St Paul’s (REC) Baton Rouge: Lenten Resource Booklet

Continuing our series highlighting some newly-discovered  excellent and explicitly *ANGLICAN* Lenten devotional resources


Wow!!  I’m surprised I’ve not come across this before.  This small booklet produced by St. Paul’s Anglican Baton Rouge, an REC parish, looks to be MUST READING for Anglicans serious about Lent

The table of contents for the full booklet is here.

Here is a list of the articles.

In addition to a sermon and some resources from the rector of the parish, this contains some truly CLASSICAL gems of Anglican devotion and prayer:

– Excerpt from a sermon by the Rt. Rev. Wm. Ingraham Kip D.D.Bishop of California. New York: Pott, Young and Company 1874.

– Lenten reflections and wisdom from the Rt. Rev. A.C.A. Hall, Bishop of Vermont, 1891

– Prayers from the 1928 BCP

– A prayer for Lent by Bishop Jeremy Taylor

– A Prayer that God Would Grant Us the Graces and Virtues of the Christian Life, by Richard Hele (Hele’s Select Offices of Private Devotion, 1856)

– Excerpts from the Good Friday Addresses on the Seven Last Words of Our Lord, by the Rev. George Hendric Houghton, 1880

What a WONDERFUL & beautiful collection of Lenten resources with some true jewels from our heritage as Anglicans!


For more of our recently-posted ANGLICAN Lenten devotional resources, check out our Anglican Heritage category


2 Responses to St Paul’s (REC) Baton Rouge: Lenten Resource Booklet

  1. […] 3: St Paul’s REC in Baton Rouge (linked above for their daily audio devotionals) also has a FANTASTIC Lenten resource booklet with 8 articles and resources for Lent from Classical Anglican sources.   All Anglicans should […]

  2. […] great resource from the collection of articles in the Lenten Guide published by  St. Paul’s Anglican Baton Rouge.  The following article is by the Rev. Dr. S. Randall Toms, St. Paul’s […]

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