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The Eucharistic Prayer (EP II) The Eucharistic Prayer, the pinnacle of the entire celebration, is a memorial proclamation of praise and thanksgiving for God’s work of salvation, a proclamation in which the Body and Blood of Christ are made present by the power of the Holy Spirit and the people are joined to Christ in offering his Sacrifice to. The Holy Eucharist. The Liturgy for the Proclamation of the Word of God and Celebration of the Holy Communion. The Holy Eucharist: Rite I The Holy Eucharist: Rite II Prayers of the People Communion under Special Circumstances An Order for Celebrating the Holy Eucharist Additional Directions The Holy Eucharist: Rite II Prayers of the People Communion under. Book of Common Prayer, laid it down as a rule, that “The particular Forms of Divine Worship, and the Rites and Ceremonies appointed to be Day and other major Feasts, and Daily Morning and Evening Prayer, as set forth in this Book, are the regular services appointed for public worship in this Size: 4MB. Some will notice that some of the original intentions of the Prayer Book versions have been diluted. Celebrating the Grace of God, originating with Bishop Brian Carrel, eschewed the use of “Blessed is he ” (words unpopular for some in the Eucharistic Prayer). Those two lines have now been restored.
The Word of God - The Collect of the Day - The Lessons - The Sermon - The Nicene Creed - The Prayers of the People - Confession of Sin - The Peace The Holy Communion - The Great Thanksgiving - The Sanctus - The Eucharistic Prayer - The Lord's Prayer - The Breaking of the Bread - The Dismissal. The Holy Eucharist: Rite Two The Word of God. The Eucharistic Prayer. One of the following Eucharistic Prayers is used: Prayer A below, or Prayer C here. Prayer A. The Lord be with you. All and with thy spirit. (or) The Lord is here. All His Spirit is with us. Lift up your hearts. All We lift them up unto the Lord. Let us give thanks unto the Lord our God. V. The Lord be with you. R. And with your spirit. V. Lift up your hearts. R. We lift them up to the Lord. V. Let us give thanks to the Lord our God R. It is right and just. Then follows the Preface to be used in accord with the rubrics, which concludes: Holy,. The Prayer Book offers four different Eucharistic prayers in Rite II. In my exposure, Eucharistic Prayer A is the “standard” with Eucharistic Prayer B as the “Incarnation” prayer. Eucharistic Prayer C is the “Star Wars” prayer and is decidedly creation-focused (and, everyone should note, is far and away the most penitential of.
In this inviting book Barry Hudock shows us that the eucharistic prayer is indeed the most dynamic and explosive" moment of Christian worship-in fact, of Christian life. Hudock takes us back to the beginnings of formal eucharistic worship in the early church, then forward to Vatican II and beyond, unpacking and exploring the eucharistic prayers 5/5(3). A Prayer Book of Ten Different Eucharistic Holy Hours for Private Meditation and Personal Prayer in the Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Author: Vincent Martin Lucia. Publisher: ISBN: Category: Holy Hour. Page: View: We present here the Book of Common Prayer in electronic form, formatted as the original. That is, it is intended to be as identical as possible to the U. S. BCP in appearance. It is hoped that parishes might find this useful, for example, in preparing special service booklets where unnecessary sections may be omitted, parts may be rearranged as. The Eucharistic Prayer (from the Sanctus/”Holy, Holy, Holy” up to the doxological conclusion, “To you O God be all honor and praise ”) is both ancient in form and diverse in content. The ELW provides several options from the Church’s tradition, including some written by Luther himself.