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<span class="rubric">The dominical Preces (which are always said standing) are to be said when the Office is Simple (i.e., on common ferias in and out of Eastertide; when the Office of our Lady on Saturday is said; and on simple Feasts); and likewise when the Office is Semidouble, unless there occur an Office excepted in the following Rubric:--</span>
 
<span class="rubric">The dominical Preces (which are always said standing) are to be said when the Office is Simple (i.e., on common ferias in and out of Eastertide; when the Office of our Lady on Saturday is said; and on simple Feasts); and likewise when the Office is Semidouble, unless there occur an Office excepted in the following Rubric:--</span>
  
<span class="rubric">The Preces are omitted on Doubles; in the Office of Days within Octaves (N.B., there are no Days within simple Octaves); in the Office of Octave Days (even when the same is a Simple); in the Offices of the Epiphany and Pentecost Vigils; in the Office of the Friday after the Ascension Octave; (on the three days following the Feast of Trinity, if on these days the Office be said of the Holy Trinity;) and when at Lauds a Commem. has been made of a Double or of an Octave Day (even when a Simple).</span>
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<span class="rubric">The Preces are omitted on Doubles; in the Office of Days within Octaves (N.B., there are no Days within simple Octaves); in the Office of Octave Days (even when the same is a Simple); in the Offices of the Epiphany and Pentecost Vigils; in the Office of the Friday after the Ascension Octave; (on the three days following the Feast of Trinity, if on these days the Office be said of the Holy Trinity;) and when at Lauds a Commem. has been made of a Double or of an Octave Day (even when a Simple).</span></small>
  
 
<span class="rubric dropcap">L</span>ORD, have mercy upon us. <br />Christ, have mercy upon us. <br />Lord, have mercy upon us.
 
<span class="rubric dropcap">L</span>ORD, have mercy upon us. <br />Christ, have mercy upon us. <br />Lord, have mercy upon us.

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