Posted by: fatherdan | February 18, 2010

Second Printing Ordered for “Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition”

Although Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition has only been on sale for just under six weeks, the first print-run is almost sold out and a second print-run has been ordered and will be arriving in stores soon!  In other news, international distribution has now been arranged and international customers and international trade booksellers are now able to order from Forward Movement in the U.S.  (see the ordering page for details)

Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition is a new resource intended for clergy, lay visitors, lay anointers, chaplains, parish nurses, liturgy planners and prayer groups, compiled from official prayer books from around the Anglican Communion.  The compiler, the Rev. Daniel F. Graves, a priest and writer in the Anglican Diocese of Toronto, offers a theological introduction to the expansive and holistic nature of prayer in the Anglican Tradition and includes pastoral rubrics with each section detailing how the prayers might be used within various pastoral and liturgical contexts.

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