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About Father Gregory

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

Later Editions of Neale’s Breviary


As St. John Mason Neale died before he could complete his efforts at compiling a Breviary for the Order of St. Margaret, his friends continued his work using Neale’s notes. As they worked with these notes and published the results … Continue reading

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Neale’s Breviary in PDF’s


There are several editions of the Breviary compiled (mostly) by St. John Mason Neale. I will provide them below in pdf. The Night Hours or Matins The_night_hours_of_the_Church_Vol_1 (Psalter, Propers & Commons of Saints, Season up to Whitsun-tide) The_night_hours_of_the_Church_Vol_2 (Psalter, Propers … Continue reading

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About St. John Mason Neale’s Breviary


Recently I have discovered that all of the volumes of the Breviary as edited (chiefly) by St. John Mason Neale are online (in pdf format). I have been studying and working on them ever since. The end result will be, … Continue reading

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Psalter for Monday Nocturns


Monday. At Matins. Before Matins are said silently : the Lord’s Prayer, the Angelical Salutation, and the Apostles’ Creed. Then is said aloud : + O Lord, open Thou my lips. R. And my mouth shall shew forth Thy praise. … Continue reading

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Psalter for Sunday Nocturns


Sunday. At Matins. Before Matins are said silently : the Lord’s Prayer, the Angelical Salutation, and the Apostles’ Creed. Then is said aloud : + O Lord, open Thou my lips. R. And my mouth shall shew forth Thy praise. … Continue reading

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Catechism XXXII ~ Thoughts for Eastertide


by St. Gregory of Nyssa What other objection is alleged by our adversaries? This; that (to take the preferable view2014) it was altogether needless that that transcendent Being should submit to the experience of death, but He might independently of … Continue reading

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Ordo Lent II ~ 2017


II SUNDAY IN LENT March 12. At Matins: Inv & Hymn for Lent. Psalms & Antiphons as in the Psalter. Lessons from the Proper of the Season (C224-228). NO Te Deum. Nothing of St. Gregory. At Lauds: Psalms & Antiphons of Lauds 2. Chapter, … Continue reading

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