I have started to pray some of the Divine Hours.
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http://www.officiumdivinum.org

Unfortunately there is not translation. This is all in Latin. You can look up the English of the psalms in your Bibles.
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You might want to try;
http://divinumofficium.com/cgi-bin/horas/officium.pl

You can set it up with English on one side and Latin on the other. Explore and if you have questions post 'em here and quite a few here use and will know what to do. It's Gglas web site.
tim 
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#3
Thanks, that is very helpful.
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I like this site...if you pay a small subscription fee you can have all the office in a format that you don't have to go from place to place at...

http://www.breviary.net/



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(04-29-2010, 12:46 PM)Petertherock Wrote: I like this site...if you pay a small subscription fee you can have all the office in a format that you don't have to go from place to place at...

http://www.breviary.net/

the site gigas maintains is free and you don't have to go from place to place except for when you change hours.  all of one hour is on one page. Latin on the left, English on the right.  if you don't know a recurring prayer, like the gloria, you can click on it and it opens in a separate window.  otherwise, you just keep scrolling down





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When you set it up in the box where it says "all, psalms, nothing, skeleton", choose "all", it should give every hour in detail, and you should not need to click on the circles to get to the Gloria Patri, etc.. Then you'll be able to scroll through the entire hour line by line. The next box selects the version, the 1960 is the one for the TLM from 1962. Click on the version you want, but the 1955, 1960 and the new calendar do not have the prayer before and the prayer after the Divine Office. I highly recommend both, one at the start of the day and the other at the last hour. .Forgiveness is attached for any human error while reciting the Divine Office. You can print them and put them in a baggie as a sort of card to have handy at the computer.
tim
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Breviary.net has a mobile version wehere u dpont have to go place to place either. Its a good site
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(04-29-2010, 04:10 PM)timoose Wrote: When you set it up in the box where it says "all, psalms, nothing, skeleton", choose "all", it should give every hour in detail, and you should not need to click on the circles to get to the Gloria Patri, etc.. Then you'll be able to scroll through the entire hour line by line. The next box selects the version, the 1960 is the one for the TLM from 1962. Click on the version you want, but the 1955, 1960 and the new calendar do not have the prayer before and the prayer after the Divine Office. I highly recommend both, one at the start of the day and the other at the last hour. .Forgiveness is attached for any human error while reciting the Divine Office. You can print them and put them in a baggie as a sort of card to have handy at the computer.
tim

aha, that works!  thanks.  i was only having to open one prayer that begins "O Lord" and i figured i'd soon have it memorized without really trying but this will be smoother. 



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This makes me wonder how many of us here recite the Divine Office. I'm starting to think most all.
tim
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#10

I started a poll in the Divine Office forum to see how many pray it and for how long they've been doing it.

Please vote early, but not often.
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