Anyone seeking a more complete prayer life eventually comes up against the Divine Office, a formidable obstacle for the uninitiated. Here is a clear, simple, and complete introduction that will guide anyone wishing to take up morning, evening, and night prayer from the Divine Office. The basic principle of the Office is explained, and the method of putting the principle into practice is detailed. With the Office providing both the words and the discipline, a consistent prayer life based on the Divine Office can be built. Pocket sized, with ribbon marker.qA marvelous text for college students and anyone desiring to learn more so they may better tap the riches of the Psalms and the Divine Office?superbly ordered!q Sister Karen Wilhelmy Mount St. Mary's CollegeThis commentary on the Divine Office will help laypeople, novices and students to better understand the make-up of the Hours, and deepen their appreciation of the Scriptures that compose the Office.q Spiritual LifeqA helpful commentary on the psalms for each day of the week is found here in one handy volume.q LiguorianqIn the hurried and, at times, harried Advent season Father Peltz offers us a chance to slow down and focus on the workings of God in our everyday life.q Bookviewsaquot; Liguorianaquot;In the hurried and, at times, harried Advent season Father Peltz offers us a chance to slow down and focus on the workings of God in our everyday life.aquot; Bookviews This book is written for all who are learning to pray.
|Title||:||The School of Prayer|
|Publisher||:||Liturgical Press - 1991-12-01|