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Quinquagesima is the name for the Sunday before Ash Wednesday in the Extraordinary form or Tridentine mass; it is not observed in three-year lectionaries, although (except for the Tract being replaced with the Alleluia) its propers coincide with those for the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time. The gospel of healing of the blind man (Luke 18) is replaced in the new lectionary by Jesus on the law (Matth 5:17-, year A), the leper (Mark 1, year B) and the Beatitudes (Luke 6:17-, year C)

Proper Liber usualis Graduale Romanum (1974)
Introit: Esto mihi - In te Domine Esto mihi - In te Domine
Gradual: Tu es Deus - Liberasti Tu es Deus - Liberasti
Tract: Jubilate Domino omnis terra
Alleluia verse: Cantate Domino
Offertory: Benedictus es, Domine ... in labiis meis Benedictus es, Domine ... in labiis meis
Communion: Manducaverunt Manducaverunt