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All the readings, hymn suggestions, collects, etc are presented for each day upon opening. You can access any date in the year as well. There is an option to include whichever parts into the order of service which is awesome. I use this app with my hymnal and Bible just to have the readings on hand to look up. One of the few things I wish were included are the daily propers such as the seasonal invitatories and responsories. I enjoy changing them with the church calendar. I cherish this app.

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Since buying it at a very reasonable price I use it everyday following the lectionary. I like the option to have my psalms pointed.

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I am thrilled with the option for the chant tones and provision of sound with them! The hymn tune should be added with each hymn in the same way. What a tremendous way to have the text imbedded in my heart for the day. I also like additional readings from the church fathers. Paul T. McCain says.

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What Would It Be Like? Whatever Happened? At the beginning of the third century, the Roman emperor Septimus Severus forbade conversions to Christianity. Among those disobeying that edict were Perpetua, a young noblewoman, and her maidservant Felicitas. Both were jailed at Carthage in North Africa along with three fellow Christians. During their imprisonment, Perpetua and Felicitas witnessed to their faith with such conviction that the officer in charge became a follower of Jesus.

After making arrangements for the well-being of their children, Perpetua and Felicitas were executed on March 7, Tradition holds that Perpetua showed mercy to her captors by falling on a sword because they could not bear to put her to death. The story of this martyrdom has been told ever since as an encouragement to persecuted Christians. Known for her charity, Santa Lucia as she is called in Italy gave away her dowry and remained a virgin until her execution by the sword. The name Lucia means light, and, because of that, festivals of light commemorating her became popular throughout Europe, especially in the Scandinavian countries.

There her feast day corresponds with the time of year when there is the least amount of daylight.

In artistic expression she is often portrayed in a white baptismal gown, wearing a wreath of candles on her head. Patrick is one of the best-known of the missionary saints. Born to a Christian family in Britain around the year , he was captured as a teenager by raiders, taken to Ireland, and forced to serve as a herdsman. After six years he escaped and found his way to a monastery community in France. Ordained a bishop in , he made his way back to Ireland, where he spent the rest of his long life spreading the Gospel and organizing Christian communities.

He strongly defended the doctrine of the Holy Trinity in a time when it was not popular to do so. His literary legacy includes his autobiography, Confessio, and several prayers and hymns still used in the church today. Patrick died around the year In the 95 Theses, Luther attacked the indulgence system, insisting that the Pope had no authority over purgatory and that the doctrine of the merits of the saints had no foundation in the Gospel.

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The 95 Theses were quickly translated from Latin into German, printed and widely copied with the recent invention of the printing press. Within two weeks, copies of the Theses had spread throughout Germany; within two months throughout Europe.

Luther published a short commentary on Galatians and his work on the Psalms. Many of his important works were written within a few years following the posting of the 95 Theses.

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While Luther did not intend to break with the Roman Catholic Church, a confrontation with the Papacy was not long in coming. In Luther was excommunicated. A native of North Africa, Monica A. Throughout her life she sought the spiritual welfare of her children, especially that of her brilliant son, Augustine. Weakened by her travels, Monica died at Ostia, Italy on the journey she had hoped would take her back to her native Africa. On some church year calendars, Monica is remembered on May 4.

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O sacred Head, sore wounded, with grief and shame weighed down, Now scornfully surrounded with thorns, Thine only crown; How pale Thou art with anguish, with sore abuse and scorn! How does that visage languish, which once was bright as morn!