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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Masses for the Third Week in Advent: Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter.

For the liturgically inclined, and those needing relief from the theological discourse occupying many sons of the Church, here presented are the Masses for the Third Week in Advent from the Ordo of the Ordinariate (Chair of St Peter/CoSP).
N.B.
The Ordinariate (CoSP) follows the Roman ordering of the Great O Antiphons starting on December 17th (O Sapientia) but adds O Virgo virginum on the morning of December 24th.
The Ordinariate (CoSP) uses the Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition (Ignatius Press, 2006), of the Holy Bible in its lectionary.
For a list of descriptions of abbreviations and symbols, scroll down to the end of this page.
Ordinariatus Personalis Cathedræ Sancti Petri
Ordo Missae celebrandae et Divini Officii persolvendi pro anno liturgico 2016-2017
11 SUN THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT (Gaudete) rose / violet 
DWM 160 Lec 7: Is 35:1-6a, 10 ♦ Jas 5:7-10 ♦ Mt 11:2-11
MP Pss: 63, 98 Lessons: Is 25:1-9 ♦ Mt 25:1-30 Te Deum EP 2 103 Is 26:1-13 ♦ 1 Tm 1:12-2:8
12 Mon Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast white
DWM 899 Lec 690A: Zec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab ♦ Lk 1:26-38 or Lk 1:39-47; or any readings from the Common of the BVM, nos. 707-712
MP Pss: 24, 46 Lessons: Gn 12:1-7 ♦ Lk 11:27-28 Te Deum EP 87, 95 Zec 2:1-13 ♦ Eph 1:3-12
13 Tue St Lucy, Virgin & Martyr Memorial red
DWM 900 Lec 188: Zep 3:1-2, 9-13 ♦ Mt 21:28-32 Or Lec 692: readings proper to St Lucy 
MP Pss: 45 Lessons: Is 38:1-20 ♦ Mk 7:24-8:10 EP 47-48 Is 40:1-11 ♦ Rv 19 Page 10 of 88 Page 11 of 88 December 2016
14 Wed St John of the Cross, Priest & Doctor of the Church Memorial white
DWM 901 Lec 189: Is 45:6b-8, 18, 21b-25 ♦ Lk 7:18b-23 Or Lec 693: readings proper to St John of the Cross
MP Pss: 119:VII-IX Lessons: Is 40:12-end ♦ Mk 8:11-9:1 EP 49, 53 Is 41 ♦ Rv 20
15 Thu Advent Feria violet
DWM 160 Lec 190: Is 54:1-10 ♦ Lk 7:24-30
MP Pss: 50 Lessons: Is 42:1-17 ♦ Mk 9:2-32 EP 33 Is 42:18-43:13 ♦ Rv 21:1-14
16 Fri Advent Feria violet
DWM 160 Lec 191: Is 56:1-3a, 6-8 ♦ Jn 5:33-36
MP Pss: 40, 54 Lessons: Is 43:14-44:5 ♦ Mk 9:33-end EP 51 Is 44:6-23 ♦ Rv 21:15-22:5
17 Sat 17 December (O Sapientia) violet
DWM 166 Lec 193: Gn 49:2, 8-10 ♦ Mt 1:1-17
MP Pss: 55 Lessons: Is 44:24-45:13 ♦ Mk 10:1-31 EP 1 of Advent IV Pss: 138-139 Lessons: Is 45:14-end ♦ Rv 22:6-end
Abbreviations & Symbols
DWM = Divine Worship: The Missal
Lec = Lectionary for Mass. Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition (Ignatius Press, 2006)
HDO = Holy Day of Obligation
OT = Ordinary Time (Tempus per annum)
MP = Morning Prayer (Matins or Mattins)
EP = Evening Prayer, with EP 1 designating First Evensong and EP 2 Second Evensong
Pss = Psalm(s)
separates the citation of Readings at Mass and of Lessons at the Divine Office: First Reading (Lesson) ♦ Second Reading (Epistle) ♦ Gospel / First Lesson ♦ Second Lesson
indicates references to special rubrics and texts of Divine Worship pertinent to the liturgical observance of the day, occasion, or season
! designates notes on certain liturgical norms and decisions particular to the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter as determined by the Bishop and his Governing Council

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