Priest: God, our loving Father, we are glad to give you thanks and praise because you love us. Eucharistic Prayer for Masses with Children I Using the New Translation of the Roman Missal _____ The priest begins the Eucharistic Prayer. All: Glory to God in the highest. You bless us with abundance; you gift us with your graciousness; you know our every need. Eucharistic Prayer II. With Jesus we sing your praise: Although it is provided with its own Preface, this Eucharistic Prayer may also be used with other Prefaces, especially those that present an overall view of the mystery of salvation, such as the Common Prefaces. 2 the Order of Mass Eucharistic Prayer iii 7. Contents Instructions 1 EucharisticPrayerI 3 EucharisticPrayerII 15 EucharisticPrayerIII 21 EucharisticPrayerIV 27 EucharisticPrayerforReconciliationI 33 Now is the time to renew and stoke up our dispositions for what is about to take place on the altar, not just as a dry assent, but something into which we put our hearts. Eucharistic Prayer 4 from Celebrating Eucharist Chapter 21. Unlike other ritual exchanges during Mass, the bishop or priest doesn’t just put his hands back together and continue at this point; he raises them up, encouraging everyone to lift up their hearts. Bring them home to you to be with you for ever. Along with all the other Eucharistic Prayers we have, its structure is based upon prayers originating in Antioch (modern day Turkey). However, there are other approved Eucharistic prayers. Eucharistic Prayer IV may be used on any day that does not have a strictly proper preface: so Sundays in Ordinary Time, and any feasts or memorials or ferial days that have only a common preface. All: Glory to God in the highest. Each Preface begins with a dialogue between the bishop or priest celebrating the Mass and the people celebrating it with him. It is his mediation that makes us pleasing to the Father, and it is offering him that will enable us to keep pleasing the Father. In all my priestly formation, I had been told over and over again, that the Eucharistic Prayer II was the oldest and purist Roman Canon. Priest:  Through him and with him, and in him, O God almighty Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor is yours, for ever and ever. Eucharistic Prayer 2 from Enriching our Worship. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. With Jesus we sing your praise: It is here we see why are there so many prefaces. Share your review! Suddenly the dialogue turns from “you” to “us”: “Let, give thanks to the Lord, Our God…It is right and just.” We are now liturgically primed to be swept up into the liturgy of Heaven and earth. Just as there are many ways to thank someone—a gift, flowers, a note, a meal—there are many reasons for thanksgiving expressed by the Prefaces. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Supplementary Eucharistic Prayer 1 (S1) 15 Supplementary Eucharistic Prayer 2 (S2) 17 Supplementary Eucharistic Prayer 3 (S3) 20 A Service of the Word 1 (SW1) 28 A Service of the Word 2 (SW2) 34 Night Prayer: An Order for Compline 46 Appendix 68 Service Music and Hymns 68 Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer … All: We praise you, we bless you, we thank you. He is preparing everyone for liturgical liftoff: “Lift up your hearts…we lift them up to the Lord.”. EUCHARISTIC PRAYERS I - IV (from the 3rd Edition of the Roman Missal, English Translation, 2011) This webpage is not intended for presiders to use while celebrating the Liturgy, but is designed for comparative study of the Eucharistic Prayers. The Preface, as part of the Eucharistic Prayer, not only leads you in, but also begins the prayer. Filesize: 564 KB; Language: English; Published: December 2, 2015; Viewed: 1,132 times; 1 PRAYER 101 - Cybermissions. He put himself into our hands to be the sacrifice we offer you. Priest: God our Father, we now ask you to send your Holy Spirit to change these gifts of bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ, our Lord.