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Frequently Asked Questions About The Divine Office Prayers


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This entire website- actually, this entire ministry- is all about encouraging prayer. The Divine Office isn't just a prayer- it's a meditation and an
 aid to Holiness. Jesus chanted and sang the Psalms. St. Francis and St. Thérèse did as well. The Liturgy of the Hours, as it's also called, is
main prayer of almost every monastery and convent and has been for more than fifteen hundred years. We include all 8 prayers of the Office,
7 days a week and encourage you to pray as often as your time and circumstances allow.

We also want to encourage singing/chanting the psalms. Here is the link to all 150 psalms sung

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbvjHQTf82k&t=32319s

By clicking on the link above and going down the page- just a little, there's a "show more" link which will allow you to play the exact psalm of the prayer with one click.

Here's a direct link to the words of each psalm as it's sung from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer:

1-50
 http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/1928/Psalms1.htm

51-100
http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/1928/Psalms2.htm

101-150
http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/1928/Psalms3.htm