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February 2030: Mass Readings and Resources

February 2030 is Year B in the Sunday liturgical cycle and Year 2 in the weekday cycle. See Mass readings resources for specific Sundays and feast days in February 2030 here. Learn more about lectionary cycles from the USCCB.

February 2030

Click on the title for Mass readings for the day, resources, homilies, reflections, and more.

Saturday February 2, 2030

Feast of the Presentation of the Lord

The readings for the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord speak of purification and offering. What am I willing to present to God as an offering? What parts of my life do I need to purify? Where am I in need of more holiness? Can I offer some aspect of my own life as the gifts are brought up during the offertory?

Sunday February 3, 2030

4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B

The readings for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B invite us to recognize Jesus and grant him authority in our lives. So possible themes for this Sunday are conversion and magesterium. Here are some ideas.

Monday February 4, 2030

Monday of the 4th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Monday of the 4th week in Ordinary Time, Jesus frees a man of his demons. He has been outcast and living in the tombs, a place of death.

Tuesday February 5, 2030

Tuesday of the 4th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Tuesday of the 4th week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, we hear of two miracles which restore people. The little girl is restored to life. And the hemorrhaging woman is restored to full participation in the community.

St. Agatha

St. Agatha lived in 3rd century Italy. She desired to be consecrated to the Lord and remain unmarried and able to be dedicated to a life of prayer. However she had many men who desired her.

Wednesday February 6, 2030

St. Paul Miki and Companions, Martyrs

The memorial of St. Paul Miki and Companions remembers twenty-six martyrs were crucified on a hillside overlooking Nagasaki, Japan in the year 1597.

Thursday February 7, 2030

Thursday of the 4th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Thursday of the 4th week in Ordinary Time, we see Jesus empowering his disciples and sending them out to spread his message of repentance and healing. He instructs them to travel light, relying on the hospitality of those they encounter, and to not waste time with those who do not welcome them.

Saturday February 9, 2030

Saturday of the 4th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the Gospel for Saturday of the 4th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, we encounter Jesus and His apostles seeking a moment of rest, a brief respite from their ministry. Yet, this desired solitude is interrupted as crowds gather, drawn to Jesus. Here, Mark presents a beautiful tapestry of Jesus compassionate heart. Despite His own need for rest, Jesus is moved with compassion towards the crowd, for they were like sheep without a shepherd.

Sunday February 10, 2030

5th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B

The readings for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B cause us to reflect on Jesus' power to heal us, both physically and spiritually. So we can focus this weekend on how Jesus has healed us and how we, in turn, can help heal the world. Here are some ideas.

Monday February 11, 2030

Monday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the Gospel reading for Monday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, we encounter a powerful scene in Gennesaret where the mere presence of Jesus ignites a fervent hope and belief in the hearts of the people. They rush to bring their sick to Him, convinced that even touching the fringe of His cloak would bring healing. This passage from Mark 6:53-56 vividly illustrates the profound impact of faith and the transformative power of Christs presence.

Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes is a title given to the Blessed Virgin Mary in honor of her apparitions to St. Bernadette in Lourdes France. Our Lady of Lourdes is the patron saint of bodily ills, sick people, and protection from diseases. Her feast day is February 11.

Tuesday February 12, 2030

Tuesday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

As we delve into the readings for Tuesday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, we find ourselves confronted with profound questions about the nature of our relationship with God and the authenticity of our religious practices. The Gospel, from Mark 7:1-13, particularly challenges us to examine the depth of our faith beyond mere external observance.

Wednesday February 13, 2030

Wednesday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Wednesday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2 , Jesus challenges traditional Jewish ideas about purity and cleanliness. He the importance of internal, moral purity over external appearances or actions. True righteousness and holiness comes from a transformed heart.

Thursday February 14, 2030

Thursday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Thursday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, we encounter a story of a woman who came to Jesus seeking healing for her daughter. This woman, a Gentile, came from the region of Tyre, and she approached Jesus with great humility, falling at his feet and begging him to drive the demon out of her daughter. Jesus was moved by her faith and persistence, and he granted her request, healing her daughter.

Friday February 15, 2030

Friday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Friday of the 5th week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, Jesus heals a man who was deaf and had difficulty speaking. The man in the story was not just physically deaf and unable to speak, but he was also spiritually isolated and disconnected from the community around him.

Saturday February 16, 2030

Saturday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the Gospel for Saturday of the 5th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, we encounter a display of Jesus' compassion and divine providence as He miraculously feeds four thousand people with just seven loaves of bread and a few small fish. This passage from Mark 8:1-10 not only showcases Jesus' miraculous ability to provide but also illuminates His deep concern for the well-being of His followers. The crowd, having been with Jesus for three days, is hungry, not just for physical sustenance but for the spiritual nourishment that His teachings offer. Jesus, aware of their needs, ensures that they are fed, both in body and spirit.

Sunday February 17, 2030

6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B

The readings for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B demonstrate the healing power of Jesus and his ability to rid us of what is unclean in our lives. So we can focus this weekend on issues such as chastity and Theology of the Body. Unclean language is also a good topic.

Monday February 18, 2030

Monday of the 6th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Monday of the 6th week in ordinary time Cycle 2, the Pharisees ask Jesus to show them a sign from heaven to prove His authority. Jesus, knowing that the Pharisees were seeking to test Him, refused to give them a sign. He recognized that they were not seeking the truth but were only looking to trap Him.

Tuesday February 19, 2030

Tuesday of the 6th Week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2

In the gospel for Tuesday of the 6th week in Ordinary Time Cycle 2, Jesus uses the metaphor of yeast to warn his disciples about the teachings of the Pharisees and Herod. In the context of this passage, the yeast of the Pharisees and Herod represents their false teachings and corrupting influence, which can lead people astray from the truth of God's message.

Friday February 22, 2030

The Feast of the Chair of St. Peter

The Feast of the Chair of St. Peter is not really just to celebrate a piece of furniture. Instead, it commemorates the importance of the role of St. Peter and all of his successors throughout history. So this feast recognizes the importance of the papal authority and reminds us of the role of the Pope as the shepherd of the Church.

Sunday February 24, 2030

7th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B

The readings for the 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B focus on God's mercy. Some possible themes for this weekend are God's how we should pursue God's mercy and for others. Here are some ideas.

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