The Liturgical Year

The Liturgical Year

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...lumen, alleluia. shall see light, alleluia. Then the bishop: OREMUS. LET US PRAY. Praesta quaesumus, omni-Grant, we beseech thee, O potens Deus, ut qui Resur-almighty God, that we, who rectionis Dominicae solem-celebrate the solemnity of our nia colimus, ereptionis no-Lord's resurrection, may de strse suscipere lsetitiam me-serve to receive the joy of our reamur. Per eumdem Chri-deliverance. Through the stum Dominum nostrum. same Christ our Lord. Amen. Amen. After this Prayer, the following Antiphon was sung, in which is celebrated the salvation given to man by water. Ant. Vidi aquam egre-Ant. I saw water flowing dientem de templo a latere from the right side of the dextro, alleluia: et omnes, temple, alleluia: and all to ad quos pervenit aqua ista, whom that water came were alvi facti sunt, et dicent: saved, and they shall say: Alleluia, alleluia. Alleluia, alleluia. The Antiphon was followed by the fifth Psalm of Sunday's Vespers, which celebrates Israel's deliverance from Egypt by passing through the waters of the Red Sea, and his journey towards the Promised Land. The procession then left the baptistery to return to the cathedral. Ant. Respondens autem Angel us dixit mulieribus: Nolite timere: scio enim quod Jesum quseritis, alleluia. Ant. And the Angel answering, said to the women: Pear not: for I know that ye seek Jesus, alleluia. Psalm 113 In exitu Israel de Mgjpto: domus Jacob de populo barbaro. Pacta est Judsea santificatio ejus: Israel potestas ejus. Mare vidit, et fugit: Jordanis conversus est retrorsum. Montes exsultaverunt ut arietes: et colles sicut agni ovium. Quid est tibi, mare, quod fugisti: et tu, Jordanis, quia conversus es retrorsum? Montes exsultastis sicut arietes: et colles sicut agni ovium? A facie more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 218g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236903080
  • 9781236903082