Wednesday, June 26, 2013


Monday, 1 July, 2013
Octave Day of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, Precursor of the Lord; Double Major, White
Commemoration of the Octave of Sts. Peter & Paul

Office: Proper Festal Office as on the feast. Solemn melody with normal doxology for all hymns at the Hours.

At Mattins, 3 nocturns, proper antiphons (doubled),: 1 - Pss. 1,2,&3; 2 - Pss. 4,5, & 8; 3 - Pss. 14, 20, & 33; 1st. Nocturn - 3 lessons and responds from the occuring Scripture (Lessons resumed from the Sunday yesterday which were omitted because of the feast of St. Paul), 2nd. & 3rd. nocturns,  lessons and responds from the proper for the Octave Day, Te Deum.

At Lauds, 5 antiphons (doubled) proper Elisabeth Zachariae, etc. with Sunday psalms, Pss. 92, 99, 62 & 66, Benedicite, 148-150; Chapter, Hymn, Versicle, Benedictus Antiphon Apertum est, and Collect as on the feast, Comm. of the Octave of Sts. Peter & Paul, No Suffrages.

At Prime, first antiphon from Lauds w/ Pss. 53, 118.1 & 118.2, No Preces, Short Lesson from None as on the feast.

At the Hours, antiphons 2, 3, & 5, respectively, from Lauds w/ the respective divisiones of Ps. 118; rest as on the feast.

At Mass, after Terce, Gloria, Comm. of the Octave of Sts. Peter & Paul, No Credo, Common Preface (Solemn Tone), Ite Missa est.

After None, the liturgical color remains white, but for the feast of the Visitation of the B.V.M., Double II Class, on the following day. All hymns of iambic dimeter use the proper doxology of the Incarnation from now until Compline the next evening inclusive.

At Vespers, 5 antiphons (doubled) Exsurgens Maria etc. from the Proper w/ Pss. 109, 112, 121, 126, & 147; Chapter, Hymn, & Versicle from the Common of the B.V.M., Magnificat antiphon Beata es Maria and Collect from the Proper; Commemorations of the Octave Day of St. John the Baptist & Octave of Sts. Peter & Paul, no Suffrages.

At Compline, Hymn Te lucis sung in Our Lady's melody with the doxology of the Incarnation Gloria tibi, Domine, qui natus es de Virgine, etc., No Preces, Salve Regina sung kneeling but in the Solemn Tone.

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