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First outdoor church-in-a-box, surrounded by redwoods

First outdoor church-in-a-box, surrounded by redwoods

  Celebrated a 1928 BCP said (and social-distanced) mass using an  antique chaplain portable altar . 

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1817 Altar Design, Caspar David Friedrich

1817 Altar Design, Caspar David Friedrich

1817 Altar Design By Caspar David Friedrich  pencil, ink and watercolour 54.8 x 43.7 cm

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St Brigid and St Patrick

St Brigid and St Patrick

St Brigid and St Patrick by Josephine Freitas

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I Am the Way, by Ade Bethune

I Am the Way, by Ade Bethune

Ade Bethune (original edit from book cover)

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How John Stott Prepares a Sermon

I. Choose your text A. It is best to rely on expository book studies for the steady diet of your people, because this ensures they will g...

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Vestments Lost in Translation

Vestments Lost in Translation

Unlimited opportunities for arbitrary choice! Colors durable, strong, and do not argue! Fairy flowers! via Monastic Chasubles - Ackerman...

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Some Prayer Book and Authorized Version pronunciations

via Anglican Catholic Liturgy and Theology : Concupiscence  (three uses in Paul) – pronounced ‘con-cue-pa-sense’, with a slight stress on...

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Annotating Texts (James K A Smith and Russell Moore)

From James K A Smith : Your notation should be a way for you to keep track of the thread of an argument. So on one level, you should be u...

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SEVEN TIMES A DAY DO I PRAISE THEE

SEVEN TIMES A DAY DO I PRAISE THEE

via Star of the Sea Books : "SEVEN TIMES A DAY DO I PRAISE THEE" Ellard. Christian Life and Worship (1946). Illustration by A...

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Western Rite liturgical etiquette

From https://mydevourer.blogspot.com/2012/02/letter-from-fr-patrick.html : Dear Beloved, Our chief work and path to salvation is the wors...

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A Simple Argument Against Internet Communion

Fr Brench : The 1549 Prayer Book had a couple other gestures directed which are often used today, but only one survived through the cou...

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