The Book of Common Prayer, a work considered by many to be as influential as the King James Bible and the plays of William Shakespeare, turned 350 this month.
The Rev. Richard Hoyal, vicar of Christ Church in Bristol, England, told a British publication that even in an increasingly secular England the BCP holds an appeal.
"The people who come here to worship do so because they enjoy hearing this traditional form of service â there is a continuity and beauty to it that the more modern versions of Anglican service just don't have," said Hoyal to the Western daily Press....
It's really too bad the new royals didn't use the THE FORM OF SOLEMNIZATION OF MATRIMONY which can be found on this page. Now banns might be a little much but the rest of the stuff is really, really good.