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Rev. Mr. Peter L. Gill
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The Temptation of Christ
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The month of March is dedicated to St. Joseph. The first four days of March fall during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time which is represented by the liturgical color green. Green, the symbol of hope, is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. The remainder of the month falls during the liturgical season of Lent which is represented by the liturgical color purple — a symbol of penance, mortification and the sorrow of a contrite heart.
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of March are:
3. Katharine Drexel (USA), Opt. Mem.
4. St. Casimir; Fat Tuesday, Opt. Mem.
7. Perpetua and Felicity, Memorial
8. John of God, Opt. Mem.
9. First Sunday of Lent, Sunday
16. Second Sunday of Lent, Sunday
17. Patrick, Opt. Mem.
18. Cyril of Jerusalem, Opt. Mem.
19. Joseph, husband of Mary, Solemnity
23. Third Sunday of Lent, Sunday
25. Annunciation of the Lord, Sunday
30. Fourth Sunday of Lent, Sunday
The Gospel readings for March are taken from St. Matthew and St. John. All are from Year A, Cycle 2.
March 2nd - 8th Sunday of Ordinary Time
In this Gospel Jesus tells us to trust God to provide for us.
March 9th - 1st Sunday of Lent
Jesus is tempted by the devil in the desert.
March 16th - 2nd Sunday of Lent
The Gospel relates the story of the Transfiguration of our Lord on Mt. Tabor.
March 23rd - 3rd Sunday of Lent
This Gospel is about the Samaritan woman meeting Jesus at the well.
March 30th - 4th Sunday of Lent
The Gospel tells the story of the blind man at the Pool of Siloam.