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you shall weep and lament; quia plorabitis et flebitis and the world shall rejoice, vos: mundus autem gaudeand you shall be sorrowful; bit, vos vero contristabimibut your sorrow shall be ni; sed tristitia vestra vertechanged into joy. Alle- tur in gaudium. Alleluia, luia.
Prayer. Collect at Mass, p. 133. The Commemoration of the fourth Saturday after Easter.
Anth. I am going to him Ant. Vado ad eum qui that sent me; and none of misit me; et nemo ex vobis you ask me; Whither art interrogat me; Quo vadis > thou going? Alleluia, Alle- Alleluia, Alleluia, luia.
Prayer. Collect of next Sunday.
FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER.
SING to the Lord a new ANT ATE Domino
canticle. Alleluia; for Vy canticum novum. Althe Lord hath done won- leluia; quia mirabilia fecit ders. Alleluia; he hath Dominus. Alleluia; ante displayed his justice in the conspectum gentium revesight of all nations. Alle- lavit justitiam suam. Alluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Ps. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. His right hand, and his ho- Ps. Salvavit sibi dextera ly arm have saved us. V. ejus; et brachium sanctum Glory. ejus. V. Gloria.
COLLECT. Deus, qui fidelium. O God, who makest the faithful to be of one mind; grant that thy people may love what thou commandest, and desire what thou promLsest; that, amidst the uncertainties of this world, we may there place «ur affections, where there are true joys. Thro'.
EPISTLE. James i. 17. 21.
DEARLY beloved: Every excellent gift, and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no change or shadow of alteration. * For of his own free will he brought us forth by the word of truth, that we might be a kind of first-fruit of his creatures. This you know, dearly beloved. And let every man be forward to hear, but slow to speak, and slow to anger. For the anger of man fulfilleth not the justice of God. Wherefore casting off all uncleanness, and abundance of wickedness, receive, with meekness, the word that is ingrafted in you, which is able to save your souls.
Alleluia, Alleluia. V. Alleluia, Alleluia. V. The right hand of the Lord Ps. 117. Dextera Domini hath displayed its power: fecit virtutem; dextera Dothe right hand of the Lord mini exaltavit me. Allehath raised me up. Alle- luia. V. Christus resurgens luia. V. Christ rising from ex mortuis, jam non morithe dead, dieth no more; tur; mors illi ultra non dodeath shall no longer have rninabitur. Alleluia, power over him. Alleluia.
GOSPEL, John xvi. 5. 14.
AT that time: Jesus said to his disciples: I am going to him that sent me; and none of you ask me, Whither goest thou? But because I have told you these things, your hearts are filled with sorrow. But I^tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go; for if I go not, the Paraclete will not come to you; but if I go, I. will send him to you. And when he cometh, he will reprove the world concerning sin, concerning justice, and concerning judgment. Concerning sin; because they have not believed in me; and concerning justice; because I go to the Father, and you shall no longer see me; and concerning judgment; because the prince of this world is already judged. I have yet many more things to say to you; but you cannot bear them now. But when he, the spirit of truth, is come, he will teach you all truth. For he shall not speak of himself; but whatever he shall hear, that he shall speak, and he shall shew you the things that are to come. He shall glorify me; for he shall receive of that which is mine, and declare it to you. Credo.
OFFERT. Ps. Sing to Jubilate Deo universa terGod all the earth, sing a ra, psalmum dicite nomini psalm to his name; come, ejus; venite, et audite, et and hear, and I will relate narrabo vobis, omnes qui to you, all you who fear timetis Deum, quanta fecit God, what great things the Dominus animae mea?. AlLord hath done for my soul, alleluia, Alleluia.
SECRET. O God, who hast made us partakers of the one Supreme Divinity, by the frequent celebration and participation of this holy sacrifice; grant, we beseech thee, that as we know thy truth, so we may live up to it by a worthy conduct of live. Thro'.
COMM. John xvi. Cum venerit Paraclitus, When the Comforter, the Spiritus veritatis, ille arguet Spirit of truth, shall come, mundum de peccato, et de he will convince the world justitia, et de judicio. Alconcerning sin, justice, and leluia, Alleluia, judgment. Alleluia, Alleluia.
POSTCOMM. Adeslo. Help us, O God our Lord, that our sins may be forgiven, and that we may be delivered from all dangers by this sacrament, which we have received with faith. Thro'.
VESPERS. Anthem and Psalms as on Sundays, p. 69. Little Chapter. Beginning of the Epistle to*, p. 109. Hymn and V. as p. 103.
At the MAGNIFICAT.
Anth. I am going to him Ant. Vado ad eum qui that sent me; but because misit me; sed quia haec loI have told you of this, sor- cutus sum vobis, tristitia row hath tilled your hearts, implevit cor vestrum. AlAlleluia. leluia.
Prayer. Collect at Mass, p. 109.
The Commemoration of the fifth Saturday after Easter. I
Anth. Hitherto you have Ant. Usque modo non not asked any thing in my petistis quidquam in nomine name; ask, and you shall meo; petite, et accipietis. receive. Alleluia. Alleluia.
Prayer. Collect of next Sunday.
FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER.
SEND forth a shout of T 7"OCEMjucunditatisan
joy, and let it be heard. V nuntiate, et audiatur.
Alleluia. Publish to the Alleluia. Annuntiate usque
utmost bounds of the earth; ad extremum terrae: libera
that the Lord hath redeem- vitDominuspopulumsuum.
ed his people. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Ps. Jubi
Alleluia. Ps. Sing with late Deo omnis terra; psal
joy to God, all the earth; mum dicite nomini ejus;
sing a psalm to his name; date gloriam laudi ejus. V.
publish aloud his praises. Gloria. V. Glory.
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COLLECT. D'.ns, a quo. O God, from whom cometh all that is good, mercifully grant to thy people, that, by thy inspiration, we may resolve on what is good, and, by thy direction, put it in practice. Thro'.
EPISTLE. James i. 22. 27.
DEARLY beloved: Be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. For, if any one be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like a man looking at his natural face in the glass; for having viewed himself, he goeth away, and presently forgetteth what manner of man he was. * But he that attentively considereth the perfect law of liberty, and continueth in it, being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, that man shall be blessed in what he doth. And if any one think himself religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, that man's religion is vain. The pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep one's self unspotted from the world.
Alleluia, Alleluia. V. Alleluia, Alleluia V. Christ is risen, and hath Surrexit Christus, et illuxit shone upon us, whom he nobis, quos redemit sanhath redeemed with his guine suo. Alleluia. V. blood. Alleluia. V. I came Exivi a Patre, et veni in forth from the Father, and mundum; itemm relinquo came into the world: I mundum, et vado ad Paleave the world again, trem. Alleluia. and go to the Father. Alleluia.
GOSPEL. John xvi. 23. 30.
AT that time; Jesus said to his disciples; Verily, Verily, I say to you; if you ask the Father any thing in my name, he will give it you. Hitherto you have not asked any thing in my name. Ask, and you shall receive, that your joy may be complete. These things I have spoke to you in parables; the time cometh, when I shall speak no more to you in parables, but speak to you plainly concerning the Father. In that day you shall ask in my name; and I say not to you, that I will pray the Father in your behalf; for the Father himself loveth you, because you have loved me, and believed that I came forth from God. I came forth from the Father, and came into the world; I again leave the world, and thou speakest plainly, and without any parable. Now we see thou knowest all things, and needest not that any one should ask thee. By this we believe thou eamest forth from God. Credo.
OFFERT. Ps.lxv. Bless Benedicite, Gentes, Dothe Lord our God, ye Gen- minum Deum nostrum, et tiles; publish the praises of obaudite vocem laudis ejus: him, who hath granted me qui posuitanimammeamad life, and hath not permitted vitam, et non dedit commome to fall. Blessed is the veri pedes meos; benedicLord, who hath not rejected tus Dominus, qui non amomy prayer, nor withdrawn vit deprecationem meam et his mercy from me. Alle- misericordiam suam a me. luia. Alleluia.
SECRET. Receive, O Lord, we beseech thee, the prayers of the faithful together with these oblations: that by these duties of piety we may obtain eternal life. Thro'.
COMM. Ps. xcv. Sing Cantate Domino, Alleto the Lord, Alleluia; sing luia: cantate Domino, et to the Lord, and bless his benedicite nomen ejus; name; publish duly every bene nuntiate de die in diem day that he hath saved us. salutare ejus. Alleluia, AlAlleluia, Alleluia. leluia.
POSTCOMM. Trilue nobis. Grant us, O Lord, by the power of the heavenly nourishment we have received to desire what is right, and to obtain our desire. Thro'.
VESPERS. Anthem and Psalms as on Sundays, p. 6g. Little Chapter. Begining of the Epistle to*, p. 112. Hymn and V. as p. 103.
At the MAGNIFICAT.
Anth. Ask, and you shall Ant. Petite, et accipiereceive, that your joy may tis, ut gaudium vestrum sit be complete; for my Father plenum; ipse enim Pater himself loveth you, because amat vos, quia vos me amasyou have loved me, and tis, et credidistis. Alleluia, have believed. Alleluia.
Prayer. Collect at Mass, p. 112.
THE three days immediately following the Fifth Sunday after Easter, are called Rogation-Days, from the public and solemn rogations, or prayers, that are offered on those days to Almighty God, in order to turn away