Is there a Gloria or a Credo for St. Luke's Feast Day that is on a Friday?
  • Hello!

    I'm just needing clarification. There is no Credo, but there is a Gloria. Is that correct?

    Thank you for your help!

    Rebekah
  • GerardH
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    Assuming that you are in an Ordinary Form context, yes, that is correct.
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  • tomjaw
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    But what if your church, Diocese, city etc. is dedicated to St. Luke?

    N.B. In the EF St Luke will have a Gloria and Credo.
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  • GerardH
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    @tomjaw Ah, that would change things. Would need to check the table of liturgical precedence.
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  • If St. Luke is your parish, diocese or city patron, this feast becomes a First Class feast. Treat acccordingly.
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