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Meditation: Isaiah 65:17-21

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4th Week of Lent

Entrance Antiphon

As for me, I trust in the Lord.
Let me be glad and rejoice in your mercy,
for you have seen my affliction. Cf. Ps 31 (30):7-8

Collect

O God, who renew the world
through mysteries beyond all telling,
grant, we pray,
that your Church may be guided by your eternal design
and...

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Daily Meditation: Isaiah 65:17-21

There shall always be rejoicing and happiness in what I create. (Isaiah 65:18)

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