Upgrade to SingtheOffice.com – Now Compliant with the Rubrics of the Daily Office of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

Twelve months ago, I wrote a post about an excellent online resource for chanting the Office at home, SingtheOffice.com. Now, it is even better as it has been upgraded so as to provide daily Offices from the English prayerbook tradition, fully pointed for Gregorian chant, and compliant with the rubrics of Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition) of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham.

You can read about the changes here. It provides all the Propers and the Ordinary for Morning Prayer,  Evening Prayer, and Compline. The access to recordings of every tone is a help for those, like me, who cannot instantly sight-read the chant notation.

The changes include Collects and Antiphons for the saint of the day:

There are options for settings for either a lay officiant or priest officiant, for simplified or complex chant settings for the Canticles. In addition, there are now full settings for the Te Deum and Old Testament canticles assigned to the day, such as the Song of Hannah, the Exultavit cor meum, and a greater range of liturgical hymns.