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	Many thanks to those of you who responded to my query. If I am
correct, the gist of your answers was that during the fourteenth and
fifteenth centuries the sermon and the homily were considered as one and
the same and in is only modern interpretations that have seen the two as
performing a different liturgical function.
	This, however, leads me to ask a follow on question. I am a thesis
student writting a comparison of Lollard and Orthodox middle English
sermons but have handicapped by a lack of available Orthodox sources.
However, ample homilies exist, particularly in the E.E.T.S. series and it
has been suggested that I supplement my Orthodox sermons with homilies.
What do others think? is this acceptable or would I be pushing my luck too
far?
		Cheers,
		Marcus.




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