Glory and honor be to the Father, and to the + Son, and to the Holy Spirit, now and forever. Amen.
Lift up your hearts. We lift them up to the Lord.
Let us give praise and thanksgiving to God, and to our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who is in heaven. It is good and right so to do.
It is truly good and right, that we should always give thanks to you, O Holy Lord, everlasting Father, almighty God, … Therefore, with angels and archangels, and with all the company of heaven, we laud and magnify your glorious name, evermore praising you and saying:
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of hosts, heaven and earth are full of the majesty of your glory. Hosanna to the Son of David; Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
Hagios, Hagios, Hagios, Kyrie ho Theos. (Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God.)
Truly holy and blessed are you, O God the Father almighty, for you sent your only Son to take on himself our nature and die for the sins of the whole world. By his cross and passion, he bore the burden of our sins and made an end of atoning sacrifices by that one offering of infinite worth.
Christ the Lord and eternal Redeemer, the day before he suffered, on the same night in which he was betrayed, took bread into his holy and venerable hands, and giving thanks, blessed, and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take, eat, this is my + body, which is given for you. Do this, as often as you eat it, for a commemoration of me.” Amen.
Likewise, after supper, he took the cup, saying, “This is the Cup of the New Testament in my + blood which is shed for you and for many for the remission of sins. Do this, as often as you drink it, for a commemoration of me.” Amen.
Doing this, most holy Father, with these your holy gifts, which we now offer you,  we show forth the death of your only-begotten Son, by which we were redeemed, as he commanded us to do until he himself should come again, remembering his glorious passion, resurrection, and ascension, giving you most hearty thanks for the innumerable benefits procured to us by the same.
And we most humbly pray that, by the same Spirit by whom your blessed Son became incarnate for us, the holy and undivided Trinity would bless and sanctify these gifts and creatures of bread and wine, that we, receiving them according to our Savior Jesus Christ’s holy institution, may be made partakers of his most blessed body and blood. Amen.
Graciously hear us, O holy Lord our God, and through these your good gifts sanctified by you, grant us, your unworthy servants, your blessing to life eternal. Amen.
Source: From “Through Your Mercy, O Our God…” Prayers from the Mozarabic Church.
 In the early church, it was the custom for members of the church to present bread and wine as gifts to be used for the celebration of the Lord’s Supper, which is the “offering” (offerimus) mentioned here. Note that the offering of the bread and wine are the only things spoken of as an offering on the part of worshipers or priest. Also, earlier it is noted that Christ “made an end of atoning sacrifices by that one offering of infinite worth.”
God, good and gracious, you have great mercy to all who call on you. Listen to our cry, and in your mercy, take away our offences that we may serve you faithfully here, and stand in your presence in glory hereafter; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
you do not desire the death of sinners,
but you want them to turn to you and live.
Look with pity on the weakness of our mortal nature.
Deliver us from this pestilence.
Do not treat us as our sins deserve,
but look on us in mercy
and return your blessings to us;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.