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minatasgeel said:hmmmmm. it's more of a mix.so whenever there are hymns that are of "equal" (example: the hymn of the Virgin is tishori, taishori and intho te tishori), the weekend one is said.
hmmmmm. it's more of a mix.so whenever there are hymns that are of "equal" (example: the hymn of the Virgin is tishori, taishori and intho te tishori), the weekend one is said.
minatasgeel said:yes. CR is correct in whatever you posted about.
yes. CR is correct in whatever you posted about.
minatasgeel said:alleluia Je efmevi // ei-e-eeteeshori // taishori // entho te tishorypimayroumi // oo-nishtithe gospel response and the praxis response and psalm one 150 response.
alleluia Je efmevi // ei-e-ee
Following the service of Raising of Incense of the last Friday of the Holy Forty Days, the Sacrament of Anointing the Sick with all its seven prayers is prayed in the second chorus of the church. The priest then anoints the entire congregation with the oil. Following this, the Liturgy of the Word commences, beginning with the Agpeya prayers of the Third Hour and upto the Compline Hour (or the Prayer of the Veil in monasteries), then the chanting of the hymn =A=l je `fmeu`i . After the Prayer of Thanksgiving, the hymn Cw;ic amyn , followed by the hymn Nefcen] , are chanted. The priest then reads the introduction to Klinwmen ta gonata , which is followed by the congregationsí response ofKuri`e `eleycon . After this, the priest reads the Absolution as he prostrates before the sanctuary three times. The liturgy continues in the same manner as on Saturdays and Sundays, except that the hymnMegalou is chanted on the last Friday after the Synexarium, followed by Apen[oic in the Mohayar tune.
May the blessings of the Great Lent be with us all. Amen."