Sarum

While not directly related to this blog (and on a more personal tone), we have had the opportunity quite recently to visit Salisbury cathedral, home of the Sarum Rite (or Sarum Use, however you would prefer to call it). It is quite curious that in all the explanations one could find at the cathedral no mention was heard of the rite which once was carried out within its walls; neither could any book be found on it in the gift store (though there was one on the Rite of York). Quite an unfortuante situation for those “toursists” of a more liturgical bent. The visit which had been prompted due to this blog bore no fruits for it, alas, but was not its interest.

We hope to be able to visit the Bragan cathedral in the upcoming months and provide some photographs. In the meantime, here follow some pictures taken at Salisbury.

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