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Your posts on the Shorter Christian Prayer have been very informative but I do have a question: if one uses eg The Grail Revised Psalms for
daytime prayer or office of readings, do we use antiphons or not? If so,
where do we find them?
I have arthritis in my hands so using the lighter SCP is much easier to
deal with.

Admin reply: I assume we would use the antiphons. But I'm hardly an expert on this subject. The best place to as is at the Coffee and Canticles blog: http://dariasockey.blogspot.jp/

That's where I ask my questions! :)


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Admin reply: I'm sorry to hear that. I have no idea who could fix a bent M90 nib, and I hear that steel is difficult to bend back to its original shape. But you could try contacting Pilot or perhaps John Mottishaw at nibs.com


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There was a portrait of a christ-like portrait on Sherlock's wall, very dark and frontal Black on a white background small but large enough to see that it looks like a portrait of a brooding face with long hair. I've seen it a few times in the Jeremy Brett series. Does anyone know who the artist is?

Admin reply: I have no idea. But it sounds like a criminal's portrait.


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Pleased to have reconnected, Russ...after ALL these years!

Yes, chanting is so GOOD for us, isn't it?
I'm looking forward to a full day of it with a local congregation here in Chicago this coming weekend.

I wish you deep peace and many blessings!
Dent

Admin reply: I wholeheartedly agree! Chanting makes prayer time longer, but the thrill and gratification is so great -- and deep -- that it's well worth it to invest the extra time!


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Hello, Russ! We knew each other back in Medina, Washington many, many moons ago. I was searching the internet for some graphics to include on a plainsong workshop I am leading this weekend, and your site popped up. I couldn't believe my eyes...it's been so long. One of your graphics, the Laughing Christ. stays with me to this day; often it comes to me when I'm praying or when I wake.

Anyway, just wanted to send you a note and wish you blessings on your journey. -Dent

Admin reply: Hi Dent, Wow, I remember Washington and the laughing Christ picture (which I haven't seen in years!) and a face comes mind when I read your name; I hope it's the right one!

Back in those days I had no idea what Plainsong was, but now I happily chant it twice a day with the Saint Dunstan's Plainsong Psalter with the Daily Office (just finished a few minutes ago as it is morning in Tokyo).

Great to hear from you!


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Thank you for your web site. I stumbled upon it while seeking help in chanting psalms. Your Psalm tone cards are EXACTLY what I was looking for! So I perused the rest of your site and just want to thank you for sharing your life and faith with all of us. May God continue to bless you and use you as His blessing for others!

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments. I'm so glad people are finding that Psalms article useful recently! I still chant the Psalms every day myself!


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This blog was the EXACT thing I was looking for. We were struggling with tunes for chanting the Psalms in morning prayer and this will help.

You provided a great amount of resources as well as information and background and options about chanting the Psalms.

Thank you for writing this and sharing it. :D

Admin reply: I'm glad it was helpful for you. Thanks for letting me know! Russ


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Hi Russ,
Thank you so very much for your fountain * * * info for Tokyo! I have read it studiously, especially for my first visit to Tokyo!

Unfortunately as my trip is only for a few days, I haven't had a chance to visit all the pen places you have mentioned. But I intend to do so on my next trip!

I did make a big effort to go to Eurobox. But unfortunately, after I cancelled my Sunday plans so as to make a special trip to the shop I arrived to find that they were closed. Please, if you can, update your page info about Eurobox to say that they are closed Sunday and Wednesday now, not Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. It may save some one else some heartbreak... :!cry:

Thank you for posting such an informative and useful article. I will certainly use it as a guide for my next visit to Tokyo which will be very soon, as I have so much to come back for.

Admin reply: Sorry about the old information. I haven't been to those pen shops in a long time!


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I very interested in the making of the green scapular. I've searched the web and I found most of the green scapular kits are quite expensive for me to make for mission work. Can you guide me or help me with contacts there in Japan where I can get materials/supplies cheaper? I am very interested in this mission work and I can use your templates. I need the fabric inkjet printable iron-on sheets, the wool felt, and the ribbon/cord used in the right color of green. I appreciate it very much if you can help out with this. God bless you. Pilar R. Salasw .

Admin reply: I'm happy to hear you are interested in making Green Scapulars. I don't have any contacts info to pass on to you, but I must say that Japan is a very expensive place to live, and a terrible source for materials that can be found cheaper almost anywhere else in the world! Your own part of the world is the best place to start.


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Hi there

Just want to personally thank you for your review on both the paperback Christian Prayer and also the vinyl bound Prayer Of The Church! It was very informative and since reading it, I too have now purchased these breviaries. My old breviary cover fits into the perfectly.

Thanks again and God bless!!

Admin reply: I'm glad the reviews were helpful! Those are great breviaries! Thanks!


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