Second Sunday in Advent - Missa 'Populus Sion' (Commem.: St. Sabbas, Abbot) - December 5th, 2010 - Propers & Video

Second Sunday in Advent
Dominica II Adventus ~ I. classis
Missa 'Populus Sion'
Commemoratio: S. Sabbae abbatis
3rd Class
[Common Preface or Preface of Advent; Commemoration of St. Sabbas, Abbot; 2nd Vespers of the 2nd Sunday of Advent]

NOTE: Add the Collect, Secret and Postcommunion of St. Sabbas to all the Masses linked below for the Commemoration

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin (Click Here; Tridentine Latin Rite Missal Project)

Latin Mass Propers Online - Full Latin (Click Here;

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

Downloadable Latin Mass Propers, Una Voce, Orange County (Click Here)

In the Sight of Angels: DOMINICA II ADVENTUS
Second Sunday of Advent
1st Class, Violet

Gregorian Chant Propers in Latin, MP3: Hebdomada secunda adventus Dominica Second Sunday in Advent


Advent - 2nd Sunday: Introit from Corpus Christi Watershed on Vimeo. (Hat/Tip: N.W.)


Second Sunday of Advent
USCCB Daily Mass Readings (Click here) Saints of the Day & Link to Daily Divine Office MP3's

Saint of the Day: St. Sabas

Season of Advent



  1. I know this is what the FSSP Ordo says but just about every other authority disagrees. There is no commemoration of a 3rd class feast on a Sunday of the 1st Class. Further, if the Advent preface is not used then the preface of the Holy Trinity should be used, just like any other Sunday.

  2. I am sure you see that I copy the Ordo verbatim as printed. If you click any of the links to the Masses provided, they all are 1st Class with the option of the Preface of the Holy Trinity or the Preface of Advent. Furthermore, "In the Sight of Angels" also identifies this as a 1st Class Feast as you can see. The Ordo for 2011 (which just came) gives the Feast on December 4th, 2011 as 1st Class with the option of the two Prefaces for Advent (Advent or Holy Trinity). So, I am sure you are right, and that this may have been a misprint. However, I copy the text from the Ordo verbatim for a frame of reference only.

    Thanks for the comments! D.v.


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