Friday 24 November 2017    (other days)
Saints Andrew Dũng-Lạc and his Companions, Martyrs 
 (Friday of week 33 in Ordinary Time)

Office of Readings

If you have already recited the Invitatory Psalm today, you should use the alternative opening.

Dómine, lábia mea apéries.
  Et os meum annuntiábit laudem tuam.
Lord, open our lips.
  And we shall praise your name.
Ps 94 (95)

Adhortamini vosmetipsos per singulos dies, donec illud «hodie» vocatur” (Hebr 3, 13).

Regem mártyrum Dóminum, veníte, adorémus.
(repeat antiphon*)
1Veníte, exsultémus Dómino;
  iubilémus Deo salutári nostro.
2Præoccupémus fáciem eius in confessióne
  et in psalmis iubilémus ei.
(repeat antiphon*)
3Quóniam Deus magnus Dóminus
  et rex magnus super omnes deos.
4Quia in manu eius sunt profúnda terræ,
  et altitúdines móntium ipsíus sunt.
5Quóniam ipsíus est mare, et ipse fecit illud,
  et siccam manus eius formavérunt.
(repeat antiphon*)
6Veníte, adorémus et procidámus
  et génua flectámus ante Dóminum, qui fecit nos,
7quia ipse est Deus noster,
  et nos pópulus páscuæ eius et oves manus eius.
(repeat antiphon*)
8Utinam hódie vocem eius audiátis:
  «Nolíte obduráre corda vestra,
9sicut in Meríba secúndum diem Massa in desérto,
  ubi tentavérunt me patres vestri:
  probavérunt me, etsi vidérunt ópera mea.
(repeat antiphon*)
10Quadragínta annis tæduit me generatiónis illíus,
  et dixi: Pópulus errántium corde sunt isti.
11Et ipsi non cognovérunt vias meas;
  ídeo iurávi in ira mea:
  Non introíbunt in réquiem meam».
(repeat antiphon*)
Glória Patri et Fílio*
  et Spirítui Sancto.
Sicut erat in princípio et nunc et semper*
  et in sǽcula sæculórum.
Regem mártyrum Dóminum, veníte, adorémus.*
Invitatory PsalmPsalm 94 (95)
The Lord is the king of martyrs: come, let us adore him.
(repeat antiphon*)
Come, let us rejoice in the Lord,
  let us acclaim God our salvation.
Let us come before him proclaiming our thanks,
  let us acclaim him with songs.
(repeat antiphon*)
For the Lord is a great God,
  a king above all gods.
For he holds the depths of the earth in his hands,
  and the peaks of the mountains are his.
For the sea is his: he made it;
  and his hands formed the dry land.
(repeat antiphon*)
Come, let us worship and bow down,
  bend the knee before the Lord who made us;
for he himself is our God and we are his flock,
  the sheep that follow his hand.
(repeat antiphon*)
If only, today, you would listen to his voice:
  “Do not harden your hearts
  as you did at Meribah,
on the day of Massah in the desert,
  when your fathers tested me –
they put me to the test,
  although they had seen my works.”
(repeat antiphon*)
“For forty years they wearied me,
  that generation.
I said: their hearts are wandering,
  they do not know my paths.
I swore in my anger:
  they will never enter my place of rest.”
(repeat antiphon*)
Glory be to the Father and to the Son
  and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning,
  is now, and ever shall be,
  world without end.
The Lord is the king of martyrs: come, let us adore him.*

* If you are reciting this on your own, you can choose to say the antiphon once only at the start of the psalm and not repeat it.

I. Quando Officium lectionis dicitur noctu vel summo mane:
Tu, Trinitátis Unitas,
orbem poténter qui regis,
atténde laudum cántica
quæ excubántes psállimus.
Nam léctulo consúrgimus
noctis quiéto témpore,
ut flagitémus vúlnerum
a te medélam ómnium,
Quo, fraude quicquid dǽmonum
in nóctibus delíquimus,
abstérgat illud cǽlitus
tuæ potéstas glóriæ.
Te corde fido quǽsumus,
reple tuo nos lúmine,
per quod diérum círculis
nullis ruámus áctibus.
Præsta, Pater piíssime,
Patríque compar Unice,
cum Spíritu Paráclito
regnans per omne sǽculum. Amen.
II. Quando Officium lectionis dicitur diurno tempore:
Adésto, Christe, córdibus,
celsa redémptis cáritas;
infúnde nostris férvidos
fletus, rogámus, vócibus.
Ad te preces, piíssime
Iesu, fide profúndimus;
dimítte, Christe, quǽsumus,
factis malum quod fécimus.
Sanctæ crucis signáculo,
tuo sacráto córpore,
defénde nos ut fílios
omnes, rogámus, úndique.
Sit, Christe, rex piíssime,
tibi Patríque glória
cum Spíritu Paráclito,
in sempitérna sǽcula. Amen.
In ancient times God spoke to us
Through prophets, and in varied ways,
But now he speaks through Christ his Son,
His radiance through eternal days.
To God the Father of the world,
His Son through whom he made all things,
And Holy Spirit, bond of love,
All glad creation glory sings.
Stanbrook Abbey Hymnal

Ps 34:1-2,3,9-12
Dominus salvator in persecutione

Congregati sunt ... et consilium fecerunt, ut Iesum dolo tenerent et occiderent” (Mt 26, 3. 4).

Exsúrge, Dómine, in adiutórium mihi.
1Iúdica, Dómine, iudicántes me;*
  impúgna impugnántes me.
2Apprehénde clípeum et scutum†
  et exsúrge in adiutórium mihi.*
  3cDic ánimæ meæ: «Salus tua ego sum».
9Anima autem mea exsultábit in Dómino*
  et delectábitur super salutári suo.
10Omnia ossa mea dicent:*
  «Dómine, quis símilis tibi?
Erípiens ínopem de manu fortiórum eius,*
  egénum et páuperem a diripiéntibus eum».
11Surgéntes testes iníqui,*
  quæ ignorábam, interrogábant me;
12retribuébant mihi mala pro bonis,*
  desolátio est ánimæ meæ.
Glória Patri et Fílio*
  et Spirítui Sancto.
Sicut erat in princípio et nunc et semper*
  et in sǽcula sæculórum.
Exsúrge, Dómine, in adiutórium mihi.
Psalm 34 (35)
The Lord, a saviour in time of persecution
O Lord, arise to help me.
Judge, Lord, those who are judging me:
  attack those who are attacking me.
Take up your shield and come out to defend me.
  Brandish your spear and hold back my pursuers.
Say to my soul, “I am your deliverance.”
Let them be thrown into confusion,
  those who are after my life.
Let them be weakened and put to flight,
  those who plan harm to me.
Let them be like chaff blowing in the wind,
  when the angel of the Lord scatters them.
Let their paths be dark and slippery,
  when the angel of the Lord harries them.
For it was without cause that they spread out their nets to ensnare me,
  without cause that they dug a pit to take my life.
Let death come upon them suddenly,
  may they be entangled in their own nets.
But my soul will exult in the Lord
  and rejoice in his aid.
My bones themselves will say
  “Lord, who is your equal?”
You snatch the poor man
  from the hand of the strong,
the needy and weak
  from those who would destroy them.
Glory be to the Father and to the Son
  and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning,
  is now, and ever shall be,
  world without end.
O Lord, arise to help me.

Ps 34:13-16
Iúdica causam meam; defénde, quia potens es, Dómine.
13Ego autem, cum infirmaréntur,*
  induébar cilício,
humiliábam in ieiúnio ánimam meam,*
  et orátio mea in sinu meo convertebátur.
14Quasi pro próximo et quasi pro fratre meo ambulábam,*
  quasi lugens matrem contristátus incurvábar.
15Cum autem vacillárem, lætáti sunt et convenérunt;*
  convenérunt contra me percutiéntes, et ignorávi.
16Diripuérunt et non desistébant; tentavérunt me,†
  subsannavérunt me subsannatióne,*
  frenduérunt super me déntibus suis.
Glória Patri et Fílio*
  et Spirítui Sancto.
Sicut erat in princípio et nunc et semper*
  et in sǽcula sæculórum.
Iúdica causam meam; defénde, quia potens es, Dómine.
Psalm 34 (35)
Lord, plead my cause; defend me with your strength.
Lying witnesses rose up against me;
  they asked me questions I could not answer.
They paid me back evil for the good I did,
  my soul is desolation.
Yet I – when they were ill, I put on sackcloth,
  I mortified my soul with fasting,
  I prayed for them from the depths of my heart.
I walked in sadness as for a close friend, for a brother;
  I was bowed down with grief as if mourning my own mother.
But they – when I was unsteady, they rejoiced and gathered together.
  They gathered and beat me: I did not know why.
They were tearing me to pieces, there was no end to it:
  they teased me, heaped derision on me, they ground their teeth at me.
Glory be to the Father and to the Son
  and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning,
  is now, and ever shall be,
  world without end.
Lord, plead my cause; defend me with your strength.

Ps 34:17-19,22-23,27-28
Lingua mea, tota die, meditábitur iustítiam tuam.
17Dómine, quámdiu aspícies?†
  Restítue ánimam meam a malignitáte eórum,*
  a leónibus únicam meam.
18Confitébor tibi in ecclésia magna,*
  in pópulo multo laudábo te.
19Non supergáudeant mihi inimíci mei mendáces,*
  qui odérunt me gratis et ánnuunt óculis.
22Vidísti, Dómine, ne síleas;*
  Dómine, ne discédas a me.
23Exsúrge et evígila ad iudícium meum,*
  Deus meus et Dóminus meus, ad causam meam.
27Exsúltent et læténtur, qui volunt iustítiam meam,*
  et dicant semper: «Magnificétur Dóminus, qui vult pacem servi sui».
28Et lingua mea meditábitur iustítiam tuam,*
  tota die laudem tuam.
Glória Patri et Fílio*
  et Spirítui Sancto.
Sicut erat in princípio et nunc et semper*
  et in sǽcula sæculórum.
Lingua mea, tota die, meditábitur iustítiam tuam.
Psalm 34 (35)
My tongue shall speak of your justice, all day long.
Lord, how long will you wait?
  Rescue my life from their attacks,
  my only life from the lions.
I will proclaim you in the great assembly,
  in the throng of people I will praise you.
Let not my lying enemies triumph over me,
  those who hate me for no reason,
who conspire against me by secret signs,
  who do not speak of peace,
  who plan crimes against the innocent,
who cry out slanders against me,
  saying “Yes! Yes! We saw it ourselves!”
You see them, Lord, do not stay silent:
  Lord, do not leave me.
Rise up and keep watch at my trial:
  my God and my Lord, watch over my case.
Judge me according to your justice,
  Lord: my God, let them not rejoice over me!
Let them not think to themselves,
  “Yes! We have what we wanted!”
Let them not say,
  “We have swallowed him up.”
But let those who support my cause rejoice,
  let them say always “How great is the Lord,
  who takes care of his servant’s welfare.”
And my tongue too will ponder your justice,
  and praise you all day long.
Glory be to the Father and to the Son
  and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning,
  is now, and ever shall be,
  world without end.
My tongue shall speak of your justice, all day long.

℣. Fili mi, custódi sermónes meos.
℟. Serva mandáta mea et vives.
My son, keep my words in your heart.
Follow my commandments and you will live.

Lectio prior
De libro Zacharíæ prophétæ 12, 9-12 a; 13, 1-9
Salus in Ierusalem
Hæc dicit Dóminus: 12,9«In die illa quæram contérere omnes gentes, quæ véniunt contra Ierúsalem, 10et effúndam super domum David et super habitatóres Ierúsalem spíritum grátiæ et precum; et aspícient ad me. Quem confixérunt, plangent quasi planctu super unigénitum et dolébunt super eum, ut doléri solet super primogénitum. 11In die illa magnus erit planctus in Ierúsalem sicut planctus Adadrémmon in campo Magéddo; 12et planget terra, síngulæ famíliæ seórsum.
  13,1In die illa erit fons patens dómui David et habitántibus Ierúsalem pro peccátis et immundítia. 2Et erit in die illa, dicit Dóminus exercítuum, dispérdam nómina idolórum de terra, et non memorabúntur ultra; et pseudoprophétas et spíritum immúndum áuferam de terra. 3Et erit: cum prophetáverit quíspiam ultra, dicent ei pater eius et mater eius, qui genuérunt eum: “Non vives, quia mendácium locútus es in nómine Dómini”; et confígent eum pater eius et mater eius, qui genuérunt eum, cum prophetáverit. 4Et erit: in die illa confundéntur prophétæ, unusquísque ex visióne sua, cum prophetáverit; nec operiéntur pállio sáccino, ut mentiántur, 5sed dicet: “Non sum prophéta; homo óperans terram ego sum, quóniam terra est posséssio mea ab adulescéntia mea”. 6Et dicétur ei: “Quid sunt plagæ istæ in médio mánuum tuárum?”. Et dicet: “His plagátus sum in domo eórum, qui diligébant me”.
7Frámea, suscitáre super pastórem meum
et super virum cohæréntem mihi,
dicit Dóminus exercítuum.
Pércute pastórem, et dispergéntur oves,
et convértam manum meam contra párvulos.
8Et erit in omni terra,
dicit Dóminus:
partes duæ in ea dispergéntur et defícient,
et tértia pars relinquétur in ea;
9et ducam tértiam partem per ignem
et purgábo eos, sicut purgátur argéntum,
et probábo eos, sicut probátur aurum:
ipse vocábit nomen meum,
et ego exáudiam eum.
Dicam: Pópulus meus est ille;
et ipse dicet: “Dóminus est Deus meus”».
First Reading
Zechariah 12:9-12,13:1-9 ©
Salvation in Jerusalem
‘When that day comes, I shall set myself to destroy all the nations who advance against Jerusalem. But over the House of David and the citizens of Jerusalem I will pour out a spirit of kindness and prayer. They will look on the one whom they have pierced; they will mourn for him as for an only son, and weep for him as people weep for a first-born child. When that day comes, there will be great mourning in Judah, like the mourning of Hadad-rimmon in the plain of Megiddo. And the country will mourn clan by clan.
  ‘When that day comes, a fountain will be opened for the House of David and the citizens of Jerusalem, for sin and impurity.
  ‘When that day comes – it is the Lord (of Hosts) who speaks – I am going to root out the names of the idols from the country, and they shall never be mentioned again; and I will also rid the country of the prophets, and of the spirit of impurity. If anyone still wants to prophesy, his father and the mother who gave him birth shall say to him, “You have no right to live, since you utter lies in the name of the Lord.” And while he is prophesying, his father and the mother who gave him birth shall run him through. When that day comes, every prophet shall be ashamed of his prophetic vision; they will no longer put on their hair cloaks to utter their lies, but they will all say, “I am no prophet. I am a peasant; the land has been my living ever since I was a boy.” And if anyone asks him, “Then what are these wounds on your body?” he will reply, “ These I received in the house of my friends.”
‘Awake, sword, against my shepherd
and against the man who is my companion –
it is the Lord of Hosts who speaks.
I am going to strike the shepherd
so that the sheep may be scattered,
and I will turn my hand against the weak.
And it will happen throughout this territory –
it is the Lord who speaks –
that two-thirds in it will be cut off (‘will be killed’)
and the remaining third will be left.
I will lead that third into the fire,
and refine them as silver is refined,
test them as gold is tested.
They will call on my name
and I shall listen;
and I shall say: These are my people;
and each will say, “The Lord is my God!”’
Mt 26, 31; Zac 13, 7
℟. Omnes vos scándalum patiémini in me in ista nocte; scriptum est enim:* Percútiam pastórem, et dispergéntur oves gregis.
℣. Frámea, suscitáre super pastórem meum et super virum cohæréntem mihi, dicit Dóminus.* Percútiam.
Mt 26:31; Zc 13:7
℟. You will all lose faith in me this night, for the scripture says:* I will strike the shepherd and the sheep of the flock will be scattered.
℣. Let the sword be unsheathed against my shepherd and against the man who is my companion – it is the Lord who speaks.* I will strike the shepherd and the sheep of the flock will be scattered.

Lectio altera
E lítteris sancti Pauli Le-Bao-Tinh alúmnis Seminárii Ke-Vinh anno 1843 expedítis. (A. Launay, Le clergé tonkinois et ses prêtres martyrs, MEP, Paris 1925, pp. 80-83)
Participatio martyrum in victoria Christi capitis
Ego, Paulus, pro nómine Christi vinctus, tribulatiónes meas vobis reférre volo quibus cotídie immérsus sum, ita ut, amóre erga Deum accénsi laudes mecum Deo præbeátis, quóniam in ætérnum misericórdia eius. Hic carcer vere imágo est inférni ætérni: ad supplícia crudélia omnis géneris, ut sunt cómpedes, caténæ férreæ et víncula, addúntur ódium, vindíctæ, calúmniæ, verba indecéntia, querélæ, actus mali, iuraménta iniústa, maledictiónes et tandem angústiæ et tristítia. Deus autem qui olim liberávit tres púeros de camíno ignis, mihi semper adest meque ab istis tribulatiónibus liberávit et eas in dulcédinem convértit, quóniam in ætérnum misericórdia eius.
  In médio autem horum tormentórum, quæ álios contérrere solent, grátia Dei, gáudio replétus sum et lætítia, quia non solus sed cum Christo sum.
  Ipse magíster noster totum pondus crucis sústinet, mihi mínimam tantum et últimam partem impónens. Certáminis mei non solum spectátor, sed ipse est bellátor et victor totiúsque agónis consummátor. Proptérea super caput eius pósita est coróna victóriæ, cuius glóriam partícipant étiam eius membra.
  Quómodo autem sustíneam spectáculum istud, videns cotídie imperatóres, mandarínos eorúmque satéllites blasphemántes nomen sanctum tuum, Dómine, qui sedes super Chérubim et Séraphim? Ecce, crux tua a pédibus paganórum conculcáta est! Ubi est glória tua? Videns hæc ómnia, malo, amóre tui succénsus, abscíssis membris, mori in testimónium amóris tui.
  Osténde, Dómine, poténtiam tuam, salva me et sústine me, ut virtus in infirmitáte mea ostendátur et glorificétur coram géntibus, ne, cum vacíllem forte in via, inimíci tui in supérbia sua caput possint eleváre.
  Fratres caríssimi, audiéntes hæc ómnia, grátias agátis immortáles in lætítia Deo, a quo bona cuncta procédunt, benedícite Dómino mecum, quóniam in ætérnum misericórdia eius! Magníficet ánima mea Dóminum et exsúltet spíritus meus in Deo meo, quóniam respéxit humilitátem fámuli sui et ex hoc beátum me dicent omnes generatiónes futúræ: quóniam in ætérnum misericórdia eius.
  Laudáte Dóminum omnes gentes, collaudáte eum omnes pópuli, quóniam quæ infírma sunt mundi, elégit Deus ut confúndat fórtia et ignobília mundi et contemptibília elégit Deus ut nobília confúndat. Per os meum atque intelléctum meum confúdit philósophos qui discípuli sunt sapiéntum huius mundi, quóniam in ætérnum misericórdia eius.
  Scribo vobis hæc ómnia, ut uniántur fides vestra et mea. In médio huius tempestátis áncoram iácio usque ad thronum Dei; spem vivam, quæ est in corde meo.
  Vos autem, fratres caríssimi, sic cúrrite ut corónam comprehendátis, indúite lorícam fídei et arma Christi súmite a dextris et a sinístris, sicut dócuit sanctus Paulus, patrónus meus. Bonum vobis est, unóculos vel débiles in vitam intráre, quam ómnia membra habéntes foris mitti.
  Succúrrite mihi précibus vestris, ut secúndum legem certáre, et quidem bonum certámen certáre et usque in finem certáre váleam, cursum meum felíciter consummatúrus; si in hac vita non iam nos vidébimus, in futúro tamen sǽculo hæc felícitas nostra erit, quando astántes ad thronum Agni immaculáti, unánimes laudes eius cantábimus exsultántes in gáudio victóriæ in perpétuum. Amen.
Second Reading
A letter of Saint Paul Le-Bao-Tinh
I am not alone: Christ is with me
I, Paul, in chains for the name of Christ, wish to relate to you the trials besetting me daily, in order that you may be inflamed with love for God and join with me in his praises. The prison here is a true image of everlasting hell: to cruel tortures of every kind – shackles, iron chains, manacles – are added hatred, vengeance, calumnies, obscene speech, quarrels, evil acts, swearing, curses, as well as anguish and grief. But the God who once freed the three children from the fiery furnace is with me always; he has delivered me from these tribulations and made them sweet, for his mercy is for ever.
  In the midst of these torments, which usually terrify others, I am, by the grace of God, full of joy and gladness, because I am not alone – Christ is with me.
  Our Master bears the whole weight of the cross, leaving me only the tiniest, last bit. He is not a mere onlooker in my struggle, but a contestant and the victor and champion in the whole battle. Therefore upon his head is placed the crown of victory, and his members also share in his glory.
  How am I to bear with the spectacle, as each day I see emperors, mandarins, and their retinue blaspheming your holy name, O Lord, who are enthroned above the cherubim and seraphim? Behold, the pagans have trodden your cross underfoot! Where is your glory? As I see all this, I would, in the ardent love I have for you, prefer to be torn limb from limb and to die as a witness to your love.
  O Lord, show your power, save me, sustain me, that in my infirmity your power may be shown and may be glorified before the nations; grant that I may not grow weak along the way, and so allow your enemies to hold their heads up in pride.
  Beloved brothers, as you hear all these things may you give endless thanks in joy to God, from whom every good proceeds; bless the Lord with me, for his mercy is for ever. My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord, my spirit rejoices in God my saviour, for he has looked with favour on his lowly servant and from this day all generations will call me blessed, for his mercy is for ever.
  O praise the Lord, all you nations, acclaim him, all you peoples, for God chose what is weak in the world to confound the strong, God chose what is low and despised to confound the noble. Through my mouth he has confused the philosophers who are disciples of the wise of this world, for his mercy is for ever.
  I write these things to you in order that your faith and mine may be united. In the midst of this storm I cast my anchor toward the throne of God, the anchor that is the lively hope in my heart.
  Beloved brothers, for your part so run that you may attain the crown, put on the breastplate of faith and take up the weapons of Christ for the right hand and for the left, as my patron Saint Paul has taught us. It is better for you to enter life with one eye or crippled than, with all your members intact, to be cast away.
  Come to my aid with your prayers, that I may have the strength to fight according to the law, and indeed to fight the good fight and to fight until the end and so finish the race. We may not again see each other in this life, but we will have the happiness of seeing each other again in the world to come, when, standing at the throne of the spotless Lamb, we will together join in singing his praises and exult for ever in the joy of our triumph. Amen.
Hebr 12, 1 c-2 a. 3
℟. Per patiéntiam currámus propósitum nobis certámen, * Aspiciéntes in auctórem fídei et consummatórem Iesum.
℣. Recogitáte eum qui talem sustínuit a peccátis advérsum semetípsum contradictiónem, ut ne fatigémini ánimis vestris deficiéntes.* Aspiciéntes.
℟. Through patience let us run the race that is set before us,* looking to Jesus the pioneer and perfecter of our faith.
℣. Consider him who from sinners endured such hostility against himself, so that you may not grow weary or fainthearted.* Looking to Jesus the pioneer and perfecter of our faith.

  Deus, omnis paternitátis fons et orígo, qui beátos mártyres Andréam et sócios eius Cruci Fílii tui usque ad sánguinis effusiónem fidéles effecísti, eórum intercessióne concéde, ut amórem tuum inter fratres propagántes fílii tui nominári et esse valeámus.
Per Dóminum nostrum Iesum Christum, Fílium tuum,
qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitáte Spíritus Sancti, Deus,
per ómnia sǽcula sæculórum.
Let us pray.
O God, the source and origin of all fatherhood,
  you kept the blessed martyrs Andrew and his companions faithful to the cross of your Son
  even to the shedding of their blood.
Through their intercession enable us to spread your love among our brothers and sisters,
  that we may be called and may truly be your children.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
  who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
  one God, for ever and ever.

Benedicámus Dómino.
– Deo grátias.
Let us praise the Lord.
– Thanks be to God.

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