052 Principal Feast meets principled fast
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Liturgical 🔥🔥🔥 take - the BCP is wrong, the paschal candle gets extinguished after the reading of the gospel on Ascension. This is a ditch I will die in.— FrKeithV (@FrKeithV1) May 19, 2020
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My understanding of the symbolism of extinguishing the Pascal candle was the smoke going up to heaven, so it's purely visual.ReplyDelete