Korean diocese to promote Mass readings of the day
January 4, 2011
The aim is to provide busy Catholics the opportunity to “indirectly” participate in daily Mass by transcribing the readings of the day, said Father Francis Kim Yang-su, the archdiocese’s assistant pastoral director.
He said the program can help unite family members and is different from the existing ones that copy the entire Bible. It will start on Jan. 10, a day after the Church’s celebration of the Baptism of the Lord, and end on the same feast day next year.
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