Prayers of the Eucharist: Early and Reformed (Google eBook)

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Liturgical Press, 1990 - Religion - 314 pages
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This collection of prayers was compiled to introduce the reader who has little knowledge of Greek or Latin or foreign modern languages to the treasures of Church worship.

The prayers collected provide a textured picture of Christian worship in its simplest and purest form (springtime of the liturgy")."

  

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Contents

The study of early liturgy
3
Jewish Prayers
7
The New Testament
13
The Didache
20
Justin Martyr
25
The Apostolic Tradition
31
The Liturgy of Saints Addai and Mari
39
The Third Anaphora of St Peter Sharar
45
NonRoman versions of the Canon
155
The Mass of the Roman Rite
159
Ordo Romanus Primus
168
PART IIReformed
175
The study of Reformed Liturgy
177
a Formula Missae 1523
191
b Deutsche Messe 1526
195
The Swedish Mass 1531
200

b The British Museum Tablet
54
The final form
57
The Egyptian Anaphora of St Basil
67
b The Deir Balyzeh Papyrus
79
The Louvain Coptic Papyrus
81
Catecheses
82
The Liturgy of St James
88
a Book VII
101
b Book VIII
103
The Byzantine Liturgy of St Basil
114
The Anaphora of the Twelve Apostles
124
The Liturgy of St John Chrysostom
129
Catecheses
135
b The Anaphora of Epiphanius of Salamis
141
On the Sacraments
143
The Gallican Rite
147
The Mozarabic Rite
151
The Psalter 1539
204
Form of Church Prayers 1542
213
A Simple and Religious Consultation
219
The Order of the Communion 1548
226
The Book of Common Prayer 1549
232
The Book of Common Prayer 1552
244
The Form of Prayers 1556
250
The Scottish Book of Common Prayer 1637
258
A Directory for the Public Worship of God 1645
265
The Reformation of the Liturgy 1661
270
The Book of Common Prayer 1662
277
The Nonjurors Liturgy 1718
290
The Church Agenda 1748
298
The Scottish Communion Office 1764
302
The Prayer Book of the Protestant Episcopal Church 1790
308
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Page 17 - Take, eat; this is my body." Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he gave it to them, saying, "Drink from it, all of you; for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.

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About the author (1990)

Jasper is Dean Emeritus of York. He was formerly Chairman of the Church of England Liturgical Commission.

Cuming was formerly lecturer at King's College, London and Ripon College, Cuddesdon.

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