Traditional Anglican Liturgical English

Is Contemporary English a fit language for the worship of God? asks Vincent Uher. English as spoken today is the language of politicians, newsreaders, radio hosts, newspapers, advertisers … it is a language of lies for the telling of lies.  Is it possible to write liturgical prayers in contemporary English or some form mid-way between contemporary…

Benedictines to Sell Church Treasures worth £100,000

The Catholic Herald reports on this sad sale: About £100,000 worth of treasures from St Augustine’s Abbey in Kent are to be sold at auction next week. The objects being put up for sale include church plate, chalices – including a Charles I chalice made in 1633 and an Arts and Crafts chalice worth £13,000 to…

Altar from Episcopal Church Ends Up on eBay for $49,500

Is this what the Episcopal Church has been reduced to?! An altar from the shuttered St. John’s Episcopal Church in Jersey City has turned up on eBay, for sale by a New York importer at a nearly $50,000 price tag. The eight-foot-high altar has an inscription on the bottom in memory of Edward F.C. Young, a…