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Epiphany the Sarum way

by Margaret Duggan

FOR MANY PEOPLE, Christmas and Epiphany are now past, and the crib figures have been put away for another year. But not in Salisbury Cathedral. There they keep close to the Sarum Rite pattern of worship, which has, says its Dean, the Very Revd June Osborne, “a very particular approach to the month of January”. The splendid crib is kept in its central place, the Epiphany Procession is held well into the Epiphany season (and when the choir has returned from its ...

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