Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Weekly Q&A plus welcome, new people!

Coffee and Canticles is happy to have a few new followers: Jean, Jo, and Reuben. Glad to have you here!

Also, welcome to anonymous readers who have begun following this blog through email or with a reader.
Speaking of readers--you all know that Google Reader will become the Late Google Reader in just a few more days. There are a number of good alternatives. I just switched to Feedly--with only three clicks it was up and running, with all my favorite blogs automatically imported. So there's a place to start if you are undecided and EASY is a big selling factor to you.

This is the weekly Q&A post. Although you may ask questions on any topic following any post, this one is here for that specific purpose.

Since this week is my "staycation", I"m not going to use valuable R&R time today writing a clever post.

Don't forget, Americans, to offer your Divine Office for the religious freedom intentions of the Fortnight for Freedom.


  1. Not a question just a comment - started following your blog after reading your new book - thank you for both.

  2. Another comment if you'll allow. I purchased your book about a week ago and I'm about halfway through it; I'm reading it slowly on purpose. I want to tell you and everyone who may read this that it is SUPERB! Being something of a "veteran" LOTHer of almost 7 years, I'm finding your book very enjoyable, informative and in its own way inspirational because of the obvious hard work and love you put into writing it. Your book also shows how complex but easily comprehensible (eventually, anyway) the Divine Office really is. You have given the world - yes, the world - a real gift, Daria, and I hope your book leads more people to this awesome prayer of the Church. Continued good success and God bless you.

    1. Well, thanks again!
      If you want to help spread the word, suggest that your local Catholic bookstore (if you have one) carry it; write a review on Amazon, mention it when you comment on other Catholic blogs, and of course, tell anyone who might be interested, especially members of third orders and permanent deacon candidates.