Only the Church of England would sign its own death warrant.
Tag: Book of Common Prayer
Lead Kindly Light
I found myself transported back to the time of Cardinal Newman this evening, sitting in a glum old seaman’s church on the coast at Walmer.
Psalm 42- Where is Now Thy God?
Like as the hart desireth the water brooks, so longeth my soul after thee O God.
Alone in a Pew
If you are going to go to church, go alone and go when it is empty.
Matins in a country church
In a lifelong search for meaning, I have found little to compare with matins in an English country church.
Psalm 137: Happy the one who takes your little ones, and dashes them against the rock.
Someone in Canterbury Cathedral (the Dean perhaps?) decided that Verse 9 was going a little far .
Peace which the World Cannot Give?
Can we find peace in this world despite what the Book of Common Prayer says?
The Book of Common Prayer
You do not have to be a Christian to immerse yourself in the timeless reflections of the Book of Common Prayer.