Mozarabic Breviary

BREVIARIUM GOTHICUM
Secundum Regulam
Beatissimi Isidori
Archiepiscopo Hispalensis
Iussu Cardinalis Francisci Ximenii de Ciseneros Prius Editur;
Nunc Opera
Exc.mi D. Francisci Antonii Lorenzana
Sanctae Ecclesiae Toletanae Hispaniarum Primatis
Archiepiscopi recognitum
Ad Usum Sacelli Mozarabum
Matriti Anno MDCCLXXV
Apud Ioachinum Ibarra S.C.R.M & Dignit. Archiep. Typog.
Regio Permissu.

Proper of Time
Advent (There are six weeks of Advent in the Mozarabic Rite)
Vespers – Christi Caterva Clamitet
Matins – Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Lauds – Cunctorum Rex Omnipotens
–Monday in the First Week of Advent
Lauds – Cunctorum Rex Omnipotens
Vespers – 
Verbum Supernum Prodiens
–Wednesday in the First Week of Advent
Lauds – 
Verbum Supernum Prodiens
Vespers – 
Vox Clara Ecce Intonat
–Monday in the Second Week of Advent
Lauds – Ecce Salvator Omnium
Vespers –  
A Patre Unigenite
–Wednesday in the Second Week of Advent
Lauds – 
Ecce Salvator Omnium
Vespers – 
Mane Nobiscum Domine
Christmastide
Vespers & Lauds – Veni Redemptor Gentium
–Feast of St. Stephen the Protomartyr (Dec. 26)
Vespers – Christus Est Vita Veniens in Orbem
–Feast of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist (Dec. 27)
Vespers – Iste Electus Iohannes Diligendi Promptior
–Feast of the Holy Innocents (Dec. 28)
Vespers – Deus Sanctorum Psallimus
Matins – Caterva Matrum Personat
–Feast of St. James the Apostle (Dec. 30)
Vespers –
Clara Sanctorum Una Hierusalem
–Feast of the Circumcision of the Lord (Jan. 1)
Vespers – Sacer Octavarum Dies
–Sunday Before Epiphany
Vespers – Agni Genitor Domine
Lauds – Splendor Paternae Gloriae
–3 Day Fast Before Epiphany 
Lauds & Vespers – Benignitatis Fons Deus
Epiphany
Vespers –
Inluminans Altissimum
Lauds –
Hostis Herodes Impie
Weeks After Epiphany
–First Sunday after the Octave of Epiphany
Vespers – Inventor Rutilis Dux Bone Luminis
Lauds – Altissimi Verbum Patris
––Monday of that Week
Lauds – Fulgentis Auctor Aetheris
Vespers – Christe Salvator Omnium
––Tuesday of that Week
Lauds – Deus Aeterni Luminis
Vespers – Christe Lumen Perpetuum
––Wednesday of that Week
Lauds – Deus Pater Ingenite
Vespers – Adesto Nostris Precibus
––Thursday of that Week
Lauds – In Matutinis Surgimus
Vespers – Christe Caelestis Medicina Patris
––Saturday of that Week, dedicated to the Mother of God
Vespers – O Decus Sacrum Virginum
–Second Sunday after the Octave of Epiphany
Vespers –
Christe Lux Mundi, Salus, et Potestas
Lauds –
O Lux Beata Trinitas
Lent
–First Sunday of Lent
Vespers & Lauds –
Alleluia Piis Edite Laudibus
Matins – Aeterne Rerum Conditor
–Lenten Weekdays
––Monday 

Lauds –
Fulgentis Auctor Aetheris
Terce –
O Nazarene Lux Bethlehem Verbum Patris
Sext –
Referre Prisci Stemma Nunc Ieiunii
None –
Sed Cur Vetustae Gentis Exemplum Loquor?
Vespers – Christe Salvator Omnium
––Tuesday 
Lauds –
Deus Aeterni Luminis
Terce –
Frenentur Ergo Corporum Cupidines
Sext –
Ionam Prophetam Mitis Ultor Excitat
None –
Miratur Hostis Posse Limum Tabidum
Vespers – Christe Lumen Perpetuum
––Wednesday
Lauds –
Deus Pater Ingenite
Terce –
Sed Mox In Auras Igneis Iugalibus
Sext –
Transmissa Raptim Praeda Cassos Dentium
None –
O Nazarene Lux Bethlehem Verbum Patris
Vespers –
Adesto Nostris Precibus
––Thursday 
Lauds –
In Matutinis Surgimus
Terce –
Ioannes Huius Artis Haud Minus Potens
Sext –
In Ninivitas Se Coactus Percito
None –
Perfusa Non Sic Amne Flamma Extinguitur
Vespers – Christe Qui Regis Omnia
––Friday 
Lauds –
Aeterne Lucis Conditor
Terce –
Non Usitatis Ortus Hic Natalibus
Sext –
Placet Frementem Publicis Ieiuniis
None –
O Nazarene Lux Bethlehem Verbum Patris
Vespers –
Christe Precamur Annue
––Saturday 
Lauds –
Deus Creator Omnium
Terce –
Hortator Ille Primus et Doctor Novae
Sext –
Nullus Bibendi  Nemo Vescendi Memor
None –
–Second Sunday of Lent
Vespers I & Lauds –
Auctor Luminis, Filius Virginis
Vespers II –
Deus Qui Certis Legibus
–Third Sunday of Lent
Vespers I & Lauds –
Christe Immense Dominator Sancte
Matins –
Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Vespers II –
Quarto Die Iam Foetidus
–Fourth and Fifth Sundays of Lent
Vespers I & II –
Verbum Patris Quod Prodiit Factum Caro
Matins –
Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Lauds –
Noctis Tempus Iam Praterit
–Palm Sunday
Vespers I & II and Lauds –
Vocaris Ad Vitam Sacrum Dei Genus
Matins –
Aeterne Rerum Conditor
––Wednesday in Holy Week
Vespers –
Iam Legis Umbra Clauditur
––Good Friday
Terce –
Pange Lingua Gloriosi Praelium Certaminis
Eastertide
–Easter Sunday & Easter Week
Lauds & Vespers –
Hic Est Dies Verus Dei
–Octave Day of Easter to Sixth Sunday of Easter
Vespers I –
Te Centies Mille Legionum Angeli
Lauds –
Hic Est Dies Verus Dei
Vespers II –
Psallat Altitudo Caeli
–The Ascension of the Lord
Vespers I & II and Lauds – Aeterne Rex Altissime
–The Sunday after the Ascension of the Lord
Vespers I & II and Lauds –
Sacrata Christi Tempora
––Fast Before Pentecost (Wednesday through Saturday)
Lauds & Vespers (Lauds only on Saturday) – Benignitatis Fons Deus
Pentecost
Vespers I –
Sacrate Veni Spiritus
Matins – 
Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Lauds & Vespers II –
Beata Nobis Gaudia
Trinity Sunday & Second Sunday After Pentecost
Vespers I – O Lux Beata Trinitas
Matins – 
Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Lauds – Splendor Paternae Gloriae
Vespers II –
Altissimi Verbum Patris
Third Sunday after Pentecost
Vespers I – Inventor Rutilis Dux Bone Luminis
Matins – 
Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Lauds – Splendor Paternae Gloriae
Vespers II – Altissimi Verbum Patris
–Fast Before Feast of St. Cyprian 
Lauds & Vespers (Lauds only on Saturday) – Benignitatis Fons Deus
–Fast Before Feast of St. Martin 
Lauds & Vespers (Lauds only on Saturday) – Benignitatis Fons Deus

Psalter

Hymns from the Entire Cycle of the Year
*Note, to cut down on redundancies, I have not, with a few exceptions, listed the hymns that this section merely references but does not provide the whole text because it appears elsewhere here in this section.
Advent –
Gaudete Flores Martirum
Feasts of the Virgin Mary:
Fit Porta Christi Pervia
–At Christmastide Feno Iacere Pertulit
St. Sebastian Sebastiani Martiris Sollemne Est Festum
Lent Fabens Redemtis Vota Abstinentie
Saturdays in Lent at Matins Aurora Iam Spargit Polum
Monday in Easter Ecce Quam Vates Vetustis
Tuesday in Easter –
Extimum Vestis Sacrate
Wednesday in Easter –
Suetus Antro Bustualis
Thursday in Easter –
Clausus Aurium Meatus
Friday in Easter –
Solve Vocem Mens Sonora
Saturday in Easter –
Ad Brebem Se Mortis Usum
After the Ascension – Post Ut Occasum Resolbit
During the Week in Easter for Terce Ihesu Redemtor Omnium
Feast of St. Engratia or the 18 Martyrs Bis Nobem Noster Populus Sub Uno
Feast of Sts. Siracus & Paul Sacrum Tempus In Calculo
Feast of St. Matthew Christe Tu Rerum Opifexque Operum
Feast of Sts. Virissimus, Maxima & Julia Iucundum Nobis Hunc Diem
Feast of Sts. Faustus, Januarius & Martial Misticum Melos Persolvat
For the Saints:
Sanctorum Meritis Inclite Gaudia
Rector Redemtor et Conditor
Rex Gloriose Martirum
Aeterna Christi Munera
Laudes Sanctorum Martirum
For one Saint (the word in Latin translates to Just/Righteous [Man]):
Deus Tuorum Militum
Deus Inmensa Trinitas
Martir Dei Qui Unicum
For one Confessor:
Summe Confessor Sacer et Sacerdos
Deus Inmensa Trinitas
For Virgins – Ihesu Corona Virginum
For one Virgin Virgines Proles Opifexque Matri
For the Consecration of a Basilica Ecce Te Christe Tibi Cara Semper
For the Anniversary of the Consecration of a Basilica Christe Cunctorum Dominator Alme
For the Restoration of a Basilica O Beata Iherusalem
For the Ordination of a Bishop Verus Redemtor Christe Lumen Luminis
–At Matins – Adest Diei Christe Consecratio
For the Anointing of the King Inclite Rex Magne Regum
For the King’s Birthday Anni Perhacto Circulo
On the Departure of an Army which is said daily as a Litany until their return O Verum Regimen Christe Fidelium
For Various Disasters Rex Aeterne Deus Fons Pietatis
– At Sext – Iram Quam Merito Sternimur Auctor
– At None – Huius Supplicum Pestis Amare
For a Drought Squalent Arva Soli Pulbere Multo
For an Abundance of Rain Obduxere Polum Nubila Caeli
For Marriage Tuba Clarifica Plebs Christi Revoca
For Sickness Generally Christe Caelestis Medicina Patris
For One Departed Soul Hinc Functionis Dies Est
For Ordinary Sundays – Intende Nostris Precibus
Ordinary Hymns for Vespers:
–Mondays –
Lucis Creator Obtime
Inmense Caeli Conditor
–Tuesdays – Telluris Ingens Conditor
–Wednesdays – Caeli Deus Sanctissme
–Thursdays – Magne Deus Potentiae
–Fridays – Plasmator Hominis Deus
–Saturdays – Rerum Deus Fons Omnium
For the Twelfth Hour (Duodecima) – Te Lucis Ante Terminum
Hymn Before Compline Civis Resumtis Congruis
For Compline:
Sol Angelorum Respice
Cultor Dei Memento
For the First Vigil:
Obsidiones Obvias
Adsunt Tenebrae Primae
Noctis Tetre Primordia
Quieti Tempus Adest
–On Sundays:
Christe Qui Lux Es Et Dies
Lucis Auctor Clemens Lumens Inmensum
At Bedtime Tempus Sopori Congruum
Hymns for the Middle of the Night:
Quod Convolutis Artubus
Surgentes Ad Te Domine
Ihesu Defensor Omnium
Hymns for Nocturns:
Primo Dierum Omnium
–Thursday – Tu Trinitatis Unitas
–Friday – Summe Deus Clementiae
–Saturday – Tu Rex Redemptor Omnium
–Monday – Somno Refectis Artubus
–Tuesday – Consors Paterni Luminis
–Wednesday – Rerum Creator Obtime
Sunday Matins Te Deum
Hymns Opening Daily Matins:
Splendor Patenae Gloriae
Third –  Certum Tenentes Ordinem
Te Magestatis Domine
Nunc Sancte Nobis Spiritus
Fourth Qui Amne Nunc Quadrifluo
Fifth Qui Toth Libri Per Moysen
Sixth Rector Potens Verax Deus
Iam Cursus Ore Sexies
Seventh Auctor Perennis Gloriae
Eighth  Octavus Ore Circulus
Ninth Fundere Preces Tempus Est
Convexa Solis Orbita
Tenth Iam Dena Nos Praeceptio
Eleventh Horis Peractis Undecim
Twelfth Quodquod Diem Determinant
At Vespers Rerum Deus Tenax Vigor

Minor Offices
Aurora
Iam Meta Noctis Transiit
Prime
Iam Lucis Orto Sidere
During Eastertide Aurora Lucis Rutilat
Terce
Certum Tenentes Ordinem
Te Maiestatis Domine
Benignitatis Fons Deus
Iam Surgit Hora Tertia
Nunc Sancte Nobis Spiritus
Sext
Rector Potens Verax Deus
Lent  Dicamus Laudes Domino
Iam Cursus Horae Sextae
None
Throughout the Year Fundere Preces Tempus Est
Lent Convexa Solis Orbita
Perfecto Trino Numero
Before Compline
Cibis Resumptis Congruis
Compline
Sol Angelorum Respice
Cultor Dei Memento
Obsidiones Obvias
Adsunt Tenebrae Primae
Noctis Tetrae Primordia
Quieti Tempus Adest
Lent Lucis Auctor Clemens, Lumen Immensum
On Sundays  Christe Qui Lux Es Et Dies

Commons
Office of the Sick (One or Many)
Vespers & Lauds – Christe Caelestis Medicina Patris
Office of the Dead

Vespers – Deus Ignee Fons Animarum
Lauds –
Christe Rex Mundi Creator
Common of One Martyr
Vespers –
Matins –
Lauds –

Common of One Martyr & Bishop
Vespers –
Matins –
Lauds –

Common of Many Martyrs
Vespers –
Matins –
Lauds –

Common of One Confessor & Bishop
Vespers –
Matins –
Lauds –

Common of One Confessor not a Bishop
Vespers –
Matins –
Lauds –

Common of Multiple Confessors
Vespers – Sanctorum Meritis
Lauds –
Rex Gloriose Martyrum
Common of Multiple Bishop Confessors
Vespers & Lauds – Rex Gloriose Martyrum
Common of One Virgin
Vespers & Lauds – Virginis Proles Opifexque Matris
Common of Multiple Virgins
Vespers & Lauds – Iesu Corona Virginum

Proper of Saints

Vespers –
Matins –
Lauds –

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