Learning the Breviary


A thorough course in using the Breviary has been created by its most recent publisher Daniel Lula – for which many thanks Daniel!
The course can be found (in part) on anglicanbreviary.net but is available as a whole in a pdf file. If the reader has some patience, and some courage that combination will teach him/her to pray the Anglican Breviary. .
Learning the Breviary is going to take time. Plan on taking time to familiarize yourself with one Office before moving on to the next. Figuring out the rubrical details is difficult. The Divine Office Yahoo Group (dedicated to the Anglican Breviary) provides a Daily Ordo (no longer avialable) for the Universal Kalendar written by the very learned in things Breviary: Mark Forster (for which all of us using it owe him many thanks).
Using the Breviary: a course by Daniel Lula.
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I am an Anglican Catholic Priest, currently residing in Orvelte, the Netherlands.
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2 Responses to Learning the Breviary

  1. Pingback: Preface « The Anglican Breviary

  2. Mark Forster says:

    Thanks for the kind words, and thanks for producing this great resource. Having prayed the Simplified Kalendar myself when I started with the Anglican Breviary, I know that it is in no way inferior to the full Kalendar spiritually.

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