Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Lectio divina notes on the Gospel of St Mark: List of posts

From today the Matins Office reverts to its minimalist winter form in the Benedictine Office, people may be in search of lectio.

For those looking for material on the Gospels, here is an index of my past posts on the Gospel of St Mark.

I'll separately start posting some notes on Acts, traditionally read at this season, starting early tomorrow am Australian time.

Useful resources

For further reference, I've listed below some useful resources on St Mark available online.

Translations

New Advent (Septuagint, Vulgate, Knox translation)
Douay-Rheims
St Mark read in Latin
St Mark read in Greek

Introductions and commentaries

de Lapide
Haydock
Catena Aurea
Divine Lamp

My posts

Mark 1

Verses 1-13
Verses 14-31
Verses 32-45

Mark 2

Mark 2: 1-17
Mark 2: 18-28

Mark 3

Mark 2: 1-12
Mark 3: 13-35

Mark 4

Mark 4: 1-20
Mark 4: 21-40

Mark 5

Mark 5: 1-20
Mark 5: 21-42

Mark 6

Mark 6:1-32
Mark 6: 33-56
[Mark 6:47-56 (Sat after Ash Wednesday)]

Mark 7

Mark 7: 1-23
Mark 7:24-37
[Mark 7:31-37 (Gospel for 11th Sunday after Pentecost)]

Mark 8

[Mark 8: 1-9 (Gospel for 6th Sunday after Pentecost)]
Mark 8:1-21
Mark 8: 22-39

Mark 9

Mark 9:1-12
Mark 9: 13-28 (Ember Wed in Sept, 16-28)
Mark 9: 29-49

Mark 10

Mark 10:1-16
Mark 10:17-27
Mark 10: 28-52

Mark 11

Mark 11: 1-18
Mark 11: 19-33

Mark 12

Mark 12: 1-17
Mark 12: 18-27
Mark 12: 28-44

Mark 13

Mark 13: 1-10
Mark 13:11-23
Mark 13: 24-37

Mark 14

Mark 14: 1-26
Mark 14: 27-52
Mark 14:53-72

Mark 15

Mark 15:1-24
Mark 15:25-39
Mark 15: 40-47

Mark 16

[Mark 16: 1-7 (Mass of Easter Day)]
Mark 16: 1-11
Mark 16: 12-20 (Ascension, 14-20)

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