Do you pray the Divine Office?
#1
I am curious as to if many pray the Divine Office and if so, what print do you use?

I use the Monastic Diurnale and try to pray all the day hours:
http://www.farnboroughabbey.org/press/dirunal.php
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#2
I use the Diurnale and Matins volumes of the Breviarium Monasticum published by Lancelot Andrewes.
http://www.andrewespress.com/md.html
http://www.andrewespress.com/matins.html

Prior to that I used (and still break out once in a blue moon) the Anglican Breviary, published independently.
http://www.anglicanbreviary.net/
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#3
(08-04-2011, 02:19 PM)tmw89 Wrote: I use the Diurnale and Matins volumes of the Breviarium Monasticum published by Lancelot Andrewes.
http://www.andrewespress.com/md.html
http://www.andrewespress.com/matins.html

Prior to that I used (and still break out once in a blue moon) the Anglican Breviary, published independently.
http://www.anglicanbreviary.net/
Wow!
You pray Matins! God bless you.
I'm not there yet.
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#4
Yes.

I use a 1920s breviary set which I found on eBay when I pray it from a book, but I also have an electronic version I created where each day's Office is a separate HTML page, and I usually use that - no page flipping required. I use the 1911 rubrics, although I include several local feasts as well as those feasts added to the universal 1962 Calendar.
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#5
1962 with Vulgate Psalter
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#6
Christian Prayer :)
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#7
I pray some of the hours, and either I use the Monastic Diurnal or the site Divinum Officium. Because of my chronic health problems I've dropped Matins, and I only pray Lauds, Prime, and Vespers now. I like the no flippin' pages some days and on other days I like flippin' pages. I'm partial to the Monastic, the Divino Afflatu, and the 1570 Trent versions.

tim
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#8
Yes.

1950 Benziger Brothers edition in English.

Usually get in Matins, Lauds, Vespers, and Compline.
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#9
So-called Anglican Breviary.
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#10
Due to circumstances beyond my control, I am currently 'breviaryless', but I used to have and pray both the Collegeville and the Anglican as well as a Dominican Diurnal all in Latin.
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