20/06/2020 – Sábado de la 11º semana de Tiempo Ordinario – Inmaculado Corazón de la Bienaventurada Virgen María. – Lecturas del día – Readings of the day

PRIMERA LECTURA

Desbordo de gozo en el Señor

Lectura del libro de Isaías 61, 9-11

La estirpe de mi pueblo será celebre entre las naciones, y sus vástagos entre los pueblos.

Los que lo vean reconocerán que son la estirpe que bendijo el Señor.

Desbordo de gozo en el Señor, y me alegro con mi Dios: porque me ha puesto un traje de salvación, y me ha envuelto con un manto de justicia, como novio que se pone la corona, o novia que se adorna con su joyas.

Como el suelo echa sus brotes, como un jardín hace brotar sus semillas, así el Señor hará brotar la justicia y los himnos ante todos los pueblos.

Palabra de Dios.

Sal 1 Sam 2, 1. 4-5. 6-7. 8abcd
R. Mi corazón se regocija en el Señor, mi Salvador.

Mi corazón se regocija en el Señor,
mi poder se exalta por Dios.
Mi boca se ríe de mis enemigos,
porque gozo con tu salvación. R.

Se rompen los arcos de los valientes,
mientras los cobardes se ciñen de valor .
Los hartos se contratan por el pan,
mientras los hambrientos engordan;
la mujer estéril da a luz siete hijos,
mientras la madre de muchos queda baldía. R.

El Señor da la muerte y la vida,
hunde en el abismo y levanta;
da la pobreza y la riqueza,
humilla y enaltece. R.

Él levanta del polvo al desvalido,
alza de la basura al pobre,
para hacer que se siente entre príncipes
y que herede un trono de gloria. R.

Aleluya Cf. Lc 2, 19
Aleluya, aleluya, aleluya.

Bienaventurada Virgen María, que conservaba la palabra de Dios,
meditándola en su corazón. R.

EVANGELIO
Conservaba todo esto en su corazón
Lectura del santo Evangelio según san Lucas 2, 41-51

Los padres de Jesús solían ir cada año a Jerusalén por la fiesta de Pascua.

Cuando Jesús cumplió doce años, subieron a la fiesta según la costumbre y, cuando terminó, se volvieron; pero el niño Jesús se quedo en Jerusalén, sin que lo supieran sus padres.

Estos, creyendo que estaba en la caravana, anduvieron el camino de un día y se pusieron a buscarlo entre los parientes y conocidos; al no encontrarlo, se volvieron a Jerusalén buscándolo.

Y sucedió que, a los tres días, lo encontraron en el templo, sentado en medio de los maestros, escuchándolos y haciéndoles preguntas. Todos los que le oían quedaban asombrados de su talento y de las respuestas que daba.

Al verlo, se quedaron atónitos, y le dijo su madre:

«Hijo, ¿por qué nos has tratado así? Tu padre y yo te buscábamos angustiados».

Él les contestó:

«¿Por qué me buscabais? ¿No sabíais que yo debía estar en las cosas de mi Padre?».

Pero ellos no comprendieron lo que les dijo.

Él bajó con ellos y fue a Nazaret y estaba sujeto a ellos.

Su madre conservaba todo esto en su corazón.

Palabra del Señor.

IDIOMA INGLÉS

20/06/2020

READING OF THE DAY

A reading from the Second Book of Chronicles
2 CHR 24:17-25 

After the death of Jehoiada,
the princes of Judah came and paid homage to King Joash,
and the king then listened to them.
They forsook the temple of the LORD, the God of their fathers,
and began to serve the sacred poles and the idols;
and because of this crime of theirs,
wrath came upon Judah and Jerusalem.
Although prophets were sent to them to convert them to the LORD,
the people would not listen to their warnings.
Then the Spirit of God possessed Zechariah,
son of Jehoiada the priest.
He took his stand above the people and said to them:
“God says, ‘Why are you transgressing the LORD’s commands,
so that you cannot prosper?
Because you have abandoned the LORD, he has abandoned you.’”
But they conspired against him,
and at the king’s order they stoned him to death
in the court of the LORD’s temple.
Thus King Joash was unmindful of the devotion shown him
by Jehoiada, Zechariah’s father, and slew his son.
And as Zechariah was dying, he said, “May the LORD see and avenge.”At the turn of the year a force of Arameans came up against Joash.
They invaded Judah and Jerusalem,
did away with all the princes of the people,
and sent all their spoil to the king of Damascus.
Though the Aramean force came with few men,
the LORD surrendered a very large force into their power,
because Judah had abandoned the LORD, the God of their fathers.
So punishment was meted out to Joash.
After the Arameans had departed from him,
leaving him in grievous suffering,
his servants conspired against him
because of the murder of the son of Jehoiada the priest.
He was buried in the City of David,

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Luke
LK 2:41-51 

Each year Jesus’ parents went to Jerusalem for the feast of Passover,
and when he was twelve years old,
they went up according to festival custom.
After they had completed its days, as they were returning,
the boy Jesus remained behind in Jerusalem,
but his parents did not know it.
Thinking that he was in the caravan,
they journeyed for a day
and looked for him among their relatives and acquaintances,
but not finding him,
they returned to Jerusalem to look for him.
After three days they found him in the temple,
sitting in the midst of the teachers,
listening to them and asking them questions,
and all who heard him were astounded
at his understanding and his answers.
When his parents saw him,
they were astonished,
and his mother said to him,
“Son, why have you done this to us?
Your father and I have been looking for you with great anxiety.”
And he said to them,
“Why were you looking for me?
Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?”
But they did not understand what he said to them.
He went down with them and came to Nazareth,
and was obedient to them;
and his mother kept all these things in her heart.

 

WORDS OF THE HOLY FATHER

In the family of Nazareth astonishment never waned, not even in a dramatic moment such as Jesus being lost: it is the ability to be astonished before the gradual manifestation of the Son of God. It is the same astonishment that even strikes the teachers of the temple, “amazed at his understanding and his answers” (v. 47). But what is astonishment; what is it to be astonished? Being astonished and being amazed is the opposite of taking everything for granted; it is the opposite of interpreting the reality that surrounds us and historical events according to our criteria alone. (Angelus, 30 December 2018)