Today is the Sunday after Ascension, a feastday which we in the Church might see as a footnote to the great events of Holy Week and Easter. Rather than a footnote, however, the Ascension is the culmination of Jesus’ work, the crowning act of the Jesus’ mission on earth. He came to us as a…

According to the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer, 1940 Hymnal, and St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter. Homily by Mr. John Mack, Seminarian at Nashotah House Opening Hymn: #159 “Now that the Daylight Fills the Sky” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 119:33-48 (Page…

Opening Hymn: #301 “Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 16 (Page 357, BCP; Page 15, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Isaiah 57:13b-19 1st Canticle: Te Deum (Page 10, BCP; Page 351, Psalter) 2nd Lesson: Romans 6:3-11 (Page 197, BCP) 2nd…

Opening Hymn: #144 “Lord God We Worship Thee” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 18:1-20 (Page 359, BCP; Page 18, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Deuteronomy 10:17-21 (Page 263, BCP) 1st Canticle: Te Deum (Page 10, BCP; Page 351, Psalter) 2nd Lesson: Matthew 5:43-47 (Page…

Opening Hymn: #107 “Hail Thee Festival Day” Morning Prayer: Begins on p. 5, BCP Venite w/Whitsunday Antiphon: pp. 8-9, BCP (pp. 324-325, St. Dunstan’s) Psalm 145: pp. 520-521, BCP (pp. 209-211, St. Dunstan’s) 1st Lesson: Joel 2:28-32 1st Canticle: Te Deum pp. 10-11, BCP (pp. 351-352, St. Dunstan’s) 2nd Lesson: Acts 2:1-11 pp. 180-181, BCP…

Opening Hymn: #352 “Crown Him with Many Crowns” Morning Prayer: Begins on p. 5, BCP Venite w/Ascension Antiphon: pp. 8-9, BCP (pp. 324-325, St. Dunstan’s) Psalm 24: pp. 368-369, BCP (pp. 28-29, St. Dunstan’s) 1st Lesson: Isaiah 33:5-6, 17, 20-22 1st Canticle: Te Deum pp. 10-11, BCP (pp. 351-352, St. Dunstan’s) 2nd Lesson: John 15:26-16:4…

Guest Homily by John Mack, our Seminarian

Reviewed by John Mack, Seminarian This is one of the most important books I have read since I began seminary. It is a slim book, but in it Dom Nault makes a weighty claim: the most insidious moral evil which afflicts us in the technologically overdeveloped world is the “noonday devil”, acedia. Acedia is a…

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