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29 November 2021

Vigil Of Saint Andrew. Apostle. 29 November.


Text from The Saint Andrew Daily Missal,
unless otherwise stated.

Vigil of Saint Andrew.
   Apostle.
   29 November.

Simple.

Violet Vestments.


Madonna and Child,
Saint Peter, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Joseph, Saint Paul.
Artist: René de Cramer.
"Copyright Brunelmar/Ghent/Belgium".
Used with Permission.

Now begins
“The Sanctoral Cycle”
or
“The Proper of The Saints”.



Saint Andrew.
Apostle.
Artist: René de Cramer.
"Copyright Brunelmar/Ghent/Belgium".
Used with Permission.

The Gospel tells us that it was Saint John the Baptist, who, whilst fulfilling his mission of preparing Souls for the coming of Our Lord, pointed out The Messias to his Disciple, Andrew, The latter immediately went to Jesus and became one of His followers.

If The Feast of Saint Andrew (30 November) falls on a Monday, The Mass of The Vigil is said on the previous Saturday, but the Commemoration of Saint Saturninus is made on the Sunday. The same rule holds good for the other Vigils, with the exception of that of Christmas.

If The Feast of Saint Andrew falls on a Sunday, it is Transferred to the first free day.

Mass: Dóminus secus.

The Gloria is never said at Masses with Violet Vestments.
If Advent has not begun, Second Collect: Saint Saturninus.
Third Collect: Concéde.
If Advent has begun, Second Collect: Of The Feria.
Third Collect: Saint Saturninus.





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