True Worship of the Undivided Church as used in the Celtic Orthodox Christian Church.
Lorrha-Stowe Missal: (Mass or Divine Liturgy), Baptism and Chrismation, Anointing of Sick, Confession,... More > Antiphonary of Bangor: Hours of Prayer of the Day and Night, Hours of Holy and Great Friday, Cross Vigil, Paschal Liturgy, Mass of the Holy Cross and Adoration, Mass of St. Patrick, Traditio of St. Ambrose, Hymns: Gallican Hymn of St. Hilary, Apostles' Forty-fold Kyrie, Deers-Cry, Paschal Hymns, Abecedarian Hymns:, Altus Prosator by St. Colum cille, Audite omnes for St. Patrick, Litanies, Visitation of the Sick, Departure, Wake, Funeral, Burial, Lectionary through the Year, Complete Psalter, Notes, Creeds, Desert Meditations on Virtues and Faults.< Less
This is our book of Daily Prayer. True Worship of the Undivided Church
As used in the Celtic Orthodox Christian Church.
Ancient Divine Prayers: Lorrha-Stowe Missal:
Mass (Offering, or Divine... More > Liturgy); Baptism and Chrismation; Anointing of the Sick; St. Gall Confession;
Antiphonary of Bangor, Hours of Prayer of the Day and Night:
Vespers, Beginning of Night, Midnight, Matins,
Second Hour, Third Hour, Sixth Hour, Ninth Hour;
Breviary Rules to say the Psalms
of Saints Brendan, Mael Ruain, and Columbanus;
Hours of Holy and Great Friday; Cross Vigil;
Paschal Liturgy; Mass of the Holy Cross and Adoration;
Mass of St. Patrick; Traditio of St. Ambrose;
Hymns: Gallican Hymn of St. Hilary; Apostles' Forty-fold Kyrie;
Deers-Cry; Paschal Hymns; Abecedarian Hymns:
Altus Prosator by St. Colum cille; Audite omnes for St. Patrick; Litanies; Visitation of Sick; Departure; Wake; Funeral; Burial;
Lectionary through the Year; Complete Psalter;
Notes; Creeds; Desert Meditations on Virtues and Faults.< Less
Our Altar Missal, "Bless the Lord at All Times," s a new revision of both volumes of "Serve Ye the Lord with Gladness," in one 800 page hard-bound book, with some added entries.... More > It is the Altar Missal of the Celtic Orthodox Christian Church. It is also a valuable resource for all Christians because it covers prayers for most of the day, and all of the Liturgical year.
The verse of Oengus the Cele De begins each "fixed" day entry, and there is a description of the Saints of the day by his ancient glossator, with added notes from other sources.
It includes the Ordinary of the Lorrha-Stowe (Irish-Celtic) Mass, Prayers and Responses throughout the year as well as Pascha, Christmas, Pentecost, Palm Sunday. The Sacraments of Confession, Baptism, Chrismation, and Anointing of the Sick are here.
The daytime “Hours” and Funeral are also added, and there are some hymns and music.
“Pray for us and lift up the Holy Gospel to us.”< Less