Lauds on Tuesday

Tuesday at Lauds – Come, leave thy bed, to each he cries Who yet in idle slumber lies; Now chaste and just and sober stand And watch; my coming is at hand. ~Office Hymn: st. 2

Lauds on Monday

Monday at Lauds – O splendor of God’s glory bright, O thou that bringest light from light, O Light of Light, light’s living spring, O Day, all days illumining. ~Office Hymn: st. 1

Compline

Compline – Save us from troubled, restless sleep, from all ill dreams your children keep so calm our minds that fears may cease and rested bodies wake in peace. ~Office Hymn, st. 2

Lauds on Friday

Friday at Lauds – The faith that first must be possessed Root deep within our inmost breast, And joyous hope in second place, Then charity, thy greatest grace. ~Office Hymn: st. 4

Terce

Terce Let mouth and tongue, mind, sense, and strength God’s mighty actions tell at length; let love in flames of living fire the hearts of all the world inspire. ~Office hymn, st. 2

Lauds on Saturday

Saturday at Lauds – Each phantom of the night depart, Each thought of guilt forsake the heart; Let every ill that darkness brought Beneath its shade now come to nought. ~Office hymn, st. 2

Lauds on Wednesday

Wednesday at Lauds – Earth’s gloom flees broken and dispersed, By the sun’s piercing shafts coerced: The day-star’s eyes rain influence bright, And colors glimmer back to sight. ~Office Hymn, st. 2

Lauds on Tuesday

Tuesday at Lauds – Come, leave thy bed, to each he cries Who yet in idle slumber lies: Now chaste and just and sober stand And watch; my coming is at hand. ~Office Hymn, st 2

Lauds on Sunday

Sunday at Lauds – Shed through our hearts, O Lord, thy ray, Our souls’ dull slumber drive away: Thy Name be first on every tongue, To thee our earliest praises sung. ~Office Hymn, st. 4

Vespers on Tuesday

Tuesday at Vespers – Earth’s mighty Maker, whose command Raised from the sea the solid land And drove each billowy heap away And bade the earth stand firm for aye, That so the soil might herbage yield And blossoms fair to deck the field, And golden fruit and harvest bear, And pleasant food for...