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The New Testament Readings

Which Are Never Read In A Roman Catholic Mass




INTRODUCTION


If one of the Faithful participates in a Roman Catholic Mass every single day of the year, for three years, he/she will hear a considerable part of the Holy Scriptures (New and Old Testaments) during these liturgies. However, many parts of the Holy Scripture will never be read in Mass; thus, they will not be heard by the most faithful of the Faithful unless they make a point of studying the Holy Scriptures.

In the four Gospels the omissions, in many cases, make sense, since the same story or parable appears in more than one Gospel. Although they do not necessarily appear in the same manner, the key concept is still transmitted to the Faithful. The problem arises when major portions of the Holy Scriptures are simply left out from what should have been the Evangelization Process.

Take the Book of Revelations, for example. That must be the most talked about and debated Book of the New Testament. However, most of it is not read in a Roman Catholic Mass. Thus, most of the Faithful are ignorant of its contents unless they have made an effort to study it on their own.

This compendium has been possibly through the Grace of God and the diligent work of Mrs. R. M., from Puerto Rico.

The on-line Douay-Rheims Version of the Holy Bible was used in the development of what we now call the "Inconvenient Bible".



Gospel of Matthew

Gospel of Mark

 Gospel of Luke

 Gospel of John

 Acts of Apostles


 Letter to the Romans

 1 Letter to the Corinthians

 2 Letter to the Corinthians

 Letter to the Galatians

 Letter to the Ephesians

 Letter to the Philippians

 Letter to the Colossians

1 Letter to the Thessalonians

 2 Letter to the Thessalonians

 1 Letter to Timothy

 2 Letter to Timothy

 Letter to Titus

 Letter to Philemon

 Letter to the Hebrews


  Letter of James

 1 Letter of  Peter

 2 Letter of  Peter

 1 Letter of  John

 2  Letter of John

 3 Letter of  John

  Letter of  Jude


 Apocalypse / Revelation



Published on December 12, 2011 - Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe



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