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Daily Readings
SUNDAY, JANUARY 03, 2010
Liturgical Year C
First Reading - Is 60:1-6

1. Rise up to be illuminated, O Jerusalem! For your light has arrived, and the glory of the Lord has risen over you.
2. For behold, darkness will cover the earth, and thick darkness will cover the peoples. Then the Lord will rise above you, and his glory will be seen in you.
3. And the nations will walk in your light, and the kings will walk by the splendor of your rising.
4. Lift up your eyes all around and see! All these have been gathered together; they have arrived before you. Your sons will arrive from far away, and your daughters will rise up from your side.
5. Then you will see, and you will overflow, and your heart will be amazed and expanded. When the multitude of the sea will have been converted to you, the strength of the nations will approach you.
6. A multitude of camels will inundate you: the dromedaries from Midian and Ephah. All those from Sheba will arrive, carrying gold and frankincense, and announcing praise to the Lord.

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