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DAILY PRAYER FOR ALL SAINTS
At both Morning and Evening Prayer, the Litany continues
Let us now commend ourselves, and all for whom we pray, to the mercy and protection of God.
In the morning
O Lord, open my lips. And my mouth shall proclaim your praise.
Free intercessions may be offered.
Rejoicing with Mary and all the saints, let us entrust ourselves, and one another, and all our lives to Christ: To you, O Christ our God. Almighty God, you have gathered your people into one communion in the mystical body of your Son. Together with the saints, may we know the joys you have prepared for all who love you, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. ALTERNATIVE DISMISSAL Let us bless the Lord. Thanks be to God.
In the evening
O God, come to our assistance. O Lord, hasten to help us. Glory to the holy and life-giving Trinity, One God: as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen. Alleluia! Alleluia! ANTIPHON ON THE MORNING PSALM The Lord is glorious in the saints: * O come, let us worship.
After Psalm 100, this prayer may be said.
Mighty God, by your power you created us and by your grace chose us to be your own people. Accept the offering of our worship, that every race and nation may enter your courts, praising you in song; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
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This insert is formatted to fit into Book of Common Worship Daily Prayer (© 1993 Westminster John Knox Press). It provides supplemental antiphons, responses to the reading(s) and a litany (as an alternative to the “Prayers for Intercession and Thanksgiving” on pages 33-37) for Morning Prayer. Additional inserts will be published for seasons of the church year.
A response may follow the reading(s) at Morning and Evening Prayer.
The righteous will rejoice in the Lord, and all who are true of heart will glory. The righteous will rejoice in the Lord, and all who are true of heart will glory. Everyone will stand in awe and declare God's deeds: and all who are true of heart will glory. Glory to the holy and life-giving Trinity, One God! The righteous will rejoice in the Lord, and all who are true of heart will glory. ANTIPHON ON THE BENEDICTUS (MORNING PRAYER) Rejoice and be glad, O saints of God, * for great is your reward in heaven.
With the apostles and evangelists, We praise and bless you, Lord. With the holy martyrs of God, We praise and bless you, Lord. With all the saints, We praise and bless you, Lord.
At Morning Prayer
That this day will be holy, good, and joyful: Lord, hear our prayer. That you will keep us this day free from sin: Lord, hear our prayer. That we may love each other as you have loved us: Lord, hear our prayer. That the church throughout the world may seek justice and peace according to your command: Lord, hear our prayer. That those who are in need may find help, mercy, and comfort: Lord, hear our prayer.
The Beatitudes (page 157) may be said with this antiphon as an alternative to the Canticle of Zechariah.
ANTIPHON ON THE MAGNIFICAT (EVENING PRAYER) Blessed are you among women, O Mary, * and blessed are you among the saints. ALTERNATIVE LITANY FOR THE PRAYERS God the Creator: Have mercy on us. God the Son: Have mercy on us. God the Spirit: Have mercy on us.
At Evening Prayer
For the peace from on high and for our salvation: Lord, hear our prayer. For the unity of your church: Lord, hear our prayer. For the healing of the nations: Lord, hear our prayer. For all who are hungry, sick, troubled, and alone: Lord, hear our prayer.