consultation on common texts


the consultation on common texts (cct) is an ecumenical consultation of liturgical scholars and denominational representatives from the united states and canada, who produce liturgical texts for common use by north american christian churches.

a noted work of the cct is the 1992 revised common lectionary (rcl), a collection of readings from the bible arranged and intended for proclamation during the worship of the people of god.  in 2005 the cct published revised common lectionary daily readings, providing a schedule of daily lessons related to the rcl. and in 2012, we released the study edition of the rcl, complete with new introductions and critical apparatus for the readings, noting where they vary from the ordo lectionum missae (roman catholic lectionary) and the previous common lectionary (1993), along with notes from our archives detailing how certain critical decisions were reached.

the cct originated in the mid-1960's as a forum for consultation on worship renewal among many christian churches in the united states and canada.  read more about the history of the cct or its member church bodies.

the reims statement: praying with one voice
on common texts and lectionary in the life of the churches

reims, france, august 16, 2011 pdf document
a colloquium sponsored by the english language liturgical consultation

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� 2011 consultation on common texts

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