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To: markomalley
"And if you add in the readings from the Liturgy of the Hours, the percentage gets even higher..."

I wish I had the time to read the Liturgy of the Hours, I try to get the Psalms in as much as possible.

18 posted on 11/01/2009 7:23:45 AM PST by GonzoII ("That they may be one...Father")
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To: GonzoII
Another source of Liturgical Calendar, etc.

The Liturgical Calendar

Liturgical Calendar 2009 (Dec 2008 through Nov 2009)
November 30, 2008 is the first Sunday of Advent

Liturgical Calendar 2010 (Dec 2009 through Nov 2010)
November 29, 2009 is the first Sunday of Advent

Liturgical Calendar 2011 (Dec 2010 through Nov 2011)
November 28, 2010 is the first Sunday of Advent

The Liturgical Year begins with the First Sunday of Advent
List of Seasons with links


22 posted on 11/01/2009 7:46:35 AM PST by Salvation ("With God all things are possible." Matthew 19:26)
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To: GonzoII

http://www.universalis.com

They also have the major hours accessible by smartphone. Only takes about 15 minutes each for the morning and evening; maybe 20 minutes for the Office of Readings (which can be done at any time).


23 posted on 11/01/2009 7:48:47 AM PST by markomalley (Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus)
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To: GonzoII

Get a “Shorter Christian Prayer” (No, really, it doesn’t matter how tall you are) and keep it handy. If you just give yourself the assignment of reading the Morning and Evening Psalms and Canticles you’ll be doing a fine thing. The rest will come easily at its own time.


32 posted on 11/01/2009 10:32:54 AM PST by Mad Dawg (Oh Mary, conceived without sin: pray for us who have recourse to thee.)
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