St. Gregory's Prayer Book



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Product Code:
1 (in)
Size (HxW):
7 x 4.75 (in)
Publication date:
May 20, 2019
11 oz
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Religious Ed

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The St. Gregory's Prayer Book is a beautifully produced leatherette prayer book compiled by the Ordinariates established by Pope Benedict XVI and drawing on the riches of the Anglican liturgical heritage and the exquisite Cranmerian language of the Book of Common Prayer to further enrich the panoply of Catholic liturgy and devotion.

The text includes ancient English collects, introits and hymns available together for the first time for the whole Church as approved examples of Catholic liturgy. In addition to the Liturgical texts, classic translations of traditional prayers and devotions for use in the Church and in the home have been lovingly compiled and edited in St. Gregory's Prayer Book.

This lovely book of prayers is user friendly and accessible to Catholic faithful with a love of beautiful language and in search for supplementary resources for their prayer life that are both new and at the same time respectful of Church tradition. With gold blocking on cover and spine, and a silk ribbon marker.

1. An Outline of Duties of the Christian Life
2. Common Forms of Prayer & Professions of Faith
3. Various Prayers & Intercessions
4. Devotions for Days of the Week & Hours of the Day
5. Devotions for the Morning
6. Devotions for Midday
7. Devotions for the Evening
8. A Selection of Psalms
9. Divine Worship Collects
10. Devotions for the Church Year
11. Penitential Devotions & the Sacrament of Penance
12. Devotions for Holy Communion: Prayers Before & After Mass
13. Prayers at Mass: People's Order of Mass – Divine Worship: The Missal
14. Eucharistic Devotions & Visits to the Blessed Sacrament
15. Devotions to the Holy Trinity
16. Devotions to Our Lord Jesus Christ
17. Devotions to the Holy Spirit
18. Devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary
19. Devotions to the Saints & Angels
20. Devotions for the Sanctification of Sickness & Death
21. Devotions for the Faithful Departed
22. Prayers for Various Occasions & Intentions
23. Emergency Baptism

Font: Garamond. Font size: 11 point headings and 9 point body text.


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  • 5
    The riches of English Catholicism

    Posted by Michael on Jul 9th 2020

    I was raised Episcopalian and converted to Catholicism about five years ago. This book has been instrumental in leading me back to my "Anglican patrimony." I use it for morning and evening prayer--as well as for rosary meditations, devotions to the Sacred Heart, and many others. Sometimes, I just sit and read it. The language of these prayers is so beautiful, and the depth of their authors' faith so evident. But this isn't only for former Episcopalians/Anglicans. Anyone who wishes to pray in an exalted English--a kind of "dialect of prayer," reserved only for speaking to God--should invest in this small, beautiful volume. My wife is a cradle Catholic, and I just bought her a copy. She loves it, too, and wants to pray together!

  • 5
    Excellent resource for English-speaking Catholics

    Posted by Christopher on Jun 10th 2019

    The lovely book does not replace the Divine Office and the Mass but is meant to flow from them and into them, in the tradition of "primers" and similar texts. (For the office, search amazon "Ordo 2019 for the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross", and you'll get a book by "Nigel McBain". That Ordo includes the full, usable text of the Office, which you can supplement it with the US/Canada Ordinariate Ordo from the latter's web site, for calendar purposes.) The SGPB expresses what Pope Benedict XVI called "the Anglican Patrimony," with prayers from throughout the history of English (and English-speaking) Catholic and Anglican Christianity. I am excited about this book being part of our normal prayer at home, especially those fit for liturgical seasons and particular needs. This could be a go-to prayer book for any English-speaking Catholic, even those without a relationship to the Anglican patrimony. It will be one of my standard gifts for confirmations, etc.