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1 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Introit Omnis terra (Mode 4) Psalm 66 BtttvetrvdryUv,vyuLooyvuyGttzerEv,vevdrdtz6zzhuzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz All the earth bows down be- fore ByuGttvrtvTRv,vtttzzvdrdtz6zzhuvuyvzyrtzREv,vdrttDGtetrzzzzzzzzzzzzz you, O God, and sings to you, sings BrtzJuyuLoovuyvrtJuzzizYvz,vtttvrtzgyvtuytzHytRv/vvuyzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz out your Name, O Most High. Ps. Be ByuvuvuvuyvyivivUc.cczzzuyvyuvzuzzzzcuyczyiccicccUcc.zzzzzzz joy- ful in God, all you lands: sing the glo- ry of his Name: BuyvyuvJuvytvyuvyvRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzxx sing the glo- ry of his praise.

2 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Gradual Misit Dominus (Mode 5) Psalm 107 XqveveervDevevrteFaraeawaqzFrwDerEc,cevtertJuuKiuiczzuyu When they cried to the Lord in their dis- XtrtJuustzseGtrezREv,vevtrvruvuvut zyrec,cevtegtrezzgtezzz tress he sent forth his word and healed XrtzzJuuizzHyufGtuiz:pppuvUv.vtzvhuzzhuzzzuuzLoizzJuutrGtuuzKiuyzzzvYv.zzzz them; he saved them XvuyvrtvhuizutzzDerzzGtizgJugyzzRv,zzzzzzzztuzzGdtdrzzt zyzrev/dvevevtzzzzzzzz from the grave. Let them give XutzzJuutzzJuutzJuuUcmcTzJuutzzJuutzzJuuuizzJuutzzJuutzJuuUcmvJuvuviJuuu thanks to the Lord XczJfuftzzJuutzzJuurzGtz zyzfsrsezzhjuzzhuoiuc,cetrjuizjuujuizjuuyzzkjiokiiuzzkloploouzzkjiozzzzzz for XzKiiyzzJhuiJuutzhJuzzyutzzFrrEzc,zzzzzzezzzzzcteGtrezzGstsezzzzdrdtz6zzJuivuyKioizhuzzyuyTc. his mer- cy

3 XzzJcFrvtvutJuvuvjKivuivhJuzhuzzuuHyutzzFdrtzzJuuiUYc,ccuiuvfuftzzzzzzzzzz and the won- ders he has done for his HXtuKiovuuJutzzJuuJutzzzJuuTc,cerzGtuuzKioJuuzgGtzzr zyzztev/cccccccccczzzzzzzz chil- dren.

4 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Alleluia Laudate Deum (Mode 4) Psalm 148 Btevrtgyvuyuvu ziuzhyytv,vu ziuzhyyrzzhyuyzgtrtzyzgttrv/zzzzzzzz Al- le- lu- ia. BzzzzzzzzzzzJuvzzyvgy ziuhyugttrc,vtezfrtyjuuyvtyvyuvyuhyutvrezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Praise the Lord, all you an- gels of BrytEv.vtz6zJuyJu zihyrzghyu zizsgstsezgttzgtezhytrv.vryzjfuftzzzdhydrzzzfgtzzetzhytrgtzzzzzzzz his; praise BTRv,vtezrtvyuvu ziuzhyytv,vuˆziuzhyyrzhyuyzgtrtzyzgttrv/zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz him, all his host.

5 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Offertory Jubilate Deo (Mode 1) Psalm 66 MqwvwzzgHyuvHyvyvyiHyztyzzGttRcmzzzvgyztzzKiiizzzzzzzzzrtxxxxxryzKiytzzzz Be joy- ful in God, all you lands; MutzzzgHyuzYv.vyviyzKitzzFrrwqzzzSwwqzzzSwWv,vqwzzFrrtzzzHyytzzHyYv,zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz be joy- MFrtzzzHyyzzzHytyzKiizzzKiuizzLooIv,v:po:pz[ozKiiuzyLovoKiivuyvyiHyztyzzzzzzzzzz ful in God, MGttRv,vgyztzzKiiivrzzzzvzzzzryzKiytzzzJutyzKiiYv,viizHytzzzHyz7zzKiuzzKiiczzzzzzz all you lands; MzKiuzzzyizGttRv.vryvytvfyftzzzKiizzzKiyvtyzzzTRv,vrtzzzHyrzzzGtytzioizzz sing the glo- ry of MiizKiuyvGftzrzzzyytzzgHyztyzKiiiHyytzzYc.ccjijoz:popzIYczmztycgygiLoiocOYzzzzzmzzzz his Name. Come and lis- ten, MjijozpopviyviiivzyytczzzdtdrdTvmcrtccyrzftfyftuoKiiiHyitrGtzzcrtw all you who fear God, and I will MrytccTc.vyiiviuviuyGtrGttWcmcwrzGtrtFrrzFrrwzterzzcyitzarawarzzzz tell you what the Lord has done

6 MrvrrrzGftzrWc.vtyvewzzFdrdyzzGtyGzterzzGftzyrzGtrevwz3zFrervEWv/vv for me, al- le- lú- ia.

7 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion (Year A) Laetabimur (Mode 2) Psalm 20 <GtvtvtrzGtrzDerztrzGtvyvtz6zzUv,vutuvioivko[pzLoizzzzzzzzz We will shout for joy at your vic- <uivtz6zzuv,vtvjuviviokiuvuijuuztytv,vuuyvuiloiozzzzzzz to- ry, and we will tri- umph in the <huzztyztrv,vuyvuivjizzykiuzhytzfrtvrzez4zzgtrzzgtyvtv/vvvz Name of the Lord our God. Ad libitum Psalm 20:1 <FrvtrvruvJuvuvuvJuvuyvuivivuivUv.zzzzzzzzzutzzzzzztuzzzzzzzzzz May the Lord an-swer you in the day of trou- ble: the Name <uvuvjuvuvkivutvuvyrvtytv/vvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz of the God of Ja- cob de- fend you.

8 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion (Year B) Dicit Andreas (Mode 7) John 1 XuuvuiviuyzUv,vuvuyvyrvyuiuvfuftz6zJuyzGtrtzzzzzzzzv An- drew said to Si- mon his bro- XTRv.vJuvuvipovzziovzyuviizzccRcc,vFrvtvuyJuizkozzzzzzzzzz ther, We have found the Mes- si- ah, who is called XiovuiJuuYv.vHyvuvioivutvtrvaeawaqzFrwFrvRv/zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz the Christ ; and he led him to Je- sus. Ad libitum Psalm 34:1 XruyvuivivivipvovoivIOv.viyvuivizzvjKiviz9z:pzzzz I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall ev- er XivJuvuuuvTRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzz be in my mouth.

9 Second Sunday After Epiphany Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion (Year C) Dicit Dominus (Mode 6) John 2 MryvgyzˆzuHytvRTv,zzvFrvwrvrrrvwrvrrGtrvRv,vrzz The Lord said, Fill the jars with wa- ter and Mtyvytvyz7zKivivtytzFrtvTRv.vrtHyvtvgyiuivyyˆzzhuvzzzzzzzz take them to the stew- ard. When the stew- ard MtyvFrvtvtytrGtvTRv,vHyvtvrtvftfyfTv,vtvˆzuutJuizzzzzz tast- ed the wa- ter, then be- come wine, he said MˆzJuvyvdrdtdrvRv.vHyvtvipLovivgugyz7zzjivytKipLovivyizzzzzzzz to the bride- groom, You have kept the good wine un- til MITv.viiuvHyvtvryrtvTv,vtvHyvuvivuuvyvtrzzzzzzz now. This was the first sign that Je- sus per-formed be- fore MtyvtvRvRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz his dis- ci- ples. Ad libitum Psalm 66:4 MrtvtrvtyvˆzuvyvtvtvRv.vrvzzzzztyzzzzzzzzzzyvxyvyvyizzzzzzz Come now and see the works of God: how won- der- ful he is MtvrvzzrvtvrwzzvdrvtvRv/vvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzz in his do- ing toward all peo- ple.

10 Third Sunday After Epiphany Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Introit (Year A & B) Dominus secus mare (Mode 1) Matthew 4 CervytvyvrevEv,vrvHyvuiviuzHyz7zKiuzKiŸzovKivzzzzzz The Lord was walk- ing be- side the sea of Ci:pp[zviuviiUv,vhuŸzoKiuviuvgyzzrJuyvytvgyzztHyrvRv,zzzzzzzzz Gal- i- lee when he saw two bro- thers, CdrdydJudivuvuiviuvuiJuuYc,cyuzjiciyvyuzjivppvhihuloiuzKiy Pe- ter and An- drew; and he called them, say- CYv.vKivyuvtyUv,vyivKivuvruHyyrzGtrervREv,vruyz ing, Fol- low me, and I will make you fish- CgyzzruyvuytyvdrdtdRv/vcyvuivivivivivipviviuzzzzzzzzzzz ers of men. Ps. The hea- vens de-clare the glo- ry of CUIv.vuyvuivivivipKivuvHyvyyyvRv/vvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz God: the firm- a- ment shows his han- di- work.

11 Third Sunday After Epiphany Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Introit (Year C) Adorate Deum (Mode 7) Psalm 97 VevHyyvyvuyvyiJuiHyyTv,vftyJuvuvoopLooyvyrzczztyz Bow down be- fore God, all you an- gels of VEv.vrHyyrvytyFrrEv,vrytJuivyrvyyvyuyTv,vGtvyzzzzzzzzzz his. Zi- on hears and is glad, and the VJuvevevsesrz5zHytvyyyvzzzytvryFrrEv/vceytvyuvuvUv,zz cit- ies of Ju- dah re- joice. Ps. The Lord is King; VuovivKiviuvUIv.vutvyuvuvuvuvuz8zLovuvHyvyyyzzz let the earth re- joice: let the mul- ti- tudes of the isles be VREv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz glad.

12 Third Sunday After Epiphany Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Gradual Timebunt gentes (Mode 5) Psalm 102 MwvdrrtvFrvrvdtdycFaraeawzzzGstsesrstzzRc,crvzzyrtyhKhihiLoioviuizzzzzzz The na- tions shall fear your Name, O MytyKiiydFrytrzGttRc.crvtytHyciHyytvyz7zKiiuKioviucyvyiHytyKiiyzz Lord, and all the kings of the earth MgKigizuzHyiGttRv,vrtHytvyzKiiiyzKiiuzzHyiTzzzzdrdyz7zsKisusystsrzzzFdrytrGtrvRv/ your glo- ry. MrvytvtivivKiivoKiiizzfKfifyizzKgigyzizzKdidtzyˆzuzzzdzGtdrzKii:poKiijuYc,zzzzzzzziozzzz For the Lord will build up Zi- MLhohihozJh[h[hizLhohiz[[[pzKiiuYc.crvrvdrytrctyvgyiuyzKiiiviciiYm on, and his glo- ry shall ap- pear. MˆzfufyutzzdFryutzRcmcHdydtKiiiiHyyryzzfGtyzGttRv/zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

13 Third Sunday After Epiphany Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Alleluia Dominus regnavit (Mode 8) Psalm 97 BtyuvuyzJuz8zLoivuLooovopoJuuYv,cioHyuzfHyftzzJuz8zLooizHyiJuizzzzzzzzzzzzz Al- le- lu- ia. BJuuYv/vovkozzipovoivio:ppouzLouzjKioIv,vKiviuvo[pvoiozzzzzz The Lord is King; let the earth re- BuyzjKioiYzzhJu ziuztzghykijuyzuyv.vhyvyvuyzkiouzloiyzzju ziutzkiuyzuzloozlop[zzzzzzzzzz joice; let the mul- BOUv,chohphzKipozzKioyzzzdJudyz fzfkifyzzkiuyjutzvytvtvz,vutvyuvouloivizzzzzzz ti- tude of the isles be BioUYv,ctuofJfufyzzzfGtfuz8zLoizzzkLoiuzzzzjKizzyizJuizzdHydtzHyuzLoozJfufyuizzHfyftzLoozJuyuIzzJuuzYzzz/ glad.

14 Third Sunday After Epiphany Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Offertory Dextera Domini (Mode 2, transposed) Psalm 118 BryvhuiJuyvgyyyyzzJhuivJuvivgyguyrzzfGtrezFrrEv,veverzHyuyzzzzzz The right hand of the Lord has struck Bui:ppKiozlpvhuzyiuvUv.vuvoovoivJuvuvoouzLooUv,cHyvuzzzzz with pow- er; the right hand of the Lord has ex- BuLoozLooupLoouvuiuyvUYv.vHyvuvuz8zzkozvoiUv,vyvLooozJuizz alt- ed me; I shall not die but live ByrYv,vDevrvyuHyvuvhuipo:poiuvJuvuvuz8zLooKiuzKiiUv/zzzzzzzzzzzzz and de- clare the works of the Lord. Third Sunday After Epiphany

15 Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion (Years A & B) Venite post me (Mode 8) Matthew 4 BHyvevyrYv,vyvyoiovuyvzzzzyyvzEv,vrHyyzHyiuviuzz Fol- low me, and I will make you fish- ers ByuvUYv.vLovzzzovouLovzzovzzzoovzzzovouvjijovuiJuyuvUYc,zzzz of men. When they heard these words, they for- sook their nets BHyvrvgyuzzjKizzuziYv,vyvyuyFrreHyrzzzzvHyvvyvgygugYv/vvvzzzzzzzz and their boats and fol- lowed the Lord. Ad libitum Psalm 119:1 BHyvuyvyovLovoivopvpvopvOv.vouvuovovooivyuzzz Hap- py are they whose way is blame-less: who walk in the law BoivuvYv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz of the Lord. Third Sunday after Epiphany

16 Communion (Year C) Comedite (Mode 8) Nehemiah 8 BtuHyvyvuyzJuyTv,vGtvyzhuzzzzvou zizv ziyzutv,vtezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Eat the fat and drink sweet wine and BtyvJuvYv,vyvJuvyvtrvGtvrvyvyuvyuvtyTRv.vyzzz send por-tions to those for whom no- thing has been pre- pared; for BuyvGtvyvJuvyvGtvyvYEv,vtrvyuvtrvEv.vtyvKuzzzzzzzz this day is ho- ly to the Lord. Do not be grieved; the joy ByvtyvUv,vuyvuiHyrzzgHyuiHyvyvggygugYv/vvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzz of the Lord shall be your strength. Ad libitum Psalm 81:2 BHyvuyvyovoivopvpvopvOv.vovLovooivyuvoivuzzzzzzz Raise the song and sound the tim- brel: the mer- ry harp and the BYv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzz lyre.

17 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Introit Laetetur cor (Mode 2) Psalm 105 NDevevtyvyvyiHyyTv,vyviiviviuzKiopzKiuKivyvzzzzzz Let the hearts of those who seek the Lord re- NgygugYv.vKivoKiivyiuviuKiyvyvgyztyzTEv,vtvtyiuviiizzz joice. Look to the Lord your God, and he will Nyz7zzjivgyguzHytyvYTv.vytyvgyzztyzGstsevyuGtvyviuzKiopzKiuKivyzzzz strength- en you; do not cease to seek his NgygugYv/vtvytvtivivkiviuviovoviovivIv.viyvz face. Ps. Give thanks to the Lord and call up- on his Name: make NyivivKizzzzzzzzzzoviyvivutvyuYv/vtvytvtiviuviococzz known his deeds a- mong the peo- ples. Re- mem- ber the mar-vels NiovivIv,viyvyivivKivivLoviyvKivutvyuYv/vzzzz he has done: his won- ders and the judg-ments of his mouth.

18 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time Gradual Quis sicut Dominus (Mode 5) Psalm 113 MrrvtyvdydrzztrewzzGtezFrtvrvrtHyytHytvrtzgHyztrtvTRv,zzz Who is like the Lord our God, MyivKivyvjijovzzhihuz8zLoiovOIv.vyvftˆzuytzzHdydrvHyvtvyrzzzzzzzzzzz who sits en-throned on high but stoops to be- hold MyivKivuivHyvtyvrtFrrtSawaqzzgyzztˆzuzYRv,vdrdydtzzKjiiiiHyyryzGftyzzzzzz the hea- vens and the earth. GMGttRv/vyviovoKiiyKiozhKihuiozYRv,vgHyiizOzzKiiyzKiozKhihuiozYRv,zzzz He takes up MgHygˆgzguzztuzzzzKjizzuizzJuizTRv,vyrHytrzzHyrtyKiizLouiyzKiozJ[[[Ivv,viozzzzzz Mkpkoz0zz;[vo[vKiuKivyvyKiityRc.vrvytvtiviv the weak out of the dust and lifts up the poor

19 MjijojizzLoizz:poiuzzIYv,vdrytrvtyvgyiuyKiiiviiYzzz,ˆzzuyutzdFryutzdFrytzzz poor from the ash- es. MKiiizHyyzFryzfGtyzGttRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzz

20 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Alleluia Adorabo (Mode 7) Psalm 138 MGtvyrtviyKiiovopKiiiTv,vioJuizdHydryizzJzhuzozzKiiizKiytyzzUzzzzzz Al- le- lu- ia. MHyyTv/cvGtviivkoziozgHyztyzdFrdyz7zzIzzzKhihuzytzzzzzYTc,cztyvztvftfyz7zzjizzzzzzzz I will bow down toward your ho- M:popicoivhyiHyyrtzHyrvRv.vrtyvioJ[[izLoozKiiiyzzKiitzzHyyrzTc,zzzzz ly tem- ple and bless Mdrdtdy7zzjKjijozJ[[izLoozzKiiiyzzKiitzzHyyrzTc,crtzHyyrzzfGtfyz7zIzKhihuzytzYTc,cftfyz7zzjizz your Mhihu8oiLoozKiz9z:pozl:pzopzOUc,ciozKiizHytyzzUzzHyyTv/vvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Name.

21 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Offertory Bonum est (Mode 8) Psalm 92 BrceccrcyyHyiuccURv,vzzzrzzzzzzzzzryvuLoooJuyvfyftz6zJuyvtyzzzzzzzzzzz It is a good thing to give thanks to the Byz7zLouizzUYv,cGtvcyvyovoooz:p[LoivoooUYc,cyLooovjojpjzLo ziuizz Lord and to sing prais- es to your B ziuv,vftuovoiouvgtz6zjuyjuoplooucmcloouloozjuyuzizjuuyv/zzzzzzzzzzzzccc Name, O Most High.

22 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion (Year A) Beati mundo corde (Mode 1) Matthew 5 BuovoivuiJuvuvuyrvtyuvYv.vyvuytyvtrvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Bless- ed are the pure in heart: for they shall BerzfGtzrervREv.vetvtrtvez4zzGftvevftfuvytyJuuyvYv,vyv see God; bless- ed are the peace- mak- ers: for ByuvHyvtvyuvuvLovuvuytvYTv.vtuovop[vpvopvzzzzzzz they shall be called the chil-dren of God; and bless- ed are BPOv,czzzLovuvLovyzzzzzzzzzzzzJuzzzzzzzhohuz8zzOIzzzzzzzmvyvyuHyyvtvyutzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz those who are per- se- cu- ted for righ- teous-ness BYTv,vyvutJytrvetDeeWv,vevdtdrz6zzJuyuvyuvtrverzgGtzrerzz sake: for theirs is the king- dom of hea- BREv/vzzzzzvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzz ven. Ad libitum Psalm 34:9 BtvyuvUvuovuvJuvuyvYUv.vytvyuvuvuouvyvzzftvzzz Fear the Lord, you that are his saints: for those who fear him lack BtyvUv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzz noth- ing.

23 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion (Years B & C) Illumina (Mode 1) 1 Psalm 31 CytyvrtvREv,vrvtuyvryvyyvrswczzsezgtreczzEv,zzzzz Make your face to shine up- on your ser- vant, CevyuvuiviuzHppiviviŸzoizJuutvuivyuKzhizuyuvUYcv.vzzzzzzzz and in your lov- ing kind- ness save me; CiŸzoizJuutvJuvuvytyvryvtevREv,veccrcccyvyyuzGftyte Lord, let me not be a- shamed for hav- ing called CrtvytrvRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz up- on you. Ad libitum Psalm 31:1 CyvuivivivivivivivivIv,vivivipvivizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz In you, O Lord, I have tak- en ref- uge; let me nev- er be CKiviuvUIv.vuyvuivivivipKivuvHyvyyyvRv/zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz put to shame: de- liv- er me in your righ- teous- ness. 1 Adaptation based upon the corrected version of the melody accessible at:

24 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Introit Venite, adoremus (Mode 2, transposed) Psalm 95 XuuivrtevrtvhuoiuvuuuzGftfyfTv,vrtzzzzzzzzzzzzzuiutzzzzvtuzzzzzzzz Come, let us bow down and bend the XioKiiUc,ctrtvutJuuJuiccuccurcctcccuiJuucczzzrtzzzzzzzzzutHytrccRzz. knee and kneel be- fore the Lord our mak- er; XtrtvutJuuzJuivuuuvrtvftffifuvzzyuvftfyfTv/vzzzzzzFdrvzzzzzztrzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz for he is the Lord our God. Ps. Come let CruvuvuvuvUv,vuvuvuvuvuvuvuvJuvuyzzzzzzzzuivzzzz us sing to the Lord: let us shout for joy to the rock of our XivuivUv.vutvtuvuvuvuvuvuvuvzuvzzuvzzzzzzzuzzzzzzzzzzzzzz sal- va- tion: let us come be- fore his pres-ence with thanks- giv- XUv,vuvuvuvhuvzzKivutvJuvyrvtyTv/vvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ing and raise a loud shout to him with psalms.

25 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Gradual (Year A) Dispersit, dedit (Mode 2 transposed) Psalm 112 XwzzvwvzzrtvtvutJuutrzHyrzfGtyvTv,zcutuizLkovuGttr zzhytr They have giv- en free- ly to the XretrGttezFrtuutrGtz z6zjuijuugtytc.vuuvuvuyuilouyjuuyv,chihuzzzzzzz poor, and their righ- XKiutvtvtuGtrtzJuutzzJuuyGtuzFrrEv,verzftvftuyGtyvrtvutuzjizzzz teous-ness will last for ev- XiuKioiuzLouLopizHyutrGtz6zzuIc,cuiLkozzzioKiouGtz6zUTc/czctvuivgLggogigugyzz er. Their de- scend- XJutRc,cHyrGGtuuKioiOc,cuo:piyzJuyrzGtytrTc,ciz9z:kpkozz:poiocOIc.civ ants will Xicjpjiz9zz:poivivKiviovhohuLoiJuutzJuutzUzzJuuzzUTc,cuiLoiuLoiuITc. be migh- ty in the land; XuuvuvuvuvuvuvuiviJhuzyrtzJhuzzyrtUc,cyiLoutczztuGtrtJuut the gen- e- ra- tion of the up- right XJuuyGtuFrrEc.ccerzfGtuytHyrtJutvuivioJuyuIc,crtJuuoidJdudydGtz6zzUTc/ will be blessed.

26 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Gradual (Years B & C) Tollite hostias (Mode 5) Psalms 96 & 29 MzwtrcFrz5zHytycrz5zHytczdtdrz5zHytyizHytFrerGttRc,crczzdrdyz7zKioKicyGttr Bring of- fer- ings and come in- MyicioJuiyvgytˆzuyrzczzrytzjiopozKKiiyuYc.ccopvovovioIc,cyz to his courts; wor- ship the Lord in MyvfyftzHytrtvdtdrvrytviuiyvrtvdrdydtzzzjiiiiHyyryzGftyzGttRc/zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz the beau- ty of ho- li- ness. MrvytvtivKivoKiiizKgigyzzLjijiozzKiiizdKidtzyˆzuzTRc,ciivivoiJ[[izLoizzz The voice of the Lord strips the for- M[[[LooivovioKiiyuYc.ccyvKivovopvoivyytHyytgHyiHyytvzzz ests bare; and in the tem- ple of MtrtvTRv,vrvrvrtvrvdrytrvtyvgyiuyKiiiviiYc,czzzzzzzzzz the Lord all his own are cry- ing glo- ry. MˆgzgugyzutzzdFrdyzutzFdrytzjzKiiziiHyyryzGftyzGttRv/vvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

27 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Alleluia Laudate Dominum (Mode 2) Psalm 117 NDevtHytHytyvtyzJuiHyyzzzvtHYc,cyuizzlLozzuozKiuytzKiizKiuyzJuuYzzv/ Al- le- lu- ia. NevtyvyiHyuzYTv,vuuchuhioKiiuvyz7zKiuivUYv.voiuKiuyuzzzzzzzzzzz Praise the Lord, all you na- tions; laud NUYv,vgyuHyytvhuiJuuvgygugyvYv,vyuizkLozuozKiuytzKiizKiuyzJuuzYzzzzzz/ him, all you peo- ples..

28 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Offertory Perfice gressus meos (Mode 4) Psalm 17 CevrytvftccztyvyyzHyyzYRv,vseryvytvtuHyyvrvru My foot- steps hold fast to the ways of your ChuzyiPvutvhuhizzHyruyTv,vFrvruvuyuvytrvyyHyvrHyyrzzzzzzzzzzzzzz law, O God; in your paths my feet may CyiuyJuiuvtuHyyvYTv.vtvtyKiŸzouvuifyftzzvyyzHyrzHyuvytv not fal- ter; In- cline your ear to CTc,ctvyuHyyvrHyyrvrz5zYv.verHytHyvtvtvtuGtvtvtyzzzzzzzzz me and hear my words; show me your mar- ve- lous Cuiuvtyvzgugyz7zKiuivIUv,vtvftfyz7zzhihuvuizzzzyvzztz6zUv,crvzz lov- ing- kind- ness, O Sav- ior of those who CrevryvyyyFrrevryvzzztvtuHyyvYTv/vvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz take ref- uge at your right hand.

29 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Communion (Years A & C) Introibo (Mode 8) Psalm 43 XryvyvutJuyRvc,vcrtJuyvyvyuzjivitvtiuvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz I will go to the al- tar of XyiJuuHytrzTRv.cvDevrvdrdtz6zJuvuvtyvtrzGtz6zzzhuvctytzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz God: to the God of my joy and XrtzgHyztrtvTRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzz glad- ness. Ad libitum Psalm 43:3 XdFrvtrvruvuvuvuvhuvuyvuivivuivUv.vutvtuzzzzzzz Send out your light and your truth that they may lead me: and bring XuvuvuvuvuvJuvuuyvrtvuyvGtvzzRv/vvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzz me to your ho- ly hill and to your dwell-ing.

30 Fifth Sunday After Epiphany Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Communion (Year B) Multitudo languentium (Mode 2) Luke 6 Ztz6zJuytzvtz6zUc,cutvuizkLoziuivIUc,cuuHyvtzzzzzzzfuftz6zzJuuzJui Man- y who lan- guished and were trou- ZUv,vtrvtz6zzhuvuuyGtrvtz6zhzJuzytzHytrvTRv,vuiJuuztzzzzvytzzz bled with un- clean spir- its came to Zrz6zJuytyvYTv.vuviz9zŸz:poivoivuyvuiJuyvryJuytvYTc, Je- sus: for pow- er went forth from him, ZzztvzzzzzuuyzJuiuizJuutvyuvyyTv/vvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz and healed them all. Ad libitum Psalm 34: 4 ZrvtrvruvuyvuivivuivuvzzzzUv.vutvtuvuvuvzzzzz I sought the Lord and he an- swered me: and de- liv- ered ZuvJuvivutvuvyrvtyTv/vvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzz me out of all my ter- ror.

31 Sixth Sunday After Epiphany Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Introit Esto mihi (Mode 6) Psalm 31 Btezzzzzstsez4ztcttrwvtz6zJuyJuuzzcftfyftccTcmctvtyvtrczzzez4zztzz Be my strong rock, O Lord, a cas- tle to BttrwvttvzzyuGttv.vtvyuvuvyvyuytvyuvyvterwvWzzzzz. keep me safe; for you are my crag and my strong- hold; BttvyuvuyuLooovuozzzzzyutvyuGttv,vttrvDevtvyrzgHyuvTzzzzz/ for the sake of your Name lead me and guide me. BzzzztyvytvyuvuvuvuvuvuvuvUv,vuvuvHyv zivuvzzz Ps. In you, O Lord, have I tak- en ref- uge: let me nev- er be ByvyvTvzzzzzz.vyvtvtvyvtevtvyvzztvzzTv/zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz put to shame; * de- liv- er me in your righ- teous-ness.

32 Sixth Sunday After Epiphany Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Gradual Tu es Deus (Mode 3) 1 Psalm 77 BweGttHytRc,cdrdtz6zJzgugyvyvgy iuzgyzttzgteytrv,crthyvychuzyiuzzz You are the God who a- lone BKioIc,ciopovoooJuoiyvyuvdrdtz6zJu ziygttzderev.vyuy:pvplooulozzz does won- drous things; you have ByvyKiiuLoouKivyuvdrdtz6zJuz ziygttderev,cyivjijojkiz9z:kpkozzizzjuuyloozzloozz de- clared your pow r a- mong BLoooHyyTc,ctvftfuz8zzkovgigyKiuyJuutJuucmcHyooozzLoooohJzuyHtrtzJuoytyuzzzzzzzzz the na- tions. BgHyguzHyyRv/vyiviuvoopLoouzgHyoJhuizJuuYv,ciovooLouyJuz8zzLjojic,cdrdyz By your strength you have BhJuoizkozzuzLoooozLouyzJuz8zzkovooLouyuvhuzyKiuyuGttRc,crvteGttezFrtzHyuzzzzzzzzz re- deemed your peo- Bjpj[jizLooLoucyczLoozzLooIv.vyvuivivivooxvjiopJhuoiLouyLoioPzzz, ple, the chil- dren of Ja- cob 1 Adaptation based primarily on the corrected form of the melody accessible at:

33 B[LoopzLkozziuPcc,cc[LoopzLkoziuzzzKiyizzLkozzyzuozzLoJozJgugyzzGttEcc,ccyvzzuivzzzzzzzzzzzz and Jo- BiizzkLozzuizzJhuzyuzzzHgyzzrtzzgHyzutzzHgyiuzzHyuzTRv/vvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz seph.

34 Sixth Sunday After Epiphany Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Alleluia Cantate Domino (Mode 1) Psalm 98 CrKiiviuytFrrvervRc,crezzhuzyuizJuytzFdrtrezRc,crKiiuyzzzzzzzzzz Al- le- lu- ia. CJuuzzKjizrzyTEcc,cctuytzzFdretzzYRxx/xcczzrKiiuyJuytRvrvrtczzzzzr5zYRzzzzzmzz Sing to the Lord Crvreqzzevrz5zzYRv,vriviuyuzzKzjizrzyTEzzzc,zzcrvrreqzDerzvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz a new song; for he has done CrtytFrrverzzzvRv,crezzhuzzyuizJhuytzzFdrtrezRc,crKiizJuyzJzuuzzKjizrzyzTEzmzz marv lous things. CtuytzzFdretzzYRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzvv

35 Sixth Sunday After Epiphany Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Offertory Benedictus es, Domine (Mode 3) Psalm 119 Mtvrvtvuoizzzyz7zzjivIUc,cyvHyiiuvytvGtizizHKiyzLoiuiz Bless- ed are you, O Lord; in- struct me in MuyvtyKiyrcTRc.vtvrvtvuoicyz7zzjivIUv,vyvHyiiuvytz your stat- utes; bless- ed are you, O Lord; in- struct me MGtiiHKiyzzLoiuivuyvtyKiizLopKiiiHyz7zKiuviizKiuyizHyyzFrtRc.vervtzzzz in your stat- utes; with my MtyuvyytyvHyiioHyytvrtviiKiuHyiHyyFrtRv,cwtvtvgygizHyz7zzKiz lips will I re- cite all the judg- MtvrtKiiGftziiivGftiiivytyˆzJutrzGtyFrerzftzrzEv/vvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ment of your mouth.

36 Sixth Sunday After Epiphany Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Communion Manducaverunt (Mode 1) Psalm 78 CrvrtccervyuKiyuKiiUc,vuvytvyizczzzJuurvrtrvRzzzzz. The peo- ple ate and were well sat- is- fied; CrvrvytyJuivuuyuvrtevyuiŸzhohuz8zLoiJuvyvyuzzKjizzuyuvUYc. for the Lord gave them grain from hea- ven. CivuvKivuvyvuuvRv,vrz5zHyytFrrvervyuKiyJuzzzzytzzzzzzzr5zzgyzz they were not dis- ap- point- ed; for he gave them what CztyvTRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz they craved. Ad libitum Psalm 78: 1 CyvuivivivipviviuvUIv.vuyvuivivKivivipizzzzz Hear my teach-ing, O my peo- ple: in- cline your ear to the CJuvyvyyyvRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz words of my mouth. Gregorian chant adapted to English words by Bruce E. Ford.

37 Seventh Sunday After Epiphany Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Introit Domine, in tua misercordia (Mode 5) Psalm 13 MrvryvyGttrtvTRv,crwvrtvyKiiHytrtvTRc,crtˆzJuuzzz I put my trust in your mer- cy, O Mtz6zzˆzJuytvrtHytrGttRv.vrvrtgyvytyviiivIc,ciyvipozzzzzzzzzz Lord; my heart it joy- ful be- cause MKivuvipLovoKiiyvyz7zzIv.vrtvrvrtgyvdtdrz5zHytvrtvYTzzz, of your sav- ing help; I will sing to the Lord, Myz7zzjivioKiiJuytHyˆzuYc,cHyvyKiiyvtyvgygˆzguzzGtz6zzJuytvrtHytrtzzzzzzzzzzzz for he has dealt with me rich- MTRv/vzzzrzzvyvivIv,vivivivivivovovIv.vyzzzzzzzz ly. Ps. How long, O Lord? Will you for- get me for- ev- er? How MivivivovuvivyvYv/xxxxxcccccccccccccccccccccccczzzz long will you hide your face from me? 1

38 Seventh Sunday After Epiphany Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Gradual Ego dixi (Mode 5) Psalm 41 MrcreGtz6zzˆzuvtrvtrvRTc,cwzFrrtzFrrtSwezSwwQc,cwzzzzcrwzFrerzz I said to the Lord, Be mer- MSweAqvwvrtvtytciiHyiGttRc.ccytyFrrtrvRTc,cwzFrrtzFFrrtSwezzzzzzzzzz ci- ful to me; heal me, zmswwqc,cwvrwvrvtytˆzjuytc,ctvtrhytyzvyrtyzfkfififyftzzhyz7zzkiokiizzzz for I have sinned a- gainst you. MyuYv,crtyKKiiLopKiizzgHyzztˆzuzYRv/vryKiiLopivIvmviuvoz0zz;[zzzzzzzzz Hap- py are they MjojiviviizjLjojizz:poiuzKgiggyczYc,cyccoizzLopizzLoizzLopozz:;pzziozz:pozz:ppizz:p[zzzzzzzzz who con- sid- er the poor MLkoziizYcmyczzziyKiiicgigyz7zzKjijozKiopKiizLooIc.czyczzzKjijiviviocLjojizzJutyzKiu and need- y; the Lord will de- liv- MtyIcmcuo:piHyvyvyiHytyjKijizyzjKijizuzHyiGttRc,crvtyvgyiuHyuvtyzzzz er them in the day of MiyiovkopKiuiOv,vtyKiipodKdidudzHyz7zzIYv/cccccccccccccccccccc trou- ble. 2

39 Seventh Sunday After Epiphany Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Rite) Alleluia Verba mea (Mode 2) Psalm 5 <rtvtvrtvthyytv,vtyjuzizzlfoftz6zzhuzytzfrz5zhyuzhyytc/cczzzzrtzzzz Al- le- lu- ia. Give <ftfuzfzhyz7zkiutv,vftuiviikovdidtdhyduhdydtdzfrz5zhyuytc,zzzctczzzzztwzzdddedrdzdgtdydtcz. ear to my words, O Lord, <iovitzdzhdydudydtdzfrz5zhyuvytv,vgtvtvrevrtvthyytv,ctyjuizzzzzzz and heark- en to my cry for help. <Gfofpftz6zzhuzytzFrz5zHfyfuzHyyTc/cccccccccccccccccccczzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz 3

40 Seventh Sunday After Epiphany Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Offertory Intende voci (Mode 5) Psalm 5 MyytˆzuHyyrzGtrvRv,vtvyz7zjivjioKiiccytczKiiHyz7zKiirtRc.zz Heark- en to my cry for help, Mrtvftfyz7zKiuyvyuvtyvyKiizKiozKiozKiiTc,ciizKioiozKiizfyftfzHyz7zzIYc.zzzz my King and my God; MGtvyvryKiizKiz9zz:jjpjoz:poKivivio:poKiiuYv,vyivrz5zHytzgHyiiizzLoio for I make my prayer to you, MKiizGttKiuyzjivdrdtdrvRv/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvzzzz O Lord.. 4

41 Seventh Sunday After Epiphany Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman rite) Communion Narrabo (Mode 2) Psalm 9 NDecevtuYc,cycyuvtevDevztvzyvzziivytcztuLoiuOIc.zzzzzz I will tell of all your mar- ve- lous works, O Lord; NHyvivuvioKiic,cHyviuvioKiivytvgyztyzTEc.vtuHyvyviiz I will be glad and re- joice in you; I will sing NytvtvyuTv,vtuLoiuzjivyvgygugYv/vvvvvvvvvvz to your Name, O Most High. Ad libitum Psalm 9: 10 NtvzzzzytvtivivzzzziviuviovoviovivIv.viyvyiccizzz Those who know your Name will put their trust in you: for you nev- NivivivzzizvoviyvivutvyuYv/xxxxxvvvvvvvvzzzzz er for- sake those who seek you, O Lord. 5

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