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Hosted by George Miller, Author of Catholic Lector 
from the Inside-Out  and The Uncommon Lector

​​   Proclaiming God's Word for Greater Effect     

"Good Job" Ain't Good Enough...
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As proclaimers of God's word,  we never arrive at a level to where we can't do better, no matter how many attaboys our family, friends or even our pastor give us.  I hope this site encourages you to "raise your bar"
of excellence to better please not just your listeners, but especially our mighty Savior, Jesus Christ. 
So browse around. Then  contact me anytime with your questions, comments or ideas for making this site your go-to resource for being the best lector you've been called to be. 
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The Weekly Word
Monday, October 14th
 
The Lord GOD has given me a
well-trained tongue, That I might know how to answer the weary a word that will waken them: 
Isaiah 50:4


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Reflections on this Sunday's Readings  
 Oct 27th ... 30th Week in Ordinary Time 
Sirach 35:12-14, 16-18 ... Second Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18 ... Luke: 18:9-14

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To Proclaim from Memory... or Not                                                               ​
                                                            "Isn't that wonderful," I'll occasionally hear from parishioners who marvel                                                                over lectors who recite their readings from memory, which makes me                                                                          wonder if they remembered anything about the reading.

                                                            When you practice your reading enough, you'll often have it down to                                                                            memory, or at least close. But then to deliver it from memory is usually going a step too far...  Read More

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