Vol II No. 2

The classic prayer book for the 21st century

Drew Nathaniel Keane

Liturgical renewal has taken center stage recently among Anglicans and the 1662 Book of Common Prayer in particular has been much in the spotlight. In 2018 the General Convention of the Episcopal Church (Resolution A068) invited Bishops to “engage worshiping communities in experimentation and the creation of alternative texts” — that is, alternatives to the 1979 — opening the door to the rediscovery of old liturgies as much as to the development

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