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Videos of the Anglican Use Mass

Posted by james0235 on August 4, 2008

Over the past couple of weeks Fr. Christopher Phillips has posted some videos of the Roman Rite Anglican Use Masses that were celebrated at his parish during the recent Anglican Use Conference. Visit his blog for pictures.

Here are the videos:

Anglican Use Mass concelebrated by 3 bishops

Opening Procession

Requiem Mass

Introductory Rite



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Book of Divine Worship now online

Posted by james0235 on June 28, 2008

The Book of Divine Worship, used by the Roman Catholic Anglican Use parishes in the United States, is now available in pdf format.

The Book of Divine Worship (BDW) is a kind of combination Sacramentary and Liturgy of the Hours in one volume. The Lectionary used in these parishes is that of the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite.

I am happy to see this book online. I got my copy a few years ago and it is an impressive (and very big) book. It is now out of print in anticipation of possibly incorporating the material from the upcoming new translation of the Roman Missal into the 2nd edition.

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