"Catacombs Worshipper" by Peter Kline / http://peterklineart.virb.com/
Used by kind permission.
Robert Gribben and Stephen Burns are organising a seminar to consider The Future of Common Prayer, to be held at Trinity College Theological School on May 4, 2018. Speakers are:
JOHN FRANCIS FITZHERBERT
The seminar will form the basis for a book with contributions also from:
DEIDRE PALMER BOSCO PETERS
Expressions of interest are welcome: If you'll be attending, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN / Friday. May 4, 2018
WHERE / Trinity College Theological School, Royal Parade, Parkville (Yarra tram 19, stop 12)
COST / FREE!
The seminar and book are coming at a time when liturgical revision in on the agenda of a number of traditions. In the Roman Catholic Church, questions are being heard about current and future sacramentaries (see Lost in Translation). In the Anglican Church of Australia, some revision is being proposed--if not a new prayer book, then an expanded range of web-based provisions. And around the Anglican Communion, the Church of England is experimenting with Messy Church eucharists (see Beyond Common Worship) and the Episcopal Church is embracing change. See Miranda Hassett's blog, Revision Matters, and for a contribution to the North American discussion by two people involved in the Melbourne seminar, see Bryan Cones and Stephen Burns' article "A Prayer Book for the Twenty-first Century?" from the fall 2014 edition of Anglican Theological Review: http://www.anglicantheologicalreview.org/static/pdf/articles/burns_cones.pdf