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<em>Today if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts,</em> * as in the provocation, and as in the day of temptation in the wilderness ; when your fathers tempted me, proved me, and saw my works.
 
<em>Today if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts,</em> * as in the provocation, and as in the day of temptation in the wilderness ; when your fathers tempted me, proved me, and saw my works.
  
<small><span class="rubric">Here the latter HALF of the Invitatory is said.</span><small>
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<small><span class="rubric">Here the latter HALF of the Invitatory is said.</span></small>
  
 
Forty years long was I grieved with this generation, and said, It is a people that do err in their hearts, for they have not known my ways: * unto whom I sware in my wrath, that they should not enter into my rest.
 
Forty years long was I grieved with this generation, and said, It is a people that do err in their hearts, for they have not known my ways: * unto whom I sware in my wrath, that they should not enter into my rest.
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=====The Nocturn=====
 
=====The Nocturn=====
  
<span class="rubric">First the Psalms with their Ants. and the V/ and R/ are said, and then the rest, as below.</span>
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<span class="rubric">First the Psalms with their Ants. and the and are said, and then the rest, as below.</span>
  
<small><span class="rubric">N.B. A Nocturn consists of Psalms with Ants., (followed by the Nocturn's V/ and R/, the Pater, and the Absolution,) and three Lessons, each Lesson normally being preceded by a Benediction and invariably followed by a Respond, except that after the last Lesson, in place of a Respond, the Te Deum is said when the Rubrics (given below) so require.</span>
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<small><span class="rubric">N.B. A Nocturn consists of Psalms with Ants., (followed by the Nocturn's and , the Pater, and the Absolution,) and three Lessons, each Lesson normally being preceded by a Benediction and invariably followed by a Respond, except that after the last Lesson, in place of a Respond, the Te Deum is said when the Rubrics (given below) so require.</span>
  
 
<span class="rubric">Matins consists either of three Nocturns (an Office of nine Lessons) or of one Nocturn (an Office of three Lessons). When there are three Nocturns, each Nocturn has three Psalms. When there is but one Nocturn, this normally has nine Psalms, but sometimes only three, as noted in the Proper for the Easter and Pentecost Octaves.</span></small>
 
<span class="rubric">Matins consists either of three Nocturns (an Office of nine Lessons) or of one Nocturn (an Office of three Lessons). When there are three Nocturns, each Nocturn has three Psalms. When there is but one Nocturn, this normally has nine Psalms, but sometimes only three, as noted in the Proper for the Easter and Pentecost Octaves.</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">NOTE, That the Antiphons on the Psalms, if the Office be Double, are doubled, i.e., said entire both before and after the Psalms; but if the Office be Semidouble or Simple, the Ants. are said before the Psalms only as far as the dagger (Ʃ but after the Psalms they are always said entire. (This rule applies also to the Ants. at Lauds and Vespers, but not to the other Hours.)</span>
 
<span class="rubric">NOTE, That the Antiphons on the Psalms, if the Office be Double, are doubled, i.e., said entire both before and after the Psalms; but if the Office be Semidouble or Simple, the Ants. are said before the Psalms only as far as the dagger (Ʃ but after the Psalms they are always said entire. (This rule applies also to the Ants. at Lauds and Vespers, but not to the other Hours.)</span>
  
<span class="rubric">After the repetition of the Ant. at the end of the last Psalm of a Nocturn, is said the appropriate V/ and R/ according to the Office of the day, and then is said:</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">After the repetition of the Ant. at the end of the last Psalm of a Nocturn, is said the appropriate and according to the Office of the day, and then is said:</span></small>
  
Our Father, <span class="rubric">which words are said aloud, and the rest secretly to V/. </span>And lead us not into temptation. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> But deliver us from evil.
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Our Father, <span class="rubric">which words are said aloud, and the rest secretly to . </span>And lead us not into temptation. <span class="rubric">.</span> But deliver us from evil.
  
 
<span class="rubric">When the Pater is thus finished, the appropriate Absolution, as given in the Table below, is said, and afterwards are read the Lessons according to the Office of the day; and each Lesson is preceded by its appropriate Benediction, except when there is a direction to the contrary, and followed by its Response, or by the Te Deum when it is to be said. And NOTE, That the Absolution and Benedictions are to be said by the person of greatest dignity, according to the directions in Common Forms regarding the Absolution after the Confiteor.</span>
 
<span class="rubric">When the Pater is thus finished, the appropriate Absolution, as given in the Table below, is said, and afterwards are read the Lessons according to the Office of the day; and each Lesson is preceded by its appropriate Benediction, except when there is a direction to the contrary, and followed by its Response, or by the Te Deum when it is to be said. And NOTE, That the Absolution and Benedictions are to be said by the person of greatest dignity, according to the directions in Common Forms regarding the Absolution after the Confiteor.</span>
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<span class="rubric">As each Lesson is ended, unless there be a direction to the contrary in the Proper, there is said:</span></small>
 
<span class="rubric">As each Lesson is ended, unless there be a direction to the contrary in the Proper, there is said:</span></small>
  
V/. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us. R/. Thanks be to God.
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. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us. . Thanks be to God.
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">And after each Lesson the appropriate Respond is said except that (as noted above and explained below) after the last Lesson, in place of a Respond, the Te Deum is said when the Rubrics so require.</span></small>  
 
<small><span class="rubric">And after each Lesson the appropriate Respond is said except that (as noted above and explained below) after the last Lesson, in place of a Respond, the Te Deum is said when the Rubrics so require.</span></small>  
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<small><span class="rubric">At the end of the last Respond (i.e., the third or the second, as the case may be) of each Nocturn</span> Glory be <span class="rubric">is added (without, however,</span> As it was in the beginning<span class="rubric">), and the Respond is repeated from the star (*), and if there be two such stars, from the second one of them.</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">At the end of the last Respond (i.e., the third or the second, as the case may be) of each Nocturn</span> Glory be <span class="rubric">is added (without, however,</span> As it was in the beginning<span class="rubric">), and the Respond is repeated from the star (*), and if there be two such stars, from the second one of them.</span>
  
<span class="rubric">Thus is the final R/ said at a Noctum, and in the other R/R/</span> Glory be <span class="rubric">is not said, unless there be a special direction to do so.</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">Thus is the final said at a Noctum, and in the other ℟℟</span> Glory be <span class="rubric">is not said, unless there be a special direction to do so.</span></small>
  
<span class="rubric">In summary of the foregoing Rubrics regarding a Nocturn, note the following outline:<br />1. Psalms with their appropriate Ant. or Ants.<br />2. The Nocturn V/ and R/.<br />3. The Pater of which is said aloud</span> Our Father <span class="rubric">and V/</span>And lead. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> But deliver. <span class="rubric">Then the Absolution.<br />4. </span>Pray, Sir<span class="rubric"> (or </span>Lord<span class="rubric">) with the appropriate Benediction before each Lesson.<br />5. The Lesson, with its R/ (or in case of a final Lesson in Eastertide and on Feasts, Te Deum).</span>
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<span class="rubric">In summary of the foregoing Rubrics regarding a Nocturn, note the following outline:<br />1. Psalms with their appropriate Ant. or Ants.<br />2. The Nocturn and .<br />3. The Pater of which is said aloud</span> Our Father <span class="rubric">and </span>And lead. <span class="rubric">.</span> But deliver. <span class="rubric">Then the Absolution.<br />4. </span>Pray, Sir<span class="rubric"> (or </span>Lord<span class="rubric">) with the appropriate Benediction before each Lesson.<br />5. The Lesson, with its (or in case of a final Lesson in Eastertide and on Feasts, Te Deum).</span>
  
 
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<span class="rubric dropcap">G</span>RACIOUSLY hear the prayers of thy servants ; and have mercy upon us, O Lord Jesu Christ. Who livest and reignest with the Father, and the Holy Ghost, for
 
<span class="rubric dropcap">G</span>RACIOUSLY hear the prayers of thy servants ; and have mercy upon us, O Lord Jesu Christ. Who livest and reignest with the Father, and the Holy Ghost, for
ever and ever. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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ever and ever. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<b>Benedictions</b>
 
<b>Benedictions</b>
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the Father Eternal bless us with a never-ending blessing. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the Father Eternal bless us with a never-ending blessing. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the only-begotten Son of God vouchsafe to bless and succour us. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the only-begotten Son of God vouchsafe to bless and succour us. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the grace of the Holy Spirit all our heart and mind enlighten. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the grace of the Holy Spirit all our heart and mind enlighten. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric"><strong>II NOCTURN</strong></span>
 
<span class="rubric"><strong>II NOCTURN</strong></span>
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[page A17a]
 
[page A17a]
 
   
 
   
and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson iv</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iv</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God the Father Almighty shew us his mercy and pity. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God the Father Almighty shew us his mercy and pity. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson v</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson v</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay Christ bestow upon us the joys of life eternal. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay Christ bestow upon us the joys of life eternal. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson vi</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson vi</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God enkindle in our hearts the fire of his holy charity. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God enkindle in our hearts the fire of his holy charity. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric"><strong>III NOCTURN</strong></span>
 
<span class="rubric"><strong>III NOCTURN</strong></span>
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<span class="rubric">Absolution</span>
 
<span class="rubric">Absolution</span>
  
<span class="rubric dropcap">B</span>REAK the bonds of our sins and set us free ; O Lord almighty and merciful. Who livest and reignest for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric dropcap">B</span>REAK the bonds of our sins and set us free ; O Lord almighty and merciful. Who livest and reignest for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson vii</strong>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson vii</strong>
  
<span class="rubric">M<span>ay the Gospel's holy lection be our safeguard and protection. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M<span>ay the Gospel's holy lection be our safeguard and protection. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson viii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson viii</span>
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<span class="rubric">Except on Saints' days:</span>
 
<span class="rubric">Except on Saints' days:</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay help divine be with us all, for ever abiding. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay help divine be with us all, for ever abiding. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">On Saints' days:</span>
 
<span class="rubric">On Saints' days:</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay <em>he</em> [<em>she</em> or <em>they</em>] whose feast day we are keeping, [<em>Mary, blessed Maid of maidens</em>,] intercede with God for us. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay <em>he</em> [<em>she</em> or <em>they</em>] whose feast day we are keeping, [<em>Mary, blessed Maid of maidens</em>,] intercede with God for us. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ix</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ix</span>
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[page A17b]
 
[page A17b]
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">But if the Homily of an Occurrence be here read:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">But if the Homily of an Occurrence be here read:</span></small>
  
<span class="rubric">B</span>y the Gospel words today may our sins be done away. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">B</span>y the Gospel words today may our sins be done away. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
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<span class="rubric">Absolution</span>
 
<span class="rubric">Absolution</span>
  
<span class="rubric dropcap">G</span>RACIOUSLY hear the prayers of thy servants ; and have mercy upon us, O Lord Jesu Christ. Who livest and reignest with the Father, and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric dropcap">G</span>RACIOUSLY hear the prayers of thy servants ; and have mercy upon us, O Lord Jesu Christ. Who livest and reignest with the Father, and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the Father Eternal bless us with a never-ending blessing. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the Father Eternal bless us with a never-ending blessing. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the only-begotten Son of God vouchsafe to bless and succour us. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the only-begotten Son of God vouchsafe to bless and succour us. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the grace of the Holy Spirit all our heart and mind enlighten. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the grace of the Holy Spirit all our heart and mind enlighten. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
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and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God the Father Almighty shew us his mercy and pity. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God the Father Almighty shew us his mercy and pity. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay Christ bestow upon us the joys of life eternal. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay Christ bestow upon us the joys of life eternal. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God enkindle in our hearts the fire of his holy charity. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay God enkindle in our hearts the fire of his holy charity. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
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<span class="rubric">Absolution</span>
 
<span class="rubric">Absolution</span>
  
<span class="rubric dropcap">B</span>REAK the bonds of our sins and set us free ; O Lord almighty and merciful. Who livest and reignest for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric dropcap">B</span>REAK the bonds of our sins and set us free ; O Lord almighty and merciful. Who livest and reignest for ever and ever. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
 
<strong>Benedictions</strong>
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay he who ever liveth and reigneth bestow upon us his gracious blessing. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay he who ever liveth and reigneth bestow upon us his gracious blessing. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay help divine be with us all, for ever abiding. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay help divine be with us all, for ever abiding. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the Gospel's holy lection be our safeguard and protection. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the Gospel's holy lection be our safeguard and protection. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay help divine be with us all, for ever abiding. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay help divine be with us all, for ever abiding. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
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<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson i</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay he who ever liveth and reigneth bestow upon us his gracious blessing. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay he who ever liveth and reigneth bestow upon us his gracious blessing. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson ii</span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay <em>he</em> [<em>she</em> or <em>they</em>] whose feast day we are keeping, [<em>Mary blessed Maid of maidens,</em>] intercede with God for us. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay <em>he</em> [<em>she</em> or <em>they</em>] whose feast day we are keeping, [<em>Mary blessed Maid of maidens,</em>] intercede with God for us. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii<br /><small>Unless the Homily be here read:</small></span>
 
<span class="rubric">For Lesson iii<br /><small>Unless the Homily be here read:</small></span>
  
<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">M</span>ay the King of Angels give us fellowship with all the citizens of heaven. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">But if the Homily of an Occurrence be here read:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">But if the Homily of an Occurrence be here read:</span></small>
  
<span class="rubric">B</span>y the Gospel words today may our sins be done away. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Amen.
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<span class="rubric">B</span>y the Gospel words today may our sins be done away. <span class="rubric">.</span> Amen.
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">The Absolutions and Benedictions for the Office of Our Lady on Saturday are given in the Common of that Office. Otherwise, if any special form of a</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">The Absolutions and Benedictions for the Office of Our Lady on Saturday are given in the Common of that Office. Otherwise, if any special form of a</span></small>
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<small><span class="rubric">On certain occasions, as explained below, in place of the R/ after the last Lesson, is said:</span></small>
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<small><span class="rubric">On certain occasions, as explained below, in place of the after the last Lesson, is said:</span></small>
  
 
<strong>The Ambrosian Hymn</strong>
 
<strong>The Ambrosian Hymn</strong>
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<span class="rubric">From Easter through Pentecost, except in the Office of Rogation Monday, the Te Deum is said even in the ferial Office, but out of Eastertide the Te Deum is never said in the ferial Office; but it is said in a votive Office (such as that of our Lady on Saturday) if the Mass corresponding thereto is to be said with Gloria in excelsis.</span>
 
<span class="rubric">From Easter through Pentecost, except in the Office of Rogation Monday, the Te Deum is said even in the ferial Office, but out of Eastertide the Te Deum is never said in the ferial Office; but it is said in a votive Office (such as that of our Lady on Saturday) if the Mass corresponding thereto is to be said with Gloria in excelsis.</span>
  
<span class="rubric">When the Te Deum is not said, in place thereof is said R/ ix or R/ iii, as the case may be.</span>
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<span class="rubric">When the Te Deum is not said, in place thereof is said ix or iii, as the case may be.</span>
  
 
<em>Te Deum Laudamus.</em>
 
<em>Te Deum Laudamus.</em>
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<strong>The Little Chapter</strong>
 
<strong>The Little Chapter</strong>
  
<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: R/. </span>Thanks be to God. <span class="rubric">And then is said:</span>
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<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 V/ and R/</strong>
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<strong>The Hymn with and </strong>
  
<span class="rubric">The Hymn, with its appropriate V/ and R/, 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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<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>
 
<strong>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 V/ and R/, from the Psalter.</span>
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<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>
  
 
<span class="rubric">On ordinary Sundays through the year (but not on Sundays in privileged</span></small>
 
<span class="rubric">On ordinary Sundays through the year (but not on Sundays in privileged</span></small>
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<small><span class="rubric">Octaves), the Chap., the Hymn, and the V/ and R/, are from the Psalter.
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<small><span class="rubric">Octaves), the Chap., the Hymn, and the and , are from the Psalter.
On all Ferias through the year, and from Ash Wednesday through the following Saturday, the Chap., the Hymn, and the V/ and R/, are of the current weekday from the Psalter.</span></small>
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On all Ferias through the year, and from Ash Wednesday through the following Saturday, the Chap., the Hymn, and the and , are of the current weekday from the Psalter.</span></small>
  
 
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<span class="rubric dropcap">C</span>OME ye, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jac��Ơand he will teach us of his ways, and we will w㭫 in his paths: * for
 
<span class="rubric dropcap">C</span>OME ye, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jac��Ơand he will teach us of his ways, and we will w㭫 in his paths: * for
out of Sion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jer󳡬em. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Thanks be to God.  
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out of Sion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jer󳡬em. <span class="rubric">.</span> Thanks be to God.  
  
<span class="rubric">This R/ is said at the end of all Chapters.</span>
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<span class="rubric">This is said at the end of all Chapters.</span>
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">In both the Sunday and the ferial Office:</span></small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">In both the Sunday and the ferial Office:</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">V/.</span> The voice of one crying in the wilderness : Prepare ye the way
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<span class="rubric">.</span> The voice of one crying in the wilderness : Prepare ye the way
of the Lord. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Make his paths straight.
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of the Lord. <span class="rubric">.</span> Make his paths straight.
  
 
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<span class="rubric">This Ending is never changed:</span><br />Let all the world from shore to shore <br />Thee, gracious Trinity, adore;<br />Right soon thy loving pardon grant, <br />That we our new-made song may chant. Amen.
 
<span class="rubric">This Ending is never changed:</span><br />Let all the world from shore to shore <br />Thee, gracious Trinity, adore;<br />Right soon thy loving pardon grant, <br />That we our new-made song may chant. Amen.
  
<span class="rubric">V/.</span> God shall give his Angels charge over thee. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> To keep thee in all thy ways.  
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<span class="rubric">.</span> God shall give his Angels charge over thee. <span class="rubric">.</span> To keep thee in all thy ways.  
  
 
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Trinal Unity, whose praises<br />All created things repeat. Amen.
 
Trinal Unity, whose praises<br />All created things repeat. Amen.
  
<span class="rubric">V/.</span> Deliver me from mine enemies, O God. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Defend me, O Lord, from them that rise up against me.
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<span class="rubric">.</span> Deliver me from mine enemies, O God. <span class="rubric">.</span> Defend me, O Lord, from them that rise up against me.
  
 
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<small><span class="rubric">Proper Doxology:</span><br />All praise be thine, O risen Lord, <br />From death to endless life restored; <br />Whom with the Father we adore, <br />And Holy Ghost, for evermore. Amen.</small>
 
<small><span class="rubric">Proper Doxology:</span><br />All praise be thine, O risen Lord, <br />From death to endless life restored; <br />Whom with the Father we adore, <br />And Holy Ghost, for evermore. Amen.</small>
  
<span class="rubric">V/.</span> In thy resurrection, O Christ, alleluia. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> Let heaven and earth rejoice, alleluia.
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<span class="rubric">.</span> In thy resurrection, O Christ, alleluia. <span class="rubric">.</span> Let heaven and earth rejoice, alleluia.
  
 
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<strong>The Gospel Canticle with its Antiphon</strong>
 
<strong>The Gospel Canticle with its Antiphon</strong>
  
<small><span class="rubric">After the V/ and R/, 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 Cornpline) as the Cantor says the opening words thereof.</span</small>
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<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 Cornpline) as the Cantor says the opening words thereof.</span</small>
  
 
<span class="rubric">The Song of Zacharias</span>
 
<span class="rubric">The Song of Zacharias</span>
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<span class="rubric">the V/.</span> And lead us not into temptation. <span class="rubric">R/.</span> But deliver us from evil,<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>I said : Lord, be merciful unto me. <span class="rubric">R/. </span> Heal my soul, for I have sinned against thee.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Turn thee again, O Lord, at the last. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And be gracious unto thy servants.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let thy merciful kindness, O Lord, be upon us. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Like as we do put our trust in thee.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let thy priests be clothed with righteousness. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And let thy saints sing with joyfulness.
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<span class="rubric">the .</span> And lead us not into temptation. <span class="rubric">.</span> But deliver us from evil,<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>I said : Lord, be merciful unto me. <span class="rubric">. </span> Heal my soul, for I have sinned against thee.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Turn thee again, O Lord, at the last. <span class="rubric">. </span>And be gracious unto thy servants.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let thy merciful kindness, O Lord, be upon us. <span class="rubric">. </span>Like as we do put our trust in thee.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let thy priests be clothed with righteousness. <span class="rubric">. </span>And let thy saints sing with joyfulness.
  
<small><br /><span class="rubric">If the See of either the Chief Bishop or the local Bishop be vacant, the appropriate V/ and R/, either or both as the case may be, is omitted.</span></small>
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<small><br /><span class="rubric">If the See of either the Chief Bishop or the local Bishop be vacant, the appropriate and , either or both as the case may be, is omitted.</span></small>
  
<span class="rubric">V/. </span> Let us pray for N. our Chief Bishop. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>The Lord preserve him and keep him alive, that he may be blessed upon earth ; and deliver not thou him into the will of his enemies.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let us pray for N. our Bishop. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>May he stand firm, and feed his flock ; in the strength of the Lord, and in the majesty of the Name of his God.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>O Lord, save the state. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And mercifully hear us, when we call upon thee.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>O Lord, save thy people, and bless thine heritage. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Govern them, and lift them up for ever.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>O think upon thy congregation. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Whom thou hast purchased, and redeemed of old.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Peace be within thy walls. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And plenteousness within thy palaces.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let us pray for our benefactors. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Vouchsafe, O Lord for thy Name's sake, to reward with
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<span class="rubric">. </span> Let us pray for N. our Chief Bishop. <span class="rubric">. </span>The Lord preserve him and keep him alive, that he may be blessed upon earth ; and deliver not thou him into the will of his enemies.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let us pray for N. our Bishop. <span class="rubric">. </span>May he stand firm, and feed his flock ; in the strength of the Lord, and in the majesty of the Name of his God.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>O Lord, save the state. <span class="rubric">. </span>And mercifully hear us, when we call upon thee.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>O Lord, save thy people, and bless thine heritage. <span class="rubric">. </span>Govern them, and lift them up for ever.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>O think upon thy congregation. <span class="rubric">. </span>Whom thou hast purchased, and redeemed of old.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Peace be within thy walls. <span class="rubric">. </span>And plenteousness within thy palaces.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let us pray for our benefactors. <span class="rubric">. </span>Vouchsafe, O Lord for thy Name's sake, to reward with
  
 
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eternal life all them that do us good. Amen.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let us pray for the faithful departed. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Rest eternal grant uto them, O Lord ; and let light perpetual shine upon them.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>May they rest in peace.<span class="rubric">R/. </span>Amen.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let us pray for our absent brethren. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Save thy servants, O my God, that put their trust in thee.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Let us pray for the afflicted and captives. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Deliver Israel, O God, out of all his troubles.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Send them help, O Lord, from thy sanctuary. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And strengthen them out of Sion.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Turn us again, O Lord God of Hosts. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>Shew the light of thy countenance, and we shall be whole.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>O Christ, arise, help us. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And deliver us for thy Name's sake.<br /><span class="rubric">V/. </span>Lord, hear my prayer. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And let my cry come unto thee.
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eternal life all them that do us good. Amen.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let us pray for the faithful departed. <span class="rubric">. </span>Rest eternal grant uto them, O Lord ; and let light perpetual shine upon them.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>May they rest in peace.<span class="rubric">. </span>Amen.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let us pray for our absent brethren. <span class="rubric">. </span>Save thy servants, O my God, that put their trust in thee.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Let us pray for the afflicted and captives. <span class="rubric">. </span>Deliver Israel, O God, out of all his troubles.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Send them help, O Lord, from thy sanctuary. <span class="rubric">. </span>And strengthen them out of Sion.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Turn us again, O Lord God of Hosts. <span class="rubric">. </span>Shew the light of thy countenance, and we shall be whole.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>O Christ, arise, help us. <span class="rubric">. </span>And deliver us for thy Name's sake.<br /><span class="rubric">. </span>Lord, hear my prayer. <span class="rubric">. </span>And let my cry come unto thee.
  
 
<small><span class="rubric">Then is said, as directed below:</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">Then is said, as directed below:</span>
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<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>
  
<span class="rubric">V/. </span>The Lord be with you. <span class="rubric">R/. </span>And with thy spirit. <span class="rubric">And then is said:</span> Let us pray.
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<span class="rubric">. </span>The Lord be with you. <span class="rubric">. </span>And with thy spirit. <span class="rubric">And then is said:</span> Let us pray.
  
 
<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>

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