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Eco-Justice Resolutions
from the Episcopal Church

Authorize Daily Prayer for All Seasons

Proposed Resolution 2012-A055 for the 77th General Convention
of the Episcopal Church, USA, July 2012
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Proposed Resolution 2012-A055:
Authorize Daily Prayer for All Seasons

Resolved, the House of _______ concurring, That the 77th General Convention authorize liturgical materials entitled "Daily Prayer for All Seasons," found in the Blue Book report of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music, for publication and distribution by Church Publishing Incorporated for experimental use by individuals and in congregations and other church groups wishing to pray or meditate throughout the day.


Proposer: Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music

Explanation:

Just as the Book of Common Prayer is threaded throughout with familiar scripture, this new resource draws heavily on the collects, rhythms and patterns that those who have used and love the BCP's daily office will recognize. This new resource is intended as a complement to the Daily Offices and Daily Devotions for Individuals and Families in the 1979 BCP, to encourage individuals and small groups, particularly those not already using the full Daily Offices, to take time to pray during the day.

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