Opening Hymn: #288 “O Worship the King” Holy Communion (through the Creed): pp. 67-71 Collect: 4th Sunday After Easter pg. 174 Epistle: James 1:17 pg. 174  Gospel: John 16:5 pg. 175 A Bidding Prayer: pp. 47-48 Concluding Collects: pp. 49-50 The Blessing: pg. 84 Closing Hymn: #117 “Sing of Mary”

One of my favorite of the ancient hymns is the Latin hymn “Pange, Lingua, Gloriosi Praelium” by 6th/7th century poet and hymnodist Venatius Fortunatus. In the medieval Western tradition, this hymn was usually sung at Matins and Lauds between Passion Sunday and Maundy Thursday, inclusive. The 1940 Hymnal that we use at All Saints contains…

  The All Saints Choir presents A Service of Nine Lessons and Carols. December 22, 2019.

Last night we had our first class on the Confirmation Catechism of the Diocese of the West. We sang a bit, introduced Catechesis, and discussed the significance of the question “What is your Christian name?”  Below is the audio, and the catechism itself can be found here.

A discussion of the Canticles that follow the New Testament Lesson in Morning Prayer according to the 1928 BCP, as well as a rabbit trail discussion on the Anglican perspective on Purgatory.

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