Friends, Here is a statement by an ordained liturgical historian which I would like to ask your thoughts on: The Humble Access begins: "We do not presume to come to this thy table, merciful Lord...", and is said kneeling toward the holy table. If placed before the consecration, the priest is facing mere bread and wine. If placed after the consecration, the priest is praying before the consecrated elements of the Mysteries. Apart from the position of the comfortable words, the 1928 American, the 1962 Canadian, and the 1549 English BCPs have the same order of service for the Eucharist. Cranmer, already a reformer by 1549, did not consider it idolatrous to place the "Humble Access" after the Consecration. Does all this mean that loyal Anglo-Catholics can legitimately call themselves 1549 Anglicans, and loyal Evangelicals can call themselves 1552 Anglicans? Is the difference between these three years one of legitimately-differing views of the Real Presence?