Posted by: ioannespaulus | July 7, 2009

Upcoming Workshop: Why and How to Pray the Divine Office

Curious about what the Divine Office is about? Wanted to learn, but never really understood how to pray it? Confused on what prayer to use for the day? Know how to pray it, but lack a strong motivation to pray it daily? This workshop is for you! Learn more about what the Divine Office is, why is it the Official Prayer of the Church, and what it does! Unravel this beautiful treasure of the Church and learn to pray the scriptures daily in the same way priests, bishops, nuns, and even the Pope prays!

Date: Saturday, 25 July 2009
Time: 7.15pm to 9.15pm
Venue: Church of the Risen Christ, St. Elizabeth’s Room (Level 3)
Admission is free! A love offering bag will be passed around to defray the cost of venue and printing of notes.

Please bring your breviary along if you already own one. If not, copies of the Divine Office (Everyday Prayer edition – hardcover and softcover available) will be on sale for those who are interested.

To register, please send an e-mail to by Friday, 24 July so that we will be able to print sufficient number of notes.

This event is organized by the Apostolate for Catholic Truth (ACT).

Akan Datang…
We will have a brand new round of Latin Appreciation Workshop soon after this!



  1. Not sure if I’ll be going for this since I already know how to pray the (Ordinary Form) Office, but do you need me to start a Facebook event for this?

    We can reach more people that way if the class isn’t already packed to the brim with people. Same goes for Latin Appreciation course round 2. 🙂

    • I don’t mind publicising the Divine Office session via a facebook event. If you could help me do that, that’ll be great! Thanks!

      As for the Latin Appreciation, maybe not. The main group we’re hoping to cater to would be the parishoners of Risen Christ. I think we’d draw in many ppl from the parish. Maybe round 3 then we’ll publicise?

  2. P.S. Is there a way of removing the “Possibly related posts” bit that wordpress puts at the end of every post?
    This is what I get from the end of this post:

    Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)

    * The Pope’s Sex Abuse Challenge

    What unrelated nonsense.

    (you may want to delete this post of mine after you read it since it has nothing to do with this blog :))

    • Ok… I got it disabled. Thanks for informing!

  3. This might be useful for crafting lesson resources:


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