Here is a book that many a clergyman has longed for, a book from which many young married people will profit. Clergy who know how and take the time to instruct young people before marrying them are few and far between. And there is rather good reason to believe that ignorance rather than indifference is responsible for this seeming neglect. The history of the ceremony, study of the service itself, a bibliography and the full Lutheran, Presbyterian and Protestant Episcopal services and many other features are contained in this attractively bound blue leatherette handbook. Every clergyman will want one for his pocket, every bride and groom will want to study it before and after marriage. There is even a tactful hint for in-laws.