- Yes - by golly, the 6s somehow became 9s! Time for new specs and/or new
In a message dated 3/9/2010 3:42:57 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
I think your 6's did a backflip, David. :) ... 1662 is still official.
Common Worship is the standard alternative, and its rubrics are noted
for allowing just about all of the alterations necessary to do the
Roman Missal liturgy, so parishes using the Roman Missal are, I
believe, now authorized under the CW rubrics.
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 2:27 PM, <dlewisaao@...> wrote:
> Anglo-Catholics have for many years used the Anglican, English or
> Missal which builds in RC ceremonial from pre-Vatican II practice. I've
> seen similar publications that do the same with contemporary Episcopal
> in an Episcopal setting. And for that matter, I'm aware that some
> Evangelical/Charismatic parishes use the BCP pretty much only as a guide,
> recalling that this was more the case in the 1960s with some of the more
> The "official" liturgy of the Church of England remains the 1992 BCP, if
> recall correctly. However, there are of course officially sanctioned
> alternate services widely used. So it is not to be unexpected that may
> Anglo-Catholic parishes use the local Roman missallettes.
Scott R. Knitter
Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois USA
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