Ordo for the fifteenth week after Pentecost


Sunday 6 September  - Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Class II

Matins: Sunday 1 of September

Lauds: Psalm schema 1 (50, 117, 62); hymn Ecce iam lucis; canticle antiphon and collect, MD 474-5*

Vespers: Canticle antiphon and collect, MD 474-5*

**For St CloudMD [258]

Monday 7 September [**In some places, St Cloud, Confessor, Class I]

All as in the psalter; collect, MD 474-5*

Tuesday 8 September - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Class II [EF: with a commemoration of St Hadrian, Martyr]

Matins: Three Nocturns, with invitatory antiphon, hymn and readings of the feast, rest from Common of feasts of the BVM

Lauds: Antiphons and proper texts for the feast with festal psalms, MD [259] ff

Prime to None: Antiphons of Lauds with chapter and versicles

Vespers: Antiphons and proper texts for the feast, MD [263] with psalms from the Common of Feasts of Our Lady at Vespers

Wednesday 9 September - Class IV; St Gorgonius, memorial

All as in the psalter; collect, MD 474-5*; for the commemoration at Lauds, MD [264-5]

Thursday 10 September – Class IV [EF: St Nicholas of Tolentino]

Collect, MD 474-5*

Friday 11 September  - Class IV; SS Protus and Hyacinth, memorial

Collect, MD 474-5*; for the commemoration at Lauds, MD [265]

Saturday 12 September – Saturday of Our Lady [EF: Most Holy Name of Mary]

Matins to None: At Matins, reading of Saturday 2 of September; Lauds to None, MD (129) ff 

I Vespers of Second Sunday of September, MD 453*/ Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, MD 475*

5 comments:

Ivan said...

Do you ever pray Matins, perhaps the Clear Creek Monastery edition (even though it doesn't contain the readings)?

Kate Edwards said...

Sorry Ivan not quite sure what you are asking? Are you looking for more detailed references to Matins books?

Personally I use the 1963 Monastic Breviary for all the hours these days, but as its all Latin, that won't be a viable option for many people. The Clear Creek books though seem to me to be a very useful intermediate step in helping you learn the Matins psalms.

Ivan said...

I was just wondering if you ever pray Matins and if you do, if it is from the Clear Creek Matins book. Since you have the full breviary, I believe my question is answered. :)

Anonymous said...

Is today an ember day[09-16-15]? The information that is given on this site about ember days does not give the way in which the ember day is handled in the office.Does the antiphon for Benedictus change? Thank you for a wonderful and very helpful site.May God bless you! chuck little

Kate Edwards said...

No the Ember days are next week in the traditional calendar. And they are reflected in the Office by special collects for the day, as shown in the Ordo for September.