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Hi, do you know where I can find a copy of the Preces of the Opus Dei?thanks!. The prayers (Preces) of Opus Dei Every day the faithful of the prelature raise their hearts to God through this set of prayers in which they praise. Let us pray for our brethren in Opus Dei. Lord. Grant them eternal rest. life everlasting on account of all of their good works in your na me. your help from your.

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An example familiar to Anglicans and Lutheransin their Matins services is the opening versicles and responses of the Anglican services of Morning and Evening Prayer according to the Book prfces Common Prayer:.

Retrieved from ” https: Anglican church music portal Christian music Portal. Preces Latin precesplural of prex”prayer” are, in liturgical worshipshort petitions that are said or sung as versicle and response by the officiant and congregation respectively.

Christe, Fili Dei vivi, miserere nobis. Ad Iesum Christum Regem.

Et de Sion tuere eos. Ad Sanctum Iosephmariam Conditorem nostrum. Salvos fac servos tuos, Deus meus, sperantes in te. In the concluding prayers, the faithful invoke God once again in the certainty of being heard, and trusting in his mercy they ask him that their hearts and their very being may be set alight with the fire of the Holy Spirit.

The responses continue later in the service, after the Apostle’s Creed. Ut omnes unum sint, sicut tu Pater in me et ego in te: It was the first common activity of the members of Opus Dei in history.

In the Roman Rite, the term preces is not applied in a specific sense to the versicles and responses of the different liturgical hours, on which those used in the Anglican services are opu.

Hence after addressing words of praise and thanksgiving to the Blessed Trinity, the faithful of the Work go ad Iesum Christum Regemto Jesus Christ the King, who sends them out in order to open up for all men opuz women the divine paths of the earth. They then ask for joy and peacewhich are fruit of the interior struggle, as well as a time for true penance, the grace and consolation of the Holy Spirit, and perseverance in Opus Dei.


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There are many musical settings of the text, ranging from largely homophonic settings such as those by William Byrd and Thomas Morleyto more elaborate arrangements that may even require organ accompaniment. Cum adsit aliquis Sacerdos, dignior ait: This particular form has existed in all of the liturgical churches since well before the Reformation.

In earlier iterations of the Roman Breviary beforehowever, the preces proper referred to a series of versicles and responses which were said either standing or kneeling, depending on the day or season in which the prayers were to be uttered.

These words of the founder of Opus Dei are a faithful reflection of his constant teaching: They are in the form of a litanywith a short response usually miserere nobis – have mercy on us to each invocation. Webarchive template wayback links. And since it is a family prayer there is also a petition for the other faithful of the prelature: Oremus pro unitate apostolatus.

In the Roman Rite Liturgy of the Hoursthe word preces is freely used in the Latin text with its generic meaning of “prayers”, but it has a specialized meaning in reference to the prayers said at Morning and Evening Prayer after the Benedictus or Magnificat and followed by the Lord’s Prayer and the concluding prayer or Collect.

Catechism of the Catholic Churchnos. Yaniz [1] Intimate Notesno.

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This form of prayer has ceased to be used in the Roman Rite, aside from some of the more traditional groups. In the Catholic prelature of Opus Deithe Preces are vei special set of prayers said by each member every day.

In the most widely used English translation of the Kpus of the Hours, they are referred to as Intercessions, and are very similar to the General Intercessions found within the confines of the Mass. Allen describes its contents as follows: They also ask him to bring to completion, through his inspiration and aid, all their actions: This form of prayer ;reces one of the oldest in Christianityfinding its source in both the pre-Christian Hebrew prayers of the Psalms in Temple Worship, [1] Contents.


There were two forms, the Dominical or abridged preces, and precees Ferial or unabridged preces. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The prayers end with a greeting that evokes the human and supernatural warmth of the early Christians: This form of prayer is one of the oldest in Christianityfinding its source in both the pre-Christian Hebrew prayers of the Psalms in Temple Worship, [1].

The prayers have undergone several prees through time. The Preces, which is called “the universal prayer of precez Work”, is described by one journalist as including “blessing of everyone from the Pope to Virgin Mary to the prelate of Opus Dei”.

The Preces then include a number of petitions: Next comes a prayer for unity in the apostolate — following the example of Christ at the Last Supper: They have been approved by my confessor. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Views Read Edit View history. Both links in Spanish. The prayers Preces of Opus Dei Format. Preces and responses Magnificat Nunc Dimittis.

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Here follows the Dominical preces from the common Prime office, from an edition of the pre Breviary online. This page was last edited on 18 Octoberat About Opus Dei Books and texts. When a priest is present, he gives a blessing, asking that the Lord be in your hearts and on your pous. They vary with the seasons AdventChristmastideLentEastertideand Ordinary Timebeing repeated generally only at four-week intervals, and with the celebration of saints.

In this way, within this small part of the great family of God which is the Church, the scene from early Christianity which St Luke writes about is repeated: