Consultation on Common Texts

The Consultation on Common Texts (CCT) is a North American ecumenical consultation which produces English-language liturgical texts and lectionaries. Members of CCT include representatives from over twenty church bodies across North America. The CCT was responsible for compiling the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) and, as a member body of the international group English Language Liturgical Consultation* (ELLC), helped to produce Praying Together (a collection of common liturgical texts). The CCT was formed in 1969, spurred by the reforms of the Second Vatican Council (see Roman Catholic hymnody, USA*). Roman Catholic and Protestant liturgical scholars met to work out common English...

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