In Anglia today is the transferred feast of St. George, Patron of the Realm.
Already, on Friday, England has been blessed by Almighty God with the graces from a marriage of the Royal House. Now, today, the Patron of England is celebrated as a transferred Double of the First Class, but without an Octave this year.
Yesterday afternoon first Vespers of St. George were sung with a commemoration of the Sunday. The Office is taken from the Common of a Martyr. At Lauds a commemoration of St. Athanasius is sung. At Mass the Gloria is sung, the Creed is sung and the Paschal preface is sung.
At Vespers a commemoration is sung of the following feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross.