Unfolding the Living Word: New Kyries, Canticles, Gospel Acclamations and Collects for Holy Communion
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From one of the most creative liturgists of today, here are new liturgical texts to refresh the celebration of Holy Communion.
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Jim Cotter provides new prayers for the Kyrie eleison, the psalm, the acclamation that introduces the Gospel of the day, and additional collects for Years A, B and C. For the Church of England, Common Worship lays it out succinctly on page Within each section there may well be alternatives.
Indeed the book provides eight eucharistic prayers. No wonder, compared with the Book of Common Prayer , the books we have to carry around with us make us stagger and yearn for a sturdy shopping trolley. Even so, each alternative must have a thread or threads in common with the others. There is a core which shall be said or done, in order that the service can be recognized as authentic by other congregations and churches.
However, there are other variants which may be used. Within Common Worship these include: hymn, welcome p. This book is a contribution to the material that may be used. It is offered in the spirit of hymn writers, and of hymn editors who often make changes to the original, leaving out verses, altering words and phrases.
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Each Sunday of the year has its own suggestions, for the Kyrie eleison, for a Canticle sometimes a response or a hymn or a reflection , for the Gospel Acclamation, and for a Collect which could be used at the end of the sermon or after the distribution of communion. By custom the response is usually threefold: Kyrie eleison, Christe eleison, Kyrie eleison. In this book, there is a line of confession before each response, neither too generalized as to have no bite nor too specific to be justifiably ignored by some or most of those present.
New contributions to liturgy have to be neither too conformist nor too individualistic, with less freedom than the poets but more than the fundamentalists — who are alive and well in liturgical discourse as well as in biblical discourse. The words could be said by one voice or by the whole congregation.
There are numerous musical settings for the responses. One is included in this book, in Appendix 4, which sets the Jesus Prayer in Greek to a simple chant p. It is home-made.
Most of the canticles offered in this book have not been published before. A few come from Out of the Silence … Into the Silence, a book for daily prayer.
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Occasionally there is a response or a reflection or a hymn. They are intended for use between readings. The wording does not strictly follow that laid down in Common Worship , but I hope it is in accord with it. Yes, I know I am tweaking a shall section. Again, a simple chant for the lines of Alleluias is suggested in Appendix 4 p.
Each acclamation is given its own line, resonating in some way with the particular reading that follows. The norm in what is provided here is six collects for each week, one for each of Years A, B, and C, plus three others, perhaps therefore one for each day of the week, the seventh repeating the one for the current year. In use, the tone of voice for these prayers is quiet and reflective, making them more meditation than declamation.
However, there are other variants which may be used. This book provides new alternative texts for those variable points in the liturgy to refresh the celebration of Holy Communion.
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