Visual Prayer

The Book of Common Prayer uses ancient Christian songs, known as canticles, in Morning and Evening Prayer. The words of these songs are beautiful whether they are said or sung. They also evoke beautiful images that create a visual way of prayer.

The name of the canticle in the visual prayer video below is Kyrie Pantokrator, meaning “Lord Almighty.” The Book of Common Prayer suggests this prayer during the season of Lent.

 

 

Images used in this video were obtained via wikipaintings.org and apply to fair-use principles or public domain usage.

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