What time is divine office prayed?

The practice of public morning and evening prayer is very ancient, and early writings attest to the tradition of prayer at the third, sixth, and ninth hours of the day (9:00 am, 12:00 noon, and 3:00 pm).

How do you pray the night prayer in the Catholic Liturgy of the Hours?

How to Pray: The Liturgy of the Hours – Night Prayer

  1. Begin the Prayer (Introduction) God, come to my assistance. (
  2. The Examination of Conscience. Take a few moments to examine your conscience from the day.
  3. Recite the Daily Psalmody.
  4. Read the Daily Scripture.
  5. Say (or Sing) a song in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

What is the Catholic nighttime prayer?

I come before you weary from today and ask that you restore my strength and my spirit as I sleep. Watch over me and grant me true rest in you tonight, Lord. May the Lord Jesus Christ, who loved me and gave me eternal comfort and good hope through grace, comfort my heart and establish me in every step I take tomorrow.

How do you pray in the evening?

Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep, watch and guard me through the night, and wake me with the morning light. Almighty God, radiant with light, cast your goodness to shine upon me. Most wonderful Lord, creator of all things, hold your truth to shield me.

What is the difference between Liturgy of the Hours and Divine Office?

Divine Office is just another term referring to the Breviary. There are several options available for the post-Vatican II Breviary, usually referred to as the Liturgy of the Hours. The full Liturgy of the Hours is available in both a leather and vinyl cover edition. You can also get a large print version.

What is the difference between Liturgy of the Hours and divine office?

How do I pray for evening prayer?

Thank you for our home and a place to sleep and good food to eat. Help us rest well, give us peaceful dreams, and send your angels around our home to protect us throughout the night. Teach us to trust you and to love you more and more. You are good; you are great; and you are faithful, God.

What do the asterisks mean in Ibreviary?

In a set of three lines, the first line ends with a Flex † (or a simple red cross), and the second line ends with an Asterisk. The final line has no symbol at the end. The Flex and Asterisk signal the change to the next part of the Psalm tone. They also tell you to take a short pause for a breath.

Which prayer is offered in the evening?

Maghrib, the obligatory prayer in Islam offered in the evening.