or Saint Ephraem, Deacon, Doctor
Welcome to Universalis! What is the Liturgy of the Hours? Find out here.
Biographies and reflections: saints and feasts of the day from all over the world.
For each day and the week ahead. The texts are the ones used in the UK: the Jerusalem Bible and the Grail psalms. You can get more translations from the apps and programs.
The prayer of the universal Church, seven times a day.
Office of Readings · Morning Prayer (Lauds) · Mid-Morning Prayer (Terce) · Midday Prayer (Sext) · Afternoon Prayer (None) · Evening Prayer (Vespers) · Night Prayer (Compline)
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The Universalis apps and programs give you more than the website does, and they don’t require an Internet connection.
You can get a free trial of everything for a month. After that, you can choose whether you want to buy. You can get individual apps for your phone or tablet (it’s about £10), or a single registration code which covers all your phones, tablets, computers, and e-books.
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In the apps, you can get all the Mass readings and all the Hours spoken in English, right through, every day. You need a subscription for these (monthly or yearly), but you can listen to a free sample before deciding, and the first month of each subscription is free. Try it!
Sung Latin Compline is also available for purchase in the apps. It isn’t expensive. Hear samples for Android and iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch.
You can create e-books for your e-book reader (including the Amazon Kindle), and there are some ready-made ones you can buy as well. They cover the Mass or the Hours for every day within a given period. Here are the full details.
Universalis is not technical. It is designed for real people, and it is easy. You can see some video instructions here for Android and here for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. Or you can contact us. We answer!!!
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