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Life of Our Most Holy Father St. Benedict
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CHAPTER XII.

How the solemnity of Lauds is to be performed.

For Sunday’s Lauds, first, let the sixtieth Psalm be said plainly, without an antiphon; after which, say the fiftieth with an “Alleluia;” then the hundred-and-seventeenth, and the sixty-second; then the “Blessings,”158158The Cant. Of the Three Children. “the Benedicite.” and “Praises”159159Pss. cxlviii. cxlix, cl. of which almost every verse begins by the word “Laudate,” were called “Laudes”., one lesson out of the Apocalypse said by heart, a responsory, a hymn, a versicle with a canticle out of the Gospel, and the Litanies, and so conclude.


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