The Three Times of Prayer

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Traditionally, devotees of Dea, Our Heavenly Mother God, pray three times a day.

In the 21st century, our lives are often so hectic and busy, we might not find the time to pray at length, study scripture or meditate. With this in mind, everything listed in our Three Rites of Aurora, Noon-tide and Evensong are completely optional. They are suggestions, only. If time is limited or the Rites do not resonate with a Reginite devotee, it is always wonderful to simply raise our minds and hearts to Dea and to Our Lord, to pray in our own words or offer a mystical chant or lovely hymn. For the links to each Rite, please see (A).

If at all possible, it is best if the family can gather for prayer at least one time a day. In this case, the prayers and rites should be adapted for children. The prayer to the Guardian Angel along, with one of the basic prayers and a brief scripture reading from a children’s bible are some suggested recommendations for children. We will be adding special prayers for children in the near future.


  (Daughter Sophia)

Aurora, or Morning Prayer, is in honor of the Holy Daughter, Zoe Sophia, She Who is the Supernal Moon. She Who is Immanent with us. She Who, at the Dawn of Time, became for us, the Holy Soul of the World. Blessed is She. It is also in honor of Our Lord, Jesus.

Noon-tide is in honor of Our Heavenly Mother, Mari, and Our True Father God.

  (Mother Sophia by Hrano Janto).

Evensong is in honor of the Veiled Origin of Eternity, the Great Mother, Sige-Barbelo and the Holy Spirit.


 (Mother of the World by Nicolas Roerich).

May Our Lady bless you,

Blessed is She.

Rev. Pamela Lanides



The Rite of Aurora may be found here:

The Rite of Noon-tide may be found here:

The Rite of Evensong may be found here: