Friday, June 20, 2014

Heb. II post Pentecosten MMXIV

Sunday, 22 June - Sunday within the Octave of Corpus Christi, Semiduplex, white. Comms. of the Octave and S. Paulinus, BC. Melody and proper doxology of the Incarnation for hymns at the Hours. All as on the feast of Corpus Christi except what is given proper for the Sunday. At Mattins, 9th. lesson of S. Paulinus. At Lauds and Mass, Comms. of the Octave and S. Paulinus. II Vespers of the Sunday w/ Comm. of the following day within the Octave (Magn. Ant. taken from I Vespers of Corpus Christi).

Monday, 23 June - Within the Octave, Semiduplex, White. Comm. Vigil of S. John the Baptist. All as on the feast except what is given proper. At Mattins, 9th. lesson of the Vigil. At Lauds and Mass, Comm. Vigil. . At Mass, Proper Last Gospel of the Vigil. Vespers of the following day w/ Comm. of the Octave. The proper doxology and melody of the Octave remain in force owing to no proper elements thereof from the following feast.

Tuesday, 24 June -  Nativity of S. John the Baptist, Precursor of Our Lord, Duplex I Classis, White w/ Octave. Comm. of the Octave. Office Proper. At Lauds, Comm. of the Octave. At Mass, Gloria, Comm. of the Octave, Credo and Preface of the Nativity of Our Lord (both ratione Octavae), Ite Missa est. II Vespers of the feast w/ Comm. of the following day within the Octave (Magn. Ant. taken from I Vespers of Corpus Christi).

Wednesday, 25 June - Within the Octave of Corpus Christi, Semiduplex, White. Comm. Octave of S. John the Baptist All as on the feast except what is given proper. At Lauds and Mass, Comm. Octave of S. John the Baptist. Vespers of the following Octave Day (all as at First Vespers of Corpus Christi) w/ Comms. of the following Ss. John & Paul and Octave of S. John the Baptist.

Thursday, 26 June - Octave Day of Corpus Christi, Duplex Majus, White. Comms. Ss. John & Paul, MM, and Octave of S. John the Baptist. All as on the feast except what is given proper. At Mattins, 9th. lesson of Ss. John & Paul. At Lauds and Mass, Comms. Ss. John & Paul  and Octave of S. John the Baptist. Vespers of the following day, no Comms. At Compline, proper doxology and melody of the Sacred Heart for the Te lucis; likewise, for the hymns at the Hours tomorrow.

Friday, 27 June - Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Duplex I Classis. Office Proper. No Comm. of Octave of S. John the Baptist this day per Table of Occurrence. At Mass, Gloria, Credo, Preface of the Sacred Heart. II Vespers of the feast, Comm. of the following S. Leo II.

Saturday, 28 June - S. Leo II, PC, Semiduplex, White. Comms. Octave and Vigil of Ss. Peter & Paul. Office from the Common of Bishop-Confessors and the Proper. At Mattins, 1st. nocturne lessons from the occurring scripture w/ responds from the Common, 9th. lesson of the Vigil, Te Deum. At Lauds, Comms. of the Octave and the Vigil. At Mass, Gloria, Comms. Octave and the Vigil, Common Preface, Ite Missa est, Proper Last Gospel of the Vigil. Vespers of the following day (change to red) w/ Comm. only of the III Sunday after Pentecost.

Notes:
The CTO adds the moveable feast of the Sacred Heart to the Temporale with the Office and Mass as revised/decreed by Pope Pius XI. However, the CTO does not extend an octave for it; though, one may be observed ad libitum utilizing the proper lessons each day as found in Breviaries issued between 1932 and 1954. The Sunday following (i.e. the Third after Pentecost) is a Green (or white or red if another octave dictates so) Semiduplex Sunday with the Dominical Office per Annum subject to the usual rules of occurrence and concurrence; this year the Sunday is superseded by Ss. Peter & Paul.

Unless otherwise stated, days within octaves are not commemorated either in occurrence or concurrence with Duplex I Classis feasts. Hence, the Octave of S. John the Baptist "disappears" at both Vespers, Lauds, and the Mass of the Sacred Heart and likewise again for the same on the feast of Ss. Peter & Paul.

Prior to 1911, S. Leo II is observed on 28 June, and S. Irenaeus is not on the general kalendar at all. Divino Afflatu moved S. Leo II to 3 July and added S. Irenaeus on 28 June.  The CTO, seeking minimal disruptions from the Tridentine kalendar, keeps the former as is and then adds S. Irenaeus to 3 July, the reverse of Divino Afflatu, This is entirely coincidental to 1962ville's same placement for S. Irenaeus.


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