May 24, 2023 

Wednesday of the Seventh Week of Easter

Saint of the day

Saint Vincent of Lerins (d.445)

Saint Vincent of Lerins was a soldier, but felt called to become a monk. He entered a monastery on the coast of southern France and was later ordained. His most famous written work is the Commonitorium, which determined between true and false Christian tradition. Vincent believed that the most important source of Christian truth was Holy Scripture, and the Church's authority guaranteed the correct interpretation.


Saint Vincent of Lerins reminds us of the importance of Scripture. It is easy to forget that the majority of the theology and beliefs of our Christian faith come from Scripture. It is important to learn and read Scripture. Take some time to read your favorite stories from the Bible and meditate on their meaning.


Dear Jesus, please help me to find time to read the Bible and learn from your lessons in it.

Liturgical season information

Lectionary: 299

Place in Year: Easter

Color of decorations and priest's vestments: White

Daily readings

Reading 1: Acts 20:28-38

Responsorial Psalm: Ps 68:29-30, 33-35A, 35Bc-36Ab

Alleluia: See Jn 17:17B, 17A

Gospel: Jn 17:11B-19

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