Rorate Caeli

For our German-speaking readers

A bilingual edition of the Diurnale Romanum (that is, the day hours - all hours, excluding Matins - of the Roman Breviary), in Latin and German, has just been released. More information, including ordering information, here (Introibo). [Tip: Trad. Voc. Scot. &Ireland]

8 comments:

Mark said...

Thank you for posting this! Most useful indeed. :D

Anonymous said...

is one being prepared in Latin/English?

Mark said...

Well, there's Baronius, but theirs will be a full Breviary, and is taking some time..... ;-o

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mundabor said...

Kindle editions of such beautiful works would be extremely useful (one could have the work very often by himself) and clearly cheaper.

I hope we will arrive there in a not-too-distant future.

Mundabor

Anonymous said...

You can find a Latin/English one here:
http://www.farnboroughabbey.org/press/dirunal.php

Jack said...

\\You can find a Latin/English one here:
http://www.farnboroughabbey.org/press/dirunal.php\\

Keep in mind that this is the MONASTIC, and not the Roman Secular, diurnal.

A Kindle or other electornic edition of such a liturgical book would not be very practical, as one must do a certain amount of flipping back and forth.

New Catholic said...

"Flipping", of the virtual kind, is unnecessary when each hour is appropriately "assembled" using the available information for each hour and each calendar day, according to the rubrics - the Divinum officium site does this quite effectively.