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lay his hand upon all the bread.
for in the night, beseech thee, O ,
in which he was merciful Father The Invocation. · Here the Priest betrayed . he to hear us; and, of thy almighty is to take the Paten into his hands.
en took bread; and goodness, vouchsafe to bless
when he had and sanctify, with thy Word And here to given thanks, b he and Holy Spirit, these thy gifts break the bread.
brake it, and gave and creatures of bread and wine; it to his disciples, that we, receiving them accord
saying, Take, eat, ing to thy Son our Saviour And here to e this is my Body, Jesus Christ's holy institution, upon which is given in remembrance of his death
for you; do this and passion, may be partakers in remembrance of his most blessed Body and
of me. Likewise, Blood. And we earnestly desire d Here he is to after supper athy fatherly goodness, merci. take the cup into he took the cup; fully to accept this our sacrifice
and when he had of praise and thanksgiving ; given thanks, he most hầmbly beseeching thee gave it to them, to grant, that by the merits and
saying, Drink ye death of thy Son JESUS CHRIST, . And here he is all of this, for e and through faith in his blood, to lay his hand
and this is my Blood, we, and all thy whole Church, upon every vessel, in which there is of the new testa- may obtain remission of our any wine to be con tament, which is sins, and all other benefits of secrated.
shed for you, and his passion. And here we offer for many, for the remission of and present unto thee, O Lord, sins; do this as oft as ye shall ourselyes, our souls, and bodies, drink it, in remembrance of me. to be a reasonable, holy, and
living sacrifice unto thee; hume The Oblation.
WHEREFORE, bly beseeching thee, that we,
* O Lord and hea- and all others who shall be venly Father, according to the partakers of this Holy Com. institution of thy dearly beloved munion, may worthily receive Son our Saviour JESUS CHRIST, the most precious Body and we, thy humble servants, do Blood of thy Son Jesus Christ, celebrate and make here before be filled with thy grace and thy divine majesty, with these heavenly benediction, and made thy holy gifts, which we now one body with him, that he may offer unto thee, the memorial dwell in them, and they in him. thy Son hath commanded us to And although we are unworthy, make; having in remembrance through our manifold sins, to his blessed passion and precious offer unto thee any sacrifice; death, his mighty resurrection yet we beseech thee to accept and glorious ascension ; ren- this our bounden duty and serdering unto thee most hearty vice, not weighing our merits, thanks, for the innumerable but pardoning our offences ; benefits procured unto us by through JESUS CHRIST our the same. And we most humbly Lord ; by whom, and with
whom, in the unity of the Holy | daily bread; And forgive us our Ghost, all honour and glory tres passes, as we forgive those be unto thee, O FATHER AL-|who trespass against us; And MIGHTY, world without end. lead us not into temptation; But Amen.
deliver us from evil: for thine 1 Here shall be sung a Hymn, or part of a is the Kingdom, and the Power, Hymn, from the Selection for the Feasts and the Glory, for ever and and Fasts, &c.
ever. Amen. Then shall the Priest first receive the Communion in both kinds himself, and
After shall be said as followeth : proceed to deliver the same to the Bishops,
ALMIGHTY and everliving Priests, and Deacons, in like manner, (if | any be present) and, after that, to the God, we most heartily thank People also in order, into their hands, all thee, for that thou dost vouchdevoutly kneeling : and when he delivereth the Bread, he shall say,
safe to feed us who have duly
received these holy mysteries, • THE Body of our Lord JESUS
with the spiritual food of the CHRIST, which was given for most precious Body and Blood thee, preserve thy body and
of thy Son our Saviour Jesus soul unto everlasting life: Take
Christ; and dost assure us and eat this in remembrance thereby of thy favour and goodthat Christ died for thee, and
ness towards us; and that we feed on him in thy heart byl
thy heart by are very members incorporate faith, with thanksgiving.
in the mystical body of thy | And the Minister who delivereth the Cup, Son, which is the blessed comshall say,
pany of all faithful people; and THE Blood of our Lord are also heirs through hope of Jesus Christ, which was shed thy everlasting kingdom, by for thee, preserve thy body the merits of the most precious and soul unto everlasting life : death and passion of thy dear Drink this in remembrance that Son. And we most humbly Christ's blood was shed for beseech thee, o heavenly Fa. thee, and be thankful.
ther, so to assist us with thy If the consecrated bread and wine be spent before all have communicated, the Priest is to consecrate more, according to the form before prescribed; beginning at-All glory
such good works as thou hast be to thee, Almighty God—and ending with prepared for us to walk in, these wordspartakers of his most blessed through Tray Cup rar ann Body and Blood.
| Lord; to whom with thee and T When all have communicated, the Minister shall return to the Lord's Table, and the Holy GHOST, be all honour reverently place upon it what remaineth and glory, world without end. of the consecrated elements, covering the same with a fair linen cloth.
Amen. T Then shall the Minister say the Lord's T Then shall be said or sung, all standing, Prayer, the People repeating after him
Gloria in eccelsis, or some proper Hymn every petition.
from the selection, OUR Father, who art in hea-| GLORY be to God on high, ven, Hallowed be thy Name; and on earth peace, good-will Thy kingdom come ; Thy will towards men. We praise thee, be done on earth, as it is in we bless thee, we worship thee, heaven; Give us this day our we glorify thee, we give thanks
to thee for thy great glory, O and ready help, through Jesus LORD God, heavenly King, God CHRIST our Lord. Amen. the Father Almighty.
und GRANT, we beseech thee, O LORD, the only begotten
Almighty God, that the words Son, Jesus CHRIST; O LORD God, Lanıb of God, Son of the
which we have heard this day
with our outward ears, may, FATHER, that takest away the
through thy grace, be so grafted sins of the world, have mercy
inwardly in our hearts, that upon us. Thou that takest away the sins of the world,
they may bring forth in us the
fruit of good living ; to the have mercy upon us. Thou
“honour and praise of thy name, that takest away the sins of the world, receive our prayer.
through Jesus CHRIST our Thou that sittest at the right
Lord. Amen. hand of God the FATHER, have DIRECT us, O LORD, in mercy upon us.
all our doings, with thy most For thou only art holy; thou gracious favour, and further only art the Lord; thou only, o us with thy continual help ; CHRIST, with the Holy Ghost, that in all our works begun, art most high in the glory of continued, and ended in thee, God the FATHER. Amen. we may glorify thy holy name;
and finally, by thy mercy, obtain T Then the Priest (the Bishop, if he be everlastinette Through
everlasting life, through JESUS present) shall let them depart with this blessing :
CHRIST our Lord. Amen. THE peace of God, which | ALMIGHTY GOD, the founpasseth all understanding, keep tain of all wisdom, who knowest your hearts and minds in the our necessities before we ask. knowledge and love of Gon, and our ignorance in asking; and of his son Jesus CHRIST our we beseech thee to have comLord : and the blessing of God passion upon our infirmities; ALMIGHTY, the FATHER, the land those things which for our Son, and the Holy Ghost, be unworthiness we dare not, and amongst you, and remain with for our blindness we cannot you always. Amen.
ask, vouchsafe to give us, for the worthiness of thy Son
JESUS CHRIST our Lord. Amen. | Collects that may be said after the Collects of Morning or Evening Prayer, or Com | ALMIGHTY God, who hast munion, at the discretion of the Minister. I promised to hear the petitions
ASSIST us mercifully, Olof those who ask in thy Son's LORD, in these our supplications name; we beseech thee merand prayers; and dispose the cifully to incline thine ears to way of thy servants towards us who have now made our the attainment of everlasting prayers and supplications unto salvation ; that among all the thee ; and grant, - that those changes and chances of this things which we have faithfully mortal life, they may ever be asked according to thy will, defended by thy most gracious may effectually be obtained ; to
the relief of our necessity, and be said all that is appointed at the Com. to the setting forth of thy glory,
munion, unto the end of the Gospel,
concluding with the Blessing. And if any through Jesus Christ our of the consecrated bread and wine remain
after the Communion, it shall not be carried Lord. Amen.
out of the church; but the Minister and
other communicants shall, immediately | Upon the Sundays and other Holy days after the Blessing, reverently eat and drink (if there be no Sermon or Communion) shall the same.
PUBLIC BAPTISM OF INFANTS,
TO BE USED IN THE CHURCH.
T The people are to be admonished, that it is most convenient that Baptism should not be administered but upon Sundays and other Holy days, or Prayer days. Nevertheless (if
necessity so require) Baptism may be administered upon any other day. T There shall be for every Male child to be baptized, when they can be had, two Godfathers and one Godmother; and for every Female, one Godfather and two Godmothers; and
Parents shall be admitted as Sponsors, if it be desired TWhen there are children to be baptized, the parents or sponsors shall give knowledge
thereof, before the beginning of Morning Prayer, to the Minister. And then the Godfathers and Godmothers, and the people with the children, must be ready at the Font, either immediately after the last Lesson at Morning Prayer, or else immediately after the last Lesson at Evening Prayer, as the Minister, by his discretion, shall appoint. And the Minister coming to the Font (which is then to be filled with pure water) and standing there, shall say,
Hath this child been already baptized, or no?
7 If they answer, No; then shall the Minister proceed, as followeth. DEARLY beloved, forasmuch | | Then shall the Minister say, as all men are conceived and
Let us pray. born in sin; and our Saviour' ALMIGHTY and everlasting CHRIST saith, None can enter God, who of thy great mercy, into the kingdom of God, didst save Noah and his family except he be regenerate and in the ark from perishing by born anew of water and of the water; and also didst safely HOLY GHOST ; I beseech you lead the children of Israel thy to call upon God the Father, people through the Red. Sea, through our Lord JESUS CHRIST, figuring thereby thy holy Bapthat of his bounteous mercy, hetism; and by the baptism of will grant to this child that thy well-beloved Son JESUS which by nature he cannot CHRIST in the river Jordan, have; that he may be baptized didst sanctify water, to the with water and the Holy mystical washing away of sin; Ghost, and received into we beseech thee, for thine CHRIST's holy Church, and be infinite mercies, that thou wilt made a living member of the mercifully look upon this child; same,
I wash him, and sanctify him
with the Holy Ghost; that he,/ Hear the words of the gospel, being delivered from thy wrath, written by St. Mark, in the tenth may be received into the ark chapter, at the thirteenth verse. of Christ's Church ; and being THEY brought young child. steadfast in faith, joyful through
rough ren to CHRIST, that he should hope, and rooted in charity, I touch them; and his disciples may so pass the waves of this rebuked those who brought troublesome world, that finally them. But when Jesus saw it, he may come to the land of he was much displeased, and everlasting life ; there to reign I said unto them, Suffer the little with thee, world without end, children to come unto me, and through JESUS CHRIST our forbid them not: for of such is Lord. Amen.
the kingdom of God. Verily I Or this.
say unto you, Whosoever shall ALMIGHTY and immortal not receive the kingdom of God God, the aid of all who need, as a little child, he shall not the helper of all who flee to enter therein. And he took thee for succour, the life of them up in his arms, put his those who believe, and the hands upon them, and blessed resurrection of the dead; we them. call upon thee for this infant. IT After the Gospel is read, the Minister shall
make this brief Exhortation upon the words that he, coming to thy holy
of the Gospel : baptism, may receive remission BELOVED. ve hear in this of sin, by spiritual regeneration. Gospel the words of our Saviour Receive him, O LORD, as thou CHRIST, that he commanded hast promised by thy well- the children to be brought unto beloved Son, saying, Ask, and him; how he blamed those ye shall have; seek, and ye who would have kept them shall find ; knock, and it shall from him; how he exhorteth be opened unto you: So give all men to follow their innonow unto us who ask; let us cency. Ye perceive how, by who seek, find ; open the gate his outward gesture and deed, unto us who knock ; that this he declared his good will infant may enjoy the everlast- toward them: for he embraced ing benediction of thy heavenly I them in his arms, he laid his washing, and may come to the hands upon them, and blessed eternal kingdom which thou them. Doubt ve not therefore. hast promised by CHRIST our but earnestly believe, that he Lord. Amen.
will likewise favourably receive 9 Then the Minister shall say as follows: this present infant; that he
or else shall pass on to the questions will embrace him with the arms addressed to the Sponsors; and from thence | to the Prayer immediately before the of his merey ; that he will give immersion, or the pouring of water on the unto him the blessing of eternal infant. But note; that, in every church, 1:6.
h life, and make him partaker the intermediate parts of the Service shall be used, once at least in every month (if of his everlasting kingdom. there be a baptism) for the better instructing | Wherefore, we being thus perof the people in the grounds of Infant Baptism.
'I suaded of the good will of our