Today, in the 1962 Dominican Rite Calendar, we celebrate the feast of St. Rose of Lima. The feast is III Class, so the Ordinary office is prayed according to the rubrics. This is another one of those III Class feasts which retained many of the propers from the days when the feast was totum duplex or duplex. At Lauds, the Psalms of Sunday are prayed.
From the Martyrology:
At Lima in Peru, St. Rose, virgin, of the Third Order of our holy Father St. Dominic. The Roman Pontiff Clement IX called her "the first flower from the Western World." At the age of five she took the vow of virginity; later she was received by Christ in a miraculous way as His spouse. She added the most severe penances to a life of purest innocence and her fame spread because of her many miracles. She died on August 24.