Ordo SK April Week 16


18 Second Sunday after Easter, Semidouble

At Matins: Inv., & Hymn from Ordinary for Eastertide. Matins is of nine Lessons. Lessons i-iii with their Responds from Proper (C349-351). Lessons iv-vi with their Responds from Proper (C351-352). Lessons vii-ix with their Responds from Proper (C352). Te Deum.

At Lauds: Psalms of Lauds 1 all under one Antiphon as for Eastertide. All else according to Proper (C352-3). Preces are not said. Collect is Proper (C353). Commem. of the Cross (A7).

At the Hours: Psalms of Sunday, under one Ant., as for Eastertide. All else also according to Proper (C353). Preces are not said. At Prime Dominical Preces are said.

Vespers: Psalms of Vespers 1 under one Ant., as for Eastertide, Chapter from Lauds, Hymn from Ordinary for Eastertide, Ant., on Magn., & Collect from Proper (C353), Commem. of the Cross.

19 Monday, Feria

At Matins:Inv., & Hymn from ordinary as for Eastertide. Psalms & Ant., from Psalter as for Eastertide. Three Lessons (C353-354). Te Deum is said.

At Lauds: Psalms of Lauds 1 all under one Antiphon as for Eastertide. All else according to Ordinary as for Eastertide (A22-3). Preces are not said. Collect is Proper (C353). Commem. of the Cross (A7).

At the Hours: Psalms as in the Psalter, under one Ant., as for Eastertide. All else also according to Ordinary as for Eastertide (A26-A40). Preces are not said. At Prime Dominical Preces are said.

Vespers: Psalms as in the Psalter under one Ant., as for Eastertide, Chapter & Hymn from Ordinary for Eastertide, Ant., on Magn., & Collect from Proper (C353), Commem. of the Cross (A7).

20 Tuesday, Feria

At Matins:Inv., & Hymn from ordinary as for Eastertide. Psalms & Ant., from Psalter as for Eastertide. Three Lessons (C354-356). Te Deum is said.

At Lauds: Psalms of Lauds 1 all under one Antiphon as for Eastertide. All else according to Ordinary as for Eastertide (A22-3). Preces are not said. Collect is Proper (C353). Commem. of the Cross (A7).

At the Hours: Psalms as in the Psalter, under one Ant., as for Eastertide. All else also according to Ordinary as for Eastertide (A26-A40). Preces are not said. At Prime Dominical Preces are said.

Vespers: Psalms of Vespers 3, Ant., from Lauds (D34-D35), Chapter & Hymn from Proper (D30), Ant., on Magn., from Proper (D30), No Preces, Collect from Proper (D35), No Suffrage.

At Compline: As for Sunday.

21 SOLEMNITY OF ST. JOSEPH, Double of I Class with common Octave

At all Hours all according to the Proper for the Feast in section D (D30-36).

At Lauds: No Preces. Commem. of St. Anselm from Table 8b, Collect from Proper of the Saints (D35), Commem. of Feria: Ant., from Proper of the Season (C357), Versicles from Ordinary as for Eastertide (A24), Collect from proper of the Season (C353). No Suffrage.

At the Hours: Psalms of Sunday, with Prime 1, proper Versicle for Eastertide. No Preces.

At Vespers: all as directed for I Vespers except what is given for II Vespers as proper. No Preces. Commem. of St. Anselm from Table 8c, Collect from Proper of the Saints (E150), Commem. of the Feria: Ant., from Proper of the Season (C353), Vers., from Ordinary as for Eastertide (A43), Collect from Proper of the Season (C353). No Suffrage.

At Compline: As for Sunday.

Within the Octave: On days in the Octave and on the Oct Day the Pss. with their Ants. are said at all the Hours, and at Matins the Noct. VV also, from the Psalter as for Eastertide; the I Noct. Lessons are read from the occurent Scripture, with their RR of the Season; the II and III Noct. Lessons are those assigned as proper to each day; but the rest is as on the Feast.

22 Thursday in the Octave

At Matins: Inv. & Hymn as in the Ordinary for Eastertide, Psalms under one Ant., as for Eastertide. Three Nocturns. Te Deum is said (For further details see the direction above for the Octave).

At Lauds: All as for Eastertide. Collect (D35), No Preces. No Suffrage.

At the Hours: All as for Eastertide. No Preces.

At Vespers: All as for Eastertide. Collect (D35), No Preces. No Suffrage.

At Compline: as for Feria

23 Saint George, M., sd

At Matins: Inv. & Hymn as in Common 4, Psalms under one Ant., as for Eastertide, Matins according to Rule 1. Te Deum is said (For further details see the direction above for the Octave).

At Lauds: All as for Eastertide. From Chapter of St. George from Common 4. Collect (E152), Commem. of Octave (D36), Commem. of Feria. No Preces. No Suffrage.

At the Hours: All as for Eastertide. No Preces. Collect from Proper of the Saints (E152).

At Vespers: All as for Eastertide. From the Chapter of the Feast as in Common 4 for II Vespers, Collect (E152), Commem. of Octave (D36), Commem. of Feria. No Preces. No Suffrage.

At Compline: as for Feria

24 Saturday of the Octave

At Matins:Inv., & Hymn from ordinary as for Eastertide. Psalms & Ant., from Psalter as for Eastertide. Three Lessons (C353-354). Te Deum is said.

At Lauds: Psalms of Lauds 1 all under one Antiphon as for Eastertide. All else as directed for the Octave. Preces are not said. Collect is Proper (D35). Commem. of Octave. No Suffrage.

At the Hours: Psalms as in the Psalter, under one Ant., as for Eastertide. All else also according to Ordinary as for Eastertide (A26-A40). Preces are not said. At Prime Dominical Preces are said.

Vespers: Psalms as in the Psalter under one Ant., as for Eastertide, Chap. from Lauds (C364), Hymn from the Ordinary as for Eastertide. Ant., on Magn., as for Lauds (C364). Preces are not said. Collect (C364), Commem. of Octave. No Suffrage.


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About Father Gregory

I am an Anglican Catholic Priest, currently residing in Orvelte, the Netherlands.
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2 Responses to Ordo SK April Week 16

  1. Eric says:

    This really is a wonderful service you are providing by doing this + making the Anglican Breviary more accessible!

    I remember when I learned how to use it, I had to do so all by myself – I hope others will learn to pray these treasured prayers and that your work will make it less intimidating.

    • fathergregory says:

      Thank you Eric. It is indeed my hope and purpose to make the Anglican Breviary more easily prayable. I too remember the frustrating struggle to master it. Yet Daniel Lula’s pdf was very helpful as were the sporadic Ordo’s he used to publish.

      Fr. Gregory +

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