Tuesday, 31 March, 2015
Simplex, Privileged Major Feria, Violet
At Mattins: Invitatory Hodie si vocem audieritis w/ Ps. 94 (no Gloria Patri) and hymn Pange lingua gloriosi praeliam certaminis of Passiontide, one nocturne w/ antiphons and psalms from the Psalter for Tuesday (Gloria Patri is sung after each psalm), versicle proper for Passiontide, lessons and responds from the Proper (no Gloria Patri in the third respond), no Te Deum.
At Lauds: Antiphons from the Proper w/ Pss. 50, 42, 62-66, Canticle of Ezechiel, and 148-149-150, Chapter and Hymn Lustra sex w/ versicle Eripe of Passiontide, Bened. Ant. proper, Ferial Preces, Collect proper, no Commemorations.
At Prime: Hymn Jam lucis sung in the melody for Passiontide, first antiphon from Lauds w/ Pss. 53, 24, 118.1, and 118.2, Chapter Pacem, Short Respond - no Gloria Patri, Ferial Preces, Short Lesson Faciem for Passiontide.
At Terce, Sext, and None: Hymns sung in the melody for Passiontide, antiphons two, three, and five from Lauds, respectively, w/ the respective divisi of Ps. 118, Chapters and Short Responds of Passiontide, Ferial Preces, Collect from Lauds.
Mass after None; the deacon and subdeacon wear violet folded chasubles. Ps. 42 omitted, no Gloria, 2nd. orations for the Church or the Pope, no 3rd. orations. The Passion of S. Mark is sung by three deacons as on Palm Sunday after which the deacon of the Mass, in broad stole, chants the Gospel passage at the end. No Credo, Preface of the Holy Cross, Benedicamus Domino.
At Vespers, sung in the morning before noon: antiphons and psalms from the Psalter for Tuesday, chapter and hymn Vexilla Regis w/ versicle Eripe for Passiontide, Magnif. Ant. proper, Collect proper, no Commemorations.
At Compline: Hymn Te lucis sung in the melody of Passiontide, Preces.