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Catholic Daily Readings

Sunday, June 18, 2017 | Ordinary Time
Body and Blood of Christ
In dioceses where The Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ is observed on Sunday.
Year A | Roman Missal | Lectionary



On the same date: 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
First Reading Deuteronomy 8:2–3, 14b–16a
Response Psalm 147:12
Psalm Psalm 147:12–15, 19–20
Second Reading 1 Corinthians 10:16–17
Gospel Acclamation John 6:51
Gospel John 6:51–58


 Catholic Daily Readings. Bellingham, WA: Faithlife, 2009. Print.

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