Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The part of the liturgy or eucharistic office which succeeds the act of communion.
- n. A collect or prayer, or one of several prayers, said after communion.
- In liturgies, succeeding or following the act of communion; also, used after communion: as, a post-communion collect; the post-communion veil.
“I would have only one post-communion prayer per rite.”
“Also, the post-communion prayers should be modified to reflect the fact that not everyone will normally receive Holy Communion, particularly when it is a wedding or funeral.”
“I would also eliminate the proper post-communion prayers for marriages, ordinations, and burials.”
“I would eliminate one of the options for the post-communion prayer in Rite Two.”
“Then follows a variable antiphon of thanksgiving, a post-communion, and a post-communition, and a dismissal.”
“Here the Mass ends, with apparently no variable post-communion, though these are given in the three Masses in the”
“This is a Sunday post-communion in the Gelasian, for the Sixth Sunday after”
“A dismissal prayer or hymn said or sung at the end of the Greek Mass and at other times during Matins and Vespers; It was originally sung at the end of Vespers, and is very much like the Roman collect or post-communion, inasmuch as it changes for each feast-day of the year and commemorates the subject of the feast.”
“The service ended with a "Let us pray" and collect after Communion, closely followed by the second of the alternative post-communion prayers now in our English office.”
“Our church has stood for hundreds of years and there is no record of a single worshipper being injured in a post-communion wine stupor.”
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