1962 ROMAN BREVIARY PDF

Description Traditional Roman Breviary — Breviarium Romanum The recitation of the Divine Office should be at the heart of every Catholic, cleric particularly those in major orders and laity alike. Join the Church in one of her richest liturgical treasures, and with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass her official form of prayer that daily entreats the Holy Trinity, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and honors the Angelic Choirs and the Saints of God. This Latin Vulgate edition has the psalms arranged in a single column. This high-quality breviary features throughout red and black text printed on natural-colored bible paper, bound in smooth grained flexible imitation black leather.

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Joseph Angrisani, and arranged according to the daily lessons of the Roman Breviary. Bernard Hausmann, S. Peter ad Vincula has re-arranged and illustrated this series of instructions, providing the reader with an easy but comprehensive reference to the rubrics of the Divine Office. It is a penitential season, and violet vestments are worn at Mass and the Divine Office. Advent begins on Advent Sunday and ends on Christmas Eve, a period of about four weeks that reflect the four thousand years between the fall of Adam and the birth of the Messiah.

During this period, the Office of Vespers is sung with greater solemnity with the Great O Antiphons spelling out the imminent approach of the Messiah. However, Christmastide actually extends well beyond Epiphany and is concluded by the joyful feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin on February 2. The period after the Octave of Epiphany reverts to green vestments for the Office of the Season, as we transition from the joyful Christmas cycle into the Easter Cycle, with its sombre beginnings in Shrovetide, Lent and Passiontide.

The joyful sound of the Alleluia is removed from the liturgy, and the vestments for the Office of the Season are the penitential color of violet. It is a relatively short season, lasting only two weeks and two days, with the names of the Sundays reflecting the approach of Easter--Septuagesima 70 , Sexagesima 60 , and Quinquagesima The season ends on Shrove Tuesday, on which the faithful are encouraged to confess their sins in preparation for the following day of Ash Wednesday.

LENT Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, with the imposition of ashes on the foreheads of the faithful, a reminder that we are dust and unto dust we shall return. The first four weeks of Lent are devoted to the themes of penance, prayer, and alms-giving. The Latin name for Lent is Quadragesima 40 which reflects the time spent by our Lord who himself fasted forty days and forty nights in the wilderness. The second Sunday of Passiontide is called Palm Sunday and introduces us into the most solemn of all liturgical weeks, Holy Week.

The liturgy loses some of its joyful prayers during this time, and on the last three days of Passiontide, the Sacred Triduum of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday, the stark nature of the Divine Office is completely different from the rest of the year.

The Alleluia and other joyful prayers return to the Mass and Divine Office, and indeed are sung with greater abundance than the rest of the year. This season, which is also known as Paschaltide, extends for the same duration as the forty days of Lent, and ends with the Vigil of the Ascension. It is a bitter-sweet time, during which we join our prayers with those of the Apostles, invoking God to send us his Holy Spirit.

Ascensiontide is only nine days long, and ends on the Vigil of Pentecost. Like Easter, Whitsunday has a similar but shorter vigil at which prophecies are read and the baptismal font is blessed again. The octave has a proper Mass each day. The color of the vestments at the Mass and Office is red, commemorating the tongues of fire that descended on the heads of the Apostles. The Divine Office maintains the theme of the Holy Trinity during this season, with many of the texts in praise of the Triune God.

In the ancient church, the Sundays were numbered "after Trinity", a practice continued today by the Dominicans. According to Roman custom, we number our Sundays "after Pentecost". The mood of Trinitytide darkens as we move into November, the month of the Holy Souls, and focus on the four last things, Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. The Guild of St. Peter ad Vincula, a community of traditional Catholic priests and laity who are committed to preserving the traditional Catholic Faith, Morals,Values and Sacraments, and restoring them to the Church, chiefly by means of her official liturgical prayer the Mass and the Divine Office.

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Early history[ edit ] The canonical hours of the Breviary owe their remote origin to the Old Covenant when God commanded the Aaronic priests to offer morning and evening sacrifices. Regarding Daniel "Three times daily he was kneeling and offering prayers and thanks to his God" Dan. In the early days of Christian worship the Sacred Scriptures furnished all that was thought necessary, containing as it did the books from which the lessons were read and the psalms that were recited. The first step in the evolution of the Breviary was the separation of the Psalter into a choir-book. At first the president of the local church bishop or the leader of the choir chose a particular psalm as he thought appropriate. From about the 4th century certain psalms began to be grouped together, a process that was furthered by the monastic practice of daily reciting the psalms.

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Roman Breviary

Joseph Angrisani, and arranged according to the daily lessons of the Roman Breviary. Bernard Hausmann, S. Peter ad Vincula has re-arranged and illustrated this series of instructions, providing the reader with an easy but comprehensive reference to the rubrics of the Divine Office. It is a penitential season, and violet vestments are worn at Mass and the Divine Office. Advent begins on Advent Sunday and ends on Christmas Eve, a period of about four weeks that reflect the four thousand years between the fall of Adam and the birth of the Messiah.

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