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The Collect for Purity: Why allow the whole congregation to say this prayer?
This historic prayer was originally said in the sacristy by the priest alone, but is now intended as a preparation for the whole congregation.
Galatians 6.18), and the Latin, "et cum spiritu tuo," which Cranmer translated correctly as "and with your spirit." Lessons: Why are we including the reading of more than two lessons?
(i.e., "Blessed be God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit ...").Morning and Evening Prayer and the first “working texts” for the Holy Eucharist were adopted in June of 2013.At that time a mechanism for extensive church-wide feedback ([email protected]) was put in place.The Liturgy Task Force is now undertaking the task of evaluating and incorporating the feedback, and of finalizing the texts that are, God willing, to be printed in the Book of Common Prayer (2019). – The extensive feedback received on the Daily Office, Holy Eucharist and Collects of the Christian Year was incorporated into final texts, approved by the College of Bishops in January 2018, and is reflected in the texts now available on line.The call for a new Book of Common Prayer was made in 2009, at the time of the formation of the Anglican Church in North America.