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Prayers may include the following concerns if it is desired to pray for different topics through the week or through the seasons. Some or all parts of these forms of intercession may be used, as occasion demands. Specific petitions may be added, or silence may be kept, at suitable points. Open prayer may be offered and silence is kept.
That you will sustain the faith and hope of those who are lonely, oppressed and anxious:. Inspire us to continue your work of reconciliation today. Give us grace to proclaim the gospel joyfully in word and deed R.
Grant that we may seek the peace and welfare of this place. Fill us with compassion, that we may be channels of your healing love. Help us to live this day in the sure and certain hope of your eternal victory. We give thanks for all that is gracious in the lives of men, women and children. That we may live as those who believe in the triumph of the cross: R. That all people may receive the good news of his victory: R. That we may receive grace to grow into the likeness of Christ: R.
That we may draw other people to the fire of your love: R.
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That we may be faithful to Christ even to death: R. Not every section of this intercession need be used on every occasion. We thank you for those who have lived out their vocation in family life:. These Acclamations may be used in place of the usual intercessions. They should be preceded by some short biddings, or open prayer.
It should be noted that all the Acclamations are addressed to the second person of the Trinity. The following may be used either as versicles and responses or as petitions for a litany, with a response after each one. In the power of the Spirit and in union with Christ, let us pray to the Father. From the rising of the sun to its setting, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear us. Let us commend ourselves, and all for whom we pray, to the mercy and protection of God.
Lord God, through your grace we are your people: through your Son you have redeemed us; in your Spirit you have made us your own. We pray for … the Church Make our hearts respond to your love. We pray for … the world Make our lives bear witness to your glory in the world. We pray for … the sick and those in need Make our wills eager to obey, and our hands ready to heal.
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We give you thanks for … Make our voices one with all your people in heaven and on earth. In faith we pray. That the work we have done and the people we have met today may bring us closer to you: in faith we pray. That we may hear and respond to your call to peace and justice: in faith we pray. That you will sustain the faith and hope of those who are lonely, oppressed and anxious: in faith we pray.
That you will strengthen us in your service, and fill our hearts with longing for your kingdom: in faith we pray. Suitable for General Use 7 For the unity of the Church in witness and proclamation of the Gospel …; let us pray to the Lord: R For the peace and stability of all peoples and for the leaders of the nations …; let us pray to the Lord: R For places of work, education and leisure …; let us pray to the Lord: R For a blessing on our homes; for our relations and friends and all whom we love …; let us pray to the Lord: R For the sick and suffering and all who minister to their needs …; let us pray to the Lord: R Let us commend ourselves, and all for whom we pray, to the mercy and protection of God.
You chose us in Christ to be your people and to be the temple of your Holy Spirit; we pray that you will fill your Church with vision and hope. In the baptism and birth of Jesus, you have opened heaven to us and enabled us to share in your glory: the joy of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit from before the world was made. Saviour of the world, be present in all places of suffering, violence and pain, and bring hope even in the darkest night. Give us grace to proclaim the gospel joyfully in word and deed R Shepherd and Guardian of our souls, guide and enable all who lead and serve this community and those on whom we depend for our daily needs.
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R Great Physician, stretch out your hand to bring comfort, wholeness and peace to [ N and ] all who suffer in body, mind, or spirit. R Conqueror of death, remember for good those whom we love but see no longer. R Let us commend ourselves, and all for whom we pray, to the mercy and protection of God. Gracious God, we pray for peace, justice and reconciliation throughout the world. We pray for the honouring of human rights, and for the relief of the oppressed.
R We pray for the renewal of the Church in faith, love and service.
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We give thanks for the gift of your word, the grace of the sacraments and the fellowship of your people. R We pray for this local community and for all people in their daily life and work. We pray for the young and the elderly, for families, and all who are alone. We give thanks for human skill and creativity and all that reveals your loveliness. R We pray for those who are in need; for the sick, sorrowful and bereaved. We pray for all who bring comfort, care and healing. We give thanks for human love and friendship and for all that enriches our daily lives. Suitable for Seasonal Use Advent 12 Watchful at all times, let us pray for strength to stand with confidence before our Maker and Redeemer.
Christmas 13 To us a child is born, to us a son is given; let us pray for the people he came to save. Wonderful Counsellor, you order all things with your wisdom: help the Church to reveal the mystery of your love and fill her with the Spirit of truth: R Mighty God, the government is on your shoulders: guide the leaders of the nations and bring in your kingdom of justice and righteousness: R Everlasting Father, you call us to live together in unity: protect by your mercy all your children, bless our families and renew our communities: R Prince of Peace, you bring reconciliation through the cross: by your healing power give to all who suffer your gift of wholeness and peace: R Let us commend the world, to which Christ came, to the mercy and protection of God.
Epiphany 14 From the rising of the sun to its setting, let us pray to the Lord. Lent 15 In penitence and faith let us make our prayer to the Father and ask for his mercy and grace. For your holy people, that they may triumph over evil and grow in grace, we pray to you, O Lord: R For candidates for baptism and confirmation, that they may live by every word that proceeds from your mouth, we pray to you, O Lord: R For the leaders of the nations, that you will guide them in the ways of mercy and truth, we pray to you, O Lord: R For the needy, that they may not be forgotten, nor the hope of the poor be taken away, we pray to you, O Lord: R For the sick in body, mind and spirit, that they may know your power to heal, we pray to you, O Lord: T11 For the poor in spirit, that they may inherit the kingdom of heaven and see you face to face, we pray to you, O Lord: R Let us commend the world, for which Christ suffered, to the mercy and protection of God.
Passiontide 16 With faith and love and in union with Christ, let us offer our prayer before the throne of grace.
Easter 17 On this day that the Lord has made, let us pray for the people he has redeemed. That we may live as those who believe in the triumph of the cross: R That all people may receive the good news of his victory: R That those born to new life in the waters of baptism may know the power of his resurrection: R That those who suffer pain and anguish may find healing and peace in the wounds of Christ: R That in the undying love of Christ we may be united with all who have died in the faith of Christ: R Let us commend the world, in which Christ rose from the dead, to the mercy and protection of God.
Ascension until Pentecost 18 Through Christ, who ever lives to make intercession for us, let us pray to the Lord. Lift up our hearts to the heavenly places and inspire us to serve you as a royal priesthood: R Let all peoples acknowledge your kingdom and grant on earth the blessing of peace: R Send down upon us the gift of the Spirit and renew your Church with power from on high: R May peace abound and righteousness flourish, that we may vanquish injustice and wrong: R Help us to proclaim the good news of salvation, and grant us the needful gifts of your grace: R Let us commend the world, for which Christ prays, to the mercy and protection of God.
In every age you have raised up holy men and women to reflect the light of Christ and to teach us the way of holiness. We thank you for those who have been teachers in the school of Christ: give understanding to those who study the faith that the Church has handed on, and clarity to those who communicate the gospel in a changing world … Lord, hear us.
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We thank you for those who have been shepherds of your people: give a pastoral heart to deacons, priests and bishops, and the needful gifts to all your people in their ministry … Lord, hear us. We thank you for those who have lived out their vocation in family life: give your grace to all who nurture children and all who care for the aged, and enfold in your love all your sons and daughters… Lord, hear us.
We thank you for those who have brought wholeness through the medicine of the gospel: give skill to all who minister healing and reconciliation in your name, and comfort all who cry out to you from any sort of distress … Lord, hear us. We thank you for the noble army of martyrs by the shedding of whose blood the Church has been enriched: keep under your protection those who are persecuted for the cause of Christ, and acknowledge, we pray, those who have passed through death trusting your promises… Lord, hear us. Hasten, Lord, the day when people will come from east and west, from north and south, and sit at table in your kingdom, and we shall see your Son in his glory.
Seasonal Acclamations These Acclamations may be used in place of the usual intercessions. Advent 22 Let us turn our eyes to the Lord of glory, saying: come, Lord Jesus. Epiphany 24 To Jesus, redeemer of the peoples, let us lift our voices, saying: make known your glory.