NOTE: The e-books were updated on 9 February 2016 because some of the short readings in the daytime Hours were truncated and only one line was visible. If you aren't reading those Hours, there is no need to download your e-books again.
You can get free e-books containing the Liturgy of the Hours in Latin. The e-books include not just the General Calendar but all calendars known to Universalis.
Each e-book contains every Hour for every day. Because this makes the e-books large, we divide each year into two halves.
This format works on all e-readers except the Amazon Kindle.
Liturgia horarum from Advent 2015 to Pentecost 2016 (ePub, 10MB).
This format works on the Amazon Kindle and with Amazon’s Kindle apps on other devices.
Liturgia horarum from Advent 2015 to Pentecost 2016 (Kindle, 20MB).
Liturgia horarum from Pentecost 2016 to the end of Ordinary Time (Kindle, 27MB).Do you prefer parallel Latin-English texts? The Universalis apps will give you these, but they do cost money. Follow this link for details.
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.
We have been told that 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 device. It also works for some Kindle apps, so it is worth trying it. Full instructions are here.
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