Great, simple app for quick view! Excellent app to quickly see daily office (morning & evening prayer) with full rite (Contemporary listed but has link to read traditional if you prefer) & readings (Psalms, OT, NT & Gospel readings) included in one easy format. Has links to other prayers from the Book of Common Prayer. Down sides - no quick Compline & must have wifi access to use. Would gladly pay for an app to allow me to read BCP offline.
Great help for prayer life This app provides a parsimonious, no-nonsense way to use the Book of Common Prayer. I have long struggled to have regular prayer and the app has been very helpful. This probably will sound strange to some people, but I think the Lord has used it to make major improvements in my prayer life. Each set of prayers has covers major aspects of prayer - confession, supplication, and, above all, praise. It also has inspirational remembrances of saints.
A wonderful application. Allows one to pray the Daily Office without the unavoidable distractions of turning from the office, to the lectionary, to the Bible -- back and forth. Even though the faithful have done just that for centuries, the world has changed. My wife and I are immensely grateful for the work of all who have compiled this aid to prayer.
Great prayer app This has everything I need for daily prayers! Just lately there has been a bug where evening prayer (English) will just give me a black screen. I've uninstalled/installed it several times, but still does it -no issues with morning prayer.
Going through the morning prayer filled me up as if I had just had a complete breakfast. This app brings together all the prayers, readings, and beautiful hymns in one place. It works simply, powerfully and flawlessly.
A blessing indeed I've been a fan of the website for a while now and I can't express how happy I am to have this app. It is simple but well designed. It is offered for free but I would gladly pay for it. Thanks for this, you have blessed me.
Liturgy of the Hours with the Biennale. With Benedict XVI's catechesis in the memories