Thursday, October 24, 2013

VII ante Kalendas Novembris, MMXIII

Saturday, 26 October, 2013
Vigil of Ss. Simon & Jude (anticipated from 27 October), Simple, Violet
Commemoration of St. Evaristus, Pope & Martyr

Office: Ferial Office per Annum; Ferial melody and normal doxology for all hymns at the Hours until None inclusive. The Preces and Collects are sung kneeling through None inclusive, likewise for the Collects and Postcommunion prayers at Mass.

At Mattins, 1 nocturn: Pss. 97-108; 3 lessons from the Common of Vigils of Apostles with 3 responds from the occurring Scripture (Saturday, Week IV October), No Te Deum.

At Lauds, Pss. 50, 91, 62 & 66, Canticle of Moses (from Deut.), 148-150, Chapter, Hymn, Versicle, and Benedictus Antiphon from the Psalter, Ferial Preces, Collect of the Vigil proper; Comm. of St. Evaristus, Suffrages of the Cross, Our Lady, St. Joseph, Sts. Peter & Paul, (Patron), and for Peace.

At Prime, Pss. 53, 118.1 & 118.2, Ferial Preces, Short Lesson Dominus autem dirigat.

At the Hours, Ferial Preces.

At Mass (after None), No Gloria, Comm. of St. Evaristus, 3rd. oration of Our Lady/All Saints, No Credo, Common Preface (Ferial Tone), Benedicamus Domino.

After None, the liturgical color changes to white for the feast of Christ the King; Double I Class. From now until Compline the following night, the hymns at the Hours take the proper doxology of Christ the King Gloria tibi, Domine, qui sceptri mundi temperas, etc. sung in the same melody as given for Pentecost.

At Vespers, Antiphons Pacificus, etc. (doubled) w/  Pss. 109, 110, 111, 112, & 116 from the Proper; Chapter, Hymn Te saeculorum, & Versicle from the Proper, Magnificat Antiphon proper Dabit illi; Collect from the Proper, Commemoration of the following 23rd. Sunday after Pentecost (=Saturday before the 5th. Sunday of October - Antiphon Tua est potentia, Versicle Vespertina, Collect of the Sunday); No Suffrages.

At Compline, Te lucis sung in the proper melody and doxology of Christ the King, No Preces, Salve Regina sung standing and in the Solemn Tone.

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