Exciting Holiness Hardback
Collects and Readings for the Festivals and Lesser Festivals of the Calendars of the Church of England, the Church of Ireland, the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Church in Wales
by Brother Tristam, Simon Kershaw;
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It had already sold more than 10,000 copies when, lacking an equivalent liturgical resource for the extra saints days in the Celtic calendars, the Church of Ireland, the Episcopal Church of Scotland and the Church in Wales requested an expanded version to included additional prayers and readings for many locally celebrated saints who shaped the faith in these islands.
No reissued by popular demand in a more convenient smaller format, here is a complete resource for Eucharistic worship on all festivals and feast days. An essential resource, Exciting Holiness remains the only volume of its kind, providing prayers and Scripture readings for each day of the calendars of four national Anglican provinces.
Exciting Holiness by Brother Tristam, Simon Kershaw was published by Canterbury Press in May 2007 and is our 2655th best seller. The ISBN for Exciting Holiness is 9781853118067.
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Details for Exciting Holiness
|Page last updated||1st February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Brother Tristam, Simon Kershaw|
|Book Format||ribboned hardback|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (May 2007)|
|Number of Pages||704|