Friday, August 7, 2015

Ordo - Heb. II Augusti, MMXV

Hebdomada: Second Week of August
Hymnody: Per Annum doxologies and with Ordinary melodies (on Sundays and feasts of nine lessons) and Ferial melodies (on Feriae and Simplex feasts) unless otherwise noted

Sunday, 9 August - XI Sunday after Pentecost (2nd. Sunday of August), Semiduplex, Green. Comms. of S. John Mary Vianney* and S. Romanus, M. Dominical Office per Annum. At Mattins, lesson IX of S. John Vianney, Te Deum. At Lauds, Comms. of S. Vianney and S. Romanus, Suffrages of the BVM, etc. At Prime, Pss. 53, 117, 118.1, 118.2, and Quicumque, Dominical Preces. At Mass (after Terce), Gloria, Comms. of S. Vianney and S. Romanus, Credo, Trinity Preface. Vespers of the following day (change to red), Comm. of the Sunday, no Suffrages. From now until Compline tomorrow inclusive, the hymns are sung in the solemn melodies with the Per Annum doxologies. At Compline, no Preces.

From now until Compline of 22 August inclusive, all Suffragia and Preces are omitted due to the occurring octaves. On the feast of S. Lawrence itself, the solemn melodies are sung for the hymns whilst the ordinary melodies are employed on the days within the octave until the Assumption exclusive.


Monday, 10 August - S. Lawrence, DM, Duplex II Classis w/ Octave, Red. Office from the Common of One Martyr and the Proper. At Mattins, Te Deum. At Lauds, no Comms. At Mass (after Terce), Gloria, no Comms., Credo, Common Preface. II Vespers of the feast, Comm. of the following Ss. Tiburtius & Susanna.

Tuesday, 11 August - Within the Octave of S. Lawrence, Semiduplex, Red. Comm. of Ss. Tiburtius & Susanna, MM. Office and Mass as on the feast except the proper lessons at Mattins. Lesson IX and Comm. of Ss. Tiburtius & Susanna at Lauds and Mass. At Mass, 3rd. orations of Our Lady/All Saints. II Vespers of the day, no Comms.

Wednesday, 12 August - Within the Octave, Semiduplex, Red. Office and Mass as on the feast except the proper lessons at Mattins and the added orations at Mass (2nd. of Our Lady/All Saints, 3rd. at the choice of the celebrant). II Vespers of the day, Comm. of the following.

Thursday, 13 August - Within the Octave, Semiduplex, Red. Comm. of Ss. Hippolytus & Cassian, MM. Office and Mass as on the feast except the proper lessons at Mattins. Lesson IX and Comm. of Ss. Hippolytus & Cassian at Lauds and Mass. At Mass, 3rd. orations of Our Lady/All Saints. II Vespers of the day,  Comm. of the following S. Eusebius.

Friday, 14 August - Within the Octave, Semiduplex, Red. Comms. of the Vigil of the Assumption and S. Eusebius, C. At Mattins, all as on the feast except the proper lessons for today, lesson IX of the Vigil, Te Deum. At Lauds, Comms. of the Vigil and S. Eusebius. At Mass (after Terce), Gloria, Comms. of the Vigil and S. Eusebius, Credo, Common Preface, Proper Last Gospel of the Vigil. Where allowed, Mass of the Vigil after None without Comm. of the Octave. Vespers of the following day (change to white), no Comms. The days within the Octave of S. Lawrence is not commemorated on days which are Duplex I or II Classis.

Photo taken from the RadTrad's Collection
From now until Compline of 22 August, the hymns are sung in the proper melody of the BVM with the proper doxology of the Incarnation.

N.B. The CTO follows the Office, Mass, and Octave of the Assumption entirely as written before 1950, the Octave Day, moreover, as in 1939 or prior.

Saturday, 15 August - Assumption of the BVM, Duplex I Classis w/ Octave, White. Office from the Common of the BVM and the Proper. At Mattins, Te Deum. At Lauds, no Comms. At Mass (after Terce, Gaudeamus!), Gloria, no Comms., Credo, Preface of the BVM (Et te in Assumptione). II Vespers of the feast, Comms. of the following XII Sunday after Pentecost (III of August) and S. Joachim only.







* S. John Mary Vianney, canonized and added to kalendar by Pius XI, is added by the CTO with Simplex rank.

1 comment:

  1. Glad to see the 1950 rite is completely gone here. I took some time years ago trying to save face for a lot of non-Bugnini related liturgical changes in the 20th century, like the new Assumption liturgy, but in the end the innovations were either entirely sentimental or meant to imbue a didactic point, both of which are a bit distance in spirit from Romanitas. The Roman rite has the unique place of worshipping God for God's sake. While teaching is far from excluded, it is not the main point (re: Fr Hunwicke's description of the new Assumption collect).

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