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Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
« on: October 07, 2012, 12:59:12 AM »
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  • From The Saint Andrew Daily Missal with Vespers for Sundays and Feasts by Dom Gaspar Lefebvre, O.S.B., of the Abbey of St- André (Bruges, Belgium: Liturgical Apostolate of the Abbey of St-André, 1956), here is the Mass for the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.

















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    « Reply #1 on: October 07, 2012, 12:59:54 AM »
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  • Here is a commentary upon the Mass for the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, taken from the late Cardinal Schuster's The Sacramentary (Liber Sacramentorum): Historical and Liturgical Notes on the Roman Missal (vol. III, trans. Arthur Levelis-Marke; New York: Benziger Brothers, 1927).










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    « Reply #2 on: October 07, 2012, 01:01:10 AM »
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  • From the celebrated work of Dom Prosper Guéranger, Abbot of Solesmes, The Liturgical Year: Time after Pentecost - Book II (trans. Dom Laurence Shepherd; Westminster, MD: The Newman Press, 1949), here is a commentary upon the Mass for the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.






























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    « Reply #3 on: October 07, 2012, 01:02:08 AM »
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  • From the great Rev. Father Cornelius  J. Ryan's The Epistles of the Sundays and Festivals with an Introduction, Notes and Moral Reflections, (Vol. II; Dublin: M. H. Gill and Son, Ltd., 1932), here is a commentary upon the Epistle lesson for the Mass of the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.






















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    « Reply #4 on: October 07, 2012, 01:03:18 AM »
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  • From the work of the great scholar Rev. Father Cornelius J. Ryan, The Gospels of the Sundays and Festivals with an Introduction, Parallel Passages, Notes and Moral Reflections (Vol. II; Dublin: Browne and Nolan, Ltd., 1921), here is a commentary upon the Gospel lesson for the Mass of the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.

































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    « Reply #5 on: October 07, 2012, 01:04:00 AM »
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  • From The Lessons of the Temporal Cycle and the Principle Feasts of the Sanctoral Cycle according to the Monastic Breviary: Compiled and Adapted for the Office of the Brothers of St. Meinrad's Abbey (St. Meinrad, Indiana: St. Meinraid's Abbey, 1943), here is the English translation of the Homily upon the Gospel lesson for the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, as found in the lessons for the Third Nocturn at Matins.












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    « Reply #6 on: October 07, 2012, 01:04:41 AM »
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  • Del Misal completo latino-español para uso de los fieles, editado por los sacerdotes Jesuitas Valentín M. Sánchez Ruiz y Eduardo Espert (Madrid: Editorial Apostolado de la Prensa, S. A., 1958), he aquí la Misa del Domingo décimo noveno después de Pentecostés, para los católicos de habla hispana.













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    « Reply #7 on: October 07, 2012, 01:05:28 AM »
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  • From The Dominican Missal in Latin and English (Oxford: Blackfriars Publications, 1948), here is the Mass of the seventeenth Sunday after the Octave of Trinity, which corresponds to the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost in the Roman Missal.













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    « Reply #8 on: October 07, 2012, 01:06:34 AM »
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  • Del Misal diario según el rito de la Orden de Predicadores, editado por el Padre Miguel Gelabert, O. P., en colaboración con varios Religiosos del convento de Predicadores de Valencia (Valencia: Editorial F. E. D. A., 1950), he aquí la Misa del Domingo décimo séptimo después de la Octava de Trinidad, que corresponde al Domingo décimo noveno después de Pentecostés en el Misal Romano, para los católicos de habla hispana.













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    « Reply #9 on: October 07, 2012, 01:07:38 AM »
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  • From The Missal According to the Carmelite Rite in Latin and English for Every Day in the Year (Rome: Vatican Polyglot Press, 1953), here is the Mass of the eighteenth Sunday after Trinity, which corresponds to the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost in the Roman Missal.













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    « Reply #10 on: October 07, 2012, 01:08:45 AM »
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  • From the tome Messale Ambrosiano (Milan: Pia Società S. Paolo, 1954), here is the Mass for the first Sunday of October, which this year corresponds to the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost in the Roman Missal.






















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  • From the work of Rev. Fr. Charles J. Callan, O. P., The Parables of Christ: With Notes for Preaching and Meditation (New York: Joseph F. Wagner, Inc., 1940), here is a commentary upon the Parable of The Royal Wedding Banquet, the narration of which constitutes the Gospel lesson for the Mass of the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.

























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    « Reply #12 on: October 07, 2012, 09:59:51 AM »
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    This picture must show be the beautiful Dominican tradition of the singing of the the Salve Regina and final blessing before processing to the dormitory.
    The history of which is related as such:

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    Dominicans everywhere share the tradition of singing the Salve Regina and receiving a blessing with holy water at the words before they go to bed.  Mother Francis Raphael Drane wrote that, “Dominic never had cell or bed of his own and slept, when he slept at all, in the church or the dormitory. One night, Dominic having remained in the church to pray, left it at the hour of midnight, and entered the corridor where the cells of the brethren were.  When he had finished what he had come to do, he again began to pray at one end of the dormitory, and looking by chance towards the other end, he saw three ladies coming along, of whom the one in the middle appeared the most beautiful and venerable.  One of her companions carried a magnificent vessel of water, and the other a sprinkler, which she presented to her mistress, and she sprinkled the brethren, and made over them the sign of the cross.   But when she had come to one of the friars, she passed him over without blessing him; and Dominic having observed who this one was, went before the lady, who was in the middle of the dormitory, near to where the lamp was hanging.  He fell at her feet, and though he had already recognized her, yet he besought her to tell him who she was.  At that time the beautiful and devout anthem of the Salve Regina was not sung in the convents of the friars or of the sisters at Rome; it was only recited kneeling after Compline. The lady who had given the blessing said therefore to Dominic, ‘I am she whom you invoke every evening, and when you say, ‘Eia ergo advocota nostra,’ I prostrate before my Son for the preservation of this order.  Then the blessed Dominic inquired who were the two young maidens who accompanied her, and she replied, ‘One is Cecilia, and the other Catherine.’ And the blessed Dominic asked again why she had passed over one of the brethren without blessing him; and he was answered, ‘Because he was not in a fitting posture;’ and so having finished her round and sprinkled the rest of the brethren, she disappeared.”

    Drane, Augusta Theodosia (Mother Francis Raphael), The Life of St. Dominic and a Sketch of the Dominican Order with an Introduction to the America edition by Rev Joseph Sadoc Alemany, D.D., P. O’Shea Publisher, New York, New York, 1867, (pp. 136-138).

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