Propers for Sundays

First Sunday of Advent

Second Sunday of Advent

Addendum: Commemoration of Second Sunday of Advent (See Note 2.)

Third Sunday of Advent (Gaudéte Sunday)

Third Sunday of Advent with O Antiphons (Gaudéte Sunday)

Fourth Sunday of Advent (Roráte Sunday)

Sunday in the Octave of the Nativity

The Most Holy Name of Jesus (See Note 3.)

The Feast of the Holy Family (observed on the first Sunday after the Epiphany)

First Sunday after Epiphany (See Note 4.)

Second Sunday after Epiphany

Third Sunday after Epiphany

Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

Sixth Sunday after Epiphany

Septuagesima Sunday

Sexagesima Sunday (see Note 1 below) *or* Sexagesima Sunday omitting commentary

Quinquagesima Sunday

First Sunday of Lent

Second Sunday of Lent

Third Sunday of Lent

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Lǽtare Sunday)

Passion Sunday, the First Sunday in Passiontide

Palm Sunday, the Second Sunday in Passiontide (full version, 20 pages on 5 sheets, includes Blessing and Procession of Palms and full Gospel)

Palm Sunday, the Second Sunday in Passiontide (abbreviated version, 12 pages on 3 sheets, omits Blessing and Procession, includes full Gospel)

Palm Sunday, the Second Sunday in Passiontide (abbreviated version, 8 pages on 2 sheets, includes abbreviated Blessing and Procession and abbreviated Gospel)

Easter Sunday

Divine Mercy Sunday (or Low Sunday)

Good Shepherd Sunday (Second Sunday after Easter)

Third Sunday after Easter

Fourth Sunday after Easter

Fifth Sunday after Easter

Addendum: Commemoration of the Fifth Sunday after Easter (See Note 2.)

Sunday after the Ascension

Pentecost Sunday

Trinity Sunday

Second Sunday after Pentecost

Third Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Third Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2.)

Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2.)

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2.)

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost

Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2 below.)

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2 below.)

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2)

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2 below.)

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2) below.)

Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 2) below.)

Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost

Addendum: Commemoration of the Votive Mass for the Propagation of the Faith (used on the penultimate Sunday in October each year)

Note: In the Extraordinary Form, the Feast of the Kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ is always observed on the last Sunday in October and supersedes the Mass of the season which would otherwise be offered on that Sunday.  The propers for this Feast can be found on the Feasts and Commemorations page.

Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost

Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost

Third Sunday after Epiphany (Resumed)

Fourth Sunday after Epiphany (Resumed)

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany (Resumed)

Sixth Sunday after Epiphany (Resumed)

Twenty-Fourth or Last Sunday after Pentecost (See Note 1.)

Twenty-Fourth or Last Sunday after Pentecost (commentary omitted; 4 pages on 1 sheet)

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Notes:

  (1)  This six-page document includes a cut half sheet as an insert.  For printing, two sheets of 8½” x 11″ paper, double-sided, are required. See the printing note near the top of the first sheet.

  (2)  Sometimes the Mass of the Sunday is superseded by a Mass in observance of a Feast.  If the Feast is not one of those which the Roman Missal (1962) categorizes as “a feast of the Lord,” then the Mass of the Sunday must be commemorated, alongside the Feast, at the Collect, the Secret, and the Postcommunion.  (For example, in the year 2021, August 15th falls on a Sunday, and the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (which is obligatory on August 15th every year) is not “a feast of the Lord,” and therefore, the Mass of the 12th Sunday after Pentecost is commemorated on that date in that year.  In addition to printing the Propers for the Feast on that Sunday, you can also print this “Addendum” for the commemoration of the applicable Sunday.  Print the “Addendum” double-sided and then cut the sheet down the middle to create two “Addenda” inserts.  Your extra effort will please Jesus, and your congregation will appreciate it, too.  For the full Propers for the Mass of the feast, see the “Propers for Feasts and Commemorations” page.

  (3) In the Extraordinary Form, the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus is observed on the first Sunday in the calendar year, except when the first Sunday falls on January 1st, 6th or 7th, in which event this Feast is observed on January 2nd.

  (4)  Its name notwithstanding, this Mass (In excelso throno…) is not actually offered on the first Sunday after the Epiphany because, in the vetus ordo, the Feast of the Holy Family has been transferred to that Sunday and supersedes this Mass on that day.  However, this Mass is offered on ferial weekdays following the first Sunday after the Epiphany.

Addenda.