Recover the ancient tradition of the pre-Lenten season with special devotions including the burial of the Alleluia, prayers for Septuagesima, Sexagesima, and Quinquagesima, and devotions for Shrovetide and Mardi Gras.
Spend your Lent profitably with this handy collection of prayers that you can carry in your pocket wherever you go. These excellent devotions from traditional sources will keep your focus on Christ crucified and help stir up a lively repentance and contrition for your sins.
As your Lenten observances intensify, you will appreciate this collection of devotions that will keep your focus on Christ crucified. Carry it in your purse or pocket wherever you go! We've brought together numerous beautiful prayers from traditional sources that will take you through the final two weeks of Lent and Holy Week.
The handy pocket guide to Sunday Vespers. Features the full text of the Sunday office in both Latin and English. Includes the standard Sunday Psalms 109 through 113 as well as the other Psalms sung in special seasons and on feast days.
This office is among the Church's most solemn commemorations of a departed soul. It was most often recited on All Souls' Day and on the anniversary of a loved one's death, and it was an important component of the medieval Book of Hours. This traditional English version of the Office, including Matins and Lauds, was prepared for the laity by American bishops in the 1880s.
An easy way to integrate the traditional Divine Office into your morning prayers! This simplified office of Prime in English was specifically recommended for morning prayer by the American bishops in the 1880s.
Keeping this booklet on your nightstand makes it easy to integrate the Divine Office into your bedtime prayers. This full Office of Compline in English was produced expressly for the use of the laity by the same American bishops who authorized the Baltimore Catechism.