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Sexagesima is the name for the second Sunday before Ash Wednesday in the Tridentine Rite, now known as the Extraordinary Form; it is not observed in three-year lectionaries widely adopted after 1970 although some chants are in common with Ordinary Time 5 or Epiphany V.

Proper Liber usualis (Trent) Ordinary Time 5
Introit: Exsurge, quare obdormis-Deus, auribus
Venite adoremus
Gradual: Sciant gentes
Dispersit, dedit (Year A); Tollite hostias (B & C)
Tract: Commovisti Domine terram
Alleluia: Laudate Dominum
Offertory: Perfice gressus meos
Communion: Introibo ad altare
Introibo (Years A & C); Multitudo languentium (B)