[Magdalen] Eucharistic prayer
Ferdinand von Prondzynski (Emeritus)
f.von-prondzynski at rgu.ac.uk
Sat Oct 19 17:54:25 UTC 2019
Someone here may be able to help me with something.
For some time I have wondered what the significance is, if any, of the difference between the dominical words in most Anglican liturgies and those used by the US Episcopal Church: i.e. 'do this in remembrance of me' as we know it, as against the American '...for the remembrance of me'. The latter formula sounds odd to me linguistically, but I also don't know whether it is supposed to suggest a different theological nuance. Can anyone tell me?
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