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  1. Doctors of the Church.
    St. Albertus Magnus-1931,St. Alphonsus Liguori-1871,St. Ambrose*-1298,St. Anselm-1720,St. Anthony of Lisbon and Padua-1946,St. Athanasius*-1568,St. Augustine*-1298,St. Basil the Great*-1568,St. Bede the Venerable*-1899,St. Bernard of Clairvaux-1830,St. Bonaventure-1588,St. Catherine of Siena-1970,St. Cyril of Alexandria*-1883,St. Cyril of Jerusalem*-1883,St. Ephrem*-1920,St. Francis de Sales-1877,St. Gregory of Narek*[16]-2015,St. Gregory of Nazianzus*-1568,St. Hilary of Poitiers*-1851,St. Gregory the Great*-1298,St. Hildegard of Bingen-2012,St. Isidore of Seville*-1722,St. Jerome*-1298,St. John Chrysostom*-1568,St. John Damascene*-1890,St. John of Ávila-2012,St. John of the Cross-1926,St. Leo the Great*-1754,St. Peter Canisius-1925,St. Peter Chrysologus*-1729,St. Peter Damian-1828,St. Robert Bellarmine-1931,St. Teresa of Ávila-1970,St. Thérèse of Lisieux-1997,St. Thomas Aquinas-1567

  2. I’m 80 years old. I can’t recall now how many years I’ve had the Divine Office app but it must have been almost from your beginning. When it was not IOS updated, I continued to get it on my old iPad!. Then I discovered the this website. I am a Dominican Tertiary, it is amazing to me that Divine Office linked me to a praying community of Franciscians! I’m living with the Little Sisters of Poor now and can still go outside with iPad and pray with you. It is a great comfort to me! Thank you for all you!

  3. I am sure no one is happy being confined to their homes . We make the best of it. As a retired priest I miss going to my Church and being-with parishioners. In reality they are the Church. I have taking of what I have ( Time ) to occupy myself doing crafts selling them and sending the money to St. Jude Hospital for Children. (A busy mind is a Less Tempted Mind.) As a sinner I Thank God for the time I still have on earth. I’m 85, As I said many time. Be Ready You Never Know When
    HE WILL CALL. Fr. Gill

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