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Re: [liturgy-l] Digest Number 911

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  • frpeterdr@webtv.net
    The use of a hymn after the blessing/dismissal is surely purely untilitarian - it gives the opportunity to - for example - take the ablutions, and get the
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      The use of a hymn after the blessing/dismissal is surely purely
      untilitarian - it gives the opportunity to - for example - take the
      ablutions, and get the altar party out of the sanctuary in a 'tidy'
      manner.

      In Anglicans circles it might be noted that the Lincoln Judgement of
      1890 allows hymns so long as they do not interfere with the integrity of
      the liturgy. With the possible exception of the sermon hymn the
      customary placing of the hymns in an Anglican service usually cover some
      other action such as the Gospel Procession and the offertory.

      Peter+
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