17th Week of Pentecost

Monday Ramsho

Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, as we begin and until we conclude.
May mercy and compassion be poured forth upon us
in this world and the next.
O Lord, our God, to you be glory forever. Amen
Lord God,
grant that we may offer you praise in the evening,
thanksgiving throughout the night,
adoration at dawn,
petition in the morning,
and blessing at noon.
May we receive your gifts in the evening,
and rejoice at night with all those who have labored
in your vineyard in justice and holiness,
and give you glory, now and forever.
Peace be with the Church and her children.
Glory to God in the highest,
and peace on earth and good will to all.

Praise the Lord all you nations,
glorify him all you peoples!

For steadfast is his mercy toward us,
and the truth of the Lord endures forever.
Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, now and forever,
and peace on earth and good will to all.

Lord, have mercy on us and save us.
Lord God,
have mercy on us as you had compassion on the just and upright.
Forgive our sins and our faults;
grant us your assistance,
that we may glorify, adore and praise you,
with your Father and your Holy Spirit, now and forever.
Give to the Lord
glory and praise.

Psalm 29
Give to the Lord, you sons of God,
give to the Lord glory and praise.

Give to the Lord the glory due his name;
adore the Lord in holy attire.

The voice of the Lord is over the waters,
the God of glory thunders,
the Lord, over vast waters.

The voice of the Lord is mighty;
the voice of the Lord is majestic.

The voice of the Lord breaks the cedars,
The Lord breaks the cedars of Lebanon.

He makes Lebanon leap like a calf
and Sirion like a young bull.

The voice of the Lord strikes fiery flames;
the voice of the Lord shakes the desert,
the Lord shakes the wilderness of Kadesh.

The voice of the Lord twists the oaks and strips the forests,
and in his temple all say, “Glory!”

The Lord is enthroned above the flood;
the Lord is enthroned as king forever.

May the Lord give strength to his people;

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit,
now and forever. Amen.

Give to the Lord
glory and praise.

Lord, have mercy on us and save us.
O God, have compassion on our lowliness,
and pity our weakness.
Lend an ear to our pleas,
accept our petitions and lay your merciful right hand upon us.
On the great Day of your coming,
may we find true joy in you.
O Lord, our God, our hope is in you and we call upon your name; to you be glory forever.
Psalm 141: 1-4
O Lord, to you I call; hasten to me;
harken to my voice when I call upon you.

Let my prayer come like incense before you;
the lifting up of my hands, like the evening sacrifice.

O Lord, set a watch before my mouth,
a guard at the door of my lips.

Let not my heart incline to the evil
of engaging in deeds of wickedness

With men who are evildoers;
and let me not partake of their dainties.

Psalm 142
With a loud voice I cry out to the Lord;
with a loud voice I beseech the Lord.

My complaint I pour out before him;
before him I lay bare my distress.

When my spirit is faint within me,
you know my path.

In the way along which I walk
they have hid a trap for me.

I look to the right to see,
but there is no one who pays me heed.

I have lost all means of escape;
there is no one who cares for my life.

I cry out to you, O Lord:
I say, “You are my refuge, my portion in the land
of the living.”

Attend to my cry,
for I am brought low indeed.

Rescue me from my persecutors,
for they are too strong for me.

Lead me forth from prison,
that I may give thanks to your name.

The just shall gather around me
when you have been good to me.

Psalm 119:105-112
A lamp to my feet is your word,
a light to my path.

I resolve and swear
to keep your just ordinances.

I am very much afflicted;
O Lord, give me life according to your word.

Accept, O Lord, the free homage of my mouth,
and teach me your decrees.

Though constantly I take my life in my hands,
yet I forget not your law.

The wicked have laid a snare for me,
but from your precepts I have not strayed.

Your decrees are my inheritance forever;
the joy of my heart they are.

I intend in my heart to fulfill you statutes
always to the letter.

Psalm 117
Praise the Lord, all you nations;
glorify him, all you peoples!

For steadfast is his mercy toward us,
and the truth of the Lord endures forever.
Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, now and forever. Amen.

Praise, glory and honor to the One who pardons faults,
forgives sins, cleanses the impure, sanctifies the repentant, and receives sinners.

He alone is compassionate and merciful, the hope and Savior of all people,
the good and kind Lord to whom is due glory and honor this
and all the days of our lives,
now and forever.
Christ Jesus our Lord,
you do not desire the death of the sinner,
but that he repent of his evil conduct and have life.
Hope of the despairing and Savior of those who have fallen,
you promise:
“Ask and I shall give to you, knock and I shall open
to you;
I shall stretch forth my hand and pardon your faults
of ignorance.”
Strengthened by the hope of your kindness,
we who are faltering under the yoke of sin cry out for your
for willingly we have offended you and we do not know how to
call upon you.
Like the publican we pray:
“O God, have mercy on your sinful servants.”
Receive us, in spite of our sin,
do not be angry with us and do not turn your face from us.
Pardon us and have mercy on us, O our Creator.
If you desire, you can purify us.
We have sinned against heaven and against you,
and no longer deserve to be called your servants.
Let your kindness reach us;
do not reject us, nor abandon us, like the foolish virgins,
to the darkness.
Do not leave us in our shame and confusion, outside the
gate of your paradise,
and do not extinguish our lamps at your festal banquet.
Do not shut the door of your goodness, nor reject us according to your justice,
but rather cover us with the mantle of your compassion,
that we may be sheltered from your awesome justice.
With the penitent sinner who returned justified,
and the evildoers who believed in you and entered paradise,
may we obtain the pardon of our faults and forgiveness

of our sins,
and enter the garden of light on the great and awesome Day
of your second coming.
To you we shall lift our voices in praise and glory,
now and forever.
accept this incense (our prayer) which we now offer to your
majesty, as you accepted the incense of Zechariah who
beheld the angel and heard him announce the birth of John,
the baptizer of Christ.
through the intercession of your saints and holy martyrs,
accept our offering, as you accepted the incense offered by the high priest. May peace reign in the churches and monasteries, and may their members enjoy your eternal protection.
Lord God,
may this incense (our prayer) which we have offered for your
glory and our salvation,
be pleasing to you and obtain forgiveness of our sins.
For we lift up before you our faith,
that through your kindness our hearts may be cleansed and
To you, your only Son and your Holy Spirit be glory,
now and forever.
The heavens glorify you, earth praises you, the sea adores you; all sing of the hidden power which created them.
Heaven with its lights, the earth with its flowers, and the sea with its fish, all sing of the hidden power which created

Jesus, your flock implores you amid their sufferings and tears; in your kindness, deliver them from the evils which oppress

A Reading from the Gospel of Luke
Luke 16: 19-31
“There was a rich man who dressed in purple garments and fine linen and dined sumptuously each day. And lying at his door was a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who would gladly have eaten his fill of the scraps that fell from the rich man’s table. Dogs even used to come and lick his sores. When the poor man died, he was carried away by angels to the bosom of Abraham. The rich man also died and was buried, and from the netherworld, where he was in torment, he raised his eyes and saw Abraham far off and Lazarus at his side.
And he cried out, ‘Father Abraham, have pity on me. Send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, for I am suffering torment in these flames.’ Abraham re plied,
‘My child, remember that you received what was good during your lifetime while Lazarus likewise received what was bad; but now he is comforted here, whereas you are tormented.
Moreover, between us and you a great chasm is established to prevent anyone from crossing who might wish to go from our side to yours or from your side to ours.’ He said, ‘Then I beg you, father, send him to my father’s house, for I have five brothers, so that he may warn them, lest they too come to this place of torment.’ But Abraham replied, ‘They have Moses and the prophets. Let them listen to them.’ He said, ‘Oh no, father Abraham, but if someone from the dead goes to them, they will repent.’ Then Abraham said, ‘If they will not listen to Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded if someone should rise from the dead.’ ”
O Lord of night, and Master of all time,
hear our supplication and have mercy on us.
You reconciled heaven and earth, grant peace to your Church
and keep her children in the light of the cross.
At night, when the light of the sun sets on the horizon,
be for us a radiant light, and we shall praise your majesty.
Son of God, may your Word be a lamp for us and a brilliant
sun to guide us.
Priests, sing to God during the night, just as Moses presented his evening offering, and commanded that sacrifices be offered as praise and glory to God every evening and morning.
In the evening, instead of sacrifices, offer praise;
instead of burnt offerings, a humble prayer. Whoever
has understanding, speech and tongue must thank God
on behalf of voiceless creatures.
Lord, those you have gifted with reason and spiritual powers, praise you for your glory. May the Church and her children
whom you have rescued from error, give glory and thanks-
giving to you, your Father and your Holy Spirit.
The Virgin Mary, your Mother, and the apostles, prophets and
martyrs intercede for us; O God, through their prayers,
strengthen the weak, comfort the sick, grant pardon to the
deceased, and forgive the faults of us poor sinners.

Exalt, O Lord, the memory of your Mother and your saints;
through their prayers grant pardon to us and our deceased.
Through the prayers of your Mother, the prophets, apostles
and martyrs, watch over the living, and in your mercy,
forgive those who have died.
Let us confess, adore, and praise the holy and glorious Trinity: Father, Son, + and Holy Spirit. Amen.
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Holy are you, O God;
Holy are you, O Strong One;
Holy are you, O Immortal One;
have mercy on us
Lord, have mercy on us.
Lord, forgive us and have mercy on us.
Lord, hear us and have mercy on us.
Lord, accept our worship and our prayers.
Lord, come to our assistance and have mercy on us.
Our Father, who are in heaven,
hallowed be your name;
your kingdom come;
your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread;
and forgive us our trespasses
as we forgive those who trespass against us;
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours,
now and forever.
O Lord
the night and the day are yours;
you uphold the light and the sun.
Through your power you direct the sequence of the seasons.

O Lord,
you have brought the day to its close and called forth the night.
Be for us that great Day that never ends.
In the evening let your light shine in our hearts,
and in the darkness of the night,
enlighten us with the knowledge of your truth.
And so, through all the days of our lives,
we shall praise you, Father, Son, Holy Spirit.
To you be glory and may your mercy rest upon us,
now and forever.
Let us thank God for all the graces he has bestowed on us
this day which has passed in calm and peace.
Let us recall our failings against the commandments of
God and the Church in thought, word, deed, or omission
We ask for God’s pardon as we pray:
“Forgive us, Jesus!”
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Glory be to you, O Lord.
Glory be to you, O Lord.
Glory be to you, O Lord.
Father in heaven,
by your living and holy name,
keep us from evil and lead us not into temptation;
for we call upon you, O Lord our God, our constant hope,
glory to you forever.
O Lord, our Lord,
may our humble worship be pleasing to you;
may our prayers come before you and our actions give you
Let your mercy, kindness, help, graces and divine love
be poured abundantly upon us, poor sinners,
both in heaven and on the earth
which you have created in your goodness.
O Lord, our God, to you be glory forever.

Peace be with you.
And also with you.
O God,
through the prayers of your Mother and the saints who have
believed in you:
Through the prayers of the prophets, apostles, martyrs and confessors; through the prayers of the just, the priests, the holy fathers, the pastors and doctors of true faith;
through the prayers of N., Pope of Rome, N., our Patriarch,
and N., our Bishop,
forgive your people and have mercy on your flock.
May God bless, forgive, sanctify, purify, and keep each of the faithful united with us in this spiritual office.
May mercy and compassion be upon us and all the faithful who
dwell here.
May peaceful rest be granted to those who have died in the faith.
May the faithful who live here experience the protection of his victorious cross.
May we and all his servants who adore him with bowed head,
receive the mercy of the holy and glorious Trinity:
Father, Son, + and Holy Spirit,
to whom be glory now and forever.
May God forgive your sins,
pardon your failings,
and deliver you from the power of the enemy.
May he grant you the remission of your offenses.
Go in peace, and pray to Christ for me.