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with a reed in his right hand. And bending a knee before him, they icoffed him: saying: S. Hail, King of the Jews. C. And they spit on him, and taking the reed, struck him on the head. And after they had insulted him, they pulled off the cloak, and putting on his own clothes, led him away to be crucified. And as they went out of the city, they found a man of Cyrene, called Simon, and they compelled him to carry his cross. And they came to the place, called Golgotha, which sige nifieth a Calvary b. And they gave him wine mingled with gall to drink; and when he had tasted it, he would not drink. After they had crucified him, they divided his garments, cafting lots; that it might be fulfilled, which was spoke by the prophet, saying: They divided my garments among them, and they cast lots for my vesture. And they sat down, and watched him. And they put over his head his cause in writing : THIS IS JESUS: THE KING OF THE JEWS. Then were crucified with him two thieves ; one on his right hand, and the other on his left. , And they that passed by, reviled him, Taking their heads, and saying: S. Ah! Thou that destroyest the temple of God, and in three days buildeft it up again; save thyself. If thou art the Son of God, come down from the cross. C. In like manner also the chief priests, with the Scribes and elders, scoffing him, faid: S. He saved others, but cannot save himself: if he be the King of Ifrael, let him now come down from the cross, and we will believe him : he trusted in God, let him deliver him now, if he love him; for he hath said: I am the Son of God. C. The thieves also, that were crucified with him, reproached him in the same manner. Now from the fixth hour, there was darkness over the whole earth, till the ninth hour. And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out
a Or, Cane. • Expl. A place where fculls, &c. of Makefactors were i brown.
with a loud voice, saying: + Eli, Eli, lamma sabasthani ?. C. That is : + My God, my God, why haft thou forsaken me? C. And some that stood there, and beard him, said : S. He calleth Elias. C. And forth with one of them ran, and taking a Sponge, filled it with vinegar and put it on a reed, and gave it him to drink. But others, faid: . Stay, let us fee whether Elias will come and deliver him. C. And Jesus crying again with a loud voice, gave up the ghost *. And behold the veil of the temple was rent in two, from the top to the bottom: and the earth trembled, and the rocks were rent asunder, and the monuments were opened: and many bodies of the faints, who flept, arose: And going out of their monuments, after his resurrection, they came into the holy city, and appeared to many. But the Centurion, and they who were with him watching Jesus, seeing the earthquake, and all that had happened, were very much afraid, and faid: S. Truly, this man was the Son of God. G. And many women were there' at a distance, who had followed us from Galilee, and had waited on him: among whom was Mary Magdalen, and Mary the mother of James and of Jofeph, and the mother of the sons of Žebedee. And when it was now evening, there came a rich man of Arimathea, called Joseph, who was also a disciple of Jesus. He came to Pilate and begged the body of
Yefus. And Pilate commanded the body to be given him. And Jofeph taking the body, wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, and laid it in a new monument of his own, which he had cut out of a rock. And he rolled a great stone against the door of the monument, and went away. And Mary Magdalen was there and the other Mary, fitting over-against the fepulchre.
Here all kneel down, and pause for a while, indulging those emetions of the soul ibat must arise in a Cbrißian breast at the tboughts of ibe God-man expiring for our fins.
Here is said : Cleanfe my heart, & c. as p. xvi.
the preparation, the chief priests and Pharisees came together to Pilate, saying: Sir, we remember, this seducer said, while he was yet alive: After three days I will rise again. Command therefore the fepulchre to be guarded till the third day: left perhaps his disciples come and steal him away, and then say to the people : He is risen from the dead. And so the last error will be worse than the first. Pilate faid to them : You have a guard; go and keep watch, as you know beft. And going away, they secured the sepulchre by placing guards, and sealing the Atone.
OFFERTORY. Pf. lxviii.
Improperium expecborne reproach and mise- tavit cor meum & misery: and I looked for some riam: & fuftinui qui fimul one to condole with me, mecum contriftaretur, & and there was none. I non fuit. Consolantem fought for one to comfort me quæfivi & non inveme, and found none: ni: & dederunt in escam they gave me gall to eat, meam fel, & in fiti meâ and vinegar to drink in potaverunt me aceto.
hath been offered in the presence of thy divine majesty, may procure us the grace of devotion, and effe&tually obtain a bleffed eternity. Thro'.
COMMUNION. Matt. xxvi. Father, if this cup Pater, fi non poteft hic cannot pafs away, but I calix tranfire, nisi bibam muft drink it, thy will illum, fiat voluntas tua, be done. POSTCOMMUNION. Per hujus. TAY our vices, O Lord, be destroyed, and our
righteous desires fulfilled by the efficacy of these myfteries. Thro'.
In private Masses, said without the blessing of the Palms, instead of the Gospel: In the beginning, is said the Gospel. Matt. xxi. as above, p. 155.
V ESPER S. The Little CHAPTER. Brethren. Beginning of the EPISTLE to *, p. 165. HYMN, p. 127. V. and R. as p. 122. PRAYER, Collect as Mass. WWWXXXXXXXXXXX
PERERIRI Μ Ο Ν D A Y.
defeat those that assault me: take thy armour and shield, and come to my affiftance, O Lord, my mighty Saviour. Pf. Draw thy sword, and stop those that are in pursuit of me: say to my soul: I am thy salvation. Judge, O Lord, &c. to Pr.
COLLECT. Da, quæfumus.
we, who, thro' our weakness, faint under fo many adversities, may recover by the passion of thy only begotten Son. Who, with thee and the Holy Ghost, liveth, &c.
LESSON. Ifaias l. 5, 10. 1 N those days : Isaias faid: The Lord God hath
opened my ear®, and I contradict him not: and I turned not my back on him. I have given up my body to those that struck me, and my cheeks to those that plucked them: I have not turned away my face from those that abused me and spit on me. The Lord God is my help, therefore am I not alhamed: therefore have I made my face like a hard rock, and I know that I shall not be put to shame. He is at hand who justifieth me, who will declare against me? Let us stand up together, who
€ Expl. To tbe bearing bis voice and inftruktions.
is my adversary? Let him come forth to me. Bebold the Lord God is my helper, who is it that will condemn me? Bebold they Thall all be destroyed as a garment, the moth fhall eat them. Which of you feareth the Lord, and beareth the voice of his servant ? He that hath walked in darkness, and hath no light, let him hope in the name of the Lord, and rely on the Lord his God.
GRADUAL. Ps. 34. Arise, O Lord, be attentive to my trial; my God and my Lord, undertake my cause. V. Draw thy sword, stop those that are in pursuit of me.
Tract. Deal not, O Lord, &c. as - above, p. 29.
GOSPEL. John xii. 1, 9.
fus raised again. And they made a supper for him there : and Martha waited, and Lazarus was one of those that were at table with him. And Mary took a pound of very excellent (pikenard, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair : and the house was filled with the odour of the perfume. Therefore one of his disciples, Judas the Iscariot, who was about to betray him, said: Why was not this perfume fold for three hundred pence, and given to the poor? And he said this, not because he cared for the poor, but because he was a thief, and having the purse, carried what was put in it. Jesus therefore said: Let her alone, that the may keep it for the day of my burial. For you have the poor always with you, but me you have not always. And a great multitude of the Jews knew he was there ; and they came not only on account of Jesus, but to fee Lazarus, whom he had raised from the dead.
OFFERTORY. Pf. 142. Deliver me from my