Book of Divine Worship

Book of Divine Worship

Das Book of Divine Worship ist das grundlegende liturgische Buch der römisch-katholischen Pfarreien mit „Anglican Use“, die auf Grund der Pastoral Provision seit 1980 in den USA errichtet wurden. Es wurde von der vatikanischen Gottesdienstkongregation genehmigt und ist zu unterscheiden von den anglikanischen Liturgiebüchern „Book of Common Prayer“ und „Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England“.


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