St. Gregory's has a program for oblates (people who live the Benedictine life outside of the monastery), and a worship handbook they can use to conduct the Benedictine rhythm of prayer on their own. I bought a few copies, one for home, one for the office, and one to loan out to anyone who might be interested. It doesn't have the musical notation that the worship guide at the monastery does, which means that you get to make up the chants as you go. :) It basically has Lauds and Vespers for each day of the week. So Vigils (the first set of prayers) and the mid-day prayers are left out. There is a nightly Compline that can be used.
Anyway, if you are interested, I'll be happy to show you how it works.