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Saint. You have an amazing website. The one thing you miss is the Prayer of the
Catholic Church, the Liturgy of Hours, or Divine Office in its complete form.
This is the second most important prayer in the Church, which
Vatican II has encouraged every lay person, as well as religious to pray
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