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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Servant Books
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Witness of the Saints: Patristic Readings in the Liturgy of the HoursMilton WalshIgnatius Press / 2012 / Hardcover$31.46 Retail:
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The Divine Office for Dodos: A Step-By-Step Guide to Praying the Liturgy of the HoursMadeline Pecora NugentCatholic Book Publishing / 2008 / Trade Paperback$8.06 Retail:
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Don't let concerns about "what page am I supposed to be on?" scare you away. Sockey will be your guide to answer common questions and overcome common fears. Your prayer life will never be the same!
Steven Beale, Catholic Exchange
Dane Faulkner, CEO, DivineOffice.org
Karen Edmisten, author of After Miscarriage: A Catholic Woman's Companion to Healing and Hope
Mike Aquilina, author of Yours Is the Church and EWTN host
from the Introduction by Lisa Hendey, author and CEO of CatholicMom.com
"If you've ever been daunted by opening a breviary with all it pages, sections and ribbons, here's the help you've been waiting for! Daria Sockey's handy how-to manual, The Everyday Catholic's Guide to the Liturgy of the Hours, instills the confidence we need to use the breviary to encounter the Word of God every day."
Pat Gohn, author of Blessed, Beautiful and Bodacious: Celebrating the Gift of Catholic Womanhood, and host of the Among Women podcast
The Everyday Catholics Guide to the Liturgy of the Hours is a wonderful and necessary resource for any Christian interested in deepening their personal prayer life. Daria Sockey, a regular contributor to the National Catholic Register, has successfully created a handbook to the Liturgy of the Hours. This official prayer of the Church, once the purview of priests and religious monks and nuns, is now accessible to every Christian via traditional book format or online. Sockey prudently informs the reader of an abundance of material available on the Internet.
This helpful little handbook introduces some historical information about the Liturgy of the Hours before providing a step-by-step procedure for praying the hours. If one is using a one volume or multi-volume Liturgy of the Hours, Sockey expertly takes the reader through the seemingly complicated ritual. The result of following her easy recommendations will allow one to enter into the ritual and rhythm of this ancient prayer practice. The text is complete with a brief notes section. Recommended for all parish libraries.