Do you read the Breviary?

The Anchoress thinks you should.  And she's right.

James Martin, SJ

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9 years ago
I find Elizabeth Scalia's Anchoress blog mean spirited. I'm sorry that you cite it here.
9 years ago
An easy-to-use presentation of the Liturgy of the Hours, probably easier to use than the four-volume Liturgy of the Hours recommended by the Anchoress, is the day-by-day presentation by Universalis.  It is available online at www.universalis.com and is also available as an iPhone application in the iTunes app Store.  (Anglicans or Episcopalians have their counterpart online at http://www.dailyoffice.org)

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