Liturgy of the Hours
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The Liturgy of the Hours, presented by Luther Seminary Chapel. Prayer that goes with you wherever you may be. The Liturgy of the Hours is an ancient practice of prayer throughout the day to help keep track of time. We offer one episode with three chapters: for morning prayer, evening prayer and night prayer.
The Liturgy of the Hours is an ancient practice of prayer that takes place throughout various times of the day. We offer one episode with three chapters: for morning prayer, evening prayer and night prayer.
Listen to this Bonus Episode on the podcast site or on your preferred podcast app. Download the bonus episode transcript to follow along.
Chapter One, Matins, Prayer for the Morning Time at 0:00
Chapter Two, Vespers, Prayer for Evening Time at 15:00
Chapter Three, Compline, Prayer for Night Time at 40:30
This week’s liturgists are Nate Crary, Tom Witt, Mary Preus, and Jonathan Rundman. Readings offered from MDIVX Cohort 2.
Liturgy and hymns are from the Evangelical Lutheran Book of Worship, The Brillians, Ray Makeever, Bret Hesla, Bread for the Journey, and Jonathan Rundman.
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