Tag Archives: Liturgy

An Excellent Initiative – Experience of Worship

My attention has just been drawn to this site of resources on medieval liturgy: Experience of Worship Since I had not known about this site, I must assume it is quite new and will evolve in time. My congratulations go … Continue reading

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Candlemas Mass and Office

At last, someone has made the full video available of the Sarum Mass celebrated in Merton College Chapel in Oxford. It was celebrated by the Roman Catholic priest Fr Sean Finnegan in 1997. These were the Masses allowed for Roman … Continue reading

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The Saint Osmund Guild

Some correspondence by e-mail with a list of six persons has brought me to simplify this project and refine its objectives. In particular, I have laid aside the idea of a trust or an association along the lines of a … Continue reading

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Sarum Calendar 2020

The Sarum Calendar for 2020 has been added to Dr William Renwick’s More Documents page. You can download it from there. It begins from 1st January, so if you need the current Advent, you need the final month of 2019. … Continue reading

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Easter Greetings

I wish all my readers a happy Easter full of the joy and hope that comes from the risen Lord. Should any of us have the slightest doubt, let us remember that there is no otherwise explicable way an image … Continue reading

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Sepulto Domino

In the Use of Sarum, we don’t use an altar of repose. The second two hosts of Maundy Thursday are simply put into the hanging pyx. On Good Friday, after the Liturgy of the Presanctified, the third host is put … Continue reading

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Sarum Calendar 2019

The Sarum Calendar for 2019 has been added to Dr William Renwick’s Documents page. You can download it from there. It begins from 1st January, so if you need the current Advent, you need the final month of 2018. It … Continue reading

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