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Daily Lectionary Readings

TUESDAY OF THE FOURTH WEEK OF EASTER

Catholic Daily Readings
First Reading Ac 11:19–26
Response Ps 117:1a
Psalm Ps 87:1b–7
Gospel Acclamation Jn 10:27
Gospel Jn 10:22–30

JOB

Lutheran Service Book Three Year Lectionary

TUESDAY AFTER THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

Revised Common Lectionary Daily Readings
Psalm Ps 100
First Reading Eze 34:23–31
Second Reading Heb 13:20–21

TUESDAY OF THE FOURTH WEEK OF EASTER, MORNING PRAYER

Book of Common Prayer (1928) Daily Office Lectionary
Psalm Ps 86
First Reading Ex 28:1–429–38
Second Reading Heb 10:1–14

GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS, BISHOP OF CONSTANTINOPLE, 389

Episcopal Church (USA) Revised Common Lectionary
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