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== The Votive Offices. ==
 
== The Votive Offices. ==
  
''Pope Leo XIII. permits that upon all days whatsoever upon which the Psalms of the Week-day are to be said at Mattins, either by reason of the Week-day itself or of a Simple Office, with certain exceptions, there may be substituted for the Office of the day one of the following Votive Offices.  The excepted days are Ash Wednesday, Passiontide, and the 17th to the 14th of December, both inclusive.  Easter and Whitsun weeks are also excepted, because the Office is already Semi-double, and of the Octave of the Feast of the preceding Sunday.''
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''Pope Leo XIII. permits that upon all days whatsoever upon which the Psalms of the Week-day are to be said at Mattins, either by reason of the Week-day itself or of a Simple Office, with certain exceptions, there may be substituted for the Office of the day one of the following Votive Offices.  The excepted days are Ash Wednesday, Passiontide, and the 17th to the 24th of December, both inclusive.  Easter and Whitsun weeks are also excepted, because the Office is already Semi-double, and of the Octave of the Feast of the preceding Sunday.''
  
 
''The Office itself is Semi-double, and its relations to the Office of a Weekday, or of a Simple Feast, or a Semi-double or Double Office on the preceding or succeeding day, are arranged in the same way as if it were a Semi-double Festival; thus, a Simple Office would be commemorated at First Vespers and Lauds, and have the Ninth Lesson, if it had a Lesson or Lessons of its own; and a Greater Week-day would be commemorated at Lauds, and the Ninth Lesson would be of its Homily, while in Advent and Lent the Week-day would be commemorated at both Vespers and Lauds, and have its Homily for the Ninth Lesson.  Preces are said at Compline and Prime, and the Common Commemorations at Vespers and Lauds, except the Commemoration of that which may be the subject of the Votive Office. That is to say, the Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin is omitted if the Office be of the Immaculate Conception, that of St Joseph if the Office be of him, and that of SS. Peter and Paul if the Office be of the Apostles.''
 
''The Office itself is Semi-double, and its relations to the Office of a Weekday, or of a Simple Feast, or a Semi-double or Double Office on the preceding or succeeding day, are arranged in the same way as if it were a Semi-double Festival; thus, a Simple Office would be commemorated at First Vespers and Lauds, and have the Ninth Lesson, if it had a Lesson or Lessons of its own; and a Greater Week-day would be commemorated at Lauds, and the Ninth Lesson would be of its Homily, while in Advent and Lent the Week-day would be commemorated at both Vespers and Lauds, and have its Homily for the Ninth Lesson.  Preces are said at Compline and Prime, and the Common Commemorations at Vespers and Lauds, except the Commemoration of that which may be the subject of the Votive Office. That is to say, the Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin is omitted if the Office be of the Immaculate Conception, that of St Joseph if the Office be of him, and that of SS. Peter and Paul if the Office be of the Apostles.''
  
 
''In England the use of two of these Offices — namely, that of the Most Holy Sacrament for Thursdays and that of the Immaculate Conception for Saturdays, is obligatory upon all persons bound to the recitation of the Divine Office, upon all days permitted by the Pope, except (i) those in Advent and Lent; (2) Eves; (3) Ember Saturday; and (4) days to which the Sunday Office may be transferred according to the Pie, iv. 5. <ref>When these two Votive Offices were introduced by the late Pope Pius IX., and when they seem to have been made obligatory in England, these days were excepted from the Papal permission. The edition of the English Offices now before the writer (Tournay, 1896) excepts only Advent and Lent, but the Catholic Directory shows that Eves also are excepted, and the exceptions would therefore seem to have remained the same as before. Owing to the multiplication of Festal Offices it is very improbable that the contingencies (3) (4) would ever occur.</ref>  On those days on which the use of the Votive Office is permitted by the Pope, but is not made obligatory hi England, its use is optional, as is that of the other Votive Offices on other days.''
 
''In England the use of two of these Offices — namely, that of the Most Holy Sacrament for Thursdays and that of the Immaculate Conception for Saturdays, is obligatory upon all persons bound to the recitation of the Divine Office, upon all days permitted by the Pope, except (i) those in Advent and Lent; (2) Eves; (3) Ember Saturday; and (4) days to which the Sunday Office may be transferred according to the Pie, iv. 5. <ref>When these two Votive Offices were introduced by the late Pope Pius IX., and when they seem to have been made obligatory in England, these days were excepted from the Papal permission. The edition of the English Offices now before the writer (Tournay, 1896) excepts only Advent and Lent, but the Catholic Directory shows that Eves also are excepted, and the exceptions would therefore seem to have remained the same as before. Owing to the multiplication of Festal Offices it is very improbable that the contingencies (3) (4) would ever occur.</ref>  On those days on which the use of the Votive Office is permitted by the Pope, but is not made obligatory hi England, its use is optional, as is that of the other Votive Offices on other days.''
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''After Septuagesima Sunday to Easter, exclusive, the word &quot;Alleluia&quot; is omitted wherever it is here given in square brackets, thus [ ], and in Paschal-time it is inserted wherever given thus, (P. T. Alleluia.)''
  
 
=== Office in Honour of St Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Patron of the Catholic Church. ===
 
=== Office in Honour of St Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Patron of the Catholic Church. ===
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There raise to Thee our thankful strain.  Amen.<br/>
 
There raise to Thee our thankful strain.  Amen.<br/>
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. civ. 21. </ref> He made him lord of His house.
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. civ. 21. </ref> He made him lord of His house. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' And ruler of all His substance.
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''Answer.'' And ruler of all His substance. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Antiphon at the Song of the Blessed Virgin.''  <ref>Matth. i. 18.</ref> When as Mary, the Mother of Jesus, was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost.
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''Antiphon at the Song of the Blessed Virgin.''  <ref>Matth. i. 18.</ref> When as Mary, the Mother of Jesus, was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''The Common Commemoration of St Joseph is omitted.''
 
''The Common Commemoration of St Joseph is omitted.''
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====MATTINS.====
 
====MATTINS.====
  
''Invitatory.'' In worshipful remembrance of our blessed Defender Joseph, * let us praise our God.
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''Invitatory.'' In worshipful remembrance of our blessed Defender Joseph, * let us praise our God. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Hymn as at First Vespers.''
 
''Hymn as at First Vespers.''
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''Third Antiphon.'' Behold, the Angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph * in a dream, saying : Arise, and take the young Child and His Mother, and flee into Egypt.
 
''Third Antiphon.'' Behold, the Angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph * in a dream, saying : Arise, and take the young Child and His Mother, and flee into Egypt.
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Ecclus. li. i, 2.</ref> I will give praise unto Thy Name —  
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ecclus. li. i, 2.</ref> I will give praise unto Thy Name — (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' For Thou hast been mine Helper and Defender.
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''Answer.'' For Thou hast been mine Helper and Defender. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''The Lessons are taken from Scripture according to the Season; but if the day have none such, then the following are read.''
 
''The Lessons are taken from Scripture according to the Season; but if the day have none such, then the following are read.''
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'''First Responsory.'''
 
'''First Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Gen. xli. 55.</ref> The people cried to Pharaoh <ref>Rex, &quot;the king,&quot; according to Gesenius, a simple translation of the Egyptian word ; but the translator has thought it best to give the foreign word, as it stands in the Hebrew and in the Vulgate.</ref> for bread : and he answered them : Go unto Joseph.
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<ref>Gen. xli. 55.</ref> The people cried to Pharaoh <ref>Rex, &quot;the king,&quot; according to Gesenius, a simple translation of the Egyptian word ; but the translator has thought it best to give the foreign word, as it stands in the Hebrew and in the Vulgate.</ref> for bread : and he answered them : Go unto Joseph. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xlvii. 25.</ref> The saving of our lives is in thy hand; only let us find grace in thy sight, and we will gladly be Pharaoh's servants.
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xlvii. 25.</ref> The saving of our lives is in thy hand; only let us find grace in thy sight, and we will gladly be Pharaoh's servants.
  
''Answer.'' And he answered them : Go unto Joseph.
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''Answer.'' And he answered them : Go unto Joseph. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Second Lesson.''' (xli. 37.)  
 
'''Second Lesson.''' (xli. 37.)  
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'''Second Responsory.'''
 
'''Second Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Gen. xlv. 8 ; 1. 20.</ref> God hath made me as a father to Pharaoh, and lord of all his house.  He hath made me great, to save much people alive.
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<ref>Gen. xlv. 8 ; 1. 20.</ref> God hath made me as a father to Pharaoh, and lord of all his house.  He hath made me great, to save much people alive. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xlv. 18.</ref> Come unto me, and I will give you all the good of the land of Egypt, and ye shall eat the fat of the land.
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xlv. 18.</ref> Come unto me, and I will give you all the good of the land of Egypt, and ye shall eat the fat of the land.
  
''Answer.'' He hath made me great, to save much people alive.
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''Answer.'' He hath made me great, to save much people alive. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Third Lesson.'''
 
'''Third Lesson.'''
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'''Third Responsory.'''
 
'''Third Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Cf. Gen. xlvi. 30; xlviii. 11.</ref> Now shall I die happy, since I have seen thy face, and do leave thee behind me. I am not disappointed of seeing thee. The Lord hath showed me also thy seed.
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<ref>Cf. Gen. xlvi. 30; xlviii. 11.</ref> Now shall I die happy, since I have seen thy face, and do leave thee behind me. I am not disappointed of seeing thee. The Lord hath showed me also thy seed. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xlviii. 15, 16.</ref> He That hath fed me from my youth up, bless the lads, and let my name be named on them.
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xlviii. 15, 16.</ref> He That hath fed me from my youth up, bless the lads, and let my name be named on them.
  
''Answer.'' The Lord hath showed me also thy seed.
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''Answer.'' The Lord hath showed me also thy seed. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
  
''Answer.'' The Lord hath showed me also thy seed.
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''Answer.'' The Lord hath showed me also thy seed. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
=====SECOND NOCTURN.=====
 
=====SECOND NOCTURN.=====
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''Third Antiphon.'' Joseph took the young Child and His Mother, and came into the land of Israel.
 
''Third Antiphon.'' Joseph took the young Child and His Mother, and came into the land of Israel.
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxxix. 15, 16.</ref> Look down from heaven, and behold, and visit this vine —  
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxxix. 15, 16.</ref> Look down from heaven, and behold, and visit this vine — (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' And protect that [Thy right hand hath planted.]  
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''Answer.'' And protect that [Thy right hand hath planted.]   (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Fourth Lesson.'''
 
'''Fourth Lesson.'''
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'''Fourth Responsory.'''
 
'''Fourth Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Ps. xvii. 36, 3.</ref> Thou hast given me the shield of Thy salvation, and Thy right hand hath holden me up. My buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my refuge.
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<ref>Ps. xvii. 36, 3.</ref> Thou hast given me the shield of Thy salvation, and Thy right hand hath holden me up. My buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my refuge. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xv. 1.</ref> I am thy shield and thy exceeding great reward.
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Gen. xv. 1.</ref> I am thy shield and thy exceeding great reward.
  
''Answer.'' My buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my refuge.
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''Answer.'' My buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my refuge. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Fifth Lesson.'''
 
'''Fifth Lesson.'''
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'''Fifth Responsory.'''
 
'''Fifth Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Ecclus. xiv. 26, 27.</ref> He shall set his children under her <ref>I.e., Wisdom's.</ref> shelter, and shall lodge under her branches : by her shall he be covered from heat, and in her glory shall he dwell.
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<ref>Ecclus. xiv. 26, 27.</ref> He shall set his children under her <ref>I.e., Wisdom's.</ref> shelter, and shall lodge under her branches : by her shall he be covered from heat, and in her glory shall he dwell. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxi. 9.</ref> Trust in Him, <ref>I.e., in God — see context.</ref> ye congregation of the people, pour out your heart before Him.
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxi. 9.</ref> Trust in Him, <ref>I.e., in God — see context.</ref> ye congregation of the people, pour out your heart before Him.
  
''Answer.'' And in her glory shall he dwell.
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''Answer.'' And in her glory shall he dwell. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Sixth Lesson.'''
 
'''Sixth Lesson.'''
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'''Sixth Responsory.'''
 
'''Sixth Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Ps. xxvi. 3.</ref> Though an host should encamp against me, my heart shall not fear.  Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident.
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<ref>Ps. xxvi. 3.</ref> Though an host should encamp against me, my heart shall not fear.  Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxx. 6, 7.</ref> My praise shall be continually of Thee, for Thou art my strong refuge.
 
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxx. 6, 7.</ref> My praise shall be continually of Thee, for Thou art my strong refuge.
  
''Answer.'' Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident.
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''Answer.'' Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
  
''Answer.'' Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident.
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''Answer.'' Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
=====THIRD NOCTURN.=====
 
=====THIRD NOCTURN.=====
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''Third Antiphon.'' The Father and Mother of Jesus marvelled at those things which were spoken of Him, and Simeon blessed them.
 
''Third Antiphon.'' The Father and Mother of Jesus marvelled at those things which were spoken of Him, and Simeon blessed them.
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Ecclus. li. 14.</ref> I called upon the Lord, the Father of my Lord —  
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ecclus. li. 14.</ref> I called upon the Lord, the Father of my Lord — (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' That He would not leave me in the days of my trouble.
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''Answer.'' That He would not leave me in the days of my trouble. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Seventh Lesson.'''
 
'''Seventh Lesson.'''
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''Seventh Responsory.''
 
''Seventh Responsory.''
  
<ref>Matth. i. 20, 21.</ref> Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife ; for That Which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost : and she shall bring forth a Son ; and thou shalt call His Name Jesus.
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<ref>Matth. i. 20, 21.</ref> Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife ; for That Which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost : and she shall bring forth a Son ; and thou shalt call His Name Jesus. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' For He shall save His people from their sins.
 
''Verse.'' For He shall save His people from their sins.
  
''Answer.'' And thou shalt call His Name Jesus.
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''Answer.'' And thou shalt call His Name Jesus. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Eighth Lesson.'''
 
'''Eighth Lesson.'''
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'''Eighth Responsory.'''
 
'''Eighth Responsory.'''
  
<ref>Matth. ii. 13, 15.</ref> Arise, and take the young Child, and His Mother, and flee into Egypt ; and be thou there until I bring thee word.
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<ref>Matth. ii. 13, 15.</ref> Arise, and take the young Child, and His Mother, and flee into Egypt ; and be thou there until I bring thee word. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' That it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the Prophets, saying" : Out of Egypt have I called my Son.
 
''Verse.'' That it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the Prophets, saying" : Out of Egypt have I called my Son.
  
''Answer.'' And be thou there until I bring thee word.
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''Answer.'' And be thou there until I bring thee word. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to. the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to. the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
  
''Answer.'' And be thou there until I bring thee word.
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''Answer.'' And be thou there until I bring thee word. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
'''Ninth Lesson.'''
 
'''Ninth Lesson.'''
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====LAUDS.====
 
====LAUDS.====
  
''First Antiphon.'' <ref>Matth. i. 16.</ref> And Jacob begat Joseph, * the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, Who is called Christ.
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''First Antiphon.'' <ref>Matth. i. 16.</ref> And Jacob begat Joseph, * the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, Who is called Christ. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Second Antiphon.'' <ref>Luke i. 26, 27.</ref> The Angel Gabriel * was sent from God, unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth, to a Virgin espoused to a man whose name was Joseph.
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''Second Antiphon.'' <ref>Luke i. 26, 27.</ref> The Angel Gabriel * was sent from God, unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth, to a Virgin espoused to a man whose name was Joseph. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Third Antiphon.'' <ref>Luke ii. 4.</ref> And Joseph also went up * from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, unto Judea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem.
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''Third Antiphon.'' <ref>Luke ii. 4.</ref> And Joseph also went up * from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, unto Judea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Fourth Antiphon.'' <ref>4 Luke ii. 16.</ref> And they came with haste, * and found Mary and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger.
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''Fourth Antiphon.'' <ref>4 Luke ii. 16.</ref> And they came with haste, * and found Mary and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Fifth Antiphon.'' <ref>Luke iii. 23.</ref> And JESUS Himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the Son of Joseph.
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''Fifth Antiphon.'' <ref>Luke iii. 23.</ref> And JESUS Himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the Son of Joseph. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Chapter.'' (Gen. xlix. 26.)  
 
''Chapter.'' (Gen. xlix. 26.)  
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The joys of life eternally. Amen.<br/>
 
The joys of life eternally. Amen.<br/>
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. xvii. 36.</ref> Thou hast given me the shield of Thy salvation.
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. xvii. 36.</ref> Thou hast given me the shield of Thy salvation. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' And Thy right hand hath holden me up.
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''Answer.'' And Thy right hand hath holden me up. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Antiphon at the Song of Zacharias.''  <ref>Matth. i. 20.</ref> Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife, for That Which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost.
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''Antiphon at the Song of Zacharias.''  <ref>Matth. i. 20.</ref> Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife, for That Which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
''Prayer throughout the Office.''
 
''Prayer throughout the Office.''
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'''Short Responsory.'''
 
'''Short Responsory.'''
  
He made him lord of His house.
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He made him lord of His house. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' He made him lord of His house.
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''Answer.'' He made him lord of His house. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' And ruler of all His substance.
 
''Verse.'' And ruler of all His substance.
  
''Answer.'' Lord of His house.
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''Answer.'' Lord of His house. (''Except in Paschal-Time, when it is'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
  
''Answer.'' He made him lord of His house.
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''Answer.'' He made him lord of His house. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
''Verse.'' I will give praise unto Thy Name —  
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''Verse.'' I will give praise unto Thy Name — (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' For Thou hast been mine Helper and Defender.
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''Answer.'' For Thou hast been mine Helper and Defender. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
====SEXT.====
 
====SEXT.====
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'''Short Responsory.'''
 
'''Short Responsory.'''
  
I will give praise unto Thy Name.
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I will give praise unto Thy Name. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' I will give praise unto Thy Name.
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''Answer.'' I will give praise unto Thy Name. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' For thou hast been mine Helper and Defender.
 
''Verse.'' For thou hast been mine Helper and Defender.
  
''Answer.'' Praise unto Thy Name.
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''Answer.'' Praise unto Thy Name. (''Except in Paschal-Time, when it is'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
  
''Answer.'' I will give praise unto Thy Name.
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''Answer.'' I will give praise unto Thy Name. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
''Verse.'' The righteous shall grow as the lily.
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''Verse.'' The righteous shall grow as the lily. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' Yea, he shall flourish for ever in the presence of the Lord.
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''Answer.'' Yea, he shall flourish for ever in the presence of the Lord. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
====NONE.====
 
====NONE.====
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'''Short Responsory.'''
 
'''Short Responsory.'''
  
The righteous shall grow as the lily.
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The righteous shall grow as the lily. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' The righteous shall grow as the lily.
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''Answer.'' The righteous shall grow as the lily. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Yea, he shall flourish for ever in the presence of the Lord.
 
''Verse.'' Yea, he shall flourish for ever in the presence of the Lord.
  
''Answer.'' As the lily.
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''Answer.'' As the lily. (''Except in Paschal-Time, when it is'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
 
''Verse.'' Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
  
''Answer.'' The righteous shall grow as the lily.
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''Answer.'' The righteous shall grow as the lily. (''P. T.'' Alleluia, Alleluia.)
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. xci. 14.</ref> Planted in the house of the Lord.
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. xci. 14.</ref> Planted in the house of the Lord. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' In the courts of the house of our God.
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''Answer.'' In the courts of the house of our God. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
 
====SECOND VESPERS.====
 
====SECOND VESPERS.====
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All as at First Vespers, except the following :  
 
All as at First Vespers, except the following :  
  
''Verse.'' <ref>Cant. ii. 3.</ref> I sat under His shadow in Whom I delighted.
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''Verse.'' <ref>Cant. ii. 3.</ref> I sat under His shadow in Whom I delighted. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Answer.'' And His fruit was sweet to my taste.
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''Answer.'' And His fruit was sweet to my taste. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
''Antiphon at the Song of the Blessed Virgin.''  <ref>Luke ii. 48.</ref> Son, why hast Thou thus dealt with us ? Behold, Thy father and I have sought Thee sorrowing.
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''Antiphon at the Song of the Blessed Virgin.''  <ref>Luke ii. 48.</ref> Son, why hast Thou thus dealt with us ? Behold, Thy father and I have sought Thee sorrowing. (''P. T.'' Alleluia.)
  
  
 
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