Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Feria IV after Dominica IV of Pentecost

IV class

Commemoration of St. Silverius, Pope and Martyr


Mass of preceding Sunday (Green), no Gloria, commemoration added, no Credo, common preface


Mass of St. Sylverius (Red), Gloria, no Credo, common preface


Matins: Invitatorium and Hymn per annum as given in the psalter; lessons from occurring scripture, no Te Deum

Lauds: Antiphons and psalms of the feria (first schema); remainder per annum as given in the psalter; oration of the preceding Sunday; commemoration added

Hours: Antiphons and psalms of the feria; remainder per annum as given in the psalter; oration of the preceding Sunday

Vespers: Antiphons and psalms of the feria; remainder per annum as given in the psalter; oration of the preceding Sunday

Compline: Of the feria


Next month’s reminders and announcements are posted below, and are also available in a usable document here:   July 2018 SSPX Ordo Notices .

The Feast of the Most Precious Blood (Red) takes precedence over the Sunday on July 1. The Sunday is not commemorated because it is of the same Divine Person.

St. Lawrence of Brindisi, July 21. In older editions of the Missal, his feast is not listed in the Proprium Sanctorum, but can be found in the MPAL (Missae pro aliquibus locis).

Funerals are permitted every day this month except where a church is celebrating its Titular or the anniversary of its own Consecration.

Looking ahead:
July 16-27, CTS I 2018, St. Mary’s
Aug 6-11, Priests’ Retreat, Los Gatos
Aug 20-25, Catholic Principals’ Seminar, RCH

Prayers for the General Chapter: From July 11 to 21, 2018, the fourth General Chapter of the Society will take place in Ecône. The Superior General has prescribed prayers that are to be recited daily in all the houses of the SSPX for six months before the beginning of the Chapter: the recitation of the Veni Sancte Spiritus to ask the Holy Ghost for enlightenment, and the invocation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and St. Pius X to obtain their protection and intercession. The faithful and all men of good will are cordially invited to join in these prayers.

Veni, Sancte Spiritus, reple tuorum corda fidelium, et tui amoris in eis ignem accende.
V. Emitte Spiritum tuum et creabuntur;
R. Et renovabis faciem terrae.
Oremus. Deus, qui corda fidelium Sancti Spiritus illustratione docuisti: da nobis in eodem Spiritu recta sapere, et de eius semper consolatione gaudere. Per Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.
-Cor Immaculatum Mariae, ora pro nobis qui ad Te recurrimus.
-Sancte Pie decime, ora pro nobis.

Come Holy Ghost, fill the hearts of Thy faithful, and kindle in them the fire of Thy love.
V. Send forth Thy Spirit, and they shall be created;
R. And Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.
Let Us Pray: O God, Who didst instruct the hearts of the faithful by the light of the Holy Ghost, grant that by the same Spirit we may be truly wise, and ever rejoice in His consolation. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
-Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us who have recourse to thee.
-St. Pius X, pray for us.

Local observances

Calendar: These apply to priests assigned to these priories. For the public celebration of the Office and Mass, they apply only to the local territory. If a priest is celebrating Mass privately in another location, he may follow either the calendar of his priory or the calendar of the place. For the private recitation of Office, he must follow the calendar of his priory. Cf. Rubricae. generales, 148-157, 274-284.

Titulars & Patrons: The External Solemnity of (1) the priory or chapel’s titular saint and of (2) the local primary patron may be celebrated on the Sunday immediately preceding or following the feast unless impeded by a first class Sunday or feast, in which case it may be commemorated in the Sunday Mass (under a single conclusion). Cf. Rubricae generales, 306-327, 341-344, 356-361.

Priories: Sanford and San Jose: July 8-9. St. Thomas More, Titular Feast of the priory/chapel, I class. July 8: First Vespers with commemoration of the Sunday; July 9: Festal Office and Mass of the Saint. Walton: July 16, Consecration of Priory Church, I class. July 15: First Vespers of the Dedication with no commemoration of the Sunday (same Person); July 16: Festal Office and Mass of the Dedication. Wall sconce candles should be lit. Dillwyn: July 18-19. St. Vincent de Paul, Primary Patron of the Diocese of Richmond, I class. July 18: First Vespers with no commemorations. July 19: Festal Office and Mass of the Saint. Kansas City: July 18-19. St. Vincent de Paul, Titular of the Priory church, I class. July 18: First Vespers with no commemorations. July 19: Festal Office and Mass of the Saint. Armada: July 25-26. St. Anne, Primary Patron of the Archdiocese of Detroit, I class. July 25: First Vespers of St. Anne with no commemorations. July 26: Festal Office and Mass of the Saint. Ridgefield: July 30-31. St. Ignatius of Loyola, Titular Feast of the Priory, I class. July 30: First Vespers. July 31: Festal Office and Mass of the Saint.

Chapels: Falls Church: Patron (St. Thomas More) July 9; Honolulu and Hilo: Patron (Queen of Peace) July 9; Geneva: Patron (St. John Fisher) July 9; Mancelona: Patron July 16. Richmond and Virginia Beach: Patron July 19; Bay City: Cathedral Consecration July 23; Pittsburgh: Titular July 25; Seattle: Patron July 25; Detroit: Titular & Patron July 26.

Collect for Ordinary under one conclusion with the collect of the Mass in the following places: West Palm Beach, July 1 (Geraldum, Litoris Palmensis); Green Bay, July 9 (David, Sinus Viridis); Belle Plaine, July 14 (Ioannem, Novae Ulmae); Eddystone, July 19 (Carolum, Philadelphiensis); Ridgefield, July 31, even in the festal Mass of the priory titular (Franciscum, Bridgeportensis).

SSPX Necrology
July 1: Sr. Eva Maria Baert (1989), Canadian
July 1: Sr. Pancratia Reich (1987), German
July 14: Frère Gerard Marie Baufreton (2011), French
July 26: Father Stephen Abdoo (1987), Australian
July 31: Sr. Benedicte Venet (2006), French
+ Requiescant in Pace +