Night prayer on the Tuesday of the 5th week of Lent - March 31 2020

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The hymn is:

"O Christ, you are the light and day
Which drives away the night,
The ever shining Sun of God
And pledge of future light.

As now the evening shadows fall
Please grant us, Lord, we pray,
A quiet night to rest in you
Until the break of day.

Remember us, poor mortal men,
We humbly ask, O Lord,
And may your presence in our souls,
Be now our great reward."

This is in its original Latin, the text of "Christe qui Lux es et Dies", circa 800, translated into English by Rev. M. Quinn, , et al., on a music by William Croft, 1708.

The Psalmody consists in the chanting of Psalm 143, verses 1-11 (Prayer in distress), preceded and followed by the Lenten antiphon: "Do not hide Your Face from me; in You I put my trust."

The Scripture reading is from the first letter of saint Peter, chapter 5, verses 8-9a:
"Stay sober and alert. Your opponent the devil is prowling like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist Him, solid in your faith."

It is followed by the Responsory:
"Into your hands, Lord, I commend my spirit.
R.: "Into your hands, Lord, I commend my spirit.
You have redeemed us, Lord God of truth.
R.: I commend my spirit.
Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit!
R.: Into your hands, Lord, I commend my spirit."

The Canticle of Simeon (from the Gospel according to saint Luke, chapter 2, verses 29-32) is sung, preceded and followed by the Lenten antiphon:
"Protect us, Lord, as we stay awake;
watch over us as we sleep,
that awake, we may keep watch with Christ,
and asleep,
rest in His peace."

"Lord, now you let your servant go in peace;
your Word has been fulfilled:
my own eyes have seen the Salvation
which you have prepared in the sight of every people:
a light to reveal you to the nations
and the glory of your people Israel."

The concluding prayer is:
"Lord, fill this night with your radiance.
May we sleep in peace and rise with joy
to welcome the light of a new day in your name.
Through Christ our Lord."

The blessing is then recited:
"May the all-powerful Lord grant us a restful night
and a peaceful death. / Amen."

Then the Marian antiphon concludes the whole prayer:
In Latin:
Ave Regina caelorum, ave Domina angelorum:
salve radix, salve porta, ex qua mundo lux est orta:
Gaude Virgo, gloriosa, super omnes speciosa,
vale o valde decora, et pro nobis Christum exora.

In English:
Hail, Queen of Heaven; hail, Mistress of the Angels;
hail, root [of Jesse]; hail, the gate through which
the Light rose over the earth.
Rejoice, Virgin most renowned
and of unsurpassed beauty.
Farewell, Lady most comely.
Prevail upon Christ to pity us.
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