Daily Reading for Monday, February 6th, 2012
Reading 1, First Kings 8:1-7, 9-13
3 When all the elders of Israel had arrived, the priests took up the ark
4 and the Tent of Meeting and all the sacred utensils which were in the Tent.
5 King Solomon and all Israel, present with him before the ark, sacrificed countless, innumerable sheep and oxen.
7 for the winged creatures spread their wings over the place where the ark stood, forming a canopy over the ark and its shafts.
10 Now when the priests came out of the Holy Place, the cloud filled the Temple of Yahweh,
13 I have built you a princely dwelling, a residence for you for ever.
Responsorial Psalm, Psalms 132:6-7, 8-10
6 Listen, we heard of it in Ephrathah, we found it at Forest-Fields.
7 Let us go into his dwelling-place, and worship at his footstool.
8 Go up, Yahweh, to your resting-place, you and the ark of your strength.
9 Your priests are robed in saving justice, your faithful are shouting for joy.
10 For the sake of your servant David, do not reject your anointed.
Gospel, Mark 6:53-56
53 Having made the crossing, they came to land at Gennesaret and moored there.
54 When they disembarked people at once recognised him,
55 and started hurrying all through the countryside and brought the sick on stretchers to wherever they heard he was.
56 And wherever he went, to village or town or farm, they laid down the sick in the open spaces, begging him to let them touch even the fringe of his cloak. And all those who touched him were saved.
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