The new liturgical year is coming up. When I realized that, I made a purchase for my Kindle that has become routine in the last couple of years … Reading God’s Word: Daily Mass Readings. In this case it will be for Year A.
It’s inexpensive – $10.
It’s incredibly useful. I wouldn’t have believed how much I’d refer to it, whether simply in my own daily reading or for various other projects.
It’s one of the books that “lives” on my Kindle. And I don’t have a lot of those, usually preferring a book in the hand to one in the Kindle. (ha! yes, feel free to use that if you want). The formatting is well done and it’s easy to navigate.
It’s offered in print, Kindle, Nook, and iBookstore formats at the publisher’s website. I just pick it up from Amazon myself.
The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” The stars have been thinking about Shakespeare a lot lately and wishing you would read more of him.
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