A newly-typset edition of the 1962 Diurnale Romanum. This is perfect for Roman clerics wishing to say the day hours of the Roman Breviary according to the older Latin form.
This one-volume book contains the entire office for the whole year, except for Matins. The text is Latin only. There is no English translation.
These high-quality volumes are bound in flexible leatherette, printed on ivory bible paper with black and red text. The edges of the pages are red. Each volume has 4 colored ribbon markers.
The full size version (4.5 x 7.5 in) is hardbound, while the pocket size (3.5 x 5.5 in) is bound in flexible leatherette. The text in the pocket size is rather small, so not recommended for the elderly.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE ROMAN OFFICE, NOT THE MONASTIC OFFICE USED BY THE MONKS OF CLEAR CREEK.
Building Something Beautiful For God –
To Last A Thousand Years
Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey is a Benedictine community belonging to the Solesmes Congregation and, like other monasteries of the Solesmes Congregation, is to be counted among the institutes entirely ordered towards contemplation. It was founded in 1999 from the Abbey of Our Lady of Fontgombault in France and is located in the Diocese of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Clear Creek became an abbey in 2010 and counts 55 monks, who devote themselves to God alone in the hidden life, in silence and solitude, in constant prayer and willing penance.
After twenty years of existence, we are happy, by the grace of God, to have completed two large buildings and a sizable portion of our abbatial church. We started building the “Chapter House” to accommodate the growing number of monks and provide a Sacristy, Infirmary, classrooms and the Chapter itself. Please help us continue this arduous, but important work for the glory of God.
Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey
5804 W Monastery Road
Hulbert, OK 74441-5698
Phone (918) 772-2454