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(ORDINARY OF LAUDS)
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<small><span class="rubric">The Dual Prayer is said only when Matins and Lauds are not joined together, but always the Opening Versicles are said; as prescribed in Common Forms. After which are said:</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">The Dual Prayer is said only when Matins and Lauds are not joined together, but always the Opening Versicles are said; as prescribed in Common Forms. After which are said:</span>
  
<strong>The Psalms with Antiphons</strong>
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=====The Psalms with Antiphons=====
  
 
<span class="rubric">Always at Lauds are said five Psalms, (the fourth Psalm being one of the Old Testament Canticles,) with their Antiphons, according to the Office of the day. That is to say, on excepted or partially excepted Feasts, the Psalms of Lauds 1 for Sunday are said, with the Ants. from the Proper or the Common; otherwise on Feasts are said the Psalms of the weekday, with their Ants. as in the Psalter. Thus is said the form of Lauds (either Lauds 1 or 2) which is ordered by the Rubrics of the Proper or Psalter, and the Ants. as likewise therein ordered.</span>
 
<span class="rubric">Always at Lauds are said five Psalms, (the fourth Psalm being one of the Old Testament Canticles,) with their Antiphons, according to the Office of the day. That is to say, on excepted or partially excepted Feasts, the Psalms of Lauds 1 for Sunday are said, with the Ants. from the Proper or the Common; otherwise on Feasts are said the Psalms of the weekday, with their Ants. as in the Psalter. Thus is said the form of Lauds (either Lauds 1 or 2) which is ordered by the Rubrics of the Proper or Psalter, and the Ants. as likewise therein ordered.</span>
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<small><span class="rubric">And when the Ant. after the fifth Psalm has been repeated, then is said:</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">And when the Ant. after the fifth Psalm has been repeated, then is said:</span>
  
<strong>The Little Chapter</strong>
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=====The Little Chapter=====
  
 
<span class="rubric">The Chapter is said by the Officiant, according to the Office of the day, as prescribed in the Proper, or in the Common, or in the Summary below. And after the Chapter the Choir answers: ℟. </span>Thanks be to God. <span class="rubric">And then is said:</span>
 
<span class="rubric">The Chapter is said by the Officiant, according to the Office of the day, as prescribed in the Proper, or in the Common, or in the Summary below. And after the Chapter the Choir answers: ℟. </span>Thanks be to God. <span class="rubric">And then is said:</span>
  
<strong>The Hymn with ℣ and ℟</strong>
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=====The Hymn with ℣ and ℟=====
  
 
<span class="rubric">The Hymn, with its appropriate ℣ and ℟, is said according to the Office of the day, as prescribed in the Proper, or in the Common, or in the Summary below.</span></small>
 
<span class="rubric">The Hymn, with its appropriate ℣ and ℟, is said according to the Office of the day, as prescribed in the Proper, or in the Common, or in the Summary below.</span></small>
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<strong>Summary of Chapters, Hymns, and Versicles<br /><em>Through the year</em></strong>
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=====Summary of Chapters, Hymns, and Versicles<br /><em>Through the year</em></strong>=====
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">On the Pre-Lenten Sundays of Septuagesima, Sexagesima, and Quinquagesima, the Chap. is from the Proper, the Hymn, and the ℣ and ℟, from the Psalter.</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">On the Pre-Lenten Sundays of Septuagesima, Sexagesima, and Quinquagesima, the Chap. is from the Proper, the Hymn, and the ℣ and ℟, from the Psalter.</span>
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<em>In Advent</em>
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======In Advent======
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office, and on Christmas Eve, the Chap. is from the Proper. But in the ferial Office until Dec. 23rd inclusive, the following are said daily:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office, and on Christmas Eve, the Chap. is from the Proper. But in the ferial Office until Dec. 23rd inclusive, the following are said daily:</span></small>
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<em>In Lent</em>
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======In Lent======
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office, the Chap. is from the Proper, the Hymn as below. But in the ferial Office, from Monday after the I Sunday and thereafter, the following are said daily:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office, the Chap. is from the Proper, the Hymn as below. But in the ferial Office, from Monday after the I Sunday and thereafter, the following are said daily:</span></small>
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<em>In Passiontide</em>
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======In Passiontide======
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office the Chap. is from the Proper. But in the ferial Office, through Wednesday in Holy Week, the following are said daily:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office the Chap. is from the Proper. But in the ferial Office, through Wednesday in Holy Week, the following are said daily:</span></small>
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<em>In Eastertide</em>
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======In Eastertide======
 
   
 
   
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office, from Low Sunday through the V Sunday after Easter, the Chap. is from the Proper. But in the ferial Office, from the Monday after Low Sunday through the Vigil of the Ascension, the following are said daily:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">In the Sunday Office, from Low Sunday through the V Sunday after Easter, the Chap. is from the Proper. But in the ferial Office, from the Monday after Low Sunday through the Vigil of the Ascension, the following are said daily:</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">Here immediately follows:</span>
 
<span class="rubric">Here immediately follows:</span>
  
<strong>The Gospel Canticle with its Antiphon</strong>
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=====The Gospel Canticle with its Antiphon=====
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">After the ℣ and ℟, there is said the proper Ant. (as prescribed in the Psalter, in the Proper of the Season, or in the Proper or Common of Saints), and then, all sign themselves with the holy Sign (which same is always made at the beginning of any Gospel Canticle, i.e., the Benedictus at Lauds, the Magnificat at Vespers, and the Nunc dimittis at Compline) as the Cantor says the opening words thereof.</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">After the ℣ and ℟, there is said the proper Ant. (as prescribed in the Psalter, in the Proper of the Season, or in the Proper or Common of Saints), and then, all sign themselves with the holy Sign (which same is always made at the beginning of any Gospel Canticle, i.e., the Benedictus at Lauds, the Magnificat at Vespers, and the Nunc dimittis at Compline) as the Cantor says the opening words thereof.</span></small>
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<small><span class="rubric">After the Canticle and the repetition of the Ant., if the Preces be omitted, at once the Salutation is said, with the Collect, as indicated below; otherwise:</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">After the Canticle and the repetition of the Ant., if the Preces be omitted, at once the Salutation is said, with the Collect, as indicated below; otherwise:</span>
  
<strong>The Preces</strong>
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=====The Preces=====
  
 
<span class="rubric">On certain greater Ferias (sometimes called kneeling days, i.e., the Ferias of Advent, Lent, and Passiontide through Wednesday of Holy Week; on the September Ember Days; and on all unprivileged Vigils), if the Office be of the Feria, (even though a simplified Double or Semidouble be commemorated thereon,) the Preces are said kneeling; at all other times they are omitted at Lauds.</span>
 
<span class="rubric">On certain greater Ferias (sometimes called kneeling days, i.e., the Ferias of Advent, Lent, and Passiontide through Wednesday of Holy Week; on the September Ember Days; and on all unprivileged Vigils), if the Office be of the Feria, (even though a simplified Double or Semidouble be commemorated thereon,) the Preces are said kneeling; at all other times they are omitted at Lauds.</span>
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<small><span class="rubric">Then is said, as directed below:</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">Then is said, as directed below:</span>
  
<strong>The Collect of the Day</strong>
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=====The Collect of the Day=====
  
 
<span class="rubric">After the Preces, or if they be omitted, after the repetition of the Ant. on the Benedictus, at once is said the Salutation:</span></small>
 
<span class="rubric">After the Preces, or if they be omitted, after the repetition of the Ant. on the Benedictus, at once is said the Salutation:</span></small>
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<small><span class="rubric">After which is said the Collect of the day, and then, if there be any:</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">After which is said the Collect of the day, and then, if there be any:</span>
  
<strong>The Commemorations</strong>
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=====The Commemorations=====
  
 
<span class="rubric">Here are to be said any Commemorations of Occurrences which must be made, according to the Rubrics; and also the Common Commemoration, when and as prescribed in Common Forms. After which is said:</span></small>
 
<span class="rubric">Here are to be said any Commemorations of Occurrences which must be made, according to the Rubrics; and also the Common Commemoration, when and as prescribed in Common Forms. After which is said:</span></small>
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<small><strong>The Closing Versicles</strong>
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=====The Closing Versicles=====
  
<span class="rubric">After the above Collect or Collects, then at once is said the Closing Versicles, the final Pater, and the appropriate Marian Ant., as prescribed in Common Forms.</span>
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<small><span class="rubric">After the above Collect or Collects, then at once is said the Closing Versicles, the final Pater, and the appropriate Marian Ant., as prescribed in Common Forms.</span></small>
 
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