Re: Word & Sacrament Re: [liturgy-l] Re: Albs not cassocks
- Once the deacon has prepared everything at the altar, he and the
subdeacon join the celebrant-in-cope at the bottom step, where the
celebrant kneels and is helped off with the cope and on with the
chasuble. Only reason I know of is because it says to do that in our
Today I was the acolyte who accepts the cope from the deacon and
whisks it off to the clergy sacristy, where I laid it out atop the
On 3/11/07, dlewisaao@... <dlewisaao@...> wrote:
> In a message dated 3/11/2007 4:51:00 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> mwmp@... writes:
> So my question to you is this: do you believe your
> disagreement is with the Presider who changes her clothes or with the
> theology of the folks who wrote and laid out the BCP?
> It is with the Presider who changes clothes midway, because this changing
> symbolically breaks down the unity or continuity of the overall Eucharistic
> David Lewis
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Scott R. Knitter
Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois USA
- Tom wrote and I snipped:
> 1. Why was this reader doing anything with her hands?Don't know. For the session, I was not worrying too much about anything
gestic just speech. If I have the person again next year, I'll ask. I would like to
know what she thinks is happening.
> 2. When first introduced to orans position, ... A search for sourcesI would be very happy to see any sources posted.
> within my library will follow.