[quote="porthos11, post:18, topic:327040"]
If your Ordo is a booklet (and not just a wall calendar), doesn't each day have an "Hours:" entry? Because that's what Ordos are supposed to contain.
Nope. My Ordo is indeed a booklet, and this is what it says for tomorrow (21st May):
Messe quotidien au choix
St-Christophe Magallanes, Pr. et ses compagnons Martyrs, Mémoire facultative.
In other words, tomorrow's liturgical color is green, and the Propers are from whichever daily Mass the priest wants to celebrate (for the Church, for vocations, etc.; on days like these I have him prepare the Missal). Alternatively, we could observe the optional memorial of St. Christopher Magallanes and his companions, martyrs, in which case the liturgical color would be red.
And that is all. I concede that today's entry confirms we are in Week III of the Psalter, but this reference to the LOTH is exceptional. The vast majority of days don't mention it at all.
[quote="Joe_5859, post:14, topic:327040"]
I'm not the one who first brought up the ordo, but that St. Joseph Guide is the one I most often see for Liturgy of the Hours. There may be others out there, too.
I could really use something like that. It would get me off my spiritual director's back (unfortunately for him, I see him every day :p). Sadly, to my knowledge such a guide doesn't exist in France.