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Entertaining Angels

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Monday, December 10, 2007

Holy Vocations: Liturgy of the Hours -- Structure and Rankings#links

Holy Vocations: Liturgy of the Hours -- Structure and Rankings#links


liturgy said...


I have been working hard to provide a simple introduction for those starting out on praying the Liturgy of the Hours. This is what I have prepared:
I would be happy to receive any constructive suggestions to make this a better starting resource. I will incorporate suggestions if they appear helpful – and if other suggestions don’t say the opposite ☺

Please consider placing a link called “Liturgy of the Hours” or “Liturgy of the Hours (ecumenical)” to

Blessings on your venture

Little Scribe said...

Thank you so much for writing. I enjoyed visiting your website. I have been working on a format to assist others learn to say morning and evening prayer in the Liturgy of the Hours. I have it posted here: It may be opened in a word document. It is a work in progress but probably 95% finished. The problem I have found is that sources are not consistent or groups may vary in the way they say the Hours. On this blog I have a section on Liturgy in the right column for Catholic sources, including audios.