The WDTPRS O Antiphon page

Some time ago I made a little webpage about the O Antiphons.

If there is any interest I could also do a Patristic O Antiphon Project as I did with the Mysteries of the Rosary. 

Sound interesting?

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29 Responses to The WDTPRS O Antiphon page

  1. Geoffrey says:

    Very interesting.

  2. Jon says:

    As a Divine Office aficionado, I say go for it!

  3. Father: I’m sure I would really enjoy it and learn from it. I’d enjoy it
    even more if you would post mp3’s with you chanting them. You have a fine voice.

  4. Tim says:

    ABSOLUTELY!!!!!

  5. Mike says:

    There’s always interest!

  6. Well, it’s unanimous. Better get busy.

  7. Philip says:

    Yes please Father!

  8. Father Vevik says:

    I would very much be interested in
    this project. Thank you.

  9. Pes says:

    Yes, I’m greatly interested!

  10. Jordan Potter says:

    Yes, definitely interested!

  11. Jeff says:

    Amen, Amen, dico tibi!

  12. Louise says:

    Yes, please do!

  13. Mila says:

    Amen, Amen.

  14. Woody Jones says:

    Yes, please Father.

  15. Antonio says:

    There’s even someone here in Argentina who says:
    PLEASE, Father.

  16. Paul Murnane says:

    Absolutely, Father.

  17. Atlantic says:

    In the O Antiphons page, what happened to the reflection for the Key of David?

  18. Atlantic: I don’t think I wrote one yet.

  19. Séamas says:

    Nah, not interested.

    :-)

  20. nab says:

    PLEASE!

    And may I ask for another one…maybe a reflection on Holy Family, in time for the Sunday after?

  21. Kevin A says:

    Non est disputandum, scriba!

  22. Aussie Paul says:

    Dear Fr Z,

    The mp3 link to the North American College Chior singing the O Adonai antiphon seems to be dead. Can you repair it so that we can listen to it? All the other mp3 links seem to be working fine.

  23. I may need to delay this a little, since where I am I have virtually no access to internet except by a very costly way through my cellphone.

  24. Matt Kennel says:

    Yes, Fr. Z, please do this when you can. God bless you, and a Merry Christmas to you!

  25. Folks, my electronic nimbus here in Florida is greatly reduced and the demands on my time cannot be resisted, seeing that it is my mother who is making them. I think I will get no work done on this while visiting here. Maybe tonight I can make a start.

  26. Father: Don’t worry about it. ;-)

    We will still be here….