CEI - LITURGIA DELLE ORE

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About this app

"The Liturgy of the Hours is the prayer of the Church to Christ and with Christ. In it, in fact, Christ himself continues to exercise his priestly office. The Liturgy of the Hours, which has as its characteristic to sanctify the whole course of the day and of the night, it includes: the office of readings, morning prayer, the media now, Vespers and Compline. An essential part of the Liturgy of the hours is the prayer of the psalms. "


The App CEI - Liturgy of the hours is a collaboration of some offices of the General Secretariat of the Italian Episcopal Conference and the Archdiocese of Milan to offer all those who wish to join in the praise of the Church through the Divine Office, but are unable to attend the community celebration, a tool for personal and liturgical prayer in the Roman rite Ambrosiano.
It 'the first APP to propose, in addition to the use of the official text of the Liturgy of the Hours of the Italian Bishops' Conference, also the audio version of Office several hours throughout the day. Audio support can be especially useful for visually impaired people.

Complete the app CEI - Liturgy of hours, a new fully modern twist graphics, accurate read functions, navigation, search, and a new audio player. It allows, with a number of utilities comfortable, insert bookmarks and personal notes to store them and carry them with him and shares in different ways. The app allows the ability to save a liturgical day for offline browsing of text and audio.



COPYRIGHT RESERVED ON TEXT Liturgy of the Hours according to the Roman Rite © 1989 Libreria Editrice Vaticana. Liturgy of the Hours according to the rites of Holy Church Ambrosiana Ambrosiano © 1983 Center for Documentation and Religious Studies

COPYRIGHT RESERVED ON Italian translation of The Holy Bible in the official version by the Italian Episcopal Conference © 1974 Religion Foundation Saints Francis of Assisi and Catherine of Siena.

COPYRIGHT RESERVED on the music contained in the APP CEI - Liturgy of the Hours © 2015, the Saints Religion Foundation Francis of Assisi and Catherine of Siena.

Rights holders allow users of the application "CEI - Liturgy of the Hours," the right to distribute portions of the texts in it available through the sharing tools on social networks and other communication services normally accessible from smartphones and tablets.

Privacy texts:
Roman Rite: CEI Computer Service
Rite Ambrosiano Don Michele Ravizza, Don Andrea Lupi, Christian Marazzi, Martina Marazzi, Don Luca Fossati - Archdiocese of Milan

Design and technical realization:
SEED Edizioni Computer

Audio recordings made at the International College of Saint Lawrence of Brindisi (Rome) from Imagina Production & Soul sonoris (Torino).

Artistic direction:
Marco Berrini

liturgical and supervision consultancy:
Domenico Donatelli OFM Cap

Musical advice:
Alessia Pantaleo AGC

Recordering, editing:
Cardinal Alessandro, Alessandro Ciola, Giorgio Sandrone

narrators voices:
Luca Barreca, Alessandro De Marchi OFM Cap, Vincent Gaudio OFM Cap, CRISTINA ODASSO, Catherine Silva

Choir:
Serena arms, Giuseppe Cillis, Victoria D'Annibale, Altomare Del Giudice, Melania Delissanti, Anna Di Baldo, James Difruscolo, Antonio Di Marco, Dominic Donatelli *, Antonello Up, Alessandro Antonio Fortunato, Graziano Ghisolfi, Filippo Gridelli, David Paglia, Daria Palmisano, Carlo Paniccià, Alessia Pantaleo *, Paola Petrosino, Paolo Premoli, Morena Rinaldi, Ornella Russian, Gianfranco Den.
* Solo voices

Organ:
Vincenzo De Gregorio

Cetra:
Elena Guidi FMIM
Updated on
Jun 10, 2022

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4.5
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ANJU ANTONY
November 20, 2020
It's a very good app. Can I get the audio, also, for the Ambrosian Rite Eucharistic celebration and daily readings too.
6 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 14, 2019
powerful and moving experience through singing the breviary prayers; well done for this initiative which is unique and uplifting
13 people found this review helpful
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Jimmy Ribble
September 23, 2020
Including a 'higher power' in one's language lessons...well....IT'D BE STOOPID!! not to get help....that kind.
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Grazie per le segnalazioni che ci avete inviato, ascoltiamo i feedback degli utenti e lavoriamo per rendere Liturgia delle Ore sempre migliore.