Friday, October 4, 2013

III ante Nonas Octobris, MMXIII

Saturday, 5 October, 2013
Saturday of the B.V.M.; Simple, White
Commemoration of Ss. Placid & Companions, Martyrs

Office: Ferial Antiphons & Psalmody, rest from the Common of the B.V.M. on Saturday. Our Lady's melody with the proper doxology of the Incarnation for all hymns at the Hours until None inclusive.

At Mattins, Invitatory Ave Maria & Hymn Quem terra from the Common, 1 nocturn: Pss. 97-108; proper absolution and blessings from the Common, lessons 1 and 2 (=2&3 combined) w/ responds from the occurring Scripture (Saturday, Week I October), 3rd. lesson from the Common for the month of August, Te Deum.

At Lauds, Pss. 50, 91, 62 & 66, Canticle of Moses (Deut,), 148-150, Chapter, Hymn O gloriosa Domina & Versicle from the Common, Benedictus Antiphon Beata Dei Genetrix as in the Common, Collect from the Common, Commemoration of Ss. Placid et al. (Antiphon Vestri capilli, Versicle Exsultabunt, Collect from the Proper), Suffrages of St. Joseph, Ss. Peter & Paul, (Patron), and for Peace.

At Prime, Pss. 53, 118.1 & 118.2, Dominical Preces, Short Lesson In plateis from the Common.

At Mass, after Sext, Mass Salve Sancta Parens for Trinity Sunday-Advent, Gloria, Commemoration of Ss. Placid et al., 3rd. orations of All Saints, No Credo, Preface of the B.V.M. (Et te in veneratione, Ferial Tone), Ite Missa est.

After None, the liturgical color changes to green for the 20th. Sunday after Pentecost the following day; Semidouble.

At Vespers, Saturday Antiphons w/ Pss. 143-147 from the Psalter; Chapter, Hymn O lux beata Trinitas & Versicle from the Psalter, Magnificat Antiphon Refulsit sol from the Proper (Saturday before the second Sunday of October), Collect of the Sunday, Suffrages of Our Lady, St. Joseph, Ss. Peter & Paul, (Patron), and for Peace.

At Compline, Te lucis in the Ordinary melody w/ regular doxology, Preces, Salve Regina sung standing and in the Solemn Tone.

1 comment:

  1. Here's a random question for today's office: If one's patron has a proper office, are the commemorations always from Lauds and II Vespers?

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