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A gift to any liturgical lovers out there — a 3 min video of the Sarum Rite (Use of Salisbury) High Mass being celebrated at Merton College, Oxford on the Feast of Candlemas, 1997.

Simply divine.

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Even though they draw different conclusions, in the West both Catholics and Protestants operate with identical premises in the sense that they both seek the security of an external authority that would serve as the guarantor of theological truth. In Catholicism this external dogmatic authority came to reside in the teaching magisterium of the church as expressed in the primacy and infallibility of the papacy, whereas in Protestantism there arose, in reaction to papal hegemony, the external criterion of sola scriptura. By contrast, rather than an external theological authority over and speaking *to* the church, Orthodoxy proposes an idea of internal truth within and living *in* the church - the Spirit of God himself.

Daniel Clendenin, Eastern Orthodox Christianity (via audaciousadorablosity)
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