Quatuor Tempora

Unlike in the Roman missal, where the Flectamus is prevalent during Embertide, the Bragan only allows for it during the Lenten Ember Days.

Feria IV Temporum Adventus
Introit: The verse is the continuation of Is 45:8 – et justitia oriatur simul: ego Dominus creavi eum.

Sabbato Temporum Adventus
The rubrics indicate that Dominus Vobiscum is to be omitted before the collects, the priest saying simply Oremus.

 

Sabatto Temporum Quadragesime
1st reading: Dt 26:15-19 (shorter than the Roman reading)
1st Collect: 4th Sunday after Epiphany
2nd Collect: 1st Collect in the Roman
3rd Collect: 2nd Collect in the Roman
4th Collect: 3rd Collect in the Roman

 

Feria IV Temporum Pentecostes
1st reading: Sap 1:1-7
Alleluia: Spiritus qui a Patre procedit, ille me clarificabit.
2nd reading: Act 2:14-21 (1st reading in the Roman)
Alleluia: Act 2:4 followed by the same text as in the Roman
Offertory: Ps 8:30-31

Feria VI Temporum Pentecostes
1st reading: Act 2:22-28
Alleluia: 1 Cor 2:10
Communion: Jn 3:8

 

Sabatto Temporum Pentecostes
Introit: The verse is Ps 87:2
Alleluia: Ps 103:30
Alleluia: Sap 1:7
Alleluia: Act 2:4
Alleluia: Jn 3:8
After the Epistle there is another Alleluia (the Roman missal has a Tract): Rm 5:5
Alleluia: Veni Sancte Spiritus, reple tuorum corda fidelium: et tuis amoris in eis ignem ascende.
Communion: Jn 14:18

 

Feria IV Temporum Setembris
2nd Gradual: Ps 78:9-10

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