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feet out of the fnare; des meos: refpice in me, look down on me, and & miserere mei, quoniam pity me, for I am forlorn
unicus & pauper fum ego. and poor. Ps. To thee, PJ. Ad te, Domine, leO Lord, have I raised vavi animam meam: up my foul : in thee, O Deus meus, in te confi. my God, I put my trust, do, non erubefcam. V. let me not be put to
Gloria. frame. V. Glory:
to the prayers of thy servants : and stretch forth the arm of thy divine majesty in our defence. Thro'.
EPISTLE. Ephef. v. !, 9.
God, like his dearly beloved children; and walk in love, even as Christ loved us, and gave himself for us, an offering and la. crifice to God, as a sweet smelling favour. * But let not fornication, and all manner of uncleanness, or covetoufness, be so much as named amongst you, as becometh faints, or any obscenity or foolish difcourse, or fcurrility, which is to no purpose; but rather thanksgiving. For know this, and be informed; that no one guilty of fornication, or uncleanness, or covetousness, which is idolatry, hath any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God. Let no one feduce you by vain discourses : for it is on account of these things that the wrath of God falleth upon the children of unbelief. Have therefore nothing to do with them. For you yourselves were once darkness; but now you are light in the Lord. Walk therefore like children of the light. Now the fruit of the light confifteth in all fort of goodness, righteousness, and truth.
GRADUAL. Pf. ix. Arise, O Lord, let not Exurge, Domine, non man prevail : let the na- prævaleat homo : judi
a Expl. Unbelievers, Libertines, or Freethinkers,
tions be judged in thy centur gentes in confight. V. When thou spectu tuo. V. In converfalt put my enemies to tendo inimicum meum fight, then thall they be retrorsum, infirmabunweakened, and perish tur, & peribunt à facie from thy sight.
tuâ. TRACT. Pf. cxxii. To thee have I raised Ad te levavi oculos up my eyes, O thou, meos, qui habitas in cee. who dwellest in the hea- lis. V. Ecce ficut oculi vens. V. Behold as the servorum in manibus eyes of servants are on dominorum fuorum. V. the hands of their ma- Et ficut oculi ancillæ in sters. V. And as the eyes manibus dominæ fuæ: of the hand-maid are on ita oculi noftri ad Dothe hands of her mistress: minum Deum noftrum, fo are our eyes on the donec misereatur noftri. Lord, untill he have V. Miserere nobis, Domercy on us. V. Have mine, miserere nobis. mercy on us, O Lord, have mercy on us.
GOSPEL. Luke xi. 14, 28. AT that time: Jesus was cafting out a devil, and
it . And had Devil, the dumb man spoke, and the multitude were amazed. And some of them faid: It is by Beelzebub, the prince of devils, that he casteth out devils. And others tempting him, asked of him a sign from heaven. But he knowing their thoughts, said to them : Every kingdom divided against itself thall be brought to desolation, and one house fhall fall upon another. And therefore if Satan be divided against himself, how shall his kingdom stand ? Now you say, It is by Beelzebub I cast out devils. But if by Beelzebub I cast out devils, by whom do your children cast them out! They therefore shall be
your judges. But if I cast out devils by the finger of VOL. II.
God, then certainly the kingdom of God is come among you. When a strong man in armour keepeth his palace, all that he hath is fafe. But if one stronger than he come upon him, and overcome him, he will take away all his arms, in which he trusted, and divide his spoils. He that is not with me,
is against me; and he that gathereth not with me, scattereth. When an unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places feeking where to fettle: and not finding any place, be faith: I will return into my house, from whence I
And when he is come, he findeth it swept and furnished. Then he goeth and taketh with him seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and going in, they fettle there. And the latter ftate of that man becometh worfe than his former. And it came to pass, when he had said these things: a certain woman in the crowd, raising her voice, faid to him : Bleffed is the womb that bare thee; and the breasts, which gave thee fuck. But he faid: Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it. CREDO.
OFFERTORY. PS. xviii. The laws of the Lord Justitiæ Domini rectæ, are just, and give joy to lætificantes corda, & juthe heart; his ordinances dicia ejus dulciora fuper are sweeter than honey mel & favum: nam & and the honey-comb : fervus tuus cuftodit ea. therefore thy servant obferveth them.
SECR E T.
cleanse us from our fins, and fanctify the bodies and fouls of thy servants for the celebrating of this facrifice. Thro'.*
COMMUNION. PS. Ixxxiii. The sparrow hath Paffer invenit fibi dofound itself a house, and mum & curtar nidum, the turtle dove a neft to ubi reponat pullos suos : put
her young ones in: altaria tua, Domine virin like manner, O Lord tutum, Rex meus, & Deof armies, my King and us meus: beati qui habi
a bode be tant in domo tuâ, in fænear thy altar : bleffed culum fæculi laudabunt are they that dwell in te. thy house, they fhall praise thee for ever and
my God, let
us from all guilt and danger, since thou admitteft us to be partakers of this great mystery. Thro'.
At the MAGNIFICAT. Anth. A certain wo- Ant. Extollens vocem man in the crowd raising quædam mulier de turher voice said : Blessed is bâ, dixit: Beatus venter the womb that bare thee, qui te portavit, & ubera and the breafts that gave quæ fuxifti. At Jefus thee fuck. But Jesus said ait illi : Quinimo beati to her: Yea rather, blef. qui audiunt verbum Dei, led are they that hear & cuftodiunt illud. the word of God, and keep it.
PRAYER, Collect at Mass, p. 72. totetgute అel role
dostostatieteet toutes M ON DAY
MA S S. INTROIT.
Will praise God for the promise be
hath made me, I will praise the Lord for the assurances he hath given me: I will hope in God, and will not fear what man may do to
me. Ps. Take pity on me, O God, for man hath trampled me under-foot: he hath attacked me the whole day, and distressed me. 1. Glory.
COLLECT. Cordibus nostris.
forth thy grace into our hearts : that, as we abstain from felh, fo we may keep our senses from all noxious excesses. Thro'.
LESSON 4 Kings v. 1, 15. IN those days: Naaman, the general of the army
of the king of Syria, was a man in great efteem with his master, and highly honoured, because, by his means, the Lord had saved Syria : and he was a valiant man and rich, but a leper. Now there had gone out a party from Syria, and had brought away captive from Israel a little maid, and the waited on Naaman's wife. And the said to her mistress : 1 with my mafter had gone to the prophet in Samaria: he certainly would have cured him of his leprosy. Naaman therefore went to his lord, and spoke to him, saying: Thus and thus said the maid that is of the land of Israel. And the king of Syria said to him: Go, and I will give thee a letter to the king of Israel. And he fet out, taking with him ten ta. lents of silver, and fix thousand pieces of gold, and ten suits of clothes, and delivered a letter to the king of Israel in this form: When thou hast received this letter, know that I have sent to thee my servant Naaman, that thou may'st cure him of his leprosy. When the king of Israel had read the letter, he rent his clothes, and said : Am I God, that I should be able to kill and to give life, that he sendeth to me to cure this man of his leprosy? Consider and fee, how he seeketh occafions of quarrel with me. But when Elizeus the man of God had heard, that the king of Israel had rent his clothes, he sent to him, saying: Why haft thou rent thy clothes ? Let bim come to me, and let him see that there is a prophet in Israil. Then Naaman came with his horses and