On all three Pre-Lenten Sundays (but not on weekdays) the Proper Invitatory and the winter hymn are used.The Alleluia is omitted from Compline on the Saturday before Septuagesima until Compline on Saturday before Easter. The Laus, tibi Domine is used instead. On double feasts antiphons are said entire before and after the Psalm or Canticle. Responds at Matins are from the Proper of the Season (C-section) unless instructed otherwise.
February 11, Quinquagesima, Sunday of II Class, sd.
Psalms/antiphons from Psalter at all Hours.
At Matins, Proper Invitatory and Hymn for Pre-Lent
from the Ordinary, and Nocturn versicles through
the year are said. Lessons and responds from C197-200).
At Lauds, Psalms of “Lauds 2” are said. Antiphons from Proper of the Season (C200).
Commem. The Vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Lourdes (Ant. on Ben., & Collect E96).
At Vespers, Commem. The Vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Lourdes (Ant. on Magn., E97 Collect E976), & The Seven Holy Founders (E97).
February 12, The Seven Holy Founders,d.
At Matins. Inv. & Hymn from Common 10. By Rule 1. Pss. & antiphons of the feria. Nocturn verses as in the Psalter. Lessons i-ii occurrent Scripture, lesson iii Legend of the The Seven Holy Founders (E98-99), Responds C202. Te Deum.
At Lauds. Pss. from scheme 1, antiphons as in the Psalter. From Chapter of the Feast using Common 10 except what is given in the Proper (E99). Collect E97.
At Vespers. From Chapter of the Feast using Common 10, except what is given in the Proper (E99-100, E97).
February 13, Feria.
All as in the Psalter & Ordinary at all Hours except:
At Matins. Lessons & Responds from C202-203.
NOTE: Some portions of Genesis, Exodus, Jeremiah, and Tobit long since omitted from the Breviary have been restored in the form of Matin Responsories during the weeks when those books are in reading, so as to continue the Scriptural narrative by this means (Explanations and Acknowledgments, p. ix). These are indicated by the square brackets […] around them.
At Vespers. From Chapter of the Feast of St. Valentine, using Common 5 except for what is given in the Proper of the Saints (E100).
February 14, THE FIRST DAY OF LENT, Commonly called Ash Wednesday, Priviliged Feria.
The complete Lenten propers are not begun until Quadragesima, which Sunday, marks the original beginning of Lent; hence on this and the other Ferias, through None of the following Saturday, everything is said as during the Pre-Lenten Season, except for the Preces, which are now said daily in the ferial Office at all the Hours, through wednesday in Holy Week.
The Office is of the feria, with commemoration of St. Valentine.
At Matins. Lessons & Responsories from C203-204). The legend of St. Valentine is added to Lesson iii as a parenthetical note (E100).
At Lauds. scheme 2. Pss/antiphons from the Psalter. Ant. on Ben., & Collect from Proper of the Season rest as in the Psalter & Ordinary. Commemoration of St. Valentine (Table 5b, Collect E100).
At Vespers. Commemoration of Sts. Faustinus and Jovita (Table 6a, Collect E100).
February 15, Feria, Non-priviliged Feria.
At Matins. Lessons & Responsories from C205-206). The legend of Sts. Faustinus & Jovita is added to Lesson iii as a parenthetical note (E100).
At Lauds. scheme 2. Pss/antiphons from the Psalter. Ant. on Ben., & Collect from Proper of the Season rest as in the Psalter & Ordinary. Commemoration of St. Faustinus & Jovita (Table 6b, Collect E100-101).
At Vespers. All as in the Psalter & Ordinary except what is given as proper for the season (C206).
February 16, Feria.
At Matins. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter. Lessons from the Proper of the Season (C206-207).
At Lauds. Scheme 2. Antiphon on Benedictus & Collect p. C206. Preces.
At Vespers. All as in the Psalter & Ordinary, except what is given as proper for the Season (C208).
The Saturday Office of Our Lady is not to be celebrated, or even commemorated in occurence if the Saturday be a day in Lent (p. G1).
February 17, Feria.
At Matins. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter. Lessons from the Proper of the Season (C208-209).
At Lauds. Scheme 2. Antiphon on Benedictus & Collect p. C209. Preces.
On this day, and thereafter until Holy Saturday, except on Sunday, Vespers is by ancient rules, said before the principal meal of midday, even on feasts.
At Vespers. Antiphons and Pss. as in the Psalter, Chapter from Lauds. Hymn and V. / R. for Lent from the Ordinary. Preces. Collect from Lauds. Commemoration of St. Simeon (Table 5a, Collect E101).