a free online archive of out-of-print Anglican texts and related modern documents, founded in 1999. Project Canterbury is a free online archive of out-of-print Anglican texts and related modern documents.
It was founded in 1999 by Richard Mammana, and is an all-volunteer effort; it is not affiliated officially with any church body.
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The Society of Mary: The Study of a Devotional Grouping in the Episcopal Church.
By Richard Cornish Martin.
Howard University D.Min. dissertation, 1988.
The History of Christ Church, Pottstown, Pa., by Morison Blake (1964)http://anglicanhistory.org/usa/misc/blake_pottstown1964.pdf
548 issues of "Ave," the parish magazine of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Times Square, New York City, are now available online: http://anglicanhistory.org/usa/smv_nyc/ave/ If you can locate any of the missing issues, please send a direct message to the page administrator.
A new bibliographic directory on Samuel Hinds (1793-1872): http://anglicanhistory.org/england/shinds/
anglicanhistory.org Remarks Upon the Latest Official Documents Relating to New Zealand (Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, February 7, 1838): In a Letter to a Friend. By John Beecham. London: Hatchard, 1838. [External link]
Nineteenth Century Pamphlets at Pusey House: An Introduction for the Prospective User (1961)
The Convocations and South India: What Did the Convocations Decide, and How Does Their Decision Affect the Catholicity of the Church of England?
By E.L. Mascall (1955)
The Server's Guide for Low Mass (1955)
The Book of Common Prayer and the Worship of the Non-Anglican Churches
By William D. Maxwell (1949)
Latin Versions of the Book of Common Prayer
By Frank Streatfeild (1964)
anglicanhistory.org We are anxious to say a few words to you, chiefly concerning the Services of the Church. The way in which to say them, so as to reach you all, has, however, been a difficulty. We have taken occasion to say some of them once or twice in sermons, and have seen with much gratitude the kind attention wh...
anglicanhistory.org A Service of Intercession on Behalf of the Russian Church and People Held on Monday, August 12, 1918, at 6 p.m., in the Church of St. Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square.
New bibliographic directory: http://anglicanhistory.org/usa/bhjones/
anglicanhistory.org Norm of a Plain Celebration: An Outline of the Celebrant's Ceremonial at the Holy Communion: Recommendations to the Class in Ministration at the School of Theology of the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. Sewanee: University of the South, no date.
anglicanhistory.org IT may seem to those who commemorate the Centenary of the Oxford Movement this year that it is pre-eminently a memorial of great men. In the centre of the stage stands Manning, the young inscrutable widower, turning away from his girl-wife’s grave: Newman, the celibate, leans weeping at the church...
Hooker's Theology of Common Prayer: The Fifth Book of the Polity Paraphrased and Expanded into a Commentary on the Prayer Book. [PDF]
By John S. Marshall (1956)
The Canadian Book of Occasional Offices: Services for Certain Occasions Not Provided in the Book of Common Prayer.
Compiled by the Most Reverend Harold E. Sexton, Archbishop of British Columbia (1964)
Butler of Wantage: His Inheritance and His Legacy.
Westminster: Dacre Press, 1948.
The Order of Tenebrae or Mattins and Lauds of the Last Three Days of Holy Week from the Salisbury Antiphoner translated into English and Adapted to the Original Musick-Note
By the Rev. G. H. Palmer (1956)
Prayers for Departed Friends, with a Register for Recording Names and Dates (1925)
The Servants of Christ the King: A Rule of Life for Young People under the Auspices of the American Church Union (1941)
anglicanhistory.org (Being two papers read to a Conference of the Anglican Evangelical Group Movement at S. John’s College, Durham, April 1949.)
The Society of Mary: The Study of a Devotional Grouping in the Episcopal Church.
By Richard Cornish Martin (1988)
King Kamehameha's 1862 preface to the Book of Common Prayer:http://anglicanhistory.org/hawaii/kamehameha1955.pdf
Holy Week Offices: Easter Even
Edited by Massey H. Shepherd, Jr. (1958)
The Family Eucharist (1946)
New bibliographic directory: http://anglicanhistory.org/england/hhhenson/
anglicanhistory.org I OWE the privilege of being your guest this afternoon to the fact that at a time thirty years ago, when Grace Parish was without a Rector and St. Thomas’s without a Church, the two congregations, yours and ours, joined their forces, we furnishing the building and you furnishing the man. Tradition...
anglicanhistory.org The King: A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Hartford on the First Sunday after Trinity, June 23, 1889 before the Graduating Class of Trinity College.
The Correspondence between the Committee on Church Unity of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. and the Commission on Christian unity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S. (1896)
New bibliographic directory: http://anglicanhistory.org/england/wvanmildert/
anglicanhistory.org Infidelity, Not an Involuntary Error, but a Wilful Sin: A Sermon on the Death of the Right Rev. William Van Mildert, Bishop of Durham. By George Townsend. Durham: [No publisher], 1836.
Priest and Pioneer: A Memoir of Father Osmund Victor, C.R., of South Africa. [PDF]
By Doris Thompson (1958)
anglicanhistory.org The Religious Use of Wealth: A Sermon Commemorative of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Preached in Grace Church, New York, Easter-Day, April 10th, 1887.
Updated bibliographic directory: http://anglicanhistory.org/usa/hclay/
anglicanhistory.org The Episcopate A Stewardship: A Sermon Preached in St. Paul's Church, Richmond, Va., at the Consecration of the Rt. Rev. Henry Champlain Lay, D.D., Missionary Bishop of the South-west, on the 18th Sunday after Trinity, October 23, 1859. By Thomas Atkinson. Philadelphia: Episcopal Female Tract Societ...
An extensive new bibliographic directory on Charlotte Yonge is now online: http://anglicanhistory.org/cmyonge/
anglicanhistory.org Two Sermons Preached at S. Matthews', Otterbourne: In Memoriam, C.M.Y., March 31st, 1901. By Robert Campbell Moberly. Eastleigh, Hants: Eastleigh Print. Works, 1901?
anglicanhistory.org Everyone knows that Santa Claus is really Saint Nicholas, and in some countries, such as Germany, the giving of presents at Christmas was associated with this saint because of his generosity. One story is about a man who could not find husbands for his three daughters on account of their great pover...
anglicanhistory.org This little girl, Elizabeth, daughter of the King of Hungary, is running to meet her future husband at whose home she was brought up. They were very much in love, and every time he had been away to some city he would bring her back a present such as a pair of gloves or a bag or a coral rosary. His f...
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