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Weekly Liturgical Calendars & Readings

Date Ordinary Form Extraordinary Form (1962 Calendar)
October 19, 2014
Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Propers

19th Sunday after Pentecost
Comm: Propagation of the Faith (under one conclusion)
Decimonono domingo despu├ęs de Pentecost├ęs


Instruction Concerning Hell
Consoling Doctrine on the Joys of Heaven

October 20, 2014
Monday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Optional: Saint Paul of the Cross, Priest
Propers St. John Cantius, Confessor Propers Martyrs
October 21, 2014
Tuesday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Propers Feria (Comm: St. Hilarion; St. Ursula & Companions) or
St. Hilarion, Abbot (Comm: St. Ursula & Companions) or
St. Ursula & Companions, Virgins & Martyrs (Comm: St. Hilarion)
Propers Martyrs
October 22, 2014
Wednesday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Optional: Saint John Paul II, Pope
Propers Feria Propers Martyrs
October 23, 2014
Thursday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Optional: Saint John of Capistrano, Priest
Propers St. Anthony Mary Claret, Bishop & Confessor Propers Martyrs
October 24, 2014
Friday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Optional: Saint Anthony Mary Claret, Bishop
[Abstinence or Penitential Acts]
Propers St. Raphael, Archangel


October 25, 2014
Saturday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Optional: BVM
Propers Saturday of Our Lady (Comm: SS. Chrysanthus & Daria) or
SS. Chrysanthus & Daria, Martyrs or
(USA) St. Isidore the Farmer, Confessor (Comm: SS. Chrysanthus & Daria)
Propers Martyrs
October 26, 2014
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Propers

Christ the King
Fiesta de Cristo Rey


Consolation in Sicknessl
Instruction on Caring of the Sick

Ordinary Form (Novus Ordo)
Bolded entries in the liturgical calendars represent holy days of obligation or mandatory penitential observances.   Penitential observances that were in effect in 1962 but are no longer required are indicated in regular font on the traditional calendar.  In the traditional calendar, all days of Lent except Sundays were days of fasting and partial abstinence except when a stricter standard applies.
Information for Lent
The Liturgical Year (Dom Gueranger)
These 40 Days... a guide for Lent
U.S. Bishops' Pastoral Statement on Penance and Abstinence
Penitential Practices for Today's Catholics
Rules for Fasting and Abstinence (current and traditional)
Observance of Fasting and Abstinence (USCCB)
Liturgy and Theology
(more liturgical information...)
Pro-Life Information
Prayers and Devotions
(more prayers and devotions...)

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