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the Anglican service book of the Church of England

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It was, she explains, within the context of Anglican liturgy that they were 'perceived in work-like terms as an ideal object transcending particularities of version, score or performance and revealing the timeless and unchanging principles of truth'.
It will feature his choral and orchestral works The Magnificat and Nunc Dimitis, both based on Anglican liturgy.
Wren laid stress on practical aspects, such as the appropriate size for performance of the Anglican liturgy, whereas Vanbrugh emphasised the significance of the church as a townscape feature; a basic polarity in Georgian church design.
The rest, including his two Mass settings, the Three Latin Motets, and his sole contribution to the Anglican liturgy, a Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis written for the 1980 Southern Cathedrals Festival, are similarly challenging, but made totally accessible by Christopher Robinson and his superb Choir of St John's College, Cambridge.
Beyond its original designation of Roman Catholic dogma and doctrine, by the 1670s popery, was also used to label other characteristics, such as arbitrary rule, radical motives, as well as Anglican liturgy and church government.
In addition, the structure and the components of Anglican liturgy, coupled with its refined aesthetic which engaged so many of the senses, offered vehicles of transcendence that almost effortlessly brought me to heightened places of contemplation that were familiar from my youth.
Buchanan, a member of the English Liturgical Commission, who provided details of every new Anglican liturgy from 1958 to 1975.
In All's Well that Ends Well, for instance, the biblical references in Painter's Palace of Pleasure and William Jones's Nennio, or A Treatise of Nobility were ignored in favour of a broad range of references to Old and New Testament books, and Anglican liturgy.
At the same time, Snow notes, angels play a prominent role, not only in the Bible but in much Anglican liturgy. "Every Sunday, Anglicans gather at the Eucharist and we sing the angelic chorus--you know, the Sanctus--"Holy, holy, holy"?
Joining it will make them members of the Catholic church but let them keep the Anglican liturgy and patrimony, or collection of ecclesial practices.
In the United States there are six Catholic parishes made up of former Episcopalians who celebrate the traditional Anglican liturgy under the "Pastoral Provision" approved by Pope John Paul II in 1980 (pastoralprovision.org).
Although same-sex "marriage" is not recognized in Britain, homosexuals received almost equivalent legal status from the recent Civil Partnership Act, the registration of which could potentially be followed by a church "blessing." This, for example, was not good enough for two British "gay" clergymen who exchanged vows and rings in May, in a traditional Anglican liturgy at the church of Saint Bartholomew the Great in London.
Having myself participated in Anglican liturgy for many years, including daily chapel at school with occasional incense and plainchant, I can second their testimony.
McCart seems on sure ground when he contends that it was the settlement of the question of authority that directly led to a subsequent flood of new hymnals, and his detailed treatment of this issue in his final chapter is a welcome contribution to the history of the Anglican liturgy.
In her foreword to the volume Linda Hutcheon seizes on Hone's more successful ~parodies of the Anglican liturgy as examples of parodies whose satiric target is different from its parodic vehicle' in that they are not attacking ~a text (or Christianity)' (8).
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