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simplicity #379105 04/23/12 11:52 AM
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The full text is also found in the Lenten Triodion ... I suspect that few parishes use the full set of hymns/prayers.

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Holy Transfiguration Monastery in Boston has the most comprehensive translation. With the Byzantine chant in Latin notation. The Lenton Triodion does not, if it is the Mother Mary/ Bp. Kallistos one.

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Thank you both so very much for your help and explanation! Do you know if there is a book/booklet which contains these prayers? Thank you again. Patricia

either the Phoenix Eparchy or the Pittsburgh Metropolia has one.

the service book used provisionally in the Byzantine-Ruthenian Metropolia can be found here [metropolitancantorinstitute.org].

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