Eric Milner-White was a British Anglican priest, academic, and decorated military chaplain. He was a founder of the Oratory of the Good Shepherd, an Anglican dispersed community, and served as its Superior between 1923 and 1938. From 1941 to 1963, he was the Dean of York in the Church of England.
During his time at King’s College, Milner-White introduced the Service of Nine Lessons and Carols. This was first broadcast in 1928 and has now become a major part of the BBC‘s Christmas schedule. (from Wikipedia.)
Eric Milner-White was a prolific writer and editor of prayers. Since some of his works are still under copyright, we provide links to his works on other websites.
Out of Print, but Available as Searchable HTML
After the Third Collect – Prayers and Thanksgivings for use in Public Worship 1952 – Available in: HTML
Daily Prayer – Available in: HTML
Resources Still in Print
My God, My Glory – Available through Amazon.com
A Procession of Passion Prayers – Available through Amazon.com
A Cambridge Bede Book – Limited availablility through Amazon.com
Cambridge Offices and Orisons – Limited availability through Amazon.com