SUGGESTION: Additional books by John Mason Neale

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Apr 11 2020 2:54 PM
  • Letters of John Mason Neale
  • Collected hymns, sequences and carols of John Mason Neale
  • Mirror of Faith: lays and legends of the church in England
  • The ancient liturgies of the Gallican Church
  • Followers of the Lord: stories from children from church history
  • Virgin's Lamp: prayers and devout exercises for English sisters
  • Hymns for Children, in accordance with the Catechism
  • John Mason Neale, a memoir
  • The Hours of our Lord's Passion, being short Prayers for the sick (translated from Gisbert of Tournay)
  • A Few Words to Churchwardens on Churches and Church Ornaments
  • Pictorial Crucifixes - A Letter to the Lord Bishop of Chichester
  • The Lazar-House of Leros: a tale of the Eastern Church in the 17th century
  • The Quay of the Dioscuri: a history of Nicene Times (translated from Macarius)
  • The Words of the Hymnal Noted
  • The Night Hours of the  Church (partial translation by Neale of the Roman Breviary)
  • Hymns suitable for invalids
  • Lent Legends
  • Sermons preached in a Religious House
  • The Triumphs of the Cross
  • Sermons preached in Sackville College Chapel
  • An historical outline of the Book of Psalms
  • Sermons for Children
  • Sermons on the Blessed Sacrament

And, no, that does not give Logos his full works. One could create multiple bundles sermons, hymns, liturgy, history ...

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 12 2020 1:45 PM

SineNomine:

NB: He was an Anglican.

Yes, one of the Oxford Movement / Tractarian chaps.

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 12 2020 5:25 PM

MJ. Smith:

SineNomine:

NB: He was an Anglican.

Yes, one of the Oxford Movement / Tractarian chaps.

Yes.

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