|The Book of Common Prayer|
THE PROPOSED REVISION OF
BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER
UNDER AUTHORITY AND BY RESOLUTION
MOREHOUSE PUBLISHING CO.
REV. L. M. ROBINSON
RESOLVED, the Rouse of Bishops concurring, That the Secretary of the.
House of Deputies be authorized to arrange for the publication, without
cost to the Convention, of a pamphlet, in two parts: Part I. to contain
all the alterations in the Book of Common Prayer, finally adopted at the
Conventions of 1910 and 1922; Part II. to contain the alterations proposed
at the Convention of 1922, and to be finally acted upon at the Convention
Containing the Offices as finally Amended by the General Conventions of 1919 and 1922.
AUTHORIZED FOR USE IN CHURCHES
NOTE. The footnotes in Part I comprise the further amendments in Morning and Evening Prayer that were tentatively adopted by the General Convention of 1922, but which have not yet been ratified and are not authorized for use in Churches.
CERTIFICATE OF SECRETARY.
THE GENERAL CONVENTION
of the Secretary
February 27, 1923.
I hereby certify that the changes appearing in Part I (exclusive of the footnotes) were adopted finally by the General Conventions of 1919 and 1922 and are authorized for use.
The footnotes contain the changes in Morning and Evening Prayer proposed by the General Convention of 1922 and to be finally acted upon in 1925.
CARROLL M. DAVIS
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