Traditional Psalm Distribution for Terce, Sext, and None


The Psalms are distributed as given for Sunday and are repeated in the same way throughout the week. The Antiphons are as follows:


Sunday: Alleluia,* Alleluia, Alleluia.

Eastertide: Alleluia,* Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia.

The above Antiphon is used every day in Eastertide.

Monday through Friday:

Antiphon throughout the year: Lead me* in the path of Thy commandments, O Lord.

Antiphon in Lent: Behold now the day* of repentance, to redeem sin, and save the world.

Antiphon in Passiontide: O Lord, Thou hast judged* the cause of my soul. Thou hast redeemed my life, O Lord my God.


Antiphon: Hold Thou me up,* O Lord, and I shall be safe.

Antiphon in Lent: Let us approve ourselves* in much patience, in much fasting, by the armour of righteousness.

Antiphon in Passiontide: O My people* what have I done unto thee, and wherein have I wearied Thee? Testify against me.


Antiphon: Look Thou upon me*, O Lord, and be merciful unto me.

Antiphon in Lent: Let us approve ourselves* in much patience, by the armour of righteousness, by the power of God.

Antiphon in Passiontide: Did not they reward me evil for good?* for they digged a pit for my soul.


About Father Gregory

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