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fhall have raised on high the Son of Man, then you will know that I am, and that I do nothing of myfelf: but whatever my Father hath taught me, that I fpeak. And he that fent me, is with me, and he hath not left me alone: for I always do what is pleafing to him.

OFFERTORY. Pf. 15. I will blefs the Lord, who hath given me understanding: I always had the Lord before my eyes; for he is at my right hand, that I may not fall.

SECRET.

AY this facrifice of propitiation and praise make us, O Lord, worthy of thy protection.

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COMMUNION. Pf. 8. O Lord our God, how wonderful is thy name over the whole earth!

POSTCOMMUNION.

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AY this communion, O Lord, cleanfe us from fin: and make us partakers of the heavenly remedy. Thro'.

Let us pray. Bown down your heads to God.

PRAYER. Adefto.

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EAR our prayers and intreaties, O Almighty God; and grant that thofe, to whom thou giveft hopes of thy mercy, may experience the effects of thy ufual clemency. Thro'

The COMMEMORATION at VESPERS.

Ant. Qui me mifit, mecum eft, & non reliquit me folum: quia quæ placita funt ei, facio femper.

V. and R. as above, p. 27. PRAYER. Adefto.

Anth. He that fent me, is with me, and hath not left me alone: becaufe I always do what is pleafing to him.

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TUESDAY,

MASS.

INTROIT. M

26.

Y heart hath faid to thee; I have fought thy prefence; I will continue to feek thy prefence, O Lord: turn not away thy face from me. Pf. The Lord is my light and my falvation; whom fhall I fear? V. Glory. COLLECT. Perfice.

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Rant us, O Lord, we beseech thee, thy affift-
ance, whereby we may go through the obfer-
vance of his holy faft, that what we have under-
taken by thy appointment, we may accomplish by
thy grace. Thro'

LESSON. 3 Kings xvii. 8, 16. IN thofe days: The word of the Lord came to Elias the Thefbite, faying: Arife, go to Sarephta in the territory of the Sidonians, and abide there; for I have commanded the widow woman to give thee food. He arofe, and went to Sarephta. And when he came to the gate of the city, he faw the widow woman gathering fticks: and calling her, he faid: Give me a little water in a veffel to drink. And as she went to fetch it, he called after her, faying: Bring me likewife, I pray thee, a morfel of bread in thy hand. And the answered: As the Lord thy God liveth, I have no bread, but only a handful of meal in a veffel, and a little oil in a pot: and behold I am gathering two sticks, that I may go home, and drefs it for me and my fon, that we may eat it, and die. Elias faid to her: Fear not, but go and do what thou hast said: but first make for me of that little meal a fmall cake on the embers, and bring it to me: and afterwards thou fhalt make fome for thy felf and thy fon. For thus faith the Lord God of Ifrael: The veffel of meal fhall not wafte, nor the pot of oil be diminished, till the day, in which the Lord fhall fend rain upon the earth. She went, and did as Elias had bid her; and

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he, and fhe, and her family did eat: and from that day the veffel of meal wasted not, neither was the pot of oil diminished, according to the word of the Lord spoken by Elias.

GRADUAL. Pf. 54. Caft thy follicitude on the Lord, and he will feed thee. V. When I cried out to the Lord, he heard my voice against those who were coming upon me.

GOSPE L.

Matt. xxiii. 1, 12.

A T that time: Jefus spoke to the multitude and to his difciples, faying: The Scribes and Pharifees fit in the chair of Mofes; and therefore, whatever they fay to you, obferve and do it: but do not according to their works: for they fay, and do not. For they bind heavy and infupportable burdens, and they lay them on men's fhoulders: but they will not move them with a finger of their own. And they do all their works to be seen by men for they wear broad plylacteries 4, and long fringes. And they love the highest places at feasts, and the first chairs in the fynagogues, and to be faluted in the market-place, and to be called by men, Rabbi. But be not you called Rabbi, for you have only one Mafter, and you are all brethren. And call no man your father on earth, for you have only one Father, who is in heaven. Neither be you called mafters, for you have only one Mafter, who is the Christ. He that is the greatest among you, fhall be your fervant: and whofoever exalteth himfelf, fhall be humbled: and he that humbleth himfelf, fhall be exalted.

OFFERTORY. Pf. 50. Have mercy on me, Lord, according to thy great mercy: O Lord, blot out my iniquity.

e Expl. They preach, but do not practise.

d Expl. The Jews wore the decalogue wrote in flips of parchment about their rifts and their forebeads.

e Expl. They wore toffels at the corners of their garments.

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fteries; and let them cleanfe us from all earthly vice, and bring us to the enjoyment of thy heavenly gifts. Thro'.

COMMUNION. Pf. 9. I will publish all thy wonders: I will rejoice in thee, and be tranfported with joy: I will fing to the glory of thy name, O thou the Moft High. J

POSTCOMMUNION. Ut facris.

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Ake us always, we beseech thee, O Lord, obedient to thy commandments, that we may be worthy of thy gifts, which we have partaken of. Thro'.

Let us pray. Bow down your heads to God.

PRAYER. Propitiare.

E appeafed, O Lord, by our prayers, and heal the infirmities of our fouls; that our fins being forgiven, we may ever rejoice in thy bleffings, Thro'

The COMMEMORATION at VESPERS.
Ant. Omnes autem
vos fratres eftis; & pa
trem nolite vocare vobis
fuper terram: unus eft
enim Pater vefter, qui
in cœlis eft: nec voce-
mini magiftri, quia Ma-
gifter vefter unus, eft
Chriftus.

Anth. But you are all brethren and call not any one your father on earth for you have but one Father, who is in heaven nor be you called mafters, because you have but one Mafter, who is the Chrift.

V. and R. as above, p. 27. PRAYER. Propitiare.

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WEDNESDAY.

MASS.

INTROIT.Orfake me not, O Lord my God,
Pf. 37.
depart not from me: come to my
affiftance, O Lord the God of my falvation. Pf.

Lord rebuke me not in thy fury: nor chastise me in thy wrath. V. Glory.

COLLECT. Populum tuum. Ercifully regard thy people, O Lord, we befeech thee, and grant that thofe whom thou commandeft to abftain from flesh, may likewife ceafe from all fin. Thro',

LESSON. Efther xiii. 8, 17.

I N thofe days: Mardocheus prayed to the Lord, faying: O Lord the Almighty King, for all things are under thy power; and there is none that can withstand thy will, if thou determine to fave Ifrael. Thou didst make heaven and earth, and whatsoever is under the cope of the heavens. Thou art the Lord of all, neither can any refift thy Majefty. And now Lord our Sovereign, the God of Abraham, take pity on thy people, for our enemies defign our deftruction, and the ruin of thy inheritance. Defpife not thy lot which thou didst purchase of Egypt. Hear my prayer, and be merciful to thy lot and poffeffion, and turn our mourning into joy, that we may live and praise thy name, O Lord, and shut not the mouths of those that fing thy praises, O Lord our God.

GRADUAL. P. 27. Save thy people, O Lord, and blefs thy inheritance. V. To thee, O Lord, have I cried out; answer me, O my God, left I become like those that go down into the pit.

TRACT. Deal not with us, O Lord, p. 29.

GOSPEL. Matt. xx. 17, 28.

A T that time: Jefus going up to Jerufalem,

took the twelve difciples afide, and faid to them: Behold we are going up to Jerufalem, and the Son of Man will be betrayed to the chief priefts and to the fcribes, and they will condemn him to death, and deliver him up to the Gentiles to be infulted, fcourged, and crucified; and the third day he shall

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