In the interest of reforming the Anglican offices of Morning and Evening Prayer in the direction of the ancient cathedral office, yet without doing violence to the main logic of Morning and Evening Prayer as they now stand in the Book of Common Prayer, I have made a modified order for Morning Prayer. Rather than lectio currens, in which the psalms are cycled through every month from 1 to 150, I have opted for a limited set of proper psalms appropriate for public worship in the morning, following some choices often made by the early Church for their daily morning worship.
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