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Liturgy for every Sunday and Major Feastdays

November 1st:

23rd Sunday after Pentecost:

24th Sunday after Pentecost:

25th Sunday after Pentecost:

1st Sunday in Advent:

November 29:

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  • The liturgical texts are updated according to the current time.

During the month of May, especially dedicated to honouring Mary Mother of God and our Mother, let us offer Her our hymns and prayers:


3rd Sunday after Easter:


May 3rd:


4th Sunday after Easter:


May 13:


5th Sunday after Easter:


Three Days before the Ascension:


The Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ:


Day after Ascension:


Sunday after the Ascension:


Sunday of Pentecost:


May 31 – Mary, Queen of the World:

Week in the Octave of Pentecost:


Sunday after Pentecost:


Solemn Feast of Jesus Host:


Sunday after Corpus Christi:


Friday after the Octave of Corpus Christi:


Third Sunday after Pentecost:


June 24:


Thursday following the Feast of the Sacred Heart:


Fourth Sunday after Pentecost:

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost


Sixth Sunday after Pentecost


Seventh Sunday after Pentecost


Eighth Sunday after Pentecost


July 26 – Feast of Saint Anne

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost


Tenth Sunday after Pentecost


August 15


Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost


Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost


Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost:

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost:

Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost:

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost:

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost:


Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost:


Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost:


Last Sunday of October:

Sunday, Day of the Lord, is especially dedicated to the Holy Trinity, who dwells in souls in a state of grace and conformity to His Will.

MASS of the day: See opposite column



Monday is especially dedicated to honoring the Holy Spirit, whose role is to enlighten and sanctify our souls.


Tuesday is dedicated to the Holy Angels and Archangels. God gives every soul a Guardian Angel, who protects us from all evil, inspires and guides us to do good and avoid sin. –Saint Michael the Archangel is the powerful defender of God’s Rights and our great Protector against Satan.


Wednesday is the day dedicated to Saint Joseph, the Foster Father of Jesus. He fulfilled his mission as head of the Holy Family so well that he is the perfect patron of all fathers. He knows how to provide for every one of our needs when we invoke him with confidence.


Thursday is reserved to honour Jesus in His Eucharist. Let’s console Him for all the insults He receives from His ungrateful children. Let us multiply today the acts of love and Spiritual Communions.


On Fridays we commemorate the Sufferings and Death of Jesus our Redeemer. Let us thank Jesus for saving us through His Sufferings and especially thank Him for sharing the treasure of His Cross with us.



Saturday is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God and our Good Mother. Let us take advantage of this day to renew our surrender into Her hands. Let us entrust to Her our desires, our worries, our sufferings, our efforts. Mediatrix of all graces, Her love can obtain everything for us.