The Sign of the Cross in the Western Liturgies (Alcuin Club Tracts No. VII) by E Beresford-Cooke


Publisher: Longmans Green and Co. 1907
Hardback, no dust-jacket

Condition: Original linen-backed printed boards-label stain on front-board and ‘cancelled’ inscription on front endpaper. Endpapers tanned, otherwise a very good copy.

Concerning some of the more important features which disclose themselves upon an examination of the use of the sign of the cross in Western Liturgies.

The Alcuin Club was an influential group of conservative clergy devoted to preserving and restoring the liturgy of the Church. These tractarians were men of diverse talents and passions—theologians, musicians, architects, and more—united by a devotion to the sacred and beautiful traditions of the Church.

 

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