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It has been one liturgical year since we started historiclectionary.com during the week leading to Septuagesima 2008. The site has slowly but surely grown. Right now as I see it, the sight has 3 or maybe 4 different uses: 1. … Continue reading
I love the historic lectionary. The rhythm of the readings, the Psalms and Introits, the use of traditional hymnody that speaks references it directly, it flows in a way that is beautiful, reverent and stirring. It stirs up the faith, … Continue reading