Launching on the first Sunday of Advent in 2000, Common Worship is an alternative liturgical text to the Book of Common Prayer. Paul Bradshaw’s Companion to Common Worship is a scholarly commentary on the entire Common Worship Text. Bradshaw surveys the origins and development of each rite in the text, from the New Testament to today. He also provides a detailed commentary on each rite as a whole, and its parts, while providing comparisons to parallel passages in the ASB and Book of Common Prayer. Whether you’re new to the Church or a dedicated student of liturgy, Companion to Common Worship provides everything you need to thoroughly understand the Common Worship text and the development of Anglican liturgy.
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Paul Bradshaw is professor of liturgy at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, and holds a PhD from London University, a DD from Oxford University, and an honorary DD from the General Theological Seminary, New York. Between 1995 and 2008 he served as director of Notre Dame’s London Undergraduate Program, and still teaches there periodically.