The Book of Common Prayer contains a wealth of beautiful prayers, and a worshipful liturgy to add Scripture and Psalms to your daily routine. This is a walkthrough of the Evening Prayer (Rite I) service found in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.
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This video shows highlights of the Anglican Breviary, which is the Elizabethan English translation of the Roman Divine Office while retaining the stylistic tone and timbre of the Book of Common Prayer.
Archbishop Cranmer has been appropriated by both Anglo-Catholics and Anglican evangelicals concerning his Eucharistic theology. But, what did he really believe?
The 39 Articles of Religion summarize the foundation of Anglican or Episcopal faith and practice. Penned by the early English reformers, the document summarizes the particular theology which differs from the Roman Catholic doctrine taught in the 16th century.
If you’re looking to learn more about the Church’s theology and philosophy, there are hardly better sources than the Angelic Doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas. Enroute offers a convenient way to get a daily dose of St. Thomas’ influential work, Summa Theologica. They have a daily newsletter that, for 365 days, will send you a bite-sized […]
The Prayer Book Society, an organization dedicated to educating Christians on the use and beauty of the traditional 1662 Book of Common Prayer, has recorded incredibly high-quality videos on the Holy Communion service. This first video is the Holy Communion service with no commentary, as the service might be done if you were a participant […]
The Cradle of Prayer is a website which houses recordings of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer Morning and Evening Daily Office. Each of the weekly prayers is recorded by a lector and a cantor, meaning you can hear all the call-and-response parts of the Office. Go to The Cradle of Prayer