The Revised Common Lectionary – Vanderbilt

RCL - Vanderbilt

I’m sitting here having a fresh look at the various texts which will serve as my “lenses” to see the world in this great 50 Days of Easter. I’m a little intrigued how I have landed up loving the “lectionary” way of reading the Bible. 🙂

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3 Responses to The Revised Common Lectionary – Vanderbilt

  1. lilian koh says:

    Hi! I got your link from Alex Tang’s blog. I was one of the participants at Brian Maclaren’s seminar. I attended because I’ve read his books and find that they give me a new look into what it means to be a Christian. Very refreshing after one has been a Christian for a long time and wonders why people never question the status quo.
    I wonder if you could tell me where I can get the Revised Common Lectionary. I worship at a Baptist church (Balai Baptis Damansara Utama)-non liturgical, though I’ve tried to introduce the idea of Lent/Advent. My own preference for daily devotions is to take readings following the church calender. At the moment I use the Catholic daily readings. I wonder if there’s a difference from the one you mentioned. BTW my interest is in spiritual direction and I have a contemplative blog where I journal on the daily readings.

  2. Sivin says:

    Lilian – welcome to my little garden. Click on the link on this post and check out their FAQs and useful links. It will lead you to what you are looking for. The Catholic daily readings should be similar with the RCL. Let me know if there is a difference 🙂

  3. Bob K says:

    You can also get a PDF of the RCL here :

    United Methodist : General Board of Discipleship

    There’s also an HTML version from the American Baptist Churches in the USA :

    Revised Common Lectionary – A free church/congregational version

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