BCP Personal Ecomony Edition Red

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Harper Collins, Jan 1, 1985 - Religion - 1008 pages
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This compact yet comprehensive prayer book is a cherished resource for Episcopalians everywhere and the perfect choice for wide distribution in schools and for use as a pew prayer book. The Holy Eucharist, the principal act of Christian worship on the Lord's 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 Church.

The Economy Edition includes the Revised Common Lectionary. The cover is embossed with an elegant gold cross.

 

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The text is there, the quality is not.

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Small with very thin pages and rough cut edges. Nonetheless, the text is there and with the BCP the text is the important part. Read full review

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Contents

The Ratification of the Book of Common Prayer
8
Contemporarv
18
Rite One
37
Rue One 6
75
Noonday Prayer
103
Season of the Year
111
Compline j 27
136
Traditional
159
1 1
412
Celebration and Blessing ot a Marriage
433
Reconciliation of a Penitent
446
Ministration at the Time of Death
462
Rite One
469
Rite Two
491
An Order for Burial
506
Ordination of a Priest
525

Seasons of the Year 1
185
Va rio u s O cca sio ns
199
Holy Days 137
237
Various Occasions
251
Ash Wednesday
264
Holy Baptism 199
292
The Holy Eucharist
315
Rite Two 3 5 1
351
Communion under Special Circumstances
396
Litany for Ordinations
548
Consecration of a Church or Chapel
567
The Psalter or Psalms of David
585
Prayers and Thanksgivings
809
An Outline of the Faith or Catechism
845
Tables for Finding the Date of Easter and other Holy Days
888
YearC
911
Common of Saints
925
Holy Days
996

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