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Glory be to the Father, etc. is sung after every Psalm, or portion of a Psalm when divided, unless in any Office it be otherwise directed.
At Prime, Terce, Sext, None, and Compline, on all Vigils and Fast-days, and during the whole Seasons of Advent and Lent, the Lord's Prayer is said only as far as the words But deliver us from evil.
When two Holy days fall together, the Office of the greater Holy day is said entire; and the less is commemorated by saying its Collect after the Collect for the day.
Advent Sunday, Christmas-day, Circumcision, Epiphany, Ash-Wednesday, all the days of Holy Week, Easter-day and the Monday and Tuesday following it, the first Sunday after Easter, the Rogation days, Ascension day, Pentecost, with the Monday and Tuesday following, and Trinity Sunday, take precedence of all other Holy days falling at those times.
Whenever anything is read in the proper course of the Office in Oratory or Common Hall, whether the Reading be from the Holy Scriptures or otherwise, the READER goeth from his seat or stall to the Reading-desk, and boweth to the PRESIDENT, in token that he is ready to commence; and the PRESIDENT sayeth one of the Benedictions, for which see page 1; and when the READER ceaseth to read, he saith,—
But [or And] Thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
Unless the Reading be from the Prophetical Books of the Old Testament, in which case he saith,
Thus saith the Lord, Be ye turned unto me, and ye shall be saved. and all present answer,
Thanks be to God.
Of all the Feasts that are to be observed in the Church of England
throughout the Year.
Monday and Tuesday in Easter-Week.
Monday and Tuesday in Whitsun-Week.
The Ascension of our Lord JESUS CHRIST.
Of the Vigils, Fasts, and Days of Abstinence, to be observed in
Saint John Baptist.
or Fast-Day shall be kept upon the Saturday, and not upon the Sunday next before it.
Days of Fasting, or Abstinence. 1. The Forty Days of Lent.
II. The Ember-Days at the Four Seasons, being the Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday after December 13, the First Sunday in Lent, the Feast of Pentecost, and September 14.
III. The Three Rogation-Days, being the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, before Holy-Thursday, or the Ascension of our LORD.
IV. All the Fridays in the Year, except Christmas-DAY.
Of the Commemorations.
8. Conception of Virgin Mary.
31. Silvester, Bishop of Rome, Confessor, A.D. 304. Jan. 8. Lucian, Presbyter and Martyr, Antioch, A.D. 312.
13. Hilary, Bishop of Poictiers, Confessor, A.D. 367.
22. Vincent, Deacon and Martyr, Spain, A.D. 303. Feb. 3. Blasius, Bishop of Sebaste, Martyr, A.D. 289.
5. Agatha, Virgin and Martyr, Sicily, A.D. 253.
14. Valentine, Martyr, A.D. 271. March 1. David, Archbishop of Menevia, Confessor, A.D. 544.
2. Chad, Bishop of Lichfield, Confessor, A.D. 673.
21. Benedict, Abbot of Monte Casino, Confessor, A.D.543. April 3. Richard, Bishop of Chichester, Confessor, A.D. 1261.
4. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, Doctor, A.D. 397.
1012. 23. George, Bishop of Cappadocia, Martyr, A.D. 290. May 3. Invention of the Cross, A.D. 326.
6. S. John, before the Latin Gate, A.D. 75.
, England, A.D. 606. 27. Venerable Bede, Presbyter, Doctor, A.D. 735. June 1. Nicomede, Presbyter, Martyr, A.D. 90. 5. Boniface, Archbishop of Mentz, Apostle of Ger
many, Martyr, A.D. 755. 17. ALBAN, PROTOMARTYR OF BRITAIN, A.D. 303. 20. Translation of S. Edward, King of West Saxons,
A.D. 1001. July 2. Visitation of Virgin Mary. 4. Translation of S. Martin, Bishop of Tours, Confessor,
July 15. Translation of S. Swithin, Bishop of Winchester,
Confessor, A.D. 863. 20. Margaret, Virgin and Martyr, Antioch, A.D. 278.
S. Mary Magdalene. 26. Anne, Mother of Virgin Mary. Aug. 1. Lammas Day, Thanksgiving for Harvest.
6. Transfiguration of our Lord. 7. Holy Name of Jesus. 10. Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr, Rome, A.D. 258. 28. Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, Confessor and Doctor,
A.D. 430. 29. Beheading of S. John Baptist. Sep. 1. Giles, Abbot of Nismes, Confessor, A.D. 715.
7. Enurchus, Bishop of Orleans, Confessor, A.D. 340. 8. Nativity of Virgin Mary. 14. Holy Cross Day. 17. Lambert, Bishop of Maestricht, Martyr, A.D. 709. 26. Cyprian, Archbishop of Carthage, Martyr, A.D.
258. 30. Jerome, Presbyter, Confessor and Doctor, A.D. 420. Oct. 1. Remigius, Bishop of Rheims, Confessor, A.D. 533.
6. Faith, Virgin and Martyr, Aquitaine, A.D. 290.
25. Crispin, Martyr, A.D. 288. Nov. 6. Leonard, Confessor, A.D. 559.
11. Martin, Bishop of Tours, Confessor, A.D. 397.