22 April 2017

Low Sunday 1865


23 LOW SUNDAY, double. White. First Vespers of St Fidelis a Sigmaringa, commemoration of the Sunday. Red. Plenary Indulgence throughout the Octave of St George for Benefactors of the Poor-School Committee.
The Indulgence ends.

v  The time for fulfilling the precept of PASCHAL COMMUNION ends.

24 Monday St Fidelis a Sigmaringa, Martyr, double. Red.

25 Tuesday St Mark, Evangelist, double of the second class. Creed. Preface of the Apostles. Red. LITANIES. Violet.

26 Wednesday Sts Cletus and Marcellinus, Popes Martyrs, semidouble. Second prayers Concede. Third prayers for the Church or Pope. Red.

27 Thursday ST GEORGE, Patron of England, double of the First Class with an Octave (transferred from 23 April). Creed. Red.

28 Friday St Leo, Pope Confessor Doctor, double (transferred from 11 April). Third prayers of St Vitalis, Martyr. Creed. White. Abstinence.

29 Saturday. St Peter (of Verona), Martyr, double. Red.

The parish of St Mary, Gosport, is served by the Rev Angelo Maria Baldacconi DD as Missionary Rector.  Mass on Sundays at 8.00, 9.00 and 11.00.  On Holydays Mass is at 9.15.  On weekdays Mass is at 8.30. Vespers and Instruction on Sundays at 6.00, and on Holydays at 6.30. Rosary on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 6.30. Rosary and instruction every evening in Lent at 6.30.

In 2017 the Priest-in-Charge is Fr Serafino Lanzetta. Anticipated Mass on Saturday at St Columba’s Bridgemary at 6.00. On Sunday Mass is at 9.15 and 11.00 (OF) and 5.00 pm (EF). Weekday Mass (EF) at 7.00 am (Saturday 9.30). Weekday Mass (OF) at varying times at Gosport or Bridgemary (see Bulletin). Vespers Saturday at 6.30. Rosary at 7.45 am Monday to Friday, 10.30 Saturday, and 8.55 Sunday.

1 comment:

The Flying Dutchman said...

Thanks for your posts on the 1865 Ordo for England. I find this very interesting. Comparing parishes then and now is a nice touch.