Ordo Recitandi March 4 – March 10 2018


March 4 Third Sunday in Lent, I Class, sd, w/commemoration of St. Casimir, C, sd.

At Matins, Invit. and Hymn for Lent as in the Ordinary, Antiphons and Psalms as in the Psalter w/Nocturn versicles as there given for Lent. Lessons i-iii p. C237-C238). Responses for Lent as given for the Season. No Te Deum. Nothing of St. Casimir.

At Lauds, Psalms of “Lauds 2” are said. Rest as given in the Proper of the Season, except Hymn which is from the Ordinary as for Lent. At Prime the Dominical Preces are said but no Preces at  Lauds. Commemoration of St. Casimir (Table 7B, Collect E107-E108).

At Vespers, Antiphons and Psalms from the Psalter with the Hymn, V/R for Lent as given in the Ordinary. Chapter & Collect from Lauds. Ant. on Magn. C241). At Compline the Dominial Preces are said, but no Preces at Vespers. Commemoration of St. Casimir (Table 7c). Today, at the end of Vespers, immediately following upon “Thanks be to God” the Vespers of the Dead is said.

March 5, feria (Monday).

The Invit and Hymn at Matins, the Hymn and V/R at Lauds and Vespers, and Brief Lessons at Prime with the Brief Response, and the remaining Hours in both the Sunday and the ferial Office until None of the Saturday before Passion Sunday inclusive, are said daily as given for Lent in the Ordinary, from which are also taken the the Chapter at all the Hours and the Antiphons at each of the lesser Hours on Ferias. 

The bracketed Matins RR, given in place of a repetition RR already used, provide a continuity in the occurrent Scripture which no longer is used as Lessons in Lent and Passiontide exceot on Sundays. 

At Matins. Inv. & Hymn for Lent. The Antiphons and Psalms of the Feria, with Nocturn Versicles of Lent, as in the Psalter, which same are always used in the ferial Office until Passiontide. Lessons i-iii St. Luke & St. Ambrose (p. C242-C243). 

On this day and any feria thereafter until Wednesday in Holy Week inclusive, Psalms of Lauds 2 are said; and on each Wednesday at Matins the III Nocturn is of scheme 2; and the Antiphons are said as given in the Psalter, except, in Holy Week at Lauds, when they are proper. At Prime a fourth Psalm (which could not be taken at Lauds) is added. And daily in the ferial Office at all the Hours are said the Peces until Wednesday in Holy Week inclusive. 

At Lauds. All from Ordinary & Psalter. Ant. Ben. & Collect p. C243. Preces are said at Lauds and Prime on all Lenten Ferias. Suffrage is also said on all Lenten Ferias at Lauds & Vespers.  Today, at the end of Lauds, immediately following “Thanks be to God” the Matins & Lauds of the Dead are said.

At Vespers. All from Ordinary & Psalter (antiphons are doubled). From Chapter of the Feast using Common 13. Commem. of the feria ( V/R from Ordinary, Ant. Ben. & Collect p. C243).

March 6 (Tuesday), Sts. Perpetua & Felicity, MM, d. 

At Matins. Inv & Hymn from Common 9.  By Rule 2. I Nocturn. Lesson i (i-iii from Common 13 combined as one lesson), Lesson ii (Legend from Proper of the Saints) followed by the third respond of Nocturn 2 from Common 13, lesson iii ferial Gospel & Homily (from Proper of the Season) . Te Deum. 

At Lauds. Scheme 1.  All as in the Psalter & Ordinary (antiphons are doubled), from Chapter of the Feast using Common 13, w/commem. of the feria (Ant. Ben. & Collect C244), V/R from Ordinary for Lent).

At Vespers. All as in the Psalter & Ordinary (antiphons are doubled), from Chapter of the Feast using Common 8 but Collect from Proper of the Saints, w/commem. of the Sts. Perpetue & Felicity (Table 13c) and the feria (Ant. Ben. & Collect C245, V/R from Ordinary for Lent). No Preces.

March 7 (Wednesday), St. Thomas Aquinas, D, d.

At Matins. By Rule 2. One Nocturn. Inv. & Hymn from Common 8. Pss & antiphons from Psalter (antiphons are doubled). V/R from Common 8. Lesson i is Lessons i-iii of Common 8 combined as one, lesson ii Legend from Proper of the Saints (Response vi from Common 8), Lesson iii Gospel & Homily of the Feria as one lesson. Te Deum.

At Lauds. Scheme 1. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter, but from Chapter of the Feast using Common 8 for what is not given in the Proper of the Saints. Commemoration of the Feria (Ant. on Magn. p. C246, V/R from Ordinary for Lent, Collect C246) No Preces.

At Vespers. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter (antiphons doubled), from Chapter of Common 9 except what is given as proper for St. John of God, w/commem. of St. Thomas (Table 8C) & Feria (Ant. on Magn. & Collect C246, V/R from Ordinary for Lent).

March 8, (Thursday) St. John of God, d.

The Simple Kalendar prescribes St. Felix for today. For which use Common 7, w/ commem. of St. John and the Feria. 

At Matins. Inv. & Hymn from Common 9. By Rule 2. Antiphons & Psalms from the Psalter (antiphons are doubled). Lesson i (i-iii from Common 10), lesson ii (legend), lesson iii (Gospel Incipit & Homily from the Feria, C246-C247). 

At Lauds. Scheme 1. Antiphons are doubled. From the Chapter of Common 9 w/commemoration of the Feria (Ant. on Ben. & Collect from C247, V/R from feria for Lent).

At Vespers. All from the Ordinary & Psalter (antiphons doubled), from Chapter of the Feast using Common 14, w/commemoration of the Feria). 

March 9 (Friday), St. Frances of Rome, W, d.

At Matins. By Rule 2. Inv. & Hymn from Common 9. Psalms & Antiphons from the Feria (antiphons doubled). Lesson i: Scripture for the Feast (lessons i-iii from Common 14 as one lesson), lesson ii is the Legend from the Proper with appropriate response from Common 14 (nr. vi), lesson iii is the Gospel & Homily as one Lesson (C248-C249). Te Deum.

At Lauds. Scheme 1. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter but from Chapter of the Feast using Common 14. W/commem. of the Feria. No Preces.

Penitential Psalms. I suggest that the Penitential Psalms are not said due to the rank of today’s feast. 

At Vespers. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter but from Chapter onwards of the Feast using Common 14 for what is not given as Proper.  Commem. of the following (Table 6a), & the Feria (C249, V/R from Ordinary for Lent). No Preces.

March 10 (Saturday), The Forty Holy Martyrs, MM, sd. 

 At Matins.  By Rule 2. Inv. & Hymn from Common 6. Psalms & Antiphons from the Feria. One Nocturn, lessons are the scriptural lessons of Common 6 combined into one single lesson, lesson 2 is the legend, lesson iii is the Gospel Incipit together with the Homily as one lesson. Te Deum. 

At Lauds. All as in the Ordinary & Psalter. From Chapter of the Feast using Common 6. Commem. of the Feria (C250, V/R from Ordinary for Lent). 

At Vespers. All from the Ordinary & Psalter in Lent, Chap. from Lauds, Hymn and V/R from Ordinary as for Lent. Collect C250. 

 

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