from Liverpool Parish Church.
Epistoller, the Rev. N. E. Humphreys
Gospeller, the Rev. R. S. File
Celebrant, the Rev. Robert Nelson, Rector of Liverpool
The Rt. Rev the Lord Bishop of Liverpool presides and preaches the sermon.
Introit: Hymn to the Trinity
The Lord's Prayer Collect for Purity
The Epistte: Revelation 7, w. 2-12 Gradual: For all thy saints, O Lord
Gospel: St. Matthew 5, vv. 1-12 Creed
Offertory Hymn: What are these that glow from afar (E.H. 203)
Prayer for the Church The Invitation
The Comfortable Words
Prayer of Humble Access Prayer of Consecration
Communion Hymns: Let all mortal flesh keep silent (E.H. 318)
The Cherubic Hymn
The Lord's Prayer
Prayer of Thanksgiving Gloria in Excelsis
For all the saints (E.H. 641)
The Rev. N. E.
The Rev. R. S.
The Rev. Robert
The Rt. Rev the Lord Bishop of
Maxwell Knight shows you some animals which make good pets and gives some advice on how to keep them.
All Your Own
A programme in which children from all over Great Britain have been invited to take part.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.
Presenter (Animal Friends):
Presented by (Animal Friends):
Presenter (All Your Own):
Music directed by (All Your Own):
Editor (All Your Own):
Presented by (All Your Own):
A play by Hugh Ross Williamson.
The action takes place In the Earl of Salisbury's house in the Strand and in Lady Catesby's house in Warwickshire.
William Parker, Baron Monteagle:
Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury:
Father Henry Garnet, S J:
Father Oswald Tesimond, S J:
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