Anyone have any knowledge about this? This might be the pertinent section on that: saintsshallarise. So, the commemoration of the Feast of St George for example, only affects Lauds. At every other hour, you would say the normal collect from Sunday only.
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Anyone have any knowledge about this? This might be the pertinent section on that: saintsshallarise. So, the commemoration of the Feast of St George for example, only affects Lauds.
At every other hour, you would say the normal collect from Sunday only. A commemoration consists of an antiphon from the Benedictus at Lauds, Magnificat at Vespers , the short verse and response, or versicle that would have been said after it at Lauds or Vespers, and a prayer collect.
All you have to remember about commemorations really is that they are said immediately after the collect of the day! The Farnsworth edition is a beautiful book. Again, thanks! And, it says how I thought memorials should be prayed. The blog is a great resource for praying the MD. The Farnsworth one is Catholic. I am not sure if it is different from your book, though.
Some are Anglican. Check for an imprimatur. My Diurnal came from St. Michaels Abbey in England. It is the same as the Farnsworth Farnsborough is the correct name of the city—my mistake.
There is a Diurnal Matins book available, but it is expensive. I would love to have a copy. Thanks for this info. Challenged, but excited. Who prints a Catholic Matins book. For the commons and propers of feasts you will need another source if you want noted antiphons. Note that it is post-Vatican II, so the psalms will be in the neo-vulgate. However it is the same psalm arrangement as originally specified by St.
Benedict in his Rule. It dates back to but is back in print. It also has all the great responsories. Monastic Diurnal Traditional Catholicism.
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Thanks for sharing your opinion. I'm afraid I'm unfamiliar with the Mundelein Psalter so I can't comment - personally Ive never seen any reason to use anything other than the traditional chants as set out in the Antiphonael Monasticum. I'm not personally keen on Monastic Breviary Matins - KJV for Scripture makes it unsuitable for catholics in my view, and the translations in many places are fast and loose. I'm confused by a comment about the Divinum Officium. You said, "The pre-Tridentine monastic option does not actually follow any known Benedictine calendar Where are they?
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I am a Le Barroux oblate, and I use their ordo. Le Barroux had retained some of the feasts eliminated in the calendar reform of Ven. Pius XII. Where will I find the texts for these feasts to add to my MD? Actually their Ordo more closely follows the current EF calendar than the pre one I think. The differences are not huge - this week for example the two calendars are identical.
Diurnal monastique (Ordre de S. Benoit)