The Eleventh Sunday After Trinity
August 27, 2017
Morning Prayer at 10:00 AM
Sung Mass at 10:30 AM
Prelude “How fair and pleasant art thou” Marcel Dupre
The Mass begins on page B 26 of “The Anglican Missal”.
The “Propers” (Introit, collects, etc.) for Trinity XI may be found on
page C 71– C 72 of “The Anglican Missal”
At the Reception and Licensing of the Rev. Christopher Lake Harner, as Priest in the Anglican Catholic Church
(All proceeds by permission of the Rt Rev. Rommie M. Starks, Bishop Ordinary of the Anglican Diocese of the Midwest)
GOOD People, this is he whom we purpose, God willing, to receive this day unto the holy Office of Priesthood in this Church, having previously been lawfully and validly ordained to the same Office; for, after due examination, we find not to the contrary, but that he has willingly accepted the lawful authority of this Church and accepted as true its Doctrine, Discipline, and Worship. But yet, if there be any of you who knoweth any Impediment, or notable Crime, in him, for the which he ought not to be so licensed as priest in this Church, let him come forth in the Name of God, and show what the Crime or Impediment is.
The Declaration of Conformity.
The Declaration of Submission to the
Constitution and Canons of the Holy Synod,
The Provincial Synod, and Diocesan Synod.
The Oath of Canonical Obedience.
The Declaration Against Simony.
The License of the Bishop of the Midwest.
Gloria in excelsis Missa de Angelis
The Epistle Lesson
Gradual & Alleluia
The Holy Gospel:
The Nicene Creed
The Sermon The Rector
Offertory Hymn “Rise, crowned with light”
American (1940) Hymnal 389
Prayer for the Whole State of Christ’s Church
The General Confession
Sanctus et Benedictus Missa de Angelis
The Canon of the Mass
Agnus Dei Missa de Angelis
Communion Hymn “Now my tongue, the mystery telling”
American (1940) Hymnal 199
Post Communion Collect
The Last Gospel
Final Hymn “Come, thou almighty King”
American (1940) Hymnal 271
Postlude “Allegro Grazioso” Frank Bridge
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