Bidding Prayer

Some articles on prayer, bidding, prayers, bidding prayers, bidding prayer:

Gallican Rite - The Mass
... In the Bobbio there is a prayer Post Ajus ... Duschene makes this refer to a Bidding Litany to follow the Homily, but judging from the analogy of the Stowe Mass, which places a litany between the Epistle and Gospel, and ... The Roman Good Friday prayers, however, which are similar in import to this litany, follow the Gospel and so does the Great Synapte of Clementine, the Byzantine, and other Eastern rites which have petitions of the ...
... A Bidding-prayer (O ... beten) is the formula of prayer or exhortation to prayer said during worship in churches of the Anglican Communion ... the 1662 Book of Common Prayer bidding-prayer form begins, "Let us pray for Christ's holy Catholic Church," provides specifics, and then moves on to the next bidding) ...
Gallican Rite - The Occasional Services - Ordination Service
... Gregorian Sacramentaries, though it contains some Roman prayers, is found in these two books, and it may be reasonably be inferred that the differences are of ... chalice, paten, basin, ewer and towel to subdeacons, occur, Bidding Prayers and all, in the Roman Pontifical of today ... The Bidding Prayer and collect which follow are both in the present Roman Pontifical, though separated by much additional matter ...

Famous quotes containing the words prayer and/or bidding:

    “10 April 1800—
    Blacks rebellious. Crew uneasy. Our linguist says
    their moaning is a prayer for death,
    ours and their own.
    Robert Earl Hayden (1913–1980)

    Go; and if that word have not quite killed thee,
    Ease me with death by bidding me got too.
    Oh, if it have, let my word work on me,
    And a just office on a murderer do.
    Except it be too late to kill me so,
    Being double dead: going, and bidding go.
    John Donne (1572–1631)