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Re: One Divine Liturgy - a falsehood? [Re: Philippe Gebara] #234366 05/12/07 03:49 AM
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During the communion, is chanted something on the byzantine rite? Here, in my parish, a chant which is not byzantine is performed, like a usual celebration of the roman rite.

Re: One Divine Liturgy - a falsehood? [Re: Philippe Gebara] #234667 05/14/07 07:53 PM
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In the Arabic Melkite liturgikon (Book of the holy and divine liturgies, 2006), the rubric states (p. 164): "The singing of the communion verse (kinonikon), some psalms, liturgical troparia, or suitable compositions is possible after "Make me this day a sharer in your mystical supper ..." without replacing it."

Re: One Divine Liturgy - a falsehood? [Re: Matta] #234735 05/15/07 10:26 AM
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During the communion, is chanted something on the byzantine rite? Here, in my parish, a chant which is not byzantine is performed, like a usual celebration of the roman rite.


At least in the slavic tradition (not sure about the greek): Receive the body of Christ taste the fountain of immortality. is repeatedly being sung.

Re: One Divine Liturgy - a falsehood? [Re: Torsten] #236072 05/23/07 01:40 AM
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A very good text of the Divine Liturgy, which marks what is greek and what is russian:

http://home.att.net/~sergei592/Liturgy.html

Re: One Divine Liturgy - a falsehood? [Re: Philippe Gebara] #236334 05/24/07 04:15 AM
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Thanks for posting this: http://www.melkite.org/Dliturgy.htm

I must confess, in my travels to a Byzantine Orthodox Church, I'd never prayed this: "for the well-being of the holy Churches of Cod." biggrin

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Re: One Divine Liturgy - a falsehood? [Re: Western Orthodox] #236340 05/24/07 07:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Western Orthodox
Thanks for posting this: http://www.melkite.org/Dliturgy.htm

I must confess, in my travels to a Byzantine Orthodox Church, I'd never prayed this: "for the well-being of the holy Churches of Cod." biggrin


WO,

It's a Massachusetts adaptation grin

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Neil


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