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The Asperges Antiphon (used ion Sunday only, for the Blessing with Holy Water): Thou shalt purge m~i 0 Lord, with hyssop, and I shall be clean; Thou shalt wash me, and I shall b~ whiter than snow. Ps. Have mercy up~n me, 0 God, after Thy great goodness. ' Thou shalt purge mel 0 Lord, with hyssop, and I shall be 'clean; Thou shalt wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Ps. According to the multitude of Thy mercies, do away 'mine offenses. Thou shalt purge me, 0 Lord, with hyssop, and I shall be clean; Thou shalt wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. . . y...Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, II- and to the Holy Ghost, As it was in the begiqping, both how and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen. ~ Thou shalt wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 0 Lord, shew T~y mercy upon. us. W. And grant us Thy salvation. . . y. Let us pray. qraciously hear us, 0 Lord, Holy Father Almighty, Everlasting God; and vouchsafe to send Thine Holy Angel from Heaven, to guard, cherish, protect, vlslt, and defend all those who are assembled in this holy habitation. Through Christ Our Lord. W. Amen.
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The Processional Responsory (used by the Clergy, for the Procession from the Quire into the Church): . . Vouchsafe us, 0 Lord, the pardon of sins; and for the Saints that are interceding for us, whose So~mnity we celebrate this day, grant us such devotion, that we may be deem-ed meet to be included in their company. y. May t!u~ir deedshelp us whom our own faults have hinder-ed; may. theirintercessibn Beg pardon for us, which our own actions have accu-sed; and mayest Thou That hast granted them the palm of heavenly triumph not deny us the forgiveness of sin; grant, us such devotion, that we may be deem-ed meet to be included in their company.
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The Processional Antiphon (used by the Clergy for the Procession back from the Church into the Quire).: o Saviour of the world, save us all; Holy Mother of God, ever-Virgin Mary, intercede for us; aided by the prayers of Holy Apostles, Martyrs, and Confessors, with those of Holy Virgins, we humbly. supplicate, that we may be deliver-ed from all evil, and: be deem-ed meet, now and ever, to be fill-ed with all good things. .
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The Processional Conclusion (used on the Feast Day only, to conclude the Procession):.. ' Y/... Be glad, 0 Ye Righteous, and rejoice in the Lord. W. And be joyful, al~ ye that are true of heart. y. Let us pray. beseech Thee, 0 Lord, mercifully to look upon our infirmities, and, at the lnterqesslon of All Thy Saints, turn from us all those evils that we most righteously halve deserved. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. i W. Amen.

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The Office (Introit): . Today over all the Earth there hath dawn-ed forth the Feast Day of All the Saints; come ye, come: ye and sing: lie Rejoice we all, and praise the Lord, celebrating a Holy Day in honour of All the Saints; Today the Hosts of Martyrs are surpassingly joyful in Heaven; and as for us upon the Earth, come le, come and sing: In whose Solemnity th~ Angels are joyful,
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Wherefore on this day we render honour and offer truly meet praises unto all the Saints, And glorify the Son of God. Ps. Rejoice in the Lord, 0 Ye Righteous; for it becometh well the Just to be thankful. . . As such a star of glory do the Saints shine brilliantly; for having pour-ed out their life-blood, they were deem-ed meet for the remission of sin in Thy Kingdom. , Rejoice we all, ..and pr;"aise the Lord, celebrating a Holy Day in honour of An the Saints; The joys of Heaven ~ow put forth supernal praise unto, all them together for this day,' i In whose Solemnity the Angels are joyful, Chanting their canticles unto Christ with melodious voices; And glorify the Son of: God. . y. Glory be to the F1!lther, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost. As it was in the begimtlng, both now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen. ' Come ye, swiftly ch~nting the sounds of harmony with the device of melody. : Rejoice we all, and praise the Lord, celebrating a Holy Day in honour of An the Saints; Let the blossoming of virtues be in balanc-ed conformity with our mouths; In whose Solemnity the Angels are joyful, As Enduring companions of the radiant blooming on high, And glorify the Son of God. Ps, Great is the Lord, and highly to be Prais-ed in the City of Our God, even upon His Holy Hill, and! the joy of the whole Earth; We that have been nourish-ed with kindly sweetness within the embrace of Our Mother the Church, come ye and sing: Rejoice we all, and praise the Lord, celebrating a Holy Day in honour of All the Saints; ! For unto them is accorded the Highest Honour, and the Divine Vision the King Who is the Highest , i In whose Solemnity the Angels are joyful, For they behold their number in the Heights beingrightly resto-red; And glorify the Son of: God.
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The K yrie should be sung wit~ V erses . T he Gloria is sung. The Collects: i ' Yr. The Lord be with you.~. And with thy spirit. yr; Let us pray. W~ beseech Thee, 0 Lord, mercifully to look upon our infirmities, and, at the intercession of all Thy Saints, turn from us all those evils that we most righteously have deserved. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages.' ~. Amen. y. Let us pray. (Here are added any special Collects of commemoration, such as the Collect of an occuring Sunday. Then are added the following Collects.) On Sundays after Trinity only, there is added: Almightt and Everlasting God, Who hast given unto us Thy servants grace, by the confession of the True Faith, to acknowledge the glory of the Eternal Trinity,; and in the power of Thy! Majesty to worship the Unity, we beseech Thee that Tho~ wouldest keep us steadfast in This Faith, and evermore defend us from all adversities. Grant, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord God, that we Thy servants may enjoy continual health of mind and body; and through the glorious intercession of the blessed ever-Virgin Mary, may be delivered from present sorrow, and may have the fruition of everlasting joI. • Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty God, that the intercession of Mary, the Holy God-Bearer, and of aU the holy and heavenly powers, and of the blessed .'>

Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostles, Evangelists, martyrs, confessors, and virgins, and especially Saints NN. (here is mentioned the Saints of both the Western and Eastern Calendars (lEI) whose Feasts fall 011- this day, which are as [ ollows.), Benignus [of Dijon, Priest, M.], Csesarlus [of Terraclna in Africa, Deacon,· M.], Julian [of Africa, Priest, M.] Marcellus [of Paris, cm.], Severin us [of Tiboli, C.B.], Vigour [of Bayeux, C.B.], . Mathurin [of Sens, C.], Mary [the Slave, of Old Rome, V.M.], Hilary [of Poitlers, c.1, Juvency [of Spain, Pri!st, C.], ' Ap911in3ris [of Laodlcla, C.], "" lEI Cosmas [the Unmercenary, of Mesopotamia, C.]; lEI Damian [the Unmercenary, of Mesopotamia, C.], lEI Theodota [mother of Cosmas and Damian, of Mesopotamia, Matron], lEI Herm.ene~ild [the Goth, of Spain, Prince, M.], lEI Cyrenia lof Ctllcia, M.], ' lEI Juliana [of Cilicia"M.], . lEI Casarius [of Damascus, M.], lEI Daclus [of Damascus, M.], lEI Sabbas [of Damascus, M.J,~ lEI Sabinian [of Damascus, M.], lEI Agrippa [of Damascus, M.], lEI Adrian [of Damascus, M.], lEI Thomas [of Damascus, M.], lEI John [of Persia, M!.B.], lEI James [of Persia, Priest, M.], lEI James [of Mt. Athos, M.], . lEI James [his disciple; of Mt. Athos, M.], lEI Dlonyslus [anotherdlsclple, of Mt. Athos, M.], lEI Cyprian [M.], . lEI Luliana [M.], . lEI David [of Euboia, C.], lEI Cosmas [of Verkhoturye, M.], Austremonius [of Clermont, C.B.], {Caisarlus [of Damascus, M.],} . {Dacius [of Damascus, M.l,} {and their Companions at Damascus, [MM.], and Saints} {John [of Persia, M.B~],} IJames Iof Persia, Prlest, M.]}, Marcellus [of Paris, C,Bo], Amabilis [of Auvergne, C.], Dingad [of Wales, C.], Cledwyn [of Wales, Pabiali [of Wales, C.], Cadfan [of Wales, Abbot, Co], Ceitho [of Wales, Co], ' Licinius [of Angers, C~B.], Ceesarius [of Clermont, CoB.], FJoribert [of Ghent, Abbot, c.l, Genesius [of Fontanelle, C.B.], Germanus [of Montfort, C.l, and all Thy Saints may everywhere make us gladtrso that while we commemorate their memory,' we may be conscious of their assistance. (The following Collect for the Church need not be added, but is added only if the Celebrant wish,' or if the number of Collects otherwise would not be an odd number.) .' Mercifully receive, 0 Lord, the prayers of Thy Church; that being delivered from all adversities: and errors, It may serve Thee in perfect liberty. • (Here may be added up to three more Collects, as the Celebrant wishes, so that the total numberjo] Collects is an odd number not exceeding seven.

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The Collects are then concluded as follows:} Through (the Same) Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, y. Through all the ages of ages. lY. Amen, For the Epistle: : A Reading from the Bbok of the Apocalypse of blessed John the Apostle: . Behold I, John, saw ~ Angel ascending from the East, having the Seal of the Living God; and he. erie with.a loud voice to the four Angels.: to whom it was given to hurt the Earth nd the sea, Saying, "Hurt not th~· Earth, neither the sea, nor the trees, till we have sealed the servants of Our G,d in their foreheads." And I heard the number of them' which were sealed; and there were sealed an hundred and forty and four thousand of all the Tribes of the Children of brn~. i. Of the Tribe of Ju~a were sealed twelve thousand. Of the Tribe of Reuben were sealed twelve thousand. Of the Tribe of Gad were sealed twelve thousand. Of the Tribe of Aser were sealed twelve thousand. Of the Tribe of Nephthalim were sealed twelve thousand. ' Of the Tribe of Manasses were sealed twelve thousand. . . Of the Tribe of Simeon were sealed twelve thousand. Of the. Tribe of Levi were sealed twelve thousand. Of the Tribe of Issachar were sealed twelve thousand. i Of the Tribe of Zabulon were sealed twelve thousand. Of the Tribe of Joseph were sealed twelve 'thousand. Of the Tribe of Benjamin were sealed twelve thousand. After this I beheldv] and, 10, a great multitude, which nb man could number, of all nations, and lklndreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the Throne, and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands; And cried with a loud voice, saying, "Salvation to our God Which sitteth upon the Throne, 'and unto the Lamb." . . And all the Angels stbod round about the Throne, and about the EIders and the Four Beasts, and fe.1 before the Throne on their faces, and worshipped God, ' Saying, "Amen. Blessing, and Glory, and Wisdom, and thanksgiving, and honour, and Power, and mjght, be unto Our God for ever and ever. Amen." (Apoc. 7: 2 - 12) W. Tha"ks be to God.

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The Gradual: o fear the Lord, 0 yel Saints of His; for they that fear Him lack nothing. "/I. But they that seek the Lord shall want' no manner of thing that is good. o fear the Lord, 0 ye Saints of His; for they that fear Him lack nothing. The Alleluya: Alleluya. Alleluya. ; y. The Saints shall judge the nations, people; and Their Lord shallrelgn for ever. Alleluya. :

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The Sequence: : To Christ, the Glori o'_'s, let our white-ro-bed bands chant their melodic hymns - .; Upon This Holy Festival, extolling all the Company of Saints. First, let our voice in Mary's praise now resound, Through whom the' Prize of Life doth to us accrue, o Queen, who art both Mother and pure Virgin, Gain pardon through Thy Son for our transgressions. May the blest Angels' holy Congregation, And glorious Archangelic Company, Now bring about the dilution of our sins, And station us higlt in the joys of Heav-en.

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Thou Prophet, Herald, Light, and more than Prophet, Lighten our path, and purify our bodies; Prince of Apostles, with thy holy band, Confirm,we pray ,ithe hearts of all in Truth, o glorious Stephan, wlth thy glitt'ring crown, And all the noble arjny of the Martyrs, Grant us bold hearts, strengthen our mortal bodies, That Holy Cross th~ enemy may vanquish. Great Martin, and thel Company of Bishops, Our meek petitions I please graciously accept. Queen of the Virgin B~nd, highly exalted, o Mother Intact, V:irgin once great with Child, AU-Holy, and chaste, ~evotecYto the Lord, Preserve our souls, .and purify our bodies. May Monks, uplifting lven'rabJe voices, And all the Conf'raternltles of Saints, Govern our times by their unceasing prayers, And lead us to true joys in Heav'n above; Let the Redeem-ed devoutly say, "Amen." The GO!l!el:

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The Holy Gospel according to Matthew. ~. Glory be to Thee, 0 Lord. At that time: Jesus, Seeing the multitudes, went up into a mountain; and when He was Set, His disciples came unto Him; And He opened His M~uth, and taught them, Saying, . "Blessed are the poor in spirit; for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. "Blessed are they that Imourn; for they shall be comforted. "Blessed are the meek; for they shall inherit the Earth. "Blessed ar~~they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness; for they, shall be filled,' "Blessed are the mercltul; for they shall obtain mercy. "Blessed are the pure in heart; for they shall see God. "Blessed are the peacemakers; for they shall be called the Children of God. "Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake; for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. "Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for My Sake. • "Rejoice, and be exceeding glad; for great is your reward in Heaven; for so persecuted they the Prophets which were before you." (Mat. 5: 1 - 12) ~. Praise be to Thee, 0 Christ.
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The Creed is sung. The Offertory: W. The Lord be with you. W. And with thy spirit. Let us pray. . He That is willing to grant the bestowal of His awsome power, come ye and sing: God is Wonderful in' His Saints, even the God of Isra-el, He will give strength and Power unto His [people; Bless-ed be God, alleluya. He That saf eguardeth. and redeemeth and crownetn the righteous, come .ye ~~. . 'fl. Let God arise, and let His enemies be scatter-ed; let them also that hate Him flee before Him. Bless-ed be God, alleluya. As wax meltetb in. the fire and is render-ed supple: y. Let the ungodly! perish at the Presence of God; but let the righteous be glad, and rejoice before God; let them also be merry and joyful. Bless-ed be God, alleluya. •

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y. Let us pray. We offer unto .Thee, 0 Lord, our gifts and devotions, that they may both be well-pleasing unto Thee in honour' of AI! Saints, and through Thy mercy, be made profitable unto our, salvation. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and relgneth with Thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through al~theages of ages. IV. Amen. y. Let us pray. . (Here are added any special Secrets of commemoration, if such Collects were added above. Then ase added the fo1l9wing Secrets.) On Sundays affer Trinity only, there is added: ' Sanctify, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord ,God, Holy Trinity, through the invocation of Thy Holy Name, the offering of This Oblation; and through it perfect us ourselves to be an eternal gift unto Thee. By' Thy mercy, 0 Lo~d, and by the intercession of the ever-Virgin Mary, may This Oblation avail to our everlasting and present prosperity and peace. Graciously receive, 0: Lord, the gifts which we offer; and through the intercession ,Of M,' ary, the ~~essed, and glorious,and ev, r-Virgin God-Bearer, e together with all Thy Saints, eefend us from-every danger. (The [ollowing Secret the Church. should be added only if the Celebrant added the Collect for. (he Church among the Collects bef orehandt] Protect us, 0 Lord, beseech Thee, as we wait upon Thy Mysteries; that adhering to Things Divine we may serve Thee both in body and soul. . (Here may be added up to three more Secrets, corresponding to the Collects the Celebrant added bef orehand , so that the total number of Secrets is an odd number not exceeding seven. The Secrets are then concluded as follows.) , ' Through (the Same) pur Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, Yr. Through all the ages of ~~es. ty. .Amen, Yr. The Lord bewlth you. Iil, And with thy spirit. Yr. Lift up' your heatts.~. We lift them up unto the Lord. Let us give thanks unto Our Lord God. ~ .. It is meet and right so to do. i

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, It is very meet and just, right and avail~ble for our salvation, that we should at all times and: in all placesgive thanks unto Thee, 0 Lord, Holy Father, Almighty and Everlasting God; suppliantly crying out for Thy clemency; that Thou mayest join our ~oys with Thy Saints exulting in the jnanslons of the Heavenly Kingdom; and even though we cannot follow them in the imitation of virtue, may we attain thereunto as the result of bounden veneration. Through Christ Our Lord. Through ~hom Angels praise Thy Majesty, Dominions adore, Powers tremble. The Heavens, and the heavenly Virtues, and the blessed Seraphim unite in. one glad I voice in extolling Thee. Together with whom, we pray Thee, that Thou would est command that our voices should have entrance, humbly confessing Thee, and! saying:

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(Here follows the Sanctus , the Canon, and the Our Father] The Benediction with the Holy Mysteries: YJ. May the Almighty Lord, the Praise and Victory of the Saints, Who through the Bearing of the Yirgin Mary hath triumphantly redeemed the human race, deign to bless you with ~he commendations of all the Saints. IV. Amen. Y. And may He Who adorned the Holy Church- with the flower of virtues by the teaching of the Faith of the Apostles, by the outpouring of the blood of the Martyrs, by th~ manifestation of the work of the Holy Fathers, and by the Virgins' love of chastity, vigilantly enkindle desire in your hearts for their examples.~. Amen., , JI. That as on this day ye are generally thankful for the Solemnity of all the Saints, may ye fare so w~1l with the fruit of good work that ye be perpetually joined to their company.~.: Amen. • y. Which may He deign to grant, Whose Kingdom and Power remain without end, throughout the' ages of ages. W. Amen.
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y. May the Im.t:§tililliigOf God, the Fa- (Ii) ther, and the ~ SOil, and the Holy (+) Ghost, and His Peace, remain with you always. Amen.

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Here follows the Agnus Dei. The Communion (to be chanted by All): (The Cathedral Graduale assigns the following Antiphon for the Communions] .. ! • Ye that meetly bear th~ sweet rewards of eternal lif e , come ye 'and sing: Rejoice. in the Lord, ~ Ye Righteous, alJeluya; for it ,becometh well the Just to be thankful, alleluya.] ' Ps, Praise the Lord; with harp; sing praises unto him with the lute, and instrument of ten strings. i . Rejoice in the Lord, P Ye Righteous, alleluya; for it becometh well the Just to be thankful, alleluya. . y. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, III and to the Holy Ghost. As it was in the beglrming, both now and ever l and unto the ages of ages. Amen. Rejoice in .the Lord, O Ye Righteous, alleluya; for it becometh well the Just to be thankful, alleluya, (But the Monastic Graduale assigns the following Antiphon for the Communion.) . ~ Having Attain-ed the increase of the peoples, J graciously grant it unto you to mount up onto the Throne in Heaven, and be fill-ed with the Holy Ghost. I have chosen you out of the world, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, Pledging unto Me the vanguard of the faithful that 'proffer worship unto Christ '. And that your fruit should remain. Ps. Thou art acquainted with all My ways; for 10, there is not a worUin My Toqgue. . I have chosen iyou out of the world, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and ~hat your fruit should remain. • YI. Glory be ito the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost. . As it was in th:e beginning, both now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen. I have chosen you out of the world, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and !that your fruit should remain.

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The Postcommunions: Yr. The Lord be with you.~. And with thy spirit. y. Let us pray. Grant, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord, unto Thy faithful people, through the partaking of This Sacrament, that they may ever rejoice in venerating All Thy Saints; and may be defended by their perpetual assistance. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and relgneth with Thee, in the uni~:t of the Holy .Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages.~. Amen. 'fl. Let us pray. (Here are added any special Post communions of commemoration. Then are added the following Postcommunions.) On Sundays after Trinity only, there is added: May the reception of This Sacrament, 0 Lord Our God, and the confession of the EVerlasting Holy Trinity, and of the Undivided Unity of the Same, be profitable to our salvation both i~ body and soul. Grant, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord, that we who have received This Assistance towards our salvation, may be preserved everywhere by her intercession in veneration of whom we have presented This Oblation to Thy Majesty. ! We have received, 0 Lord, This Heavenly Sacrament, celebrating the memory of the blessed God-Bearer, the ever-Virgin Mary, and of all Thy Saints; grant, we beseech Thee, that assisted by their prayers, what we now do in this ..:

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The Final Prayer Over The People: The Celebrant then aaas a Final Prayer over the people by chanting: Let us pray. ' The Deacon (or Priest; if there be no Deacon) then chants: y. Bow down your heads before God. The Celebrant then concludes the prayer as follows: Almighty Everlasting God, Thou That makest us to. rejoice in the combined celebration of all the Saints; grant us, we beseech Thee, that .even as we are joyful together in keeping their commemoration by celebrating at this time, so also we may beraptured!in awe to gaze upon them in eternity. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and relgneth with Thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~_ Amen.

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The Pontifical Blessing: . '.' y_ May the Saviour of the world bless you, Who deigned to take upon Himself the Form of your humanity, and may He, by the intervention and prayer of the most holy Virgin Mary, mercifully release you from the chains of your sins. W. Amen. ! y_ May He vouchsafe you the benefits of His grace by the workings of blessed ,Michael the Archangel, together with all the orders of Heaven, whose Solemnity today ye most devoutly celebrate. ~. Amen. .. And may the Lord safeguard you from the machinations of your enemies through the helpings of the Apostles, who provided that ye be fortified and adorned with thelrdlselpllnes. W. Amen. y_ May He Who is! Your Redeemer commend you with the help of His Holy Martyrs, and may He! deliver you from all the disputes of your enemies. W- Amen. Yf- By the worklngs: of His Holy Confessors may the Lord make you to be blessed, Who hath illuminated their hearts made sacred with the grace of the Holy Ghost. W. Amen. , y_ And so may the ~edeemer of the human race deign to bless you with the beloved choirs of the Holy Virgins, Who hath granted not only to men, but also to women, whose gender: is frail, to triumph without harm.~. Amen. y_ That as those Sacred Virgins and All the Saints whose Feasts today the whole world doth celebrate, envigorated with the Divine Gift have gained the Heavenly Paradise, so also by their past sufferings and intervention may ye be deemed fit happily to possess: the Kingdom of the Heavens. Amen. y_ Which may He deign to grant, Whose Kingdom and Power remain without end, throughout the ages of ages. W- Amen. yr_ May the Blessing of God, the Father, and the'" Son, and the Holy (iii) Ghost, and His Peace, remain with you always. ~_ Amen. ,

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