We use a variety of resources to tweet the Daily Office and usually — but not always — announce in advance which liturgy we’ll be using. The prayer leader gets to choose which liturgy to use! Here are our faves:
Celebrating Common Prayer
A version of the Daily Office by the Society of St. Francis (SSP) that follows the lectionary in the Church of England’s Common Worship.
Church of England
Offers Daily Office prayers from the Book of Common Prayer and Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England. Choice of contemporary or traditional forms. Mobile and printer friendly.
The Daily Office and The Daily Office blog
Prayers from the Book of Common Prayer as well as A New Zealand Prayerbook. Website includes podcasts and videos, as well as articles. Blog provides RSS feeds and allows for comments. Visitors may request prayers by the community.
Mission of St. Clare
Located in California and offers options of praying Rite I or Rite II online from the Book of Common Prayer in English or Spanish. Site includes sacred music. Visitors may request prayers from the community.
Celtic Daily Office
The Northumbria Community located in the United Kingdom prays the Celtic Daily Office and makes it available on their site which includes reflections on the Weekly Rule, audio/visual resources, a picture gallery and bookstore.
St. Bede’s Breviary
Full-text breviary is available fromThe Haligweorc, an organization focused on the study and practice of Anglican theology and spirituality.
Provides calendar calculations so visitors can follow psalms and readings for each hour of every day using the Roman Breviary. Scripture from the Jerusalem Bible. RSS feed available as well as applications for mobile devices.