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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Fourth Week of Advent 2016: Ordinariate Calendar

Once again, for the liturgically interested, the calendar (pp. 11, 12 & 13) of the Ordinariate (Chair of St Peter).

18 SUN FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT [O Adonai] violet
DWM 164
Lec 10: Is 7:10-14 ♦ Rom 1:1-7 ♦ Mt 1:18-24
MP Pss: 24, 29 Lessons: Is 32:1-8 ♦ Mt 25:31-end Te Deum
EP 2 8, 84 Is 40:1-11 ♦ 2 Pt 3:1-14

19 Mon 19 December (O Radix Jesseviolet
DWM 170
Lec 195: Jgs 13:2-7, 24-25a ♦ Lk 1:5-25
MP Pss: 61-62 Lessons: Is 46 ♦ Mk 10:32-end
EP 112, 115 Is 47 ♦ Jude 1-16

20 Tue 20 December (O Clavis Davidviolet
DWM 172
Lec 196: Is 7:10-14 ♦ Lk 1:26-38
MP Pss: 66-67 Lessons: Is 48 ♦ Mk 11:1-26
EP 116- 117 Is 50:4-10 ♦ Jude 17-end


21 Wed 21 December (O Oriensviolet
[St Peter Canisius, Priest & Doctor of the Church]
DWM 174
Lec 197: Sg 2:8-14 or Zep 3:14-18a ♦ Lk 1:39-45
MP Pss: 72 Lessons: Is 51:1-16 ♦ Mk 11:27-12:12
EP 111, 113 Is 51:17-52:12 ♦ 2 Pt 1

22 Thu 22 December (O Rex gentiumviolet
DWM 176
Lec 198: 1 Sm 1:24-28 ♦ Lk 1:46-56
MP Pss: 80 Lessons: Is 52:13-53:end ♦ Mk 12:13-34
EP 146-147 Is 54 ♦ 2 Pt 2

23 Fri 23 December (O Emmanuelviolet
[St John of Kanty, Priest]
DWM 178
Lec 199: Mal 3:1-4, 23-24 ♦ Lk 1:57-66
MP Pss: 93, 96 Lessons: Is 56:1-8 ♦ Mk 12:35-13:13
EP 148, 150 Is 57:15-end ♦ 2 Pt 3

24 Sat 24 December Morning (O Virgo virginumviolet
DWM 180
Lec 200: 2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16 ♦ Lk 1:67-79
MP Pss: 45-46 Lessons: Is 62 ♦ Mk 13:14-end
EP 1 of Christmas
Pss: 89:I Lessons: Zec 2:10-end ♦ Ti 2:11-3:7

¶ The Proclamation of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ “may be chanted or recited, most appropriately on 24th December, at Evening Prayer” (DWM 1069). Otherwise, the Proclamation may be made before the Christmas Mass during the Night.

25 SUN NATIVITY OF THE LORD (Christmas) Solemnity HDO white

Vigil (Christmas Eve): DWM 184
Lec 13: Is 62:1-5 ♦ Acts 13:16-17, 22-25 ♦ Mt 1:1-25 or 1:18-25

In the Night: DWM 186
Lec 14: Is 9:1-6 ♦ Ti 2:11-14 ♦ Lk 2:1-14

¶ The Proclamation of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ may “be chanted or recited before the beginning of the Christmas Mass during the Night. It may not replace any part of the Mass” (DWM 1069).

At Dawn: DWM 188
Lec 15: Is 62:11-12 ♦ Ti 3:4-7 ♦ Lk 2:15-20

On the Day: DWM 190
Lec 16: Is 52:7-10 ♦ Heb 1:1-6 ♦ Jn 1:1-18 or 1:1-5, 9-14

¶ The Last Gospel “is especially appropriate in Christmastide, until the Baptism of the Lord or until Candlemas.” On Christmas Day the text of the Last Gospel is replaced by Matthew 2:1-12 (DWM 1058).

MP Pss: 2, 85 Lessons: Is 9:2-7 ♦ Lk 2:1-20 Te Deum
EP 2 110, 132 Is 35 ♦ 1 Jn 4:7-end

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