5 edition of A collection of private devotions in the practice of the ancient church, called the Houres of prayer found in the catalog.
Attributed to John Cosin by STC (2nd ed.) and NUC pre-1956 imprintsSignatures: Ap1s2 ap2s B-Up1s2 Xp9sNumerous errors in pagingReproduction of original Bodleian LibraryIncludes bibliographical referencesSTC (2nd ed.) 5816.2Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1983. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1774:3)s 1983 miu n
|Statement||Printed by R. Young|
|Publishers||Printed by R. Young|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|2||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1774:3|
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Caswall in his Lyra Catholica, 1849, p. Samuel Johnson, A Dictionary of the English Language, vol. Known as 'Common Worship', the material is a mixture of old and new that offers much for the collective worship and life of the Church. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. It is from Cosin's book that the revisers adopted the Ember Day and Rogation prayers and, most important of all, the well-known paraphrase of Veni Creator, "Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire.
Turn INWARD- Place your hand on your heart and pray that all that you do this day will be true to the Spirit of God, the Spirit of Christ, the Holy Spirit who dwells within you. In some cases popular devotions are based on private revelations rather than public Revelation.which, in turn, was influenced by the Jewish practice of praying thrice daily found in thespecifically inwhich suggests "evening and morning and at noon", andin which the prophet prays thrice a day.
It is not known what form of the Divine Office was used when on October 27, 1848, the First Vespers of the Feast of Saint Simon and Saint Jude were sung in a rented house in George Street, Moricetown, Devonport, by and the three or four other women who on that day and on that occasion were constituted "The Church of England Society of Sisters of Mercy of Devonport and Plymouth.
: University Microfilms International, 1983. Quite recently the Society of Saint Margaret has produced a Supplement to the Breviary Offices for its own use.
After our Founder was taken to rest, we were urged to publish the Matin offices he had given us; and we did so, filling up the blanks left by him with insertions from the same book from which he had translated as, for instance, the lessons of the third nocturn, which he had been wont to turn into English extempore, when saying the office. "The Bath as a Religious Rite among Mohammedans".
Please contact about information on this page. version in the Supplement as above, circa 1700 3rd ed. Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest, And visit every faithful breast.
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This translation was given anonymously in the Parish Hymn Book, 1863, No. From Grace Church, Newark, USA. 40 Second Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation Dei Verbumno.
; the altering of other Jewish customs is demanded in the context.
Prayer must not be selfish.
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