Reviews - What do customers think about The Holy Eucharist : Rites I & II
Large Print Edition?
Only Useful If You're a Veteran Episcopalian Nov 2, 2000
For the truly visually impaired Episcopalian this is a very useful book. The print is very readable. The true problem lies in the fact that it is not paginated like the Book of Common Prayer that is used in the Episcopal Church. If you are a newcomer to the Episcopal Church and not familiar with where things are in the Prayer Book, even with a "Sunday program" or "bulletin" it is difficult to find the appropriate pages in this large print book. The Episcopal service tends to jump around in the Prayer Book. Without reference to the corresponding pages in this large print book, a novice would be lost. Morehouse Barlow used to publish two large print paperbacks, one with the Eucharists Rites I and II and the other with the Psalter...they were paginated the same as the Book of Common Prayer. Why they stopped publishing in this form is beyond me.