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- Lessons and Carols throughout the year
- King's College, Cambridge began an Advent Procession with Carols in 1934.
- St. John's College, Cambridge began an Advent Carol Service in 1956. Advent Carol Service 2018
- Christmas - King's College, Cambridge (see our Episode 033)
- Lent/Holy Week - A Meditation on the Passion of Christ - 10 March 2018 from St. John's, Cambridge
- Easter - see Easter from King's and also Via Lucis. Consider also: The Great Vigil of Easter as the progenitor of Lessons and Carols.
- Fixed elements of the Epiphany Season
- The Epiphany - January 6
- The Baptism of Jesus - The Sunday after the Epiphany
- The Confession of St. Peter - January 18
- The Conversion of St. Paul - January 25
- The Presentation - February 2 (not mentioned in this podcast, but it figures into the Epiphany Carol Service from St. John's, Cambridge - see above)
- The Transfiguration story - The Last Sunday after the Epiphany
- Revised Common Lectionary, Epiphany 2C only: the miracle at the wedding in Cana. This reading was part of the one-year lectionary in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer for the Second Sunday after the Epiphany.
- The traditional three miracles of Epiphany: the Magi (Kings), the Baptism of Jesus, the Wedding in Cana
- Hymn 135: "Songs of thankfulness and praise"
- Hymn 138: "All praise to thee, O Lord" - a hymn that focuses on the miracle at the wedding in Cana.
- Hymn 167: "There is a green hill far away" - actually sung by a semi-chorus of trebles (not a treble soloist as David says in this episode) at the "Easter from King's" service. The author is Cecil Frances Alexander.
- David's cat, Ampney, inserted himself into the over stoles discussion in a way that could not be edited out!
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