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#377430 - 03/12/12 04:57 PM Ukrainian responses
Dr. Ken Craven Offline
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Registered: 07/16/11
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Loc: Sparta, Tennessee
Pardon my stupidity. I have been attending a Byzantine (Ukrainian) Catholic parish for a year and a half. When Father holds the cross for veneration after Divine Liturgy, I do not know the traditional Ukrainian response or how to spell or pronounce it. Can anyone help me?

Ken Craven

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#377437 - 03/12/12 06:44 PM Re: Ukrainian responses [Re: Dr. Ken Craven]
JEK Offline
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Registered: 02/18/12
Posts: 277
Loc: USA
Ken,

First, dont beat yourself up, there is never any stupidity, an intelligent person always is willing to ask a question for guidance so that they may obtain an answer..... grin

Do you happen to know what the priest is saying to begin with
Example:

Christ is Among Us(in our midst)-Response: He is, and shall be!
Христос посеред нас! І є, і буде!
Christos posred’i nas! Jest’i budet

Or is it a specific time (i.e. Christmas, Christ is Born, Easter, Christ is Risen, Theopany, Christ is Baptised, etc).

You will forgive me as my Ukrainian is very limited but I have a Ukrainian Catholic Cantor friend, I am sure he could help us out if I sent off an email asking for info on what you need.

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