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Revision as of 01:40, 6 December 2016

The Lutheran church calendar used by Bach and others numbered Sundays from Trinity, the sequence of readings loosely corresponding to Sundays after Pentecost.

Gospel Sunday after Trinity Post Pentecost Ordinary Time
Luke 16:19 (Lazarus and Dives) Trinity 1 26 C
Luke 14:16 (great supper) Trinity 2 Pentecost II
Luke 15 (the lost sheep) Trinity 3 Pentecost III 24 C
Luke 6:36 (blind lead the blind) Trinity 4
Luke 5 (miraculous catch) Trinity 5 Pentecost IV 5 C
Matth 5:20 (admonition against grudges) Trinity 6 Pentecost V 6 A
Mark 8 (feeding of 4000) Trinity 7 Pentecost VI
Matth 7:15 (false prophets) Trinity 8 Pentecost VII 9 A
Luke 16 (dishonest steward) Trinity 9 Pentecost VIII 25 C
Luke 19:41 (the moneychangers) Trinity 10 Pentecost IX
Luke 18:9 (Pharisee & publican) Trinity 11 Pentecost X 30 C
Mark 7:31 (deaf cured) Trinity 12 Pentecost XI 23 B
Luke 10:23 (good Samaritan) Trinity 13 Pentecost XII 15 C
Luke 17:11 (10 lepers) Trinity 14 Pentecost XIII 28 C
Matth 6:23 (Lilies of the Valley) Trinity 15 Pentecost XIV 8 A
Luke 7:11 (raising at Nain) Trinity 16 Pentecost XV 10 C
Luke 14 (healing on Sabath) Trinity 17 Pentecost XVI
Matth 22:34 (great commandment) Trinity 18 Pentecost XVII 30 A
Matth 9 (power to forgive sins) Trinity 19 Pentecost XVIII
Matth 22 (a royal wedding) Trinity 20 Pentecost XIX 28 A
John 4:44 (healing at Capernaum) Trinity 21 Pentecost XX
John 18:23 (the unmerciful servant) Trinity 22 Pentecost XXI
Matth 22:15 (Caesar's coin) Trinity 23 Pentecost XXII 29 A
Matth 9:18 (daughter of Jairus) Trinity 24 Pentecost XXIII
Matth 24:15 (flee to hills) Trinity 25
Matth 25:31 (I was a stranger) Trinity 26 Christ the King A
Matth 25:1 (wise & foolish virgins) Trinity 27 32 A



See also Ordinary Time