40 Days: The Daily Office for Lent

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Frank L. Tedeschi
Church Publishing, Inc., 2006 - Religion - 410 pages
Many people want to "take on" a discipline for Lent rather than "give up" something. One of the disciplines that many Episcopalians--and other Christians--wistfully think about taking on is the regimen of structured daily prayer that includes the course-reading of Scripture. Forty Days: The Daily Office for Lent offers an accessible, doable, toe-in-the-water introduction to the private recitation of Morning and/or Evening Prayer .

CONTENTS
  • Rite two morning and evening prayer the Book of Common Prayer
  • The collects, and all Bible readings for both lectionary years, from Ash Wednesday through Holy Saturday
  • The Psalter as prescribed and edited for each day in Lent
  • An office proper for St. Joseph [March 19] and the Annunciation [March 25]
 

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Contents

Morning Prayer
1
Noonday Prayer
24
Compline
42
Suggested Canticles at Morning Prayer
49
Week of 1 Lent
57
Week of 2 Lent
69
Week of 3 Lent
81
Week of 4 Lent
94
Week of 4 Lent
181
Week of 5 Lent
196
Holy Week
211
St 0seph March 19
223
Ash Wednesday and the Days Following
229
Week of 1 Lent
245
Week of 2 Lent
271
Week of 3 Lent
298

Week of 5 Lent
106
Holy Week
121
Ash Wednesday and the Days Following
135
Week of 1 Lent
141
Week of 2 Lent
154
Week of 3 Lent
167
Week of 4 Lent
325
Week of 5 Lent
353
Holy Week
379
St oscph March 19
403
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Frank L. Tedeschi is the former Executive Editor at Church Publishing Incorporated and during his tenure at CPI served as the publisher's representative with the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of the Episcopal Church.

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