During which the worshiper should prepare for the Mass of the Faithful by praying
the devotions with the Celebrant, and by reflecting on the Scriptures which are
read as part of the liturgy of this day. At a Low Mass the worshipers are directed,
not prescribed (!), to kneel at all times except for the Gospels (when they stand),
the Offertory and the Ablutions (when they sit).

❡The Priest comes before the Altar to begin the Mass by saying the preparation
with the server, or at the High Mass, with the Deacon and the Subdeacon.

Priest. In the Name of the Father, ✠ and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.
Priest. I will go unto the Altar of God.
Answer. Even unto the God of my joy and gladness.
Psalm 43, (Judica me, Deus)
Priest. Give sentence with me, O God, and defend my cause against the ungodly
people; * O deliver me from the deceitful and wicked man.
Answer. For thou art the God of my strength, why hast thou put me from thee:
and why go I so heavily, while the enemy oppresseth me?
Priest. O send out thy light and thy truth, that they may lead me: and bring me
unto thy holy hill, and to thy dwelling.
Answer. And that I may go unto the Altar of God, even unto the God of my joy and
gladness: and upon the harp will I give thanks unto thee, O God, my God.
Priest. Why art thou so heavy, O my soul: and why art thou so disquieted within
Answer. O put thy trust in God: for I will yet give him thanks, which is the help of
my countenance, and my God.
Priest. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.
Answer. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end.
Priest. I will go unto the Altar of God.
Answer. Even unto the God of my joy and gladness.

Verse. Our help ✠ is in the Name of the Lord.
Response. Who hath made heaven and earth.
Priest. I confess to God Almighty, to Blessed Mary Ever-Virgin, to blessed Michael
the Archangel, to Blessed John the Baptist, to the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, to
all the Saints, and to you, brethren, that I have sinned exceedingly in thought,
word, and deed, (here he thrice smites his breast) by my fault, by my own fault,
by my own most grievous fault. Therefore I beg blessed Mary Ever-Virgin, blessed
Michael the Archangel, blessed John the Baptist, the holy Apostles Peter and Paul,
all the Saints, and you, brethren, to pray for me to the Lord our God.
Answer. Almighty God have mercy upon thee, forgive thee thy sins, and bring
thee to everlasting life.
Priest. Amen.

by my own fault. When the Decalogue is omitted the Summary of the Law may also be said here. Almighty God have mercy upon you. and of] thy Saints. and bring you to everlasting life. and worthily magnify thy holy Name. all desires known. O Lord. Misereatur Priest. Indulgentiam Priest. Amen. And let my cry come unto thee. that we may be worthy to enter with pure minds into the Holy of holies. and thee. to Blessed Mary Ever-Virgin. Wilt thou not turn again and quicken us. Approaching the Altar the Priest says the following prayer: Aufer a nobis Take away from us our iniquities we beseech thee. and deed. The Lord be with you. by my own most grievous fault. and remission of our sins. by the merits of thy Saints if there are relicks in the Altar the bracketed words are added [whose relicks are here. Amen. I confess to God Almighty. to Blessed John the Baptist. to the holy Apostles Peter and Paul. the holy Apostles Peter and Paul. Verse. Response. Verse. And with thy spirit. te We beseech thee. ✠ absolution. to blessed Michael the Archangel. Answer. blessed Michael the Archangel. Answer. O Lord. to pray for me to the Lord our God. O Lord. Oramus. Through Christ our Lord. Father. (here they thrice smite their breast) by my fault. Father. Response. And grant us thy salvation. word. Answer. and from no secrets are hid: cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of thy Holy Spirit. hear my prayer. that it may please thee to forgive us all our sins. to all the Saints. Verse. through Christ our Lord. First Salutation: Priest. unto whom all hearts are open. That thy people may rejoice in thee. show thy mercy upon us. Amen. all the Saints. forgive you your sins. . O God? Response. that we may perfectly love thee. Therefore I beg blessed Mary Ever- Virgin. Let us pray. blessed John the Baptist. After which follows: Collect for Purity ALMIGHTY God. that I have sinned exceedingly in thought. Amen. ❡Here the Decalogue may be said. Here the Our Father may be said. Amen.Ministers. O Lord. and to thee. The Almighty and merciful Lord grant us pardon.

(bow head) O [Jesus] Christ. (bow head) we worship thee. have mercy upon us. Let us pray. O Lord. Amen. Second Salutation: Priest. Lord have mercy upon us. O Lord God. we glorify thee. THE EPISTLE ❡Then is read the Lesson or Epistle for the day. Introit or Opening Anthem ❡Having completed the preparation the Priest now goes the Epistle horn of the Altar and begins the Mass by reading the Introit which is – or has been – sung by the Choir (and the people) during the previous devotions. Christ have mercy upon us. We praise thee. Secret. good will towards men. Lord have mercy upon us. COLLECT OR COLLECTS OF THE DAY ❡Each Mass has three special prayers: Collect. O Lord God. Kyrie eleison LORD. art most high in the glory ✠ of God the Father. ❡Then. Lord have mercy upon us. (bow head) we give thanks to thee for thy great glory. Thou that sittest at the right hand of God the Father. if it is to be said. Christ have mercy upon us. (bow head) Jesus Christ. (bow head) receive our prayer. have mercy upon us. heavenly King. ❡At the conclusion the people respond: Amen. God the Father Almighty. The Lord be with you. Gradual ❡Anciently in between the Lesson and the Gospel is sung a Gradual and the . And with thy spirit. the only-begotten Son. Lord have mercy upon us. Lord have mercy upon us. For thou only art holy. They are the principal variable prayers. Christ have mercy upon us. with the Holy Ghost. have mercy upon us. And on earth peace. thou only. we bless thee. Answer. Lamb of God. Thou that takest away the sins of the world. The people respond: Thanks be to God. that takest away the sins of the world. Son of the Father. there follows: Gloria in excelcis Glory be to God on high. Postcommunion which always correspond.

and Apostolic Church: I acknowledge one Baptism for the remission of sins: And I look for the resurrection of the dead: And the ✠ Life of the world to come. to judge bot the quick and the dead. who spake by the Prophets: And I believe in one Holy. (kneel) And was incarnate by the Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary. And sitteth on the right hand of the Father: And he shall come again. Begotten of his Father before all worlds. who didst purge the lips of the Prophet Isaiah with a live coal: and of thy gracious mercy. . Begotten. Amen. The Father Almighty. Very God of very God. O Christ.Alleluia (or on penitential days the Tract instead of the Alleluia). It is a pledge of faithfulness of the Christian people. The Lord and Giver of Life. THE GOSPEL ❡Then is read the Gospel for the day. be upon me. And I believe in the Holy Ghost. but at Low Mass the Celebrant himself asks God for his blessing for this purpose. And in one Lord (bow head) Jesus Christ. Amen. Here Jesus Christ approaches as the word received in the hearing. that I may worthily proclaim thy holy Gospel. that I may worthily and rightly proclaim his Gospel. ❡At High Mass the Deacon asks the Celebrant's blessing to read the Gospel. Third Salutation Priest. And of all things visible and invisible. The Nicene Creed ❡Here is recited or sung the Nicene Creed. Let thy blessing. O Lord. Who proceedeth from the Father and the Son. and on my lips. O Lord. Answer. Dominus sit. O Almighty God. vouchsafe so to purify me. And was made man: (rise) And was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate. And with thy spirit. God of God. The Lord be in my heart. Light of Light. When the reading has been concluded the people respond: Praise be to thee. ❡Now follows the reading of the Gospel passage. the only- begotten Son of God. with glory. Amen. Maker of heaven and earth. He suffered and was buried: And the third day he rose again according to the Scriptures: And ascended into heaven. Whose kingdom shall have no end. Jube. Being of one substance with the Father. Catholic. The Lord be with you. ❡Then the priest announces the Gospel to which the people respond: Glory to thee. Who with the Father and the Son (bow head) together is worshipped and glorified. By whom all things were made: Who for us men and our salvation came down from heaven. Private Prayers of the Celebrant before the Gospel ❡The reading of the Gospel is preceded by appropriate ceremonial and so teaches the deep reverence with which the Gospel ought to be received. Domine. through Christ our Lord. The Gospel reading is the climax of the Mass of the Catuchmens. Munda cor meum Cleanse my heart and my lips. not made. I believe in one God.

and so let our sacrifice be in thy sight this day. and negligences. We read that He did these four things: 1. Fourth Salutation Priest. Offerimus tibi We offer unto thee. And with thy spirit. Amen. ❡ The Offertory sentence is now sung by the Choir and people. humbly beseeching thy mercy that it may go up before thy Divine Majesty with a sweet savour for our salvation. Amen. The Offertory [sit] ❡Then shall be said or sung the Offertory sentence appointed. that it may be well pleasing unto thee.qui humanae substantie O God. let us be accepted by thee. in the unity of the Holy Ghost. ✠ who didst wonderfully create. liveth and reigneth God. 3. He gave thanks. Suscipe. O Holy Father. Answer. for my countless sins. The Lord be with you. He gave it to them. PART II: THE MASS OF THE FAITHFUL The Mass is an act of obedience to our Lord who said do this in remembrance of me. who with thee. standing upright. The “Mass of the Faithful” is that part of the Mass in which the Priest ought to DO what Jesus DID. 4. shall slightly raise his hands and join them together saying. He brake the Bread. Deus. O Lord our God. world without end. Jesus Christ. my God. the Priest first saying. The Priest then blesses the water saying (except in Masses of the Dead when it is not said). the living and the true. In spiritu humilitas In the spirit of humility. Only the Baptized can participate in this part of the Mass. grant unto us. and that of the whole world. Amen. that through the mystery of this water wand Wine. offences. both quick and dead: that it may be profitable both to me and to them for salvation unto life eternal. ❡Then the Priest bows and says. Meanwhile the Priest shall offer the Bread and Wine upon the Altar and read the appointed prayers of oblation. 2. sancte Pater Receive. Almighty and Everlasting God. ❡Then shall wine first be poured into the Chalice. He took Bread and Wine. thy Son our Lord. O Lord. ❡Then while placing the cup on the Altar the priest says. ❡Then the Priest. for all here present. we may be sharers in his divinity who vouchsafed to be made partaker of our humanity. and with a contrite heart. the Cup of Salvation. and yet more wonderfully renew the dignity and nature of man. . O Lord. Holding and moderately elevating the patten and Host the priest says. and for all the faithful in Christ. Let us pray. this spotless Host. which I thine unworthy servant do offer unto thee.

that we should at all times. and in all places. and may they whose memory we celebrate on earth vouchsafe to intercede for us in heaven. Holy Father. We lift them up unto the Lord. and of all thy Saints. sanctificator Come. Having completed the Psalm the Priest shall bow and say. Lord God of hosts. HOLY. Priest. brethren. that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God the Father Almighty. and in honour of Blessed Mary Ever Virgin. sancta Trinitas Receive. Let us give thanks unto our Lord God. or else immediately shall be said or sung by the Priest. May the Lord receive this sacrifice at thy hands. fratres [kneel] Priest. Answer. Amen. IT is very meet. Everlasting God. Answer. right. The Lord be with you. to the praise and glory of his Name. ❡Then shall the Priest turn to the people and say. this oblation which we offer unto thee. O Sanctifier. and ascension Jesus Christ our Lord. HOLY. Lift up your hearts. ❡Here shall follow the Proper Preface. It is meet and right so to do. And with thy spirit. People. and with all the company of heaven. and saying. and our bounden duty. Everlasting God. Hosanna in the highest. ❡Priest and People. give thanks unto thee. . HOLY. in memory of the passion. Priest. resurrection. Almighty. BLESSED is he ✠ that cometh in the Name of the Lord. (see insert) THEREFORE with Angels and Archangels. Through the same Christ our Lord. and bless this sacrifice made ready for thy Holy Name. Priest. People. Priest. The Secrets [kneel] ❡Then the Priest shall read silently the Secret or Secrets of the Day. Fifth Salutation Sursum corda and Preface [kneel] Priest. evermore praising thee. that it may avail them to their honour and us to our salvation. and at the end shall say. according to the time. 6-12) while the server pours water over the fingers of the Priest. Veni. O Lord. to which the People respond. of blessed John the Baptist. to our benefit and that of all his holy Church. Pray. PREFACE TO THE CANON OF THE MASS Anciently the Canon of the Mass began here. Amen. Suscipe. of the holy Apostles Peter and Paul. O Holy Trinity. Heaven and earth are full of thy glory: Glory be to thee. Almighty. Amen. Orate. World without end. ❡Then shall the Priest recite the Lavabo Psalm (26 vs. O Lord Most High. if there be any specially appointed. we laud and magnify thy glorious Name.

graciously to accept: and order our days in thy peace. Clement. Philip. for themselves. Cornelius. unite and govern it throughout the whole world: with thy servant N. James. and bless. through Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord. and N. vouchsafe in all things to make bles✠ sed. O Lord. we beseech thee. Cyprian. Memento. we humbly pray and beseech thee. Domine Remember. THE CANON OF THE MASS [kneel] Te igitur Therefore. and bid us to be delivered from eternal damnation. Lawrence. John and Paul.. Chrysogonus. [in certain seasons an extra phrase is added here] and venerating the memory. first of the glorious ever-Virgin Mary. which. our own Bishop. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. O Lord. [in certain seasons an extra phrase is added here] we beseech thee. O God. Cletus. thy servants and handmaids. and for all to whom they are bound: for the redemption of their souls. reasonable. rati✠ fied. James. N. Hanc igitur This oblation. Bartholomew. appro✠ ved. Cosmas and Damian: and of all thy Saints. of our bounden service. Through the same Christ our Lord. and such as have the Catholic and Apostolic faith in due estimation. we offer unto thee for thy holy Catholic Church: that thou vouchsafe to pacify. therefore. keep. Paul. the eternal. Simon and Thaddeus: Linus. and acceptable: that unto us it may become the Bo✠ dy and Blo✠ od of thy most dearly beloved Son. our Pope. Amen. first of all. Amen. Thomas. for the hope of their salvation and safety: and who render their vows unto thee. for whom we offer unto the: or who themselves offer unto thee this sacrifice of praise. and to be numbered in the flock of thine elect. these holy ✠ and unspotted sacrifices. these ✠ gifts. living and true God. Andrew. John. and N. and all here present whose faith and devotion unto thee are known and manifest. as also of all thy family. and all true believers. Xystus. these ✠ offerings. Mother of our God and Lord Jesus Christ as also of thy blessed Apostles and Martyrs. our Lord . Communicantes or Infra Actionem Joining in communion. Quam oblationem Which oblation do thou. by whose merits and prayers grant thou that in all things we may be defended with the help of thy protection. that thou accept. Matthew. most gracious Father. Peter.

Supra quae propitio Upon which vouchsafe to look with a favourable and serene countenance: and to accept them. Nobis quoque peccatoribus To us sinners also. as also his resurrection from hell and glorious ascension into heaven: do offer unto thine excellent majesty of thine own gifts and bounty. Ignatius. together with thy holy people. even as thou didst accept the gifts of thy just servant Abel. Agnes. Cecilia. Through the same Christ our Lord. ye all. but granting us forgiveness. of this: For this is my Body Simili modo Likewise after supper. Alexander. To them. thy servants and handmaids N. our Lord. Barnabas. and N. Pepetua. O God. who have gone before us with the sign of faith. of the new and eternal testament: the mystery of faith: which shall be shed for you and for many. may be fulfilled with all heavenly benediction and grace. Matthias. Anastasia. O Lord. took bread into his holy and venerable hands. giving thanks to thee. taking also this excellent Chalice into his holy and venerable hands: and giving thanks to thee. Peter. his almighty Father. Lucy. Supplices te rogamus We humbly beseech thee. and the Chalice ✠ of everlasting salvation. mindful of the blessed passion of the same Christ thy Son our Lord. brake. the spotless Host. the holy ✠ Bread of eternal life. dost San✠ ctify. Through the same Christ. Unde et memores Wherefore. a holy ✠ Host. Qui pridie Who the day before he suffered. a spotless ✠ Host. and gave to his disciples. O Lord. vouchsafe to grant some part and fellowship with thy holy Apostles and Martyrs: with John. in the presence of thy divine majesty: that. a pure ✠ Host. Felicitas. saying: Take and drink. Through Christ our Lord. of it. Stephen. O Lord. which thy high priest Melchisedech offered unto thee. we also thy servants. ye all. almighty God: command thou these to be brought by the hands of thy holy Angel to thin altar on high. thy servants.Jesus Christ. he bles✠ sed. Per quem By whom. Commemoratio pro Defunctis Remember. and the sacrifice of our Patriarch Abraham: and the holy sacrifice. saying: Take and eat. all these good things thou dost ever create. not weighing our merit. and peace. for the remission of sins. . he blessed. and lifting up his eyes to heaven unto thee. and with all thy Saints: within whose fellowship we beseech thee admit us. Amen. light. O Lord. and gave to his disciples. trusting in the multitude of thy mercies. and rest in the sleep of peace. we beseech thee to grant a place of refreshing. as many of us as by this partaking of the altar shall receive the most sacred Body and Blood of thy Son. and to all that rest in Christ. Marcellinus. For this is the Chalice of my Blood. Agatha.

Amen. ever one God. O Lord. Grant them rest eternal. In Masses of the Dead O Lamb of God. Through the same Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord. that takest away the sins of the world: away the sins of the world: Grant us thy peace. and to come: and at the intercession of the blessed and glorious Ever-Virgin Mary. all honour. [For thine is the kingdom. And forgive us our trespasses. And with thy spirit. Sixth Salutation Priest. and with ✠ him. Agnus Dei In Masses of the Living. that takest O Lamb of God. People. that takest O Lamb of God. Mother of God. Thy kingdom come. Per ipsum Through ✠ him. Give us this day our daily bread. that we. Answer. and with Andrew. and the power. world without end. and in ✠ him. that takest away the sins of the world: away the sins of the world: Have mercy upon us. and glory: Throughout all ages. O Lamb of God. being holpen by the succour of thy mercy. O God the Father ✠ almighty. we beseech thee. Libera nos Deliver us.] ❡Then shall the Priest say silently. Amen. O Lamb of God. we are bold to say. ble✠ ss. World without end. with thy blessed Apostles Peter and Paul. and the glory. Pater Noster And now. Amen. People. Amen. Grant them rest. in the unity of the Holy ✠ Ghost. Hallowed be thy Name. As we forgive those who trespass against us. Grant them rest. who liveth and reigneth with thee. may both alway be free from sin and safe from all disquietude. ❡Then shall the priest say silently. that takest away the the sins of the world: away the sins of the world: Have mercy upon us. Priest. give peace graciously in our days. for ever and ever. from all evils. Thy will be done. Haec commixtio May this mingling and consecration of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ our Lord be unto us who receive it an approach to everlasting life. And lead us not into temptation. commanded by saving precepts and taught by divine example. and with all Saints. OUR Father. and bestow upon us. is unto thee. in the unity of the Holy Ghost. The peace of the Lord be alway with you. who art in heaven. present. . On earth as it is in heaven. that takest O Lamb of God. ❡Then shall the priest say silently.quick✠ en. past. But deliver us from evil.

but in thy manifold and great mercies. Then all shall say together. non sum dignus Lord. The Body of our Lord Jesus Christ. but speak the word only and my soul shall be healed. my peace I give unto you: regard not my sins. but the faith of thy Church. (iii) ❡Then shall the Priest purify the sacred vessels and shall read the Communion Sentence appointed for the Day. O merciful Lord. Amen. ❡Then receiving the Blood he says. ❡Then shall the Priest receive Holy Communion first preparing himself saying (three times and beating his breast). and grant to it that peace and unity which is according to thy will. Prayer of Humble Access [kneel] WE do not presume to come to this thy Table. I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak the word only and my soul shall be healed. and our souls washed through his most precious blood. and lastly. so to eat the flesh of thy dear Son Jesus Christ. which was shed for me. that our sinful bodies may be made clean by his body. Domine. which was given for me. Quid retribuam What reward shall I give unto the Lord for all the benefits that he hath done unto me? I will receive the Cup of Salvation and call upon the Name of the Lord. Amen. Panem cealestem I will receive the bread of heaven and call upon the Name of the Lord. Domine. Peace I leave with you. have mercy upon us is not said. and that we may evermore dwell in him. grant them rest everlasting. and to drink his blood. preserve my body and soul unto everlasting life. grant them rest. I will call upon the Lord.O Lord Jesus Christ. We are not worthy so much as to gather up the crumbs under thy Table. and he in us. Nor does the Priest strike his reast. . whose property is always to have mercy: Grant us therefore. but speak the word only and my soul shall be healed. ❡In Masses for the Dead. so shall I be safe from mine enemies. non sum dignus Lord. The Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. trusting in our own righteousness. world without end. who saidst to thine Apostles. Who livest and reignest God. Lord I am not worthy: that thou shouldest come under my roof. Holy Communion [kneel] Ecce. behold him that taken away the sins of the world. gracious Lord. Agnus Dei Behold the Lamb of God. Amen. which is worthy to be praised. But thou art the same Lord. I am not worthy: that thou shouldest come under my roof. (iii) ❡Then receiving the Body he says. preserve my body and soul unto everlasting life. Amen. but instead.

O heavenly Father. ❡At the end of the Collect or Collects the People shall say. the People kneeling. The Lord be with you. Amen. O Holy Trinity. Postcommunion Collect or Collects [kneel at Low Mass. and grant that this sacrifice which I. and that we are very members incorporate in the mystical body of thy Son. with thee and the Holy Ghost.❡Before taking the first ablution the Priest silently prays. stand at High Mass] ❡The Priest shall then read the Postcommunion Collect or Collects appointed for the day. ALMIGHTY and everliving God. O Lord. Answer. Let us pray. Dismissal and Blessing [kneel at Low Mass. by the merits of his most precious death and passion. to whom. stand at High Mass] Let us pray. ❡Then shall the Priest say his final private prayer. have offered in the sight of thy Majesty. all unworthy. through Jesus Christ our Lord. and be for me and all them for whom I . or Let us bless the Lord. and grant that no spot of sin may abide in me. may be acceptable unto thee. and that from this temporal gift my come unto us life everlasting. the Priest shall dismiss them saying. and dost assure us thereby of thy favour and goodness towards us. for that thou dost vouchsafe to feed us who have duly received these holy mysteries. Amen. Depart in peace. Domine May thy Flesh which I have taken and thy Blood which I have drunk. first turning the People and saying. Answer. The Thanksgiving [kneel at Low Mass. Who livest and reignest for ever and ever. The Lord be with you. we may keep with a pure heart. And with thy spirit. stand at High Mass] Eight Salutation Priest. that we may continue in that holy fellowship. Then. and do all such good works as thou hast prepared for us to walk in. And we humbly beseech thee. with the spiritual food of the most precious Body and Blood of thy Son our Saviour Jesus Christ. or The Mass has ended. cleave unto mine inmost soul. And with thy spirit. ❡Before taking the second ablution the Priest silently prays. O Lord. Seventh Salutation Priest. world without end. Quod ore sumpsimus Grant that what we have received with the mouth. so to assist us with thy grace. which is the blessed company of all faithful people. Answer. and are also heirs through hope of thy everlasting kingdom. Thanks be to God. Priest. we most heartily thank thee. whose meat hath been thine incorrupt and holy sacraments. Corpus tuum. Placeat tibi Let this my bounden duty and service be pleasing unto thee. be all honour and glory. Amen.

There was a man sent from God. the ✠ Son. that all men through him might believe. Here rise. The Begin✠ning of the ✠ Gospel Accord✠ing to John. and remain with you always. And the light shineth in darkness. No Blessing is given in Masses of the Dead. In principio. be amongst you. And the Word was made flesh. (and we beheld his glory. Amen. But as many as received him. Amen. but was sent to bear witness of that Light. ❡But in Masses of the Dead. nor of the will or man. even to them that believe on his name: which were born. May they rest in peace. whose name was John. and the life was the light of men. but of God.have offered it. and dwelt among us. and the Answer is. Through Christ our Lord. The same was in the beginning with God. the glory as of the only begotten of the Father. IN the beginning was the Word. THE Peace of God. Answer. The same came for a witness.) full of grace and truth. and the Holy Ghost. keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of God. to bear witness of the Light. and the darkness comprehended it not. All things were made by him. . which lighteth every man that cometh into the world. not of blood. and the world was made by him. That was the true Light. Thanks be to God. O Lord. and then kneel and make their silent thanksgiving. to them gave he power to become the sons of God. a propitiation of thy loving-kindness. St. ℞. He came unto his own. which passeth all understanding. the Father. nor of the will of the flesh. The Last Gospel [stand] [At certain times another is here read as a commemoration] Ninth Salutation Priest. and the world knew him not. In him was life. Glory be to thee. and of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord: And the Blessing of God Almighty. The Lord be with you. He was not that light. He was in the world. Answer. And with thy spirit. and the Word was with God. the Dismissal is. ❡The People shall stand for the departure of the Priest and Servers. Here genuflect. and without him was not any thing made that was made. and the Word was God. John i. and his own received him not. Amen. Priest.