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Divine Liturgy Anthology #418070
03/25/18 12:38 AM
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I'm new to this forum and only recently attended my first Byzantine rite Divine Liturgy. I was raised up in the SSPX exclusive Latin Masses. I think I'd be able to follow the DL better if I had a missal type book for the Divine Liturgy. I'm confused about what is the best book to use and also wondering if there are any with the English and Old Church Slavonic or maybe just Ukrainian in case I am ever present at a DL in one of these languages.

Re: Divine Liturgy Anthology [Re: centroamerica] #418098
04/06/18 03:41 PM
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I'm a Latin Mass goer myself, but I have a lot of experience attending a Melkite Divine Liturgy and Russian Orthodox Divine Liturgy. The Divine Liturgy has been in English everywhere I've ever gone, so it's easier to follow without a book than the TLM. I too wished I had a book at first, but after regularly attending Divine Liturgy the prayers and chants became intuitive.


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