The Grail Psalms (2 vols.)
GIA Publications 1963–2010
The Hebrew psalms were originally written to be sung, not just as static poems on paper. For thousands of years, the Church has had a rich musical prayer life, integrating psalm singing with liturgical prayer. The Grail Psalms are the Catholic Church’s singing translation of the Hebrew psalms. Every syllable in the translation was considered during the translation process, giving a translation that is faithful to the original rhythm of the psalms and musical direction with tones, beats, stresses, and notes considered throughout. All 150 psalms are thus translated and arranged according to Catholic liturgical use, especially with the Liturgy of the Hours in mind.
In Logos Bible Software, these texts can be studied alongside other translations and commentaries, allowing you deeper access to the studies of each psalm and verse. Original-language resources, such as dictionaries, lexicons, and the tools and datasets in Logos Bible Software, bring you deeper into the language of the text.
- Integrates into the Liturgy of the Hours
- Fully searchable and indexed by verse
- Accessible on your desktop, laptop, and mobile device
- Title: The Grail Pslams
- Publisher: GIA Publications
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 608