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Whit-Sunday, Ep. Acts ii. 1, 11. Gosp. John xiv. 23, 31.
Whit-Mond. Ep. Acts x. 12, 18. Gosp. John iii. 16, 21.
Whit-Tuesday, Ep. Acts viii. 14, 17. Gosp. John x. 1, 10.
Trinity-Sund. Ep. Rom. xi. 33, 36. Gosp. Matt. xxviii. 18, 20.
Corp. Christi, Ep. 1 Cor. xi. 23, 29. Gosp. John vi. 56, 59.
2.Sunday, Ep. 1 John iii. 13, 18. Gosp. Luke xiv. 16, 24.
3 Sunday, Ep. 1 Pet. v. 6, 11. Gosp. Luke xv. 1, 10.
4 Sunday, Ep. Rom. viii. 18, 23. Gosp. Luke v. 1, 11.
5 Sunday, Ep. 1 Pet. iii. 8, 15. Gosp. Matt. v. 20. 24.
6 Sunday, Ep. Rom. vi. 3, 11. Gosp. Mark viii. 1, 10.
7 Sunday, Ep. Rom. vi. 13, 23. Gosp. Matt. vii. 15, 21.
8 Sunday, Ep. Rom. viii. 12, 17. Gosp. Lukе хvi. 1, 9.
9 Sunday, Ep. 1 Cor. x. 6, 14. Gosp. Luke Xix. 41, 47.
10 Sunday, Ep. 1 Cor. xii. 2, 11. Gosp. Luke xviii. 9, 14.
1 l Sunday, Ep. 1 Cor. xv. 1, 10. Gosp. Mark vii. 31, 37.
12 Sunday, Ep. 2 Cor. iii. 4, 9. Gosp. Luke x. 23, 37.
13 Sunday, Ep. Gal. iii. 16, 22. Gosp. Luke xvii. 11, 19.
14 Sunday, Ep. Gal. v. 16, 24. Gosp. Matt. vi. 24, 33.
15 Sunday, Ep. Gal. v. 25. vi. 11. Gosp. Luke vii. 11, 16.
16 Sunday, Ep. Eph. iii. 13, 21. Gosp. Luke xiv. 1, 11.
17 Sunday, Ep. Eph. iv. 1, 6. Gosp. Matt. xxii. 35, 45.
18 Sunday, Ep. 1 Cor. i. 4, 9. Gosp. Matt. x.1,8.
19 Sunday, Ep. Eph. iv. 23, 28. Gosp. Matt. xxii. 1, 14.
20 Sunday, Ep. Eph. v. 15, 21. Gosp. John iv. 46, 53.
21 Sunday, Ep. Eph. vi. 10, 17. Gosp. Matt. xviii. 23, 25.
22 Sunday, Ep. Philip. i. 6, 11. Gosp. Matt. xxii. 15, 21.
23 Sunday, Ep. Phil. iii. 17, 21. Gosp. Matt. ix. 18, 26.
24 Sunday, Ep. Col. i. 9, 14. Gosp. Matt. xxiv. 15, 35.
A TABLE OF EPISTLES AND GOSPELS.
on The FEASTS OF THE SAINTs.
CHRIST is born at Bethlehem, Dec. 25, Luke ii.
He is circumcised, Jan. 1, Luke ii.
The wise men come, and adore him, Matt. ii.
He is presented in the temple, Feb. 2, Luke ii.
sooseph and the B. Virgin sly with the child Jesus into Egypt,
The massacre of the infants by Herod, Matt. ii. St. Joseph, with
the B. Virgin and her Son, returneth from Egypt, but for fear
of Archelaus, goeth and liveth at Nazareth in Galilee, Matt. ii.
Jesus is found in the temple disputing with the doctors, when he
was 12 years of age, Luke ii.
St. John Baptist beginneth to preach and baptize, John i.
Jesus ... is baptized !. John. A voice from heaven declareth
him the beloved son of God, the Holy Ghost cometh down like
a dove, Matt. iii. Mark i. Luke iii.
Christ's first miracle at Cana in Galilee, by turning water into
wine, John ii.
St. John Baptist is cast into prison, and after some time beheaded
by Herod, Matt. iv. and xiv. Markyi. Luke ix.
Christ maketh choice of twelve of his disciples, whom he calls
apostles; Peter is the first of them, Matt. x. Mark iii. Luke vii.
Christ's sermon on the mountain, Matt. vi. and vii. He preacheth
in Judea and Galilee, casteth out devils, and cureth all manner
of diseases, Matt. xii. Luke xiv. &c. .
He raiseth to life the daughter of Jairus, Matt. ix. Mark v.
The Son of the widow of Naim, Luke vii.
He calmeth the sea with his word, Matt. viii. Mark iv. Luke viii.
He healeth the man that had been 38 years ill of a palsy, John v.
He sendeth his twelve apostles to preach, with power .doing mira-
cles, Matt... x. Mark vi. Luke ix.
He maketh choice of 72 disciples, Luke x.
He feedeth at one time, five thousand men with five loaves,
At another time 4000 with seven loaves, Matt. xv.
He restoreth sight to the man born blind: and raiseth Lazarus to
life, John ix. and xi.
He cometh into Jerusalem riding upon an ass, Matt. xxi. -
He instituteth the B. Sacrament and sacrifice of his body and
blood, Matt. xxviii.
He is betrayed by Judas; and condemned to die.
He is scourged, crowned with thorns, and crucified.
He dieth and is buried.
He riseth from the dead the third day. .
He giveth his apostles power to forgive sins, John xx. 23. -
He giveth to St. Peter the charge of his whole church, John xxi.
He promiseth to be with his church to the end of the world, Ma
After 40 days he ascendeth into heaven, Acts c. i. -
St. Matthias is chosen an apostle in the place of Judas the traito
On the day of pentecost the Holy Ghost cometh down upon t
apostles, Acts i. -
They preach the resurrection of Christ, and the necessity of b
lieving in him. -
St. Peter converteth on one day 3000, on another 5000, Acts ii. 4
and Acts iv. 4. -
He with St. John cureth the lame beggar, that sat at the gate (
the temple, Acts iii. 6.
The new Šiši. have all things in common, Acts iv. 32.
Ananias and Saphira for reserving some part of the money of
field sold, and for lying to the H. Ghost, fall down dead at St
Peter's feet, Acts v.
The election of the seven deacons, Acts vi.
Saul, by virtue of a commission from the chief priests, persecutet
the Christians, Acts ix.
St. Stephen is stoned, Acts vii. 58.
The disciples being dis rsed, preach in Judea and Samaria, &c.
St. Philip converteth the Samaritans, Acts viii.
St. Paul is miraculously converted, Acts ir.
St. Peter cureth Eneas at Lydda, and raiseth to life Tabitha at
Joppe, Acts iz. |
The very shadow of his body cureth all distempers, Acts v. 15.
He receiveth Cornelius the centurion, and other gentiles into the
church. Acts x.
St. Matthew writeth his gospel.
St. Peter ; to Rome, and foundeth the church there.
St. Barnaby and St. Paul preach at Antioch, where the believers
are first called christians, Acts xi.
Herod Agrippa,beheadeth St. James, the brother of St. John; and
imprisoneth St. Peter, who is miraculously delivered, Acts xii,
St. Paul and St. Barnaby are sent to preach to the gentiles, Acts
St. Peter writeth his first epistle from Rome; where also St.
Mark writeth his gospel.
A council of the apostles, and ancients at Jerusalem.
St. Paul preacheth in Macedonia and Achaia, Acts xvi. and xvii.
He writeth his first epistle to the Thessalonians, and the second
He writeth to the Galatians. St. Luke writeth his gospel.
St. Paul writeth his first, and soon after his second epistle to the
He writeth to the Romans.
He is apprehended at Jerusalem, Acts xxi.
He appealeth to Cesar, and is sent to Rome.
St. James about this time writeth his epistle.
St. Paul at Rome converteth Onesimus, and sendeth him with
his letter to Philemon. He writeth to the Ephesians, Philippians,