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The Psalter By Loren Moreno
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Thirty-day psalter based on the translation from the Book of Common Prayer, 1979.
Psalter By Lazarus Moore
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Psalter according to the LXX as translated by Lazarus Moore. Spiral bound for easy use as a home devotional or parish use.
A Psalter By Douglas Anderson
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A Book of Psalms arranged according to the five categories described by Martin Luther in his "Summaries or Subject-Contents of the Psalms." The five categories described by Luther were... More > Prayer, Thanksgiving, Comfort, Instruction, and Prophesy.< Less
A Psalter By Douglas Anderson
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A Book of Psalms arranged according to the five categories described by Martin Luther in his "Summaries or Subject-Contents of the Psalms." The five categories described by Luther were... More > Prayer, Thanksgiving, Comfort, Instruction, and Prophesy.< Less
Psalter By Myles Coverdale
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Myles Coverdale’s translation of the Psalms is one of the most enduring—although the rest of the Bible was replaced by the Authorized Version in the Church of England, Coverdale’s... More > familiar translation remained in the Book of Common Prayer, and remains so to this day in England. ¶ This edition follows the text in the English 1662 BCP, and also contains the canticles for morning and evening prayer. This edition of the Psalms is subtly lined to facilitate chanting; notation of a tone from the Sarum Tonale is given with each psalm.< Less
The Psalter By Richard Bugyi-Sutter
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The Psalms and canticles for the Liturgy of the Hours in a pleasant and accurate English translation. (This second edition has hyperlinks added for Kindle and ebook readers.) From the... More > Introduction: Many have been heard to admit that they find the English version of the Psalms in the Liturgy of the Hours to be flat and uninspiring. Ordinarily a poor quality translation of Scripture would be merely disedifying, but in a liturgy intended—and, for hundreds of thousands, required—to be prayed daily, bad English makes a grating and unpleasant burden out of what should be a joy and delight. In order to restore to the Office the beauty it should hold, here is the text of the Psalter according to the most accurate English translation of Scripture....< Less
The Psalter By Richard Bugyi-Sutter
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The Psalms and canticles for the Liturgy of the Hours in a pleasant and accurate English translation. (This second edition has hyperlinks added for Kindle and ebook readers.) From the... More > Introduction: Many have been heard to admit that they find the English version of the Psalms in the Liturgy of the Hours to be flat and uninspiring. Ordinarily a poor quality translation of Scripture would be merely disedifying, but in a liturgy intended—and, for hundreds of thousands, required—to be prayed daily, bad English makes a grating and unpleasant burden out of what should be a joy and delight. In order to restore to the Office the beauty it should hold, here is the text of the Psalter according to the most accurate English translation of Scripture....< Less
Psalter By Robert Heath
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This is the Psalter for recitation on a weekly cycle. The Liturgia Horarum is too short, but Matins of the older Breviaries too long. Saint Benedict said another cycle may be used, as long as 150... More > psalms were said in a week, so I came up w/this, for use w/either of the older breviaries, or the Liturgy of the Hours. Antiphons, readings, verses and prayers may be taken (or not) from the breviary of choice. The version is the Douay. I divided only 2 psalms, and gave the hours of Matins, Lauds and Vespers about 80 verses each, the little hours getting around 30 verses. Compline follows the Monastic arrangement, w/only Ps 90. The prayers, hymn and verses of Compline are in Latin. Except for Psalms 94 at Matins, 66 at Lauds, & 90 at Compline, there is no repetition of psalms. They are in numerical order. I have not used festal psalms, to avoid the issue of unbalancing the weekly cycle with frequent Solemnities and Feasts.< Less
Psalter By Robert Heath
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This is the Psalter for recitation on a weekly cycle. The Liturgia Horarum is too short, but Matins of the older Breviaries too long. Saint Benedict said another cycle may be used, as long as 150... More > psalms were said in a week, so I came up w/this, for use w/either of the older breviaries, or the Liturgy of the Hours. Antiphons, readings, verses and prayers may be taken (or not) from the breviary of choice. The version is the Douay. I divided only 2 psalms, and gave the hours of Matins, Lauds and Vespers about 80 verses each, the little hours getting around 30 verses. Compline follows the Monastic arrangement, w/only Ps 90. The prayers, hymn and verses of Compline are in Latin. Except for Psalms 94 at Matins, 66 at Lauds, & 90 at Compline, there is no repetition of psalms. They are in numerical order. I have not used festal psalms, to avoid the issue of unbalancing the weekly cycle with frequent Solemnities and Feasts.< Less
The Psalter By David Mawson
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The Book of Psalms from the Old Testament with an interlinear Latin and English text

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