Sunday, August 8, 2010

Five Favorite Devotions

Joe at Defend Us In Battle tagged me with a meme to list my five favorite devotions. Thanks Joe!

I take a slightly unconventional approach to devotions, in that most of my devotions are simply Scripture itself. Once I learned about Psalms, they just sang to me. However, in order to comply, here are some of my favorites:
  1. The Divine Mercy Chaplet
  2. Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus) Luke 1:68-79
  3. Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis) Luke 2:29–32
  4. Psalm 34:12-15
  5. Sirach 3:1-30
Now according to the rules, I'm supposed to tag 5 other bloggers. Ah me! so hard ... nobody pays attention to little ol' me ...

  1. RAnn at This That and the Other Thing
  2. Q at The Q Continuum
  3. The Crescat
  4. RobK at Kyrie Eleison
  5. Mike in CT at Exultet


    Marques said...

    So, the two Canticles, do you recite them separate from the Office?

    Nod said...

    Occasionally, yes. Zechariah more than Simeon. Psalm 34:12 gets said a lot.

    Why do I feel a gotcha coming on?

    Kardinal said...

    1) Divine Mercy Chaplet
    2) The Miserere (notice a theme?)
    3) Psalm 23 (KJV, I'm afraid it's just more poetic than any other version)
    4) Anima Christi (How many translations of this prayer ARE THERE???)
    5) No other in particular.

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