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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C

6 February 2022
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First reading

Isaiah 6:1–2, 3–8
‘Here I am: send me.’

Responsorial psalm

Psalm 137(138):1–5, 7–8
R. In the sight of the angels I will sing your praises, Lord.

Second reading

1 Corinthians 15:1–11
I preached what the others preach, and you all believed.

Gospel acclamation

Matthew 4:19
Come follow me, says the Lord, and I will make you fishers of my people.

Gospel

Luke 5:1–11
They left everything and followed him.

Images from the Word

  • Taught
  • Into deep water
  • Followed him
  • Touched my mouth
  • Least of the apostles

Liturgical notes

A main element of the Eucharistic prayer is the acclamation,

in which the whole congregation, joining with the heavenly powers, sings the Sanctus [Holy, Holy, Holy]. This acclamation, which is part of the Eucharistic Prayer itself, is sung or said by all the people with the priest.

General Instruction of the Roman Missal, §79

Across all the diverse Christian churches, there has been the consistent practice of singing the ‘Holy, Holy, Holy’, given to us in the Book of Isaiah, during the eucharistic celebration. The one voice of the presider and the assembly is never replaced by the voice of the choir alone; all are called to join with the heavenly host in singing the praise of God. With their acclamation, the holy people of God take their rightful place in the eucharistic prayer.

‘Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be consoled. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall have their fill.’

—communion antiphon

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