Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in Scotland
under the patronage of Saint John Henry Newman

Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition)

Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition)
was published by the Catholic Truth Society in September 2021 and was sold out within weeks. A reprint is underway and CTS report that it will be back in stock in February 2022.
If you don't have a copy and would like one you are advised to Order Now to ensure that you are guaranteed a copy when it returns to stock!
Click here for more information from CTS
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This beautifully produced leatherette bound book will have rounded corners,
gilt edges and 6 satin ribbons for ease of use with red/gold gilding.
It contains the Propers of Seasons, Saints and Holydays, Morning and Evening Prayer, Prime, Terce, Sext, None and Compline as well as the
complete Coverdale Psalter and Lectionary with various Appendices.
Many people have requested advice on how to use Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition) and here we have gathered together some excellent resources that you might find useful.
The Eastbourne Ordinariate Mission have produced and excellent Potted Précis of how to pray the Offices, either in a short form or in the Prayer Book tradition. They say that "It’s for laypeople: clergy know what to do!"
The advice is excellent and very helpful from how to use the ribbons to how to pray the Office: "the ribbons are designed to make things easier as they guide you through the year. And it doesn’t actually matter if you make a mistake: you’ve still prayed and read Scripture! If you do find you’ve got something wrong, just put the ribbons in the right place for next time."
Click here to read the Eastbourne Potted Précis

The Ordinariate has produced a small card for people to print off and use with the Office Book and which fits inside.
Click here to download and print the card.

The Ordinariate in Perth, Australia,
have produced a series of excellent YouTube videos.
They are a workshop by seminarian Nigel McBain, of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross.
The series gives a little of the history and background of the
Office as we now have it now in Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition).
He offers a definition of the two ways of saying the Office - the Simple Form and what Nigel calls the Ample Form.

Part 1: Background and Definitions

Part 2:
The Nuts and Bolts

Part 3: The General Introduction - 1

Part 4: The General Introduction - 2