Days in the Season after Trinity
The beginning of the Season of Trinitytide is complicated by a set of feasts that falls there. While it begins with the Feast of the Holy Trinity, the eucharistic Feast of Corpus Christi and its Octave take precendence for a week, which may be followed immediately by the Feast of the Sacred Heart with its own Octave. Once Trinitytide itself begins, note that the numeric reckoning of Sundays and weeks is off by a week. Thus, the Second Sunday after Trinity begins the Third Week after Trinity, the Third Sunday after Trinity begins the Fourth Week, and so on.
Additionally, the structure of Trinity in the Anglican Breviary is split into two parts. It explains:
Part I contains the following:--Antiphons on the Magnificat for Saturday Vespers; the Scriptural Lessons; the II Nocturn Lessons for the Sundays; and the Tables of Matin Responds. These are arranged in this order: first, Table 2 of Matin Responds, to be used until August; then the Scripture for each day of the week from the Friday after the Octave of Corpus Christi through the Saturday after the X Sunday, along with the II Nocturn Lessons for the Sundays; after which Table 3 (for August) is given, followed by the Lessons for August; and so on through the following months. When there are not elven weeks before the I Sunday of August, the overplus is omitted, so as to begin the Propers of the I Sunday of August, whenever it occurs. Part 2 is to be found immediately after Part 1 in this section of the Proper of the Season, and contains the Collects, the Gospel Lessons with Homilies, and the Antiphons on the Benedictus and Magnificat for all the Sundays in Trinitytide, beginning with the II Sunday after Trinity and ending with the Sunday next before Advent. The Office of the Season is said during the rest of Trinitytide as directed in the Psalter, with the Collect from the preceding Sunday as given in Part 2 of this Trinitytide section. (Anglican Breviary, C491)
Pages in category "Trinitytide"
The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.