Foradi, 4 Columbina. Day of Madria Rhea.
First, I would like to congratulate Madria Sophia for having attained the office of Prima Filia or First Daughter. She will be my successor as Prima Madria or First Mother of the Janite Ekklesia and the Janite Order of Priestesses and Sisterhood (JOP).
Secondly, I would also like to announce that the Eastminster Critical Edition of the Clear Recital has become the official edition for the Janites. We look forward to its final edition in printed form. It is now available in downloadable form including for Kindle. Please see our links section.
The Preface for Lady Day, tomorrow, for both the Great Liturgy of Dea for clergy and for the RoS for those devotees who choose to offer it, is:
Holy Kyria, You have come to us as Our Soteria. You have shared Your Soul with us and with the World. You reign as Our Divine Princess as You bring all of Nature back to new life of bud, of blossom and of the new born. We praise You, we bless You, we adore You. Blessed are You.
And a second preface for the Feast of Madria Grace:
O, Maria Grace, clothed in shimmering robes of green and pink, bestowing compassionate love and instilling mercy, be with us.
The Mythos of the Divine Maid aka the Mythos of God the Daughter, chapter VII verses 1-12.
For Lunadi, it is the Preface of the Holy Daughter as found in the RoS and the Great Liturgy.
For Crescent Moon:
C: O, Gentle Moon of our Salvation, You Who are the Earthly Love, Form and Soul,
A: Enter our hearts with Your Love.
Scripture reading for Lunadi will be the same Chapter as above, The Mythos of the Divine Maid aka the Mythos of God the Daughter, chapter VII verses 14 through 25.