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From ancient times the Church has had the custom of celebrating each day The Liturgy of the Hours (also known as The Divine Office). Psalms, readings from Holy Scripture, hymns, and prayers are offered at regular intervals throughout the day. As such, the Liturgy of the Hours is a complement to the fullness of divine worship that is contained in the Eucharistic Sacrifice, so that worship might overflow to reach all the hours of daily life.  


The Office is not only for those in holy orders or consecrated life; all Christ’s faithful members are encouraged to participate since it is the prayer of the whole people of God. Where possible, it is encouraged that the principal Hours (Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer) should be celebrated communally in church by groups of the faithful. The Second Vatican Council stated “Pastors of souls should see to it that the chief hours, especially Vespers, are celebrated in common in church on Sundays and the more solemn feasts.”


In response to that call, we now have a communal celebration of Evening Prayer every Sunday at 5:30pm.   

All are welcome! 

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