Our new triple candle for the Great Vigil of Easter. This time we had it made with the candles in a circle rather than in a line, as research by Dr Warren Woodfin suggested that this was the more authentic shape. The candle is used to bring the New Fire in procession to the Paschal Candle.

The Candle was made by hand of 100% beeswax for us by our friend Agostino, the owner of the Honey Candle Company of Orleans, MA. THANKS!!

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saintignatiusnyc:

Please join us as we celebrate the Feast of the Body and Blood of Our Lord: Corpus Christi with Solemn Pontifical Mass and Procession & Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. 
We will welcome our new Suffragan Bishop, the Rt Rev’d Allen Shin, as celebrant and preacher. 
The Choir of Saint Ignatius of Antioch will offer the music of the mass and sing Jean Langlais’ Messe solonnelle, the motet “O sacrum convivium” by Olivier Messien, and the Benedition hymns “O salutaris hostia”by Marcel Dupre and “Tantum ergo” by Charles-Marie Widor.
A festive reception will follow.
Saint Ignatius of Antioch is a fully inclusive historic Anglo-Catholic parish of the Episcopal Church on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The Church entrance is on 87th Street between Broadway and West End Avenue. For more information, visit our web site

TONIGHT at 7!!!

saintignatiusnyc:

Please join us as we celebrate the Feast of the Body and Blood of Our Lord: Corpus Christi with Solemn Pontifical Mass and Procession & Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. 

We will welcome our new Suffragan Bishop, the Rt Rev’d Allen Shin, as celebrant and preacher. 

The Choir of Saint Ignatius of Antioch will offer the music of the mass and sing Jean Langlais’ Messe solonnelle, the motet “O sacrum convivium” by Olivier Messien, and the Benedition hymns “O salutaris hostia”by Marcel Dupre and “Tantum ergo” by Charles-Marie Widor.

A festive reception will follow.

Saint Ignatius of Antioch is a fully inclusive historic Anglo-Catholic parish of the Episcopal Church on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The Church entrance is on 87th Street between Broadway and West End Avenue. For more information, visit our web site

TONIGHT at 7!!!