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And ev'ry sinner's crimes Reisque dele crimina.'
Te, fons falutis Tripraises sing
nitas, To thee, from whom all Collaudet omnis fpiri
graces spring, Celestial crowns on those Quibus crucis victori
bestow Who conquer by the Largiris, adde præmicross below. Amen.
um, Amen. V. and R, as above, p. 122.
At the MAGNIFICAT. Anth. Your father A Ant. Abraham pater braham earnestly desired veller exultavit ut videto see my day: he saw ret diem meum: vidit, & it, and rejoiced. gavisus eft,
PRAYER. Collect at Mass, p. 123. ************************ M O N D A Y.
MASS. IntroIT. UTAve mercy on me, O Lord, for
man hath trodden me underfoot; he hath aflaulted and persecuted me the whole day long. Pf. My enemies have trampled me under-foot the whole day long: and the number of those that affault me is very great. Have mercy, &c. to Pr.
mercifully grant us the pardon of all our fins. Thro'.
LESSON, Jonas iii. !, 10. IN those days: The word of the Lord came to
the Prophet Jonas the second time, saying: Arise, and go to Ninive, the great city: and preach in it the preaching I bid thee. And Zonas arose,
INTROIT. } H.
and went to Ninive, according to the word of the Lord. Now Ninive was a large city, of three days journey. And Jonas began to enter into the city one day's journey; and he cried out and said: Yet forty days, and Ninive shall be destroyed. And the people of Ninive believed in God, and proclaimed a fast, and put on sackcloth from the greatest even to the least. For the word came to the King of Ninive :- and he arose from his throne, and cafting off his robe, he put on fackcloth, and sat in alhes. And he ordered proclamation to be made and published in Ninive, by order of the King and his Nobles, saying: Let neither man nor beast, oxen nor sheep, taste any thing: let them not feed nor drink water. And let men and beasts be covered with fackcloth, and cry out with all their might to the Lord : and let them turn every one from their evil way, and from the iniquity that is in their hands. Who knoweth but God may turn and pardon us, and lay aside the fury of his anger, so that we may not perish? And God saw their works, that they had forsaken their evil ways: and our Lord God took compassion on his people.
GRADUAL. Pf. 53. O God, hear my prayer: and hearken to the words of mouth. V. Save me, O God, by thy name, and rescue me by thy might.
Tract. Deal not, &c. as above, p. 29.
GOSPEL. John vii. 32, 39:
officers to apprehend Jesus. Jesus therefore faid to them: Yet am I a little time with
and then I go to him that sent me. You shall seek me, and you
shall not find me: and where I am, thi. ther you cannot come. Then said the Jews among themselves : Whither will he go, that we shall not find him ? Will he go to those, who are dispersed
Expl. li was a long Square, 480 furlongs, or 60 miles round ; and 20 miles were reckoned a day's journey for a man on fosko
e Expl. From tbeir wicked actions.
among the Gentiles, and teach the Gentiles? What is the meaning of what he said : You shall seek me, and lhall not ħnd me: and, where I am, thither you cannot come? And on the last day, being the greatest day of the feast, Jesus stood up, and cried out aloud, saying: If any one thirst, let him come to me and drink. He that believeth in me, as faith the scripture, out of his belly · shall rivers of living water flow. And this he spoke of the spirit, which they that believed in him, were to receive.
OFFERTORY. Pf. 6. Turn to me, O Lord, and rescue my soul: save me for thy mercy's sake.
O of our salvation may both cleanse us from our fins, and appease thy Majesty. Thro'.
COMMUNION. PS. 23. The Lord of armies is himself the King of glory.
POSTCOMMUNION. Sacramenti. MAY the participation, O Lord, we beseech
thee, of this saving facrifice both cleanse us, and heal us. Thro'. Let us pray. Bow down your heads to God.
PRAYER. Da, quafumus,
health both of body and mind, that being conftant in the practice of good work, they may always be safe under thy protection. Thro'.
The COMMEMORATION at Vespers. Anth. If any one thirst, Ant. Si quis fitit, velet him come to me and niat ad me & bibat : & drink: and living waters de ventre ejus fuent Iball flow outof his heart, aquæ vivæ, dicit Dofaith the Lord,
minus. V. and R. as above, p. 122. Prayer. Da, quæsumus.
a Expl, Heart, or inward párkso
T U E S DAY.
M A S S. INTROit. Ait for the Lord, act manful
ly, let thy heart be comfort, ed, and wait for the Lord. Pf. The Lord is my light and my falvation, whom shall I fear?
COLLECT. Noftra tibi. MAY our faft, O Lord, we beseech thee, be
acceptable to thee, and, having purified us from fin, make us worthy of thy grace, and procure us everlasting remedies. Thro'.
LESSON. Dan. xiv. 27. 1 N those days : The people of Babylon gathered
together about the King, and said to him: DeJiver up to us Daniel, who
hath destroyed Bel, and killed the Dragon ; otherwise we will destroy thee and thy family. The King therefore seeing, that they preffed with violence on him, being obliged by force, delivered Daniel up to them. And they cast him into the den of lions, where he was fix days. Now in the den there were seven lions, and they every day gave them two carcasses and two sheep, which were not given them then, that they might devour Daniel. And there was in fudea a prophet called Habacuc, who had made broth, and, having broken bread in a difh, was going into the field to carry it to the reapers. And the angel of the Lord faid to Habacuc: "Carry the dinner thou hast provided to Daniel in Babylon, who is in the lions den, And Habacuc said : Lord, I never saw Babylon, neither know I the den. Then the angel of the Lord took him by the crown of his head, and carrying him by the hair, with the force of his fpirit placed him in Babylon over the den. And Habacuc cried out aloud, saying: 0 Daniel, servant of God, take the dinner God hath sent thee. And Daniel said : Thou hast remembered me, O God, and hast net
Or, In a migbry wind,
abandoned thofe that love thee. And Daniel arose and eat. And the angel of the Lord immediately carried Habacuc back to his own place. Then the King came on the seventh day to bewail Daniel; and coming to the den, he looked in, and behold, Daniel was fitting in the midst of the lions. And the King cried out with a loud voice, saying: Great art thou, O Lord the God of Daniel. And he took him out of tbe den of lions. But those, who had been the cause of his intended destruction, he cast into the den, and they were devoured in a moment before his face. Then the King said: Let all the people of the whole earth fear the God of Daniel, for it is he wbo saveth, performeth signs and wonders, and bath delivered Daniel from the lions den. . GRADUAL. Pf. 42. Judge my cause, O Lord; and deliver me from the wicked and deceitful man. V. Send forth thy light and thy truth; for they have led me on and brought me up to thy holy mount.
GOSPEL. John vii. 1, 13. AI
T that time : Jesus went into Galilee; for he
would not go into Judea, because the Jews fought to kill him. Now the Jewish feast of the tabernacles was at hand ; and his brethren said to him: Depart hence, and go to Judea, that thy disciples also may see the works thou performest. For no one doth any thing in secret, when he hath a mind to be known in publick: if therefore thou performelt these things, Thew thy self to the world. For neither did his brethren believe in him. Jesus therefore faith to them : My time is not yet come ; but your time is always ready. The world cannot hate
you; but it hateth me, because I bear witness against it, that it's works are evil. Go you up to this festival ; but I am not now going to this festi
my time is not yet fully come. Having said this, he staid in Galilée. But when his brethren VOL. II.