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It consists mainly of psalms and is said around 3 pm, about the ninth hour after dawn. In the Roman Rite the Nones it is one of the so-called "little hours". According to an Ancient Greek and Roman custom, the day was, like the night, divided into four parts, each consisting of three hours.
Among the ancients the hour of Nones was regarded as the close of the day's business and the time for the baths and supper. This division of the day was in vogue also among the Jews , from whom the Church borrowed it. The Apostles continued to frequent the Temple at the customary hours of prayer Acts : "Now Peter and John went up into the temple at the ninth hour of prayer.
At an early date mystical reasons for the division of the day were sought. Cyprian sees in the hours of Terce, Sext and Nones, which come after a lapse of three hours, an allusion to the Trinity. He adds that these hours already consecrated to prayer under the Old Dispensation have been sanctified in the New Testament by great mysteries—Terce by the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles ; Sext by the prayers of St.
Peter , the reception of the Gentiles into the Church, or yet again by the crucifixion of Christ ; Nones by the death of Christ. Basil merely recalls that it was at the ninth hour that the Apostles Peter and John were wont to go to the Temple to pray.
But, as a rule, it is the death of Christ that is commemorated at the Hour of Nones. The most ancient testimony refers to this custom of Terce , Sext , and Nones, for instance Tertullian , Clement of Alexandria , the Canons of Hippolytus , and even the Didache "Teaching of the Apostles". The Didache prescribed prayer thrice each day, without, however, fixing the hours.
Clement of Alexandria and likewise Tertullian, as early as the end of the 2nd century, expressly mention the Canonical Hours of Terce, Sext, and Nones, as specially set apart for prayer. Tertullian says explicitly that we must always pray, and that there is no time prescribed for prayer; he adds, nevertheless: "As regards the time, there should be no lax observation of certain hours—I mean of those common hours which have long marked the divisions of the day, the third, the sixth, and the ninth, and which we may observe in Scripture to be more solemn than the rest.
Clement and Tertullian in these passages refer only to private prayer at these hours. The Canons of Hippolytus also speak of Terce, Sext, and Nones, as suitable hours for private prayer; however, on the two station days , Wednesday and Friday, when the faithful assembled in the church, and perhaps on Sundays, these hours were recited successively in public.
In the 4th century there is evidence to show that the practice had become obligatory, at least for the monks. The eighteenth canon of the Council of Laodicea between and orders that the same prayers be always said at Nones and Vespers. It is likely that reference is made to famous litanies , in which prayer was offered for the catechumens , sinners, the faithful, and generally for all the wants of the Church. John Cassian states that the most common practice was to recite three psalms at each of the Hours of Terce , Sext , and None.
Practices varied from monastery to monastery. At first some tried to do the entire Psalter Psalms each day, but eventually that was abandoned for a weekly cycle built around certain hours of the day. In the Rule of St. Benedict the four Little Hours of the day Prime, Terce, Sext and Nones were conceived on the same plan, the formulae alone varying.
The Divine Office began with the Invitatory , like all the Canonical Hours ; then follows a hymn , special to Nones; three psalms , which do not change Psalm , , , except on Sundays and Mondays when they are replaced by three groups of eight verses from Psalm ; then the capitulum, a versicle , the Kyrie , the Lord's Prayer , the oratio , and the concluding prayers. The writers of the Middle Ages have sought for other mystical explanations of the Hour of Nones. Amalarius of Metz III, vi explains at length how, like the sun which sinks on the horizon at the hour of Nones, man's spirit tends to lower itself also, he is more open to temptation, and it is the time the demon selects to try him.
For the texts of the Fathers on this subject it will suffice to refer the reader to the above-mentioned work of Cardinal Bona c. The same writers do not fail to remark that the number nine was considered by the ancients an imperfect number, an incomplete number, ten being considered perfection and the complete number. Nine was also the number of mourning. Among the ancients the ninth day was a day of expiation and funeral service— novemdiale sacrum , the origin doubtless of the novena for the dead.
As for the ninth hour, some persons believe that it is the hour at which our first parents were driven from the Garden of Paradise. In conclusion, it is necessary to call attention to a practice which emphasized the Hour of Nones—it was the hour of fasting.
At first, the hour of fasting was prolonged to Vespers , that is to say, food was taken only in the evening or at the end of the day. Mitigation of this rigorous practice was soon introduced. Tertullian's famous pamphlet De jejunio rails at length against the Psychics i.
The practice of breaking the fast at Nones caused that hour to be selected for Mass and Communion , which were the signs of the close of the day. The distinction between the rigorous fast, which was prolonged to Vespers, and the mitigated fast, ending at Nones, is met with in a large number of ancient documents see Fasting.
In the Roman Liturgy the office of Nones is likewise constructed after the model of the Little Hours of the day; it is composed of the same elements as in the Rule of St. Benedict, with this difference: that instead of the three psalms , the three groups of eight verses from Psalm are always recited.
There is nothing else characteristic of this office in this liturgy. The hymn, which was added later, is the one already in use in the Benedictine Office— Rerum Deus tenax vigor. In the monastic rules prior to the 10th century certain variations are found. Thus in the Rule of Lerins , as in that of St. Caesarius , six psalms are recited at Nones, as at Terce and Sext, with antiphon , hymn and capitulum. Aurelian follows the same tradition in his Rule Ad virgines , but he imposes twelve psalms at each hour on the monks.
Columbanus , St. Fructuosus , and St. Isidore adopt the system of three psalms. Like St. Benedict, most of these authors include hymns, the capitulum or short lesson, a versicle, and an oratio.
In the 9th and 10th centuries we find some additions made to the Office of Nones, in particular litanies, collects , etc. With the reforms of the Second Vatican Council the traditional one-week Psalter cycle became a four-week cycle. In the liturgy of the hours of some religious orders Sext and None are combined to form a "midday hour". However, bishops, priests and others, "who have received from the Church the mandate to celebrate the liturgy of the hours" are still expected to recite the full sequence of hours, as closely as possible to the traditional time of day.
In the Eastern Orthodox and Greek Catholic Churches the office of the Ninth Hour is normally read by a single Reader and has very little variation in it. The only variable portions for most of the year are the Troparia either one or two and Kontakion of the Day. During Great Lent a number of changes in the office take place. On Monday through Thursday, after the three fixed psalms, the Reader says a kathisma from the Psalter. The Troparion of the Day is replaced by special Lenten hymns that are chanted with prostrations.
Then a portion of the Ladder of Divine Ascent may be read. The Kontakion of the Day is replaced by special Lenten troparia. Near the end of the Hour, the Prayer of St.
Ephraim is said, with prostrations. During Holy Week , on Great Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the services are similar to those during Great Lent, except that there is no kathisma , and instead of the normal Lenten hymns which replace the Kontakion, the Kontakion of the day i. On Great Friday, the Royal Hours are chanted. During the Lesser Lenten seasons Nativity Fast , Apostles' Fast and Dormition Fast the Little Hours undergo changes similar to those during Great Lent, except the Lenten hymns are usually read instead of chanted, and there are no kathismata.
In addition, on weekdays of the Lesser Fasts, an Inter-Hour Greek: Mesorion may be read immediately after each Hour at least on the first day of the Fast. The Inter-Hours follow the same general outline as the Little Hours, except they are shorter. In the Armenian Book of Hours and in many liturgical manuscripts, the Ninth Hour concludes with a service of hymns, psalms, readings, and prayers which would normally be recited during the Patarag Divine Liturgy or Mass.
In the Armenian Book of Hours and in many liturgical manuscripts, the ninth hour includes the service of prayers, hymns, and Bible readings which would normally take place at the Patarag Divine Liturgy or Mass , without the prayers of the eucharistic canon preparation, consecration, post-communion prayers and many of the litanies. There is no separate heading for this service as there is for the other services in the Book of Hours.
Since fasting before communion was the rule in the ancient church, the ninth hour suggested itself as the appropriate time to offer the Patarag. Thus, a service which contained the readings and much of the prayers from the Patarag was added after the Ninth Hour for those days when no Patarag would be celebrated. One can compare this Chash service to the Typica service celebrated in churches belonging to the Slavic tradition within the Byzantine liturgical rite.
Not all ancient manuscripts of the Armenian hours have this service, therefore it is unclear whether this service is a later importation from the Byzantine liturgy, with the words and sequence of the Armenian Patarag substituted for those of the Byzantine Divine Liturgy. Our Father Now and always Amenayn zhamou Sourb srtiw Zzhams ev zarajakay Barerar ev bazoumoghorm Astouats On dominical feasts and the commemorations of martyrs: Hymn varies according to the tone of the day.
For the souls Now and ever For the peace of the whole world Vasn khaghaghoutean And again with faith Ev evs havatov You are the fulfillment of the Law and the Prophets Go in peace, and may the Lord be with you and with everyone. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Villanove, , XII p. Thomas Malankara Orthodox Church. Retrieved 2 August Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. Retrieved 25 July
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It consists mainly of psalms and is said around 3 pm, about the ninth hour after dawn. In the Roman Rite the Nones it is one of the so-called "little hours". According to an Ancient Greek and Roman custom, the day was, like the night, divided into four parts, each consisting of three hours. Among the ancients the hour of Nones was regarded as the close of the day's business and the time for the baths and supper. This division of the day was in vogue also among the Jews , from whom the Church borrowed it. The Apostles continued to frequent the Temple at the customary hours of prayer Acts : "Now Peter and John went up into the temple at the ninth hour of prayer. At an early date mystical reasons for the division of the day were sought.
A big help for the user is that commonly used texts are easily accessible. May 21, admin. Includes entire text of Divine Office in Latin and English. The term 'calendar' includes both the calendar in use in the universal Church and particular calendars. This site is aimed towards secular clergy since it works upon the Roman Breviary. The paper is a very thin yet strong cream.
The position of these fragments at the end of the Book of Revelation suggests that they were no longer central to the message of the book. In other words, Maranatha was being understood in another way. The same prayer appears elsewhere as the closing lines of a letter which give no indication of how it was understood 1 Cor. Maranatha in the Eucharist, however, must be the original epiklesis, praying for the coming of the LORD. The Didache prayer has no reference to the words of institution at the Last Supper and no Passover imagery. The bread and wine are spiritual meat and drink cf.
An expert in Oriental liturgy , he was a professor at the Pontifical Oriental Institute from to and its Vice- rector from to Taft was born in Providence, Rhode Island , into the Taft family notable for their contribution to American politics. Taft entered the novitiate of the Society of Jesus on August 14, During his period of regency that followed, he taught for three years at Baghdad Jesuit College.
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