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The Hours of Prayer

There are seven traditional hours of prayer. Members of the Society observe morning and evening prayers with scripture readings. During evening prayer (Compline), our members are encouraged to use the Daily Office app. They are also welcome to share prayer thanksgivings and petitions with fellow Society members.

Regular Gatherings

Gathering together for koinonia, prayer, and worship is part of being a community.  So, we regularly gather together in both physical and virtual locations to encourage each other in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the koinonia of The Holy Spirit

Religious Habit

Members of Christian religious orders have traditionally worn a distinguishing habit (clothing or necklace).  The habit of the Society of St. Patrick and St. Aidan is a Celtic Cross necklace (pectoral cross).  Society members are encourage to wear it whenever appropriate and at all gatherings of our Society.

Weekly Eucharist

Members of the Society are encouraged to receive Holy Communion every week. Society members are also encouraged, but not required, to participate in the Rite of Reconciliation (confession), at least once a year.


Our Rhythm of Life


Sharing a Common Spiritual Journey

Join Us in Our Rhythm of Life

as we walk the path of the ancient Church, leading us into the future glory of Jesus Christ

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The Divine Hours online resource includes morning, midday, vespers (evening) and compline (before retiring) offices, having roots in the biblical tradition.

You may find it helpful to read the introduction by the author, Phyllis Tickle.

download Our online Compline Prayer Resource

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Prayer Resources

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