The PalmPilot Prayer Book
I developed electronic versions of the Orthodox Prayer Book for use with my Palm Pilot, and now have developed an eBook for Microsoft Reader OR MobiPocket on the Palm OS.  It is based on the usage of the OCA (for the Divine Liturgy) and other prayer books for the daily and incidental prayer use.  It is quite exhaustive.  All material comes from non-copywrited text available on the web.  Please feel free to download.

These files use the Doc application for the PalmPilot, and were created using MakeDocW. Many thanks for the utilities.

These files were created by me, for my use, and as such reflect the usage of the Antiochian Archdiocese, specifically, St. Philip's Discipline of the Fellowship of St. John the Divine. You should follow the direction of your spiritual father/father confessor, however. Ask nicely -- I have lots of stuff on disk, and perhaps can put the prayer you are looking for on-line.

The only Antiochian specific file is the Morning prayers, which includes prayers for our Heirarchs, as well as a directory of parishes in the Archdiocese, which are prayed for individually once per month.

Enough talk -- here are the files:

St. Philip's Prayer Discipline, morning
St. Philip's Prayer Discipline, evening
Akathist to Our Sweetest Lord Jesus
Akathist to the Theotokos
Akathist to St. John of Kronstadt
Akathist to St. John of San Francisco
Canon to the Theotokos
Canon to St. John of San Francisco
Preparation and Prayer for Confession
Confession of St. Demetri
Prayers before and after Holy Communion
Various Prayers
Prayers upon Entering Church (prepared for St. John Orthodox Church, Memphis, but applicable to others -- modify/substitute the troparia to the patron as needed)
Or, download a ZIP file of all the files
here.


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