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face a. Put us not to confusion : but deal with us according to thy goodness, and according to the multitude of thy mercy. And deliver us by thy wonders, and make thy name glorious, O Lord. Let all those be confounded, who do hurt to thy fervants ; let them be confounded by thy Almighty power, and let their strength be broken. And let them know, that thou alone art the Lord God, and the glorious one over the whole earth, O Lord our God.
GRADUAL. PS. 94. Take your facrifices, and enter his courts, adore the Lord in his fanctuary. V. Pf. 28. The Lord will open the thick woods: and all shall publish his glory in his temple.
GOSPEL. Luke vii. 36, 50. AT that time : One of the Pharisees asked
Jesus to eat with him. And going into the Pharisee's house, he placed himself at table. And behold a woman who was a sinner in the city, when she knew that he was at table in the house of the Pharisee, brought an alabaster box of perfumes; and, ftanding behind at his feet, she began to wash his feet with her tears, and wiped them with the hair of her head ; and she kissed his feet, and anointed them with the perfumes. And the Pharisee, who had invited him, seeing it, spoke within himself, saying: This man, if he were a prophet, would certainly know who and what manner of woman this is that toucheth him, that she is a sinner. And Jesus speaking, said to him : Simon, I have fomewhat to say to thee. And he said: Master, speak. A certain creditor had two debtors ; the one owed him five hundred pence, and the other fifty. And whereas they had not wherewith to pay, he forgave them both. Which therefore of the two loveth him most? Simon answering him, faid: I suppose that he, to whom he forgave the most. And he
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said to him: Thou hast judged rightly. And turning to the woman, he said to Simon: Dost thou see this woman? I entered thy house; thou gaveft no water to my feet; but she hath washed my feet with tears, and hath wiped them with her hair. Thou gavest me not a kiss ; but she, since she came in, hath not ceased to kiss my feet. With perfumes my head thou anointedst not; but the with perfumes hath anointed my feet. Wherefore I say to thee : Her many fins are forgiven her, because she hath loved much. But to whom less is forgiven, he loveth less. And he said to her: Thy fins are forgiven thee. And they, who were at table with him, began to say within themselves: Who is this, that even forgiveth fins ? And he said to the woman: Thy faith hath faved thee; go in peace.
OFFERTORY. Pf. 136. Near the rivers of Babylon we sat down and wept, whilst we remembered thee, O Sion.
ings to be confecrated to thee, to confift chiefly of those creatures, which thou createdst for the support of our weakness: grant, we beseech thee, that they may be to us both a help in this life, and a facrament to procure us that which is eternal. Thro'.
COMMUNION. Pf. 118. Remember, () Lord, the promise thou madeft to thy servant, by which thou gaveft me hope : it is that which hath comforted me in my distress.
POSTCOMMUNION. Quod ore.
with our mouths, we may also take with a pure mind: and inat, of a temporal gift, it nay
become to us an eter el remedy. Tiro'.
Let us pray, Bow down your heads to God.
PRAYER. Eta. E propitious, O Lord, we beseech thee, to thy
people: that forsaking what dilplealeth thee, they may find comfort in keeping thy law. Thro.'
The COMMEMORATION at VesPERS. Anth. I have earneftly Ant. Desiderio defidesired to eat this paj: deravi hoc Pafcha manJover with you, before I ducare vobiscum antefuffer.
quam patiar. V. and R. as above, p. 122. PRAYER. Esto.
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Ave mercy on me, O Lord, for
I am in distress: deliver me and rescue me from the hands of my enemies, and my pursuers : Lord, never let me be put to shame, since I have called on thee. Ps. In thee, O Lord, have I hoped ; never let me be put to Taine : deliver me according to thy justice.
COLLECT. Cordibus noftris. Ercifully, O Lord, we beseech ther, pour forth thy grace
into our hearts : that represling our sins by voluntary mortifications, we may rather suffer for them in this life, than be condemned to eternal torments for them in the next. Thro'.
LESSON. Jer. xvii. 13, 18. IN those days : Jeremias faid: All that forsake
thee, O Lord, thall be confounded, and they who depart from thee, shall be written in the earth : because they have abandoned the Lord, the foun, tain of living waters. Heal me, O Lord, and I
· Explé Their memory foall perish, and poll be a no more lafting monument, iban an inscription of ibeir names in obe duft of the earth would be.
shall be healed: fave me, and I shall be saved; for thou art my praise. Behold they say to me: Where is the word of the Lord? Let it come. And I have not been troubled, following thee my paftor ; neither have I desired the day of man ; thou knowest it. That which came from my lips was right in thy fight. Be not a terror to me; thou art my hope in the day of affliction. May they be put to shame, who persecute me; but let me not be put to shame : let them be seized with dread, but let me not be seized with dread. Bring upon them the day of affliction, and with a double de struction overthrow them, O Lord our God.
GRADUAL. Pf. 34. My enemies spoke peaceably to me: but in their anger they were troublefome to me. V. Thou hast seen it, O Lord, be not filent; abandon me not. TRACT. Deal not, &c. as above, p. 29.
GOSPEL. John ii. 47, 54, AT
T that time: The chief priests and Pharisees
assembled in Council against Jesus, and said: What are we doing; for this man worketh many miracles? If we let him thus alone, all will believe in him: and the Romans will come and destroy our place f and nation. But one of them, named Caiphas, being high priest that year, faid to them: You know nothing, nor do you consider that it is expedient for you that one man should die for the people, and not the whole nation perish. But this he spake not of himself: but being high priest that year, he prophesied, that Jesus was to die for the nation; and not for that nation only, but to gather together the children of God, who were dispersed every where. From that day therefore they resolved to put him to death. Jesus therefore walked no more openly among the Jews, but retired to a
f Expl. The temple, the place of publick worship
country near the desert, to a city called Ephrem, and remained there with his disciples.
OFFERTORY. Pf. 178. Blessed art thou, O Lord, teach me thy law; and deliver me not up to the proud ones who calumniate me: and I will give an answer to those who reproach me.
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worthily serve at thy altar, and obtain falvation by constantly partaking of what is offered thereon. Thro'..
COMMUNION. PS: 26. Deliver me not up, O Lord, to the will of my pursuers : for unjust witnesses have risen up against me, and iniquity hath belied itself. POSTCOMMUNION. Sumpti sacrificii. AY the facrifice, O Lord, we have partaken
of, always protect us, and repel from us all that is hurtful. Thro'. Let us pray. Bow down your heads to God.'
that we who seek the favour of thy protection, may be delivered from all evil, and serve thee with a secure mind. Thro':.
The COMMEMORATION at VESPERS. Anth. The chief priests Ant. Principes facerconsulted together how dotum confilium fecethey might kill Jefus: rent, ut Jefum occidebut they said : Not on rent : dicebant autem: the feast-day, left there Non in die fefto, ne forte should happen a tumult tumultus fieret in poamong the people. pulo.
V. and R, as p. 122. PRAYER. Concede.