June being the month and Friday the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, some may think that this “Continental” devotion has nothing to do with the Anglican Patrimony. As I wrote elsewhere a few years ago, nothing could be further from the truth. This Sacred Heart altar at St. Mary’s, Kettlenaston, Suffolk, is typical of those Anglo-Catholic parishes between the Wars that fostered this devotion.
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