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The '''Baptism of the Lord''' is celebrated on Epiphany in the Eastern Church and reappeared as a separate feast for Jan. 13 relatively lately in the west.  In the 1970 Catholic ''Graduale'' it begins [[Ordinary Time]] and usually falls on the Sunday following Jan. 6, unless Epiphany is transfered to Jan. 7 or 8, in which case it moves to Monday.
 
The '''Baptism of the Lord''' is celebrated on Epiphany in the Eastern Church and reappeared as a separate feast for Jan. 13 relatively lately in the west.  In the 1970 Catholic ''Graduale'' it begins [[Ordinary Time]] and usually falls on the Sunday following Jan. 6, unless Epiphany is transfered to Jan. 7 or 8, in which case it moves to Monday.
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!Graduale Romanum (1974)
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|''[[Dilexisti justitiam]]''
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|''[[Benedictus Dominus]]'' or ''[[Dilexisti justitiam]]''
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![[Alleluia|Alleluia verse]]:
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|''Benedictus qui venit'' or ''Inveni David''
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|''[[Benedictus qui venit]]''
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|''[[Omnes qui in Christo]]''
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[[Category:Epiphany| 2]]

Latest revision as of 23:09, 6 January 2016

The Baptism of the Lord is celebrated on Epiphany in the Eastern Church and reappeared as a separate feast for Jan. 13 relatively lately in the west. In the 1970 Catholic Graduale it begins Ordinary Time and usually falls on the Sunday following Jan. 6, unless Epiphany is transfered to Jan. 7 or 8, in which case it moves to Monday.


Proper Liber usualis Graduale Romanum (1974)
Introit: Dilexisti justitiam
Gradual: Benedictus Dominus or Dilexisti justitiam
Alleluia verse: Benedictus qui venit or Inveni David
Offertory: Benedictus qui venit
Communion: Omnes qui in Christo