Bidding prayer

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Bid´ding prayer`


1.(R. C. Ch.) The prayer for the souls of benefactors, said before the sermon.
2.(Angl. Ch.) The prayer before the sermon, with petitions for various specified classes of persons.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ronnie's daughters and grandson Tom led bidding prayers, recalling his "gentleness and graciousness".
Music will be played by Royal Welsh Band and Corps of Drums of The Royal Welsh from 10.40am until shortly before 11am when the service will begin with bidding prayers and words of scripture given by Cardiff council Honorary Chaplain, Reverend Canon Stewart Lisk.
On the other hand, Israel keeps persecuting religions and disrespecting sanctuaries since the Israeli occupation broke into Al-Aqsa mosque, and formed a military siege, bidding prayers, including women and men under the age of 50, from entering the mosque.
The service will be led by Rev Peter McGrath, with bidding prayers by Canon Bob Evans, of the Mersey Mission to Seamen.
Some will even play a key role in the offertory procession and the bidding prayers - crucial parts of a mass that will be witnessed by millions of people on television around the world.
Students took part in readings, psalms, bidding prayers and song.
Jan remembers: "Last year Charlie had some bidding prayers to say in a special assembly.
"Introductory bidding prayers should be inclusive, in the form of an invocation that opens the community to the divine presence," the guidelines state.
Coventry folk will also play a key role in the offertory procession and the bidding prayers - crucial parts of a mass that will be witnessed by millions of people around the globe.
Pupils from Huyton's Christ the King centre for learning, his former school, led the bidding prayers.
On Bidding Prayers (the kind with congregational responses much of a sameness): "You'd think we have to remind the Lord we're still here!