An Alternative Form for the Eucharist and Morning and Evening Prayer
by Jonathan Robinson with a foreword by Rt. Revd. John Pritchard, Bishop of Jarrow
Download: The Grail Liturgies
Jonathan has set up The Grail Project to explore liturgy which connects with our spiritual situation today.
What people are saying about The Grail Liturgies:
- "I am always keen to see new forms that really try to break out of simple translation of the traditional ideas, and this is a fine example."
The Most Revd. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
- "This liturgy has a cosmic dimension. With symbols and moments of silence it is a participation in God's communion with the whole Universe. What makes this Liturgy unique is that it brings all the different dimensions of life into their relationship with the Christ."
Adrian B. Smith. (Fr. Adrian Smith is a Catholic priest, and author of a number of books describing the interface between Christian beliefs and the emerging era of new consciousness.)
- "I find parts of it very moving indeed."
The Most Revd Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales, previously Bishop of Bangor.
- "A really creative liturgy, expressing the heart of the Faith for the world of today."
Prof. Paul Badham, University of Wales, Lampeter.
- "Sufficiently traditional to be comforting, sufficiently different to be fresh."
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Biologist and author of several books which explore the nature of consciousness.
- "This Liturgy combines respect for traditional forms, with an openness to contemporary creativity and imagination."
he Rt Revd John Saxby, Bishop of Lincoln and President of the Modern Churchpeople's Union.