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Anglican Daily Office

Anglican Daily Office

By The Very Rev. Canon Richard Bugyi-Sutter, SSM
Morning and Evening Prayer, in the Anglican Catholic Tradition.
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May 5, Evening Prayer
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06:51
May 5, 2021
Regina Coeli
This devotion on the Incarnation is traditionally prayed during Eastertide, in place of the Angelus, at 6am, noon, and 6pm.  
00:46
May 5, 2021
May 5, Morning Prayer
Morning and Evening Prayer, in the Anglican Catholic Tradition. Support this ministry by becoming a Patreon sponsor:  https://www.patreon.com/AnglicanDailyOffice
06:04
May 4, 2021
May 4, Evening Prayer
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06:22
May 4, 2021
Some Pastoral Thoughts on Revision of the Office (by Martin Thornton)
“Some Pastoral Thoughts on Revision of the Office” By MARTIN THORNTON, Prism (April 1961): 3-7. May be read online at http://www.akensideinstitute.org/some-pastoral-thoughts-on-revision-of-the-office/ Support this ministry by becoming a Patreon sponsor: click here for more info.
12:45
May 4, 2021
May 4, Morning Prayer
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07:31
May 4, 2021
May 3, Evening Prayer
The Anglican Daily Office, with adjustments as recommended by Fr. Martin Thornton.
06:51
May 2, 2021
May 3, Morning Prayer
In a short article about revising the Daily Offices of Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, Fr. Martin Thornton suggested that although Bible reading and study are good things, they really shouldn't be combined with the regular prayer of the Church. After all, you can't do three things at once, at least, not well. He suggested that Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer should be revised to match what the common practice is, which is omitting the long scripture readings and consisting only of the Psalms, the Canticles, and the Prayers. The more I thought about it, I think he had a good idea there, and I have decided to try that pattern for a while. Beginning Saturday, May first, I will pray the daily office following his advice. A friend suggested I broadcast that on the web. Rather than live-streaming, I'll post them as a podcast so anyone who is interested can pray along.
07:41
May 2, 2021
May 2, Evening Prayer
In a short article about revising the Daily Offices of Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, Fr. Martin Thornton suggested that although Bible reading and study are good things, they really shouldn't be combined with the regular prayer of the Church. After all, you can't do three things at once, at least, not well. He suggested that Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer should be revised to match what the common practice is, which is omitting the long scripture readings and consisting only of the Psalms, the Canticles, and the Prayers. The more I thought about it, I think he had a good idea there, and I have decided to try that pattern for a while. Beginning Saturday, May first, I will pray the daily office following his advice. A friend suggested I broadcast that on the web. Rather than live-streaming, I'll post them as a podcast so anyone who is interested can pray along.
07:18
May 2, 2021
May 2, Morning Prayer
In a short article about revising the Daily Offices of Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, Fr. Martin Thornton suggested that although Bible reading and study are good things, they really shouldn't be combined with the regular prayer of the Church. After all, you can't do three things at once, at least, not well. He suggested that Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer should be revised to match what the common practice is, which is omitting the long scripture readings and consisting only of the Psalms, the Canticles, and the Prayers. The more I thought about it, I think he had a good idea there, and I have decided to try that pattern for a while. Beginning Saturday, May first, I will pray the daily office following his advice. A friend suggested I broadcast that on the web. Rather than live-streaming, I'll post them as a podcast so anyone who is interested can pray along.
13:55
May 2, 2021
May 1, Evening Prayer
See Season 1, Episode 1, for details.
11:20
May 2, 2021
May 1, Morning Prayer
In a short article about revising the Daily Offices of Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, Fr. Martin Thornton suggested that although Bible reading and study are good things, they really shouldn't be combined with the regular prayer of the Church. After all, you can't do three things at once, at least, not well. He suggested that Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer should be revised to match what the common practice is, which is omitting the long scripture readings and consisting only of the Psalms, the Canticles, and the Prayers. The more I thought about it, I think he had a good idea there, and I have decided to try that pattern for a while. Beginning Saturday, May first, I will pray the daily office following his advice. A friend suggested I broadcast that on the web. Rather than live-streaming, I'll post them as a podcast so anyone who is interested can pray along.
12:40
May 1, 2021