10/05/2020 – BIBLE – THE GLOBAL WORD OF THE DAY – Monday of the 27nd week in Ordinary Time. – BIBLIA – LA PALABRA GLOBAL DEL DÍA – 05/10/2020 – Lunes de la 27ª semana de Tiempo – Témporas de acción de gracias y de petición. – LAGO MCDONALD – NORTE AMÉRICA

EVANGELIO

Arrendará la viña a otros labradores.

Lectura del santo Evangelio según Lucas 10, 25-37

En aquel tiempo, se presentó ante Jesús un doctor de la ley para ponerlo a prueba y le preguntó: “Maestro, ¿qué debo hacer para conseguir la vida eterna?” Jesús le dijo: “¿Qué es lo que está escrito en la ley? ¿Qué lees en ella?” El doctor de la ley contestó: “Amarás al Señor tu Dios, con todo tu corazón, con toda tu alma, con todas tus fuerzas y con todo tu ser, y a tu prójimo como a ti mismo”. Jesús le dijo: “Has contestado bien; si haces eso, vivirás”.

El doctor de la ley, para justificarse, le preguntó a Jesús: “¿Y quién es mi prójimo?” Jesús le dijo: “Un hombre que bajaba por el camino de Jerusalén a Jericó, cayó en manos de unos ladrones, los cuales lo robaron, lo hirieron y lo dejaron medio muerto. Sucedió que por el mismo camino bajaba un sacerdote, el cual lo vio y pasó de largo. De igual modo, un levita que pasó por ahí, lo vio y siguió adelante. Pero un samaritano que iba de viaje, al verlo, se compadeció de él, se le acercó, ungió sus heridas con aceite y vino y se las vendó; luego lo puso sobre su cabalgadura, lo llevó a un mesón y cuidó de él. Al día siguiente sacó dos denarios, se los dio al dueño del mesón y le dijo: ‘Cuida de él y lo que gastes de más, te lo pagaré a mi regreso’.

¿Cuál de estos tres te parece que se portó como prójimo?

Palabra del Señor.

LAGO MACDONALD

NORTE AMÉRICA

SANTOS DEL DÍA

05 de octubre

Santa Faustina KowalskaS. Faustina Kowalska, Santuario de San Juan Pablo II en Cracovia 

Santa Faustina Kowalska, la gran apostolada de la Divina Misericordia, nace el 25 de agosto de 1905, en Polonia, en el pequeño pueblo de Glogowiec. Sus padres, Marianna y Stalisnao Kowalski, humildes campesinos y fervientes cristianos, le trasmiten una fe profunda y autentica. Bautizada con el nombre de Elena, la santa, ya a la edad de siete años advierte la llamada a la vida religiosa pero, no teniendo el consentimiento de sus padres, no puede cumplirla. La tercera de diez hijos, Sor Faustina abandona la escuela después de casi tres años y comienza a trabajar como doméstica en la casa de algunas familias adineradas para poder mantener y ayudar a su familia. A los 20 años madura definitivamente la elección de la vida religiosa, impulsada por una visión de Cristo sufriente que le dice: “¿Cuánto tiempo te deberé soportar aún? ¿Hasta cuándo me engañarás?”

El 10 de agosto de 1925 entra en el Convento de las Monjas de la Beata Virgen María de la Misericordia, en Varsovia, y elige el nombre de Sor María Faustina. Pasa trece años de vida religiosa  en el interior de varios conventos de la congregación, trabajando como cocinera, jardinera y portera. Trabajos realizados con dedicación y humildad y con una actitud de confidencialidad y disponibilidad. Abundantes son las gracias que el Señor le dona, de las cuales los estigmas son la señal visible más evidente. Numerosas, también, las revelaciones y las visiones que, como le sugirieron sus padres confesores, la santa anota en su diario, hoy traducido en numerosos idiomas. Muere con tan sólo 33 años, el 5 de octubre de 1938, en Cracovia, consumida por la tuberculosis.

La secretaria de la Divina Misericordia

El 22 de febrero de 1931 anota en su diario: “Estando en mi celda vi al Señor Jesús vestido con una túnica blanca: una mano levantada para bendecir, mientras la otra tocaba su pecho la túnica ligeramente entreabierta que dejaba salir los dos grandes rayos, uno rojo y otro pálido (…). Un instante después, Jesús me dice: “Pinta una imagen según el modelo que ves, y que debajo esté escrito: Jesús, confío en ti. Deseo que esta imagen sea venerada primero en vuestra capilla, y después en el mundo entero. Prometo que el alma que venere esta imagen, no perecerá… porque yo mismo la defenderé como  mi propia gloria” (D. 47-48).

La imagen es pintada y tiene una gran difusión, junto a otras nuevas formas de culto de la Divina Misericordia que Jesús mismo pide a Sor Faustina de divulgar: la fiesta de la Divina Misericordia en el primer domingo después de Pascua, la Coronilla de la Divina Misericordia y la oración a la hora de la Misericordia (15:00).

A la humilde religiosa polaca, que amaba llamar secretaria de mi misterio más profundo, Jesús encomienda su mensaje de amor para cada hombre: “En el Antiguo Testamento enviaba a los profetas con truenos a mi pueblo. Hoy te envío a ti a toda la humanidad con mi Misericordia. No quiero castigar a la humanidad que sufre, pero quiero sanarla y sostenerla en mi corazón misericordioso” (D. 522).

La devoción de Mons. Wojtyla

La devoción a Jesús misericordioso conoce una rápida difusión en Polonia inmediatamente después de la muerte de Sor Faustina. En los años sesenta, el entonces arzobispo de Cracovia, Karol Wojtyla, promueve el proceso informativo relativo a su vida y a sus virtudes. Ya siendo Papa, Juan Pablo II la proclama Beata el 18 de abril de 1993 y santa el 30 de abril del 2000, anunciando, en esta misma fecha, la institución del Domingo de la Divina Misericordia. Fue precisamente en la vigilia de esta fiesta, el 2 de abril de 2005, cuando el Papa polaco alcanzó la casa del Padre. Fue una de los santos patrones del Jubileo de la Misericordia iniciado por Papa Francisco.

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NORTE AMÉRICA

05/10/2020

 

LETTURA DEL GIORNO

ENGLISH

BIBLE

THE GLOBAL WORD OF THE DAY

10/05/2020 – Monday of the 27nd week in Ordinary Time.

READINGS OF THE DAY

 A reading from the Letter of St. Paul to the Galatians
GAL 1:6-12

Brothers and sisters:
I am amazed that you are so quickly forsaking
the one who called you by the grace of Christ
for a different gospel (not that there is another).
But there are some who are disturbing you
and wish to pervert the Gospel of Christ.
But even if we or an angel from heaven
should preach to you a gospel
other than the one that we preached to you,
let that one be accursed!
As we have said before, and now I say again,
if anyone preaches to you a gospel
other than the one that you received,
let that one be accursed!

Am I now currying favor with human beings or God?
Or am I seeking to please people?
If I were still trying to please people,
I would not be a slave of Christ.

Now I want you to know, brothers and sisters,
that the Gospel preached by me is not of human origin.
For I did not receive it from a human being, nor was I taught it,
but it came through a revelation of Jesus Christ.

The word of the God.

Psal. 1 Crón 29, 10bc. 11abc. 11d-12a. 12bcd

Aleluya Jn 10, 27

R. Aleluya, aleluya, aleluya.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Luke
LK 10:25-37

There was a scholar of the law who stood up to test Jesus and said,
“Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?”
Jesus said to him, “What is written in the law?
How do you read it?”
He said in reply,
“You shall love the Lord, your God,
with all your heart,
with all your being,
with all your strength,
and with all your mind,
and your neighbor as yourself.”
He replied to him, “You have answered correctly;
do this and you will live.”

But because he wished to justify himself, he said to Jesus,
“And who is my neighbor?”
Jesus replied,
“A man fell victim to robbers
as he went down from Jerusalem to Jericho.
They stripped and beat him and went off leaving him half-dead.
A priest happened to be going down that road,
but when he saw him, he passed by on the opposite side.
Likewise a Levite came to the place,
and when he saw him, he passed by on the opposite side.
But a Samaritan traveler who came upon him
was moved with compassion at the sight.
He approached the victim,
poured oil and wine over his wounds and bandaged them.
Then he lifted him up on his own animal,
took him to an inn, and cared for him.
The next day he took out two silver coins
and gave them to the innkeeper with the instruction,
‘Take care of him.
If you spend more than what I have given you,
I shall repay you on my way back.’
Which of these three, in your opinion,
was neighbor to the robbers’ victim?”
He answered, “The one who treated him with mercy.”
Jesus said to him, “Go and do likewise.”

Lord’s word.

SAINT OF THE DAY

Date 05 October

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.

Santa Faustina KowalskaSt. Faustina Kowalska, Sanctuary of St. John Paul II in Krakow 

Saint Faustina Kowalska, the great apostle of Divine Mercy, was born August 25, 1905, in Poland, in the small village of Glogowiec. Her parents, Marianna and Stanislao Kowalski, humble peasants and fervent Christians, convey a deep and authentic faith. Baptized by the name of Helena, the saint already at the age of seven perceived the call to religious life, but, without the consent of the parents, could not pursue it. The third of ten children, Helena left school after three years and began working as a domestic in some wealthy households, to help maintain her own family. Aged 20, driven by a vision of suffering Christ who says to her, “How long will I have to bear you? As long as you trick me?” she decides to enter religious life.

On 10 August, 1925, she entered the Convent of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy in Warsaw, and took the name of Sister Maria Faustina. She spent thirteen years of religious life in various convents of the congregation, working as a cook, gardener and porter. She went about her work with dedication and humility, in an attitude of discretion and willing readiness. Abundant were the graces that the Lord gave her, of which His stigmata were the most visible sign. There were also numerous revelations and visions that, as suggested by her confessors, she recorded in her Diary, which is now translated into many languages. She died only 33 years old, October 5, 1938, in Krakow, consumed by tuberculosis.

The “secretary” of Divine Mercy

On February 22, 1931, St. Faustina noted in her Diary: “In my cell, I saw the Lord Jesus dressed in white: a hand raised to bless, while the other touched on his chest the slightly opened border of his robe, letting escape two great rays out: one red the other pale… After a while, Jesus said to me, ‘Paint an image according to the model you see, with these words written: Jesus, I trust in You. I wish this image to be venerated first in your chapel, and then in the whole world. I promise that the soul that will venerate this image will not perish … because I myself will defend it as my own glory. (D.47-48)’”

The image was painted, and came to enjoy great diffusion, along with other new forms of devotion to the Divine Mercy that Jesus himself asks Sister Faustina to spread: the feast of Divine Mercy on the first Sunday after Easter, the Divine Mercy Chaplet, and Prayer at the Hour of Mercy (3 pm).

To the humble Polish nun, whom Jesus liked to call secretary of my deepest mystery, Our Lord entrusted His message of love to every man. “In the Old Testament I sent the prophets with lightning to my people,” she records Him as having told her, “today I send you to the whole world, to all humanity with my mercy. I do not want to punish suffering humanity, but I want to heal and bind them fast to my merciful heart. (D.252)”

The devotion of Archbishop Wojtyla

Devotion to Merciful Jesus knew a rapid spread in Poland just after the death of Sister Faustina. In the 1960s, the then-Archbishop of Krakow, Karol Wojtyla, promoted the the spread of knowledge about her life and virtues. As Pope John Paul II, he proclaimed her blessed on April 18, 1993 and Saint on April 30, 2000, announcing on the same date the establishment of the Sunday of Divine Mercy. It was just on the eve of this feast, on April 2, 2005, that the Polish Pope reached the House of the Father. St. Faustina was among the patrons of the Jubilee of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis.

PRAYERS

PAST DAYS

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