Readings Upon the Liturgy and Other Divine Offices of the Church

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George Barclay, 1851
 

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History of this in the Greek and Roman Churches
39
The Invocation what is intended thereby
42
And by the corresponding ceremony in the Roman Mass
50
The Epistle read by the junior assistant
71
The Gospel how to be read and listened to
75
The introduction of the Filioque
84
Our Lord by right of creation for1 He created
90
Crucified under c a Roman punishment inflicted
100
reunited to the soul
101
The Lord He hath a proper and personal lordship giv
107
Who spake by the Prophets Directed against the error
113
b Its mission is to all
116
The Creed considered as an act of worship
123
Ab an act of worship it can only be fulfilled by the Holy
124
And why the celebrant receives them at the Table
134
their relative position thereon at various periods in
139
The Ter Sanctus
152
b Why the Lord gave thanks a second time this
159
The death of Christ shown forth not by communion but
171
The true place of bishops c
178
Prayers for all Men
184
a For those before Christ and St Johnthe Baptist
190
The Holy things for holy persons andresponse
196
ADDITIONAL NOTES
203
DISSERTATION UPON THE TYPES OF THE
205
The Sacrifices
212
When offered with animal sacrifices the quantities and pro
217
Whether the rites of the court and of the Holy Place were
223
b In the hornsof the Golden Altar and in
226
The impressions probably made on the children of Israel
231
The Spiritual Mysteries to which the Legal Types referred
239
The three divisions of the Tabernacle and court are symbolical
242
b The Brazen Laver
248
The liturgical signification of the shewbread as applied to
323
This liturgical application to the Eucharist is of the same
336
This day shall not be a day of absolution only but of restoration
346
The essential character of legal worship consisted in the use
353
Additional note on the Hebrew word Azazel translated
359
THE OFFICE OF MORNING AND EVENING PRAYER
365
On the Existence and Place of other Rites besides
370
Hence the necessity of those other offices in order to the spe
379
One distinction between the Eucharist and the Office of Prayer
383
The unity of the particular church and its offices ensured
389
PARTIII On the Reservation of the Sacrament or the Body
395
e By the Roman Church for the purpose of wor
403
Conclusion That the Sacrament ought not to be consecrated
409
b Nor that of one of the four priests in the Office
418
The Pot of Manna as deduced from its history and the Table
424
Concluding Remarks upon the Office or Morning
431
The Office of Daily Prayer in its several Parts
441
Absolution defined
457
Towards individuals present
461
Man also possessed of spiritual capacities for embracing truths
468
The Holy Ghost 2 The regenerate man
470
Hence two consequences
486
They should be sung by all so far as able
492
So also in honour of departed saints
496
This argument applied to the rejection of the rites of the Court
502
The pledge of this is the ministry ordained in particular
508
These four acts of prayer or worship described
509
The reasons for omitting the address to the Trinity
515
Four other Collects
521
The Liturgy of the Church comprises the Eucharist and
535
That in the afternoon to the communion
541
Therefore faith and reason concur that God hath given
548

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