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they were cleansed, and one of them, when he saw that he was cleansed, returned back, glorifying God with a loud voice; and he fell on his face at the feet of Jesus, giving thanks, and this was a Samaritan. And Jesus answering, said; Were there not ten made clean? Where therefore are the other nine? There is not ond found, who would return, and give glory to God, but this stranger. And he said to him ; Arise, go thy way; for thy faith hath saved thee. Credo.
OFFERT. Ps. xxx. In In te speravi, Domine; thee have I put my trust, dixi, tu es Deus meus, in O Lord; thou art my God, manibus tuis tempora mea. and my life is in thy hands.
SECRET. Be propitious, O Lord, to thy people, and mercifully receive their offerings; that being appeased thereby, thou may st grant us pardon, and hear our requests. Thro'
COMM. Wisd. xvi. Panem de cælo dedisti Thou hast given us bread nobis, Domine, habentem from heaven, O Lord, con- omne delectamentum, et taining whatever is delici- omnem saporem suavitatis. ous and sweet. · POSTCOMM. Sumptis. May these heavenly mysteries, O Lord, which we have received, advance our eternal redemption. Thro'.
At the MAGNIFICAT. Anth. But one of them, Ant. Unus autem ex when he saw that he was illis, ut vidit quia mundatus cleansed, returned, praising est, regressus est cum magGod with a loud voice. Al- na voce magnificans Deum. leluia.
XIV. SUNDAY after PENTECOST.
MASS. INTROIT. Ps. Ixxxij.
God our protector ; pice, Deus, et respice look down on the face of in faciem Christi tui ; quia thine anointed One; for melior est dies una in atriis one day in thy house is bet. tuis super millia, Ps. ter than thousands else- Quain dilecta tabernacula where. Ps. How lovely tua, Domine virtutum ! are thy tabernacles, O Lord Concupiscit, et deficit aniof hosts! My soul longeth ma mea in atria Domini. after, and fainteth for the V. Gloria. courts of the Lord. V. Glory.
COLLECT. Custodi. Preserve, O Lord, we beseech thee, thy Church by thy constant mercy; and since our weak mortality is continually falling without thy assistance;, may thy grace withdraw it from what is hurtful, and direct it in the ways of salvation. Thro'.
EPISTLE. Gal. v, 16. 24. RETHREN : Walk by the spirit, and you will not
fulfil the desires of the flesh. For the flesh luseth against the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh; for these are contrary one to another; so that you do not the things that you would. Now if you are led by the spirit, , you are not under the law. But the works of the flesh are manifest; which are, fornication, uncleanness, immodesty, luxury, idolatry, witchcraft, enmities, contentions, jealousies, anger, quarrels, dissentions, sects, envy, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like; concerning which I declare, as I have told you before, that they who do such things, shall not obtain the kingdom of God. But the fruit of the spirit is, charity, joy, peace, patience, benignity, goodness, long-suffering, mildness, faith, modesty, continency, chastity. Against such there is no law. And they that belong to Christ, have crucified their flesh with its vices and lusts.
GRAD. Ps. cxvii. 'Tis Bonum est confidere in better to trust in the Lord Domino, quam confidere than to trust in man.
V. in homine. V. Bonum est Tis better to hope in the sperare in Domino, quam Lord, than to hope in prin- sperare in principibus, Alces. Alleluia, Alleluia. V. leluia, Alleluia. V. Venite, Come let us rejoice in the exultemus Domino; juLord, let us joyfully sing bilemus Deo salutari nostro. to God our Saviour. Al Alleluia.
GOSPEL. Matt. vi. 24. 33.
can serve two masters. For either he will hate the one, and love the other; or he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot both serve God and Mammon. Therefore I say to you ; Be not solicitous about your life, what you must eat; nor about your body, what you must put on. Is not life more than food; and the body more than the raiment? Behold the birds of the air ; they neither sow, nor do they reap, nor gather into barns; but your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are not you of much more value than they? And which of you, with all your thought, can add to his stature one cubit? And for raiment why are you sali citous ? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they labour not, neither do they spin. And yet I say to you; That not even Solomon in all his glory was arrayed as one of these. Now if God so clothe the grass of the field, which to-day is, and to-morrow is cast into the oven ; how much more you, O ye of little faith? Be not solicitous, saying; What shall we eat, or what shall we drink, or wherewith shall we be clothed ? For after all these things do the heathens seek. Seek
therefore first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be given to you over and above, CREDO.
OFFERT. Ps. xxxii. Emittet Angelus Domini The Angel of the Lord will in circuitu timentium eum, guard on every side those et eripiet eos : gustate et who fear him, and he will videte quoniam suavis est rescue them; taste and see Dominus. how sweet the Lord is.
SECRET. Grant, we beseech thee, O Lord, that this victim of salvation may both cleanse us from our sins, and render thy Majesty propitious to us. Thro'.
COMM. Matt. vi. Seek Primum quærite regnum first the kingdom of God, Dei, et hæc omnia adjicienand all these things shall be tur vobis, dicit Dominus. given to you over and ahove, saith the Lord.
POSTCOMM. Purificent. May these thy mysteries, o God, continually purify us, and strengthen us ; and procure us eternal salvation. Thro'.
At the MAGNIFICAT. Anth. Seek first the king- Ant. Quærite primum dom of God, and his righ- regnum Dei, et justitiam teousness: and all these ejus ; et hæc omnia adjithings shall be given you cientur vobis. Alleluia. over and above. Alleluia.
PRAYBR Collect at Mass, p. 231.
XV. SUNDAY after PENTFCOST.
MASS. INTROIT. Ps. lxxxy. END thine ear to me, INCLINA, Domine, au
O Lord, and hear me; rem tuam ad me, et save thy servant, O my God, exaudi me; salvum fac who putteth his trust in servum tuum, Deus meus, thee; have mercy on me, sperantem in te; miserere O Lord, for to thee have I mihi Domine, quoniam ad cried out all the day. Ps. te clamavi tota die. Ps. Gladden the soul of thy Lätifica animam servi tui ; servant; for to thee, quia ad te, Domine, levavi Lord, have I raised up my animam meam. V. Gloria. soul. V. Glory.
COLLECT. Ecclesiam tuam. M:1y thy continual mercy, O Lord purify and defend thy church : and since without thee it cannot be safe, may it always be directed by the influence of thy grace. Thro'.
EPISTLE. Gal. v. 25 : vi. 1. 10. RETHREN: If we live by the Spirit, let us also
walk by the Spirit. Let us not become desirous of vain-glory, provoking one another, envying one another, Chap. 6. If a man be overtaken in any fault, you who are spiritual, instruct such a one in the spirit of meekness, considering thyself, lest thou also should be tempted. Bear ye one another's burdens: and so you will ful. fil the law of Christ. For if any man think himself to be something, whereas he is nothing, he deceiveth himself. But let every man examine his own actions, and so he will have glory in himself only, and not in another, For every man shall bear his own burthen. And let him who is instructed in the word, make him, who instructeth him, partaker of all his good things. Be not deceiv, ed: God is not mocked. For what things a man shal] sow, those also shall he reap. For he that soweth in his flesh, of the Aesh also shall reap corruption : but he that soweth in the Spirit, of the Spirit shall reap life everlasting. Let us therefore not fail doing good; for in due season we shall also not fail reaping. Therefore whilst we have time, let us do good to all men, but especially to those, who are of the household of faith.
GRAD. Ps. xci. "Tis Bonum est confiteri Dogood to praise the Lord; mino; et psallere nomini and to sing to thy name, tyo, Altissime, V. Ad an( thou the most High. V. nuntiandum inane mi-eri
To publish thy mercy in the morning, and thy sure promise at night. Alleluia, Alleluia. V. For the Lord is the great God, and the great King over all the earth. Alleluia.
GOSPEL. Luke vii. 11. 16.
T that time; Jesus went into a city called Naim; and there went with him his disciples, and a great multitude. And when he came nigh to the gate of the city, behold a dead man was carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow; and a great multitude from the city was with her. Whom when the Lord saw, he was moved with compassion towards her, and said to her, Weep not. And he came near and touched the bier; and they who carried it stood still. And he said; Young man, I say to thee, Arise. And he, who had been dead, sat up, and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother. And a dread seized them all; and they glorified God, saying; A great Prophet hath risen up amongst us, and God hath visited his people.
OFFERT. Ps. xxxix. I have waited with patience for the Lord, and he Fath looked down upon me; he hath heard my prayer, and he hath put a new canticle in my mouth, an hymn to our God.
cordiam tuam, et veritatem tuam per noctem. Alleluia, Alleluia. V. Quoniam Deus magnus Dominus, et Rex magnus super omnem terram. Alleluia.
COMM. John vi. The bread which I will give is my flesh for the life of the world.
Expectans expectavi Dominum, et respexit me: et exaudivit deprecationem meam, et immisit in os meum canticum novum hymnum Deo nostro.
SECRET. May thy mysteries, O Lord, preserve us, and always defend us against the attacks of the devil. Thro'.
Panis, quem ego dedero, caro mea est pro sæculi yita.
POSTCOMM. Mentes. May the efficacy of these divine mysteries, we beseech thee, O Lord, possess both our souls and bodies'; that not our own sensuality, but the effects thereof may always take the lead in us. Thro'.