Our LAdy of Guadalupe
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Do you have any idea who has the copyright on it? I would like to have permisson to put in on in my website.

laszlo

PeteC Wrote:I found it

http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/...id=1430778
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glgas Wrote:Do you have any idea who has the copyright on it? I would like to have permisson to put in on in my website.

On the Office? I would assume the Church does, or not, since I don't think they copyright liturgical texts, and this one would probably be out of copyright by now, anyway.

Note that everything not given is from the Common, including the Invitatory and Hymn and Matins.

Does anyone have an English translation of the Lauds Hymn, "Alma parens"?

And, finally, if you're using the 1962 rubrics, if it's a III Class Feast, the shortened Lesson ix is used as Lesson iii, with proper Psalms at Vespers and Lauds, but ferial Psalms at the other Hours. Lessons i and ii and from the feria.
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#13
Paul,

Since you put it to the net, and apparently you do not claim copyright, I put it on my website and many thanks for it

http://divinumofficium.com/cgi-bin/horas...12-12-2008

(you must select the hours in sequence, and you can select the version.  For the Alma parents I used your translation. I appreciate reports on any mistakes of my part.

If you have more newer offices, I would need this ones
http://divinumofficium.com/www/horas/Hel...ffices.txt

laszlo

Paul Wrote:On the Office? I would assume the Church does, or not, since I don't think they copyright liturgical texts, and this one would probably be out of copyright by now, anyway.

Note that everything not given is from the Common, including the Invitatory and Hymn and Matins.

Does anyone have an English translation of the Lauds Hymn, "Alma parens"?

And, finally, if you're using the 1962 rubrics, if it's a III Class Feast, the shortened Lesson ix is used as Lesson iii, with proper Psalms at Vespers and Lauds, but ferial Psalms at the other Hours. Lessons i and ii and from the feria.
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glgas Wrote:If you have more newer offices, I would need this ones
http://divinumofficium.com/www/horas/Hel...ffices.txt


All the ones on the universal calendar, except those added by John XXIII, can be found on breviary.net. As they use the pre-1955 Office, all of those have all nine Lessons, except the Simples.

I do have the Offices for the local feasts of the US, as well as feasts added to the 1962 calendar, which I can send to you. I think the only new feast with nine Lessons is St. Lawrence Brindisi; the others were added after the reduction to three Lessons. For an Office of nine Lessons, you can use the proper Lesson as Lesson iv, with Lessons iv and v of the Common used as Lessons v and vi - several other feasts do this.
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(12-07-2008, 02:10 PM)Paul,  I was looking for an English translation to the Latin hymn, Alma Parens omni carens.   My search lead me to this thread.  However, none of the links posted seem to work.   And I still can\t find a translation!   Can you repost the translation you found or posted yourself?   Thanks for any help and God bless!     Cathy Wrote:
glgas Wrote:Do you have any idea who has the copyright on it? I would like to have permisson to put in on in my website.

On the Office? I would assume the Church does, or not, since I don't think they copyright liturgical texts, and this one would probably be out of copyright by now, anyway.

Note that everything not given is from the Common, including the Invitatory and Hymn and Matins.

Does anyone have an English translation of the Lauds Hymn, "Alma parens"?

And, finally, if you're using the 1962 rubrics, if it's a III Class Feast, the shortened Lesson ix is used as Lesson iii, with proper Psalms at Vespers and Lauds, but ferial Psalms at the other Hours. Lessons i and ii and from the feria.
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