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Author: Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707.
Title: The Christian sacrifice a treatise shewing the necessity, end, and manner of receiving the Holy Commvnion : together with suitable prayers and meditations for every month in the year, and the principal festivals in memory of our Blessed Saviour : in four parts.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Christian sacrifice a treatise shewing the necessity, end, and manner of receiving the Holy Commvnion : together with suitable prayers and meditations for every month in the year, and the principal festivals in memory of our Blessed Saviour : in four parts.
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707.

London: Printed by R.N. for R. Royston ..., 1671.
Notes:
Errata: p. 509.
Includes bibliographical references.
Imperfect: engraved front., engraved title page, lacking in filmed copy.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Lord's Supper -- Meditations.
Lord's Supper -- Prayer-books and devotions.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56616.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustration
TO THE READER.
THE CONTENTS
imprimatur
preface
text
PART I. Of the Obligations we have to Communicate.
PART II. Concerning the Ends and Purposes of this Holy Action.
PART III. Containing a familiar way of disposing our selves to Communicate with Profit and Pleasure.
PART IV. Containing several other Meditations, together with Prayers sutable to this Action.
January.
Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer.
A Meditation after the Sacrament.
The Prayer.
February.
The Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer before.
Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer.
March.
Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Praye
April.
The Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer.
A Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer.
May.
Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Prayer and Thanksgiving afterward.
June.
The Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer before.
A Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
July.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Prayer and Thanksgiving afterward.
August.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
September.
The Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
October.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
November.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
December.
The Meditation before the Sacrament.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
On the Feast of the Nativity, OR Christmas-Day.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
On Newyears-day, if there be a Communion, may be added this short Meditation.
And this short Prayer.
A short Meditation after.
And this Thanksgiving and Prayer may be added afterward.
Easter-day.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer of afterward.
This short acknowledgment may be used sometime that Week.
Ascension-day or Sunday.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
Whitsunday.
The Meditation before.
The Prayer before.
The Meditation afterward.
The Thanksgiving and Prayer afterward.
ERRATA.