Sunday, December 05, 2010

Ordinariate Watch: The Book of Divine Worship and the Anglican Use Liturgy

The Book of Divine Worship, now out of print, contains the complete texts of the liturgy approved for the Anglican Use Liturgy. Our Lady of the Atonement Church, a Roman Catholic parish of the Archdiocese of San Antonio, and the first of several “personal parishes” erected in the United States for the Anglican Use Liturgy, however, offers The Book of Divine Worship in PDF format for online reading and downloading.

In addition, a Mass celebrated according to The Book of Divine Worship was recorded and is available on DVD.


Charlie J. Ray said...

Are you advertising for them? Perhaps it should be noted that this is not representative of Reformed Anglicanism.

Reformation said...

1. "Ordinariate Watch," Charlie. What does that mean?

2. Regular readers of this blog have a sense of Robin's emphases.

3. This imputation by innuendo by you is unjust and justifies and warrants your daily use of the BCP, including your confession of your sin. Now, go use the Morning Prayer, as we all must. It's a rancourous, unfair, and offensive imputation.

4. Regular readers will get the point. End of the discussion by me about it. Go in earnest repentance.