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VIIL OF THE TRANSLATION OP FEASTS.

See the table of Concurrence. The Peasts of the Nativity o 8. John Baptist and of S. Peter and S. Paul are to be kept when they fall on the Octave day of Corpus Christi: and the special soleran Festivals of any particular place are to be kept in their own churches, even if they fall on the second, third, and fourth Sundays in Advent or Lent, or on Septuagesimaa, Sexagesima, or Quinquagesima Sundays, or on a day within the Epiphany Octave. If the Feasts of the Purification or Annunciation fall upon any Sunday of the second Class it shall be transferred to the Monday, even if it be already occupied. When & Peast having, an Octave is transferred, the Octave day is not to be transferred as well, but is to be kept on the same day, as if the Feast had not been transferred. If a Feast must be transferred until after the whole of its Octave, it shall be that year observed without Octave, except in case of & special coleman Beast.

It on the Octave day of a Feast there occur any of those principal Double Beasts mentioned in the rubric on commemorations, the Office shall be of the Const with commemoration of the Octave day: except on the Octaves of Christmas and the Epiphany, whereon no other Feast whatever • may be kept, but must be transferred to the first available day. If the Fenst bo not one of the above mentioned, the Office shall be of the Octave, and the Feast transferred as above.

A Simplo Foast can never be transferred; if the Office thereof cannot be

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IX-OF SAYING OFFICE. Office is said as set forth in the Psalter, &c. When the Officiant, at beginning of Matins, says, O LORD, open Thou, &c., he makes the sign of the cross on his mouth with his thumb. At O GOD, make speed, &c., he signs himself with extended hand from forehead to breast, and from left shoulder to right; and so at all hours when 0 God, make speed, &c., is said.

When Te Deum, or the last Ry. at Matins has been said, Lauds shall at once begin with O God, make speed, &c.

Before the Collect shall be said, The LORD be with you, &c., and Let us pray; after the last collect, The LORD be with you, &c. shall be repeated; then Bless we the LORD, May the souls of the faithful, The LORD grant us

At the little Hours on Festivals the Antiphons shall be taken in order from those at Lauds, the fourth being omitted.

At the y. Our help, &c., the Officiant shall sign himself from the forehead to the breast.

When one recites Prime or Compline alone, he shall say the Confession once only, omitting the words to you, my father, and to you, my brethren.

X.-OF HYMNS. On Saints' Days the Hymns at Vespers, Matins, and Lauds shall be of the Common of Saints, unless proper hymns are appointed.

Proper Doxologies, except for hymns of other metre, and such as have doxologies peculiar to themselves, are as follow.

On Christmas Day, and thenceforth to Epiphany, on the Feast of Corpus
Christi, and through the octave, on all Feasts of the Blessed Virgin, even in
Easter-tide:

All honour, laud, and glory be,
O JESU, Virgin-born, to Theo:
All glory, as is ever meet,

TO FATHER and to PARACLETE.
On the Epiphany, and through the octave :

All glory, LORD, to Thee we pay

For Thine Epiphany to-day; and as above.
From Low Sunday till Ascension, on Whitsun Day, and through the

To Thee Who, dead, again dost live,

All glory, LORD, Thy people give; and as above.
This doxology is to be used with all hymns on Saints' days in Easter-
tide, with the exceptions noted above.
On Ascension Day, and till Whitsunday:

All glory, LORD, to Thee we pay,

Ascending o'er the stars to-day: and as above; except for the hymn “ JESU, Redemption all divine,” and those excepted above. On the Transfiguration :

All glory, LORD, to Thee we pay,

Revealed to little ones to-day; and as above.
At other times the Hymns end as set forth in the proper places.

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Monday and Tuesday, Corpus Christi, Nativity of S. John Baptist, S. Peter
and S. Paul, All Saints', the Dedication of each Church, whereon com-
memorations, if made, are to be ordered according to the rules above given
for the solemn special Feast of any place.

On Feasts of the second rank the ninth Lesson shall be of Simples or
Vigils falling thereon, and commemoration shall be made of them at Lauds
only. But at second Vespers commemoration shall be made of any Feast
that comes on the next day, even of a Simple, and of a day within an
Octave, if the Office thereof must be said the next day.

Sundays and Ferias of Advent and Lent shall be commemorated at both Vespers and at Lauds. When Ember days, Vigils, and Rogation Monday shall be commemorated at Lauds only, Simple Feasts (except on the days before mentioned), shall be commemorated at First Vespers and Lauds of the day assigned to them in the Calendar. Ordinary Sundays and Octaves shall be commemorated at both Vespers and at Lauds, except they concur with some of the above mentioned Feasts.

Commemorations are made thus. After the Collect of the Office is said
the Ant. of the commemorated Feast for Magnificat or Benedictus, (accord-
ing as the Office be Vespers or Lauds). Then the Y. and Ry, following the

ymn in that same Office, and after them the Collect. If the Antiphon and
Versicle of the commemorated Feast be the same as those in the Office for
the day, the commemoration shall be made different, i.e., at Vespers shall
be said the Ant. and y. from Lauds, and at Lauds those from Vespers.
But if the Collect for the day and that for the commemorated Feast be the
same, for the commemoration shall be taken some other appropriate Collect
from the Common. If commemoration be made of a Sunday or Feria, the
Ant. and y. shall be from the Proper of the Season, if there be any there
assigned to the day, or else from the Psalter: but the Collect shall always
be from the Proper of the Season.

VIII.-OF THE TRANSLATION OF FEASTS.

See the table of Concurrence.
The Feasts of the Nativity of S. John Baptist and of S. Peter and S.
Paul are to be kept when they fall on the Octave day of Corpus Christi: and
the special solemn Festivals of any particular place are to be kept in their
own churches, even if they fall on the second, third, and fourth Sundays in
Advent or Lent, or on Septuagesima, Sexagesima, or Quinquagesima Sun-
days, or on a day within the Epiphany Octave. If the Feasts of the Puri-
fication or Annunciation fall upon any Sunday of the second Class it shall
be transferred to the Monday, even if it be already occupied. When a
Feast having an Octave is transferred, the Octave day is not to be trans-
ferred as well, but is to be kept on the same day, as if the Feast had not
been transferred. If a Feast must be transferred until after the whole of its
Octave, it shall be that year observed without Octave, except in case of a
special solemn Feast.

If on the Octave day of a Feast there occur any of those principal
Double Feasts mentioned in the rubric on commemorations, the Office shall
be of the Feast with commemoration of the Octave day: except on the
Octaves of Christmas and the Epiphany, whereon no other Feast whatever
may be kept, but must be transferred to the first available day. If the
Feast be not one of the above mentioned, the Office shall be of the Octave,
and the Feast transferred as above.

A Simple Feast can never be transferred; if the Office thereof cannot be

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said, let it be commemorated, but if the rubrics forbid it to be commemorated, for that year it shall be left uncelebrated.

IX.-OF SAYING OFFICE. Office is said as set forth in the Psalter, &c. When the Officiant, at beginning of Matins, says, O LORD, open Thou, &c., he makes the sign of the cross on his mouth with his thumb. At O GOD, make speed, &c., he signs himself with extended hand from forehead to breast, and from left shoulder to right; and so at all hours when O God, make speed, &c., is said.

When Te Deum, or the last Rz. at Matins has been said, Lauds shall at once begin with O God, make speed, &c.

Before the Collect shall be said, The LORD be with you, &c., and Let us pray; after the last collect, The LORD be with you, &c. shall be repeated ; then Bless we the LORD, May the souls of the faithful, The LORD grant us

At the little Hours on Festivals the Antiphons shall be taken in order from those at Lauds, the fourth being omitted.

At the y. Our help, &c., the Officiant shall sign himself from the forehead to the breast.

When one recites Prime or Compline alone, he shall say the Confession! once only, omitting the words to you, my father, and to you, my brethren.

X.-OF HYMNS. On Saints' Days the Hymns at Vespers, Matins, and Lauds shall be of the Common of Saints, unless proper hymns are appointed.

Proper Doxologies, except for hymns of other metre, and such as have doxologies peculiar to themselves, are as follow.

On Christmas Day, and thenceforth to Epiphany, on the Feast of Corpus
Christi, and through the octave, on all Feasts of the Blessed Virgin, even in
Easter-tide:

All honour, laud, and glory be,
O JESU, Virgin-born, to Thee:
All glory, as is ever meet,

TO FATHER and to PARACLETE.
On the Epiphany, and through the octave:

All glory, LORD, to Thee we pay

For Thine Epiphany to-day; and as above. From Low Sunday till Ascension, on Whitsun Day, and through the octave:

To Thee Who, dead, again dost live,

All glory, LORD, Thy people give; and as above.
This doxology is to be used with all hymns on Saints' days in Easter-
tide, with the exceptions noted above.
On Ascension Day, and till Whitsunday:

All glory, LORD, to Thee we pay,

Ascending o'er the stars to-day: and as above; except for the hymn “ Jesu, Redemption all divine," and those excepted above. On the Transfiguration :

All glory, LORD, to Thee we pay,

Revealed to little ones to-day; and as above.
At other times the Hymns end as set forth in the proper places.

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XI.-OF ANTIPHONS. The Antiphons assigned in the Proper of the Seasons to Magnificat for Saturday before the first Sunday of any month, must be used on the Saturday before the Sunday nearest to the Kalends, whether before or after. These Saturday Antiphons are always to agree with the book of Scripture read the following Sunday.

On Feasts of nine Lessons the Antiphons of Lauds are always to be said at Vespers, unless proper Antiphons be given.

During Easter-tide, in Offices of nine or three Lessons, the Psalms of each Nocturn shall be said under one Antiphon only, as noted in its place, and at the end of all Antiphons not usually so terminating, Alleluia shall be added. From Septuagesima to Easter, Alleluia shall be omitted from all Antiphons, and nothing substituted.

When an Antiphon consists of the same words as the commencement of the Psalm or Canticle following, the latter shall not be begun afresh, but shall continue from the point where the Antiphon ceased, except it be disconnected by an Alleluia.

The antiphons in the Psalter and in the Common of Saints always give way to those of the Proper of the Season or of Saints.

XII.-OF THE PSALMS.
The Psalms at Tierce, Sexts, Nones, and Compline, never change at

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any time.

The Sunday Psalms are generally to be used for Festival Vespers, except the last, which is to be changed.

Glory be, &c. is to be said at the end of all Psalms, except the 9th, 63rd, 148th and 149th, which are joined with other Psalms. (It is also said after Ps. cxvi., v. 9, and Ps. cxlvii., v. 11.). It is not to be said during the three last days of Holy Week, nor in the Office for the Dead. In the latter Office is substituted Eternal rest grant unto them, O LORD: And light perpetual shine upon them : which shall always be said in the plural, even though the Office be recited for one person only.

At the end of the canticle Benedicite is to be said neither Glory be, &c., nor Amen.

XIII.-OF THE ABSOLUTIONS AND BENEDICTIONS. The order in which the Absolutions and Benedictions before the Lessons are to be said in an Office of nine Lessons will be found noted in Matins for the First Sunday of Advent; at Matins of the three last days in Holy Week, and in the Office of the Dead no Absolutions or Benedictions are used,

In a Ferial Office of three Lessons, when the Lessons are all from Holy Scripture, the Absolutions and Benedictions shall be taken from the first Sunday of Advent in this order; Monday and Thursday from the first Nocturn, Tuesday and Friday from the second, and Wednesday and Saturday from the third.

If in the Office of three Lessons the Lessons be from some Homily upon the Gospel, the Absolutions shall be said in the order above given, but the Benedictions shall be always those of the third Nocturn : thus, first, The Evangelical Lection ; second, The Divine Help; third, The King of Angels. But if the Office of three Lessons be of a Saint, then the Absolution shall be said according to the Feria as above, but the Benedictions of the third

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