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There are usually more Sundays after Epiphany in the Lectionary than are needed between Epiphany and Lent. Please note the dates and '''begin Lent when it starts for any given year''', instead of continuing with all of the Sundays in Epiphany.
 
There are usually more Sundays after Epiphany in the Lectionary than are needed between Epiphany and Lent. Please note the dates and '''begin Lent when it starts for any given year''', instead of continuing with all of the Sundays in Epiphany.
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{{Lectionary Top
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|week=1st Sunday After Epiphany/Baptism of the Lord Sunday
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}}
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=OT
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|book A=Isaiah
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|chapter A=42
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|verse A=1-9
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|book B=Genesis
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|chapter B=1
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|verse B=1-5
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|book C=Isaiah
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|chapter C=61
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|verse C=1-4
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}}
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|-
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=Psalms
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|book A=Psalm
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|chapter A=29
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|verse A=1-11
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|book B=Psalm
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|chapter B=29
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|verse B=1-11
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|book C=Psalm
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|chapter C=29
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|verse C=1-11
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}}
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|-
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=Gospel
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|book A=Matthew
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|chapter A=3
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|verse A=13-17
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|book B=Mark
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|chapter B=1
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|verse B=4-11
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|book C=Luke
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|chapter C=3
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|verse C=15-22
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}}
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|-
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=Epistles
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|book A=Acts
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|chapter A=10
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|verse A=34-43
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|book B=Acts
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|chapter B=19
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|verse B=1-10
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|book C=Acts
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|chapter C=8
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|verse C=14-17
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}}
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|}
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{{Lectionary Top
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|week=2nd Sunday After Epiphany (January 7-13)
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}}
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=OT
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|book A=Isaiah
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|chapter A=49
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|verse A=1-7
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|book B=1 Samuel
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|chapter B=3
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|verse B=1-10
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|book C=Isaiah
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|chapter C=62
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|verse C=1-5
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}}
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|-
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=Psalms
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|book A=Psalm
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|chapter A=40
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|verse A=1-11
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|book B=Psalm
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|chapter B=63
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|verse B=1-8
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|book C=Psalm
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|chapter C=36
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|verse C=5-10
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}}
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|-
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=Gospels
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|book A=John
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|chapter A=1
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|verse A=29-34
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|book B=John
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|chapter B=1
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|verse B=35-42
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|book C=John
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|chapter C=2
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|verse C=1-11
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}}
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|-
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{{Lectionary
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|genre=Epistles
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|book A=1 Corinthians
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|chapter A=1
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|verse A=1-9
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|book B=1 Corinthians
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|chapter B=6
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|verse B=12-20
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|book C=1 Corinthians
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|chapter C=12
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|verse C=1-11
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}}
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|}

Revision as of 17:01, 1 December 2008

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There are usually more Sundays after Epiphany in the Lectionary than are needed between Epiphany and Lent. Please note the dates and begin Lent when it starts for any given year, instead of continuing with all of the Sundays in Epiphany.


1st Sunday After Epiphany/Baptism of the Lord Sunday
Year A Year B Year C
OT Isaiah 42:1-9 Genesis 1:1-5 Isaiah 61:1-4
Messages
Psalms Psalm 29:1-11 Psalm 29:1-11 Psalm 29:1-11
Messages
Gospel Matthew 3:13-17 Mark 1:4-11 Luke 3:15-22
Messages
Epistles Acts 10:34-43 Acts 19:1-10 Acts 8:14-17
Messages


2nd Sunday After Epiphany (January 7-13)
Year A Year B Year C
OT Isaiah 49:1-7 1 Samuel 3:1-10 Isaiah 62:1-5
Messages
Psalms Psalm 40:1-11 Psalm 63:1-8 Psalm 36:5-10
Messages
Gospels John 1:29-34 John 1:35-42 John 2:1-11
Messages
Epistles 1 Corinthians 1:1-9 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 1 Corinthians 12:1-11
Messages