Sunday, March 27, 2016

Happy Easter!

Enjoy every day of this glorious week of Easters. The Liturgy of the Hours will help keep you immersed in the only event in history that really matters. Prefer your breviary to every newspaper/news website/ TV news/ talk radio show this week. Listen to Him explain to you all the scriptures concerning Himself.

The Lord is risen, Allelulia!
He is truly risen, Alleluia!


  1. Indeed, I prefer the breviary to all the rest of the news media.
    Happy Easter!

  2. Many thanks for your ministry, Daria.

    As a priest, your blog really inspires me to keep loving my Breviary, even when I was struggling with the Canticle of Daniel for the seventh day in the Easter Octave! Like any human relationship, our relationship with the office can be very 'up and down'! But we're called to be faithful nevertheless. God bless you!

    1. Wow! Really?? Thank you, Father, for such kind encouragement. I hear you on the Canticle of Daniel, but the upside of this is (along with the Sunday I psalms) is that eventually you know them by heart, and can say it while looking out the window at the dew and rain, ice and snow, mountains and hills, birds, etc. More restful to the eyes and more conducive to meditation. Yes, up and down, for sure, but still lots more variety than, say, the rosary. I struggle with that a lot more.