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The feast of The Transfiguration of Our Lord is assigned to August 6 in both Western and Eastern Rites, but recently (after 1970?) Protestant churches have assigned it to the last Sunday of the Season of Epiphany, preceding Ash Wednesday. The Gospel account has been used by Catholic lectionaries for Lent II as well. See also Wikipedia:Transfiguration of Jesus, and the Hymn O nata lux.
|Graduale Romanum (1974)
Anglican Use Gradual
|American Gradual (Last Sunday after Epiphany)|
||Tibi dixit cor meum||In excelso throno|
|Gradual:||Speciosus forma||Benedictus Dominus|
|Alleluia verse:||Candor est lucis||Candor est|
|Offertory:||Gloria et divitiae||Gloria et honore||Gloria et honore|
|Communion:||Visionem quam vidistis||Visionem quam vidistis||Visionem quam vidistis|
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