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The Wayfarer's Breviary - Wintertime

eBook (PDF), 654 Pages
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Volume I of The Wayfarer's Breviary provides everything you need to pray the Daily Office in the first part of the Church's year, the seasons of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany. Modeled on the books of daily prayer used in many religious communities, this book is designed for personal and community use as an enrichment of the daily prayer of the Church. Offering hymns, canticles, antiphons, psalms, prayers, readings and much more, for Morning, Noonday and Evening Prayer, and Compline (night prayer), together with your Bible and book of Psalms, "Wintertime" will accompany you every day from Advent till Lent, enabling you to pray with the Church throughout the world and across the ages, as these time-honored prayers become your own through personal and community devotion. All the prayers and biographical information for the saints commemorated in the Calendar as used by the Episcopal Church are also included, making this book your one-stop destination for prayer during... More > Wintertime.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781365552694
Published
December 14, 2016
Language
English
Pages
654
File Format
PDF
File Size
10.55 MB

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