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  1. DIVINE OFFICE
    I WAS TOLD I WOULD NOT HAVE ANY MORE TROUBLE SIGNING IN BUT THAT IS NOT THE
    THE CASE WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH MY ACCOUNT ?
    I HAVE SENT IN A LARGE DONATION FOR THE YEAR I FOLLOW THE CHRISTIAN
    MARKINGS BUT BOTH ARE ALSO USED AT TIMES WHAT PASS WORD DID YOU ASSIGN ME

  2. I am a road warrior and would be lost without the LOH. I love using the four volume set even though it can be complicated. There is something about the books which adds dignity to our Liturgy. However, they are heavy and a burden on the road. Without your website, I would be lost. Your site provides the most complete worship to our ever-loving and compassionate Triune God.

    I urge all users to support divineoffice.org with a monthly gift. Let’s keep them afloat.

    Thank you for your support. Many blessings on your life-giving ministry.

    Gary Mallaley

  3. Hi all,

    First, I would like to thank the creators of this site. I love the books, and have often used them, but can find them difficult to navigate. This site is much more user friendly. I wondered if you were going to restore the capability to post links to the site on social media. In the past, I have often shared this way with family and friends, who were very appreciative. Lastly, please join me in prayers of gratitude for a wonderful marriage. My husband James and I were married 12 years ago today. God bless you all and your work!

  4. How can I get a copy of the recording used in Morning Prayer this morning July 10
    On this day the first of days by Gabe Bouck and Rebecca Hinke copyright Surgeworks 2016

  5. This is the translation for Saint Teresa de Avila: Original Spanish:

    Nada te turbe,
    nada te espante;
    todo se pasa,
    Dios no se muda.
    La paciencia todo lo alcanza.
    Quien a Dios tiene nada la falta:
    solo Dios basta.

    English translation:

    Let nothing disturb you,
    Let nothing frighten you,
    All things are passing away:
    God never changes.
    Patience obtains all things.
    Whoever has God lacks nothing;
    God alone suffices.

    – St Teresa of Avila

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