Liturgia horarum (Kindle)
Liturgia horarum from Advent 2023 to Pentecost 2024 (.mobi, 41MB).
Older: Liturgia horarum from Pentecost to Advent 2023 (.mobi, 16MB).
Liturgia horarum from Advent 2023 to Pentecost 2024 (ePub, 8MB).
Older: Liturgia horarum from Pentecost to Advent 2023 (ePub, 16MB).
There are three ways to get our free e-books onto your Kindle.
- Download directly using your Kindle
- Download to your computer and copy to your Kindle
- Download to your computer and use Amazon’s Send to Kindle service
Direct download using your Kindle
Your Kindle contains a built-in web browser. On the Kindle Paperwhite it is hidden away in the ‘three vertical dots’ menu at the top right of the Kindle’s home screen: all Kindle models have this feature but the way of accessing it may be different.
- Tell the web browser to visit
- You may want to use the three-dot menu to bookmark this page so that you don’t have to type its address again in the future.
- Tap on the ‘Liturgia horarum’ link at the top of this page. Choose the .mobi format.
- Wait for the e-book to download. This may take some time, because the e-books are large.
- The book will appear in your library and on your home screen.
Download and copy to your Kindle
If you can't get the e-book into your e-reader directly, you can download it to your computer first and then transfer it to your e-reader.
- On your computer, tap on the ‘Liturgia horarum’ link at the top of this page. Choose the .mobi format.
- Next, you need to transfer the downloaded file to your Kindle. You do this by connecting your Kindle to your computer with a USB cable and then, when the Kindle has appeared as a disk drive, dragging the downloaded file into the ‘documents’ directory of that disk drive.
- Searching the web for ‘USB transfer to Kindle’ will give you many pages with detailed instructions.
Download and use Amazon’s Send to Kindle
This is Amazon’s officially recommended method. Warning: Amazon’s systems are unreliable and with these Latin e-books this process may fail. There is nothing we can do about this. We suspect that it has something to do with the complexity of these e-book files (which have over 1,000 chapters!) but there is no way of knowing because Amazon give no technical support and have no way of reporting bugs.
- On your computer, tap on the ‘Liturgia horarum’ link at the top of this page. Choose the ePub format, not the .mobi format.
- Either use Amazon’s own ‘Send to Kindle’ program. Here is Amazon’s page about this.
- Or email the file to your Kindle’s email address. Before you do this for the first time, you need to find out what your Kindle’s email address is, and also tell Amazon’s Personal Documents service to accept emails from you. This page has full details.
- Wait for the e-book to arrive wirelessly on your Kindle.