Pray the Scriptures Using Audio Lectio

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November 4th - Proper 26 (31) - Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

Pray the scripture using audio lectio from Mark 12:28-31. "Which commandment is the most important of all?" Read the scripture passage from the Common English Bible. Read the entire lectionary passage from Mark 12:28-34. (New Revised Standard Version). Listen to the meditation by clicking the play button.



November 11th - Proper 27 (32) - Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

Pray the scripture using audio lectio from Mark 12:41-44. "But she from her hopeless poverty has given everything she had." Read the scripture passage from the Common English Bible. Read the entire lectionary passage from Mark 12:38-44. (New Revised Standard Version). Listen to the meditation by clicking the play button.



November 18th - Proper 28 (33) - Twenty-Sixth Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

Pray the scripture using audio lectio from Mark 13:3-8. "These things are just the beginning..." Read the scripture passage from the Common English Bible. Read the entire lectionary passage from Mark 13:1-8. (New Revised Standard Version). Listen to the meditation by clicking the play button.



November 25th - Proper 29 (34) - Reign of Christ - Year B

Pray the scripture using audio lectio from John 18:33-37. "My kingdom isn’t from here." Read the scripture passage from the Common English Bible. Read the entire lectionary passage from John 18:33-37. (New Revised Standard Version). Listen to the meditation by clicking the play button.




Audio Lectio, Year B (2017-2018)

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