Shorter Form of the Celtic Liturgy

This modern language form may be a option suitable for weekday and private celebrations

C: In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit !men C: "race and peace be with you !ll: !nd also with you

Confession
C: #y brothers and sisters to prepare ourselves to celebrate these sacred mysteries let us call to mind our sins

All: $e confess our sins to you, Father, Son, and Spirit Holy Compassionate "od of life, your kindly pardon give: for our careless talk, our broken oath, our empty speech% for all that we have left undone, for all that we have done amiss
&esus, only'begotten Son and (amb of "od the Father, you gave the blood of your body to save us from the grave !s we receive the $ord and knowledge of your forgiveness, enshield us, encircle us, each day, each night, each dark, each light )phold us, be our treasure, our triumph everlasting% strong Son of "od most high !men Absolution

C: #ay !lmighty "od have mercy upon you, * pardon and deliver you from all your sins and bring you to life everlasting !men (Asperges optional)

Introit and First Censing Kyrie
!ll: (ord have mercy (ord have mercy +(ord have mercy , Christ have mercy Christ have mercy +Christ have mercy , (ord have mercy (ord have mercy +(ord have mercy ,

Gloria
!ll: "lory to "od in the highest, and peace to his people on earth (ord "od, heavenly -ing, !lmighty "od and Father, we worship you, we give you thanks, we praise you for your glory (ord &esus Christ, only Son of the Father, (ord "od, (amb of "od, you take away the sin of the world: have mercy on us% you are seated at the right hand of the Father: receive our prayer For you alone are the Holy .ne, you alone are the (ord, you alone are the #ost High, &esus Christ, with the Holy Spirit, in the glory of "od the Father !men The Collect of the Day (et us pray The Ministry of the Word The .ld or /ew Testament reading shall be announced:

! reading from the They shall end with the words: This is the $ord of the (ord
Thanks be to "od

The Gospel alone may be proclaimed
C: The (ord be with you, !ll: and also with you C: Hear the Holy "ospel according to Saint !ll: "lory to you (ord C: This is the "ospel of the (ord !ll: 0raise to you (ord &esus Christ

The Apostles Creed may be said I believe in "od, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth I believe in &esus Christ, his only
Son, our (ord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the 1irgin #ary, suffered under 0ontius 0ilate, was crucified, died, and was buried% he descended to the dead .n the third day he rose again% he ascended into heaven, he is seated at the right hand of the Father, and he will come to 2udge the living and the dead I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting !men
(or the Nicene Creed may be said if preferred)

The Peace
C: The 0eace of the (ord be with you always%

!ll: !nd with your spirit
C: (et us offer one another a sign of peace

The ffertory
C: $e thank you, . (ord "od !lmighty, we thank you for the earth and the waters, we thank you for the sky, the air and the sun, we thank you for all living creatures !ll: Come, . (ord, in the 3read of (ife C: * 3y the mystery of this water and wine may we come to share in the divinity of Christ who humbled himself to share in our humanity 0raise be to you, . (ord "od !lmighty, For our homes, our families, .ur friends, and loved ones 0raise be to you for all the people around us everywhere in this wounded world !ll: Come, . (ord, in the Cup of Healing

!nd Censing As the priest washes his hands:
C: (ord wash away my in4uity and cleanse me from my sins 0ray brethren that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to "od the !lmighty Father !ll: #ay the (ord accept the sacrifice at your hands for our good and the good of all His holy church

The Prayer over the Gifts from the Missal may be said The Great Than"sgi#ing
C: The (ord be with you, !ll: !nd with your spirit C: (ift up your hearts !ll: $e lift them up to the (ord C: (et us give thanks to the (ord our "od !ll: It is right to give him thanks and praise

The towe Preface
Father, all powerful and ever living "od, $e do well always and everywhere to give you thanks through &esus Christ our (ord 5ou . Father, with your only begotten Son and the Holy Spirit are "od 5ou are "od, one immortal% Incorruptible and unmoving% Invisible and faithful% $onderful and worthy of praise% Strong and worthy of honour% 5ou are "od, most high and magnificent% (iving and true% $ise and powerful% Holy and splendid% "reat and good% 5ou are "od, awesome and peace'loving% 3eautiful and righteous% 0ure and kind% 3lessed and 2ust% Tender and holy% 5ou are "od, not in the singularity of one person, 3ut in the Trinity of substance $e believe you% $e bless you% $e adore you !nd praise your name for evermore $e praise you through Christ who is the salvation of the universe% Through Christ who is the life of human beings% Through Christ who is the resurrection of the dead Through him the angels praise your ma2esty% the dominations

adore% the powers of the heaven of heavens tremble% the virtues and the blessed seraphim concelebrate in e6ultation% so grant, we pray you, that our voices may be admitted to that of the chorus, in humble declaration of your glory, as we say: !ll: Holy, holy, holy (ord, "od of power and might, heaven and earth are full of your glory Hosanna in the highest 3lessed is he who comes in the name of the (ord Hosanna in the highest

!"charistic Prayer (from the Gelasian acramentary)
#ost merciful Father, we humbly pray and implore you, through &esus Christ your Son, our (ord, to be pleased to receive and bless * these gifts, these holy unblemished offerings $e offer them to you in the first place for your holy Church throughout the whole world 3e pleased to keep her in peace, to watch over her, and to gather her in unity and to guide her, and also for 7/8 your servant our 0residing 3ishop, and all the bishops and all right believing teachers of the Catholic apostolic faith 9emember, (ord, your servants and handmaids 7/ and /8 and all here present whose faith and devotion are known to you $e offer for them, or they themselves offer, this sacrifice of praise for themselves and all their own, for the redeeming of their souls, for their hope of safety and salvation% and they now send up their prayers to you, the eternal, living and true "od 3eing in fellowship we reverently bring to mind, firstly the

glorious #ary, ever virgin, #other of our "od and (ord &esus Christ, and then your blessed apostles and martyrs% 0eter and 0aul, !ndrew, &ames, &ohn, 3artholomew, #atthew, Simon and &ude, #ary #agdalen, &oseph of !rimathea, 0atrick, 3rigid, Columba, :avid, Tugdual +; !ny favourite, patronal or local saints ;; , and all your saints: grant by their merits and prayers that at all times we may be defended and helped by your protection 3e pleased, . "od, to bless * this offering, to accept it fully, to make it perfect and worthy to please you, so that it may become for us the *3ody and *3lood of your dearly beloved Son, our (ord &esus Christ $ho, the day before he suffered, took bread into his holy and venerable hands, and with his eyes lifted up to heaven, to you, "od, his almighty Father, giving thanks to you, he *blessed, broke and gave it to his disciples saying:

Take and eat you all of this, for this is my body. (!levation)
In like manner, after he had supped, taking also this chalice into his holy and venerable hands, again giving thanks to you, he *blessed and gave it to his disciples, saying:

Take and drink you all of this for this is the chalice of my blood,
of the new and eternal testament: the mystery of faith: which shall be shed for you and for many for the remission of sins !s often as you shall do these things, you shall do them in memory of me (!levation)

$herefore, (ord, in memory of the blessed passion of the same Christ, your Son, our (ord, of his resurrection from the dead and of his ascension to heavenly glory, we your servants and with all your holy people offer to your sovereign ma2esty, from among your gifts bestowed upon us, a victim *perfect, *holy and *spotless, the holy *bread of everlasting life and the *chalice of everlasting salvation 3e pleased to look upon these offerings with a favourable and gracious countenance% accept them as you were pleased to accept the offerings of your servant !bel the righteous, the sacrifice of our father !braham, and that of #elchisedech, your high priest, a holy sacrifice, a spotless victim $e humbly implore you, almighty "od, that these offerings be carried by the hands of your holy angel to your altar on high, in the sight of your divine ma2esty, that all who are partakers at the altar of the precious *3ody and *3lood of your Son may be filled with all heavenly grace and +*, blessing 9emember also, (ord, your servants and handmaids 7/ and /8 who are gone hence before us, marked with the sign of faith, and sleep the sleep of peace To them, (ord, and to all that rest in Christ grant, we implore you, a place of happiness, light and peace To us also, your servants, who hope in the multitude of your mercies, be pleased to grant some place and fellowship with your holy apostles and martyrs and all your saints $e pray you admit us into their company, not weighing our own merits but bestowing on us your own free pardon Through Christ our (ord

Through him, . (ord, you ever create these good things, and you *hallow, *4uicken and bless * them as gifts for us 3y *him and with *him and in *him are ever given to you, "od the *Father !lmighty, in the unity of the *Holy Spirit all honour and glory for ever and ever !men

The #oly Comm"nion
!s our Saviour taught us, so we pray: !ll: .ur Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy -ingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven "ive us this day our daily bread !nd forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us !nd lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil C: :eliver us, we implore you (ord, from all evils, past, present and to come, and by the intercession of the blessed and glorious #ary, ever virgin, #other of "od, and of your blessed apostles 0eter and 0aul, and of !ndrew and all the saints, mercifully give peace in our days% that through the help of your mercy we may always be free from sin and safe from all troubles Through the same &esus Christ, your Son, our (ord, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one "od, for ever and ever !men

The $raction of the #ost ($rom the towe Missal)
C: They recogni<ed the (ord, !lleluia% In the breaking of the loaf, !lleluia For the loaf that we break is the body of our (ord &esus Christ, !lleluia The cup which we bless is the blood of our (ord &esus Christ, !lleluia For the remission of our sins, !lleluia . (ord, let your mercy come upon us,

!lleluia In you . (ord have I put my trust, !lleluia They recogni<ed the (ord, !lleluia% In the breaking of the loaf, !lleluia C: . (ord, we believe that in this (he brea%s the host) breaking of your body and pouring out of your blood we become your redeemed people% $e confess that in taking the gifts of this pledge here, we lay hold in hope of en2oying its true fruits in the heavenly places (&&& he places the

particle in the chalice) Agn"s 'ei
!ll: (amb of "od, you take away the sins of the world: have mercy on us (amb of "od, you take away the sins of the world: have mercy on us (amb of "od, you take away the sins of the world: grant us peace C: &esus is the (amb of "od who takes away the sins of the world Happy are those who are called to his supper !ll: (ord, I am not worthy to receive you, but only say the word and I shall be healed

The Celebrant receives #oly Comm"nion and says:
He gives heavenly bread to the hungry, and to the thirsty water from the living spring Christ the (ord himself comes, who is !lpha and .mega He shall come again to 2udge us all

Prayer of !levation

Come, you holy ones, receive the body of Christ, drinking the holy blood by which you were redeemed

The acrament is administered with these words:
The 3ody of Christ !men ; The 3lood of Christ !men

Post communion prayer from the Missal may be said
!ll: Father of all we give you thanks and praise that while we were still far off you met us in your Son and brought us home :ying and living he declared your love, gave us grace and opened the gate of glory #ay we who share Christ=s body, live his risen life% we who drink his cup bring life to others% we whom the Spirit lights, give light to the world -eep us firm in the hope you have set before us, so that we and all your children may be free, and the whole earth live to praise your name% through Christ our (ord !men

The $lessing
C: The (ord be with you% !ll: !nd with your spirit C: I bless you, in the name of the *Father, the Son, and the Sacred Spirit, the .ne and the Three #ay "od give you to drink of his cup, the sun shine bright upon you, may the night call down peace, and when you come to his household may the door be open wide for you to go in to your 2oy "o in peace to love and serve the (ord !ll: In the name of Christ !men

An seasonal anthem of ur %ady may be said or sung&

The Liturgy of St Alban
An orthodo( revision of the )onger $orm of the )it"rgy of the )iberal Catholic Ch"rch designed to be "sed with the pre* +atican ,, -oman Missal or the !nglish Missal

T'( I)* CATI )
All stand. Celebrant In the name of the Father and of the ΞSon and of the Holy Spirit 9> !men

A+P(,G(+
Celebrant (C): #ay the (ord * purify me that I may worthily perform his service Thou shalt sprinkle me with hyssop, . (ord, and I shall be clean: Thou shalt wash me and I shall be whiter than snow ; "uide us, . !lmighty Father, in our doings, and from Thy heavenly throne send thy holy angel to be with Thy people who have met together to serve and worship Thee% through Christ our (ord 9> !men

The celebrant faces the altar and begins the #oly !"charist. A)TIP' )
!ll +A., Christ is our foundation: and our chief corner'stone CA)TIC%( C: $e are no more strangers and foreigners:

A but fellow'citi<ens with the saints and of the household of "od% !nd are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets: &esus Christ himself being the chief corner'stone In whom all the building fitly framed together: groweth unto a holy temple in the (ord% In whom ye also are builded together: for an habitation of "od through the Spirit ?6cept the (ord build the house: their labour is but lost that build it The foundation of "od standeth sure, having this seal: let everyone that nameth the name of Christ depart from ini4uity A)TIP' ) Christ is our foundation: and our chief cornerstone

C )FIT( , - All sit or %neel.
. (ord, Thou hast created us to be immortal and made us to be an image of Thine own eternity% yet often we forget the glory of our heritage and wander from the path which leads to righteousness 3ut Thou, . (ord, hast made us for Thyself and our hearts are ever restless till they find their rest in Thee (ook with the eyes of Thy love upon our manifold imperfections and pardon all our shortcomings, that we may be filled with the brightness of the everlasting light and become the unspotted mirror of Thy power and the image of Thy goodness% through Christ our (ord !men T'( A$+ %.TI )

C "od the Father, "od the * Son, "od the Holy Spirit, bless, preserve and sanctify you% the (ord in his loving kindness look down upon you and be gracious unto you% the (ord Ξ absolve you from all your sins and grant you the grace and comfort of the Holy Spirit 9> !men C $ith praise and with prayer shall our temple be built

! To "od alone be the glory
T'( C()+I)G All are seated. The th"rible is bro"ght to the celebrant who p"ts incense into it and blesses it saying: C. 3e thou * blessed by him in whose honour thou shalt be burned The censing of the altar completed/ the celebrant is censed. Thereafter all stand.

C The (ord be with you ! !nd with thy spirit
I)T, IT - (0st variable part 1 ,ntroit of the 'ay from the Missal or this ,ntroit may be "sed)

A *3lessed be the Holy Trinity, the undivided )nity, eternal, immortal, invisible, to whom be honour and glory for ever and ever !men . (ord our "od, how e6cellent is thy name in all the world "lory be to the Father and to the

Son and to the Holy "host !s it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end !men 3lessed be the Holy Trinity, the undivided )nity, eternal, immortal, invisible, to whom be honour and glory for ever and ever !men K/,I(
A -yrie eleison -yrie eleison -yrie eleison Christe eleison Christe eleison Christe eleison -yrie eleison -yrie eleison -yrie eleison

G% ,IA I) (0C(%+I+
All stand. A "lory be to "od on high, and on earth peace, good will towards men $e praise thee, we bless the, we worship thee, we glorify thee, we give thanks to thee for thy great glory, . (ord "od, heavenly -ing, "od the Father !lmighty . (ord, the only'begotten Son &esus Christ . (ord "od, (amb of "od, Son of the Father That takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us Thou that takest away the sins of the world, receive our prayer Thou that sittest at the right hand of "od the Father, have mercy upon us For thou only art holy% thou only art the (ord% thou only, . Christ, with the Holy "host, art most high in the glory of "od the Father !men

C The (ord be with you

!: !nd with thy spirit

C %%(CT+ 1 all sit or %neel C. (et us pray:
!lmighty "od, unto whom all hearts be opened, all desires known and from whom no secrets are hid% cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of Thy Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love Thee, and worthily magnify Thy holy /ame% through Christ our (ord

@nd variable part A The Collect of the 'ay shall here be said. 2ne or more of the following collects may also be said. . (ord Christ, who for her wondrous humility and purity hast e6alted .ur (ady, the holy Theotokos, among the hosts of heaven% grant that we, Thy people, may so follow that, her most noble e6ample, that we may at the latter end be found worthy to serve thee, even as do thy holy angels% thou who livest and reignest in glory for evermore !men !lmighty and everlasting "od, whose precepts are the wisdom of a loving Father: "ive us grace, following the teaching and e6ample of

.ur Holy Father St 3enedict, to walk with loving and willing hearts in the school of the (ordBs service% let thine ears be open unto our prayers% and prosper with thy blessing the work of our hands% through &esus Christ our (ord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one "od, for ever and ever 9> !men
Teach us, . (ord, to see thy life in everything and in all the peoples of thine earth and so guide the nations into the understanding of thy laws that peace and goodwill may reign upon earth% through Christ our (ord 9> !men

(PI+T%(
3rd variable part ' 9eader: The epistle is ta%en from 4............ After which the congregation respond : Thanks be to "od T'( G,AD.A% 5th variable part 1 The Grad"al of the day from the Missal may here be said or the following: C: He that loveth wisdom loveth life: !ll: ''and they that seek her early shall be filled with 2oy Teach me, C (ord, the way of thy statutes: and I shall keep it unto the end "ive me understanding and I shall keep thy law: yea I shall keep it with our whole heart The path of the 2ust is as the shining light: shining more and more unto the perfect

day M.)DA C , M(.M 'eacon : Cleanse my heart and my lips, . "od, who by the hand of thy seraph didst cleanse the lips of the prophet Isaiah with a burning coal from thine altar and in thy lovingkindness so purify me that I may worthily proclaim thy holy gospel% through Christ our (ord 9 > !men C: #ay the (ord be in thy * heart and on thy * lips, that through thy heart the love of "od may shine forth and through thy lips his power be made manifest 9 > !men

6th variable part - T'( G +P(%
': The (ord be with you !: !nd with Thy Spirit

The Holy "ospel according to ;
As soon as the Gospel is anno"nced all ma%e the sign of the cross on the forehead/ lips and breast with the right th"mb whilst saying: "lory be to Thee . (ord

The Gospel being ended all say: 0raise be to Thee . Christ C The (ord be with you
A !nd with thy spirit T'( )IC()( C,((D

I believe in one "od, the Father !lmighty, maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible% !nd in one (ord &esus Christ, the only'begotten Son of "od, begotten of his Father before all worlds, "od of "od, (ight of (ight, very "od of very "od, begotten, not made, being of one substance with the Father% by whom all things were made% who for
us men and for our salvation came down from heaven, and was incarnate by the Holy "host of the 1irgin #ary, and was made man% and was crucified also for us under 0ontius 0ilate% he suffered and was buried% and the third day he rose again according to the Scriptures, and ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of the Father% and he shall come again, with glory, to 2udge both the 4uick and the dead% whose kingdom shall have no end !nd I believe in the Holy "host the (ord, and "iver of (ife, who proceedeth from the Father% who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and glorified% who spake by the 0rophets !nd I believe one holy Catholic and !postolic Church% I acknowledge one 3aptism for the remission of sins% and I look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come !men A sermon may here be preached

FF(,T ,I.M - All are seated. 7th variable part 1 The 2ffertory prayer from the Missal or the following verse:

From the rising up of the sun even unto the going down of the same the (ord=s name shall be magnified% and in every place incense shall be offered unto his name and a pure offering There shall be heard in this place the voice of 2oy and the voice of gladness, the voice of them that shall bring the sacrifice of praise into the house of the (ord

2ffering of the #ost
C: $e adore thee, . "od, who art the source of all life and goodness and with true and thankful hearts we offer unto thee this token of thine own life'giving gifts bestowed upon us, thou who art the * giver of all

Mi(ing of water and wine
!ccording to immemorial custom, we now mi6 water with this wine, praying thee, . (ord, that we may evermore abide in Christ and he in us 2ffering of the Chalice $e offer unto thee, . (ord, this chalice with 2oy and gladness% may the worship which we offer ascend before thy divine ma2esty as a sacrifice, * pure and acceptable in thy sight% through Christ our (ord 9> !men T'( +(C )D C()+I)G The celebrant blesses incense saying: C: 3e thou * blessed by him in whose honour thou shalt be burned

The elements and altar are censed/ then the celebrant is censed/ after which any clergy and people are censed. 8hen the congregation is censed/ all stand. Th"rible is ret"rned to the Celebrant:

C: !s this incense rises before thee, . (ord, so let our prayer be set forth in thy sight (et thy holy angels encompass thy people and breathe forth upon them the spirit of thy blessing #ay the (ord enkindle within us the fire of his love and the flame of everlasting charity %A*A$
I will wash my hands in innocency, . (ord: and so will I go to Thine altar That I may show the voice of thanksgiving: and tell of all Thy wondrous works (ord, I have loved the habitation of Thy house: and the place where Thine honour dwelleth #y foot standeth right: I will praise the (ord in the congregations "lory be to the Father and to the Son: and to the Holy "host !s it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be: world without end ,AT( F,AT,(+

C: 0ray, brethren: that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to "od the Father almighty

! #ay the (ord receive the sacrifice at thy hands and sanctify our lives in his service +Dth variable part ' the celebrant may here say the secret prayer from the Missal.) C: $e lay before Thee, . (ord, these Thy creatures of bread and wine, in * token of our sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving% for here we offer and present unto Thee ourselves, our souls and bodies, to be a holy and continual sacrifice unto Thee, that we, who are very members incorporate in the mystical body of Thy Son, which is the blessed company of all faithful people, may hear that His most 2oyful voice: BCome unto #e, . ye that be blessed of #y Father, and possess the kingdom which is prepared for you from the beginning of the world,B through the same &esus Christ, our (ord, who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Spirit, ever one "od throughout all ages of ages

T'( CA) )
C: The (ord be with you A !nd with thy spirit

+.,+.M C ,DA
C: (ift up your hearts A $e lift them up unto the (ord C: (et us give thanks unto our (ord "od A It is meet and right so to do

P,(FAC(
C: It is very meet, right and our bounden duty, that we should at all times and in all places give thanks unto thee, . (ord, holy Father, almighty everlasting "od

9th variable part 1 A proper preface from the Missal may be "sed or this Common Preface: 4..... Therefore, with !ngels and !rchangels, with Thrones, :ominations, 0rincedoms, 1irtues, 0owers, with Cherubim and Seraphim and with all the company of heaven, we laud and magnify thy glorious name, evermore praising thee and saying: +A)CT.+ A)D $()(DICT.+ 2.I *()IT. Holy, holy, holy, (ord "od of Hosts, heaven and earth are full of thy glory% glory be to thee, . (ord most high * 3lessed is he that cometh in the name of the (ord Hosanna in the highest
T'( P,A/(, F C )+(C,ATI )

C: $herefore, . most loving Father, we Thy servants do pray Thee, through &esus Christ, Thy Son, our (ord, to *receive, to *purify and to *hallow this oblation which we make unto Thee $e desire to offer this holy Sacrifice first for Thy holy catholic Church% that it may please Thee to grant her peace, to watch over her, to bring her to unity and to guide her throughout the world% likewise that it may please Thee to bless and keep all Thy people, to give them increase of grace to bring forth the fruits of the spirit, to guide all nations into unity, peace and concord, and to endue their rulers with wisdom and understanding, especially do we pray for /E and all that are put in authority under him>her $e do also pray for / our 0atriarch, / our 3ishop, (or if the celebrant is himself a bishop he says :me thine "nworthy servant;) for all our bishops, clergy and faithful, and for all here present, whose faith and devotion are known unto Thee $e do also call to mind all who in this transitory life are in trouble, sorrow, need, sickness, or any other adversity, especially , (ikewise do we offer it for all those thy children whom it hath pleased thee to deliver from the burden of the flesh, especially for , that, freed from earthly toil and care, they may en2oy the felicity of thy presence, evermore praising thee in word and deed, . "od everlasting, living and true

In this 2oyful Sacrifice, we are uniting with Thy holy Church throughout the ages $e lift our hearts in adoration to Thee, . "od the Son, who art consubstantial and coeternal with the Father In the mystery of Thy boundless love, Thou didst send forth Thine own divine life into the universe, yet Thou art

unchangeable and ever abiding within Thyself
Through Thine eternal Sacrifice, Thou dost continually uphold all creation, dying in very truth that we may live Thus didst Thou offer Thyself as the (amb slain from the foundation of the world Thou, who art omnipotent and all pervading, resting not by night or day, art ever pouring Thy strength and Thy blessing through Thy Holy .nes, who live but to do Thy will as perfect servants of Thy wondrous power, to whom we ever offer heartfelt love and reverence Thou, . Holy (ord, in Thine ineffable wisdom, ordained for us this 3lessed Sacrament of Thy love, that through it we may not only commemorate in symbol Thine eternal .blation, but verily take part in it% that within the limitations of time and space, we may perpetuate Thine enduring Sacrifice by which the world is nourished and sustained !piclesis $herefore, . holy (ord, Father !lmighty, we pray Thee to look down on and accept these offerings, which we Thy servants and Thy whole household do make unto Thee, in obedience to the command of Thy most blessed Son, our (ord &esus Christ% $hich offerings do Thou, . Father, deign with Thy Holy Spirit and $ord to * bless, *approve and *ratify, that they may become for us His most precious *3ody and *3lood

8ords of ,nstit"tion
$ho the day before he suffered took bread into his holy and venerable hands and, with his eyes lifted up to heaven unto

thee, "od, his almighty Father, giving thanks to thee, he * blessed, brake and gave it to his disciples, saying: T!-? !/: ?!T 5? !(( .F THIS, F.9 THIS IS ! "#$!

!levation In like manner, after he had supped, taking also this noble
chalice into his holy and venerable hands, again giving thanks to thee, he * blessed it and gave it to his disciples, saying: T!-? !/: :9I/- 5? !(( .F THIS, F.9 THIS IS ! "L##$

!S .FT !S 5? SH!(( :. TH?S? THI/"S, 5? SH!(( :. TH?# I/ 9?#?#39!/C? .F #? !levation C: $herefore, . (ord and heavenly Father, we Thy humble servants, bearing in mind the ineffable sacrifice of Thy Son, the mystery of His wondrous incarnation, His blessed passion, His mighty resurrection, and His triumphant ascension, do here make before Thy :ivine #a2esty the memorial which our (ord hath willed us to make, and we do offer unto Thee this, the most precious gift which Thou hast bestowed upon us: this * pure Host, this * holy Host, this * glorious Host, the

* holy 3read of life everlasting, and the *Chalice of eternal salvation

This do we present before Thee in token of our love and of the perfect devotion and sacrifice of our minds and hearts to Thee% and we pray that Thou wouldst command Thy holy !ngel to bear our oblation to Thine altar on high, there to be offered by Him who, as the eternal High 0riest, for ever offers Himself as the eternal Sacrifice
!nd as He hath ordained that the heavenly Sacrifice shall be mirrored here on earth through the ministry of mortal men, to the end that Thy holy people may be knit more closely into fellowship with Thee, we do pray for Thy servant+s, who minister+s, at this altar, that, meetly celebrating the mysteries of the most holy * 3ody and * 3lood of Thy Son, he +they, may be filled with Thy mighty power and * blessing (ikewise we pray Thee to sanctify Thy people here present with these Thy heavenly gifts, and through these mysteries do Thou * hallow, *uicken and * bless them, that both in their hearts and in their lives they may show forth Thy praise and glorify Thy holy /ame !ll these things do we ask, . Father, in the name and through the mediation of thy most blessed Son, for we acknowledge and confess with our hearts and lips that * by him were all things made, yea, all things both in heaven and earth, * with him as the indwelling life do all things e6ist and * in him as

the transcendent glory all things live and move and have their being: To whom with thee, . mighty * Father, in the unity of the Holy * Spirit, be ascribed all honour and glory, throughout the ages of ages 9> !men The priest t"rns to the people with the chalice and the host forming a cross with his arms and prays: Holy things for holy people .ne is holy, one is the (ord, &esus Christ to the glory of "od the Father, now and unto ages of ages !men Instructed by the words of sacred scripture and following the tradition of holy church from of old we now say: %AT&' (#ST&' ; .ur Father etc ;

T'( C MM(M ,ATI ) F T'( +AI)T+
C: Here do we give unto thee, . (ord, most high praise and heartfelt thanks for the wonderful grace and virtue declared in .ur (ady, the Holy Theotokos, in our Holy Father St 3enedict Fin St ; (saint of the day or patron of the oratory)G and in all thy glorious saints from the beginning of the world who have been the choice vessels of thy grace and a shining light unto many generations !nd we * 2oin with them in worship before thy great white throne, whence flow all love and light and blessing through all the worlds which thou hast made

. Son of "od, who showest thyself this day upon a thousand altars and yet art one and

indivisible, in token of thy great sacrifice we break this thy 3ody, praying that by this action, ordained from of old, thy * strength, thy * peace and thy * blessing, which thou dost give us in this holy sacrament, may be spread abroad upon thy world% and as thou, . (ord Christ, wast made known to thy disciples in the breaking of bread, so may thy many children know themselves to be one in thee, even as thou art one with the Father 9> !men
T'( +A%.TATI ) F P(AC( C: The peace of the (ord be always with you always

!: !nd with thy spirit AG).+ D(I
!ll: (amb of "od that takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us (amb of "od that takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us (amb of "od that takest away the sins of the world, grant us Thy peace C: 3ehold the (amb of "od, behold him who takes away the sins of the world 3lessed are those called to the supper of the (amb

!: (ord I am not worthy that thou shouldest enter under my roof but only say the word and my soul shall be healed

C: . thou who in this adorable sacrament hast left us a living memorial and pledge of thy marvellous love for mankind and dost therein graciously draw us into wondrous and mystic communion with thee, grant us so to receive the sacred mysteries of thy 3ody and 3lood that our souls may be lifted into the immensity of thy love and that, being filled with a high endeavour, we may ever be mindful of thine indwelling presence and breathe forth the fragrance of a holy life 9> !men The priest here ma%es his comm"nion along with any concelebrants C: *5e that desire to partake of the body of the (ord, draw nigh and receive this most holy sacrament C: The 3ody 7and 3lood8 of our (ord Christ keep thee unto
life eternal

The Comm"nion #ymn 1 from the )it"rgy of

t <ames
(et all mortal flesh keep silence, !nd with fear and trembling stand% 0onder nothing earthly minded, For with blessing in His hand, Christ our "od to earth descendeth, .ur full homage to demand -ing of kings, yet born of #ary, !s of old on earth He stood, (ord of lords, in human vesture, In the body and the blood% He will give to all the faithful His own self for heavenly food

9ank on rank the host of heaven
Spreads its vanguard on the way, !s the (ight of light descendeth From the realms of endless day, That the powers of hell may vanish !s the darkness clears away

!t His feet the si6 wingHd seraph,
Cherubim with sleepless eye, 1eil their faces to the presence, !s with ceaseless voice they cry: !lleluia, !lleluia !lleluia, (ord #ost HighI

Jth variable part A The post*comm"nion entences from the Missal and=or

C: )nder the veil of earthly things now have we communion with our (ord &esus Christ% soon with open face shall we behold him and, re2oicing in his glory, be made like unto him Then shall his true disciples be brought by him with e6ceeding 2oy before the presence of his Father=s glory A !men 3lessing and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving and honour and power and might be unto our "od for ever and ever !men C: (et us pray KCth variable part A the post*comm"nion collect from the missal and=or:

!: $e who have been refreshed with thy heavenly gifts do pray thee . (ord, that thy grace may so grafted inwardly in our hearts, that it may continually be made manifest in our lives Through Christ our (ord 9 > !men C: The (ord be with you
!: !nd with thy spirit :: Ite missa est !: :eo gratias

T'( $()(DICTI )
C The peace of "od, which passeth all understanding, keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of "od and of his Son, Christ our (ord% and the blessing of "od almighty,

the *Father, Ξ the Son and the * Holy Spirit, be amongst you and remain with you always 9> !men The alve -egina/ Angel"s or another anthem of 2"r )ady follows. !uthorised for the use of the Holy Celtic Church L the Holy Cross 3enedictines of !doration Feast of !ll Saints, @CK@

The Liturgy of St )eorge
! traditional !nglo'Catholic (iturgy, being a compilation of the (iturgy of St "regory and the !nglican 3ook of Common 0rayer, to be used with propers from the ?nglish #issal 0icture Icon of St "eorge !bove: St "eorgeBs Chapel, $indsor The 0riest stands at the !ltar and says the opening devotions 0: In the name of the Father, and of the * Son, and of the Holy "host !men 0: I will go unto the altar of "od #: ?ven unto the "od of my 2oy and gladness 0: .ur help is in the name of the (ord #: $ho hath made heaven and earth 0: !lmighty "od, unto whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hid% cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of thy Holy "host, that we may perfectly love thee, and worthily magnify thy Holy /ame% through Christ our (ord !men Hear what our (ord &esus Christ saith Thou shalt love the (ord thy "od with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind This is the first and great commandment !nd the second is like unto it% Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself .n these two commandments hang all the (aw and the 0rophets Confession and !bsolution 0 5e who do truly and earnestly repent you of your sins, and are in love and charity with your neighbors, and intend to lead a new life, following the commandments of "od, and walking from henceforth in his holy ways% :raw near with faith, and take this holy Sacrament to your comfort% and make your humble confession to !lmighty "od, meekly kneeling upon your knees 9 !(#I"HT5 ".:, Father of our (ord &esus Christ, maker of all things, 2udge of all men% $e acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness, which we from time to time most grievously have committed, 3y thought, word, and deed, against thy :ivine #a2esty, 0rovoking most 2ustly thy wrath and indignation against us $e do earnestly repent, and are heartily sorry for these our misdoings% The remembrance of them is grievous unto us% the burden of them is intolerable Have mercy upon us, have mercy upon us, most merciful Father% For thy Son our (ord &esus ChristBs sake, forgive us all that is past and grant that we may ever hereafter serve and please thee in newness of life To the honour and glory of thy /ame% through &esus Christ our (ord !men

0 !lmighty "od, our heavenly Father, who of His great mercy hath promised forgiveness of sins to all those who with hearty repentance and true faith turn unto him% have mercy upon you% * pardon and deliver you from all your sins% confirm and strengthen you in all goodness% and bring you to everlasting life% through &esus Christ our (ord !men First Censing The priest blesses the incense saying secretly : #ayest thou be * blessed by him in whose honour thou shalt be burnt The Introit +from the ?nglish #issal, is said Then shall be said or sung, the -yrie (ord, have mercy upon us +-yrie, eleison, (ord, have mercy upon us +-yrie, eleison, (ord, have mercy upon us +-yrie, eleison, Christ, have mercy upon us +Christe, eleison, Christ, have mercy upon us +Christe, eleison, Christ, have mercy upon us +Christe, eleison, (ord, have mercy upon us +-yrie, eleison, (ord, have mercy upon us +-yrie, eleison, (ord, have mercy upon us +-yrie, eleison, "loria in ?6celsis The people standing in their places, all the people and ministers turn to the !ltar and bow, and then shall the 0riest say: 0 "(.95 3? T. ".: ./ HI"H, 9 and on earth peace, good will towards men $e praise thee, we bless thee, we +bow, worship thee, we +rise, glorify thee, we give thanks to thee for thy great glory, . (ord "od, heavenly -ing, "od the Father !lmighty . (ord, the only'begotten Son, &esus Christ% . (ord "od, (amb of "od, Son of the Father, that takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us Thou that takest away the sins of the world, +bow, receive our prayer +rise, Thou that sittest at the right hand of "od the Father, have mercy upon us For thou only art holy% thou only art the (ord% thou only, . +&esus, Christ, with the Holy "host, art most high in the "lory of "od the Father !men +The "loria is omitted during !dvent and (ent, and at /uptial and 9e4uiem #asses , !fter the "loria, signing himself, the 0riest turns to the people raising his arms a little, then says with 2oined hands: 0 The (ord be with you 9 !nd with thy spirit 0 (et us pray

Collect Then the priest shall read the appropriate Collect+s, for the day, at the end of which is said; world without end 9 !men ?pistle 9 Thanks be to "od "radual The priest or deacon prays to worthily proclaim the "ospel, incense is set, and the "ospel censed after the salutation 0 The (ord be with you 9 !nd with thy spirit 0 The continuation of the Holy "ospel according to / The :eacon then proceeds through the midst of the Muire, carrying the Te6t solemnly in his left hand, led by a Crucifer, to the middle of the /ave The 0eople standing, turn to face the "ospel 3ook, acknowledge the Cross, then sign themselves on the forehead, lips and breast with their thumb 9 "lory be to thee, . (ord Holy "ospel 9 0raise be to thee, . Christ ! sermon may be given here or at any other place, at the discretion of the priest /icene Creed 0 I 3?(I?1? I/ ./? ".: 9 the Father !lmighty, maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible: !nd in one (ord +bow, &esus Christ, +rise, the only begotten Son of "od% begotten of his Father before all worlds% "od of "od% (ight of (ight% very "od of very "od% begotten, not made% being of one substance with the Father, by whom all things were made $ho for us men and for our salvation, came down from heaven, +kneel, and was incarnate by the Holy "host of the virgin #ary, and was made man: +rise, !nd was crucified also for us under 0ontius 0ilate, he suffered and was buried: and the third day he rose again according to the scriptures: and ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of the Father: and he shall come again, with glory, to 2udge both the 4uick and the dead% whose kingdom shall have no end !nd I believe in the Holy "host, the (ord and giver of life, who proceedeth from the Father% who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and glorified% who spake by the prophets: and I believe .ne Holy Catholic and !postolic Church: acknowledge one 3aptism for the remission of sins: !nd I look for the 9esurrection of the dead: and the life * of the world to come !men /.T?: The Creed is said on all Sundays and "reater feasts, but is omitted at /uptial and 9e4uiem #asses .ffertory Then he kisses the !ltar, and turning to the people says: 1 The (ord be with you

9 !nd with thy spirit Then he says (et us pray and the .ffertory words from the ?nglish #issal $hich having been said, if the #ass be solemn, the :eacon or Server presents the 0aten with the Host to the celebrant: if it be private, the 0riest himself takes the 0aten with the Host, which he offers, saying: 9eceive, . holy Father, almighty everlasting "od, this spotless host, which I, thine unworthy servant, offer unto thee, my living and true "od, for my numberless sins, offenses and negligences% and for all who stand here around, as also for all faithful Christians, both living and departed, that to me and to them it may avail for salvation unto life everlasting !men Then making a cross with the same 0aten, he places the Host upon the Corporal The :eacon ministers the wine, the Subdeacon the water in the Chalice: or if it be a private #ass, the 0riest pours in both, and blesses with the sign of the Cross the water to be mi6ed in the Chalice saying: . "od, who didst wondrously create, and yet more wondrously renew the dignity of human nature: grant that by the mystery of this water and wine we may be made co'heirs of his divinity, who vouchsafed to be made partaker of our humanity, even &esus Christ thy Son our (ord: $ho liveth and reigneth with thee in the unity of the Holy "host, one "od: world without end !men Then he receives the Chalice, and offers it, saying: $e offer unto thee, . (ord, the cup of salvation, humbly beseeching thy mercy: that in the sight of thy divine ma2esty it may ascend as a sweet'smelling savours for our salvation, and for that of the whole world !men Then he makes the sign of the cross with the Chalice and places it upon the Corporal, and covers it with the 0all: then with hands 2oined upon the !ltar, bowing slightly, 09I?ST !/: 0?.0(? say: In a humble spirit, and with a contrite heart, may we be accepted of thee, . (ord: and so let our sacrifice be offered in thy sight this day, that it may be pleasing unto thee, . (ord "od Standing erect, he e6tends his hands, raises them and 2oins them, and lifting his eyes to heaven and straightway lowering them, says: Come, . thou Fount of holiness, almighty, eternal "od: he blesses the oblations, proceeding: and bl*ess this sacrifice, made ready for thy holy name @nd Censing Then, if he is celebrating solemnly, he blesses incense, saying: Through the intercession of blessed #ichael the !rchangel standing at the right hand of the altar of incense, and of all his elect, may the (ord vouchsafe to bl*ess this incense, and to receive it for a sweet smelling savor Through Christ our (ord !men

!nd receiving the thurible from the :eacon or Server, he censes the .blations, in the manner prescribed in the general 9ubrics, saying: #ay this incense, which thou hast blessed, ascend unto thee, . (ord, and may thy mercy descend upon us Then he censes the !ltar saying: 0s KNC, K'O (et my prayer, . (ord, be set forth in thy sight as the incense: and let the lifting up of my hands be an evening sacrifice Set a watch, . (ord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips: . let not mine heart be inclined to any evil thing, let me not be occupied in ungodly works $hile he returns the thurible to the :eacon or Server, he says: The (ord kindle in us the fire of his love, and the flame of eternal charity !men Then the 0riest is censed by the :eacon or Server, and afterwards the others in order #eanwhile the 0riest washes his hands, saying: (ord wash away mine in4uity and cleanse me from my sins Then bowing slightly in the middle of the !ltar, with hands 2oined upon it, he says: 9eceive, . holy Trinity, this oblation which we offer unto thee in memory of the passion, resurrection, and ascension of our (ord &esus Christ: and to the honor of blessed #ary ever 1irgin, of blessed &ohn 3aptist, of the holy !postles 0eter and 0aul, of these and of all the Saints, that it may avail for their honour, and for our salvation: and may they vouchsafe to intercede for us in heaven, whose memory we keep on earth Through the same Christ our (ord !men Then he kisses the !ltar, and turning to the people, he e6tends and 2oins his hands, and says, raising his voice a little: 0 0ray brethren, that this my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to "od the Father almighty 9 #ay the (ord receive this sacrifice at thy hands, to the praise and glory of his name, both to our benefit, and that of all his holy Church Here the Secret prayer may be said from the ?nglish #issal Sursum Corda 0 The (ord be with you 9 !nd with thy Spirit 0 (ift up your hearts 9 $e lift them up unto the (ord 0 (et us give thanks unto our (ord "od 9 It is meet and right so to do 0 It is very meet, right, and our bounden duty that we should at all times, and in all places, give thanks unto thee, . (ord, Holy Father, !lmighty, ?verlasting "od 0roper 0reface

+Here shall follow the proper preface, if there be one, from the ?nglish #issal , Therefore with !ngels and !rchangels, and with all the company of heaven, we laud and magnify thy glorious name% evermore praising thee, and saying, Sanctus 0riest and 0eople: Holy, Holy, Holy, (ord "od of hosts, Heaven and earth are full of thy glory: "lory be to thee, . (ord #ost High 3lessed is he that cometh in the name of the (ord Hosannah in the highest C!/./ .F TH? #!SS #ost merciful Father, we humbly pray thee through &esus Christ thy Son our (ord, and we ask He kisses the !ltar and, with both hands 2oined before his breast, says: that thou accept and bless He signs thrice over the Host and Chalice together, saying: These * gifts, these * presents, these * holy and unspoiled sacrifices $ith e6tended hands he proceeds: $e offer them unto thee, first, for thy holy Catholic Church: that thou vouchsafe to keep it in peace, to guard, unite, and govern it throughout the whole world: together with thy servant / our bishop, our Synod of 3ishops and all the faithful guardians of the orthodo6, Catholic and apostolic faith Commemoration of the (iving 9emember, . (ord, thy servants and handmaids / and / He 2oins his hands and prays awhile for those for whom he intends to pray: then with e6tended hands proceeds: and all who here around us stand, whose faith is known unto thee and their steadfastness manifest, on whose behalf we offer unto thee: or who themselves offer unto thee this sacrifice of praise, for themselves, and for all who are theirs% for the redemption of their souls, for hope of their salvation and safety% and who offer their prayers unto thee, the eternal "od, the living and the true )nited in one communion, we venerate the memory, first, of the glorious ever 1irgin #ary, #other of our "od and (ord &esus Christ: and thy blessed !postles and #artyrs, 0eter and 0aul, !ndrew, &ames, &ohn, Thomas, &ames, 0hilip, 3artholomew, #atthew, Simon and Thaddeus: (inus, Cletus, Clement, Pystus, Cornelius, Cyprian, (awrence, Chrysogonus, &ohn and 0aul, Cosmas and :amian, / ; : and of all thy Saints% grant that by their merits and prayers we may in all things be defended with the help of thy protection He 2oins his hands Through the same Christ our (ord !men $e beseech thee then, . (ord, graciously to accept this oblation from us thy servants, and from thy whole family: order our days in thy peace, and bid us to be delivered from eternal damnation, and to be numbered in the fold of thine elect He 2oins his hands Through the same Christ our (ord !men 1ouchsafe, . "od, we beseech thee, in all things He signs thrice over the .blations, to make this oblation bles*sed, appro*ved and ac*cepted, a perfect and worthy offering: He signs once over the Host that it may become for us the 3o*dy and once over the Chalice and 3lo*od of thy dearly beloved Son, He 2oins his hands, our (ord &esus Christ

H?9? TH? ?0ISC.0!( ?0IC(?SIS L $.9:S .F I/STIT)TI./ Holding his hands spread out over the .blations, he says: Holy Father, !lmighty and eternal "od send forth your Holy Spirit like the holy dew upon these gifts that they may become the 3ody and 3lood of our (ord &esus Christ, who the day before he suffered, He takes the Host, took bread into his holy and venerable hands, He lifts up his eyes to heaven, and with eyes lifted up to heaven unto thee, "od, his almighty Father, He bows his head, giving thanks to thee, He signs over the Host, He bles*sed, brake and gave it to his disciples, saying: Take, and eat ye all of this For this is my 3ody The bell is rung thrice for the elevation of the host (ikewise after supper, +he takes the Chalice in both hands,, taking also this goodly chalice into His holy and venerable hands, again +he bows his head,, giving thanks to Thee, +holding the chalice in his left hand, he signs over it with his right,, He bles*sed, and gave it to His disciples, saying: Take and drink ye all of it For this is the Chalice of my 3lood, of the new and eternal testament: the mystery of faith: which shall be shed for you and for many for the remission of sins !s oft as ye shall do these things, ye shall do them in remembrance of me The bell is rung thrice for the elevation of the chalice 1ouchsafe to look upon them with a merciful and pleasant countenance: and to accept them, even as thou didst vouchsafe to accept the gifts of thy servant !bel the 9ighteous, and the sacrifice of our 0atriarch !braham: and the holy sacrifice, the immaculate victim, which thy high priest #elchisedech offered unto thee $e humbly beseech thee, almighty "od: command these offerings to be brought by the hands of thy holy !ngel to thine altar on high, in sight of thy divine ma2esty: that all we He kisses the !ltar, who at this partaking of the altar shall receive the most sacred He 2oins his hands and signs once over the Host, and once over the Chalice, 3o*dy and 3lo*od of thy Son, He signs himself, saying: may be fulfillled with all heavenly benediction and grace He 2oins his hands Through the same Christ our (ord !men Commemoration for the :eparted 9emember also, . (ord, thy servants / and / , who have gone before us sealed with the seal of faith, and who sleep the sleep of peace He 2oins his hands and prays awhile for those departed for whom he intends to pray, then with e6tended hands proceeds: To them, . (ord, and to all that rest in Christ, we beseech thee to grant the abode of refreshing, of light, and of peace He 2oins his hands, and bows his head, saying: Through the same Christ our (ord !men He strikes his breast with his right hand, saying in a slightly louder voice: To us sinners also, $ith hands e6tended as before, he proceeds secretly: thy servants, who hope in the multitude of thy mercies, vouchsafe to grant some part and fellowship with thy holy !postles and #artyrs: with &ohn, Stephen, #atthias, 3arnabas, Ignatius, !le6ander, #arcellinus, 0eter, Felicitas, 0erpetua, !gatha, (ucy, !gnes, Cecilia, !nastasia, / ; and with all thy saints: within whose fellowship, we beseech Thee, admit us,

not weighing our merit, but granting us forgiveness He 2oins his hands Through Christ our (ord Through whom, . (ord, thou dost ever create all these good things, He signs thrice over the Host and Chalice together, saying: dost sanc*tify, 4uick*en, ble*ss, and bestow them upon us Through * him, and with * him, and in * him, He signs twice with the Host itself between himself and the Chalice, saying: "od the Father * almighty, in the unity of the Holy * "host, ?levating the Chalice a little with the Host, he says: all honor and glory are thine Throughout all ages, world without end 9 !men TH? 09I?ST T)9/S T. TH? 0?.0(? $ITH TH? CH!(IC? !/: TH? H.ST F.9#I/" ! C9.SS $ITH HIS !9#S !/: 09!5S H.(5 THI/"S F.9 H.(5 0?.0(?, ./? IS H.(5, ./? IS TH? (.9:, &?S)S CH9IST T. TH? "(.95 .F ".: TH? F!TH?9 /.$ !/: )/T. !"?S .F !"?S 0 (et us pray !nd now as our Saviour Christ hath taught us, we are bold to say, 9 .ur Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name Thy kingdom come Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven "ive us this day our daily bread !nd forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us !nd lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil +For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever , !men Then he takes the 0aten between the fore and middle fingers of his right hand, and holding it upright upon the !ltar says secretly: :eliver us, . (ord, we beseech thee, from all evils, past, present, and to come: and at the intercession of the blessed and glorious ever 1irgin #ary, #other of "od, with thy blessed !postles 0eter and 0aul, and with !ndrew, and all the Saints, He signs himself with the 0aten from forehead to breast, favourably grant peace in our days: He kisses the 0aten, that by the help of thine availing mercy we may ever both be free from sin and safe from all distress He puts the 0aten under the Host, uncovers the Chalice, genuflects, rises, takes the Host, and holding it with both hands over the Chalice, breaks it in the middle, saying: Through the same &esus Christ thy Son our (ord He places the half which he holds in his right hand on the 0aten Then from the part which remains in his left hand, he breaks a particle saying: $ho liveth and reigneth with thee in the unity of the Holy "host, "od He 2oins the other half, which he holds in his left hand, to the half laid upon the 0aten, and retaining the small particle in his right hand over the Chalice, which he holds with his left by the knob below the cup, he says in an audible voice or sings: Throughout all ages, world without end 9 !men $ith the particle itself he signs thrice over the Chalice saying:

1 The peace * of the (ord be * always with * you 9 !nd with thy spirit He puts the particle into the Chalice, saying secretly: #ay this mingling and hallowing of the 3ody and 3lood of our (ord &esus Christ avail us who receive it unto everlasting life !men !gnus :ei 9 . (amb of "od, that takest away the sins of the world: Have mercy upon us . (amb of "od, that takest away the sins of the world: Have mercy upon us . (amb of "od, that takest away the sins of the world: "rant us thy peace +In #asses for the :ead, instead of Have mercy upon us, the following is said or sung:, grant them rest, grant them rest, grant them rest eternal Then is said: The 0rayer of Humble !ccess 9 $e do not presume to come to this thy Table, . merciful (ord, trusting in our own righteousness, but in thy manifold and great mercies $e are not worthy so much as to gather up the crumbs under thy Table 3ut thou art the same (ord, whose property is always to have mercy: grant us therefore, gracious (ord, so to eat the flesh of thy dear Son &esus Christ, and to drink his blood, that our sinful bodies may be made clean by his body, and our souls washed through his most precious blood, and that we may evermore dwell in him, and he in us !men The priest makes his own Communion The bells may ring three times signaling the people to come forward for Communion Turning to the faithful, the priest says: 0 3ehold the (amb of "od% behold him that takest away the sins of the world !ll (ord, I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof, but speak the word only and my soul shall be healed Holy Communion /.T?: The priest makes his communion, then communicates the people with the following words: +For the Host , The 3ody of our (ord &esus Christ, which is given for thee, preserve thy body and soul unto everlasting life Take and eat this in remembrance that Christ died for thee, and feed on him in thy heart by faith, with thanksgiving 9: !men +For the Chalice , The 3lood of our (ord &esus Christ which was shed for thee, preserve thy body and soul unto everlasting life :rink this in remembrance that ChristBs blood was shed for thee, and be thankful

+If the 3ody and 3lood are administered together , The 3ody and 3lood of our (ord &esus Christ, which was given and shed for thee, etc !fter communion, the priest or deacon performs the !blutions, cleansing the sacred vessels 0rayer of Thanksgiving 0 (et us pray 9 !(#I"HT5 and ever living "od, we most heartily thank thee, for that thou dost vouchsafe to feed us who have duly received these holy mysteries, with the spiritual food of the most precious 3ody and 3lood of thy Son our Saviour &esus Christ% and dost assure us thereby of thy favor and goodness towards us% and that we are very members incorporate in the mystical body of thy Son, which is the blessed company of all faithful people% and are also heirs through hope of thy everlasting kingdom, by the merits of his most precious death and passion !nd we humbly beseech thee, . heavenly Father, so to assist us with thy grace, that we may continue in that holy fellowship, and do all such good works as thou hast prepared for us to walk in% through &esus Christ our (ord, to whom, with thee and the Holy "host, be all honor and glory, world without end !men 0 The (ord be with you 9 !nd with thy spirit 0 (et us pray Then may be said, or sung, the 0ost'Communion 1erse and Collect that are appointed for the day, ending with;world without end !men :ismissal 0 The (ord be with you 9 !nd with thy spirit 0 :epart in peace +In penitential seasons may be said:, 0 (et us bless the (ord 9 Thanks be to "od +!t 9e4uiem #asses is said:, 0 #ay they rest in peace 9 !men 3lessing 0 The 0eace of "od, which passeth all understanding, keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of "od, and of his Son, &esus Christ our (ord: and the 3lessing of "od !lmighty, the Father, the * Son, and the Holy "host, be amongst you, and remain with you always !men !n anthem of .ur (ady suitable to the season shall be sung