HE MOST IMPORTANT prelude to the appearance in of the first Book of Common Prayer, in addition to the repudiation of papal jurisdiction and the. The Book of common prayer, : commonly called the First book of Edward VI: to which is added the Ordinal of , and the Order of Holy. Cranmer's Book of Common Prayer A group of bishops and divines met first at Chertsey and then at Windsor in , drawn from.
1552 Book of Common Prayer celebration of the Holy Communion with commentary following
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The words at the administration of Communion which, in the prayer book of described the Eucharistic species as 'The body of our Lorde Jesus Christe Cranmer's work of simplification and revision was also applied to the Daily Offices, which were to become Morning , and Evening Prayer ; and which he hoped would also serve as a daily form of prayer to be used by the Laity, thus replacing both the late medieval lay observation of the Latin Hours of the Virgin , and its English equivalent, the Primer. A quiet, calm, courteous man of scholarly bent, liked by almost everyone who knew him, he was no zealot and he spent less than a quarter of each day on running the Church of England. T HROUGH thy most dere beloved sonne, Jesus Christ our Lorde, who after his moste glorious resurreccion manifestly appered to all his disciples, and in their sight ascended up into heaven, to prepare a place for us, that where he is, thither mighte we also ascende, and reigne with hym in glory. Wickham John Wickham , , ed. And thoughe there be none to communicate with the Prieste, yet these dayes after the Litany ended the Priest shall put upon him a playn Albe or surplesse, with a cope, and say al thinges at the Altar appoynted to be sayed at the celebracyon of the lordes supper , untill after the offertory.