Ordo for August 28 – September 3


TRINITY XIV, Semiouble, w/ commemoration of Sts. Augustine & Hermes

Sunday August 28

Simple Kalendar: ignore St. Hermes entirely. Rest as given.

All as in the Ordinary and Psalter at all Hours except:

Matins: lessons i-vi from Fifth Sunday of August, vii-ix from Trinity XIV. Nothing of Sts. Augustine & Hermes. Te Deum.

Lauds: Ant. on Ben. & Collect from Proper of the Season (Trinity XIV) w/commem. of Sts. Augustine (Table 8, Collect from Proper of the Saints) and Hermes (Table 5b, Collect from Proper of the Saints). No Common Commemoration, no Preces.

Vespers: Ant. on Magn. from Proper of the Season (Trinity XIV) & Collect from Proper of the Season w/ commem. of Sts. John Baptist (see p. E389) & Augustine (Table 8c). , and Sabina (Table 13a). No Common commemoration, no Preces.

The Beheading of St. John Baptist

Monday August 29

Simple Kalendar: all for St. John nothing of St. Sabina.

All from Common 5 except what is provided as proper (p. E389-393).

Matins: lessons i-iii from Nativity of St. John Baptist (p. E237-238); iv-ix from Proper (p. E390-392) where lessons ix is for St. Sabina. Te Deum.

Lauds: Antiphons, V/R, Ant. on Ben., & Collect from Proper (p. E392-393) w/commem. of St. Sabina (Table 13b). No Preces, no Common Commem.

Vespers: Pss from Vespers 2, Antiphons from Lauds, V/R, Ant. on Magn., from Proper w/ commem. of Sts. Rose of Lima (Table 12a) and Felix & Audactus (Table 6a). No Preces, no Common Commem.

St. Rose of Lima

Tuesday August 30

Simple Kalendar: all as in the Ordinary & Psalter. At Prime Dominical Preces, at Lauds Common Commem.

All as in the Ordinary & Psalter except:

Matins according to Rule 1 (p. xli) so that lesson ix for SS. Felix & Adauctus is integrated with lesson iii. Lacking propers are taken from Common 12. Te Deum.

Lauds: Collect from proper w/commem. of SS. Felix & Adauctus using Table 6b & proper Collect. No Preces, no Common Commem.

Vespers: from Chapter of Common 9 w/ proper Collect p. E396 St. Raymund. Commem. of St. Giles using Table 10a & St. Rose using Table 12b. Nothing of St. Aidan.

Simple Kalendar: nothing of St. Rose and nothing of St. Raymund. From Chapter onward of St. Aidan using Common 7. 

St. Raymund Nonnatus

Wednesday August 31

Simple Kalendar Feast of St. Aidan. Matins by Rule 1 using Common 7 where necessary. Lauds & Vespers from Chapter of St. Aidan using Common 7.

All as in the Ordinary & Psalter except:

Matins by Rule 1 (p. xli) using Common 9 as needed. Te Deum.

Lauds: from Chapter of the feast using Common 9. Collect from Proper.

Vespers: from Chapter of St. Raymund using Common 9 commem. of St. Giles using Table 10a/

 St. Giles the Abbot. 

Thursday September 1

Simple Kalendar ferial.  Common Commem. & Dominical Preces are said.

All as in the Ordinary & Psalter except:

Matins: lesson iii is for St. Giles. Te Deum.

Lauds: from chapter of the Feast, Collect from Proper, Common Commem. is said.

Prime: Dominical Preces are said.

Vespers: from Chapter onward of St. Stephen using Common 9 as needed. Collect from Proper, Common Commem. is said.

St. Stephen, King and Confessor

Friday September 2

Simple Kalendar as below, except ignore Office of Our Lady on Saturday at Vespers.

Matins by Rule 1 (p. xli). Te Deum.

Lauds: from Chapter of St. Stephen using Common 9 as needed. Common Commem. is said.

Prime: Dominical Preces are said.

Vespers:  from Chapter of St. Stephen using Common 9 as needed w/commem. of Our Lady on the Sabbath (p. G1 & G4) Common Commem. is said.

Office of Our Lady on the Sabbath

Saturday August 3

Simple Kalendar ignore the Office of Our Lady on the Sabbath.

All as on p. G1 to G7. Pss & Ants at all Hours are ferial.

Vespsers: 1st Vespers of Trinity XV.

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About Father Gregory

I am an Anglican Catholic Priest, currently residing in Orvelte, the Netherlands.
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3 Responses to Ordo for August 28 – September 3

  1. frbolin says:

    Father, I’m rather new to using the Anglican Breviary, though I love it. I am confused, however, how you list August 28 as Trinity XV, but last Sunday was listed as Trinity XII? Of course, they may both be typos, as you have listed August 7 as Trinity XI and August 14 as Trinity XII. I assume then, that you intended August 21 as Trinity XIII and today as Trinity XIV.

    I am enormously thankful for all the work that you have put into this. May God bless your endeavor to glorify Him.

    Fr Ken Bolin
    Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter

    • Father Gregory says:

      Hello Father Bolin, your assumption is correct. Today is Trinity XIV !

    • Father Gregory says:

      Glad to have you on board with the Anglican Breviary Fr. Bolin! Pls do not hesitate to ask questions or correct mistakes when you spot them. Writing Ordo’s is time consuming and mistakes are so easy to make. I am afraid I do not write Ordo’s because I am very good at it, rather I write them because no-one else is 🙂

      Anyway thank you so much for stopping by today!

      Gregory +

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