March 17 – Thursday in Passion Week (V), Propers of the Mass – 1962 Missal



All that Thou hast done to us, O Lord, Thou hast done in true judgement: because we have sinned against Thee, and have not obeyed Thy commandments: but give glory to Thy name, and deal with us according to the multitude of Thy mercy.  (Psalm) Blessed are the undefiled in the way: who walk in the law of the Lord.




Grant, we beseech Thee, almighty God, that the dignity of human nature, impaired by intemperance, may be restored by the practice of salutary self-denial.  Through our Lord.


Epistle – Daniel 3:25,34-45


In those days Azarias prayed to the Lord, saying: O Lord our God: deliver us not up for ever, we beseech Thee, for Thy name’s sake, and abolish not Thy covenant: and take not away Thy mercy from us, for the sake of Abraham Thy beloved, and Isaac Thy servant, and Israel Thy holy one: to whom Thou hast spoken, promising that Thou wouldst multiply their seed as the stars of heaven, and as the sand that is on the sea shore: for we, O Lord, are diminished more than any nation, and are brought low in all the earth this day for our sins. Neither is there at this time prince, or leader, or prophet, or holocaust, or sacrifice, or oblation, or incense, or place of first-fruits before Thee, that we may find Thy mercy: nevertheless in a contrite heart and humble spirit let us be accepted. As in holocausts of rams, and bullocks, and as in thousands of fat lambs: so let our sacrifice be made in Thy sight this day, that it may please Thee: for there is no confusion to them that trust in Thee.


And now we follow Thee with all our heart, and we fear Thee, and seek Thy face. Put us not to confusion: but deal with us according to Thy meekness, and according to the multitude of Thy mercies. And deliver us according to Thy wonderful works, and give glory to Thy name, O Lord: and let all them be confounded that show evils to Thy servants, let them be confounded in all Thy might, and let their strength be broken: and let them know that Thou art the Lord the only God, and glorious over all the world, O Lord our God.




Bring up sacrifices, and come into His courts: adore the Lord in His holy court.  The Lord will discover the thick woods: and in His temple all shall speak His glory.


Gospel – Luke 7:36-50


At that time one of the Pharisees desired Jesus to eat with him. And He went into the house of the Pharisee, and sat down to meat. And behold a woman that was in the city, a sinner, when she knew that He sat at meat in the Pharisee’s house, brought an alabaster box of ointment:  and standing behind at His feet, she began to wash His feet with tears, and wiped them with the hairs of her head, and kissed His feet, and anointed them with the ointment. And the Pharisee, who had invited Him, seeing it, spoke within himself, saying: This man, if He were a prophet, would know surely who and what manner of woman this is that toucheth Him: that she is a sinner. And Jesus answering said to him: Simon, I have somewhat to say to thee. And he said: Master, say it.


A certain creditor had two debtors: the one who owed five hundred denarii, and the other fifty. And whereas they had not wherewith to pay, he forgave them both. Which therefore of the two loveth him most? Simon answering, said: He, I suppose, to whom he forgave more. And He said to him: Thou hast judged rightly. And turning to the woman, He said unto Simon: Dost thou see this woman? I entered into thy house, thou gavest Me no water for My feet: but she with tears hath washed My feet, and hath wiped them with her hair. Thou gavest Me no kiss: but she, since she came in, hath not ceased to kiss My feet.


My head with oil thou didst not anoint: but she with ointment hath anointed My feet. Wherefore I say to thee: Many sins are forgiven her, because she hath loved much. But to whom less is forgiven, he loveth less. And He said to her: Thy sins are forgiven thee. And they that sat at meat with Him began to say within themselves: Who is this that forgiveth sins also? And He said to the woman: Thy faith hath saved thee: go in peace.




Upon the rivers of Babylon there we sat and wept, when we remembered thee, O Sion.




O Lord our God, Who didst choose the gifts set apart for sacrifice to Thy name from the substances intended by Thee for sustaining our weak frames: grant, we pray Thee, that for us they may become both present help and eternal pledge.  Through our Lord.




Remember Thy word to Thy servant, O Lord, in which Thou hast given me hope: this hath comforted me in my humiliation.


Post Communion


What we have taken, O Lord, with our mouth, may we receive with a pure mind: and from a temporal gift may it become for us an everlasting Remedy.  Through our Lord.


Prayer Over the People


Be gracious to Thy people, we beseech Thee, O Lord: that they may reject whatever displeaseth Thee and rather be filled with the delights of Thy commandments.  Through our Lord.


Note: I am using the Roman Catholic Daily Missal, the iMass app, and the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible for references.

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