Official portrait of Bishop Stephen Parkes, Diocese of Savannah
Today (Sunday) is indeed the first of Ordinary time, since Sunday is the first day of the week. However, it is displaced by the feast of the Baptism of OLJC and therefore resumes tomorrow.Look at the older calendar. The first Sunday after Pentecost has its own Mass but is displaced by Trinity Sunday, and so is celebrated on a following weekday. The following Sunday is the second a.P.My Liber Usualis is the 1961 edition, and directs that on Trinity Sunday the Gospel of the 1st a.P. be read as the Last Gospel.
A good explanation is also here: https://aleteia.org/2020/01/13/when-is-the-1st-sunday-in-ordinary-time/?utm_campaign=NL_en&utm_source=daily_newsletter&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=NL_en
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