The fiery orange gibbous Moon. There are about 90 minutes before sunrise, so Dawn hasn't yet roused herself from her untroubled sleep. I didn't see any other stars so am going to presume that some smoke remains above although it's entirely possible that my creaky neck and impoverished eyesight prevented me from seeing what there was to see. Today is the 14th Sunday post Pentecosten, the 2nd Sunday of September (which tells those who keep such knowledge in their heads which lessons from the Sacred Scriptures were read at Matins-- I simply read what the page presents to me, although obviously I know that there is an annual progression through the holy Books of the Prophets which begins in August).
The video recording of Holy Mass from Saint-Eugène is infra. I will return to regularly following the live-stream at the end of October for the Sunday which sees the celebration of the feast of Christ the King but for now am enjoying an uninterrupted night's sleep after the travelling (two or three miles of walking, bus rides et cetera) required to get to the parish downtown on Saturday evenings.