The Rhythm of Life 2nd Edition: Celtic Daily Prayer

The Rhythm of Life 2nd Edition: Celtic Daily Prayer

The Rhythm of Life nd Edition Celtic Daily Prayer Daily office prayers for a cycle of seven days Each day s prayers include morning midday evening and night prayers in an easy to use format Newly updated with canticles from Common Worship of the

  • Title: The Rhythm of Life 2nd Edition: Celtic Daily Prayer
  • Author: David Adam
  • ISBN: 9780819222770
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Daily office prayers for a cycle of seven days Each day s prayers include morning, midday, evening and night prayers, in an easy to use format Newly updated, with canticles from Common Worship of the Church of England, as well as prayers of the author s own composition.

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    I originally bought this book because I started attending a low-church Anglican church and was trying to learn how to use the Book of Common Prayer (which I didn't get too much exposure to during their Sunday liturgy). Of course, at the time, I thought it was a book for private individual prayer instead of the prayers of the whole church (which can very well be done privately). I felt stuck in my daily prayer life, not knowing what to say, and wondering if pre-written prayers could actually be a [...]

    This is not a book to be read just once, rather a book that is read gradually through the year, with new thoughts and foci for each day and season.Even though the Mennonite Church has started to add some liturical elements to it services, it is a relatively new experience for me a life-long Mennonite to experience the liturgical traditions of Anglo-Catholocism albeit with some Celtic overtones.

    This book is a spiritual gem. For those not brought up in a Christian tradition that practices the "daily offices" or those who are overly familiar with one denominational "order" this is an accessible and framework of daily prayer, broadly based on the Celtic tradition. One of David Adam's best.

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