Good Friday Our Lord Died for Our Sins
Abroad the regal banners fly
Now shines the cross of mystery
Upon it life did death endure
And yet by death did life procure

Who wonded by a wicked spear
Did purposely to wash us clear
From stain of sin pour out a flood
Of precious water mixed with blood

Hail Cross of hopes the most sublime
Triumph and glory of all time
Grant to the just increase of grace
And every sinnr's crimes efface

Blest Trinity salvation's spring
May every soul your praises sing
Celestial crowns on those bestow
Wo conguer by the Cross below
Abroad The Regal Banners Fly
Vexilla Regis proeunt 
Fulget crucis mysterium
Quo carne carnis Conditor Suspensus est patibulo

Quo vulneratus insuper 
Mucrone diro lanceae
Ut nos lavaret crimine,
Manavit unda et sanguine. 

Impleta sunt quae concinit
David fideli carmine
Dicens In nationibus
Regavit a ligno Deus

Arbor decora et fulgida
Ornata Regis purpura
Electa digno stipite
Tam sancta membra tangere


Vexilla Regis Proeunt 
Mass is not said today in the Catholic Church...
The Mass of the Presanctified is served
The following from the Traditional Rite
Priest, Deacon and Subdeacon, in black vestments, go without lights and incense to the altar where they prostrate themselves on the floor and pray.  In the meantime, the Acolytes spread a linen cloth over the altar.  The Priest then ascends the steps , kisses the altar  and goes to the Epistle side to read the prophecy, while a Reader sings it, standing where the Epistle is usually sung.
Lesson  Osee, 6, 1-6
Subdeacon sings a lesson  Exodi, 12, 1-1187

The Priest at the Epistle side, sings orations

Oremus, dilectissimi nobis pro Ecclesia sancta dei ut eam Deus et Dominus nostificare adunareet custodire dignetur toto orbe terrarum subjiciens ei principatus et potestates detque nobis quietam et tranquillam vitam degentibus glorificare Deum Patrem omnipotentem

Many invitations and orations chanted each ending in the above manner