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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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Work Schedule


Due to an increased and irregular work schedule I have not had time to write and double check Ordo’s. I hope to be able to produce one for next week. I will switch to the Simple Kalendar as it is … Continue reading

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Ordo Feb. 22 -25


WEDNESDAY February 22. For this Feast the propers are used as on January 18th unless otherwise indicated for today (E101-103) what is not given as proper is taken from Common 7.  St. Peter’s Chair at Antioch, Gd. White. At Matins: III Nocturns. … Continue reading

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~ Features of the Anglican Breviary (i) ~


In a previous post I tried to explain, briefly, what the Anglican Breviary is. The conclusion was pretty much that it is to Morning & Evening Prayer what the Anglican Missal is to Holy Communion. It is not, then, the abolishing … Continue reading

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Ordo Epiphany V


EPIPHANY V February 5.  Sunday, Sd., Green. At Matins: All as in the Ordinary & Psalter except: Lessons i-iii I Timothy is begun (C164), lessons iv-vi from C165, lessons vi-ix from C165-166. Te Deum is said. At Lauds: all as in the Ordinary & … Continue reading

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Octave Day of the Epiphany


On January 13th the Anglican Catholic Church celebrates the Octave Day of the Epiphany of Our Lord. But, in order that Water should have the power to purify man from his sins, it was necessary that it should be brought … Continue reading

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Ordo Epiphany I


Monday in the Octave January, 9. Monday – Day in the Octave, White. At Mattins: all as on the Feast except: lessons i-iii Corinthians, Responses from the Feast, lessons iv-ix Fourth day in the Octave. Te Deum is said. At Lauds: all as … Continue reading

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