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Matthew 5: 1-12

  • Matthew 5: 1-12 (RC & EL)
  • Matthew 5: 1-12 (RCL)(A)

Luke 6: 20-26 (27-36)

  • Luke 6: 20-26 (27-36)(alt. EL)(B & C)
  • Luke 6: 20-31 (RCL)

John 11: 32-44

  • John 11: 32-44 (RCL)(B)

1 John 3: 1-3

  • 1 John 3: 1-3 (RC)
  • 1 John 3: 1-3 (RCL)(A)

Ephesians 1: (11-14) 15-23

  • Ephesians 1: 11-23 (RCL)
  • Ephesians 1: (11-14) 15-23 (alt. EL)(B,C)

Revelation 7: 2-4, 9-14

  • Revelation 7: 2-4, 9-17 (EL)
  • Revelation 7: 9-17 (RCL)
  • Revelation 7: 2-4, 9-14 (RC)

Revelation 21: 1-6

  • Revelation 21: 1-6a (RCL)(B)

Psalm 24: 1-6

  • Psalm 24: 1-6 (RC)
  • Psalm 24: 1-6 (RCL)
  • Psalm 24 (RCL)(B)

Psalm 34: 1-10, 22

  • Psalm 34: 1-10, 22 (RCL)(A)

Psalm 149: 1-9

  • Psalm 149: 1-9 (RCL)(C)
  • Psalm 149: 1-9 (EL)(B,C)

Sirach 2: (1-6) 7-11

  • Sirach 2: (1-6) 7-11 (opt. EL)

Sirach 44: 1-10, 13-14

  • Sirach 44: 1-10, 13-14 (EL)(B,C)

Daniel 7: 1-3, 15-18

  • Daniel 7: 1-3, 15-18 (RCL)(C)

Isaiah 25: 6-9

  • Isaiah 25: 6-9 (RCL)(B)

Solomon 3: 1-9

  • Wisdom of Solomon 3: 1-9 (RCL)(B)
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Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)(Year B)(2021)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Year B)(2021)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)(Year A)(2020)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Year A)(2020)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Year C)(2019)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)(Year B)(2018)

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Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Year B)(2018)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)(Year A)(2017)

  • All Saints (A)(2017)

    by Roland Coelho, SJ
  • Loved to Be Holy (A)(2017)

    from Presentation Ministries
  • Gratitude, the Basic Virtue (A)(2017)

    by Ron Rolheiser, OMI
    As a young seminarian, I once spent a week in a hospital, on a public ward, with a knee injury. One night a patient was brought on to our ward from the emergency room. His pain was so severe that his groans kept us awake. The doctors had just worked on him and it was then left to a single nurse to attend to him. Several times that night, she entered the room to administer to him—changing bandages, giving medication, and so on. Each time, as she walked away from his bed he would, despite his extreme pain, thank her. Finally, after this had happened a number of times, she said to him: “Sir, you don’t need to thank me. This is my job!” “Ma’am!” he replied, “it’s nobody’s job to take care of me! Nobody owes me that. I want to thank you!
  • All Saints (A)(2017)

    by Don Schwager

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Year A)(2017)

  • For All the Everyday Saints and Sinners

    by Sharron Blezard
    A colleague in North Dakota once shared with me the symbolism behind the half-moon-shaped altar rails found in many prairie churches of Scandinavian heritage. The current congregation gathers around the visible half-circle rail, while the circle is completed beyond time and space by those who have already died and who are yet to come. The wholeness of that transcendent circle of all the saints makes a beautiful and powerful statement about the faith we profess and the hope to which we cling...
  • Preaching Helps (A)(2017)

    by Taylor Burton-Edwards
  • The Past Is in the Present

    by Delmer Chilton
    When I was in about the third or fourth grade, my grandmother told me that she had ordered The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for me. Ignorant little savage that I was, I corrected her—”You mean Huckleberry Hound don’t you?” For the uninitiated, Huckleberry Hound was a Saturday morning cartoon character. She just shook her head and gave me the book. As the novel opens, Huck is living with “the widow Douglas,” and “after supper she got out her book and learned me about Moses and the Bulrushers, and I was in a sweat to find out all about him; but by and by she let it out that Moses had been dead a considerable long time; so then I didn’t care no more about him, because I don’t take no stock in dead people.”...
  • For All the Saints

    by Jane Anne Ferguson
  • All Saints...Sunday?

    by Evan Garner
  • Meditation for All Saints

    by Sara Hargreaves
  • All Saints (A)(2017)

    by Peggy Hoppes
  • Why Not Build Another Barn?

    by Jim McCrea
    Phyllis Singer used to be a columnist for the Waterloo Courier. Some years ago, she told the following story in her column: “A wealthy businessman once offered $4,000 to anyone who could convincingly name four things which money could not buy. He was positive that no one would be able to meet the challenge. He smiled skeptically when one man took a pad and pencil, wrote four short lines and passed the note to him.
    “He glanced at it, then gave it a more studied look. ‘Without a word, he got out his checkbook and made good on his promise. The list of the four things money could not buy read: 1. A baby’s smile; 2. Youth after it is gone; 3. The love of a good woman; 4. Entrance into heaven.’”
  • We Are All Saints

    by Steve Pankey
  • All the Saints

    by Peter Thompson

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)(Archives)

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Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Year B)(Archives)

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Prayers of the People

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Worship Resources (Year A)(2020)

Worship Resources (Year C)(2019)

Worship Resources (Year B)(2018)

Worship Resources (Year A)(2017)

Worship Resources (Year C)(2016)

Worship Resources (Year B)(Archives)

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General Resources for All Saints

Powerpoint, Images and Clip Art for Worship