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Welcome to the Dominus regnavit blog.

This project is a user-supported endeavor to provide daily recordings of the traditional Divine Office in its Roman secular form, according to the order of the Roman Breviary of 1962, and sung with its chant as found in Pope St. Pius X’s “Vatican Edition” of the Antiphonale Romanum, marked with rhythmic signs by the monks of Solesmes.

This is the Extraordinary Form of the office, which Pope Benedict XVI gave to us anew with the document Summorum Pontificum.

At present, we are posting Lauds daily. Listen to the latest postings below, or see the menu-header for more information.

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Feria VI. infra Hebdomadam IX. post Octavam Pentecostes Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 10 — Benedictus
AR 164 — Friday psalms
AR 561 — Collect from the 9th Sunday after Pentecost
AR 577-14 — Ant. & Vs. for the commemoration
AR 796 — Proper for July 30th
AR 1* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 61* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

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Note: there is a commemoration of Ss. Abdon and Sennen, Martyrs.

In festo Sanctae Marthae Virginis Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 10 — Benedictus
AR 145 — Thursday psalms
AR 577-14 — Ant. & Vs. for the Commemoration
AR 796 — Proper for July 29th
AR [89] — Common of Virgins
AR 1* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 61* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

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Note: there is a commemoration of Ss. Felix, Simplicius, Faustinus, and Beatrice, Martyrs.

In festo Sanctorum Nazarii et Celsi Martyrum, Victoris I. Papae et Martyris, ac Innocentii I. Papae et Confessoris Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 10 — Benedictus
AR 125 — Wednesday psalms
AR 796 — Proper for July 28th
AR [42] — Common of Two or More Martyrs
AR 1* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 61* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

For the text only, but with a translation, click HERE.

To access today’s recording, click HERE.

Feria III. infra Hebdomadam IX. post Octavam Pentecostes Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 10 — Benedictus
AR 106 — Tuesday psalms
AR 561 — Collect from the 9th Sunday after Pentecost
AR 577-13 — Ant. & Vs. for the commemoration
AR 795 — Proper for July 27th
AR 2* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 62* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

For the text only, but with a translation, click HERE.

To access today’s recording, click HERE.

Note: there is a commemoration of St. Pantaleon, Martyr.

Dominica IX. post Pentecosten Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 1 — Sunday psalms
AR 560 — 9th Sunday after Pentecost
AR 795 — Proper for July 25th
AR [8] — Ant. & Vs. for the commemoration
AR 1* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 61* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

For the text only, but with a translation, click HERE.

To access today’s recording, click HERE.

Note: there is a commemoration of St. James, Apostle.

Sanctae Mariae Sabbato Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 10 — Benedictus
AR 186 — Saturday Psalms
AR 577-20 — Ant. & Vs. for the commemoration
AR 794 — Proper for July 24th
AR [130] — Saturdays of Our Lady
AR 2* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 62* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

For the text only, but with a translation, click HERE.

To access today’s recording, click HERE.

Note: there is a commemoration of St. Christina, Virgin and Martyr.

In festo Sancti Apollinaris Episcopi et Martyris Ad Laudes

Note: today’s recording is assembled from previous recordings.

AR 10 — Benedictus
AR 164 — Friday psalms
AR 577-15 — Ant. & Vs. for the commemoration
AR 793 — Proper for July 23rd
AR [17] — Common of One Martyr
AR 1* — Vs. Deus in adjutorium
AR 61* — Vs. Benedicamus Domino

For the text only, but with a translation, click HERE.

To access today’s recording, click HERE.

Note: there is a commemoration of St. Liborius, Bishop and Confessor.