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which is of the honour, glory, and power of God, and that which is his spirit, resteth upon you. Buty let none of you suffer as a murderer, or a thief, oral railer, bor a coveter of other men's things. But if as a Christian, let him not be ashamed: but let him glorify God in his name. For the time is that judga ment should begin at the house of God. And if first at us, what shall be the end of them that believe not the gospel of God? And if the just man shall scarcelyn be saver, where shall the ungodly and the simnier appear? Wherefore let them also that suffer according to the will of God, commend their souls in good deeds to the faithful Creator. GOSPEL. Lule xiv. as in p. 463.
-XIII. St. DIDACUS, c. All as in Mass XIV. p. 489, except COLLECT. Omnipotens.-- Almighty and eternal God, who, by a wonderful providence, makest choice of the weak things of this world to confound the strong : mercifully grant, that, þeing perfected in all humility, we may be raised by the prayers of thy. holy Confessor, blessed Didacus, to the everlasting glory of heaven. Thro'.
XIV., St. ERCONWALD, bp. of London, C., Oy All as in Mass XI. p. 484, except JU) COLLECT. Omnipotens.--Almighty and eternal God, who rejoicest us on this festival of B. Erconwald, thy c. and bp.: we humbly beseech thy clemency, that whilst we devoutly celebrate his solemnity, we may, by his intercession, obtain the means of arriving at eternal happiness. Thro'. ih IUSECRET-Be favourable, O Lord, to our prayets, and by the intercession of B. Ercon d, thy c«and bp« grant, that whilst we venerate, thy hear venly sacraments, we may be free from sin, and cleansed and purified by thy grace. · Thro.'
* P. COMM. Præsta.--We beseech thee, O Lond our God, that having obtained mercy by these dirine mysteries, we who have here offered them máy de vance to the complete enjoyment of them on high. 11018 33 XY. St. GERTRUDE, V.
All us in Mass XIX. p. 498, ercept Visa *** COLLECT. Deus, qui-O God, who didst prepare an agreeable abode for thyself in the heart of blessed Gertrude, the Virgin, graciously cleanse our liearts, we beseech thee, through her merits and in tercession, from all stains, and grant we may enjoy the same happiness with her. Thro'. 90 XVI. St. EDMUND, abp. of Canterbury,
All as in Mass X. * p. 482, except COLLECT. Deus, qui.-0 God, who out of the abundant designs of thy goodness hast been pleased to adorn the life of B. Edmund, thy c, and bp. with nierits, and to cause thy church to rejoice in his miracles: mercifully grant that we thy, servants may reform our lives after his example, and that under his protection we may be preserved from all adrersity. Thro'.
SECRET. - May the gifts we offer be pleasing to thee, O Lord, thro' the prayers of B. Edmund, thya and bp. and be available to our salvation. Thro'.
P. COMM. Mentes. Strengthen, O Lord, our souls by the sacrament we have received: that as thou hast comforted us by the fresh miracles of B. Eilinund, thy c. and bp.; so thou wouldst help us by his suffrages, and enlighten us by his example. Thro'.
XVII. St. HUGH, bp. of Lincoln, c.
All as in Mass XI. p. 484, except COLLECT. Deus, qui. O God, who dielak eminently adorn B. Ilugh, thy c. and bp, by the ex,
celleney of his merits and brilliancy of his miracles : gránt, we beseech thee, that the lustre of his virtues may excite us to an imitation of his actions. Thro'.
SECRET.-May the prayers, O Lord, of B. Hugh, thy c. and bp. accompany the gifts we now offer thee; that by the aid of his prayers and intercession, we may obtain both grace and glory. Thro'.
P. COMM.-May this oblation of our service be pleasing to thee, O Lord, by the intercession of B. Hugh, thy c. and bp. lest our guilt should exclude us from the benefit of this heavenly sacrament. Thro's
XIX. St. ELIZABETH, W.)
All as in Mass XXI. p. 502, except COLLECT. Tuorum.-Enlighten the hearts of thy faithful, Omost merciful God, and by the prayers of blessed Elizabeth, grant we may despise the pleasing things of this world, and ever be refreshed with the comforts of heaven. Thro'.
XX. St. EDMUND, King and m. L. All as in Mass III. p. 466, except COLLECT. Deus, ineffabilis.-- God, of unspeakable mercy, who by the death of blessed King Eclmund hast made him victorious over his enemies : grant, we beseech thee, that we thy family may, through his intercession, be enabled to overcome the old enemy, by suppressing within us every incitement to evil. Thro'.
SECRET.-Mercifully look down, O Lord, on this sacrifice of our redemption, and favourably receive it in behalf of this thy family. Thru'.
*P. COMM. Sint.--May the offer of our service be acceptable to thee, 0 Almighty God: that the holy things we have received may, by the intercession of B. Edmund, the King and m. obtain for us the rewards of eternal life. Thro'.
XXI. PRESENTATION of the B. V. MARY.
All as in the Votive Mass, p. 507, ercept COLLECT. Deus, qui.- O God, who wast pleased that blessed Mary, ever a Virgin, become an abode for the Holy Ghost should this day be presented to thee in the temple: grant, by her intercession, that we may be presented before thy divine Majesty in the temple of God. Thro'.
XXII. St. CECILY, v. m.
All as in Mass XVI. p. 493, ercept COLLECT. Deus, qui.-0Gcil, who grantest us the yearly comfort of celebrating the feast of B. Cecily, thy v. and m. grant, that as we honour her in glory, we may follow her example in the practice of a virtuous life. Thro'.
LESSON. Eccles. li. as in p. 496.
GRAD._Hearken, O daughter, and see and incline thy ear: for the king is taken with thy beauty. V. With thy comeliness and thy beauty set out, proceed prosperously, and reign. Alleluia, Alleluia.. *V. The five wise virgine took oil in their vessels with their .amps: and at midnight there was a cry; Behold, the Bridegroom comes: go forth, and meet Christ the Lord. Alleluia.
SECRET.-May this sacrifice of propitiation and praise, we beseech thee, O Lord, by the intercession of B. Cecily, thy y, and m. ever make us worthy of thy mercy. Thro'.
P. COMM. Satiasti.--Having fed, O Lord, thy family with these sacred oblations: ever therefore comfort us with her intercession, whose feast we can lebrate. Thro'.
XXIII. St. CLEMENT, p. m. INTROIT. Ps. Ivi.-My words, saith the Lord, which I have put in thy mouth, shall not depart froin
hence:" and thy offerings shall be pleasing on my altar. Ps. cxi. Blessed is the inan that feareth the Lord: in his commandments he taketh great delight. V. Glory COLLECT, Deus, qui nos, us in p. 464.
Of St. Felicitas. Præsta.-Grant, we beseech thee, 0 Almighty God, that by celebrating the feast of B. Felicitas, thy m. we may be protected by her merits and prayers. Thro'.
EPISTLE. Phil. iii. as
GRAD. Ps. cix.—The Lord hath sworn, and he will not repent: Thou art a priest for ever, according to the order of Melchisedeck. V. The Lord said to my Lord : Sit thou at my right hand. Alleluia, Alleluia. V. This is the priest, whom the Lord hath crowned. Alleluia.
GOSPEL. Matt. xxiv. Offert. and Comm. as in
SECRET.-Sanctify, O Lord, the offerings we bring to thee, and by the intercession of blessed Clement, thy martyr and bishop, cleanse us from the stains of our sins. Thro'.
Of St. FELICITAS. -Alercifully look down, 0 Lord, on the vows of thy people: and grant we may enjoy her patronage, whose festival we cele- * brate. Thro'.
P. COMM. Corporis.-Being nourished by the participation of thy sacred body and precious blood, be beseech thee, O Lord our God, that what we
perform with pious devotion, may, by the intercesĮsion of blessed Clement, thy martyr and bishop, be to us a certain means of salvation. Thro'.
of St. FeliciTAS. Supplices.-We humbly beseech thee, 0 Almighty God, that by the intercession • of thy saints, thou wouldst increase in us thy gifts, and regulate our lives. Thro'.