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  1. Good Morning – How would I find the music for this mornings Hymn? “The Dawn is Sprinkling in the East by Rebecca Hincke” by Rebecca Hincke • Title: The Dawn is Sprinkling in the East; Text: Aurora iam spargit polum, 7th-8th c.; Tr. Edward Caswall; Tune: Chant, Mode I; Lumen Christi Hymnal; Artist: Rebecca Hincke; Recording copyright 2016 by Surgeworks, Inc.

    Beautifully done Rebecca!

  2. Peace and love to you all. Thank you to all who put so much work into Divine Office every day. I could not find fault if I tried and without my time here each morning, to welcome my Jesus into a new day, thank and praise Him for His Goodness and Love, I could not get through the day. Sleepless nights, anxiety attacks, caring for a sick daughter with cancer who also suffered a major stroke at the age of 23 have caused me to find it sometimes difficult to place God first in my life . . . then I come here, first thing each morning and I am refreshed and revived. I look out at this beautiful Autumn day in Dorset having prayed here and my heart is at peace and at rest in Him. Thank you all who put so much into what you do here for Our Lord and for all who visit here, and for helping me to stay grounded in His Sacred Heart as I journey with Him on my daily walk towards Paradise. † With gratitude and love. † God bless you.

  3. I’d like to ask that the “Recent Comments” section on the pages of the prayers be removed. It’s very distracting at best and disturbing at worst, to have to see discussions, especially negative discussions, when we don’t wish to. I think it would be best if comments were only visible on the Guestbook page. Thank you.

  4. The “Ave Maria” chanted by Gretchen Harris in this mornings Office of Readings was just beautiful. I ha tried to leave a comment on her web site, but it failed.

    Blessings be with you Gretchen Harris.

  5. By listening and reading with my heart, mind, and soul with my community in the world, God is praised and loved. Merit is gained and offered back to my Beloved so He can grant it to those who are in more need than I. We shall go before God with empty hands and filled with His love, sit next to Him and He will place His arm around and love us. My prayer is sent to heaven with those of my community. What joy in this understanding.

  6. May the good Lord always bless the ‘Divine Office’ team. Nothing like praying in common with all my fellow believers the world over at the same time!

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