Mass of the feast; Gloria, no Credo, preface of Easter
Matins: Invitatorium and Hymn from the Common, antiphon Alleluia and psalms of the feria, first two lessons from occurring Scripture (second and third joined), third lesson proper, Te Deum
Lauds: Antiphon Alleluia and psalms of the feria (first schema); remainder from the Common; oration proper
Hours: Antiphon Alleluia and psalms of the feria; remainder from the Common
Vespers: Antiphon Alleluia and psalms of the feria; remainder from the Common; oration proper
Compline: Of the feria
Next month’s reminders and announcements are below, and are also available in a usable document here:
June 2019 SSPX Ordo Notices
June, the Month of the Sacred Heart: The Litany of the Sacred Heart is added after the Rosary throughout the month.
Ordinations to the Priesthood and Diaconate will take place in Buckingham, Virginia on Friday June 21.
The Vigil of Pentecost is traditionally a day of Fast and Partial Abstinence (USA), or in other places fast and complete abstinence.
Pentecost has a I class octave. The Sequence Veni Sancte Spiritus is said each day within the proper Masses of the days of the octave.
The Ember days of Pentecost are within its octave. (This is a remnant of fasting beginning soon after the close of Eastertide, before Pentecost was given its octave.) The color of the Ember days of Pentecost is red instead of violet. Friday is observed as a day of fast and abstinence, with Wednesday and Saturday observed as days of fast and partial abstinence (USA) or fast and complete abstinence elsewhere.
The External Solemnity of Corpus Christi is celebrated on the Sunday following the Feast, ideally with an outdoor Eucharistic Procession. There is no commemoration of the Sunday in the festal Mass. The Office remains that of the Second Sunday after Pentecost. Consult the online ordo entry for Corpus Christi for more information on the rubrics.
The External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart is celebrated on the Sunday following the Feast. On the Feast itself and/or on the following Sunday, the Litany of the Sacred Heart and the Act of Reparation to the Sacred Heart are recited before the Blessed Sacrament exposed. There is no commemoration of the Sunday in the festal Mass. The Office remains that of the Third Sunday after Pentecost.
The Nativity of St. John the Baptist is on June 24. Bonfires are made on the eve in some places, and there is a special blessing in the ritual for these.
Father’s Day is the third Sunday of June in the USA.
Funerals are not permitted this month on Pentecost Sunday, Trinity Sunday, Corpus Christi, and the Feast of the Sacred Heart.
Local observances (see dates below)
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.
Titulars & Patrons: The External Solemnity of the priory or chapel’s titular feast and of the local patronal feast (principal 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 can be commemorated in the Sunday Mass (collects under single conclusion).
Accidental Occurrence: A local first class feast take precedence over a second class feast or liturgical day, but is trumped by all other first class feasts and liturgical days in the universal calendar. If the superior feast is of the same Divine Person or saint, the local feast is omitted, otherwise, it is transferred to the next available day which is not first or second class. (Sundays and the Feast of the Consecration of a Cathedral or Church are both of Our Lord).
Chapel Titular Feasts (I class)
Albuquerque: June 29, Sts. Peter and Paul
Browerville: Movable, Sacred Heart
Charlotte: June 13, St. Anthony
Franklin: Movable, Corpus Christi
Kenner: June 9, Our Lady of Grace (cf. MPAL)
Los Gatos: June 21, St. Aloysius
Mancelona: Movable, Sacred Heart
North Caldwell: June 13, St. Anthony
Seattle: Movable, Corpus Christi
Local Patronal Feasts (I class)
Girard: June 9, St. Columba
Pittston: June 29, St. Peter
San Antonio: June 13, St. Anthony
St. Paul: June 30, St. Paul
Walton: June 30, St. Paul
Local Cathedral Consecrations (I class)
Anchorage: June 5
Bakersfield: June 7
Bismarck: June 15
Dickinson ND: June 15
Eddystone: June 29 (transfers to next available day)
Fort Myers: June 30
Jacksonville: June 10
Kalispell: June 3
Ridgefield: June 13
San Diego: June 2
Silver City: June 11
Victor: June 3
Collects/Orations for Ordinary
Added to the collects of the Mass under one conclusion
Nacedah: June 11, Gulielmum/Crossensis
Kenner: June 12, Gregorium/Novae Aureliae
Lacombe: June 12, Gregorium/Novae Aureliae
Louisville: June 12, Ioseph/Ludovicopolitanus
Greenwood: June 13, Carolum/Indianapolitanus
Baton Rouge: June 26, Michaelem/Rubribaculensis
Mancelona: June 27, Stephenum/Gaylordensis
Elenchus Sodalium Defunctorum FSSPX,
15. Soror Mathilde Ewerhardy, † 2001
17. Frater Augustine Valenza, † 2006
21. Sacerdos Helio Buck, † 2010
28. Soror Judith Meitzner, † 2007
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