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I tend to ignore those who envy the ways of Eastern Church...

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The return of married clerics in the ECC's in the US is a matter of logistics more than anything else.

Training them. Housing them. Raising their families.

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I love that line--"latinization is not synonymous with catholocism." I couldn't agree more. And I did find it interesting that the one priest considered all of the United States, and perhaps all of North America, "latin turf." Very telling.

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I have to tell you, Erie Byz, go ahead and make the switch. I worked with PCs for seven years before starting my last job. They had macs, so I had to learn. I would never go back. I have a laptop with mac on one partition and Vista on the other partition. Nothing but problems with Vista. I'm going to erase that and have the last Window's OS installed. But the mac side doesn't give me any problems at all. I have three of them and they all work perfectly. Apple makes it very easy to switch files as well. The only thing you won't find is alot of games for the mac, if you are into that sort of thing. I know off-topic, but do yourself a favor and switch.

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"They had macs, so I had to learn."

What's to learn? You can do anything on a Mac that you can do on a PC, without even cracking the instruction manual. Just remember to dismount USB and Firewire drives before unplugging them. Everything else is just intuitive, and works just as you imagine it might. It's kind of like getting into a Honda after a lifetime of Chryslers: you find yourself wondering how you could ever have driven such clunkers.

And, if you must use Windows-based programs, an Intel Mac is still the best, most stable platform on which to run Windows, hands down. But listen to tjm, and skip Vista.

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OK, can we keep this thread on-topic? If you want to discuss switching to another type of computer, please take the discussion to the Technical Talk sub-forum in Town Hall.

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It's all right. Father Peter and I have crossed swords many times, and I visited the site to put him in his place, yet again.

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At least some photos might be seen here:

http://jezuiti.sk/index.php?stranka=foto_podujatia&id_galerie=135

Enjoy!

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Nice photos! I was unaware that the "Dance of Isaiah" was part of the Ruthenian Recension for episcopal consecrations.

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I think it's interesting to note that in the photos, the deacons are vested in a Single Orarion, not the Double Orarion that we are used to seeing in the Ruthenian Church in the USA. From my understanding they are following the Slavic (or more correctly Russian ?) practice of the Single; with the double being awarded for service or some other worthy reason.

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Originally Posted by Danielik
At least some photos might be seen here:

http://jezuiti.sk/index.php?stranka=foto_podujatia&id_galerie=135

Enjoy!
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Originally Posted by Erie Byz
I think it's interesting to note that in the photos, the deacons are vested in a Single Orarion, not the Double Orarion that we are used to seeing in the Ruthenian Church in the USA. From my understanding they are following the Slavic (or more correctly Russian ?) practice of the Single; with the double being awarded for service or some other worthy reason.

Orthodox Wiki notes the double as being the norm for greek use; it is in the Russian use that it is a reward, and the single is normative.

http://orthodoxwiki.org/Orarion

The Pittsburgh Metropolia is in a Graecophilia phase...

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Originally Posted by Chtec
I was unaware that the "Dance of Isaiah" was part of the Ruthenian Recension for episcopal consecrations.
The singing of "Rejoice Isaiah" is specified after the tropars "O Holy Martyrs" and "Glory to You" upon entering the altar and the kissing of the holy table: Ruthenian Archieratikon, p 263, link [patronagechurch.com].

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Wonderful pictures. Thank you!

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Other photos from Sunday: http://www.collactio.com/appuntamen...one-episcopale-di-padre-cyril-vasil.html

And even a short video from the first hierarchical liturgy celebrated by Kyr Kyril next day in the church of St. Anthony the Great, at the college Russicum:



This was indeed the day, the Lord had made. Let us be glad and rejoice in it... smile

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