Definition of liturgical:
- "A Short History of the Book of Common Prayer", William Reed Huntington.
They had their uses for ceremonial and liturgical purposes, processions being made to them on Palm Sunday, and it is stated in Young's History of Whitby that " devotees creeped towards them and kissed them on Good Fridays, so that a cross was considered as a necessary appendage to every cemetery."- "Vanishing England", P. H. Ditchfield.
Those benefits are the Episcopate and the Eucharistic Office- the former, to use the very words of your own Bishop Kilgour, " free, valid, and purely ecclesiastical;" the latter embodying features which are at once an expression and an earnest of those " catholic and primitive principles," both doctrinal and liturgical, for which the Church of Scotland has long been distinguished, and to which she has pledged the Church in Connecticut.- "Report Of Commemorative Services With The Sermons And Addresses At The Seabury Centenary, 1883-1885.", Diocese Of Connecticut.