The Laws And Usages Of The Church And The Clergy (volume 6) by William Henry PinnockThe Laws And Usages Of The Church And The Clergy (volume 6) by William Henry Pinnock

The Laws And Usages Of The Church And The Clergy (volume 6)

byWilliam Henry Pinnock

Paperback | February 3, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1863. Excerpt: ... warden, or Parish-Clerk. The Wine may be red or white, Tent, or Claret, or Port, are usually preferred; but whether it may be mixed with Water is a controverted subject. This we have also handled in Vol. C, and need not, therefore, enlarge upon the question here. The SuBPitrs Bbead And Wine. (43) . 'And if any of the Bread and Wine remain uncon'secrated, the Curate shall have it to his own use: 'but if any remain of that which was consecrated, 'it shall not be carried out of the Church, but the 'Priest, and such other of the Communicants as he shall 'then call unto him, shall, immediately after the Bless'ing, reverently eat and drink the same.' 704.--The unconsecrated Bbead and Wine brought into the Church, which remains over and above what is required, 'the Curate shall have to his own use:' because the Bread and Wine are no longer common Bread and Wine, having been dedicated to God; and are looked upon in the light of a portion of the Offerings, which in primitive times the Clergy were entitled to a share of. It is the common practice to appropriate, what surplus there may be, to the poor sick Parishioners. The term ' Curate' here is he that has the 'cure of souls.' 705.--But the consecrated Beead and Wine, which remains, should be divided amongst the Officiating Clergymen, and the Communicants who may be near the Altar, and desire it. The term 'reverently' is thought to imply 'kneeling,' as at the time of communicating; but this is not always practised. The reason of the injunction that it shall 'not he carried out of the Church' is, that formerly, and in the Romish Church at the present day, the consecrated Elements would be applied to superstitious uses. The Laity would frequently take away privately a portion of the Bread, and keep it as a 'charm,' ...
Title:The Laws And Usages Of The Church And The Clergy (volume 6)Format:PaperbackDimensions:158 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.34 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217120652

ISBN - 13:9780217120654