PRAYERCAzT: Matins and Laudes (BrevRom). Sts. Philip and James

A no frills reading of the office of Matins and of Laudes with the Breviarium Romanum.

UPDATE: For those of you who tried to listen, and it wouldn’t play, I have fixed the problem.

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One Response to PRAYERCAzT: Matins and Laudes (BrevRom). Sts. Philip and James

  1. greasemonkey says:

    Hi there,
    I posted this before but got no answers. Is there anyone out there who know how to say the office?
    “Where do the different part of the office (Lauds/Vespers) come from in a day that is 4th class in the ordo, BUT isn’t just an ordinary week day? Example would be last Thursday “St. John before the Latin Gate” or yesterday “Apparition of St. Michael”. These are days of the 4th class according to the Ordo. IF one treats it as a “Ferial Office” and everything comes from the Psalter than what’s the point of having such and such a feast?

    I guess the confusion is that once we move beyond a 3rd class feast then the rubrics speak of “Ferial” office and every thing coming from the Psalter and previous Sunday.”

    Thanks for the pointers!