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<em>In Lent</em>
 
<em>In Lent</em>
  
<small><span class="rubric">From the I Sunday in Lent through the Saturday before Passion Sunday,<span></small>
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<small><span class="rubric">From the I Sunday in Lent through the Saturday before Passion Sunday,</span></small>
  
 
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<small><span class="rubric">And NOTE, That when the foregoing Invit. is said, these italicized words in the Psalm are omitted, namely:</span> Today if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
 
<small><span class="rubric">And NOTE, That when the foregoing Invit. is said, these italicized words in the Psalm are omitted, namely:</span> Today if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
  
<small><span class="rubric">Through Passiontide,</span> Glory be <span class="rubric">is not said at the end of the Psalm Venite when the Office is of the Sunday or of the Feria, but the Invit. is repeated as usual at the end. This direction to omit the Gloria in the Office of the Season during Passiontide applies also to the Responds at Matins and the Brief Responds at the other Hours.</span></small>
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<span class="rubric">Through Passiontide,</span> Glory be <span class="rubric">is not said at the end of the Psalm Venite when the Office is of the Sunday or of the Feria, but the Invit. is repeated as usual at the end. This direction to omit the Gloria in the Office of the Season during Passiontide applies also to the Responds at Matins and the Brief Responds at the other Hours.</span></small>
  
 
<span class="rubric">Hymn.</span> <em>Pange, lingua, gloriosi.</em><br /><span class="rubric dropcap">S</span>ING, my tongue, the glor<em>i</em>ous battle, <br />Sing the winning of the fray, <br />And above the Cross, the trophy,<br />Sound the high triumphal lay;<br />Tell of how the world's Redeemer<br />As a Victim won the day.
 
<span class="rubric">Hymn.</span> <em>Pange, lingua, gloriosi.</em><br /><span class="rubric dropcap">S</span>ING, my tongue, the glor<em>i</em>ous battle, <br />Sing the winning of the fray, <br />And above the Cross, the trophy,<br />Sound the high triumphal lay;<br />Tell of how the world's Redeemer<br />As a Victim won the day.
  
God in pity saw man fallen,<br />Sham<em>e</em>d and sunk in misery,<br />When he fell on death, by tasting<br />Fruit of the forbidden tree:<br />Then another Tree was chosen<br />Which the world from death should
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God in pity saw man fallen,<br />Sham<em>e</em>d and sunk in misery,<br />When he fell on death, by tasting<br />Fruit of the forbidden tree:<br />Then another Tree was chosen<br />Which the world from death should free.
free.
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Thus the work of our salvation<br />Needs must fill its order<em>e</em>d plan; <br />Craft the shifting traitor baffle<br />As his craft deluded man; <br />And the medicine of healing<br />Spring whence first the hurt began.
 
Thus the work of our salvation<br />Needs must fill its order<em>e</em>d plan; <br />Craft the shifting traitor baffle<br />As his craft deluded man; <br />And the medicine of healing<br />Spring whence first the hurt began.
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<span class="rubric">This Ending is never changed:</span><br />O Jesu, Saviour, lead us in<br />With thee in safety to abide;<br />And call us from the grave of sin,<br />To rise with thee this Eastertide. Amen.
 
<span class="rubric">This Ending is never changed:</span><br />O Jesu, Saviour, lead us in<br />With thee in safety to abide;<br />And call us from the grave of sin,<br />To rise with thee this Eastertide. Amen.
  
<span class="rubric">NOTE, That in all Hymns of the foregoing meter, from Vespers of Low Sunday through the Vigil of the Ascension,<span></small>
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<span class="rubric">NOTE, That in all Hymns of the foregoing meter, from Vespers of Low Sunday through the Vigil of the Ascension,</span></small>
  
 
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<small><span class="rubric">The Psalms, with their Antiphons, are said as in the Psalter, or as designated in the Proper or Common.</span>
 
<small><span class="rubric">The Psalms, with their Antiphons, are said as in the Psalter, or as designated in the Proper or Common.</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>
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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 (†) 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 ℣ and ℟ according to the Office of the day, and then is said:</span></small>
 
<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>
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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>
  
℣. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us. ℟. Thanks be to God.
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<span class="rubric">℣.</span> But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us. <span class="rubric">℟.</span> 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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=====TABLE OF ABSOLUTIONs AND BENEDICTIONS=====
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=====TABLE OF ABSOLUTIONS AND BENEDICTIONS=====
  
 
<strong>In Offices of Nine Lessons</strong>
 
<strong>In Offices of Nine Lessons</strong>

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