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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Dec 21 2009 1:08 PM

As you know, I am gathering lectionary materials so that Logos can handle the Jewish reading cycle, daily reading cycles etc.  No promises as to what Logos will have an interest in. No promises as to what may have copyright issues. But I will commit to sharing legal, personal copies to the degree possible. But this leads me to a series of questions.

1. Are you interested in Scripture other than the readings/lessons for the day e.g. antiphons, sentences?

2. Are you interested in the Scriptures for Liturgy of the Hours, Morning-Evening Prayer, etc.? If so, do you prefer that it be integrated into the Lectionary or separate?

3. Do you base a reading plan on the lectionary (or prayer book)?

4 .Would you like to be able to attach notes / sermons / passage guides to the liturgical date i.e. to the group of Scripture references in addition to those on the  individual readings?

5. Are you interested in the use of scripture in other ritual books e.g. The Book of Blessings?

6. Are you interested in historic lectionaries keyed only by liturgical date (not secular calendar date)?

7. Are you interested in comparing lectionaries for a single liturgical date e.g. the Revised Common Lectionary, the historic one-year Lutheran Lectionary, the Book of Common Prayer cycle, the Byzantine Orthodox Lectionary?

That's more than enough questions to help me prioritize my work.  But please add in any other comments you feel like. (Even off-topic ... I'm neither prescreening or policing the responses.)

Thanks MJ

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DominicM | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 21 2009 2:42 PM

more a 2 or 3 option,  but if its a download I will try it and see.. willing to try something new

I know the plan is copyright, but looking at a Reese type plan for 2010

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Dominick Sela | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 21 2009 2:50 PM

1. Are you interested in Scripture other than the readings/lessons for the day e.g. antiphons, sentences? YES!

2. Are you interested in the Scriptures for Liturgy of the Hours, Morning-Evening Prayer, etc.? If so, do you prefer that it be integrated into the Lectionary or separate? I suspect it may need to be separate resources as LOH breviary is very large (4 volumes in my copy). Whilke it would be wonderful if Logos presented the 7 prayers in the LOH so I could just click and read, I would really be happy even if the LOH resource was available.

3. Do you base a reading plan on the lectionary (or prayer book)? No not currently. I do read the lectionary, and I used to use one that floated around with daily entries. I would really like that if it existed.

4 .Would you like to be able to attach notes / sermons / passage guides to the liturgical date i.e. to the group of Scripture references in addition to those on the  individual readings? Probably wouldn't use that much

5. Are you interested in the use of scripture in other ritual books e.g. The Book of Blessings? Yes

6. Are you interested in historic lectionaries keyed only by liturgical date (not secular calendar date)? Yes

7. Are you interested in comparing lectionaries for a single liturgical date e.g. the Revised Common Lectionary, the historic one-year Lutheran Lectionary, the Book of Common Prayer cycle, the Byzantine Orthodox Lectionary? Not so much. As I said above I would prefer having access to daily lectionary readings

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Kevin Becker | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 21 2009 3:32 PM

I'm a curious-about lectionaries and trying to figure out if I would use one and how if I do. However, I am interesting in #7 seeing what scriptures the different traditions use at different readings for the same liturgical date.

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Christopher Esget | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Dec 29 2009 9:53 AM

1. Are you interested in Scripture other than the readings/lessons for the day e.g. antiphons, sentences? YES!

2. Are you interested in the Scriptures for Liturgy of the Hours, Morning-Evening Prayer, etc.? If so, do you prefer that it be integrated into the Lectionary or separate? NOT REALLY.

3. Do you base a reading plan on the lectionary (or prayer book)?

YES - The Treasury of Daily Prayer (CPH), which uses the same daily lectionary as found in Lutheran Service Book.

4 .Would you like to be able to attach notes / sermons / passage guides to the liturgical date i.e. to the group of Scripture references in addition to those on the  individual readings? DEFINITELY.

5. Are you interested in the use of scripture in other ritual books e.g. The Book of Blessings? NO.

6. Are you interested in historic lectionaries keyed only by liturgical date (not secular calendar date)? YES.

7. Are you interested in comparing lectionaries for a single liturgical date e.g. the Revised Common Lectionary, the historic one-year Lutheran Lectionary, the Book of Common Prayer cycle, the Byzantine Orthodox Lectionary? YES, BUT IT'S NOT A PRIORITY.

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BillS | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Dec 29 2009 4:24 PM

MJ. Smith:
1. Are you interested in Scripture other than the readings/lessons for the day e.g. antiphons, sentences?

Yes

MJ. Smith:
2. Are you interested in the Scriptures for Liturgy of the Hours, Morning-Evening Prayer, etc.? If so, do you prefer that it be integrated into the Lectionary or separate?

Yes, & yes.

MJ. Smith:
3. Do you base a reading plan on the lectionary (or prayer book)?

No--my reading plan goes through the entire Bible. Unless there's a lectionary that does so (I'm open), I'll probably stick to the plan I'm using.

 

MJ. Smith:
4 .Would you like to be able to attach notes / sermons / passage guides to the liturgical date i.e. to the group of Scripture references in addition to those on the  individual readings?

My reading is done off-line, with paper. I use e-media for research, paper media & pen for spiritual development.

MJ. Smith:
5. Are you interested in the use of scripture in other ritual books e.g. The Book of Blessings?

Potentially. Not knowing what those books are, can't say for sure.

MJ. Smith:
6. Are you interested in historic lectionaries keyed only by liturgical date (not secular calendar date)?

Interested in both (liturgical + calendar).

MJ. Smith:
7. Are you interested in comparing lectionaries for a single liturgical date e.g. the Revised Common Lectionary, the historic one-year Lutheran Lectionary, the Book of Common Prayer cycle, the Byzantine Orthodox Lectionary?

Not so much. My tradition uses RCL, but it's incomplete for calendar... when there's an occasion, I'll look first at other lectionaries for ideas.

MJ. Smith:
Thanks MJ

It's we who should thank you! So, THANKS!

Yes

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Bill


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