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Morning Prayer Ordinary Time

Morning Prayer Ordinary Time

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Published by Andrew Lang
Insert for "Book of Common Worship Daily Prayer" (Westminster John Knox Press). Supplements order for Morning Prayer with antiphons, responsories, and a litany for intercessory prayer.
Insert for "Book of Common Worship Daily Prayer" (Westminster John Knox Press). Supplements order for Morning Prayer with antiphons, responsories, and a litany for intercessory prayer.

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M
ORNING
P
RAYER
 
FOR
O
RDINARY
T
IME
 
O
PENING
S
ENTENCES
 
 O Lord, open my lips.
And my mouth shall proclaim your praise.Glory to the holyand life-giving Trinity, One God:as it was in the beginning, is now,and will be forever. Amen.
 Alleluia!
Alleluia!A
NTIPHONS
 
ON
 
THE
M
ORNING
P
SALM
 
Sundays 
The glory of God fills the whole earth:* O come, let us worship.
 Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 
The Lord is the rock of our salvation:* O come, let us worship.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays 
 
New every morning are the mercies of God:* O come, let us worship.
 After Psalm 95, this prayer may be said.
O Sovereign God, from the heights of the hills to thecaverns of the earth, all creation proclaims your glory. Let us join the song of praise, that we may live this day rejoicing in all your works, through Christ our Lord.
Amen.
 
 That we may rejoice in your presence in our work,our worship and our play:
Christ have mercy.
  That we may love each other as you have loved us:
Christ have mercy.
  That the church throughout the world may seek  justice and peace according to your command:
Christ have mercy.
  That those who are in need may findhelp, mercy, and comfort:
Christ have mercy.
 Let us now commend ourselves, and all for whom we pray, to the mercy and protection of God.
Free intercessions may be offered.
Rejoicing with Mary and all the saints,let us entrust ourselves, and one another,and all our lives to you, O Christ:
To you, O Christ our God.
One of the prayers on pages 37-39 may be said, followed 
by the Lord’s Prayer.
A
LTERNATIVE
D
ISMISSAL
 
Let us bless the Lord.
Thanks be to God.
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This insert is formaed to t into
Book of Common Worship Daily Prayer 
(© 1993 Westminster John Knox Press). It provides sup-plemental anphons, responses to the reading(s) and a litany (as an alternave to the “Prayers for Intercession and Thanksgiving”on pages 33
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37) for Morning Prayer. Addional inserts will be published for seasons of the church year.
 

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