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Readings for July 2016

Readings assigned for the major services (Sunday, Wednesday) for July 2016.

3 July
2 Kings 5.1–14; Psalm 30; Galatians 6. [1–6] 7–16; Luke 10.1–11, 16–20

10 July
Amos 7.7–17; Psalm 82; Colossians 1.1–14; Luke 10.25–37

13 July
Isaiah 10.5–7,13–16; Psalm 94.5–11; Matthew 11.25–27

17 July
Amos 8.1-12; Psalm 52; Colossians 1.15-28; Luke 10.38-47

20 July – Santa Margarita
Bel and the Dragon 23-27 (Daniel 14.23-27); Psalm 3; Matthew 10.16-20

24 July
Hosea 1.2-10; Psalm 85; Colossians 2.6-19; Luke 11.1-13

27 July
Jeremiah 15.10, 16–21; Psalm 59.1–4, 18–20; Matthew 13.44–46

31 July
Hosea 11.1-11; Psalm 107.1-9,43; Colossians 3.1-11; Luke 12.13-21

 

Additional festivals & commemorations in July: 

July 1st
Henry, John & Henry Venn, priests, evangelical divines – 1797, 1813, 1873

July 4th
Thomas the Apostle (transferred from Sunday)

July 6th
Thomas More, scholar, and John Fisher, bishop of Rochester, Reformation Martyrs, 1535

July 11th
Benedict, abbot of Monte Cassino, Father of Western Monasticism, c.550

July 13th
Silas, companion of St Paul

July 14th
John Keble, priest, tractarian, poet, 1866

July 15th
Swithun, bishop of Winchester, c.862
Bonaventure, friar, bishop, teacher of the faith, 1274 (Italy)

July 16th
Osmund, bishop of Salisbury, 1099

July 18th
Elizabeth Ferard, first deaconess of the Church of England, Founder of the Community of St Andrew, 1883
Elizabeth of Russia, religious and martyr, 1918 (Russia)

July 19th
Gregory, bishop of Nyssa, and his sister Macrina, deaconess, teachers of the faith, c.394 and c.379 (Turkey)

July 20th
Margaret of Antioch, martyr, 4th century (Turkey)
Bartolomé de las Casas, Apostle to the Indies, 1566

July 22nd
Mary Magdalene

July 23rd
Birgitta (Bridget), pilgrim, abbess of Vadstena, 1373 (Sweden)

July 25th
James the Apostle

July 26th
Anne and Joachim, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary

July 27th
Brooke Foss Westcott, bishop, teacher of the faith, 1901

July 29th
Mary, Martha and Lazarus, companions of Our Lord

July 30th
William Wilberforce, social reformer, Olaudah Equiano and Thomas Clarkson, campaigners against slavery, 1833, 1797 and 1846

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