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I'm not sure if this is the right thread for this, but is anyone aware of an outline of what the "full" set of morning and evening prayers in the Ruthenian tradition looked like? I was reading on a parish website that the prayers given in Ch’lib Duši are shortened forms of the "full" versions in the Velikij Sbornik of 1877 and the Roman Časoslov of 1962. If I have missed a previous thread addressing this, I apologize.

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Would they be any different from the Slavic practice of the Orthodox Churches?

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I don't know, which is why I ask. I wouldn't think that they would be significantly different; I'm primarily wondering which specific prayers are included. The website I was reading (https://eolbcc.org/faith/) mentions that the evening prayers are modeled on Vespers, which, depending on what "modeled" really means, suggests that evening prayers could be different from the familiar Slavic practice. The shortened form on the website looks like the common one.


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