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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 216 pages of information about The Divine Office.

Parts Pater Noster and Ave (Title xxxii)
  Credo (Title xxxiii)
  Domine labia mea—­Deus in
  Invitatory (Title xix)
  Hymns (Title xx)
  Antiphons (Title xxi)
  Psalms (Title xxii)
  Canticles
  Replies of Biblical Commission on Psalms
  Versicles and responds (Title xxiv)
  Absolutions and blessings (Title XXV)
  Lessons (Title xxiv)
  Responses (Title xxiv)
  Rubrics and Symbolism
  Te Deum (Title xxxi)
  Texts and Intentions

CHAPTER II.—­LAUDS AND PRIME TITLES (XIV AND XV).

Lauds. 
  Etymology, Definition, Symbolism, Origin, Antiquity. 
  Reasons for Hour, Structure, Rubrics
  Antiphons, Capitulum (Title XXX)
  Benedictus
  Oratio, Collect (Title XXX)
  Rubrics and explanation of Rubrics
  Texts and Intentions

Prime. 
  Etymology, Origin, Contents, Structure
  Athanasian Creed (Title xxxiii)
  Reasons for the Morning Hour and Rubrics
  Preces (Title XXXIV), Confiteor
  Structure and Short Lesson
  Texts and Intentions

CHAPTER III.—­TERCE, SEXT, NONE (TITLE XVI).

Terce. 
  Etymology, Structure, Antiquity. 
  Reasons for Hour
  Texts and intentions

Sext. 
  Etymology, structure, antiquity
  Reasons for Hour
  Texts and intentions

None. 
  Etymology, structure, antiquity
  Reasons for Hour
  Texts and intentions

CHAPTER IV.—­VESPERS AND COMPLINE PAGE (TITLE XVII-XVIII).

Vespers. 
  Etymology, structure, antiquity. 
  Reasons for Hour
  Texts and intentions

Compline. 
  Etymology, structure, antiquity
  Reasons for Hour
  Suffrages of the Saints (Title vii)
  Anthems of Blessed Virgin
  Texts and intentions

The Little Office of the Blessed Virgin (Title XXVII)

PART IV.

Heortology.

CHAPTER I.—­A.  PROPER OF THE TIME.

Advent
Christmas
St. Stephen; St. John; Circumcision; Epiphany;
  Septuagesima; Lent; Easter and Paschal Times;
  Ascension; Whit Sunday; Trinity Sunday

B. Proper of the saints.

December; January; February; March; May;
  June; July; August; October; November

ROGATION DAYS AND LITANIES

Note A. Breviary Hymns. 
Note B. Particular Examen. 
Note C. Bibliography.

PART I.

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