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perunt eum, dedit eis as received him, he potestatem Filios Dei gave them power to fieri; his, qui credunt be made the Sons of in nomine ejus:qui non God; to those that ex fanguinibus, neque believe in his name; ex voluntate carnis, who, not of blood, nor neque ex
voluntate of the will of Aesh, viri fed ex Deo nati nor of the will of man, funt :
VERBUM but of God are born : CARO FACTUM EST, AND
THE WORD & habitavit in nobis ; WAS MADE FLESH, & vidimus gloriam e and dwelt in us. And. jus, gloriam quafi u we saw the glory of nigeniti á patre, ple- him ; glory as it were. num gratiæ &. verita- of the only begotten tis.
of the Father, full of
grace and verity. R. Deo gratias.
Resp. Thanks be to God.
Note, That at those words, THE WORD WAS
MADE FLESH, both priest and people kneel
down in reverence to Christ's Incarnation. N. B. That as often as the Mass of a Saint is
said upon a lunday, or upon a vigil, or other feria, which hath' its proper Mass; then at the end of the Mass, instead of the beginning of the Gospel of St. John, is read the Gospel which is proper for that sunday, vigil, or feria. And at the third Mass on ChristmasDay, is read the Gospel of the Epiphany.
The Words of St. Blolius, o Pelages Sanctæ.
Ocean of sweetness and divine Love, my
God, make hafte, and give thyself to me, that I may worthily give myself back to thee. Let me never rest here, but be ever soaring up to thee, that in thee I may rest, and breathe forth my
soul with an entire heart, and a full desire, and a moft flaming affection ; let me ever prefer thee my God, before all the creatures of the world, and for the love of thee let me renounce all things of a transitory delight. O the only and true joy
soul. Feed me, O Lord, at the sacred table of thy divinity; this only thing I beg, I desire, that a most ardent and vehement love may penetrate my soul, and so replenish it, that it may
totally changed into thee. O most sweet Redeemer, grant, that with the love of thee I may be all on fire, and that That fire of divine love may. totally consume me, and that I may but live in the sweet fruition of thee my God. Let me not feel, or know any other object than thee alone. O overflowing Sea of most sacred Divinity, draw me to thyself, and drown me there take from me all the affections of my heart, and so apply to thyself, that I may perfectly be dead to all other objects but thee, O my God.
LITANIÆ. Beatæ Virginis Mariæ.
ANTHEM. SUB UB tuum Præsidium confugimus, sancta
Dei Genetrix, noftras Deprecationes ne despicias in Neceffitatibus noftris, fed á Periculis cunctis libera nos, semper Virgo Gloriota & Benedicta.
nobis, pro Ora
The LITANIES of our blessed Lady.
ANTHEM. W E Ay to your Patronage, holy Mother
of God ! Despise not our Prayers in our Necessities, but deliver us from all Dangers, O glorious and ever blessed Virgin.
Lord have Mercy on us.
God the Son Redeemer of the World, Have
Have Holy Trinity one God,
Have Holy Mary, Holy Mother of God, Holy Virgin of Virgins, Mother of Christ, Mother of Divine Grace, Mother moft Pure, Mother most Chaste, Mother Undefild, Mother Untouch’d, Mother moft Amiable, Mother moft Admirable, Mother of our Creator, Mother of our Redeemer, Virgin most Prudent, Virgin most Venerable, Virgin moft Renown'd,
Pray for us.
Virgo Potens, Virgo Clemens, Virgo Fidelis, Speculum Justitiæ, Sedes Sapientiæ, Caufa noftræ Lætitiæ, Vas Spirituale, Vas Honourabile, Vas Infigne Devotionis, Rosa Mystica, Turris Davidica, Turris Eburnea, Domus Aurea, Foederis Arca, Janua Coeli, Stella Matutina, Salus Infirmorum, Refugium Peccatorum, Confolatrix Aflictorum, Auxilium Chriftianorum, Regina Angelorum, Regina Patriarcharum, Regina Prophetarum, Regina Apostolorum, Regina Martyrum, Regina Confefforum, Regina Virginum, Regina Sanctorum omnium, Agnus Dei qui tollis Peccata Mundi, Parce
nobis, Domine. Agnus Dei qui tollis peccata. Mundi, Exaudi
nobis. pro Ora