Feria Quarta Quattuor Temporum Pentecostes ~ Dies Octavæ I. classis


Matutinum    6-12-2019

Incipit
V. Dómine, lábia +︎ mea apéries.
R. Et os meum annuntiábit laudem tuam.
V. Deus in adiutórium meum inténde.
R. Dómine, ad adiuvándum me festína.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.
Allelúia.
Start
V. O Lord, +︎ open thou my lips.
R. And my mouth shall declare thy praise.
V. O God, come to my assistance;
R. O Lord, make haste to help me.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Alleluia.
Invitatorium {Antiphona ex Commune aut Festo}
Ant. Allelúia, Spíritus Dómini replévit orbem terrárum: * Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Ant. Allelúia, Spíritus Dómini replévit orbem terrárum: * Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Veníte, exsultémus Dómino, iubilémus Deo, salutári nostro: præoccupémus fáciem eius in confessióne, et in psalmis iubilémus ei.
Ant. Allelúia, Spíritus Dómini replévit orbem terrárum: * Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Quóniam Deus magnus Dóminus, et Rex magnus super omnes deos, quóniam non repéllet Dóminus plebem suam: quia in manu eius sunt omnes fines terræ, et altitúdines móntium ipse cónspicit.
Ant. Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Quóniam ipsíus est mare, et ipse fecit illud, et áridam fundavérunt manus eius (genuflectitur) veníte, adorémus, et procidámus ante Deum: plorémus coram Dómino, qui fecit nos, quia ipse est Dóminus, Deus noster; nos autem pópulus eius, et oves páscuæ eius.
Ant. Allelúia, Spíritus Dómini replévit orbem terrárum: * Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Hódie, si vocem eius audiéritis, nolíte obduráre corda vestra, sicut in exacerbatióne secúndum diem tentatiónis in desérto: ubi tentavérunt me patres vestri, probavérunt et vidérunt ópera mea.
Ant. Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Quadragínta annis próximus fui generatióni huic, et dixi; Semper hi errant corde, ipsi vero non cognovérunt vias meas: quibus iurávi in ira mea; Si introíbunt in réquiem meam.
Ant. Allelúia, Spíritus Dómini replévit orbem terrárum: * Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.
Ant. Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Ant. Allelúia, Spíritus Dómini replévit orbem terrárum: * Veníte, adorémus, allelúia.
Invitatory {Antiphon from the Common or Feast}
Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: * O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: * O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
Come let us praise the Lord with joy: let us joyfully sing to God our saviour. Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving; and make a joyful noise to him with psalms.
Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: * O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all gods. For the Lord will not cast off his people: for in his hand are all the ends of the earth, and the heights of the mountains are his.
Ant. O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
For the sea is his, and he made it: and his hands formed the dry land. (genuflect) Come let us adore and fall down: and weep before the Lord that made us: For he is the Lord our God: and we are the people of his pasture and the sheep of his hand.
Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: * O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
Today if you shall hear his voice, harden not your hearts: As in the provocation, according to the day of temptation in the wilderness: where your fathers tempted me, they proved me, and saw my works.
Ant. O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
Forty years long was I offended with that generation, and I said: These always err in heart. And these men have not known my ways: so I swore in my wrath that they shall not enter into my rest.
Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: * O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Ant. O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: * O come, let us worship Him, alleluia.
Hymnus {ex Commune aut Festo}
Iam Christus astra ascénderat,
Revérsus unde vénerat,
Patris fruéndum múnere,
Sanctum datúrus Spíritum.

Solémnis urgébat dies,
Quo mýstico septémplici
Orbis volútus sépties,
Signat beáta témpora.

Cum lucis hora tértia
Repénte mundus íntonat,
Apóstolis orántibus
Deum veníre núntiat.

De Patris ergo lúmine
Decórus ignis almus est,
Qui fida Christi péctora
Calóre Verbi cómpleat.

Impléta gaudent víscera,
Affláta Sancto Spíritu,
Vocésque divérsas sonant,
Fantur Dei magnália.

Notíque cunctis Géntibus,
Græcis, Latínis, Bárbaris,
Simúlque demirántibus,
Linguis loquúntur ómnium.

Iudǽa tunc incrédula,
Vesána torvo spiritu,
Madére musto sóbrios
Christi fidéles íncrepat.

Sed éditis miráculis
Occúrrit, et docet Petrus,
Falsum profári pérfidos,
Ioéle teste cómprobans.

Deo Patri sit gloria,
Et Fílio, qui a mórtuis
Surréxit, ac Paráclito,
In sæculórum sǽcula.
Amen.
Hymn {from the Common or Feast}
Now Christ, ascending whence he came,
Had mounted o'er the starry frame,
The Holy Ghost on man below,
The Father's promise, to bestow.

The solemn time was drawing nigh,
Replete with heav'nly mystery,
On seven days' sevenfold circles borne,
That first and blessèd Whitsun-morn.

When the third hour shone all around,
There came a rushing mighty sound,
And told the Apostles, while in prayer,
That, as was promised, God was there.

Forth from the Father's light it came,
That beautiful and kindly flame:
To fill with fervour of his word
The spirits faithful to their Lord.

With joy the Apostles' breasts are fired,
By God the Holy Ghost inspired:
And straight, in divers kinds of speech,
The wondrous works of God they preach.

To men of every race they speak,
Alike barbarian, Roman, Greek:
From the same lips, with awe and fear,
All men their native accents hear.

But Juda's sons, e'en faithless yet,
With mad infuriate rage beset,
To mock Christ's followers combine,
As drunken all with new-made wine.

When lo! with signs and mighty deeds,
Stands Peter in the midst, and pleads;
Confounding their malignant lie
By Joel's ancient prophecy.

To God the Father let us sing,
To God the Son, our risen King,
And equally let us adore
The Spirit, God forevermore.
Amen.
Psalmi cum lectionibus {Antiphonæ et Psalmi ex Proprio de Tempore}
Nocturn I
Psalms with lections {Antiphons and psalms from the Proper of the season}
Nocturn I
Ant. Factus est * repénte de cælo sonus adveniéntis spíritus veheméntis, allelúia, allelúia.
Psalmus 47 [1]
47:2 Magnus Dóminus, et laudábilis nimis * in civitáte Dei nostri, in monte sancto eius.
47:3 Fundátur exsultatióne univérsæ terræ mons Sion, * látera Aquilónis, cívitas Regis magni.
47:4 Deus in dómibus eius cognoscétur: * cum suscípiet eam.
47:5 Quóniam ecce reges terræ congregáti sunt: * convenérunt in unum.
47:6 Ipsi vidéntes sic admiráti sunt, conturbáti sunt, commóti sunt: * tremor apprehéndit eos.
47:7 Ibi dolóres ut parturiéntis: * in spíritu veheménti cónteres naves Tharsis.
47:9 Sicut audívimus, sic vídimus in civitáte Dómini virtútum, in civitáte Dei nostri: * Deus fundávit eam in ætérnum.
47:10 Suscépimus, Deus, misericórdiam tuam, * in médio templi tui.
47:11 Secúndum nomen tuum, Deus, sic et laus tua in fines terræ: * iustítia plena est déxtera tua.
47:12 Lætétur mons Sion, et exsúltent fíliæ Iudæ: * propter iudícia tua, Dómine.
47:13 Circúmdate Sion, et complectímini eam: * narráte in túrribus eius.
47:14 Pónite corda vestra in virtúte eius: * et distribúite domos eius, ut enarrétis in progénie áltera.
47:15 Quóniam hic est Deus, Deus noster in ætérnum et in sǽculum sǽculi: * ipse reget nos in sǽcula.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Factus est repénte de cælo sonus adveniéntis spíritus veheméntis, allelúia, allelúia.
Ant. Suddenly there came a sound from heaven * as of a rushing mighty wind, alleluia, alleluia.
Psalm 47 [1]
47:2 Great is the Lord, and exceedingly to be praised * in the city of our God, in his holy mountain.
47:3 With the joy of the whole earth is mount Sion founded, * on the sides of the north, the city of the great king.
47:4 In her houses shall God be known, * when he shall protect her.
47:5 For behold the kings of the earth assembled themselves: * they gathered together.
47:6 So they saw, and they wondered, they were troubled, they were moved: * trembling took hold of them.
47:7 There were pains as of a woman in labour; * with a vehement wind thou shalt break in pieces the ships of Tharsis.
47:9 As we have heard, so have we seen, in the city of the Lord of hosts, in the city of our God: * God hath founded it for ever.
47:10 We have received thy mercy, O God, * in the midst of thy temple.
47:11 According to thy name, O God, so also is thy praise unto the ends of the earth: * thy right hand is full of justice.
47:12 Let mount Sion rejoice, and the daughters of Juda be glad; * because of thy judgments, O Lord.
47:13 Surround Sion, and encompass her: * tell ye in her towers.
47:14 Set your hearts on her strength; and distribute her houses, * that ye may relate it in another generation.
47:15 For this is God, our God unto eternity, and for ever and ever: * he shall rule us for evermore.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, alleluia, alleluia.
Ant. Confírma hoc, Deus, * quod operátus es in nobis: a templo sancto tuo, quod est in Ierúsalem, allelúia, allelúia.
Psalmus 67 [2]
67:2 Exsúrgat Deus, et dissipéntur inimíci eius, * et fúgiant qui odérunt eum, a fácie eius.
67:3 Sicut déficit fumus, defíciant: * sicut fluit cera a fácie ignis, sic péreant peccatóres a fácie Dei.
67:4 Et iusti epuléntur, et exsúltent in conspéctu Dei: * et delecténtur in lætítia.
67:5 Cantáte Deo, psalmum dícite nómini eius: * iter fácite ei, qui ascéndit super occásum: (fit reverentia) Dóminus nomen illi.
67:5 Exsultáte in conspéctu eius: * turbabúntur a fácie eius, patris orphanórum et iúdicis viduárum.
67:6 Deus in loco sancto suo: * Deus, qui inhabitáre facit uníus moris in domo:
67:7 Qui edúcit vinctos in fortitúdine, * simíliter eos qui exásperant, qui hábitant in sepúlcris.
67:8 Deus, cum egrederéris in conspéctu pópuli tui, * cum pertransíres in desérto:
67:9 Terra mota est, étenim cæli distillavérunt a fácie Dei Sínai, * a fácie Dei Israël.
67:10 Plúviam voluntáriam segregábis, Deus, hereditáti tuæ: * et infirmáta est, tu vero perfecísti eam.
67:11 Animália tua habitábunt in ea: * parásti in dulcédine tua páuperi, Deus.
67:12 Dóminus dabit verbum evangelizántibus, * virtúte multa.
67:13 Rex virtútum dilécti dilécti: * et speciéi domus divídere spólia.
67:14 Si dormiátis inter médios cleros, pennæ colúmbæ deargentátæ, * et posterióra dorsi eius in pallóre auri.
67:15 Dum discérnit cæléstis reges super eam, nive dealbabúntur in Selmon: * mons Dei, mons pinguis.
67:16 Mons coagulátus, mons pinguis: * ut quid suspicámini montes coagulátos?
67:17 Mons, in quo beneplácitum est Deo habitáre in eo: * étenim Dóminus habitábit in finem.
67:18 Currus Dei decem míllibus múltiplex, míllia lætántium: * Dóminus in eis in Sina in sancto.
67:19 Ascendísti in altum, cepísti captivitátem: * accepísti dona in homínibus.
67:19 Étenim non credéntes, * inhabitáre Dóminum Deum.
67:20 Benedíctus Dóminus die quotídie: * prósperum iter fáciet nobis Deus salutárium nostrórum.
67:21 Deus noster, Deus salvos faciéndi: * et Dómini Dómini éxitus mortis.
67:22 Verúmtamen Deus confrínget cápita inimicórum suórum: * vérticem capílli perambulántium in delíctis suis.
67:23 Dixit Dóminus: Ex Basan convértam, * convértam in profúndum maris:
67:24 Ut intingátur pes tuus in sánguine: * lingua canum tuórum ex inimícis, ab ipso.
67:25 Vidérunt ingréssus tuos, Deus: * ingréssus Dei mei: regis mei qui est in sancto.
67:26 Prævenérunt príncipes coniúncti psalléntibus: * in médio iuvenculárum tympanistriárum.
67:27 In ecclésiis benedícite Deo Dómino, * de fóntibus Israël.
67:28 Ibi Béniamin adolescéntulus: * in mentis excéssu.
67:28 Príncipes Iuda, duces eórum: * príncipes Zábulon, príncipes Néphtali.
67:29 Manda, Deus, virtúti tuæ: * confírma hoc, Deus, quod operátus es in nobis.
67:30 A templo tuo in Ierúsalem, * tibi ófferent reges múnera.
67:31 Íncrepa feras arúndinis, congregátio taurórum in vaccis populórum: * ut exclúdant eos, qui probáti sunt argénto.
67:32 Díssipa gentes, quæ bella volunt: vénient legáti ex Ægýpto: * Æthiópia prævéniet manus eius Deo.
67:33 Regna terræ, cantáte Deo: * psállite Dómino.
67:34 Psállite Deo, qui ascéndit super cælum cæli, * ad Oriéntem.
67:35 Ecce dabit voci suæ vocem virtútis, date glóriam Deo super Israël, * magnificéntia eius, et virtus eius in núbibus.
67:36 Mirábilis Deus in sanctis suis, Deus Israël ipse dabit virtútem, et fortitúdinem plebi suæ, * benedíctus Deus.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Confírma hoc, Deus, quod operátus es in nobis: a templo sancto tuo, quod est in Ierúsalem, allelúia, allelúia.
Ant. Strengthen, O God, that which Thou hast wrought for us, * because of thy holy Temple at Jerusalem, alleluia, alleluia.
Psalm 67 [2]
67:2 Let God arise, and let his enemies be scattered: * and let them that hate him flee from before his face.
67:3 As smoke vanisheth, so let them vanish away: * as wax melteth before the fire, so let the wicked perish at the presence of God.
67:4 And let the just feast, and rejoice before God: * and be delighted with gladness.
67:5 Sing ye to God, sing a psalm to his name, * make a way for him who ascendeth upon the west: (bow head) The Lord is his name.
67:5 Rejoice ye before him: * but the wicked shall be troubled at his presence, who is the father of orphans, and the judge of widows.
67:6 God in his holy place: * God who maketh men of one manner to dwell in a house:
67:7 Who bringeth out them that were bound in strength; * in like manner them that provoke, that dwell in sepulchres.
67:8 O God, when thou didst go forth in the sight of thy people, * when thou didst pass through the desert:
67:9 The earth was moved, and the heavens dropped at the presence of the God of Sinai, * at the presence of the God of Israel.
67:10 Thou shalt set aside for thy inheritance a free rain, * O God: and it was weakened, but thou hast made it perfect.
67:11 In it shall thy animals dwell; * in thy sweetness, O God, thou hast provided for the poor.
67:12 The Lord shall give the word to them that preach good tidings, * with great power.
67:13 The king of powers is of the beloved, * of the beloved; and the beauty of the house shall divide spoils.
67:14 If you sleep among the midst of lots, you shall be as the wings of a dove covered with silver, * and the hinder parts of her back with the paleness of gold.
67:15 When he that is in heaven appointeth kings over her, * they shall be whited with snow in Selmon.
67:16 The mountain of God is a fat mountain, a curdled mountain, a fat mountain; * Why suspect, ye curdled mountains?
67:17 A mountain in which God is well pleased to dwell: * for there the Lord shall dwell unto the end.
67:18 The chariot of God is attended by ten thousands; thousands of them that rejoice: * the Lord is among them in Sinai, in the holy place.
67:19 Thou hast ascended on high, thou hast led captivity captive; * thou hast received gifts in men.
67:19 Yea for those also that do not believe, * the dwelling of the Lord God.
67:20 Blessed be the Lord day by day: * the God of our salvation will make our journey prosperous to us.
67:21 Our God is the God of salvation: * and of the Lord, of the Lord are the issues from death.
67:22 But God shall break the heads of his enemies: * the hairy crown of them that walk on in their sins.
67:23 The Lord said: I will turn them from Basan, * I will turn them into the depth of the sea:
67:24 That thy foot may be dipped in the blood of thy enemies; * the tongue of thy dogs be red with the same.
67:25 They have seen thy goings, O God, * the goings of my God: of my king who is in his sanctuary.
67:26 Princes went before joined with singers, * in the midst of young damsels playing on timbrels.
67:27 In the churches bless ye God the Lord, * from the fountains of Israel.
67:28 There is Benjamin a youth, * in ecstasy of mind.
67:28 The princes of Juda are their leaders: * the princes of Zabulon, the princes of Nephthali.
67:29 Command thy strength, O God: * confirm, O God, what thou hast wrought in us.
67:30 From thy temple in Jerusalem, * kings shall offer presents to thee.
67:31 Rebuke the wild beasts of the reeds, the congregation of bulls with the kine of the people; * who seek to exclude them who are tried with silver.
67:32 Scatter thou the nations that delight in wars: ambassadors shall come out of Egypt: * Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands to God.
67:33 Sing to God, ye kingdoms of the earth: * sing ye to the Lord:
67:34 Sing ye to God, who mounteth above the heaven of heavens, * to the east.
67:35 Behold he will give to his voice the voice of power: * give ye glory to God for Israel, * his magnificence, and his power is in the clouds.
67:36 God is wonderful in his saints: the God of Israel is he who will give power and strength to his people; * blessed be God.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Strengthen, O God, that which Thou hast wrought for us, because of thy holy Temple at Jerusalem, alleluia, alleluia.
Ant. Emítte Spíritum tuum, * et creabúntur: et renovábis fáciem terræ, allelúia, allelúia.
Psalmus 103 [3]
103:1 Bénedic, ánima mea, Dómino: * Dómine, Deus meus, magnificátus es veheménter.
103:1 Confessiónem, et decórem induísti: * amíctus lúmine sicut vestiménto:
103:2 Exténdens cælum sicut pellem: * qui tegis aquis superióra eius.
103:3 Qui ponis nubem ascénsum tuum: * qui ámbulas super pennas ventórum.
103:4 Qui facis ángelos tuos, spíritus: * et minístros tuos ignem uréntem.
103:5 Qui fundásti terram super stabilitátem suam: * non inclinábitur in sǽculum sǽculi.
103:6 Abýssus, sicut vestiméntum, amíctus eius: * super montes stabunt aquæ.
103:7 Ab increpatióne tua fúgient: * a voce tonítrui tui formidábunt.
103:8 Ascéndunt montes: et descéndunt campi * in locum, quem fundásti eis.
103:9 Términum posuísti, quem non transgrediéntur: * neque converténtur operíre terram.
103:10 Qui emíttis fontes in convállibus: * inter médium móntium pertransíbunt aquæ.
103:11 Potábunt omnes béstiæ agri: * exspectábunt ónagri in siti sua.
103:12 Super ea vólucres cæli habitábunt: * de médio petrárum dabunt voces.
103:13 Rigans montes de superióribus suis: * de fructu óperum tuórum satiábitur terra:
103:14 Prodúcens fænum iuméntis, * et herbam servitúti hóminum:
103:14 Ut edúcas panem de terra: * et vinum lætíficet cor hóminis:
103:15 Ut exhílaret fáciem in óleo: * et panis cor hóminis confírmet.
103:16 Saturabúntur ligna campi, et cedri Líbani, quas plantávit: * illic pásseres nidificábunt.
103:17 Heródii domus dux est eórum: * montes excélsi cervis: petra refúgium herináciis.
103:19 Fecit lunam in témpora: * sol cognóvit occásum suum.
103:20 Posuísti ténebras, et facta est nox: * in ipsa pertransíbunt omnes béstiæ silvæ.
103:21 Cátuli leónum rugiéntes, ut rápiant, * et quǽrant a Deo escam sibi.
103:22 Ortus est sol, et congregáti sunt: * et in cubílibus suis collocabúntur.
103:23 Exíbit homo ad opus suum: * et ad operatiónem suam usque ad vésperum.
103:24 Quam magnificáta sunt ópera tua, Dómine! * ómnia in sapiéntia fecísti: impléta est terra possessióne tua.
103:25 Hoc mare magnum, et spatiósum mánibus: * illic reptília, quorum non est númerus.
103:26 Animália pusílla cum magnis: * illic naves pertransíbunt.
103:27 Draco iste, quem formásti ad illudéndum ei: * ómnia a te exspéctant ut des illis escam in témpore.
103:28 Dante te illis, cólligent: * aperiénte te manum tuam, ómnia implebúntur bonitáte.
103:29 Averténte autem te fáciem, turbabúntur: * áuferes spíritum eórum, et defícient, et in púlverem suum reverténtur.
103:30 Emíttes spíritum tuum, et creabúntur: * et renovábis fáciem terræ.
103:31 Sit glória Dómini in sǽculum: * lætábitur Dóminus in opéribus suis:
103:32 Qui réspicit terram, et facit eam trémere: * qui tangit montes, et fúmigant.
103:33 Cantábo Dómino in vita mea: * psallam Deo meo, quámdiu sum.
103:34 Iucúndum sit ei elóquium meum: * ego vero delectábor in Dómino.
103:35 Defíciant peccatóres a terra, et iníqui ita ut non sint: * bénedic, ánima mea, Dómino.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Emítte Spíritum tuum, et creabúntur: et renovábis fáciem terræ, allelúia, allelúia.
Ant. Send forth thy Spirit, and they shall be created * and Thou shalt renew the face of the earth, alleluia, alleluia.
Psalm 103 [3]
103:1 Bless the Lord, O my soul: * O Lord my God, thou art exceedingly great.
103:1 Thou hast put on praise and beauty: * and art clothed with light as with a garment.
103:2 Who stretchest out the heaven like a pavilion: * who coverest the higher rooms thereof with water.
103:3 Who makest the clouds thy chariot: * who walkest upon the wings of the winds.
103:4 Who makest thy angels spirits: * and thy ministers a burning fire.
103:5 Who hast founded the earth upon its own bases: * it shall not be moved for ever and ever.
103:6 The deep like a garment is its clothing: * above the mountains shall the waters stand.
103:7 At thy rebuke they shall flee: * at the voice of thy thunder they shall fear.
103:8 The mountains ascend, and the plains descend * into the place which thou hast founded for them.
103:9 Thou hast set a bound which they shall not pass over; * neither shall they return to cover the earth.
103:10 Thou sendest forth springs in the vales: * between the midst of the hills the waters shall pass.
103:11 All the beasts of the field shall drink: * the wild asses shall expect in their thirst.
103:12 Over them the birds of the air shall dwell: * from the midst of the rocks they shall give forth their voices.
103:13 Thou waterest the hills from thy upper rooms: * the earth shall be filled with the fruit of thy works:
103:14 Bringing forth grass for cattle, * and herb for the service of men.
103:14 That thou mayst bring bread out of the earth: * and that wine may cheer the heart of man.
103:15 That he may make the face cheerful with oil: * and that bread may strengthen man’s heart.
103:16 The trees of the field shall be filled, and the cedars of Libanus which he hath planted: * there the sparrows shall make their nests.
103:17 The highest of them is the house of the heron. * The high hills are a refuge for the harts, the rock for the irchins.
103:19 He hath made the moon for seasons: * the sun knoweth his going down.
103:20 Thou hast appointed darkness, and it is night: * in it shall all the beasts of the woods go about:
103:21 The young lions roaring after their prey, * and seeking their meat from God.
103:22 The sun ariseth, and they are gathered together: * and they shall lie down in their dens.
103:23 Man shall go forth to his work, * and to his labour until the evening.
103:24 How great are thy works, O Lord? * thou hast made all things in wisdom: the earth is filled with thy riches.
103:25 So is this great sea, which stretcheth wide its arms: * there are creeping things without number:
103:26 Creatures little and great. * There the ships shall go.
103:27 This sea dragon which thou hast formed to play therein. * All expect of thee that thou give them food in season.
103:28 What thou givest to them they shall gather up: * when thou openest thy hand, they shall all be filled with good.
103:29 But if thou turnest away thy face, they shall be troubled: * thou shalt take away their breath, and they shall fail, and shall return to their dust.
103:30 Thou shalt send forth thy spirit, and they shall be created: * and thou shalt renew the face of the earth.
103:31 May the glory of the Lord endure for ever: * the Lord shall rejoice in his works.
103:32 He looketh upon the earth, and maketh it tremble: * he toucheth the mountains, and they smoke.
103:33 I will sing to the Lord as long as I live: * I will sing praise to my God while I have my being.
103:34 Let my speech be acceptable to him: * but I will take delight in the Lord.
103:35 Let sinners be consumed out of the earth, and the unjust, so that they be no more: * O my soul, bless thou the Lord.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Send forth thy Spirit, and they shall be created and Thou shalt renew the face of the earth, alleluia, alleluia.
V. Repléti sunt omnes Spíritu Sancto, allelúia.
R. Et cœpérunt loqui, allelúia.
V. They were all filled with the Holy Ghost. Alleluia.
R. And began to speak. Alleluia.
Pater noster, qui es in cælis, sanctificétur nomen tuum: advéniat regnum tuum: fiat volúntas tua, sicut in cælo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie: et dimítte nobis débita nostra, sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris:
V. Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem:
R. Sed líbera nos a malo.
Absolutio. A vínculis peccatórum nostrórum absólvat nos omnípotens et miséricors Dóminus. Amen.
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
V. And lead us not into temptation:
R. But deliver us from evil.
Absolution. May the Almighty and merciful Lord loose us from the bonds of our sins. Amen.

V. Iube, Dómine, benedícere.
Benedictio. Evangélica léctio sit nobis salus et protéctio. Amen.

Lectio 1
Léctio sancti Evangélii secúndum Ioánnem
Ioannes 6:44-52
In illo témpore: Dixit Iesus turbis Iudæórum: Nemo potest veníre ad me, nisi Pater, qui misit me, tráxerit eum. Et réliqua.

Homilía sancti Augustíni Epíscopi
Tract. 26 in Ioann., post init.
Noli cogitáre te invítum trahi: tráhitur ánimus et amóre. Nec timére debémus, ne ab homínibus, qui verba perpéndunt, et a rebus máxime divínis intellegéndis longe remóti sunt, in hoc Scripturárum sanctárum evangélico verbo fórsitan reprehendámur, et dicátur nobis: Quómodo voluntáte credo, si trahor? Ego dico: Parum est voluntáte: étiam voluptáte tráheris. Quid est, trahi voluptáte? Delectáre in Dómino: et dabit tibi petitiónes cordis tui. Est quædam volúptas cordis, cui panis dulcis est ille cæléstis. Porro si poétæ dícere licuit: Trahit sua quemque volúptas: non necéssitas, sed volúptas; non obligátio, sed delectátio: quanto fórtius nos dícere debémus, trahi hóminem ad Christum, qui delectátur veritáte, delectátur beatitúdine, delectátur iustítia, delectátur sempitérna vita, quod totum Christus est? An vero habent córporis sensus voluptátes suas, et ánimus deséritur a voluptátibus suis? Si ánimus non habet voluptátes suas, unde dícitur: Fílii autem hóminum sub tégmine alárum tuárum sperábunt: inebriabúntur ab ubertáte domus tuæ, et torrénte voluptátis tuæ potábis eos. Quóniam apud te est fons vitæ: et in lúmine tuo vidébimus lumen.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Disciplínam et sapiéntiam dócuit eos Dóminus, allelúia: firmávit in illis grátiam Spíritus sui,
* Et intelléctu implévit corda eórum, allelúia.
V. Repentíno namque sónitu Spíritus Sanctus super eos venit.
R. Et intelléctu implévit corda eórum, allelúia.

V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May the Gospel's holy lection be our safety and protection. Amen.

Reading 1
Continuation of the Holy Gospel according to John
John 6:44-52
At that time, Jesus said unto the multitudes of the Jews: No man can come to Me, except the Father, Which hath sent me, draw him. And so on.

Homily by St. Augustine, Bishop of Hippo.
26th Tract on John.
Think not that thou art drawn against thy will; the soul is drawn, not willingly only, but lovingly. Neither must we be afraid lest men who are great weighers of words, and very far from understanding the things of God, should catch us up upon this Gospel doctrine of the Holy Scriptures, and should say to us: How can my faith be willing if am drawn? I answer: Thou art not drawn as touching thy will, but by pleasure. And, now, what is being drawn by pleasure? Delight thyself in the Lord, and He shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Ps. xxxvi. 4. There is pleasure in that heart to which the Bread That came down from heaven is sweet. The poet is allowed to say His special pleasure draweth each, but pleasure, which so draweth, is not a necessity, not a bond, but a delight how much more strongly, may we say that men are drawn to Christ, who delight in truth, who delight in blessedness, who delight in righteousness, who delight in life everlasting, since truth and blessedness, and righteousness and everlasting life are all to be found in Christ? Or have the bodily senses pleasure, and the spiritual senses none? If the spiritual sense have no pleasures, wherefore is it written: And the children of men shall put their trust under the shadow of thy wings. They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of thy house, and Thou shalt make them drink of the river of thy pleasures. For with thee is the fountain of life, and in thy light shall we see light. Ps. xxxv. 8.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. The Lord taught them good judgment and knowledge, Alleluia. He established in them the grace of His Spirit,
* And filled their hearts with understanding. Alleluia.
V. For with a sudden sound the Holy Ghost came upon them.
R. And filled their hearts with understanding. Alleluia.
V. Iube, Dómine, benedícere.
Benedictio. Divínum auxílium máneat semper nobíscum. Amen.

Lectio 2
Da amántem, et sentit quod dico: da desiderántem, da esuriéntem, da in ista solitúdine peregrinántem, atque sitiéntem, et fontem ætérnæ pátriæ suspirántem: da talem, et scit quid dicam. Si autem frígido loquor, nescit, quid loquor. Tales erant isti, qui ínvicem murmurábant. Pater, inquit, quem tráxerit, venit ad me. Quid est autem, Pater quem tráxerit, cum ipse Christus trahat? Quare vóluit dícere, Pater quem tráxerit? Si trahéndi sumus, ab illo trahámur, cui dicit quædam, quæ díligit: Post odórem unguentórum tuórum currémus. Sed quid intéllegi vóluit, advertámus fratres, et, quantum possúmus, capiámus. Trahit Pater ad Fílium eos, qui proptérea credunt in Fílium, quia eum cógitant Patrem habére Deum. Deus enim Pater æquálem sibi génuit Fílium; et qui cógitat, atque in fide sua sentit et rúminat, æquálem esse Patri eum, in quem credit, ipsum trahit Pater ad Fílium.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Ite in univérsum orbem, et prædicáte Evangélium, allelúia:
* Qui credíderit et baptizátus fúerit, salvus erit, allelúia, allelúia, allelúia.
V. In nómine meo dæmónia eícient, linguis loquéntur novis, serpéntes tollent.
R. Qui credíderit et baptizátus fúerit, salvus erit, allelúia, allelúia, allelúia.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Qui credíderit et baptizátus fúerit, salvus erit, allelúia, allelúia, allelúia.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. God's most mighty strength alway be His people's staff and stay. Amen.

Reading 2
Give me a lover, and he will catch my meaning; give me one who longs, give me an hungerer, give me a wanderer in this desert, a thirst and gasping for the fountains of the eternal Fatherland; give me such an one, and he will catch my meaning. If I talk to some cold creature, he will not. Such cold creatures were they of whom it is written: The Jews then murmured at Him because He said, I am the Bread Which came down from heaven. And they said: Is not this Jesus the son of Joseph, whose father and Mother we know? How is it then that He saith: I came down from heaven? Jesus therefore answered and said unto them: Murmur not among yourselves. No man can come to Me, except the Father, Which hath sent Me, draw him. 41-44. But wherefore speaketh Christ of them whom the Father draweth, since He Himself draweth. Why was it His will to say: No man can come to Me except the Father draw him? If we are to be drawn, let us be drawn by Him to Whom one that loved much said: Draw me, we will run after the savour of thy good ointments. Cant. i. 4. But let us consider, my brethren, what He meant, and understand it as well as we can. The Father draweth to the Son them who believe in the Son, because they are persuaded that He hath God to His Father. God the Father begetteth to Himself a coequal Son; and whosoever is persuaded, and realiseth unto himself by faith, and thinketh, that He in Whom he believeth is equal to the Father, him the Father is drawing unto the Son.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. Go ye unto all the world and preach the Gospel. Alleluia.
* He that believeth, and is baptized, shall be saved. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia.
V. In My Name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents.
R. He that believeth, and is baptized, shall be saved. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. He that believeth, and is baptized, shall be saved. Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia.
V. Iube, Dómine, benedícere.
Benedictio. Ad societátem cívium supernórum perdúcat nos Rex Angelórum. Amen.

Lectio 3
Aríus crédidit creatúram, non eum traxit Pater; quia non consíderat Patrem, qui Fílium non credit æquálem. Quid dicis, o Ari? quid dicis, hærétice? quid loquéris? Quid est Christus? Non, inquit, Deus verus, sed quem fecit Deus verus. Non te traxit Pater; non enim intellexísti Patrem, cuius Fílium negas. Aliud cógitas, non est ipse Fílius: nec a Patre tráheris, nec ad Fílium tráheris. Aliud est enim Fílius, áliud quod tu dicis. Photínus dicit: Homo solum est Christus, non est et Deus. Qui sic credit, non Pater eum traxit. Quem traxit Pater? Illum qui dicit: Tu es Christus Fílius Dei vivi. Ramum víridem osténdis ovi, et trahis illam. Nuces púero demonstrántur, et tráhitur: et quod currit, tráhitur, amándo tráhitur, sine læsióne córporis tráhitur, cordis vínculo tráhitur. Si ergo ista, quæ inter delícias et voluptátes terrénas revelántur amántibus, trahunt, quóniam verum est, Trahit sua quemque volúptas; non trahit revelátus Christus a Patre? Quid enim fórtius desíderat anima, quam veritátem?
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.


Te Deum
Te Deum laudámus: * te Dóminum confitémur.
Te ætérnum Patrem * omnis terra venerátur.
Tibi omnes Ángeli, * tibi Cæli, et univérsæ Potestátes:
Tibi Chérubim et Séraphim * incessábili voce proclámant:

(Fit reverentia) Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus * Dóminus Deus Sábaoth.

Pleni sunt cæli et terra * maiestátis glóriæ tuæ.
Te gloriósus * Apostolórum chorus,
Te Prophetárum * laudábilis númerus,
Te Mártyrum candidátus * laudat exércitus.
Te per orbem terrárum * sancta confitétur Ecclésia,
Patrem * imménsæ maiestátis;
Venerándum tuum verum * et únicum Fílium;
Sanctum quoque * Paráclitum Spíritum.
Tu Rex glóriæ, * Christe.
Tu Patris * sempitérnus es Fílius.

Fit reverentia
Tu, ad liberándum susceptúrus hóminem: * non horruísti Vírginis uterum.

Tu, devícto mortis acúleo, * aperuísti credéntibus regna cælórum.
Tu ad déxteram Dei sedes, * in glória Patris.
Iudex créderis * esse ventúrus.

Sequens versus dicitur flexis genibus
Te ergo quǽsumus, tuis fámulis súbveni, * quos pretióso sánguine redemísti.

Ætérna fac cum Sanctis tuis * in glória numerári.
Salvum fac pópulum tuum, Dómine, * et bénedic hereditáti tuæ.
Et rege eos, * et extólle illos usque in ætérnum.
Per síngulos dies * benedícimus te.

Fit reverentia, secundum consuetudinem
Et laudámus nomen tuum in sǽculum, * et in sǽculum sǽculi.

Dignáre, Dómine, die isto * sine peccáto nos custodíre.
Miserére nostri, Dómine, * miserére nostri.
Fiat misericórdia tua, Dómine, super nos, * quemádmodum sperávimus in te.
In te, Dómine, sperávi: * non confúndar in ætérnum.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May He that is the Angels' King to that high realm His people bring. Amen.

Reading 3
Arius, who believed that the Son was made, was not one of them whom the Father draweth since whosoever believeth not that the Father is a Father by the begetting of a coequal Son, such an one knoweth not the Father. What sayest thou, O Arius? What sayest thou, O thou heretic? What is thy profession? What is Christ? He is not, saith Arius, Himself Very God. Then, O Arius, the Father hath not drawn thee; thou hast not understood His dignity as a Father, to Whom thou deniest His Son. Thou dost deny the existence of the Son of God, the Father draweth thee not, and thou art not drawn to the Son, since the Son of whom thou speakest is another son, [existing only in thine imagination,] and not the really existent Son. Photinus said: Christ is a mere man, and not God at all. He who uttered those words was not one of them whom the Father draweth. But whom hath the Father drawn? The Father drew him who said: Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. Matth. xvi. 16, 17. Show a sheep a green bough, and thou drawest him. Let a boy see some nuts, and he is drawn by them. As they run, they are drawn, drawn by taste, drawn without bodily hurt, drawn by a line bound to their heart. If, then, among earthly things, such as be sweet and pleasant draw such as love them, as soon as they see them, so that it is truth to say, His special pleasure draweth each, doth not that Christ, Whom the Father hath revealed, draw? What stronger object of love can a soul have than the Truth?
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.


Te Deum
We praise thee, O God, * we acknowledge thee to be the Lord.
All the earth doth worship thee, * the Father everlasting.
To thee all Angels cry aloud, * the Heavens, and all the Powers therein.
To thee Cherubim and Seraphim * continually do cry.

(bow head) Holy, Holy, Holy * Lord God of Sabaoth;

Heaven and earth are full * of the Majesty of thy glory.
The glorious company of the Apostles * praise thee.
The goodly fellowship of the Prophets * praise thee.
The noble army of Martyrs * praise thee.
The holy Church throughout all the world * doth acknowledge thee;
The Father, * of an infinite Majesty.
Thine honourable, true, * and only Son;
Also the Holy Ghost, * the Comforter.
Thou art the King of Glory, * O Christ.
Thou art the everlasting * Son of the Father.

During the following verse all make a profound bow:
When thou tookest upon thee to deliver man, * thou didst not abhor the Virgin's womb.

When thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death, * thou didst open the Kingdom of Heaven to all believers.
Thou sittest at the right hand of God, * in the glory of the Father.
We believe that thou shalt come * to be our Judge.

Kneel for the following verse
We therefore pray thee, help thy servants, * whom thou hast redeemed with thy precious Blood.

Make them to be numbered with thy Saints, * in glory everlasting.
O Lord, save thy people, * and bless thine heritage.
Govern them, * and lift them up for ever.
Day by day * we magnify thee;

During the following verse, by local custom, all make a profound bow.
And we worship thy Name * ever, world without end.

Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us * this day without sin.
O Lord, have mercy upon us, * have mercy upon us.
O Lord, let thy mercy lighten upon us, * as our trust is in thee.
O Lord, in thee have I trusted, * let me never be confounded.
Reliqua omittuntur, nisi Laudes separandae sint.
Skip the rest, unless praying Lauds separately.
Oratio {ex Proprio de Tempore}
V. Dómine, exáudi oratiónem meam.
R. Et clamor meus ad te véniat.
Orémus
Mentes nostras, quǽsumus, Dómine, Paráclitus, qui a te procédit, illúminet: et indúcat in omnem, sicut tuus promísit Fílius, veritátem:
Qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitáte eiúsdem Spíritus Sancti Deus per ómnia sǽcula sæculórum.
R. Amen.

Prayer {from the Proper of the season}
V. O Lord, hear my prayer.
R. And let my cry come unto thee.
Let us pray.
O Lord, we beseech thee, that the Comforter, Which proceeded from thee, may enlighten our minds, and lead us into all truth, even as thy Son hath promised unto us.
Who with thee liveth and reigneth, in the unity of the same Holy Spirit, one God, world without end. Amen.
R. Amen

Conclusio
V. Dómine, exáudi oratiónem meam.
R. Et clamor meus ad te véniat.
V. Benedicámus Dómino.
R. Deo grátias.
V. Fidélium ánimæ per misericórdiam Dei requiéscant in pace.
R. Amen.
Conclusion
V. O Lord, hear my prayer.
R. And let my cry come unto thee.
V. Let us bless the Lord.
R. Thanks be to God.
V. May the souls of the faithful, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
R. Amen.

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