Dominica III “per annum” – 26 Ian 2020

Ant. ad introitum Cf. Ps 95, 1.6
Cantáte Dómino cánticum novum,
cantáte Dómino, omnis terra.
Conféssio et pulchritúdo in conspéctu eius,
sánctitas et magnificéntia in sanctificatióne eius.

Collecta
Omnípotens sempitérne Deus,
dírige actus nostros in beneplácito tuo,
ut in nómine dilécti Fílii tui
mereámur bonis opéribus abundáre.
Per Dóminum.

Super oblata
Múnera nostra, Dómine, súscipe placátus,
quæ sanctificándo nobis, quǽsumus,
salutária fore concéde.
Per Christum.

Ant. ad communionem Cf. Ps 33, 6
Accédite ad Dóminum et illuminámini,
et fácies vestræ non confundéntur.
Vel: Io 8, 12
Ego sum lux mundi, dicit Dóminus;
qui séquitur me, non ámbulat in ténebris,
sed habébit lumen vitæ.

Post communionem
Præsta nobis, quǽsumus, omnípotens Deus,
ut, vivificatiónis tuæ grátiam consequéntes,
in tuo semper múnere gloriémur.
Per Christum.

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Dominica II “per annum” – 19 Ian 2020

Ant. ad introitum Ps 65, 4
Omnis terra adóret te, Deus, et psallat tibi;
psalmum dicat nómini tuo, Altíssime.

Collecta
Omnípotens sempitérne Deus,
qui cæléstia simul et terréna moderáris,
supplicatiónes pópuli tui cleménter exáudi,
et pacem tuam nostris concéde tempóribus.
Per Dóminum.

Super oblata
Concéde nobis, quǽsumus, Dómine,
hæc digne frequentáre mystéria,
quia, quóties huius hóstiæ commemorátio celebrátur,
opus nostræ redemptiónis exercétur.
Per Christum.

Ant. ad communionem Cf. Ps 22, 5
Parásti in conspéctu meo mensam,
et calix meus inébrians quam præclárus est!
Vel: 1 Io 4, 16
Nos cognóvimus et credídimus caritáti,
quam Deus habet in nobis.

Post communionem
Spíritum nobis, Dómine, tuæ caritátis infúnde,
ut, quos uno cælésti pane satiásti,
una fácias pietáte concórdes.
Per Christum.

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In Baptismate Domini – 12 Ian 2020

Festum

Ubi sollemnitas Epiphaniæ ad dominicam transfertur, quæ die 7 vel 8 ianuarii occurrit, festum Baptismatis Domini celebratur feria secunda sequenti.

Ant. ad introitum Cf. Mt 3, 16-17
Baptizáto Dómino, apérti sunt cæli,
et sicut colúmba super eum Spíritus mansit,
et vox Patris intónuit:
Hic est Fílius meus diléctus,
in quo mihi bene complácui.

Dicitur Glória in excélsis.

Collecta
Omnípotens sempitérne Deus,
qui Christum, in Iordáne flúmine baptizátum,
Spíritu Sancto super eum descendénte,
diléctum Fílium tuum sollémniter declarásti,
concéde fíliis adoptiónis tuæ,
ex aqua et Spíritu Sancto renátis,
ut in beneplácito tuo iúgiter persevérent.
Per Dóminum.
Vel:
Deus, cuius Unigénitus
in substántia nostræ carnis appáruit, præsta, quǽsumus,
ut, per eum, quem símilem nobis foris agnóvimus,
intus reformári mereámur.
Qui tecum.

Dicitur Credo.

Super oblata
Súscipe múnera, Dómine,
in dilécti Fílii tui revelatióne deláta,
ut fidélium tuórum oblátio in eius sacrifícium tránseat,
qui mundi vóluit peccáta miserátus ablúere.
Qui vivit et regnat in sǽcula sæculórum.

Præfatio: De Baptismate Domini.

Ant. ad communionem Io 1, 32.34
Ecce de quo dicébat Ioánnes:
Ego vidi et testimónium perhíbui, quia hic est Fílius Dei.

Post communionem
Sacro múnere satiáti,
cleméntiam tuam, Dómine, supplíciter exorámus,
ut, Unigénitum tuum fidéliter audiéntes,
fílii tui vere nominémur et simus.
Per Christum.

A feria II post hanc dominicam usque ad feriam III ante Quadragesimam decurrit tempus “per annum”.

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The Traveller’s Mass – La Messa del Viaggiatore

The Traveller’s Mass is a project by professor Giuseppe G. N. Angilella to provide bilingual, two-columns versions of the Ordo Missæ. The following languages are available: Latin, Albanian, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English (old and 2011 versions), Finnish, French, German, modern Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog.

The Traveller’s Mass (La Messa del Viaggiatore) è un progetto del prof. Giuseppe G. N. Angilella che mette a disposizione versioni bilingue, su due colonne, dell’Ordo Missæ. Sono disponibili le seguenti lingue: latino, albanese, croato, ceco, nederlandese, inglese (versioni vecchia e del 2011), finlandese, francese, tedesco, greco moderno, italiano, lituano, norvegese, polacco, portoghese, romeno, sloveno, spagnolo, svedese, tagalog.

Versions with Latin first column: / Versioni con prima colonna in latino:

Latin-Albanian
Latin-Croatian
Latin-Czech
Latin-Dutch
Latin-English (old)
Latin-English (2011 version)
Latin-Finnish
Latin-French
Latin-German
Latin-modern Greek
Latin-Italian
Latin-Lithuanian
Latin-Norwegian
Latin-Polish
Latin-Portuguese
Latin-Romanian
Latin-Slovenian
Latin-Spanish
Latin-Swedish
Latin-Tagalog

Dominica II post Nativitatem

Ant. ad introitum Sap 18, 14-15
Dum médium siléntium tenérent ómnia,
et nox in suo cursu médium iter habéret,
omnípotens sermo tuus, Dómine,
de cælis a regálibus sédibus venit.

Dicitur Glória in excélsis.

Collecta
Omnípotens sempitérne Deus, fidélium splendor animárum,
dignáre mundum glória tua implére benígnus,
et cunctis pópulis appáre per tui lúminis claritátem.
Per Dóminum.

Dicitur Credo.

Super oblata
Obláta, Dómine, múnera Unigéniti tui nativitáte sanctífica,
qua nobis et via osténditur veritátis,
et regni cæléstis vita promíttitur.
Per Christum.

Præfatio de Nativitate.

Ant. ad communionem Cf. Io 1, 12
Omnibus qui recepérunt eum,
dedit eis potestátem fílios Dei fíeri.

Post communionem
Dómine Deus noster, supplíciter te rogámus,
ut, huius operatióne mystérii,
vítia nostra purgéntur, et iusta desidéria compleántur.
Per Christum.

Adhiberi potest formula benedictionis sollemnis.

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Liturgical Latin — Reconsidered

There is no loss of literal meaning when we say “Holy, holy, holy” in place of “Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus” , but the connotations of history, millennial traditions, and an ethos that constitutes a sacred semantic are all gone, as they must be from any vernacular translation. It takes ages for a language to accrue those symbolic attributes. The very modernity and normalcy of vernacular speech automatically excludes them.
(…)
More and more parishes are serving multiple linguistic communities, and the common practice of having a designated “Spanish Mass” or “Vietnamese Mass” doesn’t solve the problem here, because there will always be worshippers whose native language is not the vernacular of the moment. In effect, they are placed at the lowest table of the banquet. Latin has the peculiar properties of a dead language: besides owning a vocabulary of unchanging meaning, no one learns it as native speech anymore. When liturgical Latin is spoken, there are no natural superiors.

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Sollemnitas Sanctæ Dei Genetricis Mariæ

In octava Nativitatis Domini

Ant. ad introitum
Salve, sancta Parens, eníxa puérpera Regem,
qui cælum terrámque regit in sǽcula sæculórum.


Vel: Cf. Is 9, 2.6; Lc 1, 33
Lux fulgébit hódie super nos, quia natus est nobis Dóminus;
et vocábitur admirábilis, Deus, Princeps pacis,
Pater futúri sǽculi: cuius regni non erit finis.

Dicitur Glória in excélsis.

Collecta
Deus, qui salútis ætérnæ,
beátæ Maríæ virginitáte fecúnda,
humáno géneri prǽmia præstitísti, tríbue, quǽsumus,
ut ipsam pro nobis intercédere sentiámus,
per quam merúimus Fílium tuum auctórem vitæ suscípere.
Qui tecum.

Dicitur Credo.

Super oblata
Deus, qui bona cuncta ínchoas benígnus et pérficis,
da nobis, de sollemnitáte sanctæ Dei Genetrícis lætántibus,
sicut de inítiis tuæ grátiæ gloriámur
ita de perfectióne gaudére.
Per Christum.

Præfatio I de beata Maria Virgine (Et te in sollemnitáte).

Ant. ad communionem Hebr 13, 8
Iesus Christus heri et hódie, ipse et in sǽcula.

Post communionem
Súmpsimus, Dómine, læti sacraménta cæléstia:
præsta, quǽsumus,
ut ad vitam nobis profíciant sempitérnam,
qui beátam semper Vírginem Maríam
Fílii tui Genetrícem et Ecclésiæ Matrem
profitéri gloriámur.
Per Christum.

Adhiberi potest formula benedictionis sollemnis.

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Bibliorum Sacrorum Concordantiæ (Dutripon)

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AD RECOGNITIONEM
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Latin Grammar for the Reading of the Missal and Breviary

By Cora Carroll Scanlon, A.M., Charles L. Scanlon, A.M.

This Latin grammar is intended for students who are entering seminaries or religious novitiates without previous study of Latin, for sisters in communities that recite the breviary, and for the growing number of lay people who use the Roman missal and the Roman breviary. Its twenty lessons, divided into fifty units, cover all the grammatical essentials for the intelligent reading of these two books. The vocabulary comprises the 914 words that make up the Ordinary of the Mass and the three Requiem Masses with their additional Collects, since these are the words that a daily user of the missal will encounter most frequently. However, to make the work as valuable as possible for those who use the missal in its entirety, as well as for those who wish to undertake the daily reading of the breviary, the Latin-English vocabulary at the end of the book includes not only all the words of the Roman missal, but also the complete vocabulary of the Roman breviary.