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The name "Common Prayer," which was given to the new Liturgy, marked its real import.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJOHN RICHARD GREEN
It was his voice that men heard and still hear in the accents of the English Liturgy.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJOHN RICHARD GREEN
The royal supremacy was re-established: the Mass abolished: the English Liturgy restored.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJOHN RICHARD GREEN
The enforced union in Prussia was combined with the publication of a new liturgy intended for common use.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 2VARIOUS
But one verse was sung; then followed a short prayer from the church liturgy, after which the lesson began.
LITTLE TORA, THE SWEDISH SCHOOLMISTRESS AND OTHER STORIESMRS. WOODS BAKER
Several couples are married at the same time, but they have the full liturgy and the marriage sermon.
HOME LIFE IN GERMANYMRS. ALFRED SIDGWICK
The way of the new liturgy was effectually blocked by the Erse language, and no missionary effort appears to have been made.
IRISH HISTORY AND THE IRISH QUESTIONGOLDWIN SMITH
It is not the worship of this one, but the worship of a thousand distilled at last to one delicate liturgy.
THE SEATS OF THE MIGHTY, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
We express and partake of that oneness in the services of the Church, especially in the Divine Liturgy.
ORTHODOX DAILY PRAYERSANONYMOUS
The church of Cranmer is not at ease until it has formed for itself a new liturgy.
THE CATHOLIC WORLD; VOL. IV.; OCTOBER, 1866, TO MARCH, 1867.E. RAMEUR

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