TRIUMPH OF THE CROSS 

ROLES IN MORNING PRAYER

 

Coordinator:

Check that Leader, 1st and 2nd Cantors, and Reader are ready.

Leader and 1st Cantor sit on side one,

2nd Cantor sits on side two.

Leader: Remind members to not split the Gloria.

Inform which is side one and side two.

 

INVITATORY

ALL stand for invitatory and hymn

Leader (make Sign of the Cross on lips)

Lord, open my lips,”

ALL (make Sign of the Cross on lips)

“and my mouth will proclaim your praise.”

 

Leader recites invitatory antiphon, ALL repeat.

 

Leader recites strophes of invitatory psalm,

ALL repeat the antiphon between the strophes

 

LeaderGlory to the Father, and to the Son

and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning,

is now, and will be forever. Amen.”

No one joins the Leader in the Gloria

ALL repeat the antiphon.

 

HYMN   

Music Leader begins hymn

ALL join in

 ALL sit for psalmody and reading.

Cantors set the pace; participants listen closely and strive to stay in harmony with the cantors.

Pause at the end of each line. 

There is a longer pause between psalms/canticle.

 

Psalmody antiphon 1

1st Cantor recites the antiphon.  ALL repeat.

 

1st Cantor recites first line of the first strophe,

1st side joins in on second line.

2nd side alternates strophes with 1st side.

Do not split the Glory to the Father.

ALL repeat the antiphon.

1st Cantor: Psalm prayer

 

Antiphon 2

2nd Cantor recites the antiphon.  All repeat.

2nd Cantor recites first line of first strophe,

2nd side joins in on second line.

1st side alternates strophes with 2nd side.

Do not split the Glory to the Father.

ALL repeat the antiphon.

2nd Cantor: Psalm prayer 

Antiphon 3

1st Cantor recites antiphon.  ALL repeat.

1st Cantor recites first line of the first strophe,

1st side joins in on second line.

2nd side alternates strophes with 1st side.

Do not split the Glory to the Father.

ALL repeat the antiphon.

1st Cantor: Psalm prayer

 

READING

 Reader reads at a moderate pace.

Please project voice clearly so all can hear.

Pause after the reading.

 

RESPONSORY

Reader recites sentences without red dash,

ALL respond with lines after the red dash.

 ALL stand for the rest of the liturgy

 

Canticle of Zechariah

Leader recites antiphon. all repeat. 

Leader says first line (all make the Sign of the Cross);

all join in on second line. 

all say the whole Gloria. 

ALL repeat the antiphon.

 

INTERCESSIONS

Leader

ALL respond with the words in italics

ALL respond with the parts after the dash

 

Our Father

Leader begins

 ALL join in.

 

Prayer

Leader

 

Conclusion

Blessing by priest or deacon. 

If no priest or deacon present,

Leader begins “May the Lord bless us...”

ALL join in.

ALL make the Sign of the Cross

 

Salve Regina

Music Leader intones the first two words

ALL join in on the rest.

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Morning Prayer

In Ordinary Time

 

Solemnities

All from the Proper. 

If not in the Proper, take from the common.

 

 

Feasts

All from the Proper. 

If not in the Proper, take from the common.

  

Memorials

Invitatory antiphon—from the Proper.

If not in the Proper, take from the weekday or the common.

 

Psalmody antiphons—if in the Proper, use them with Psalms from Sunday Week I.

If not in the Proper pray only the weekday antiphons and psalms, not from the common, not from 707.

 

Readings etc. from the Proper.  If not in the Proper, take from the weekday or the common.

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Morning Prayer

Outside of Ordinary Time

 The Invitatory antiphons for the various seasons are found in the Ordinary.

 

Solemnities and Feasts

As in Ordinary Time.

Sundays

As set out in the Proper of the Seasons. 

 

Memorials

As in Ordinary Time except—Readings, etc.

if not in the Proper of the Saints,

take from the Proper of the Seasons or the common;

will not come from the four-week psalter weekday.

 

Commemorations

Closing prayer and gospel antiphon maybe

added at the end, nothing from the common.

 

Weekdays

Psalmody from the weekday. 

Reading etc from the Proper of the Season.

Morning Prayer guide

(revised Sept. 2020)

ABOUT US

We meet the second Saturday of each month in Georgetown, TX.

ADDRESS

Cindy Johnson

Council President

512-791-3509

cinjohns@verizon.net

Kathy Rasmussen

Formation Director

254-780-6047

kathy.ras4519@gmail.com

Georgetown, TX 78626

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