Ordo Third Week of October


Sunday, October 16, Trinity XVII

All as in the Psalter & Ordinary except:

Mattins: IX Lessons; Nocturn I & II: lessons & responds from C624-C626 & Table 5); Nocturn III: lessons 7-8 from C690-C691, lesson ix is the Legend of St. Hedwig (E477-E478), followed by Te Deum.

Lauds & Hours: comm. St. Hedwig using Table 14b, Collect E 477. No Preces, no Suffrage. 

Vespers: commem. St. Etheldreda using Table 12a, Collect S64; comm. St. Hedwig using Table 14c.

Compline: of Sunday, no Preces.

Monday, October 17, St. Etheldreda Q.V., d. 

All as in the Psalter & Ordinary except:

Mattins: III Lessons. Inv. & Hymn from Common 12. Lessons i & ii (where ii is ii and iii combined) using Responds 10 & 12 from Table 5; lesson iii is the legend of St. Etheldreda (S64-S65), Te Deum.

Lauds & Hours: from Chapter of St. Etheldreda using Common 12, Collect S64. No Preces, no Suffrage.

Vespers: all for St. Luke E479 (using common 3 where propers are not given) w/ commem. of St. Etheldreda using Table 12c. There are two collects given for St. Luke: EPB is for the English Prayer Book and APB is for the American Prayer Book use. 

Compline: of Sunday, no Preces. 

Tuesday, October 18, SAINT LUKE THE EVANGELIST, d2. 

All as indicated in E479-E480. This means that for this feast everything which is not specifically given as proper is taken out of Common 3 for all the Hours. Compline is of Sunday (no Preces).

Wednesday, October 19, St. Frideswide, V., d. 

All as in the Psalter & Ordinary except:

Mattins: III Lessons. Inv. & Hymn from Common 12. Lessons i & ii (where lesson ii is lesson ii and iii combined) from C621 & Responds 16 & 18 from Table 5; lesson iii is the Legend for St. Frideswide (S65-S66), Te Deum. 

Lauds & Hours: from Chapter of St. Frideswide using Common 12, Collect from S65. 

Vespers: from Chapter of St. Frideswide using Common 12. 

Compline: no Preces. 

Thursday, October 20, Feria. 

All from Psalter & Ordinary. 

Mattins: III Lessons from C628, Responds Table 5. No ( ! ) Te Deum. 

Lauds & Hours: Suffrage is said at Lauds & Dominical Preces at Prime. 

Because today is the first free Feria of the month a Requiem Mass is suggested and it may therefore be appropriate to say the Mattins & Lauds of the Dead immediately following the Lauds of the day (H8-H25). If the Mattins & Lauds of the Dead cannot – for whatever reason(s) – be added it should be ignored. 

Vespers: from Chapter of St. Hilarion using Common 10, Collect E483 w/ commem. of St. Ursula using Table 12a, Collect E483. Suffrage is said.

Compline: Preces are said. 

Friday, October 21, St. Hilarion, Ab. s. 

All as in Psalter & Ordinary except;

Mattins: III Lessons. Inv. & Hymn from Common 10. Lessons i & ii from C628-C629 w/ Responds 4 & 6 from table 5; Lesson iii is the Legend of St. Hilarion E483-E484, Te Deum follows.

Lauds & Hours: from Chapter of St. Hilarion using Common 10, w/ commem. of St. Ursula using Table 12b. At Lauds Suffrage is said and at Prime Dominical Preces are also said. 

Vespers: Office of St. Mary on the Sabbath (G1), Ant. on Magn. from G3, Collect from G4 w/ commem. of the Martyrs of New Guinea using Table 6a, Collect 3 from Common 6. Suffrage is said. 

Compline: Preces are said.

Saturday, October 22, Office of St. Mary on the Sabbath, s.

All as in the Psalter & Ordinary except what is given as proper in the Sabbath Office of Our Lady (G2-3). At Mattins iii lesson is from St. Bernard (G8), followed by Te Deum. At Lauds commem. of the Martyrs of New Guinea using Table 6b, Collect 3 from Common 6. 

New Guinea (also called Irian), one of the world’s largest islands, has a difficult terrain that discourages travel between districts, Consequently, it is home to many isolated tribes, with many different cultures and at least 500 languages. Christian missionaries began work there in the 1860’s, but proceeded slowly.

When World War II threatened Papua and New Guinea, it was obvious that missionaries of European origin were in danger. There was talk of leaving. Bishop PhilipStrong wrote to his clergy: “We must endeavour to carry on our work. God expects this of us. The church at home, which sent us out, will surely expect it of us. The universal church expects it of us. The people whom we serve expect it of us. We could never hold up our faces again if, for our own safety, we all forsook Him and fled, when the shadows of the Passion began to gather around Him in His spiritual and mystical body, the Church in Papua.” They stayed. Almost immediately there were arrests. Eight clergymen and two laymen were executed “as an example” on September 2, 1942. In the next few years, many Papuan Christians of all Churches risked their own lives to care for the wounded.

Source: http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bio/235.html

Vespers: as for Saturday, Ant. on Magn. C624, Collect from C692. Suffrage is said.

Compline: Preces are said. 

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I am an Anglican Catholic Priest, currently residing in Orvelte, the Netherlands.
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