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Chapel

Today’s Eucharist Readings (NAB)

The Bible through the Seasons (reading the whole Bible daily in three years)
The Bible through the Seasons blog site

The Daily Office

Morning Prayer
Yesterday Today Tomorrow

Evening Prayer
Yesterday Today Tomorrow

Night Prayer
Yesterday Today Tomorrow

Daily Prayer (with different time-zone options) provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.

St Bede’s Breviary (wonderful, flexible resource based on TEC’s BCP)

podcast Liturgy of the Hours Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration

podcast of New Zealand Prayer Book office (opens in new window)

Liturgy of the Hours (Roman Catholic – Universalis)

Traditional 1928 BCP

Mission St. Clare

Common Prayer a liturgy for ordinary radicals

Anglican Cycle of Prayer (long term) or current

Lectio (prayerful reflection on a scripture passage)

Today’s reading from the Rule of St Benedict
A reflection on today’s reading of the Rule (Br. Jerome OSB – scroll down)

Today’s reading at Taizé (opens in new window)

Daily Reflection from the Upper Room

Daily worship from Sacredise (based on RCL)

Saint of the day

A Spiritual Exercise for the Week (following Ignatian Spirituality)

Examen of Consciousness (Ignatian)

Antiphons for the Magnificat and Benedictus (PDF) for all Sundays of the Year (thanks Tom Kostrzewa) This is intended to form a booklet 225 x 150 mm (9″ x 6″). Some cutting may be needed.

On the top of this page is Rublev’s icon of the Trinity reflection 1 reflection 2

4 thoughts on “Chapel”

  1. What an interesting website! I tried to find Cranmer’s translation of this week’s RC collect and you came up at once. But I can’t find anything about you. Would you kindly tell me who you are?

      1. Hi Bosco – just a note to say that the “About this Site” link does not show at the bottom of any of the pages, or at the top. Usually the “About this Site” and “Contact” details are found at the top of the page. This would be very useful.
        I’m using an iPad so perhaps the info does show on other devices?

        1. Thanks, “A” – I have recently needed to abandon my previous theme, and have purchased a different one, so I am only slowly rebuilding the look of the site (I only have limited time for this). I am also needing to learn to use the theme (and have limited time for that). But thanks for noticing this. Also: please use your normal name in comments. Blessings.

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