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Lectionary muddle is in the eye of the beholder

From the Secretary of the Liturgical Commission and National Worship Adviser
Sir, - There is, in fact, no trouble ahead - at least on this occasion. In response to Mr Culverwell's letter ( 21 December): there is no mistake in the lectionary for Epiphany 2013.

In 2005, the General Synod made some amendments to the Common Worship Lectionary for Sundays, Principal Feasts ...

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