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Weekly Lectionary Readings and Commentary

Year B, 2015

(November 30, 2014 through November 22, 2015)

Advent 1
November 30
Advent 2
December 7
Advent 3
December 14
Advent 4
December 21
Christmas Day
December 25
Christmas 1
December 28
Christmas 2
January 4
Epiphany
January 6
Epiphany 1
January 11 (Baptism)
Epiphany 2
January 18
Epiphany 3
January 25
Epiphany 4
February 1
Epiphany 5
February 8
 
Epiphany 6
Proper 1
ALT February 15
Epiphany 7
Proper 2
Not Used
Epiphany 8
Proper 3
(not used)
Epiphany 9
Proper 4
(not used)
Last Epiphany
Transfiguration February 15
Lent 1
February 22
Lent 2
March 1
Lent 3
March 8
Lent 4
March 15
Lent 5
March 22
Lent 6
Palm/Passion
March 29
Easter 1
Easter Sunday
April 5
Easter 2
April 12
 
Easter 3
April 19
Easter 4
April 26
Easter 5
May 3
Easter 6
May 10
Easter 7
May 17
Pentecost
May 24
Trinity Sunday
May 31
Proper 3
(not used)
Proper 4
(not used)
Proper 5
June 7
Proper 6
June 14
Proper 7
June 21
Proper 8 
June 28
Proper 9
July 5
Proper 10
July 12
Proper 11
July 19
Proper 12
July 26
Proper 13
August 2
Proper 14
August 9
Proper 15
August 16
Proper 16
August 23
Proper 17
August 30
Proper 18
September 6
Proper 19
September 13
Proper 20
September 20
Proper 21
September 27
 
Proper 22
October 4
Proper 23
October 11
Proper 24
October 18
Proper 25
October 25
Proper 26
November 1
 
Proper 27
November 8
Proper 28
November 15
Proper 29
Christ the King
November 22

Clicking on a date will take you to the readings and commentary (if available) for that Sunday; if more than one are available, the Old Testament reading will appear first, with direct links to others.

This section is still being developed, so commentaries for all Sundays are not yet available.  However, most Sundays have some material available.  Sundays in Grey list the Lectionary readings for that Sunday, but do not have commentaries or other material available.

The Propers are readings for Ordinary Time following Epiphany and Pentecost, numbered to help establish a seven day range of dates on which they can occur.  Propers numbering in the Revised Common Lectionary begins with the Sixth Sunday in Epiphany, excludes Sundays in Lent through Pentecost and Trinity Sunday, and resumes the Second Sunday after Pentecost (the first Sunday after Pentecost is Trinity Sunday), usually with Proper 4.  Since the date of Easter is variable between March 22 and April 25, some Propers are not used in certain years, nor are all the Sundays of Epiphany.  The Roman Catholic Lectionary and those based on it number the Propers differently.

Commentaries continue with Year C, Advent 1

The Church Year begins with Advent in November/December.
We are presently in YEAR A of readings in the Revised Common Lectionary.
Year A:  2010-2011, 2013-2014, 2016-2017
Year B:  2011-2012, 2014-2015, 2017-2018
Year C:  2012-2013, 2015-2016, 2018-2019

 -Dennis Bratcher, Copyright © 2014, Dennis Bratcher, All Rights Reserved
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This section is still being developed, so commentaries for all Sundays are not yet available.  Sundays in Gray list the Lectionary readings for that Sunday, but do not have commentaries or other material available.