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Does anyone have a link for the Prjashev Cathedral? I will be in Prjashev in June and wanted to know if they have any weekday liturgies in the Church Slavonic language. Any links?

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Ung,

Here is what I found. Whether it is current or not, I do not know. I have been there many times, and this is sort of what I seem to remember (when I did not drink too many Saris beers...:) )

Katedr�lny chr�m sv. J�na Krstiteľa, Pre�ov
po cel� rok (all year)
Gr�cko-katol�cka cirkev

Nedeľa Sunday:

6:00 (Old Church Slavonic)
8:00 (Slovak)
10:00(Old Church Slavonic)
11:45 (Slovak)
18:00 (Slovak)

Utiereň Matins: 7:00
Večiereň Vespers: 17:00

V�edn� dni (Daily):
5:45 (Old Church Slavonic)
7:00 (Slovak)
16:30 (Old Church Slavonic)
18:00 (Slovak)

Sv�t� liturgia v sobotu o 16:30 nie je, v ten deň je o 16:45 večiereň. There is no Divine Liturgy on Saturday, on that day they have Vespers at 4:45 (16:45).

Hope this helps, PM me if you need more.

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Are all these liturgies served on the same altar or on different altars?

Just asking.

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some churches have more than one antimension - so if a different one is used that is permissable.

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As far a I have ever seen, the main altar. There are two side altars recessed from the sides of the middle of the cathedral. They have the remains of Bishop Hopko and Gojdic.

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Originally Posted by Rusyn31
Ung,

Here is what I found. Whether it is current or not, I do not know. I have been there many times, and this is sort of what I seem to remember (when I did not drink too many Saris beers...:) )

Katedr�lny chr�m sv. J�na Krstiteľa, Pre�ov
po cel� rok (all year)
Gr�cko-katol�cka cirkev

Nedeľa Sunday:

6:00 (Old Church Slavonic)
8:00 (Slovak)
10:00(Old Church Slavonic)
11:45 (Slovak)
18:00 (Slovak)

Utiereň Matins: 7:00
Večiereň Vespers: 17:00

V�edn� dni (Daily):
5:45 (Old Church Slavonic)
7:00 (Slovak)
16:30 (Old Church Slavonic)
18:00 (Slovak)

Sv�t� liturgia v sobotu o 16:30 nie je, v ten deň je o 16:45 večiereň. There is no Divine Liturgy on Saturday, on that day they have Vespers at 4:45 (16:45).

Hope this helps, PM me if you need more.

Rusyn31

Thanks for the post. I see if you're a Tverdyj Rusnak and want to hear the traditional Church Slavonic liturgy, you have to get up early. wink

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Hehehe!!!

I went to that 5:45 liturgy many times, a few times right from the "korcma" after long nights of drinking Saris beer and rusinska borovicka at the bar.

Ung, in Presov, you need to go to the bar Agat on Floriankova Ulica. It is the local Rusyn bar, where all the actors from the Duchnovich Theater hang out, along with all the Rusyn nationalists. I hear there is a plaque honoring Vasil Turok who died a while back. He was responsible for the start of the Rusyn movement in 1989. When he was head of Rusinska Obroda, we used to drink at the Duchnovich club all the time....literally!

PM me and I will give you directions, it is not far from Hlavna Ulica and the Cathedral.

Ja jem barz tvrdyj (aj salenyj) rusnak, a ja ljublju NASU liturgiu!

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12 Days and counting! 3 Days in the Makovica Rusyn Valley and Velyka Prjashev'ska-Rus'. I'll actually get to hear liturgies in the traditional Church Slavonic language! I'll actually hear the traditional Rusyn-Slavonic para-liturgical Eucharistic hymns and other Rusyn-Slavonic para-liturgical hymns!
I'll get a break from the Sui Juris Metropolitan Byzantine Church of America's RDL! I'll be like St. Volodymyr's emassaries who were sent to Constantinople as I won't know if I'm "in heaven or on earth"!

Daj Bozhe! Blahodarim Boha!

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Originally Posted by Rusyn31
Ung,

Here is what I found. Whether it is current or not, I do not know. I have been there many times, and this is sort of what I seem to remember (when I did not drink too many Saris beers...:) )

Katedr�lny chr�m sv. J�na Krstiteľa, Pre�ov
po cel� rok (all year)
Gr�cko-katol�cka cirkev

Nedeľa Sunday:

6:00 (Old Church Slavonic)
8:00 (Slovak)
10:00(Old Church Slavonic)
11:45 (Slovak)
18:00 (Slovak)

Utiereň Matins: 7:00
Večiereň Vespers: 17:00

V�edn� dni (Daily):
5:45 (Old Church Slavonic)
7:00 (Slovak)
16:30 (Old Church Slavonic)
18:00 (Slovak)

Sv�t� liturgia v sobotu o 16:30 nie je, v ten deň je o 16:45 večiereň. There is no Divine Liturgy on Saturday, on that day they have Vespers at 4:45 (16:45).

Hope this helps, PM me if you need more.

Rusyn31

Rusyn31,

I have question. What rubrics did the "Sui Juris Metropolitan Byzantine Church of America's" clergy use when they concelebrated with the European Greek Catholic clergy on their recent trip to the Prjashev and Mukachevo Eparchies?

Did they celebrate according to the rubrics of the Prjashev and Uzhorod-Mukachevo Eparchies or did they celebrate the American RDL?

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Ung,

It was before the RDL.

He could have served the Slovak Liturgy later in the morning, but being Rusyn, he said that he had no desire to do so. That is why he woke up at the crack of dawn to serve the Slavonic Liturgy.

Actually, when he served the Liturgy, he only took a few small parts in Slavonic. He really just wanted the privilege to serve in the Cathedral.

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I mean the clergy that just went with the MCI tour?

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Sorry. I do not know.

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Originally Posted by Ung-Certez
I'll actually hear the traditional Rusyn-Slavonic para-liturgical Eucharistic hymns....

Don't you mean the traditional Galician-Ukrainian Eucharistic hymns introduced by the Basilians? grin

Have a great trip! Z'Bohom!

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..you mean the hymns we stole from the neighboring Polish Rimu Katolicky! laugh

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Tak Pan Ung!

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