Getting startedThis page describes the the original web version covering the St Pius X (Divino Afflatu) version only.
Click here to download the latest files of the standalone version.
Click here for the similar description of the standalone and extended web versions.
Click here for some known problems and deficiences.
Click here for the list of missing offices.
Your help is greatly appreciated.
The programlet comes up with the page:
The fist row shows the Officium which is collected, the second line (if any) is the officium which is commemorated. Feasts are shown in red, the vigilias and offices of Santa Maria in blue, the Feria or Simplex commemoratio is black.
In the next line the widget after the title allows to reset the date. The programlet always comes up with the current date, you may select a different date by pressing
The images in the main table only remind the reader that the Officium is collected from the
The eight buttons in blue show the eight hours of the Officium Divinum; you may select one by clicking on the tab. If you recite the hours in sequence (and your browser allows cookies) then the already completed hours will be listed in the same color as the titles.
If you get here, you already used the Help button from the bottom. Try now Options button to, to get the table:
Check or uncheck the priest box, so you will recite the Dominus vobiscum or the Domine exaudi as appropriate.
If you check Building script box, the program will make a list at the bottom how the office for the hour was composed.
Language selects the language for the first column.
The structure of the colors input is : -relative size [bold] [italic] foreground color.
If the starting page image extends far beyond the screen, set screen size to a smaller value.
Without cookies you may set in the address line with one or more of the following parameters:
?expand=all&version=Rubrics 1960&lang2=English&priest=1&screenheight=800The first parameter has to be started with ? the subsequent ones by &. After the = sign any value from the appropriate table could be used
The widgets on the bottom row allows you to control how the collection is shown. Click now on skeleton and click on Completorium button.
The programlet shows the skeleton of the easiest to collect Hour
Only the Psalmi and the Preces are changeable, the rest is from the Ordinarium. Other hours are more complex, click on the name of each hour, the black comment indicate the source of the chapter.
If you click on any radiobutton next to the chapter title, that part will be expanded. Click an another to change the expanded part, or on the same chapter's button again, to revoke the expansion.
The picture shows the final Oratio expanded, and the equivalent of the Dominus vobiscum the Domine exaudi as popup.
To pray the hour, you select any other mode than skeleton:
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