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Scripture readings for the day according to the Orthodox Christian lectionary, from The Ambigua.
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Thank you for listening to the Orthodox Lectionary every day.This podcast will be on hiatus from 28 September until 5 October 2021, when recordings of the scripture readings prescribed for the day will resume. Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Monday of the 2nd Week

Monday of the 2nd Week

2021-09-2702:09

Today's readings are from: Galatians 2.11-16 Luke 4.38-44 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: I John 4.12-19 John 19.25-27; 21.24-25 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: I Corinthians 4.1-5 Luke 4.31-36 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: II Timothy 3.10-15 Luke 5.12-16 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Galatians 4.22-27 Luke 1.5-25 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: II Corinthians 13.3-13 Luke 4.1-15 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: II Corinthians 12.20-13.2 Luke 3.23-4.1 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Ephesians 6.10-17 Luke 21.12-19 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Galatians 2.16-20 Mark 8.34-9.1 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: I Corinthians 1.26-2.5 John 8.21-30 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: II Corinthians 11.5-21 Mark 4.1-9 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: II Corinthians 6.1-10 Luke 7.36-50 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Colossians 1.24-2.1 Matthew 10.16-22 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: I Corinthians 1.18-24 John 19.6-11, 13-20, 25-28, 30 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Hebrews 3.1-4 Matthew 16:13-19 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Galatians 6.11-18 John 3.13-17 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: I Corinthians 2:6-9 Matthew 10.37-11.1 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: II Corinthians 7.10-16 John 3:16-21 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
Today's readings are from: Galatians 4.22-27 Luke 8.16-21 New Testament passages are usually from the Holy Cross translation, Brookline, MA. Old Testament readings are frequently from the Revised Standard Version.Please feel free to share this podcast from The Ambigua with anyone who might enjoy or benefit from it - especially people with busy lives, or big families, or who spend a lot of time traveling, or who can't make it to liturgy, or who have any other time and accessibility constraints.Comments & suggestions for improvement welcome @TheAmbigua or via email.
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