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What is the name of the Evening Prayer of the Church?
Answer rosary Answer The one that I can think of is Novena. Prayers said over the course of 9 days.
John chapter 17, prayer of Jesus of intercession for the saints
The central prayer of the Church is the prayer which Jesus himself taught his disciples as recorded in the Gospels (Matthew 6:10-14 and Luke 11:2-4 ). This is known as 'The L…ord's Prayer' and exists in several forms depending upon the translation from the original Greek of the new Testament. In its traditional form it is: Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory. for ever and ever. Amen or in its more modern form: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your Kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as in heaven Give us today our daily bread. Forgive us our sins, as we forgive those who sin against us. Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours. Now and for ever. Amen
Vespers, is also known as the Evening Prayer.
Night of desperation
If God does not answer my prayers not even the ones where I ask in Jesus Name as we were taught and not even prayers for healing spiritual healing or just plain help what am I doing wrong?
Man proposes God disposes. Maybe God has some better and great plans for you. Ummm honey God and Christianity is all nonsense. Sorry to offend but none of the Religious …stuff is true. Give it up. Have a nice day sugar
Because their pagans and their conscious couldn't bear them to proclaim his true name.
The Liturgy of the Hours, sometimes called the Divine Office, seven times of prayer during the day, is often called "the prayer of the church." The most important of these t…imes of prayer are Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer (Vespers). These are Christian adaptations of the prayers prayed in the Jewish village synagogues daily. The Jews adopted these times of reading from the Scripture and prayer after being exiled from Israel and, thus, no longer being able to offer sacrifices in the temple. Christians added readings from the New Testament and prayer in the name of Jesus to this formula, after being expelled from the synagogues of the Jews. A psalm verse says, "Seven times a day will I praise you." Thus shorter, often five minute offices, with short readings and prayers have been developed and are offered by contemplative communities of nuns and monks as a means of seeking God's blessing on the whole world. Today, in the Roman Catholic church, the ancient night office has been transformed into the Office of Readings, which can be said anytime during the day, and includes longer Scripture readings and readings from the early church, saints and even documents of the church. There are actually different versions of the Liturgy of the Hours approved by bishops for different countries and regions of the world. Catholic priests and nuns and monks are bound by church law to say at least morning and evening prayer daily. There are also unofficial versions of the Office offered within and outside the Roman Catholic church. The Church of England was the first to put a liturgy of the the hours in the native language of the people and to try to restore the office to the laity.
The Anglican Church uses The Book of Common Prayer originally written by ABp Thomas Cranmer of Canterbury. It was first authorized for use in 1549, and has been updated severa…l times since then.
Prayer is important this days because Jesus said that we should watch and pray all the time so that we don't fall into temptation because these days are evil. And we can overc…ome all these dangers if we pray. Hope than answers your question.
The Eucharistic prayer, which has eight parts, namely the Preface,Acclamation, Epiclesis, Consecration, Anamnesis, Oblation,Intercessions, and Doxology goes back all the way t…o the Apostles,although there have been a few additions over the centuries, it hasremained basically unchanged since the Apostles.
it is a sign of respect