Ordo Sunday May 29


Rogation Sunday

  • Matins; all as in Psalter & Ordinary for Sunday in Eastertide. III Nocturns, all from the Proper of the Season (C380-C385).
  • Lauds: all as in Ordinary & Psalter for Sunday in Eastertide, V/R & Ant. on Ben. from Proper of the Season. Collect: p. C386, Commem. of the Cross is said. At the end of Lauds:

~ “V. Let us bless the Lord.

~ R. Thanks be to God”

~ The Litany without the Seven Penitential Psalms (for Rogation Sunday according to p. S91).

~ Final Our Father & rest as usual.

  • Prime & Little Hours: all as in Psalter & Ordinary except what is given Proper in the Season. At Prime, Dominical Preces are said.
  • Vespers:  all as in Ordinary & Psalter for Sunday in Eastertide, V/R & Ant. on Magn. from Proper of the Season. Collect: p. C386.
  • Compline: of Sunday, Preces are said.
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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 Sunday May 29

  1. Charles Smith says:

    Tomorrow is Memorial Day in the United States and we memorialize all those who have given their lives in the service of the country. Could you go give me an Ordo for Dead which goes through step by step the service…not of the deceased being brought into the church, not of the recently dead…and later it lists bishops, and various other people. I get so confused regarding what I should say in the proper order just for the dead like the Carthusians do each Friday, or as I would like to do for my mother, my father and my sister.

    Thank you, Father.
    Charles Smith

    • Father Gregory says:

      Dear Charles,

      Thank you for this excellent question. I will start working on it and hopefully post it later today.

      Fr. G +

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