For those who wish to pray the daily Breviary in Latin, and earlier editions, Divinum Officium is an invaluable site. Over the past years I have found the site divinumofficium to be of invaluable service. I do not see well, so i copied many of the Offices from this site onto my computer, edited them, enlarged them to a size that was easier for me to read, and printed them off and bound them into two volumes for daily use: one containing Laudes and the Horae Minores and the Commune Sanctorum ad Laudes, the other, containing Vesperae, Completorium, Commune Sanctorum ad Vesperas and Officium BMV and Off. I wrote to the founder of this site, now deceased, to express my thankfullness for his efforts. Cum Ecclesia atque Maria semper. Thank you.
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This Latin Vulgate edition has the psalms arranged in a single column. The recitation of the Divine Office should be at the heart of every Catholic, cleric particularly those in major orders and laity alike. Join the Church in one of her richest liturgical treasures, and with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass her official form of prayer that daily entreats the Holy Trinity, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and honors the Angelic Choirs and the Saints of God.
This high-quality breviary features throughout red and black text printed on natural-colored bible paper, bound in smooth grained flexible imitation black leather. Four multi-colored marking ribbons tops off this 3, page set of two volumes. Breviarium Meum allows you to pray the traditional Latin breviary of the Catholic Church wherever you go. Just pull out your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, select the hour to pray, and begin.
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In fact, the Mass is part of the Divine Office, and they are so intertwined in the public liturgy of the Church that one is really incomplete without the other. This same Office is chanted by monks in traditional monasteries and nuns in traditional convents, and is recited by members of lay orders and devout Catholic faithful. To give praise and glory to God throughout the hours of the day in the name of the Church, the clergy are placed under the duty of praying it daily. From this fact, it is called the Office, the word in this sense coming from the Latin word officium , meaning duty. Recent popes, like Pope St. Pius X and Pope Pius XII, have encouraged the laity to participate in saying the Office as well and for this reason have bestowed rich indulgences upon those of the faithful who do so.
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Friends and benefactors are remembered in a monthly Mass and the Divine Office daily. What's new? A list of all changes to Divinum Officium can be found on our GitHub repository. This website was created and designed by the late Laszlo Kiss. Kiss, longtime resident of Forrest Lake, Illinois, died suddenly at his home on Monday, 11 July , shortly after returning from a walk with his wife Marta.