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#366989 07/21/11 01:48 AM
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Is there anywhere online, a PDF of the Divine Liturgy? With the prayers before the DL and after and such?



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The Byzantine Catholic Metropolia of Pittburgh's "version" is available in PDF on the Metropolitan Cantor Website at Divine Liturgies [metropolitancantorinstitute.org].

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Originally Posted by Larry L
The Byzantine Catholic Metropolia of Pittburgh's "version" is available in PDF on the Metropolitan Cantor Website at Divine Liturgies [metropolitancantorinstitute.org].
That (useful) link is to the people's book aka the "Teal Tyrant" ( here and here ) or the later and somewhat more judgmental, "Teal Terror" ( here ); this, however, is not a (complete) liturgicon but a pew book.

The present BCC liturgicon (aka the RDL), i.e. the text of the liturgical service, is an abridged version of the Ruthenian Recension that (RDL) also has a number of significant departures from the Slavonic and Greek texts on which it is said to be based. A complete, unabridged text of the liturgy in pdf format that is faithful to the received (Ruthenian Recension) Slavonic text (using the Greek for clarification where beneficial) is available here.

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Originally Posted by Larry L
The Byzantine Catholic Metropolia of Pittburgh's "version" is available in PDF on the Metropolitan Cantor Website at Divine Liturgies [metropolitancantorinstitute.org].
Originally Posted by ajk
Originally Posted by Larry L
The Byzantine Catholic Metropolia of Pittburgh's "version" is available in PDF on the Metropolitan Cantor Website at Divine Liturgies [metropolitancantorinstitute.org].
That (useful) link is to the people's book aka the "Teal Tyrant" ( here and here ) or the later and somewhat more judgmental, "Teal Terror" ( here ); this, however, is not a (complete) liturgicon but a pew book.

The present BCC liturgicon (aka the RDL), i.e. the text of the liturgical service, is an abridged version of the Ruthenian Recension that (RDL) also has a number of significant departures from the Slavonic and Greek texts on which it is said to be based. A complete, unabridged text of the liturgy in pdf format that is faithful to the received (Ruthenian Recension) Slavonic text (using the Greek for clarification where beneficial) is available here.


Thank you to both of you! It was just what I was looking for! Thank you very, very, much! God Bless smile




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