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Sunday 25 June 2017    (other days)
Second Sunday after Trinity 

We are the people of the Lord, the flock that is led by his hand: come, let us adore him, alleluia.

Year: A(I). Psalm week: 4. Liturgical Colour: Green.

Other saints: Saint Luan (520 - 592)
Argyll & the Isles
Saint Moluag, (Lua, Luan, Murlach, or Lugaidh) was the first bishop of Argyll and the Isles. He was a hugely important associate of Columba. Whilst Columba worked among the Celts, Moluag worked among the Picts. Columba settled on Iona, Moluag on Lismore.
  He was trained at Bangor and went on to found 100 monastic settlements in Ireland and Scotland. He ettled in Clachan, Kintyre and at Lismore, which was to become the seat of the Bishop of Argyll & the Isles.
  He died at Rossmarkie on the Moray Firth on June 25th 592.
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Liturgical colour: green
The theological virtue of hope is symbolized by the colour green, just as the burning fire of love is symbolized by red. Green is the colour of growing things, and hope, like them, is always new and always fresh. Liturgically, green is the colour of Ordinary Time, the season in which we are being neither especially penitent (in purple) nor overwhelmingly joyful (in white).

Mid-morning reading (Terce)1 Corinthians 6:19-20 ©
Your body, you know, is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you since you received him from God. You are not your own property; you have been bought and paid for. That is why you should use your body for the glory of God.

Noon reading (Sext)Deuteronomy 10:12 ©
And now, Israel, what does the Lord your God ask of you? Only this: to fear the Lord your God, to follow all his ways, to love him, to serve the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul.

Afternoon reading (None)Song of Songs 8:6-7 ©
Love is strong as death,
jealousy as relentless as Sheol.
The flash of it is a flash of fire,
a flame of the Lord himself.
Love no floods can quench,
no torrents drown.

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