Originally Posted by Hunter24
While the Internet is a great sorce of information and Discusion, how on earth could a christian religiouse cerimony be conducted over the Internet. I can't imagine celibrating a Sabat over the Internet.
It can't. You can watch a sermon and follow along with some songs, but that is not corporate worship it's simply private.
But to get back to the OP. Technology is great; I can have the whole breviary on my iPhone (1962 or modern) for $.99 while the whole set would cost me upwards of $150 (or over $200 for the 1962), and best of all I don't have to remember when to flip to a different area.