Showing posts from April, 2022

In praise of memorial services

"You shall see the comparison between the Paschal Lamb and our sacrament": the value of a 'hotter' Reformation account of the Supper

Forgotten riches: the Psalm canticles at Mattins and Evensong

"We have our Jerusalem": A Hackney Phalanx Sermon for Low Sunday

The peace of Easter: a homily for Low Sunday

"The participation of the benefit of his resurrection": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for Holy Communion on Easter Day

'Through the grave and gate of death': commending an Old High Easter Eve

A short meditation on Cranmer's Good Friday collect

"Not in addition to the one great sacrifice": A Hackney Phalanx sermon on the Sacrament, Good Friday, and Easter Day

"No empty or useless ceremony": absolution at Mattins and Evensong

'Thine ancient people Israel': a call to the Prayer Book Society

"Let us not neglect the solemn opportunity": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for the beginning of Holy Week

"A continuation of consecration by bishops": Donne, the orders of the ecclesia Anglicana, and "our neighbour churches"

"We honour Calvin for his excellent parts": Bramhall on Calvin and the discipline of Geneva

"The remedies of seasonable recollections": A Hackney Phalanx Sermon for the Fifth Sunday in Lent

"The book requireth but orderly reading": In praise of 'boring' worship

The Aroma of the Passion of the Lord: a Sermon for Passion Sunday

"Invincible necessity": Bramhall's Hookerian understanding of the non-episcopal churches