Catholic Weekday Mass Today Online – Thursday, 32nd Week of Ordinary Time 2020



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Thursday, 32nd Week of Ordinary Time 2020 (12th November 2020)

Mass Celebrated by Archbishop William Goh

The celebrant for Masses on our channel for Wednesdays to Sundays is Archbishop William Goh.

The Catholic Mass today is celebrated all around the world. Here in Singapore, we are pleased to provide online, daily Catholic Mass live or recorded in English to all Catholics and anyone interested in the Catholic faith. During Catholic Masses, it is not uncommon to hear a homily about Catholic teachings and Catholic answers to life’s questions. The Holy Mass is beautiful and stems from Jesus. Expect Catholic prayers, Catholic hymns (Christian songs) that come from 2000 years of tradition and practice. All are welcome.

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► MASS READINGS:
• First Reading: Philemon 7-20
• Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 145(146):7-10) (“He is happy who is helped by Jacob’s God.”)
• Gospel: Luke 17:20-25

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