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Vernacular EF

11/22/2012 new
What would people think of allowing the use of the EF in say Elizabethan English, which isn't exactly colloquial English?

Here's a video of an invalid celebration of the 1920 Missal in Elizabethan English and Latin at St. Clement's Episcopal Church in Philadelphia.

www.saintclementsphiladelphia.org
11/23/2012 new

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11/23/2012 new

(Quote) John-220051 said: What would people think of allowing the use of the EF in say Elizabethan English, which isn't exactly...
(Quote) John-220051 said: What would people think of allowing the use of the EF in say Elizabethan English, which isn't exactly colloquial English?

Here's a video of an invalid celebration of the 1920 Missal in Elizabethan English and Latin at St. Clement's Episcopal Church in Philadelphia.

www.saintclementsphiladelphia.org
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The High Church Episcopalians had an Hieratic English Missal which they used in their liturgies. There was some talk of allowed it for the Anglican Use, but the form used is the Book of Divine Worship, initially published in 1980 as a use of the Ordinary Form of the mass, and one I would very much love to experience.

That said, there was in fact uses of the Tridentine Mass in vercular in some places. In the East, there are forms said in Old Church Slovonic, while there was also a form where some of the parts were in the language of the Mohawk, the Book of the Seven Nations.

www.newliturgicalmovement.org

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