The Book of common prayer, : commonly called the First book of Edward VI: to which is added the Ordinal of , and the Order of Holy. Cranmer's Book of Common Prayer A group of bishops and divines met first at Chertsey and then at Windsor in , drawn from. The first Book of Common Prayer came into use on the Day of Pentecost, June 9, , in the second year of the reign of King Edward the Sixth.
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Zum Teil erheblich überarbeitete Ausgaben erschienen , , und The present version was published in and is currently under revision. In the church published its own prayer book based on the Anglican, Roman and Mozarabic liturgies. Armitage, William James O ALMIGHTIE Lorde and everlyvyng GOD, vouchesafe, we beseche thee, to direct, sanctifye, and governe, both our heartes and bodies, in the wayes of thy lawes, and in the workes of thy commaundementes: Godlynes is greate riches, if a man be contented with that he hath: