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via Lost Lambs by Christopher on 1/26/09
Here is a short video clip of the Anglican Use liturgy at St. Therese in Kansas City Missouri.
The clip is part of the Roman Canon it appears the translation is in line with the wording / language of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer but of course made to conform to be in union with the Bishop of Rome.
Take a look /listen and as always comments are appreciated.
Here is the text of the canon that is being prayed in the video:
MOST MERCIFUL FATHER, we humbly pray thee, through Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord, and we ask, that thou accept and + bless these gifts, these presents, these holy and unspoiled sacrifices.
We offer them unto thee, first, for thy holy Catholic Church: that thou vouchsafe to keep it in peace, to guard, unite, and govern it throughout the whole world; together with thy servant N. our Pope, and N. our Bishop, and all the faithful guardians of the Catholic and Apostolic faith.
Remember, O Lord, thy servants and handmaids (N. and N.) and all who here around us stand, whose faith is known unto thee and their steadfastness manifest, on whose behalf we offer unto thee: or who themselves offer unto thee this sacrifice of praise, for themselves, and for all who are theirs: for the redemption of their souls, for the hope of their salvation and safety: and who offer their prayers unto thee, the eternal God, the living and true.
United in one communion, we venerate the memory, first, of the glorious ever-Virgin Mary, Mother of our God and Lord Jesus Christ, of Joseph her spouse; as also of thy blessed Apostles and Martyrs…