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In the Anglican Breviary there are two different Kalendars. The given Kalendar anglicn the most inclusive of feasts and is known as the Universal or General Kalendar.
The same Kalendar is to be found in the Anglican Missal. The latter explains why it is that some feasts are given in italics and breiary it is that the Kalendar as found in the Anglican Missal has two columns:. In this has been inserted in brackets a few Feasts which are of general interest to Anglicans.
Thus the former, which consists only of those Feasts which the editors felt they could recommend for wide-spread usage, furnish a conservative but devout Kalendar observance, and the latter can be used where, and when, and to the extent that, it is found useful or necessary. For that matter, in very few localities is the so-called Universal Kalendar followed exactly.
Rather it is used as the basis of local Kalendars, Feasts being transferred or even suppressed, according to prescribed rules, in order to provide for local liturgical needs. The Anglican Breviary affirms this principle in the Note placed at the beginning of the Proper of the Saints:. The chief problem of any Anglicaan is the Kalendar.
Inasmuch as the Prayer-Book is based on a greatly simplified Kalendar, Anglican tradition may be said to favour those conservative Uses of the Breviary such as the Monastic which do not follow the so-called Universal Kalendar in its entirety.
This latter is most inclusive, and therefore the most complicated Kalendar of any liturgical usage today.
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The latter explains why it is that some feasts are given in italics and why it is that the Kalendar as found in the Anglican Missal has two columns: The Anglican Breviary affirms this anlgican in the Note placed at the beginning of the Proper of the Saints: Therese of Lisieux theology Theotokos Uncategorized.
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