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V. The Lord loved. COMMON, p. xliii. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
MASS. INTROIT. The righteous man. With the rest. COMMON, p. xlv. except:
COLLECT. Omnipotens. O Almighty and eternal God, who, by a wonderful providence, makest choice of the weak things of this world to confound the strong; mercifully grant, that, being perfected in all humility, we may be raised by the prayers of thy holy Confessor, blessed Didacus, to the everlasting glory of heaven. Thro’.
XIV. The TRANSLATION of St. ERCONWALD, Bishop and Confessor. Double.
VESPERS. as p. xxxii. Prayer. Collect at Mass. MASS. INTROIT. Let thy Priests. COMMON, p. Xxxvii. With the rest. Except:
COLLECT. Omnipotens. O Almighty and everlasting God, who rejoicest us on this festival of blessed Ercon vald, thy Confessor and Bishop: we humbly implore thy mercy, that as we celebrate with devotion this feast here on earth, we may, by his intercession and merits, @btain the rewards of eternal life. Thro'.
SECRET. Be appeased, O Lord, at our humble entreaties; and, by the intercession of blessed Erconwald, thy Confessor and Bishop, while we assist at these sacred mysteries, deliver us from all sin; that being purified by thy grace, we may be cleansed by the mysteries we celebrate. Thro'.
POSTCOMM. Præsta. Grant, we beseech thee, O Lord our God, that being purified by these sacred mysteries and assisted by the intercession of blessed Erconwald, thy Confessor and Bishop, we may receive above the full effect of what we have tasted here in these sacred mysteries. Thro'.
The second Vespers are, from the LITTLE CHAP. of St. GERTRUDE, with a COMMEM. of St. ERCON Wald.
XV. St. GERTRUDE, Virgin. Double.
VESPERS. Both as p. xlix.
The COMMEM. of St. ERCONWALD.
COMMON, p. xxxvii.
MASS. INTROIT. Thou lovedst. With the rest. COMMON, P lvi. except:
COLLECT. Deus, qui. O God, who didst prepare for thyself an agreeable abode in the heart of blessed Gertrude the Virgin, thro' her merits and intercession graciously cleanse our hearts from all stains, and grant we may enjoy the same happiness with her. Thro'.
The second Vespers from the LITTLE CHAPTER are of the following Feast, with a Commemoration of St.
XVI. St. EDMUND, Confessor and Bishop. Double VESPERS. As at p. xxxii. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
The COMMEMORATION of St. GERTRUDE. Anth. Come, O spouse. COMMON, p. li. V. Grace, ib. p. liii. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
MASS. IOTROIT. The Lord settled. COMMON, p. xxxiv. With the rest, except:
COLLECT. Deus, qui. O God, who didst most bountifully adorn thy Church with the glorious merits of St. Edmund, thy Confessor and Bishop during his life; and rejoicedst it by his miracles; mercifully grant that we thy servants may reform our lives by his example, and be defended from all adversity by his patronage. Thro'.
SECRET. We beseech thee, O Lord, by the prayers of blessed Edmund, thy Confessor and Bishop, that the offerings we bring may be pleasing to thee, and avail to our salvation. Thro'.
POSTCOMM. Mentes. Strengthen, O Lord, our souls by the sacrament we have received; that as thou hast comforted us by fresh miracles of blessed Edmund, thy Confessor and Bishop, so thou wouldst help us by his suffrages, and enlighten us by his example Thro'.
The second Vespers are from the LITTLE CHAP. of the following Feast, with a Commem. of St. EDMUND.
XVII. St. HUGH, Confessor and Bishop. Double.
The COMMEM. of St. EDMUND. Anth. The Lord loved. V. The Lord led. p. xxxvii.
MASS. INTROIT. Let thy priests. Xxxxvii. with the rest, except :
COLLECT. Deus, qui. O God, who didst adorn blessed Hugh thy Confessor and Bishop, with eminent merits and the gift of evident miracles: grant, we beseech thee, that his example may excite us, and virtues enlighten us. Thro'.
SECRET. May blessed Hugh, O Lord, accompany our offerings with his prayers; that, assisted by his merits, we may obtain both grace and glory. Thro'.
POSTCOMM Noster. May blessed Hugh, we beseech thee, O Lord, render our homage acceptable to thee: lest our own guilt should hinder in us the effect of these heavenly mysteries. Thro'.
The second Vespers are from the LITTLE CHAP. of the following Feast, with a Commemoration of St. HUGH.
XVIII. The DEDICATION of the CHURCH of the Apostles. Double.
VESPERS. Both as in the COMMON, p. lxvi.
The COMMEM. of St. HUGH. Anth The Lord loved. V. The Lord led. p. xxxvii. Prayer. Collect at Mass. MASS. INTROIT. This is an awful place. p. lxvi.
The second Vespers are from the LITTLE CHAP. of the following Feast, with a Commem. of the DEDICATION, and of St. PONTIANUS, Pope and Martyr.
XIX. St. ELIZABETH, Widow. Double. VESPERS. all as in the CouмON, p. lix. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
Then is made a Commem. of the DEDICATION. Anth. O how awful. V. Holiness. p. lxix. Prayer. Collect, p. lxvi. And of St. PONTIANUS, Pope and Martyr. Anth. This saint. V. Thou hast crowned. p. xv. Prayer. Infirmitatem, p. xvi.
MASS. INTROIT. I have found, &c. p. lxi. except :
COLLECT. Tuorum. Enlighten the hearts of thy faithful, O most merciful God, and by the prayers of blessed Elizabeth, grant we may despise the pleasing things of this world, and ever be refreshed with the comforts of heaven. Thro'.
Of St. PONTIANUS. Infirmitatem. COMMON, p. xvi. with the SECRET and POSTCOMMUNION following.
The second Vespers are of the following Feast with a Commem. of St. ELIZABETH.
VESPERS. all as in the COMMON, p. xiii. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
The Commem. of St. ELIZABETH. Anth. She opened. V. Grace. p. lxiv. Prayer. Collect at Mass.
XX. St. EDMUND, King and Martyr.
MASS. INTROIT. The righteous man. &c. p. xix.、 COLLECT. Deus, ineffabilis. O God, of unspeakable mercy, who didst make blessed King Edmund victorious over his enemies, by dying for thy name, mercifully grant thy servants, that thro' his intercession, they may be enabled to overcome and suppress in themselves all the allurements of the old adversary. Thro'.
The second Vespers are of the following Feast, with a Commem. of St. EDMUND.
XXI. The PRESENTATION af the B. V. MARY, A greater Double.
VESPERS. all as directed, p. lxxiii. except:
At the MAGNIFICAT.
Anth. Blessed Mary, mother of God, ever a virgin, the temple of the Lord, the sanctuary of the Holy Ghost; thou alone above all others didst please our Lord Jesus Christ. Alleluia.
Ant. Beata Dei genitrix Maria, Virgo perpetua, templum Domini, sacrarium Spiritus Sancti, sine exenplo placuisti Domino nostro Jesu Christo. Alleluia.
Collect at Mass.
The Commemoration of St. EDMUND. is willing. V. The righteous man. PRAYER. Collect at Mass.
Anth. He that Common, p. xv.
MASS. All as directed, p. lxix. except: COLLECT. Deus, qui. O God, who wast pleased that blessed Mary ever a Virgin, become an abode for the Holy Ghost, should be this day presented in the temple; grant, by her intercession, we may be presented before thy divine majesty in the temple of glory. Thro'.
The second Vespers are the same as the first, with a Commemoration of the following Feast.
XXII. St. CECILY, Virgin and Martyr. Double. At I. VESPERS.
The COMMEM. Anth. There is a secret, Valerian, which I will discover to you: I have an Angel of God for my lover, who guards my body with great jealousy.
V. In thy comeliness. lect at Mass.
Ant. Est secretum, Valeriane, quod tibi volo dicere: Angelum Dei habeo amatorem, qui nimio zelo custodit corpus meum.
Common, p. li. Prayer. Col
MASS. INTROIT. I spake. With the rest. CoмMON, P. li. except what follows.
COLLECT. Deus, qui. O God, who givest us the yearly comfort of celebrating the feast of blessed Cecily, thy virgin and Martyr; grant, that as we honour her in glory, so we may follow her example in the practice of a virtuous life. Thro'. LESSON. Eccles li.
GRAD. Ps. xliv. Hear, O daughter, and see, and be attentive; for the king is taken with thy beauty. V. In thy comeliness and beauty, go on prosperously, proceed and reign. Alleluia, Alleluia.
V. The five wise virgins took oil in their vessels with heir lamps; and in the mid
COMMON, p. li.
Audi, filia, et vide, et inclina aurem tuam; quia concupivit rex speciem tuam. V. Specie tua et pulchritudine tua intende prospere, procede, et regna, Alleluia, Alleluia.
V. Matt. 25. V. Quinque prudentes virgines acceperunt oleum in vasis suis cum lampadibus; media