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4,019 thoughts on “Guestbook

  1. In appreciation of Divine Office and this community…may we all be guided by the Holy Spirit toward Spirit-ed and Spirit-filled action. In Carmel, Melissa Mruskovich

    • Happy Feast Day Sts. Anne & Joachim, parents of our Blessed Mother and Grandparents to Jesus. Let us honor these significant people God gifted us with.

  2. It is nice to see just how many of us are praying at the same time. I like DO for many reasons. One is that in the morning while I take my inhalation I am able to do a hands free Morning Prayer..and, of course, the devotion and felt fervor of the readers is so, so strenthening and healing to me

  3. This is my daily bread. I have the app, which is such a blessing in the week when away from the home.
    Excellent does not express this amazing way to worship God.having this format at the touch of the hand

  4. Good morning.
    Question. Why the Psalm prayers are not said while praying the Office of Readings? I don’t know if there is reason for it and that’s why I am asking. It has been happening lately. Thanks in advance for your response.

  5. It’s so great to see a ministry like this persevering and finding a way to work with the USCCB to make something to beautiful available to so many. We need to pray and not faint–and this is an invaluable help in doing so.

    I’ll be sending everyone I can to divineoffice.org.

    God bless you all,
    William C. Michael
    Classical Liberal Arts Academy

  6. I am certain that you are aware of the recent liturgical change in translation of the closing prayer. As of February 17 we are to take out the word “ONE”..It’s now to be just God forever and ever. Perhaps these were already pre-recorded and it’s a big process to change. Regardless, thanks for this ministry, it is a wonderful community and a great resource.

  7. Thank you for this wonderful community of prayer. May our good and generous God bless all of you with his amazing love. And may the Sacred Heart of Jesus enfold you and keep you safe.

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