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  1. Each week the lectors meet to study the Word. We end the evening with Vespers. I copy the evening’s Vespers and paste it into Word and make copies.

    Is there a way to view a particular day’s Vespers sooner than the “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” designation….say…a month in advance.

    • Yes if you click on one of the Yesterday or Tomorrow designation the address bar changes to include the date you wanted, all you have to do is plug this address into the bar divineoffice.org/?date=20140831 where in place of 20140831 you place the date you want to view in YYYYMMDD format so for example if you want to view the ones for Christmas Day you would type divineoffice.org/?date=20141225 in the bar.

    • The titles of the Songs normally used are: Alma Redemptoris Mater; Ave, Regina Caelorum; Regina Caeli; and Salve Regina. You can find a home page here http://www.ewtn.com/faith/teachings/maryd6.htm where you will find links to the words of each one and when they are used. If you were speaking of different Hymns to Our Lady then I’m sorry, but I’m not sure what you’re referring to.

  2. Great website. There is great support and apps for Apple. I wish there were more for Windows 8. When I use my PC to Pray Office I have to go to the website, it would be nice if I had an app that would open only the L.O.H.
    Thanks for a great service.

  3. The link for Evening Prayer 2 for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time on your web pages and for iTunes and RSS is for Evening Prayer 2 of the feast of St Bartholomew, and not for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time. I am fairly certain we do not celebrate the feast of St Bartholomew this year. Can you correct in time? Thank you for your wonderful work.

  4. I am trying to cut and paste portions of the evening readings for a prayer group at a nursing home. When I try to do this, I get a dark brown background behind the text, which will not work – changing the text to white is not an option for this application. If I select the readings and print them out, I can’t change the size or arrangement of the text, and I can’t print out just the psalms and canticles, which is what I am trying to do. Any suggestions?

    • @Fish, are you using Windows? If so, the easiest way to do this without downloading another app is to paste it first into a Notepad. Once it’s there, copy it again from Notepad and then past it into Word, or whatever word processor you are using.

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