Reading God's Word 2013-2014 - Daily Mass Readings for Year Aby Kathleen Furman
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The most thorough and convenient resource of its kind available, of Reading God's Word is an ideal resource for anyone needing ready access to all daily and Sunday Scripture Readings for Church Year A, 2014. The Church's official New American Bible lectionary texts for Mass are presented in a convenient easy-to-read format. Your lectors will find it a useful tool as part of their preparation to proclaim God's Word at Mass. It is also helpful for homily preparation, for classroom teachers for school liturgies, and for individual personal prayer, Scripture study and reflection. It is the perfect companion for Living Faith Daily Devotions. Alternate Readings are included for some Sundays and feast days.
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As a catechist (teacher) in the church I often find myself wanting to refer back to the gospel from the previous Sunday mass when I am working with the children in my class. This makes it very easy for me to do that so I am not always flipping around in a Missal to find the scriptures I am looking for. Instead with this on my Nook I can open it and go right to the scripture. As an added bonus when we miss mass we can still read the gospel so that we are sharing it with our family. I would recommend this to any Catholic who wants to be able to read along with the mass.
The booklet could be very helpful and is when it is working properlly. Unfortunately it freezes up and your readings are constantly stopped by hitting the "force close" when trying to turn a page. This situation is happening on two different nook devices so it is in the programing. Too bad since the Magnificat or other daily Mass readings are not avaliable on the nook.
Keep the Gospel in your daily life by having the daily mass readings with you all year.