Ordo for Lent 2 (based on the Simple Kalendar)


Sunday – March 1st

I Vespers: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent. Commem. of St. David (Table 7a). Matins: All as for Sunday in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent (remember no Alleluia‘s & Te Deum in Lent). Lauds & Hours: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent (Lauds 2) w/commem. of St. David (Table 7b) Preces are said at all Hours (the Preces are said at all Hours throughout Lent, kneeling). II Vespers: all as in the Psalter for Lent w/commem of St. Chad p. S19 (Table 7a).

Monday – March 2nd 

Monthly Office of the Dead & Requiem suggested instead of Daily Office below. If the suggestion is followed than after Sunday Vespers there immediately follows the Vespers of the Dead. Matins & Lauds are from the Office of the Dead (p. H1).

Matins: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent w/commem. of St. Chad (adding Legend of St. Chad to the last lesson of Matins). Lauds & Hours: All as in the Psalter (Lauds 2) & Ordinary for Lent. Collect “Grant we beseech” & commem. of St. Chad (Table 7b). Vespers: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent. Collect: “Assist us ..” & commem. of St. Aelred p. S20 (Table 10a)

Tuesday – March 3d

 Matins: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent add Legend of St. Aelred to last lesson of Matins. Lauds & Hours: All as in the Psalter (Lauds 2) & Ordinary for Lent. Collect “O Most merciful” & commem. of St. Aelred (Table 10b) Vespers: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent. Collect: “We beseech thee ..” & commem. of St. Casimir (Table 9a).

Wednesday – March 4th

Matins: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent w/commem. of St. Casimir (adding Legend of St. Casimir to the last lesson of Matins). Lauds & Hours: All as in the Psalter (Lauds 2) & Ordinary for Lent. Collect “We beseech thee.” Vespers: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent. Collect: “O God, the restorer ..”

Thursday – March 5th

Matins: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent. Lauds & Hours: All as in the Psalter (Lauds 2) & Ordinary for Lent. Collect “Grant us.” Vespers: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent. Collect: “Assist, O Lord” & commem. of Sts. Perpetua & Felicity (Table 13a).

Friday – March 6th

Matins: all as in the Psalter & Ordinary for Lent adding the Legend of Sts. Perpetua & Felicity to the last Lesson of Matins. Lauds & Hours: All as in the Psalter (Lauds 2) & Ordinary for Lent. Collect “Almighty God” & commem. of Sts. Perpetua & Felicity (Table 13b). Vespers: all as for the Feast of a Doctor using Common 8 for what is not given as proper w/commem. of the Lenten Feria (use Vespers Collect).

Saturday – March 7th

Matins: all as for the Feast of a Doctor using Common 8 for what is not given as Proper. The Legend is divided at the asterisks into 3 parts for the 2nd Nocturn. Commem. of Lenten Feria instead of Lesson ix ! Lauds & Hours: all as for the feast using Commoin 8 for what is not given as proper w/commem. of Lenten Feria (use Lauds Collect). Vespers: all as in the Psalter for Saturday in Lent w/commem. of St. Thomas (no Preces due to the commemoration a double feast, Table 8c). 

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I am an Anglican Catholic Priest, currently residing in Orvelte, the Netherlands.
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One Response to Ordo for Lent 2 (based on the Simple Kalendar)

  1. Dale Crakes says:

    From over at Ritual Notes. Does anyone know why the opening versicle of Monastic Matins (LAP edition) “O God, make speed to save me” is dropped in the, I thought, Roman Breviary Matins based Anglican Breviary, Ordinary of Matins. I was told that it and the “open my lips” were both in the Roman Breviary but in an inverted order from the Monastic usage. They are in the 1549 and 1552. The “O God, make speed….” was dropped later in Anglican usage for some reason. Anyway the question is why the divergence of Monastic and Roman Breviary usages on this?

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