For those who don’t know him, John Mack is our parish postulant who has just started seminary at Nashotah House in Wisconsin. I highly recommend his blog as a way of keeping in touch.  His latest post, an honest and snarky piece in praise of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer can be found here….

Note: the slides for this class begin on #13.

A how-to video on chanting the Holy Communion service music, especially in a capella settings.

Opening Hymn: #158 “O Splendor of God’s Glory Bright” Psalms: 35-36 OT Lesson: 2 Samuel 18:1-18 NT Lesson: Luke 13:10-End Homily Text: “Of the Salvation of Mankind” from the 1st Book of Homilies, 1547 Closing Hymn #159 “Now that the Daylight Fills the Sky”

By the Rev. Canon Isaac J. Rehberg Canon for Liturgy, CANA West Eve of Lent 1, 2018 Submitted to the Clergy of the Diocese Introduction For almost a decade, orthodox Anglicans in North America have been looking forward to a new Prayer Book that corrects the theological problems from the revisions in the late 20th…

Editor’s note: This was originally published on our blog on February 12, 2017. It has slightly been edited to reflect our current liturgical customs. – IJR+ This morning we begin Septuagesima, the first of three Sundays in “pre-Lent.” This period from Septuagesima to Shrove Tuesday began as a way for monastic clergy to prepare for…

As some of you know, I am a big fan of hats. I have a straw hat for the summer, several felt hats for the winter, and even a top hat for the most special of occasions. A couple of weeks ago, I received a new hat, just in time for Christmas. But unlike most…

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