Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday) - Feria Quinta in Coena Domini - Missa 'Nos Autem' - April 2nd, 2015 - Propers



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Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday)
Feria Quinta in Coena Domini
Missa 'Nos Autem'
1st Class
White & Violet
[Preface of the Holy Cross]


Note:  Mass is celebrated in the evening between the hours of 4 PM and 9 PM. The tabernacle must be empty.  Enough hosts must be consecrated today for both Holy Thursday and Good Friday.  The bells are rung and the organ played during the singing of the Gloria and are thereafter silent.  The washing of the feet or Mandatum may take place after the Gospel, or even outside of Mass.  Proper Communicantes, Hanc Igitur, and Qui Pridie.  The appendices of some missals also contain a proper preface for Holy Thursday.  Agnus Dei...miserere nobis is said 3 times.  Before Communion the prayer Domine qui dixisti is omitted.  Benedicamus Domino replaces Ite, missa est.  There is no final blessing and no Last Gospel.  Procession to the Altar of Repose after Mass.  Pange Lingua.  Stripping of the altars: Psalm 21.  The altars are stripped of everything except Cross and candlesticks.  (These are removed before the morning Offices of Good Friday).  Vespers are not obligatory for those who assist at evening Mass.  Compline propers with psalms of Sunday.   The Blessed Sacrament must be venerated at the altar of repose until midnight.  ~2015 Ordo, F.S.S.P., page 24

Extraordinary Form:

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version (Click Here; DivinumOfficium.Com, 4-2-2015)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin (Click Here; Virgomaterdie.com)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin, PDF Format (Click Here; MaternalHeart.Org, Holy Thursday)

Downloadable Latin Mass Propers - Full Latin, PDF Format - Complete version (Usus Antiquior; St. Stephen's Church, Cleveland, OH)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version  (Click Here; Introibo ad altare Dei.Fr, Latin/French)

Summorum Pontificum Wangaratta - Propers for Maundy Thursday (English only)



Rev. Fr. Leonard Goffine's - The Church's Year: INSTRUCTION ON HOLY THURSDAY


Gregorian Propers (Scores, MP3s, Video, Organist)


Gregorian Chant Propers in Latin, MP3: Missa Vespertina in Cena Domini

St. René Goupil Chant Website: Holy Thursday

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary: Holy Thursday - Epistle (MP3)

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary: Holy Thursday - Gospel (MP3)

The Chant of Le Barroux: Office for 2015-04-02
















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LiveMass.Net (Live Mass Online)

Christ the King (FSSP), Sarasota, FL, Guadalajara, Mexico and Fribourg, Switzerland (Mass Time Clocks can be found at the LiveMass website!)

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Ordinary Form:

Holy Thursday
Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper
USCCB Daily Mass Readings; Click here

The Chant Café:  English Propers: Holy Thursday

The Chant Café:  English Propers: Good Friday

The Chant Café:  English Propers: Easter Vigil


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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Evening Roundup - Tuesday of Holy Week - Feria Tertia Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'Nos Autem' - March 31st, 2015


You Report: Local Traditional Latin Masses & Liturgies, Holy Week, 2015 - the Mid-Atlantic Metro Area (VA, DC, MD, PA, WV)



Wednesday of Holy Week - Feria Quarta Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'In Nomine Iesu' - April 1st, 2015 - Propers



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Wednesday of Holy Week  (Spy Wednesday)
Feria Quarta Hebdomadæ Sanctæ
Missa 'In Nomine Iesu'
1st Class
Violet
[Preface of the Holy Cross; Preces]


***For the Propers shown immediately below, BEGIN THE GOSPEL at verse 39, "C. Et egréssus ibat secúndum consuetúdinem in montem Olivárum. Secúti sunt autem illum et discípuli. Et cum pervenísset ad locum, dixit illis: I. Oráte, ne intrétis in tentatiónem...")



***Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version (Click Here; DivinumOfficium.Com, 4-1-2015)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version  (Click Here; Introibo ad altare Dei.Fr, Latin/French)

♫ The Chant of Le Barroux: Office for 2015-04-01

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LiveMass.Net (Live Mass Online)

Christ the King (FSSP), Sarasota, FL, Guadalajara, Mexico and Fribourg, Switzerland (Mass Time Clocks can be found at the LiveMass website!)


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Wednesday of Holy Week
USCCB Daily Mass Readings; Click here

Boston Catholic Journal:  Roman Martyrology, Complete, April 1st

SQPN.com: Saints of the Day & Link to Daily Divine Office MP3's

Saint of the Day: St. Hugh of Grenoble


Passiontide
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Morning Roundup - Tuesday of Holy Week - Feria Tertia Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'Nos Autem' - March 31st, 2015


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Monday, March 30, 2015

Evening Roundup - Monday of Holy Week - Feria Secunda Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'Iudica Domine' - March 30th, 2015


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Neat Ideas - Mass Times for Travel Smartphone App!

As people travel during Holy Week and the Easter weekend, some will find they need to find a Mass quickly to fulfill their Mass obligation.   My favorite site for travel has been MassTimes.Org.  It is tried and true and is very helpful.  The MassTimes.Org folks have an app for iPhone called Mass Times for Travel which is free from the iTunes site.

 Here is a shot of the listing in the iTunes Store:


And here is a shot of the app itself:


Using GPS data, the app will find all Masses in your area, give such information as Parish websites, Parish directions and phone numbers to contact.  It is a "must have" for travel if you wish to find a Catholic Mass near you!


Tuesday of Holy Week - Feria Tertia Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'Nos Autem' - March 31st, 2015 - Propers



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Tuesday of Holy Week
Feria Tertia Hebdomadæ Sanctæ
Missa 'Nos Autem'
1st Class
Violet
[Preface of the Holy Cross]

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version (Click Here; DivinumOfficium.Com, 3-31-2015)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version  (Click Here; Introibo ad altare Dei.Fr, Latin/French)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin  (Click Here; Virgomaterdie.com)

♫ The Chant of Le Barroux: Office for 2015-03-31

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LiveMass.Net (Live Mass Online)

Christ the King (FSSP), Sarasota, FL, Guadalajara, Mexico and Fribourg, Switzerland (Mass Time Clocks can be found at the LiveMass website!)


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Tuesday of Holy Week
USCCB Daily Mass Readings; Click here

Boston Catholic Journal:  Roman Martyrology, Complete, March 31st

SQPN.com: Saints of the Day & Link to Daily Divine Office MP3's

Saint of the Day: St. Stephen of Mar Saba


Passiontide
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TLM Propers; Tuesday of Holy Week; Missa 'Nos Autem'; Tuesday of Holy Week (N.O.); LiveMass TLM Link; Feria Tertia Hebdomadæ Sanctæ


Morning Roundup - Monday of Holy Week - Feria Secunda Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'Iudica Domine' - March 30th, 2015


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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Evening Roundup - Palm Sunday - Dominica II Passionis seu in Palmis (EF & OF) - March 29th, 2015


You Report: Local Traditional Latin Masses & Liturgies, Holy Week, 2015 - the Mid-Atlantic Metro Area (VA, DC, MD, PA, WV)




Traditional Latin Mass Calendar, March 30th to April 5th, 2015 (Passiontide & Paschaltide I) and Video of "Exsúltet iam Angélica"


March, 2015


Season of Lent II: Passiontide (Holy Week)


  • 30th  -  Feria Secunda Hebdomadæ Sanctæ (Monday of Holy Week), Missa 'Iudica Domine', 1st Class, Violet, [Preface of the Holy Cross]
  • 31st -   Feria Tertia Hebdomadæ Sanctæ  (Tuesday of Holy Week), Missa 'Nos Autem', 1st Class, Violet, [Preface of the Holy Cross]
April, 2015

  • 1st -   Feria Quarta Hebdomadæ Sanctæ, (Wednesday of Holy Week),  Missa 'Liberator Meus', 1st Class, Violet, [Preface of the Holy Cross; Preces]
  • 2nd -   Feria Quinta in Coena Domini (Holy Thursday; Maundy Thursday), Missa 'Nos Autem', 1st Class, White & Violet, [Preface of the Holy Cross]
  • 3rd -   Feria Sexta in Parasceve, (Good Friday), NO MASS IS CELEBRATED THIS DAY, the Traditional Passion Liturgy is usually held at 3:00 PM


Paschaltide I

  • 4th -   Sabbato Sancto (Holy Saturday), The Easter Vigil Mass, 1st Class, White, Gloria [Preface of Easter] (see Exsultet below)
  • 5th -  Dominica Resurrectionis, Easter Sunday,  Missa 'Resurrexi', 1st Class, White, [Gloria & Creed; Preface of Easter; 2nd Vespers of Easter Sunday]

H/T: Tridentine Latin Rite Missal Project

H/T: Ordo: F.S.S.P.

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The Exsúltet

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary: Easter Vigil - Exsultet (EXSULTET) (MP3)

De præconio paschali
Iube, domne, benedícere.
Dóminus sit in corde tuo, et in lábiis tuis, ut digne et competénter annúntiem suum paschále præcónium: in nómine Patris, et Fílii, + et Spíritus Sancti.Amen.

Exsúltet iam Angélica turba coelórum: exsúltent divína mystéria: et pro tanti Regis victória tuba ínsonet salutáris. Gáudeat et tellus tantis irradiáta fulgóribus: et ætérni Regis splendóre illustráta, totíus orbis se séntiat amisísse calíginem. Lætétur et mater Ecclésia, tanti lúminis adornáta fulgóribus: et magnis populórum vócibus hæc aula resúltet. Quaprópter astántes vos, fratres caríssimi, ad tam miram huius sancti lúminis claritátem, una mecum, quæso, Dei omnipoténtis misericórdiam invocáte. Ut, qui me non meis méritis intra Levitárum númerum dignatus est aggregáre: lúminis sui claritátem infúndens, Cérei huius laudem implére perfíciat. Per Dominum nostrum Iesum Christum, Fílium suum: qui cum eo vivit et regnat in unitáte Spíritus Sancti Deus:

Per omnia saecula sæculórum.
R. Amen.
V. Dóminus vobíscum.
R. Et cum Spíritu tuo.
V. Sursum corda.
R. Habémus ad Dóminum.
V. Grátias agámus Dómino Deo nostro.
R. Dignum et iustum est.


Vere dignum et iustum est, invísibilem Deum Patrem omnipoténtem Filiúmque eius unigénitum, Dominum nostrum Iesum Christum, toto cordis ac mentis afféctu et vocis ministério personáre. Qui pro nobis ætérno Patri Adæ débitum solvit: et véteris piáculi cautiónem pio cruóre detérsit. Hæc sunt enim festa paschália, in quibus verus ille Agnus occíditur, cuius sánguine postes fidelium consecrántur. Hæc nox est, in qua primum patres nostros, fílios Israël edúctos de Ægýpto, Mare Rubrum sicco vestígio transire fecísti. Hæc ígitur nox est, quæ peccatórum ténebras colúmnæ illuminatióne purgávit. Hæc nox est, quæ hódie per univérsum mundum in Christo credéntes, a vítiis s
æculi et calígine peccatórum segregátos, reddit grátiæ, sóciat sanctitáti. Hæc nox est, in qua, destrúctis vínculis mortis, Christus ab ínferis victor ascéndit. Nihil enim nobis nasci prófuit, nisi rédimi profuísset. O mira circa nos tuæ pietátis dignátio! O inæstimábilis diléctio caritátis: ut servum redimeres, Fílium tradidísti!

O certe necessárium Adæ peccátum, quod Christi morte delétum est! O felix culpa, quæ talem ac tantum méruit habére Redemptórem! O vere beáta nox, quæ sola méruit scire tempus et horam, in qua Christus ab ínferis resurréxit! Hæc nox est, de qua scriptum est: Et nox sicut dies illuminábitur: Et nox illuminátio mea in deliciis meis. Huius ígitur sanctificátio noctis fugat scélera, culpas lavat: et reddit innocéntiam lapsis et mæstis lætítiam. Fugat ódia, concórdiam parat et curvat impéria.


In huius ígitur noctis grátia, súscipe, sancte Pater, incénsi huius sacrifícium vespertínum: quod tibi in hac Cérei oblatióne solémni, per ministrórum manus de opéribus apum, sacrosáncta reddit Ecclésia. Sed iam colúmnæ huius præcónia nóvimus, quam in honórem Dei rútilans ignis accéndit. Qui licet sit divísus in partes, mutuáti tamen lúminis detriménta non novit. Alitur enim liquántibus ceris, quas in substántiam pretiósæ huius lámpadis apis mater edúxit. O vere beáta nox, quæ exspoliávit Ægýptios, ditávit Hebræos! Nox, in qua terrénis cæléstia, humánis divína iungúntur.


Orámus ergo te, Dómine: ut Céreus iste in honórem tui nóminis consecrátus, ad noctis huius calíginem destruéndam, indefíciens persevéret. Et in odórem suavitátis accéptus, supérnis lumináribus misceátur. Flammas eius lúcifer matutínus invéniat. Ille, inquam, lúcifer, qui nescit occásum. Ille, qui regréssus ab ínferis, humáno géneri serénus illúxit. Precámur ergo te, Dómine: ut nos fámulos tuos, omnémque clerum, et devotíssimum pópulum: una cum beatíssimo Papa nostro N., et Antístite nostro N., quiéte témporum concéssa, in his paschálibus gáudiis, assídua protectióne régere, gubernáre et conserváre digneris. Réspice étiam ad eos, qui nos in potestáte regunt, et, ineffábili pietátis et misericórdiæ tuæ múnere, dírige cogitatiónes eórum ad iustítiam et pacem, ut de terréna operositáte ad cæléstem pátriam pervéniant cum omni populo tuo. Per eúndem Dóminum nostrum Iesum Christum, Fílium tuum: Qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitáte Spíritus Sancti Deus: per ómnia sæcula sæculórum. Amen.








The Singing of the Paschal Proclamation
Sir, give me Thy blessing.
C. May the Lord be on thy heart and on thy lips, that thou mayest worthily and fittingly proclaim His Paschal praise.
R. Amen.
Let the angelic choirs of Heaven now rejoice; let the divine Mysteries rejoice; and let the trumpet of salvation sound forth the victory of so great a King. Let the earth also rejoice, made radiant by such splendor; and, enlightened with the brightness of the eternal King, let it know that the darkness of the whole world is scattered. Let our mother the Church also rejoice, adorned with the brightness of so great a light; and let this temple resound with the loud acclamations of the people.

Wherefore I beseech you, most beloved brethren, who are here present in the wondrous brightness of this holy light, to invoke wtih me the mercy of almighty God. That He who has vouchsafed to admit me among the Levites, without any merits of mine, would pour forth the brightness of His light upon me, and enable me to perfect the praise of this wax candle. Through our Lord Jesus Christ His Son, Who with Him and the Holy Ghost liveth and reigneth one God for ever and ever. R. Amen.
V. The Lord be with you.
R. And with thy spirit.
V. Lift up thy hearts.
R. We have them lifted up to the Lord.
V. Let us give thanks to the Lord our God..
R. It is meet and just.
 

It is truly meet and right to proclaim with all our heart and all the affection of our mind, and with the ministry of our voices, the invisible God, the Father almighty, and His only-begotten Son our Lord Jesus Christ, who repaid for us to His eternal Father the debt of Adam, and by the merciful shedding of His Blood, cancelled the debt incurred by original sin. For this is the Paschal Festival; in which that true Lamb is slain, with Whose Blood the doorposts of the faithful are consecrated.

This is the night in which Thou didst formerly cause our forefathers, the children of Israel, when brought out of Egypt, to pass through the Red Sea with dry foot. This, therefore, is the night which dissipated the darkness of sinners by the light of the pillar. This is the night which at this time throughout the world restores to grace and unites in sanctity those that believe in Christ, and are separated from the vices of the world and the darkness of sinners. This is the night in which, destroying the chains of death, Christ arose victorious from the grave. For it would have profited us nothing to have been born, unless redemption had also been bestowed upon us. O wondrous condescension of Thy mercy towards us! O inestimable affection of love: that Thou mightest redeem a slave, Thou didst deliver up Thy Son! O truly needful sin of Adam, which was blotted out by the death of Christ! O happy fault, that merited to possess such and so great a Redeemer! O truly blessed night, which alone deserved to know the time and hour when Christ rose again from hell! This is the night of which it is written: And the night shall be as clear as the day; and the night is my light in my delights. Therefore the hallowing of this night puts to flight all wickedness, cleanses sins, and restores innocence to the fallen, and gladness to the sorrowful. It drives forth hatreds, it prepares concord, and brings down haughtiness.


Wherefore, in this sacred night, receive, O holy Father, the evening sacrifice of this incense, which holy Church renders to Thee by the hands of Thy ministers in the solemn offering of this wax candle, made out the work of bees. Now also we know the praises of this pillar, which the shining fire enkindles to the honor of God. Which fire, although divided into parts, suffers no loss from its light being borrowed. For it is nourished by the melting wax, which the mother bee produced for the substance of this precious light. O truly blessed night, which plundered the Egyptians and enriched the Hebrews! A night in which heavenly things are united to those of earth, and things divine to those which are of man.


We beseech Thee, therefore, O Lord, that this wax candle hallowed in honor of Thy Name, may continue to burn to dissipate the darkness of this night. And being accepted as a sweet savor, may be united with the heavenly lights. Let the morning star find its flame alight. That star, I mean, which knows no setting. He Who returning from hell, serenely shone forth upon mankind. We beseech Thee therefore, O Lord, that Thou wouldst grant peaceful times during this Paschal Festival, and vouchsafe to rule, govern, and keep with Thy constant protection us Thy servants, and all the clergy, and the devout people, together with our most holy Father, Pope N., and our Bishop N.. Have regard, also, for those who reign over us, and, grant them Thine ineffable kindness and mercy, direct their thoughts in justice and peace, that from their earthy toil, they may come to their heavenly reward with all Thy people. Through the same Jesus Christ, Thy Son, our Lord, who with Thee liveth and reigneth in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God: World without end. R. Amen.



Monday of Holy Week - Feria Secunda Hebdomadæ Sanctæ - Missa 'Iudica Domine' - March 30th, 2015 - Propers



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Monday of Holy Week
Feria Secunda Hebdomadæ Sanctæ
Missa 'Iudica Domine'
1st Class
Violet
[Preface of the Holy Cross]


Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version (Click Here; DivinumOfficium.Com, 3-30-2015)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version  (Click Here; Introibo ad altare Dei.Fr, Latin/French)

***Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin - Complete version (Click Here; Virgomaterdie.com)
***The Proper Epistle (Lesson) for this Mass is shown below


***Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin  - Complete version (Click Here; Daily Catholic.Org)
***The Proper Epistle (Lesson) for this Mass is shown below


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Lectio
Léctio Isaíæ Prophétæ.
Isa 50:5-10

In diébus illis: Dixit Isaías: Dóminus Deus apéruit mihi aurem, ego autem non contradíco: retrórsum non ábii. Corpus meum dedi percutiéntibus et genas meas velléntibus: fáciem meam non avérti ab increpántibus et conspuéntibus in me. Dóminus Deus auxiliátor meus, ideo non sum confúsus: ídeo posui fáciem meam ut petram duríssimam, et scio, quóniam non confúndar. Iuxta est, qui iustíficat me, quis contradícet mihi? Stemus simul, quis est adversárius meus? Accédat ad me. Ecce, Dóminus Deus auxiliátor meus: quis est, qui condémnet me? Ecce, omnes quasi vestiméntum conteréntur, tinea cómedet eos. Quis ex vobis timens Dóminum, áudiens vocem servi sui? Qui ambulávit in ténebris, et non est lumen ei, speret in nómine Dómini, et innitátur super Deum suum.
R. Deo gratias


Lesson
Lesson from the Book of Isaias, the Prophet
Isa 50:5-10

The Lord God hath opened my ear, and I do not resist: I have not gone back. I have given my body to the strikers, and my cheeks to them that plucked them: I have not turned away my face from them that rebuked me, and spit upon me. The Lord God is my helper, therefore am I not confounded: therefore have I set my face as a most hard rock, and I know that I shall not be confounded. He is near that justifieth me, who will contend with me?  let us stand together, who is my adversary? let him come near to me. Behold the Lord God is my helper: who is he that shall condemn me? Lo, they shall all be destroyed as a garment, the moth shall eat them up. Who is there among you that feareth the Lord, that heareth the voice of his servant, that hath walked in darkness, and hath no light? let him hope in the name of the Lord, and lean upon his God.
R. Thanks be to God.

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♫ The Chant of Le Barroux: Office for 2015-03-30

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LiveMass.Net (Live Mass Online)

Christ the King (FSSP), Sarasota, FL, Guadalajara, Mexico and Fribourg, Switzerland (Mass Time Clocks can be found at the LiveMass website!)


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Monday of Holy Week
USCCB Daily Mass Readings; Click here

Boston Catholic Journal:  Roman Martyrology, Complete, March 30th

SQPN.com: Saints of the Day & Link to Daily Divine Office MP3's

Saint of the Day: St. Peter Regalado


Passiontide
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TLM Propers; Monday of Holy Week; Missa 'Iudica Domine'; Monday of Holy Week (N.O.); LiveMass TLM Link; Feria Secunda Hebdomadæ Sanctæ