Series: Lesser Feasts And Fasts

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Lesser Feasts and Fasts by Episcopal Church
Prayer Book Studies, XVI: The Calendar and the Collects, Epistles, and Gospels for the Lesser Feasts and Fasts by Author Not Indicated
The Proper for the Lesser Feasts and Fasts Together with The Fixed Holy Days (Third Edition) by Episcopal Church1980
Lesser Feasts and Fasts -- 4th Edition by Episcopal Church1988
Lesser Feasts and Fasts 1991 by Church Hymnal Corporation1991
Lesser Feasts and Fasts (1994) by Episcopal Church1994
The Proper for the Lesser Feasts and Fasts 1997: Together With the Fixed Holy Days by Episcopal Church1997
Lesser Feasts And Fasts 2000 by Episcopal Church2000
Lesser Feasts And Fasts 2006 by Church Publishing2006
Holy Women, Holy Men: Celebrating the Saints by Church Publishing2009
A Great Cloud of Witnesses by Church Publishing2015

Related tags


  1. The Book of Occasional Services 2003 by Episcopal Church (1994)
  2. Lectionary Texts - Lesser Feasts and Fasts (1981)
  3. Liturgy for Living by Charles P. Price (1979)
  4. New Zealand Prayer Book -Rev ed.: He Karakia Mihinare O Aotearoa by Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polyne (1989)
  5. The romance of the Book of common prayer by Francis G. Burgess (1930)
  6. Supplemental Liturgical Materials by Standing Liturgical Commission (1991)
  7. The Calendar and the Collects, Epistles, and Gospels for the Lesser Feasts and Fasts and for Special Occasions by Episcopal Church (1963)
  8. A Priest's Handbook: The Ceremonies of the Church (3rd Edition) by Dennis G. Michno (1983)
  9. Ceremonies of the Eucharist: A guide to Celebration by Howard E. Galley (1989)
  10. A User's Guide to The Book Of Common Prayer: Morning and Evening Prayer by Christopher L. Webber (2006)
  11. Reconciliation by Martin L. Smith (1985)
  12. Daily Prayer for All Seasons [English edition] by Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music and the General Convention Office (2014)
  13. Commentary on the American Prayer Book by Marion J. Hatchett (1980)
  14. Commentary on Prayer Book Studies 30 containing Supplemental Liturgical Text by Leonel L. Mitchell (1989)
  15. A concordance to the American Book of common prayer by Milton Huggett (1970)

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