It’s Friday. Focus on the chalice.
“Confitebimur tibi” (Psalm 74)
 In finem, ne corrumpas. Psalmus cantici Asaph.
Unto the end, lest you corrupt. A psalm of a canticle for Asaph.
 Confitebimur tibi, Deus, confitebimur, et invocabimus nomen tuum; narrabimus mirabilia tua.
We will make confession to You, God, we will make confession, and we will invoke Your name; we will tell Your marvels.
 Cum accepero tempus, ego justitias judicabo.
When I receive time, I your justices will I judge.
 Liquefacta est terra et omnes qui habitant in ea, ego confirmavi columnas ejus.
Melted is the earth and all who dwell in it, I myself have made firm its pillars.
 Dixi iniquis : Nolite inique agere, et delinquentibus : Nolite exaltare cornu.
I have said to the unjust, “Act not unjustly,” and to the delinquent, “Raise up not the horn.
 Nolite extollere in altum cornu vestrum; nolite loqui adversus Deum iniquitatem.
Extol not into the height your horn; speak not against God an injustice.”
 Quia neque ab oriente, neque ab occidente, neque a desertis montibus.
Since neither from the rising nor from the setting nor from the desert mountains.
 Quoniam Deus judex est; hunc humiliat, et hunc exaltat :
For God, a judge He is; this one He humbles and this one He exalts;
 quia calix in manu Domini vini meri, plenus misto. Et inclinavit ex hoc in hoc, verumtamen faex ejus non est exinanita; bibent omnes peccatores terrae.
since a chalice in the hand of the Lord of unmixed win, full of mixture. And He has tipped it from this unto this, nevertheless its dregs are not emptied out; they will drink, all the sinners of the earth.
 Ego autem annuntiabo in saeculum; cantabo Deo Jacob.
I, however, I will announce into the age; I will sing to the God of Jacob.
 Et omnia cornua peccatorum confringam; et exaltabuntur cornua justi.
And all the horns of sinners I will shatter; and they will be exalted, the horns of the just.