Saturday, June 24, 2017

Traditional Benedictine Office - Ordo for third week after Pentecost (June 25-July 1)

Sunday 25 June – Third Sunday after Pentecost

Matins: All as in the psalter with readings and responsories of the Sunday

Lauds to Vespers: Canticle antiphons and collect, MD 462-3*

Monday 26 June - Class IV; SS John and Paul, Memorial [EF: Class III]

Collect, MD 463*; for the commemoration at Lauds, MD [167]

Tuesday 27 June - Class IV

Collect, MD 463*

Wednesday 28 June - Vigil of SS Peter and Paul, Class II

Matins: All as in the psalter except for three readings and responsories, and collect of the feast 

Lauds to None: All as in the psalter for the day except for the collect, MD [166-7]

Vespers: I Vespers of SS Peter and Paul, MD [167] ff 

Thursday 29 June – SS Peter and Paul, Class I

Matins: All from the Common of Apostles except for the readings and responsories, of the feast

Lauds: Antiphons and proper texts of the feast, MD [169] ff with festal psalms

Prime to None: Antiphons etc of feast; collect MD [171]

Vespers (of the feast): Antiphons and psalms from Common of Apostles, MD (13), Magnificat antiphon MD [173] 

Friday 30 June - Commemoration of St Paul, Class III; commemoration of St Peter

Matins: Invitatory antiphon and hymn of the feast, one reading of the feast

Lauds: Antiphons and proper texts of the feast, MD [173] ff with festal psalms; note two collects under one ending

Prime to None: Antiphon etc of the feast

Vespers: Antiphons of Lauds; psalms from common of Apostles, MD (13); rest from MD [178-9]

Saturday 1 July  Saturday of Our Lady [EF: The Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Class I]

Matins: As for Office of Our Lady with reading for Saturday 1 in July

Lauds to None: Office of Our Lady, MD (129) ff

I Vespers of Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, MD 445*


Kevin Davis said...

Hi Kate! What's the Matins reading for the Saturday Office of our Lady, 1st Saturday in July? Thanks.

Kate Edwards said...

From a letter of St Ambrose to Pope Siricus. Not sure if that really helps though? Will be up on Lectio Divina notes later today Oz time as usual - does that timing not work for you?

You might like to join the discussion I've started on this on the Traditional Benedictine Office facebook group...