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Old Apr 13, '10, 6:20 pm
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Default Daily Mass readings via email

I receive the daily readings for Byzantine Catholics into my email daily. I don't see an option on the USCCB website for daily Mass readings via email. I only see the podcast audio which I am not interested in.

Can you suggest any place that sends out the daily Mass readings for the Latin Church via email?

Sorry if this has already been addressed a number of times. I did try "search" without success to look for other threads on it.
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Old Apr 13, '10, 6:27 pm
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You don't need email.

Click this,http://www.usccb.org/nab/
then click on the date of the calendar you want, it will bring you to the
USCCB daily Scripture Reading.
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Default Re: Daily Mass readings via email

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You don't need email.

Click this,http://www.usccb.org/nab/
then click on the date of the calendar you want, it will bring you to the
USCCB daily Scripture Reading.
Ok but what if you want an e-mail?
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Old Apr 18, '10, 10:23 pm
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Ok but what if you want an e-mail?
Looks like it's not out there, from the lack of any positive response to my query. I'm just surprised I guess since there are several sources to automatically receive Orthodox/EC daily readings via email. I was hoping to be able to suggest something similar to the Latin Church Catholics I work with, for the Roman Rite readings .
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Default Re: Daily Mass readings via email

I know this thread is nearly a year old, but I thought I'd post this link for any searchers like me:

http://www.catholicemporium.com/Dail...-By-Email.html
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Old Mar 8, '11, 8:03 am
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You can also try this one:

www.thedailymassreadings.com
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I receive the daily readings for Byzantine Catholics into my email daily.
I would like to receive those daily readings for Byzantine Catholics. How do I apply?
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Old Mar 16, '11, 7:55 am
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I like www.thedailymassreadings.com because there are no ads and they send the full reading. Thanks KevinAK!
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I've been on an email list for years for the mass readings. It has changed "homes" several times, but it still comes. There are two versions, the one that arrives about a day before, so you can read the reading before mass, and the one that arrives about a week in advance. Currently, it is hosted on google groups, and you "join" the group to get the emails, but there is no activity on it other than the mass readings. Here is the link to the day in advance one. Note: this comes with commentary from the Navarre Bible (yes, orthodox).

http://groups.google.com/group/dailyword
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Good morning.
Unfortunately, Mike Harrison is very ill at this time and has been forced to stop emailing the daily Mass readings and Gospel with commentary.
Is there any other place to get them?
I have tried each of the sites within this thread, but none of them have commentary on the readings and Gospel.
I am a lifelong Catholic in search of an orthodox list to join, NAB or Navarre Bible, either is fine.
I use the commentary in our "breaking open the word" sessions for catechumens and candidates in the parish R.C.I.A.
Thank you, so much, my sisters and brothers.

Don Muenz in Columbus, Ohio
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Don (butsir),

Yes, we must pray for him.

To help with your bible study, though, remember that Mike has many old postings saved on the google site. So if you know what the reading is going to be that day, you can go to the webpage I gave above and in the search bar at the top type something like "matthew 6:24-34" and it will not only give you Mike's Saturday post, but also a number of identical posts from previous years. That way you can get the same information, but you need to work a little for it. I've done that before when I've lost email and still wanted the readings.

Perhaps your bulletin has a list of the readings to search for, or you can go to the US bishops' site here. It will give you the readings of the day, but the calendar there will let you select a different day if you like.
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Tantas gracias, Pug.

!Que la paz prevalezca en la tierra!
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Tantas gracias, Pug.

!Que la paz prevalezca en la tierra!
De nada.

Amén. Ven, Seńor Jesús.
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