman said to him,
“I know that the Messiah is coming, the one called the Christ;
when he comes, he will tell us everything.”
Jesus said to her,
“I am he, the one who is speaking with you.”
Many of the Samaritans of that town began to believe in him.
When the Samaritans came to him,
they invited him to stay with them;
and he stayed there two days.
Many more began to believe in him because of his word,
and they said to the woman,
“We no longer believe because of your word;
for we have heard for ourselves,
and we know that this is truly the savior of the world.”

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Date15/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Exodus
EX 17:3-7

In those days, in their thirst for water,
the people grumbled against Moses,
saying, “Why did you ever make us leave Egypt?
Was it just to have us die here of thirst
with our children and our livestock?”
So Moses cried out to the LORD,
“What shall I do with this people?
a little more and they will stone me!”
The LORD answered Moses,
“Go over there in front of the people,
along with some of the elders of Israel,
holding in your hand, as you go,
the staff with which you struck the river.
I will be standing there in front of you on the rock in Horeb.
Strike the rock, and the water will flow from it
for the people to drink.”
This Moses did, in the presence of the elders of Israel.
The place was called Massah and Meribah,
because the Israelites quarreled there
and tested the LORD, saying,
“Is the LORD in our midst or not?”


Second reading from the Letter of Saint Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:1-2, 5-8

Brothers and sisters:
Since we have been justified by faith,
we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ,
through whom we have gained access by faith
to this grace in which we stand,
and we boast in hope of the glory of God.
And hope does not disappoint,
because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.
For Christ, while we were still helpless,
died at the appointed time for the ungodly.
Indeed, only with difficulty does one die for a just person,
though perhaps for a good person one might even find courage to die.
But God proves his love for us
in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to John
Jn 4:5-15, 19b-26, 39a, 40-42

Jesus came to a town of Samaria called Sychar,
near the plot of land that Jacob had given to his son Joseph.
Jacob’s well was there.
Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well.
It was about noon.
A woman of Samaria came to draw water.
Jesus said to her,
“Give me a drink.”
His disciples had gone into the town to buy food.
The Samaritan woman said to him,
“How can you, a Jew, ask me, a Samaritan woman, for a drink?”
—For Jews use nothing in common with Samaritans.—
Jesus answered and said to her,
“If you knew the gift of God
and who is saying to you, ‘Give me a drink, ‘
you would have asked him
and he would have given you living water.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, you do not even have a bucket and the cistern is deep;
where then can you get this living water?
Are you greater than our father Jacob,
who gave us this cistern and drank from it himself
with his children and his flocks?”
Jesus answered and said to her,
“Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again;
but whoever drinks the water I shall give will never thirst;
the water I shall give will become in him
a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, give me this water, so that I may not be thirstyor have to keep coming here to draw water.
“I can see that you are a prophet.
Our ancestors worshiped on this mountain;
but you people say that the place to worship is in Jerusalem.”
Jesus said to her,
“Believe me, woman, the hour is coming
when you will worship the Father
neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem.
You people worship what you do not understand;
we worship what we understand,
because salvation is from the Jews.
But the hour is coming, and is now here,
when true worshipers will worship the Father in Spirit and truth;
and indeed the Father seeks such people to worship him.
God is Spirit, and those who worship him
must worship in Spirit and truth.”
The woman said to him,
“I know that the Messiah is coming, the one called the Christ;
when he comes, he will tell us everything.”
Jesus said to her,
“I am he, the one who is speaking with you.”
Many of the Samaritans of that town began to believe in him.
When the Samaritans came to him,
they invited him to stay with them;
and he stayed there two days.
Many more began to believe in him because of his word,
and they said to the woman,
“We no longer believe because of your word;
for we have heard for ourselves,
and we know that this is truly the savior of the world.”

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Data15/03/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Primeira leitura

Leitura do Livro do Êxodo
17,3-7

Naqueles dias:
O povo, sedento de água, murmurava contra Moisés e
dizia: ‘Por que nos fizeste sair do Egito?
Foi para nos fazer morrer de sede,
a nós, nossos filhos e nosso gado?’
Moisés clamou ao Senhor, dizendo:
‘Que farei por este povo? Por pouco não me apedrejam!’
O Senhor disse a Moisés: ‘Passa adiante do povo
e leva contigo alguns anciãos de Israel.
Toma a tua vara com que feriste o rio Nilo e vai.
Eu estarei lá, diante de ti, sobre o rochedo,
no monte Horeb.
Ferirás a pedra e dela sairá água para o povo beber’.
Moisés assim fez na presença dos anciãos de Israel.
E deu àquele lugar o nome de Massa e Meriba,
por causa da disputa dos filhos de Israel
e porque tentaram o Senhor, dizendo:
‘O Senhor está no meio de nós, ou não?’

 

Segunda Leitura

Leitura da Carta de São Paulo aos Romanos
5,1-2.5-8

Irmãos:
Justificados pela fé, estamos em paz com Deus,
pela mediação do Senhor nosso, Jesus Cristo.
Por ele tivemos acesso, pela fé, a esta graça,
na qual estamos firmes e nos gloriamos,
na esperança da glória de Deus.
E a esperança não decepciona,
porque o amor de Deus foi derramado em nossos corações
pelo Espírito Santo que nos foi dado.
Com efeito, quando éramos ainda fracos,
Cristo morreu pelo ímpios, no tempo marcado.
Dificilmente alguém morrerá por um justo;
por uma pessoa muito boa,
talvez alguém se anime a morrer.
Pois bem, a prova de que Deus nos ama
é que Cristo morreu por nós,
quando éramos ainda pecadores.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Proclamação do Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo João
4,5-15.19b-26.39a.40-42Naquele tempo:
Jesus chegou a uma cidade da Samaria, chamada Sicar,
perto do terreno que Jacó tinha dado ao seu filho José.
Era aí que ficava o poço de Jacó.
Cansado da viagem, Jesus sentou-se junto ao poço.
Era por volta do meio-dia.
Chegou uma mulher da Samaria para tirar água.
Jesus lhe disse: ‘Dá-me de beber’.
Os discípulos tinham ido à cidade
para comprar alimentos.
A mulher samaritana disse então a Jesus:
‘Como é que tu, sendo judeu, pedes de beber
a mim, que sou uma mulher samaritana?’
De fato, os judeus não se dão com os samaritanos.
Respondeu-lhe Jesus:
‘Se tu conhecesses o dom de Deus
e quem é que te pede: ‘Dá-me de beber’,
tu mesma lhe pedirias a ele, e ele te daria água viva.’
A mulher disse a Jesus:
‘Senhor, nem sequer tens balde e o poço é fundo.
De onde vais tirar a água viva?
Por acaso, és maior que nosso pai Jacó,
que nos deu o poço e que dele bebeu,
como também seus filhos e seus animais?’
Respondeu Jesus:
‘Todo aquele que bebe desta água terá sede de novo.
Mas quem beber da água que eu lhe darei,
esse nunca mais terá sede.
E a água que eu lhe der se tornará nele uma fonte de
água que jorra para a vida eterna.’
A mulher disse a Jesus:
‘Senhor, dá-me dessa água, para que eu não tenha mais
sede e nem tenha de vir aqui para tirá-la.’
‘Senhor, vejo que és um profeta!’
Os nossos pais adoraram neste monte
mas vós dizeis que em Jerusalém é que se deve adorar’.
Disse-lhe Jesus: ‘Acredita-me, mulher:
está chegando a hora em que nem neste monte,
nem em Jerusalém adorareis o Pai.
Vós adorais o que não conheceis.
Nós adoramos o que conhecemos,
pois a salvação vem dos judeus.
Mas está chegando a hora, e é agora,
em que os verdadeiros adoradores
adorarão o Pai em espírito e verdade.
De fato, estes são os adoradores que o Pai procura.
Deus é espírito e aqueles que o adoram
devem adorá-lo em espírito e verdade.’
A mulher disse a Jesus:
‘Sei que o Messias (que se chama Cristo) vai chegar.
Quando ele vier, vai nos fazer conhecer todas as coisas’.
Disse-lhe Jesus:
‘Sou eu, que estou falando contigo’.
Muitos samaritanos daquela cidade abraçaram a fé em
Jesus.
Por isso, os samaritanos vieram ao encontro de Jesus
e pediram que permanecesse com eles.
Jesus permaneceu aí dois dias.
E muitos outros creram por causa da sua palavra.
E disseram à mulher:
‘Já não cremos por causa das tuas palavras,
pois nós mesmos ouvimos e sabemos,
que este é verdadeiramente o salvador do mundo.’

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Data15/03/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Primeira leitura

Leitura do Livro do Êxodo
17,3-7

Naqueles dias:
O povo, sedento de água, murmurava contra Moisés e
dizia: ‘Por que nos fizeste sair do Egito?
Foi para nos fazer morrer de sede,
a nós, nossos filhos e nosso gado?’
Moisés clamou ao Senhor, dizendo:
‘Que farei por este povo? Por pouco não me apedrejam!’
O Senhor disse a Moisés: ‘Passa adiante do povo
e leva contigo alguns anciãos de Israel.
Toma a tua vara com que feriste o rio Nilo e vai.
Eu estarei lá, diante de ti, sobre o rochedo,
no monte Horeb.
Ferirás a pedra e dela sairá água para o povo beber’.
Moisés assim fez na presença dos anciãos de Israel.
E deu àquele lugar o nome de Massa e Meriba,
por causa da disputa dos filhos de Israel
e porque tentaram o Senhor, dizendo:
‘O Senhor está no meio de nós, ou não?’

 

Segunda Leitura

Leitura da Carta de São Paulo aos Romanos
5,1-2.5-8

Irmãos:
Justificados pela fé, estamos em paz com Deus,
pela mediação do Senhor nosso, Jesus Cristo.
Por ele tivemos acesso, pela fé, a esta graça,
na qual estamos firmes e nos gloriamos,
na esperança da glória de Deus.
E a esperança não decepciona,
porque o amor de Deus foi derramado em nossos corações
pelo Espírito Santo que nos foi dado.
Com efeito, quando éramos ainda fracos,
Cristo morreu pelo ímpios, no tempo marcado.
Dificilmente alguém morrerá por um justo;
por uma pessoa muito boa,
talvez alguém se anime a morrer.
Pois bem, a prova de que Deus nos ama
é que Cristo morreu por nós,
quando éramos ainda pecadores.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Proclamação do Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo João
4,5-15.19b-26.39a.40-42

Naquele tempo:
Jesus chegou a uma cidade da Samaria, chamada Sicar,
perto do terreno que Jacó tinha dado ao seu filho José.
Era aí que ficava o poço de Jacó.
Cansado da viagem, Jesus sentou-se junto ao poço.
Era por volta do meio-dia.
Chegou uma mulher da Samaria para tirar água.
Jesus lhe disse: ‘Dá-me de beber’.
Os discípulos tinham ido à cidade
para comprar alimentos.
A mulher samaritana disse então a Jesus:
‘Como é que tu, sendo judeu, pedes de beber
a mim, que sou uma mulher samaritana?’
De fato, os judeus não se dão com os samaritanos.
Respondeu-lhe Jesus:
‘Se tu conhecesses o dom de Deus
e quem é que te pede: ‘Dá-me de beber’,
tu mesma lhe pedirias a ele, e ele te daria água viva.’
A mulher disse a Jesus:
‘Senhor, nem sequer tens balde e o poço é fundo.
De onde vais tirar a água viva?
Por acaso, és maior que nosso pai Jacó,
que nos deu o poço e que dele bebeu,
como também seus filhos e seus animais?’
Respondeu Jesus:
‘Todo aquele que bebe desta água terá sede de novo.
Mas quem beber da água que eu lhe darei,
esse nunca mais terá sede.
E a água que eu lhe der se tornará nele uma fonte de
água que jorra para a vida eterna.’
A mulher disse a Jesus:
‘Senhor, dá-me dessa água, para que eu não tenha mais
sede e nem tenha de vir aqui para tirá-la.’
‘Senhor, vejo que és um profeta!’
Os nossos pais adoraram neste monte
mas vós dizeis que em Jerusalém é que se deve adorar’.
Disse-lhe Jesus: ‘Acredita-me, mulher:
está chegando a hora em que nem neste monte,
nem em Jerusalém adorareis o Pai.
Vós adorais o que não conheceis.
Nós adoramos o que conhecemos,
pois a salvação vem dos judeus.
Mas está chegando a hora, e é agora,
em que os verdadeiros adoradores
adorarão o Pai em espírito e verdade.
De fato, estes são os adoradores que o Pai procura.
Deus é espírito e aqueles que o adoram
devem adorá-lo em espírito e verdade.’
A mulher disse a Jesus:
‘Sei que o Messias (que se chama Cristo) vai chegar.
Quando ele vier, vai nos fazer conhecer todas as coisas’.
Disse-lhe Jesus:
‘Sou eu, que estou falando contigo’.
Muitos samaritanos daquela cidade abraçaram a fé em
Jesus.
Por isso, os samaritanos vieram ao encontro de Jesus
e pediram que permanecesse com eles.
Jesus permaneceu aí dois dias.
E muitos outros creram por causa da sua palavra.
E disseram à mulher:
‘Já não cremos por causa das tuas palavras,
pois nós mesmos ouvimos e sabemos,
que este é verdadeiramente o salvador do mundo.’

 

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Date15/03/2020

READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Exodus
EX 17:3-7

In those days, in their thirst for water,
the people grumbled against Moses,
saying, “Why did you ever make us leave Egypt?
Was it just to have us die here of thirst
with our children and our livestock?”
So Moses cried out to the LORD,
“What shall I do with this people?
a little more and they will stone me!”
The LORD answered Moses,
“Go over there in front of the people,
along with some of the elders of Israel,
holding in your hand, as you go,
the staff with which you struck the river.
I will be standing there in front of you on the rock in Horeb.
Strike the rock, and the water will flow from it
for the people to drink.”
This Moses did, in the presence of the elders of Israel.
The place was called Massah and Meribah,
because the Israelites quarreled there
and tested the LORD, saying,
“Is the LORD in our midst or not?”

Second reading from the Letter of Saint Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:1-2, 5-8

Brothers and sisters:
Since we have been justified by faith,
we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ,
through whom we have gained access by faith
to this grace in which we stand,
and we boast in hope of the glory of God.
And hope does not disappoint,
because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.
For Christ, while we were still helpless,
died at the appointed time for the ungodly.
Indeed, only with difficulty does one die for a just person,
though perhaps for a good person one might even find courage to die.
But God proves his love for us
in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to John
Jn 4:5-15, 19b-26, 39a, 40-42

Jesus came to a town of Samaria called Sychar,
near the plot of land that Jacob had given to his son Joseph.
Jacob’s well was there.
Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well.
It was about noon.
A woman of Samaria came to draw water.
Jesus said to her,
“Give me a drink.”
His disciples had gone into the town to buy food.
The Samaritan woman said to him,
“How can you, a Jew, ask me, a Samaritan woman, for a drink?”
—For Jews use nothing in common with Samaritans.—
Jesus answered and said to her,
“If you knew the gift of God
and who is saying to you, ‘Give me a drink, ‘
you would have asked him
and he would have given you living water.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, you do not even have a bucket and the cistern is deep;
where then can you get this living water?
Are you greater than our father Jacob,
who gave us this cistern and drank from it himself
with his children and his flocks?”
Jesus answered and said to her,
“Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again;
but whoever drinks the water I shall give will never thirst;
the water I shall give will become in him
a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
The woman said to him,
“Sir, give me this water, so that I may not be thirsty

or have to keep coming here to draw water.
“I can see that you are a prophet.
Our ancestors worshiped on this mountain;
but you people say that the place to worship is in Jerusalem.”
Jesus said to her,
“Believe me, woman, the hour is coming
when you will worship the Father
neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem.
You people worship what you do not understand;
we worship what we understand,
because salvation is from the Jews.
But the hour is coming, and is now here,
when true worshipers will worship the Father in Spirit and truth;
and indeed the Father seeks such people to worship him.
God is Spirit, and those who worship him
must worship in Spirit and truth.”
The woman said to him,
“I know that the Messiah is coming, the one called the Christ;
when he comes, he will tell us everything.”
Jesus said to her,
“I am he, the one who is speaking with you.”
Many of the Samaritans of that town began to believe in him.
When the Samaritans came to him,
they invited him to stay with them;
and he stayed there two days.
Many more began to believe in him because of his word,
and they said to the woman,
“We no longer believe because of your word;
for we have heard for ourselves,
and we know that this is truly the savior of the world.”

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Date15/03/2020

LECTURE DU JOUR

PREMIÈRE LECTURE

Lecture du livre de l’Exode
(Ex 17, 3-7)

 

En ces jours-là,dans le désert, le peuple, manquant d’eau,souffrit de la soif.Il récrimina contre Moïse et dit :« Pourquoi nous as-tu fait monter d’Égypte ?Était-ce pour nous faire mourir de soifavec nos fils et nos troupeaux ? »Moïse cria vers le Seigneur :« Que vais-je faire de ce peuple ?Encore un peu, et ils me lapideront ! »Le Seigneur dit à Moïse :« Passe devant le peuple,emmène avec toi plusieurs des anciens d’Israël,prends en main le bâton avec lequel tu as frappé le Nil,et va !Moi, je serai là, devant toi,sur le rocher du mont Horeb.Tu frapperas le rocher,il en sortira de l’eau,et le peuple boira ! »Et Moïse fit ainsi sous les yeux des anciens d’Israël.Il donna à ce lieu le nom de Massa (c’est-à-dire : Épreuve)et Mériba (c’est-à-dire : Querelle),parce que les fils d’Israël avaient cherché querelle au Seigneur,et parce qu’ils l’avaient mis à l’épreuve, en disant :« Le Seigneur est-il au milieu de nous,oui ou non ? »


DEUXIÈME LECTURE

 

Lecture de la lettre de saint Paul Apôtre aux Romains
(Rm 5, 1-2.5-8)

Frères,
nous qui sommes devenus justes par la foi,
nous voici en paix avec Dieu
par notre Seigneur Jésus Christ,
lui qui nous a donné, par la foi,
l’accès à cette grâce
dans laquelle nous sommes établis ;
et nous mettons notre fierté
dans l’espérance d’avoir part à la gloire de Dieu.
Et l’espérance ne déçoit pas,
puisque l’amour de Dieu a été répandu dans nos cœurs
par l’Esprit Saint qui nous a été donné.
Alors que nous n’étions encore capables de rien,
le Christ, au temps fixé par Dieu,
est mort pour les impies que nous étions.
Accepter de mourir pour un homme juste,
c’est déjà difficile ;
peut-être quelqu’un s’exposerait-il à mourir pour un homme de bien.
Or, la preuve que Dieu nous aime,
c’est que le Christ est mort pour nous,
alors que nous étions encore pécheurs.

ÉVANGILE DU JOUR

Évangile de Jésus Christ selon saint Jean
(Jn 4, 5-15.19b-26.39a.40-42)

En ce temps-là,
Jésus arriva à une ville de Samarie, appelée Sykar,
près du terrain que Jacob avait donné à son fils Joseph.
Là se trouvait le puits de Jacob.
Jésus, fatigué par la route, s’était donc assis près de la source.
C’était la sixième heure, environ midi.
Arrive une femme de Samarie, qui venait puiser de l’eau.
Jésus lui dit :
« Donne-moi à boire. »
– En effet, ses disciples étaient partis à la ville
pour acheter des provisions.
La Samaritaine lui dit :
« Comment ! Toi, un Juif, tu me demandes à boire,
à moi, une Samaritaine ? »
– En effet, les Juifs ne fréquentent pas les Samaritains.
Jésus lui répondit :
« Si tu savais le don de Dieu
et qui est celui qui te dit : ‘Donne-moi à boire’,
c’est toi qui lui aurais demandé,
et il t’aurait donné de l’eau vive. »
Elle lui dit :
« Seigneur, tu n’as rien pour puiser,
et le puits est profond.
D’où as-tu donc cette eau vive ?
Serais-tu plus grand que notre père Jacob
qui nous a donné ce puits,
et qui en a bu lui-même, avec ses fils et ses bêtes ? »
Jésus lui répondit :
« Quiconque boit de cette eau
aura de nouveau soif ;
mais celui qui boira de l’eau que moi je lui donnerai
n’aura plus jamais soif ;
et l’eau que je lui donnerai
deviendra en lui une source d’eau
jaillissant pour la vie éternelle. »
La femme lui dit :
« Seigneur, donne-moi de cette eau,
que je n’aie plus soif,
et que je n’aie plus à venir ici pour puiser.
Je vois que tu es un prophète !…
Eh bien ! Nos pères ont adoré sur la montagne qui est là,
et vous, les Juifs, vous dites
que le lieu où il faut adorer est à Jérusalem. »
Jésus lui dit :
« Femme, crois-moi :
l’heure vient
où vous n’irez plus ni sur cette montagne ni à Jérusalem
pour adorer le Père.
Vous, vous adorez ce que vous ne connaissez pas ;
nous, nous adorons ce que nous connaissons,
car le salut vient des Juifs.
Mais l’heure vient – et c’est maintenant –
où les vrais adorateurs
adoreront le Père en esprit et vérité :
tels sont les adorateurs que recherche le Père.
Dieu est esprit,
et ceux qui l’adorent,
c’est en esprit et vérité qu’ils doivent l’adorer. »
La femme lui dit :
« Je sais qu’il vient, le Messie,
celui qu’on appelle Christ.
Quand il viendra,
c’est lui qui nous fera connaître toutes choses. »
Jésus lui dit :
« Je le suis,
moi qui te parle. »Beaucoup de Samaritains de cette ville crurent en Jésus.
Lorsqu’ils arrivèrent auprès de lui,
ils l’invitèrent à demeurer chez eux.
Il y demeura deux jours.
Ils furent encore beaucoup plus nombreux à croire
à cause de sa parole à lui,
et ils disaient à la femme :
« Ce n’est plus à cause de ce que tu nous as dit
que nous croyons :
nous-mêmes, nous l’avons entendu,
et nous savons que c’est vraiment lui
le Sauveur du monde. »

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Datum15/03/2020

TAGESLESUNG

Lesung aus dem Buch Exodus
Ex 17, 3-7

In jenen Tagen
dürstete das Volk nach Wasser und murrte gegen Mose. Sie sagten: Warum hast du uns überhaupt aus Ägypten hierher geführt? Um uns, unsere Söhne und unser Vieh verdursten zu lassen?
Mose schrie zum Herrn: Was soll ich mit diesem Volk anfangen? Es fehlt nur wenig, und sie steinigen mich.
Der Herr antwortete Mose: Geh am Volk vorbei, und nimm einige von den Ältesten Israels mit; nimm auch den Stab in die Hand, mit dem du auf den Nil geschlagen hast, und geh!
Dort drüben auf dem Felsen am Horeb werde ich vor dir stehen. Dann schlag an den Felsen! Es wird Wasser herauskommen, und das Volk kann trinken. Das tat Mose vor den Augen der Ältesten Israels.
Den Ort nannte er Massa und Meriba (Probe und Streit), weil die Israeliten Streit begonnen und den Herrn auf die Probe gestellt hatten, indem sie sagten: Ist der Herr in unserer Mitte oder nicht?


Zweite Lesung

Lesung aus dem Brief des Apostels Paulus an die Römer
Röm 5, 1-2.5-8

Brüder!
Gerecht gemacht aus Glauben, haben wir Frieden mit Gott durch Jesus Christus, unseren Herrn.
Durch ihn haben wir auch den Zugang zu der Gnade erhalten, in der wir stehen, und rühmen uns unserer Hoffnung auf die Herrlichkeit Gottes.
Die Hoffnung aber lässt nicht zugrunde gehen; denn die Liebe Gottes ist ausgegossen in unsere Herzen durch den Heiligen Geist, der uns gegeben ist.
Christus ist schon zu der Zeit, da wir noch schwach und gottlos waren, für uns gestorben.
Dabei wird nur schwerlich jemand für einen Gerechten sterben; vielleicht wird er jedoch für einen guten Menschen sein Leben wagen.
Gott aber hat seine Liebe zu uns darin erwiesen, dass Christus für uns gestorben ist, als wir noch Sünder waren.

EVANGELIUM VOM TAG

Aus dem heiligen Evangelium nach Johannes
Joh 4, 5-42

In jener Zeit
kam Jesus zu einem Ort in Samarien, der Sychar hieß und nahe bei dem Grundstück lag, das Jakob seinem Sohn Josef vermacht hatte.
Dort befand sich der Jakobsbrunnen. Jesus war müde von der Reise und setzte sich daher an den Brunnen; es war um die sechste Stunde.
Da kam eine samaritische Frau, um Wasser zu schöpfen. Jesus sagte zu ihr: Gib mir zu trinken!
Seine Jünger waren nämlich in den Ort gegangen, um etwas zum Essen zu kaufen.
Die samaritische Frau sagte zu ihm: Wie kannst du als Jude mich, eine Samariterin, um Wasser bitten? Die Juden verkehren nämlich nicht mit den Samaritern.
Jesus antwortete ihr: Wenn du wüsstest, worin die Gabe Gottes besteht und wer es ist, der zu dir sagt: Gib mir zu trinken!, dann hättest du ihn gebeten, und er hätte dir lebendiges Wasser gegeben.
Sie sagte zu ihm: Herr, du hast kein Schöpfgefäß, und der Brunnen ist tief; woher hast du also das lebendige Wasser?
Bist du etwa größer als unser Vater Jakob, der uns den Brunnen gegeben und selbst daraus getrunken hat, wie seine Söhne und seine Herden?
Jesus antwortete ihr: Wer von diesem Wasser trinkt, wird wieder Durst bekommen;
wer aber von dem Wasser trinkt, das ich ihm geben werde, wird niemals mehr Durst haben; vielmehr wird das Wasser, das ich ihm gebe, in ihm zur sprudelnden Quelle werden, deren Wasser ewiges Leben schenkt.
Da sagte die Frau zu ihm: Herr, gib mir dieses Wasser, damit ich keinen Durst mehr habe und nicht mehr hierher kommen muss, um Wasser zu schöpfen.
Er sagte zu ihr: Geh, ruf deinen Mann, und komm wieder her!
Die Frau antwortete: Ich habe keinen Mann. Jesus sagte zu ihr: Du hast richtig gesagt: Ich habe keinen Mann.
Denn fünf Männer hast du gehabt, und der, den du jetzt hast, ist nicht dein Mann. Damit hast du die Wahrheit gesagt.
Die Frau sagte zu ihm: Herr, ich sehe, dass du ein Prophet bist.
Unsere Väter haben auf diesem Berg Gott angebetet; ihr aber sagt, in Jerusalem sei die Stätte, wo man anbeten muss.
Jesus sprach zu ihr: Glaube mir, Frau, die Stunde kommt, zu der ihr weder auf diesem Berg noch in Jerusalem den Vater anbeten werdet.
Ihr betet an, was ihr nicht kennt, wir beten an, was wir kennen; denn das Heil kommt von den Juden.
Aber die Stunde kommt, und sie ist schon da, zu der die wahren Beter den Vater anbeten werden im Geist und in der Wahrheit; denn so will der Vater angebetet werden.
Gott ist Geist, und alle, die ihn anbeten, müssen im Geist und in der Wahrheit anbeten.
Die Frau sagte zu ihm: Ich weiß, dass der Messias kommt, das ist: der Gesalbte – Christus. Wenn er kommt, wird er uns alles verkünden.
Da sagte Jesus zu ihr: Ich bin es, ich, der mit dir spricht.
Inzwischen waren seine Jünger zurückgekommen. Sie wunderten sich, dass er mit einer Frau sprach, aber keiner sagte: Was willst du?, oder: Was redest du mit ihr?
Da ließ die Frau ihren Wasserkrug stehen, eilte in den Ort und sagte zu den Leuten:
Kommt her, seht, da ist ein Mann, der mir alles gesagt hat, was ich getan habe: Ist er vielleicht der Messias?
Da liefen sie hinaus aus dem Ort und gingen zu Jesus.
Währenddessen drängten ihn seine Jünger: Rabbi, iss!
Er aber sagte zu ihnen: Ich lebe von einer Speise, die ihr nicht kennt.
Da sagten die Jünger zueinander: Hat ihm jemand etwas zu essen gebracht?
Jesus sprach zu ihnen: Meine Speise ist es, den Willen dessen zu tun, der mich gesandt hat, und sein Werk zu Ende zu führen.
Sagt ihr nicht: Noch vier Monate dauert es bis zur Ernte? Ich aber sage euch: Blickt umher und seht, dass die Felder weiß sind, reif zur Ernte.
Schon empfängt der Schnitter seinen Lohn und sammelt Frucht für das ewige Leben, so dass sich der Sämann und der Schnitter gemeinsam freuen.
Denn hier hat das Sprichwort recht: Einer sät, und ein anderer erntet.
Ich habe euch gesandt, zu ernten, wofür ihr nicht gearbeitet habt; andere haben gearbeitet, und ihr erntet die Frucht ihrer Arbeit.
Viele Samariter aus jenem Ort kamen zum Glauben an Jesus auf das Wort der Frau hin, die bezeugt hatte: Er hat mir alles gesagt, was ich getan habe.
Als die Samariter zu ihm kamen, baten sie ihn, bei ihnen zu bleiben; und er blieb dort zwei Tage.
Und noch viel mehr Leute kamen zum Glauben an ihn aufgrund seiner eigenen Worte.
Und zu der Frau sagten sie: Nicht mehr aufgrund deiner Aussage glauben wir, sondern weil wir ihn selbst gehört haben und nun wissen: Er ist wirklich der Retter der Welt.

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Data15/03/2020

LETTURA DEL GIORNO

Prima Lettura

Dal libro dell’Èsodo
Es 17,3-7

In quei giorni, il popolo soffriva la sete per mancanza di acqua; il popolo mormorò contro Mosè e disse: «Perché ci hai fatto salire dall’Egitto per far morire di sete noi, i nostri figli e il nostro bestiame?». Allora Mosè gridò al Signore, dicendo: «Che cosa farò io per questo popolo? Ancora un poco e mi lapideranno!». Il Signore disse a Mosè: «Passa davanti al popolo e prendi con te alcuni anziani d’Israele. Prendi in mano il bastone con cui hai percosso il Nilo, e va’! Ecco, io starò davanti a te là sulla roccia, sull’Oreb; tu batterai sulla roccia: ne uscirà acqua e il popolo berrà». Mosè fece così, sotto gli occhi degli anziani d’Israele. E chiamò quel luogo Massa e Merìba, a causa della protesta degli Israeliti e perché misero alla prova il Signore, dicendo: «Il Signore è in mezzo a noi sì o no?».

 

Seconda Lettura

Dalla lettera di san Paolo apostolo ai Romani
Rm 5,1-2.5-8

Fratelli, giustificati per fede, noi siamo in pace con Dio per mezzo del Signore nostro Gesù Cristo. Per mezzo di lui abbiamo anche, mediante la fede, l’accesso a questa grazia nella quale ci troviamo e ci vantiamo, saldi nella speranza della gloria di Dio. La speranza poi non delude, perché l’amore di Dio è stato riversato nei nostri cuori per mezzo dello Spirito Santo che ci è stato dato. Infatti, quando eravamo ancora deboli, nel tempo stabilito Cristo morì per gli empi. Ora, a stento qualcuno è disposto a morire per un giusto; forse qualcuno oserebbe morire per una persona buona. Ma Dio dimostra il suo amore verso di noi nel fatto che, mentre eravamo ancora peccatori, Cristo è morto per noi.

VANGELO DEL GIORNO

Dal Vangelo secondo Giovanni
Gv 4, 5-15.19b-26.39a.40-42
 

In quel tempo, Gesù giunse a una città della Samarìa chiamata Sicar, vicina al terreno che Giacobbe aveva dato a Giuseppe suo figlio: qui c’era un pozzo di Giacobbe. Gesù dunque, affaticato per il viaggio, sedeva presso il pozzo. Era circa mezzogiorno. Giunge una donna samaritana ad attingere acqua. Le dice Gesù: «Dammi da bere». I suoi discepoli erano andati in città a fare provvista di cibi. Allora la donna samaritana gli dice: «Come mai tu, che sei giudeo, chiedi da bere a me, che sono una donna samaritana?».
I Giudei infatti non hanno rapporti con i Samaritani. Gesù le risponde: «Se tu conoscessi il dono di Dio e chi è colui che ti dice: Dammi da bere!, tu avresti chiesto a lui ed egli ti avrebbe dato acqua viva». Gli dice la donna: «Signore, non hai un secchio e il pozzo è profondo; da dove prendi dunque quest’acqua viva? Sei tu forse più grande del nostro padre Giacobbe, che ci diede il pozzo e ne bevve lui con i suoi figli e il suo bestiame?».
Gesù le risponde: «Chiunque beve di quest’acqua avrà di nuovo sete; ma chi berrà dell’acqua che io gli darò, non avrà più sete in eterno. Anzi, l’acqua che io gli darò diventerà in lui una sorgente d’acqua che zampilla per la vita eterna». «Signore – gli dice la donna -, dammi quest’acqua, perché io non abbia più sete e non continui a venire qui ad attingere acqua. Vedo che tu sei un profeta! I nostri padri hanno adorato su questo monte; voi invece dite che è a Gerusalemme il luogo in cui bisogna adorare».
Gesù le dice: «Credimi, donna, viene l’ora in cui né su questo monte né a Gerusalemme adorerete il Padre. Voi adorate ciò che non conoscete, noi adoriamo ciò che conosciamo, perché la salvezza viene dai Giudei. Ma viene l’ora – ed è questa – in cui i veri adoratori adoreranno il Padre in spirito e verità: così infatti il Padre vuole che siano quelli che lo adorano. Dio è spirito, e quelli che lo adorano devono adorare in spirito e verità». Gli rispose la donna: «So che deve venire il Messia, chiamato Cristo: quando egli verrà, ci annuncerà ogni cosa».
Le dice Gesù: «Sono io, che parlo con te». Molti Samaritani di quella città credettero in lui. E quando giunsero da lui, lo pregavano di rimanere da loro ed egli rimase là due giorni. Molti di più credettero per la sua parola e alla donna dicevano: «Non è più per i tuoi discorsi che noi crediamo, ma perché noi stessi abbiamo udito e sappiamo che questi è veramente il salvatore del mondo».

 

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