I'm trying to learn to use a physical breviary. So far it's been pretty smooth sailing, but today (Sunday Nov 12) has been a disaster. I try to compare what I'm praying from the breviary with what it tells me to pray on the Laudate app on my phone, just to confirm that I'm navigating the book correctly. Today to my horror all the psalms were completely different and many of the other prayers too. Apparently it's the Feast Day of St. Martin and this is reason enough to interrupt the weekly cycle of psalms.
Furthermore, while I was going through the pages I came to a direction which reads as follows:
Next, in choir, the Martyrology is read; and it is appropriate to do this outside of choir also.
I am completely clueless as to where I am supposed to find this martyrology in my breviary. The Laudate app provides it in full, but I would like to know where to find it in my physical book.
I'm praying the traditional divine office (pre-Vatican 2 reforms) and the breviary I'm using is the one published by Baronius press. Would anyone happen to have any pointers as to which page I'm supposed to be looking at to find this elusive martyrology?
The contents page of the breviary looks roughly like this:
Ordinary - Constant part Ordinary - Variable part Psalter Common of Saints Office of the dead The gradual psalms The seven penitential psalms Litany of the saints Proper of the season Homilies and collects for sundays Proper of the saints