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Author(s): Andrew Burnham
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A daily prayer companion for the many Christians who would describe themselves as Anglo-Catholic (and who comprise one-third of the Church of England), this is a complete resource with orders of morning, midday, evening and night prayer. It also provides variations for the liturgical seasons, holy days, festivals, initiation and healing, prayers for the rosary and Station of the Cross and prayers in preparation for the Eucharist. A portable, abridged version of the daily devotional companion, it contains the full text of the larger volume apart from the Psalms and Canticles, the optional Eucharist prayers and the longer daily readings. Ideal for travellers or as a confirmation gift.
Andrew Burnham served as the Bishop of Ebbsfleet from 2000 to 2010. He resigned in order to be received into the Roman Catholic Church and was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest for the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham on 15 January 2011.
"I liked the original Manual when it came out in 2001, but its size did make it look, at a time when Common Worship was all over the place, as though it were a resource book (...). Believe me, this is better. Smaller, neater, lighter, it looks and feels exactly what it claims to be, a pocket (...) manual. It has added the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary, introduced in 2002, and omitted some of the more complicating alternatives. There is nothing spiky or sectarian about it; it is rich and eineric and can be used by anyone who wants deepen their own like of prayer, Use it, pray it, love it." NEW DIRECTIONS, AUGUST 2004.