Divine Office | We do not know how to pray as we ought

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter to Proba by St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430 A.D.). He wrote an enormous amount and left a permanent mark on both philosophy and theology. His Confessions, as dazzling in style as they are deep in content, are a landmark of world literature. The Second Readings in the Office of Readings contain extracts from many of his sermons and commentaries and also from the Confessions. For a reflection, "We do not know how to pray as we ought," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | The Lord’s Prayer contains all prayers

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter to Proba by St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430 A.D.). He wrote an enormous amount and left a permanent mark on both philosophy and theology. His Confessions, as dazzling in style as they are deep in content, are a landmark of world literature. The Second Readings in the Office of Readings contain extracts from many of his sermons and commentaries and also from the Confessions. For a reflection, "The Lord's Prayer contains all prayers," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | Let us exercise our desire in prayer

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter to Proba by St Augustine, bishop (354-430 A.D.). He wrote an enormous amount and left a permanent mark on both philosophy and theology. His Confessions, as dazzling in style as they are deep in content, are a landmark of world literature. The Second Readings in the Office of Readings contain extracts from many of his sermons and commentaries and also from the Confessions. For a reflection, "Let us exercise our desire in prayer," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | Everywhere a spotless sacrifice is being offered to my name

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from The City of God by St Augustine, bishop (354-430 A.D.). He wrote an enormous amount and left a permanent mark on both philosophy and theology. His Confessions, as dazzling in style as they are deep in content, are a landmark of world literature. The Second Readings in the Office of Readings contain extracts from many of his sermons and commentaries and also from the Confessions. For a reflection, "Everywhere a spotless sacrifice is being offered to my name," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | Behold, I shall save my people

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a homily of St Augustine on St John's Gospel (354-430 A.D.). He wrote an enormous amount and left a permanent mark on both philosophy and theology. His Confessions, as dazzling in style as they are deep in content, are a landmark of world literature. The Second Readings in the Office of Readings contain extracts from many of his sermons and commentaries and also from the Confessions. For a reflection, "Behold, I shall save my people," please click on the image. Peace be with you!