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The Issue of Self-Examination in Relation to Sin
This short form of self-examination is taken from Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Grace-Full Virtues, and Seven Mystical or Spiritual Gifts, by Brother John-Charles, F.O.D.C., Bishop. Self-Published 1999. The Self-Examination, based on the Seven Deadly Sins, is simple and to the point, yet thought provoking. ISBN-10: 096762570X, ISBN-13 978-0967625706
Self-Examination; from Saint Augustine’s Prayer Book.
This format for self-examination is also based on the Seven Deadly Sins. Comprehensive section for each of the seven with detailed subsections in case you aren’t sure what the writer means …
The Saint Augustine’s Prayer Book is available at Anglican Parishes Association Publications.
Questions for Self-Examination; from The Pilgrim’s Path: a Book of Prayers for Busy People.
This format for self-examination is based on the Ten Commandments, and it is thorough. A bit old-fashioned but still relevant some 90 years after it was written. The book is a gem of Anglican “information and instruction” compiled by Frederic E. Mortimer, D.D.; published in 1922. It is out of print, but gently used copies are perodically available on the internet. ASIN: B000P24C1G
An Explanation of the “Gesima” Season (or Pre-lent)
Expanded Lectionary for 1928 BCP – following this expanded edition of the lectionary will take you through the Bible in one year. Created for the year 2009.
A Order for Compline – the “completing” prayers for the day
A History of the Development of the Divine Office (or Opus Dei)