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A Commentary On The Psalms From Primitive and Mediæval Writers Volumes 1 To 4 by Rev. J.M. Neale D.D.

1. At the beginning of the office, on all ferial days, Pss. 15, 150, and 117 are recited. On Sundays and festivals the Psalms vary.

2. A variable Anthem succeeds after one or two brief prayers.

3. The variable Prokeimenon or Prelude before the Epistle.

4. As the Priest takes the paten and chalice from the sacristy, he recites Ps. 22:26. “The poor shall eat and be satisfied.”

5. Before the Prayer of the Incense, Ps. 51:1–14 and 123:1–4 are sung.

6. After the Communion is over, and just before the blessing, Pss. 148 and 150 are sung by the priests.








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