The English Translation of the Introductory Verses and Responses, the Invitatories, the Antiphons, Captions and Patristic Commentaries for the Psalms, Psalm-prayers, Responsories, Intercessions, Greeting, Blessings, and Dismissal, Non-Biblical Readings, and Hagiographical Introductions from The Liturgy of the Hours © 1974, 1975, 1976, International Committee on English in the Liturgy, Inc. (ICEL); the Alternative Opening Prayers and the English translation of the Opening Prayers (Prayers of the Day) from The Roman Missal © 1973, ICEL. All rights reserved. English translation of Gloria Patri by the International Consultation on English Texts.

Readings are from the Catholic Public Domain Version (CPDV) of the Holy Bible.

The Psalms are from the Psalter from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church. It is in the public domain. The translation of the psalms is an updated version of the traditional Myles Coverdale translation (1535) used by the Anglican Church.

4 Responses to Acknowledgments

  1. Steve Makara says:

    This website is just what I was looking for. It helps a great deal in my daily devotions. Pease keep up this great work.

  2. David Fisher says:

    Good morning,
    It’s been a while since I’ve commented, so I want to tell you again how much I appreciate what you do on this site everyday. I enjoy singing the LOH with you every morning and continue to use your site frequently. It has been especially helpful during the CoVid quarantine to help me stay focused and connected. I do have a question about the hymns you use. I’m interested in where you get them and how the tone associated with each one is chosen. The only resource I have for hymns is the Mundelein Psalter, but it is very limited in its offerings. I also have a copy of the Liber Hymnarius, but not being a very good student of Latin, it is sometimes a challenge to find the right hymn for any given day or season, and there are not English translations in it. I like the choices of hymns you pick and would like to know your source. Thank you for continuing to produce beautifully rendered Lauds and Vespers. Pax Christi,
    David Fisher,
    Columbia, SC

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