You can get free e-books containing the Liturgy of the Hours in Latin.
Each e-book contains every hour for every day, for an entire year. By the time the year ends, we will make the next year's e-book available on this page.
Do you prefer parallel Latin-English texts? The Universalis apps will give you these, but they do cost money. Follow this link for details.
Liturgia horarum for 2013 in ePub format (20MB) – this works on all e-readers except the Amazon Kindle.
Liturgia horarum for 2014 in ePub format (20MB) – this works on all e-readers except the Amazon Kindle.
Liturgia horarum for 2013 in Kindle format (41MB) – this works on the Amazon Kindle.
Liturgia horarum for 2014 in Kindle format (42MB) – this works on the Amazon Kindle.
In addition to physical e-readers, manufacturers often provide software applications that allow you to read e-books on mobile devices and computers. The Universalis e-books will work with these applications also.
These instructions are for when you have an actual e-reader device – Sony Reader, Nook, Kindle, and so on. For applications, see below.
Most e-readers are able to browse the Internet if they have a wi-fi connection. If yours has this feature:
If you can't get the e-book into your e-reader directly, download it to your computer and transfer it to your e-reader from there. It is simplest if you download to your desktop: you will be able to delete the e-book after you have transferred it to your e-reader.
Please see the instructions for your e-reader for details of how to transfer files to it from your computer. The instructions may talk about "personal files" or "personal documents". Normally, you will start by connecting the e-reader to your computer using the USB cable provided.
Amazon have a Personal Documents Service, which allows our site to send an e-book directly to your Kindle device. Full instructions are here.
These instructions are for when you have a computer, phone or tablet. For e-reader devices, see above.
Amazon's Kindle app on Android cannot open Kindle files.
Amazon have a Personal Documents Service, which allows our site to send an e-book directly to your Kindle app. Full instructions are here.
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