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the nativity of John and the heart of Jesus

Today is a special day for many reasons. June 24 is traditionally observed as the Nativity of John the Baptist. (Happy birthday St. John; pray for us!) This year, June 24 is also the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. John’s mission was to prepare the way for...

Christus conscendit caelos: The Feast of the Ascension

Move over, Spring-Summer-Winter-Fall: Christmastide and Eastertide are the two great seasons of our year, which we call the "liturgical year." (Our other year, the "civil calendar", set according to astronomy and old convention, is shared in common with everyone.) At...

What is the Liturgy of the Hours?

“Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will proclaim your praise.”

The Liturgy of the Hours, also known as the Divine Office or Breviary, is the daily prayer of the universal Church, with prayers dispersed at intervals throughout the day to sanctify time and work.

Daily practice of this liturgical prayer, which is steeped in the richness of Sacred Scripture, will give Christians authentic spiritual food, sanctify their days, and unite them more closely with the Church throughout the world.


Also known as Morning Prayer, Lauds is sung in the early morning hours to dedicate the day to God.

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Also known as Evening Prayer, Vespers is sung in the evening to offer God thanksgiving and praise.

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