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English – 29/11/2020

From the Gospel according to Mark

MK 13:33-37

Italiano – 29/11/2020
Dal libro del profeta Isaìa
Is 63,16b-17.19b; 64,2-7
 Dal Vangelo secondo Marco
Mc 13,33-37


Velad, pues no sabéis cuándo vendrá el señor de la casa
Lectura del santo Evangelio según san Marcos 13, 33-37

En aquel tiempo, dijo Jesús a sus discípulos:
«Estad atentos, vigilad: pues no sabéis cuándo es el momento.

Es igual que un hombre que se fue de viaje y dejó su casa y dio a cada uno de sus criados su tarea, encargando al portero que velara.

Velad entonces, pues no sabéis cuándo vendrá el señor de la casa, si al atardecer, o a medianoche, o
al canto del gallo, o al amanecer; no sea que venga inesperadamente y os encuentre dormidos.

Lo que os digo a vosotros lo digo a todos: ¡Velad!»

Palabra del Señor



First reading from the Book of Isaiah
IS 63:16B-17, 19B; 64:2-7

You, LORD, are our father,
our redeemer you are named forever.
Why do you let us wander, O LORD, from your ways,
and harden our hearts so that we fear you not?
Return for the sake of your servants,
the tribes of your heritage.
Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down,
with the mountains quaking before you,
while you wrought awesome deeds we could not hope for,
such as they had not heard of from of old.
No ear has ever heard, no eye ever seen, any God but you
doing such deeds for those who wait for him.
Would that you might meet us doing right,
that we were mindful of you in our ways!
Behold, you are angry, and we are sinful;
all of us have become like unclean people,
all our good deeds are like polluted rags;
we have all withered like leaves,
and our guilt carries us away like the wind.
There is none who calls upon your name,
who rouses himself to cling to you;
for you have hidden your face from us
and have delivered us up to our guilt.
Yet, O LORD, you are our father;
we are the clay and you the potter:
we are all the work of your hands.

The Word of the God.

Psalm 79, 2ac y 3b. 15-16. 18-19

Second reading from the Letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians
1 COR 1:3-9

Brothers and sisters:

Grace to you and peace from God our Father

and the Lord Jesus Christ.

I give thanks to my God always on your account
for the grace of God bestowed on you in Christ Jesus,
that in him you were enriched in every way,
with all discourse and all knowledge,
as the testimony to Christ was confirmed among you,
so that you are not lacking in any spiritual gift
as you wait for the revelation of our Lord Jesus Christ.
He will keep you firm to the end,
irreproachable on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ.
God is faithful,
and by him you were called to fellowship with his Son,
Jesus Christ our Lord.

The Word of the God.

Aleluya Sal 84, 8

R. Aleluya, aleluya, aleluya.


English – 29/11/2020



From the Gospel according to Mark
MK 13:33-37

From the Gospel according to Mark
MK 13:33-37

Jesus said to his disciples:
“Be watchful! Be alert!
You do not know when the time will come.
It is like a man traveling abroad.
He leaves home and places his servants in charge,
each with his own work,
and orders the gatekeeper to be on the watch.
Watch, therefore;
you do not know when the Lord of the house is coming,
whether in the evening, or at midnight,
or at cockcrow, or in the morning.
May he not come suddenly and find you sleeping.
What I say to you, I say to all: ‘Watch!’”

Lord’s Word.


 29 November

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.


One of countless martyrs during the early centuries of Christianity, St Saturninus was originally from Carthage. An inscription by Pope St Damasus records that, on account of his faith, he was exiled to Rome under the Emperor Decius. He was martyred in 304 by order of the Emperor Maximian.