The Liturgy of the Hours (also known as the Divine Office or the Work of GodOpus Dei, or canonical hours and often referred to as the Breviary) is the daily prayer of the Church, marking the hours of each day and sanctifying the day with prayer. Priests  are required and the Lay are encouraged, but not  required to say the Liturgy of the hours.
The two most important (or “hinge” Hours) are Morning and Evening Prayer. These each include a Gospel canticle, which acts as a kind of meditative extension of the scriptural proclamation in light of the Christ event. Morning and Evening Prayer also include intercessions that flow from the scriptural proclamation just as the Psalms prepare for it.
•   Morning Prayer: the Canticle of Zechariah from Luke 1:68-79 (known as the Benedictus)
Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel, for He has visited and brought redemption to His people. He has raised up a horn for our salvation within the house of David his servant even as He promised through the mouth of His holy prophets from of old: salvation from our enemies and from the hand of all who hate us, to show mercy to our fathers and to be mindful of His holy covenantand of the oath He swore to Abraham our father, and to grant us that, rescued from the hand of enemies, without fear we might worship Him in holiness and righteousness before Him all our days.And you, child, will be called prophet of the Most High, for you will go before the Lord to prepare His ways, to give His people knowledge of salvation through the forgiveness of their sins, because of the tender mercy of our God by which the daybreak from on high will visit us to shine on those who sit in darkness and death’s shadow, to guide our feet into the path of peace.”
•  Evening Prayer: the Canticle of Mary from Luke 1:46-55 (known as theMagnificat).
“And Mary said: “My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord;my spirit rejoices in God my savior.For He has looked upon His handmaid’s lowliness; behold, from now on will all ages call me blessed.The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name.His mercy is from age to age to those who fear Him. He has shown might with His arm, dispersed the arrogant of mind and heart.He has thrown down the rulers from their thrones but lifted up the lowly. The hungry He has filled with good things; the rich He has sent away empty. He has helped Israel His servant, remembering His mercy, according to His promise to our fathers, to Abraham and to His descendants forever.”
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For the full,  proper format and  official Psalms, go  to for Morning  Prayer and for Evening Prayer.  There is also a Universalis App.