Category:Sacred Heart

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The Feast of the Sacred Heart is observed 19 days after Pentecost. As such, it falls on the Friday between the second and third Sundays after Pentecost. It was first celebrated in 1670 through the efforts of St. John Eudes, and was made obligatory by Pope Pius IX in 1856.

Proper Liber usualis Graduale Romanum 1974
Introit: Cogitationes
Gradual: Dulcis et rectus
Tract *: Misericors et miserator Dominus Domine non secundum peccata nostra
Alleluia verse: Tollite jugum
ad lib. Venite ad me
Ego sum pastor bonus
Alleluia II : Venite ad me
Offertory: Improperium … et non inveni.
Holocaustum et pro peccato § Benedic anima mea with alleluia §
Communion: Unus militum
alt 1. Gustate et videte
alt 2. Dico vobis gaudium
Si quis sitit § Ego sum pastor bonus §
alt. Mitte manum tuam §

*In Votive Masses after Septuagesima, instead of the Alleluia and its Verse.

Ad libitum in Votive Masses.

In Votive Masses in Paschal Time, neither Gradual nor Tract is said. Alleluia, alleluia. Tollite jugum. is said before this Alleluia and Verse.

§In Votive Masses in Paschal Time.