Friday, May 16, 2014

Weeks IV and V post Octavam Paschae (18-31 May, 2014)

Week IV

Sunday - IV post Pascha, semiduplex, white. Comm. S. Venantius, M at Mattins (Lesson IX), Lauds and Mass. II Vespers of Sunday; comm. of the following S. Pudentiana, VM. Dominical Preces at Prime and Compline; Suffrage of the Cross at Lauds and Vespers.

Monday - S. Pudentiana, VM, simplex, red. Suffrage of the Cross at Lauds and Vespers; Dominical Preces at Prime and Compline. Vespers of the Feria (white).

Tuesday - Feria, white. Suffrage and Preces.

Wednesday - Feria, white. Suffrage and Preces.

Thursday - Feria, white. Suffrage and Preces.

Friday - Feria, white.Vespers of the following day. Proper doxology and melody of Our Lady at Compline tonight and the hymns at the Hours tomorrow through None. Suffrage and Preces.

Saturday - of Our Lady, simplex, white. Suffrage at Lauds and Dominical Preces at Compline. Vespers of the following Sunday; Comm. of the following S. Gregory VII, PC, Suffrage of the Cross. Preces at Compline.

Week V

Sunday - V post Pascha, semiduplex, white. Comm. S. Gregory VII, PC at Mattins (Lesson IX), Lauds, and Mass. II Vespers of Sunday; Comm. of the following S. Philip Neri, C and preceding S. Gregory VII, PC. Suffrage of the Cross at Lauds and Vespers; Dominical Preces at Prime and Compline.

Monday - Rogation Monday, simplex (major feria not-privileged), Office-white/Mass-violet. Comm. S. Philip Neri, C at Lauds and Mass. At Mattins, no Te Deum. Suffrage of the Cross at Lauds; Dominical Preces at Prime. At Mass (violet), procession w/ Litany of the Saints, no Gloria, Comm. S. Philip Neri, no Credo. In places where S. Philip Neri is observed, Comm. and proper Last Gospel of the Rogation Day at Mass. Vespers of the following day, no Comms, Suffrage of the Cross. At Compline, Preces.

Tuesday - S. Bede the Venerable, CD, semiduplex, white. Suffrage and Preces. Vespers, from the capitulum, of the following; Comm. of the preceding, Suffrage of the Cross.

Wednesday - S. Augustine of Canterbury, BC, semiduplex, white. Comm. Vigil of the Ascension at Mattins (Lesson IX), Lauds, and Mass. At Lauds, Suffrage of the Cross. At Prime, Dominical Preces. At Mass, proper Last Gospel of the Vigil. After None, where conceded, Mass of the Vigil without comm. of S. Augustine. Vespers of the following without comms. or suffrage. No Preces at Compline. From Vespers, proper doxology and melody of the Ascension for the hymns at the Hours through None of the following Saturday, 7 June. All Suffrages and Preces cease from henceforth until after Trinity Sunday.

Thursday - Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Duplex I Class with Octave, White. Proper Office and Mass. At Mass, Gloria, no Comms., Credo, Preface and Communicantes of the Ascension. II Vespers of the feast, no Comm. of the following. In France, comm. of the following S. Joan of Arc, VM.

Friday - Within the Octave, semiduplex, white. All as on the feast except proper lessons at Mattins and no doubling the antiphons at the major Hours. Comm. S. Felix, PM at Mattins (lesson IX), Lauds, and Mass. Vespers the same as II Vespers of the feast, Comm. of the following S. Petronilla, V. In France, S. Joan of Arc, VM, Duplex I Class, Red w/ Comm. of the Octave.

Saturday - Within the Octave, semiduplex, white. Comm. S. Petronilla, V at Mattins (lesson IX), Lauds, and Mass. All as on the previous day. Vespers of the following Sunday, Comm. of the Octave.




2 comments:

  1. For ferias of Eastertide, I get that Lauds is as on Sunday, in terms of Psalms and Antiphons (as is Prime, I believe). The Benedictus Antiphon is proper, and the Collect is of the Sunday, but what of the Chapter? Also of the previous Sunday?

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  2. Paul, the ferial Office of Paschaltide has a set of capitula for Lauds, Terce-None, and Vespers. In pre-1911 breviaries these are printed at the respective Hours and/or on the Monday after Low Sunday. (In post-1911 versions, these are given in an Ordinarium section for Paschaltide and, in some cases, printed throughout the ferial Psalter for easier use - again a sensible development in an otherwise botched psalter). The capitula from the Sundays are proper to the Sundays alone and are not repeated during the week.

    The Tridentine usage during this season employs the same antiphons and psalms for Lauds and the Hours on both Sunday and Feriae with only the Benedictus and Magnificat antiphons changing and properly assigned to each day.

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