a joyful Feast of the Visitation

Happy Visitation Day! Monday’s hymn, Veniens Mater Inclita (“approaching mother acclaimed”), is a lovely meditation in which we put ourselves into the scene of the Blessed Mother to her cousin St. Elizabeth. In the hymn, all the nations of the church...

blessed Pentecost

Today, Pentecost, is the most happy birthday of the Church, the spotless Bride of Christ. As Paul explains on the Patreon page, we have an interruption in our processes today. We are working to fix the problem. Please pray for us, brothers and sisters, as we pray for...

April milestones

Yesterday, April 11, marks the completion of three months of posting the Liturgy of the Hours every single day. Although this project started last December, regular postings began January 11. The YouTube video for 1/11 had 48 views. For comparison, yesterday’s...

a blessed Triduum and Easter Octave

Dear friends, We would like to offer you our best wishes for the end of this Holy Week and the beginning of the Octave of Easter. May your Triduum be reflective and solemn and happy, all at once. May your will be at rest with God’s will, as Jesus’ body was at rest,...

a glimpse of the posting workflow

Hello friends. This is Paul’s dad John. Sometimes I get to see parts of his workflow as he puts together Lauds and Vespers. As you might imagine, it’s pretty complicated. Today he spent over 12 hours recording much of the Vespers music for next week....

Who is praying with us?

We are all pretty new to the Liturgy of the Hours, and have been doing them, as a regular exercise, for a couple of months only. Paul has been talking for some time to family and friends about how wonderful the Liturgy is, even for lay people like us, and finally he...