Determining which Scripture becomes liturgy

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A Lectionary is seen during celebration of the Tridentine Mass on Palm Sunday at San Gregorio dei Muratori in Rome April 1, 2007. The new Roman Missal replaced the Tridentine rite in 1969. (CNS/Giancarlo Giuliani)

In this Random Nun Clip, a listener asks how the Mass readings are chosen and who gets to decide. It's a very Catholic thing, the lectionary.

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GSR shares clips from our friends at A Nun's Life Ministry. Check out full episodes of all their podcasts (Ask Sister, In Good Faith, Random Nun Clips and more, like the archived Motherhouse Road Trips) on their website,

Maxine Kollasch

Sr. Maxine Kollasch co-founded in A Nun’s Life Ministry, a vibrant online community where Catholic sisters engage with people worldwide around faith, vocation and finding joy in everyday life, in 2006. She is a member of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Monroe, Michigan, and has master's degrees in theology and in advertising.

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