Anglican Service Book
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The Anglican Service Book was an edition in traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church (United States). The book was adapted from the 1979 version as well as other sources such as the Anglican Missal, the Sarum Missal and the Book of Occasional Services. The rubrics of the 1979 book allow for such a work without providing all of the necessary texts. The book was offered to facilitate worship in the traditional language of Anglicanism. The Anglican Service Book was published by the Church of the Good Shepherd in Rosemont, Pennsylvania. The book is principally used by Anglo-Catholics.
The 1979 Book of Common Prayer emerged in the midst of the liturgical renewal movement that began early in the 20th century and produced the liturgical reforms of the Second Vatican Council. While the various Anglican prayer books published during and after the English Reformation in the 16th century had already addressed many of the concerns of this movement (such as the use of the vernacular and a daily office for the use of all), the movement did have a profound effect on contemporary prayer book revision in the churches of the Anglican Communion. The 1979 BCP provides many additions to the liturgical life of the church, such as Compline and the Proper Liturgies for Special Days.
The rubrics of the 1979 prayer book provide for traditional language without providing all of the necessary texts: "In any of the Proper Liturgies for Special Days, and in other services contained in this Book celebrated in the context of a Rite One service, the contemporary idiom may be conformed to traditional language." and "When it is desired to use music composed for them, previously authorized liturgical texts may be used in place of the corresponding texts in this Book." (page 14, 1979 Book of Common Prayer). These rubrics cannot be followed without the use of "supplemental texts", as the traditional idiom involves more than substituting "thee" and "thou" when addressing God; syntax and cadence are also important. Since 1976, when the proposed book was issued, many parishes have sought to work within the confines of these rubrics while not having the resources in one book to make this easily possible. Congregations have produced many photocopied drafts of service material and parishioners have had to balance prayer books, parish Mass books, and bulletin inserts. This has not made it easy for newcomers or regular members to follow services.
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