Questions on the Daily Office Readings (1928 BCP) - This is, along with the other books listed on this page, for the serious student of Holy Writ who is using the Daily Office Lectionary as contained in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Written by Bishop McMannes, this book provides questions based on the Daily Office readings for the entire year. The questions aid the individual in making a spiritual resolve for growth after having read the passages and answered the questions. Gives insight to both laity and clergy. 165 pages Hardcover, Paperback editions.
Daily Office Readings Volume One (1928 BCP) & Daily Office Readings Volume Two (1928 BCP) are both based upon the Daily Office Lectionary of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Lessons are the Authorized (King James) Version and are arranged sequentially. Volume One (721 pages) covers Advent through Whitsuntide, while Volume Two (729 pages) covers the whole season of Trinity. Hardcover and Paperback editions.
Here are the Kindle editions of the above Books:
~ Our Newest Kindle Offering ~
Stations of the Cross: A Six Week Examination
The Kindle reading experience works on your Android phone or tablet, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Windows 8 PC or tablet, BlackBerry, and even on Windows Phone 7.
(Also available in the Kindle format, for use with the Streamed Mass: Order of Mass: The Sedona Rite
Have an iPad?
HEAR YE, HEAR YE!!! The above Kindle publications also work on the iPad. Just go the the apps store and download the free Kindle software, and begin using your Kindle study aids on the "loveliness" of the iPad!
Also, the two volumes below are "exclusively" for the iPad...
The two books shown above are exclusively for the iPad, and are viewed using iBooks. They contain the following:
- Beautiful pictures throughout
- Morning & Evening Prayer from both the 1928 BCP & the Sedona Rite
- The readings (Authorized Version, KJV)
- The Sunday Mass Propers (Collect, Epistle, Gospel)
- Daily Collects posted
- The 30 Day Psalter
All of the above make these two books the "full package" for people who are serious about reading the Daily Office!
How To Use a Smartphone to pray the Daily Office
This is an instruction video for those who pray the Daily Office "on the run" and therefore cannot always access the computer or have their prayerbooks and Bibles with them. Now you can do the Offices from your Droid or IOS smartphone. And, if your tablet has a 3G or 4G connection, you can use that, also. However, we at episcopalnet.org believe that the larger smartphones are just as good as a tablet, and certainly more easily transportable! We hope you will like this new way of praying the Office as much as we do. Let us pray. Daily.