7th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A, 23 February 2020

Note: Homilies & Angelus / Regina Caeli of Pope Saint John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI & Pope Francis I had been compiled for you after the Mass Readings below. Happy Reading!

Liturgical Colour: Green.


Mass Readings from ETWN.

See our compilation with Pictures in Encouragements-371. 8-)

First Reading: Leviticus 19:1-2,17-18,

Responsorial: Psalm 102:1-4,8,10,12-13

2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 3:16-23  &

Gospel: Matthew 5:38-48, CCTNtv, Gospel Video.



Matthew Chapter 5 (video)

Three Kinds of Love - Venerable Fulton J. Sheen (see 1 Corinthians 13 quoted)

The Law Of Love, Total Commitment | Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

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Till this day, there is no apology from the Rulers and no compensation paid for damages inflicted.


Homilies, Angelus / Regina Caeli


A. Pope Saint John Paul II


Not applicable, as 1999, 2002 & 2005 had entered into the Lenten Season.


B. Pope Benedict XVI   


Not applicable for 2008, as it had entered into the Lenten Season.


Angelus, 20 February 2011

See our compilation with Pictures in Encouragements-372. 8-)

See Saint John Climacus & his writing “The Ladder of Divine Ascent” as quoted by Pope Benedict XVI.

See “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas à Kempis as quoted by Pope Benedict XVI.


C. Pope Francis I  


Homily, 23 February 2014

See our compilation with Pictures in Encouragements-373. 8-)


Angelus, 23 February 2014

See our compilation with Pictures in Encouragements-373. 8-) 


Homily, 19 February 2017 (not available in English)

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Angelus, 19 February 2017

What Jesus wants to teach us is the clear distinction that we must make between justice and revenge. Distinguishing between justice and revenge. Revenge is never just. We are permitted to ask for justice. It is our duty to exercise justice. We are, however, not permitted to avenge ourselves or, in any way foment revenge, as it is an expression of hatred and violence.

Pope Francis I (Angelus, 19 February 2017)


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Compiled on 15 February 2020, 19:15 SGT

Last updated : 22 February 2020




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