Tag Archives: Reservation of the Blessed Sacrament

Another Hanging Pyx

Here is another hanging pyx, in Dennington (Suffolk), courtesy of Fr Allan Barton in a Facebook article. The church is beautiful. I find it quite similar to mine (see Hanging Pyx Revisited), but with a more complex hoisting system involving … Continue reading

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Hanging Pyx Revisited

Until now, I was unaware of an article on the subject of the hanging pyx, nearly two years old, but which very kindly mentions my humble chapel in France – The Hanging Pyx – a part of the Anglican patrimony. There … Continue reading

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Hanging Pyx

I have just received an e-mail asking me about the hanging pyx. The hanging pyx is an ancient method of reserving the Blessed Sacrament in a church until it was replaced in most places by a tabernacle on the altar … Continue reading

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