The Book of Common Prayer, again continued

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Recently we have been talking a lot about the Prayer Book both in our blog and around the church. This week is no different.

Last week we shared an article by Calvin Lane on how the liturgical movement shaped the 1979 BCP. This week we offer another article discussing more about the liturgical movement and how key figures of the movement thought about liturgy. A key point in the article is "the Liturgical Movement wasn’t about living in the past, but about the past living with us."