Series: Hymnal studies

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Liturgical Index to the Hymnal 1982 by Marion J. Hatchett5

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  1. A Scriptural Index to the Hymnal, 1982 (Hymnal Studies, 8) by Marion J. Hatchett (1988)
  2. Ceremonies of the Eucharist: A guide to Celebration by Howard E. Galley (1989)
  3. The Book of Canticles Church Hymnal Series II by Episcopal Church (1979)
  4. A manual for clergy and church musicians by Marion J. Hatchett (1980)
  5. A Guide to the Practice of Church Music by Marion J. Hatchett (2000)
  6. The Vestry Handbook: Revised Edition by Christopher L. Webber (2000)
  7. Cantate Domino: Hymnal Supplement "The Hymn Board" by Bishop's Advisory Board on Church Music (1979)
  8. Wonder, Love, and Praise: A Supplement to the Hymnal 1982 by Episcopal Church (1997)
  9. An Episcopal Dictionary of the Church: A User-Friendly Reference for Episcopalians by Donald S. Armentrout (2000)
  10. Enriching Our Worship: Supplemental Liturgical Materials by Episcopal Church (1998)
  11. 1982 Episcopal Hymnal by Church Publishing (1985)
  12. The Oxford Guide to The Book of Common Prayer: A Worldwide Survey by Charles Hefling (2006)
  13. Music by Heart: Paperless Songs for Evening Worship by Church Publishing (2008)
  14. A Priest's Handbook: The Ceremonies of the Church (3rd Edition) by Dennis G. Michno (1983)
  15. Christian Social Witness by Harold T. Lewis (2001)

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