Welcome to the Dominus regnavit blog.

This project is a user-supported endeavor to provide daily recordings of the traditional Divine Office in its Roman secular form, according to the order of the Roman Breviary of 1962, and sung with its chant as found in Pope St. Pius X’s “Vatican Edition” of the Antiphonale Romanum, marked with rhythmic signs by the monks of Solesmes.

This is the Extraordinary Form of the office, which Pope Benedict XVI gave to us anew with the document Summorum Pontificum.

At present, we are posting Lauds daily. Listen to the latest postings below, or see the menu-header for more information.

Thank you for visiting and supporting this project!


2 thoughts on “Greetings

  1. Thank you so much for keeping this up. I so appreciate your resource links. I am trying to learn to sing Terce for Laetare Sunday for a Sunday School Class at my local (extremely Novus Ordo) parish. Piecing together the music for the hour, the day, the season, is taking so long (all day, in fact)–it makes me really appreciate what you have to do each and every day in order to sing Lauds. Again, thank you so much!


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