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The official service book of the Church of England, compiled by Thomas Cranmer and others, first issued in 1549, and largely unchanged since the revision of 1662.See also Alternative Service Book
- ‘As expressed in the catechism in the Book of Common Prayer, the mission of the church is made explicit as the body of Christ.’
- ‘But I came to value the Book of Common Prayer.’
- ‘The Church of England adopted The Book of Common Prayer compiled by Thomas Cranmer.’
- ‘Finally, please do not ignore the ‘Baptismal Covenant’ in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.’
- ‘An amended version of the Book of Common Prayer was approved by the Church of England.’
- ‘The Book of Common Prayer pronounces a man and a woman ‘man and wife’.’
- ‘That is the question the man is asked in the traditional wedding service according to The Book of Common Prayer.’
- ‘The unbinding of the Book of Common Prayer means the revision of, or perhaps the recreation of, our liturgical practices under the light of the spirit.’
- ‘The event also saw the launch of a new Book of Common Prayer, containing services in traditional and modern language.’
- ‘In the Catechism of the Book of Common Prayer the link between baptism and ministry is succinct and clear.’
- ‘The first printing press was established in Ireland by Humfrey Powell in 1550, who published The Book of Common Prayer in Dublin.’
- ‘The four daily services are based very closely on The Book of Common Prayer, with psalms and canticles wisely chosen from the breadth of the whole tradition.’
- ‘In the Episcopal Church's Book of Common Prayer the former is referred to as the ‘declaration of consent’.’
- ‘Yet sometimes, late at night, I reach for the Book of Common Prayer on the shelf by my bed.’
- ‘Compared with the Book of Common Prayer, modern prayer books in the Anglican Communion are grossly overweight.’
- ‘I just got a copy of the Book of Divine Worship, the official adaptation for the Book of Common Prayer for Catholic use.’
- ‘Being the fifth Sunday of the month, there will be a ‘new’ Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer in All Saints Church, Ballinakill, on Sunday, October 31.’
- ‘The questions he poses are the last two questions of the baptismal covenant in the Book of Common Prayer.’
- ‘The service consists of Morning Prayer from the Church of England's 1662 Book of Common Prayer.’
- ‘Most famous of all is the Book of Common Prayer, which has long been in use in the Church of England.’
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