Tag Archives: B. Mariae Virginis

Missae de sancta Maria

I From Advent to the Nativity of the Lord Introit: V./ Et justitia oriatur simul: Ego Dominus creavi eum. Alleluia: gloss on Is 7:14 Ecce Virgo concipiet et pariet Filium, Jesum Christum. II From the Nativity of the Lord to … Continue reading

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Sabbato

The following Masses are not found among the Roman Votive Masses Missa de Planctu Virginis Mariae Introit: Eccl. vox Ecce vidi Filium meum, non habentem speciem neque decorem: aspectus ejus in eo non est: hic peccata peccatorum portavit: et pro … Continue reading

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In Expectatione Partus B. Mariae Virg.

Today’s feast (18/12) is a very old feast in the Iberian peninsula; it is still commemorated in the cathedral of Evora in the novus ordo, but doesn’t seem to be celebrated elsewhere in Portugal. The Bragan missal, however, does keep … Continue reading

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Purissimi Cordis B. Mariae V.

This feast is kept on the Saturday within the Octave of Corpus Christi, and shares with the Roman “Immaculate Heart of Mary” (Augist 22nd) the Collect, Alleluia, Secret and Post-Communion. Introit: Ps. 44:14-15; V. Ps 44:2 Epistle: Cant. 8:6-7 Gradual: … Continue reading

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In Annuntiatione B. Mariae V.

This feast’s texts have a series of divergences relative to the Roman missal. The MAss is essentially the Missae de S. Mariae in Sabbato in Tempore Adventus (usually known as the Rorate Mass) with some variations. The rubrics prescribe that … Continue reading

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Maternitas B.M.V.

The Bragan feast for the Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary has minor differences. For starters it is found in the Proprium de Tempore, and not in the Proprium de Sanctis, as is the case in the Roman missal. Also, … Continue reading

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In Nativitate B. Mariae Virg.

For this day’s feast, the Introit begins with the famliar Gaudeamus omnes in Domino verse (already seen on the Assumption), only the feast being specified this time is the Nativity, not the Assumption. The Psalm verse is Ps. 47:2. The … Continue reading

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