Catholic Daily Mass Readings Today

Catholic Daily Mass Readings Today

A lot of the Bible’s readings are divided into three years worth of readings, which is where the lectionary gets its inspiration for the daily readings. With these readings, you will be able to complete the daily readings on a daily basis.

There are also online videos available. Catholic Daily Readings is a resource for anyone who wishes to live a faith-filled life that is pleasing to God. It includes the daily readings, such as the First Reading, the Responsorial Psalm, and the Gospel, as well as online films.

It also includes prayers, quotes, and passages from the Bible. The passages from the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible that appear on this page are drawn from that Bible. Our information comes from Catholic Gallery.ORG.

Today’s Catholic Daily Mass Readings for the 28th of January, 2021, are available online.

READINGS FROM THE CATHOLIC DAILY MASSES ONLINE TODAY, JANUARY 28, 2021 – St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest, Religious, and Doctor Obligatory Memorial

The first reading is from Hebrews 10:19–25.

19 Having therefore, brothers and sisters, faith in the blood of Christ for the admission into the Most Holy Place;

20 A new and living path, which he has dedicated for us through the curtain, that is, through his flesh, is revealed to us in the gospel of John.

21 In addition, there is a high priest over the house of God:

22 Let us come close with a genuine heart and in full assurance of confidence, with our hearts sprinkled clean of an evil conscience and our bodies washed with pure water before we come.

23 Let us cling to the declaration of our faith without wallowing in doubt (for he is faithful that hath promised),


24 And let us think about one another in order to inspire one another to charity and good deeds:

25 Not abandoning our gathering, as some have become accustomed; but, comforting one another, and this comforting one another all the more as the day draws closer.

Psalms 24:1-2, 3-4ab, 5-6 are the responsorial psalms.

1 On the first day of the week, a psalm dedicated to David is read aloud. It is the Lord’s to possess the earth and all that is in it, including the world and all who live therein;


2 For he has laid the foundations of the world on the seas, and he has prepared the rivers for it.

3 Who will ascend into the mountain of the Lord, or who will stand in the holy place of his presence?

The innocent in hands and pure in heart, who has not taken his life in vain, nor swore deceitfully to his neighbor, but who has done no wrong to himself.

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