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Sales for our new Office of the Holy Ministry greeting card have gone so well that we are getting ready to print more. Before we do that, however, we’d like to advertise a bulk order offer for those of you … Continue reading
We have added the third installment of our popular free download: Solid Declaration readings formatted as bulletin inserts for Holy Trinity through Trinity 5. Find them here in our Downloads tab. Bulletin inserts for the remaining Sundays in Trinity will be posted in the … Continue reading
“Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Highest, Who now no longer walkest on earth in suffering and humiliation, but sittest on the right hand of God the Father, mighty Lord over all that is in heaven and on earth; Who … Continue reading
Audio: Listen to Hymn for Ascension chanted. A hymn of glory let us sing; New songs throughout the world shall ring: Christ, by a road before untrod, Ascendeth to the throne of God. The holy apostolic band Upon … Continue reading
“The danger of the traditional rites and ceremonies degenerating into formalism and even superstition has shown itself here and there in all ages. But the same danger is manifested in the use of nontraditional rites and ceremonies of the so-called … Continue reading
With call services just over a week away for our seminarians in Fort Wayne and St. Louis, it is the perfect time to debut our new Office of the Holy Ministry greeting card. You may recognize this artwork from the … Continue reading
It may still be Easter, but it’s time for us to begin the search for Christmas card art. In the past few years, we have created cards with frescos from a German cathedral and oil paintings by Ed Riojas. This … Continue reading
“Ritual and ceremonial are component parts of the liturgy. They are materials of the liturgy, the things involved in doing the liturgy….Ritual refers to that part of a divine service which consists of its words, that is, the rite or … Continue reading
“The fruit of the tree is on the paten and in the chalice. The angel of death passes over. He has no claim upon us. We belong to God. We bear His watery name. We eat at His table. We … Continue reading