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Last Gospel

noun

, Roman Catholic Church.
  1. in the order of service for the Mass, the final reading of a Gospel lesson.


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After the last gospel, we all went into the middle of the street—for there were no sidewalks—and got our boots very dusty.

Uncle Piero crossed himself devoutly, and lingered to hear the last gospel.

Mass was not over, and as it was a holy day of obligation, Aunt Lucy felt unwilling to leave until the last Gospel.

Just before the last gospel, a portable pulpit was brought out near the altar; Mgr.

The last Gospel was then read, and she followed Ulick out of church.

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