The Ordinariates and the Book of Common Prayer

Fr Ramsey Williams, East St Kilda Anglican ChurchFather Ramsey Williams, a priest of the Australian Ordinariate, gave an address to the Prayer Book Society at All Saints’ Anglican Church, East Saint Kilda, Melbourne, on Saturday 10th October on the subject of the Ordinariates and the BCP.

To read the text of Father Ramsey’s talk, click on this link.

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4 Responses to The Ordinariates and the Book of Common Prayer

  1. EPMS says:

    Fr Ramsey’s comment about a “mass booklet” as a substitute for a pew missal, until such is produced, is somewhat misleading. The text of the new missal is under copyright; hence only mass cards/leaflets with the people’s responses, etc, will be made available. While looking at the current bulletins which several OCSP parishes post on line I note that none I could find make any reference to licenses under which music settings, words to hymns, etc have been reproduced, either. Perhaps there will be a general tidying up of these issues.

  2. EPMS says:

    https://www.facebook.com/jhnewmanchurch/timeline?ref=page_internal
    In respose to a question about a pew missal, Fr Bartus makes reference to a mass booklet they will contiue to use at Bl John Henry Newman, Irvine, CA, so perhaps I have been misinformed.

    • Rev22:17 says:

      EPMS,

      You wrote: In respose to a question about a pew missal, Fr Bartus makes reference to a mass booklet they will contiue to use at Bl John Henry Newman, Irvine, CA, so perhaps I have been misinformed.

      This might refer to something produced locally with only the options chosen by that particular pastor and congregation.

      Norm.

      • EPMS says:

        Yes, but initially it seemed that such local productions would have to be discontinued (see notice in St John the Evangelist leaflet quoted elsewhere). Now it appears that the booklets can still be used, as long as the text is reproduced exactly from Divine Worship, same fonts, page numbers, etc (to avoid problems mentioned in leaflet) and gets prior approval from Houston.

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