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MASS. Intrott. I have found, With the rest as p. hi except what follows.
COLLECT. Deus, mcerentium. O God, the comforter of the afflicted, and the helper of such as trust in thee, who with an eye of mercy didst regard the pious tears of holy Monica for the conversion of her son Augustine: grant, by the prayers of both these thy servants, we may heartily bewail our sins, and find favour by thy grace. Thro'.
EPISTLE. 1 Ttm. v. 3. 10.
DEARLY beloved Son: Honour widows, that are widows indeed. But if any widow have children, or grand-children, let her learn first to govern her own house, and to make a return of duty to her own parents: for this is acceptable before God But she that is a widow indeed, and desolate, let her trust in God, and continue in supplications and prayers night and day. For she that liveth in pleasures, is dead while she is living. And this give in charge, that they be blameless. But if any man taketh not care of those that belong to him, and especially of those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel. Let a widow be chosen, not under threescore years of age, who hath been the wife of one husband; well reported of for her good works; if she have brought up her children, if she have exercised hospitality, if she have washed the feet of the saints,' if she have relieved the afflicted, if she have diligently followed every good work.
The second Vespers are from the Little Chapter of St. Catherine. p. 1. With a Commemoration of St: Montca. Anth. Sheopened. V.Grace. p. lxiv. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
V. Si. CATHERINE of SIENNA, Virgin. A Double.
VESPERS. All as p. xlix. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
MASS. Intrott. Thou lovedst. With the rest, p. hi. except:
COLLECT. Da, qucesumus. Grant, we beseech thee, O Almighty God, that we, who celebrate the festival of blessed Catherine, thy virgin, may rejoice in her yearly solemnity, and profit by the example of her eminent virtue, "Tiro'.
SECRET. May the prayers, we offer on the festival of blessed Catherine, ascend to thee, O Lord, together with the victim of our salvation, fraught with virginal sweetness.
POSTCOMM. jElernitatem. Grant, O Lord, that eternal life may be communicated to us by the nourishment we have received at thy holy table, which supported the temporal life of blessed Catherine, the virgin. Thro'.
VI. St. JOHN, at the Latin-Gate. A greater Double. VESPERS. All as p. i. except: At the MAGNIFICAT. Anth. Blessed John the Ant. In ferventis olei doApostle, being put into a lium missus beams Joannes vessel of boiling oil, by the Apostolus, divina se proteprotection of divine grace gente gratis, illaesus exivlt. came out unhurt. Alleluia. Alleluia.
Prayer. Collect at Mass. The Commemoration of St. Catherine. Anth. Come, O spouse. p. li. V. Grace is spread, p. liii.
MASS. Introit. Thou hast protected, p. iii. COLLECT. Deus, qui conspicis. O God, who seest us assaulted with evils on' every side; grant we beseech thee, that the powerf ul intercession of blessed John, thy Apostle and Evangelist, may always be a protection to us. Thro'.
LESSON. Wisd. v. p. iv. Alleluia, Alleluia. V. The Alleluia, Alleluia. V. Jusrighteous man shall nourish tus ut palma florebit: sicut like the palm tree: he shall cedrus Libahi multiplieabithrive like the cedar of Li- tur. Alleluia. V. Justus banus. Alleluia. V. The germinabit sicut lilium, et righteous man shall bud florebit in oeternum ante forth like the lily, and flou- Dominum. Alleluia, tish for ever in the sight of the Lord. Alleluia.
GOSPEL. Matt. xx. 20. 21.
AT that time: There came to Jesus the mother of the sons of Zebedee with her sons, adoring and asking something of him, Who said to her': What wilt thou? She saith to him: Say that these my two sons may sit, the one on thy right hand, and the other on thy left, in thy kingdom. And Jesus answering, said: You know not what you ask. Can you drink the chalice that I shall drink? They say to him: We can. He saith to them: My chalice indeed you shall drink: but to sit on my right or left hand, is not mine to give to you, but to them for whom it is prepared by my Father. Credo
OFFERT. The heavens shall declare thy wonders, O Lord, and thy truth in the assembly of the saints. Alleluia, Alleluia.
SECRET. Receive, O Lord, we beseech thee, our offerings and prayers, purify us by these heavenly mysteries, and mercifully hear us. Thro'.
COMM. Ps. lxiii. The righteous man shall rejoice in the Lord, and hope in him: and all the upright of heart shall receive praise. Alleluia, Alleluia.
POSTCOMM. Refecti. Being refreshed, O Lord, with the bread of heaven: grant, we beseech thee, that it may become for us food to eternal life. Thro'.
In the second Vespers is made a Commemoration of the following Feast:
VII. STANISLAUS, Bishop and Martyr. A Double.
VESPERS. All as in the Common, p. i.
Prayer. Collect at Mass.
MASS. Introit. Thou hast protected. With the rest, p. iii. except:
COLLECT. Deus, pro cujus. O God, for whose honour the glorious Bishop Stanislaus fell by the swords of wicked men: grant, we beseech thee, that all who implore his aid, may obtain the happy effect of their prayers. Thro'.
The second Vespers are of the following Feast, with a Commemoration of St. Stanislaus.
VIII. The APPARITION of St. MICHAEL the
Archangel. A greater Double. I. VESPERS. The Psalms as on Sundays, p. 6g. except the last, mhich is Laudate Dominum omnes. p. go.
Anth. The Angel stood by Ant. Stetit Angelas juxta the altar of the temple, aram templi, habens thirties, having a golden censer in bulum aureum in manu his hand. Alleluia. sua. Alleluia.
Anth. Whilst Michael the Ant. Dum prseliaretur Archangel fought with the Michael Archangelus cum dragon, a voice was heard dracone, audita est vox di . centium: Sahis Deo nostro. Alleluia.
Ant. Archangele Michael, constitui teprincipem super omnes animas suscipiendas. Alleluia.
Ant. Angeli Domini Dominum benedicite in aeternum. Alleluia.
Ant. Angeli, Archangeli, ihroni, et dominationes, principatus et potestates, virtutes crelorum, laudate Dominum de coelis. Alleluia.
of some saying: Salvation to our God. Alleluia.
Anth. O Michael the Archangel, I have appointed thee prince over all the souls to be received. Alleluia.
Anth. You Angels of the Lord, bless the Lord for ever. Alleluia.
Anth Ye Angels, Archangels, thrones, and dominations, principalities and powers, virtues of the heavens, praise the Lord from heaven. Alleluia.
Little Chapter. God signified. Beginning of the Lesson to *, p. 300.
JESUS, the Father's ray ryiE splendor et virtus and might, JL Patris,
Of faithful . hearts the life Te vita, Jesu, cordium;
and light; Tributes of praise to thee
we pay With Angels, who thy
voice obey. Millions of Leaders arm'd
with light In close array the battle
Michael the 9aving standard wields,
Displays the cross, and Satan yields.
Th' infernal dragon down from bliss
He hurls to hell's inflam'd
And thunders headlong from
the sky The rebel captain with his
Tis ours to follow such a guide
Ab ore qui pendent tuo,
Tibi mille densa millium
Contra ducem superbiae
Against the infernal prince of pride;
That crowns of glory we
And with the Lamb for
Who rose from death, be
This praise for ever we re-
To God the holy Paraclete.
Sequamuv banc nos princi-
Ut detur ex Agni throno
In sempi tenia
V. Stetit Angelus juxta aram templi. Alleluia. R. Habens thuribulum anreum in manu sua. Alleluia. At the MAGNIFICAT. Anth. Whilst John saw Ant. Dum sacrummysterium cemeret Joannes, Ar changelus Michael tuba cecinit: Ignosce, Domine Deus noster, qui aperis librum et solvis signacula ejus. Alleluia.
the sacred mystery, Michael the Archangel sounded the trumpet: Pardon us, O Lord our God, who openest the book, and breakest its seals. Alleluia.
Prayer. Collect at Mass The Commemoration of St. Stanislaus. Anth. Ye saints. V. Precious, p. iii. Prayer. Collect at Mass, as p. 297.
MASS. Introit. Ps. cii. .
lENEDICITE Dominum omnes Angel i potentes virtute, qui
BLESS the Lord, all ye his Angels : ye powerful in might, who execute his orders, and hear his words. Alleluia, Alleluia. Ps. O My soul, bless thou the Lord: let all within me bless his holy name. V. Glory.
COLLECT. Deus qui.
facitis verbum ejus, ad au-
ful order, hast regulated the employments of Angels and men; grant that those who are always ministering before thee in heaven, may defend our lives here no earth, Thro'.