Answered by Legionary of Christ Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy and sacramental theology and director of the Sacerdos Institute at the Regina Apostolorum university.

 Q: On the obligatory memorial of Saints Basil and Gregory Nazianzen, Thursday, January 2, the Ordo says for the Liturgy of the Hours: ‘Pss I, Sanctoral and Seasonal proper of the day (2 Jan.-Epiph).’ My question is, How are those two propers put together, what parts of each are said and what parts of each are not said? — T.H., Dearborn Heights, Michigan

A: It must be admitted that Advent and Christmas seasons are among the most complex seasons for those who pray the Divine Office, and the use of several bookmarks is often required.

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