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HOW THE SOLEMNITY OF LAUDS IS TO BE PER
FOR Sunday's Lauds, first, let the sixtieth Psalm be said plainly, without an antiphon; after which, say the fiftieth with an "Alleluia;" then the hundred and seventeenth, and the sixty-second; then the "Blessings," 1 and
Praises," one lesson out of the Apocalypse said by heart, a responsory, a hymn, a versicle with a canticle out of the Gospel, and the Litanies, and so conclude.
15 Feb. DIEBUS autem privatis Matutinorum 16 Oct. solemnitas ita agatur, id est, sexagesimus sextus Psalmus dicatur sine Antiphona in directum, subtrahendo modice, sicut in Dominica, ut omnes occurrant ad quinquagesimum qui cum Antiphona dicatur. Post quem alii duo Psalmi dicantur, secundum consuetudinem, id est, secunda feria, quintus, et trigesimus quintus. Tertia feria, quadragesimus secundus, et quinquagesimus sextus. Quarta feria, sexagesimus tertius, et sexagesimus quartus. Quinta feria, octogesimus septimus, et octogesimus nonus. Sexta feria, septuagesimus quintus, et nonagesimus primus. Sabbato autem, centesimus quadragesimus secundus, et Canticum Deuteronomii, quod dividatur in
HOW LAUDS ARE TO BE CELEBRATFD ON FERIAL OR WEEK DAYS.
ON ferial days, let Lauds be celebrated thus: Let the sixty-sixth Psalm be said as on Sunday, plainly and without an antiphon, and also somewhat more slowly, in order that all may be in their places for the fiftieth, which must be said with an antiphon. After which, let two other psalms be said according to custom; that is, on Monday, the fifth and thirty-fifth. On Tuesday, the forty-second and fifty-sixth. On Wednesday, the sixty-third and sixtyfourth. On Thursday, the eighty-seventh and eighty-ninth. On Friday, the seventyfifth and ninety-first. On Saturday, the
Nam ceteris diebus, Canticum unumquodque die suo ex Prophetis, sicut psallit Ecclesia Romana, dicatur. Post hæc sequantur Laudes; deinde Lectio una Apostoli memoriter recitanda, Responsorium, Ambrosianum, Versus, Canticum de Evangelio, Litaniæ, et completum
16 Feb. 17 Junii
Plane agenda Matutina, vel Vespertina 17 Oct. non transeant aliquando, nisi ultimo per ordinem Oratio Dominica, omnibus audientibus, dicatur a Priore, propter scandalorum spinas, quæ oriri solent, ut conventi per ipsius Orationis sponsionem, qua dicunt: "Dimitte nobis debita nostra, sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris," purgent se ab hujusmodi vitio. Cæteris vero agendis, ultima pars ejus Orationis dicatur, ut ab omnibus respondeatur: “Sed libera nos a malo."
hundred and forty-second and the Canticle of Deuteronomy, which must be divided into two "Glorias." But on other days, let the Canticle out of the Prophets be said, each on its own day, according to the practice of the Roman Church. After these, let the Praises (that is, the Laudate) follow; then a lesson from the Apostles, to be said by heart, a responsory, hymn, and versicle, a Canticle out of the Gospels, and so conclude.
Let not the celebration of Lauds, or Evensong, ever terminate, unless at the end the Lord's prayer be said by the Prior, in the hearing of all, because of the thorns of scandal which are wont to arise; that the Brethren, being reminded by the covenant of this prayer, in which they say: "Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive them that trespass against us," may purge themselves from these faults. But in celebrating the other hours, let the last part only be said aloud, that all may answer: "But deliver us from evil."