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Thank you, Deacon Lance, for kindly offering clarification.

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Is the Byzantine Daily Worship Book for sale on line not the one you have? Are they updated versions? I would like very much to own my own set or book of Eastern Liturgy of the Hours. I am a third order franciscan and have been saying the Latin Rite version for years...but I am Byzantine Now and would like to say the hours for our rite. I have said them at the Monestery with our Monks and I don't find it too difficult, but of course we only respond and the have the books in order and they know the form. Please reply with any advice. Thank you, Renee Harris

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Byzantine Daily Worship only has the common and a few propers. If you want something with all the propers I would recommend the Melkite Horologion:
https://melkite.org/products-page/horologion


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To be clear, the Horologion is advertised as having SOME propers for ALL of the days, not ALL the propers (which, would of course make it as long as the Menaion, Pentecostarian, and Triodion put together.)

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