It is Great Entrance, altar boys with fans and deacon holding Diskos,
--- boulia_1 <eledkovsky@...
> Dear Timothy,
> I saw that photo, and my impression of it was that it was of the
> moment when the chalice(s) is/are presented to the faithful, after
> the communion of the clergy, when the prayers are read... But at
> second look, I see the altar boys to the side, there is a deacon
> holding yet another chalice on the right, and severs with ripidy,
> all it does look different than what I'm used to seeing as well. I
> wonder if anyone who was there might provide information...
> There are many wonderful photos posted on the site, from all
> of our nation and Australia (nothing yet from Canada, Europe or,
> sigh, S. America...). Worth a look.
> He is truly risen!
> -Elizabeth Ledkovsky
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Reader Timothy Tadros"
> <pravoslavney@...> wrote:
> > I was on the ROCOR website in which they displayed photo reports
> > different Paschal celebrations. In Lakewood they had 3 priests
> holding 3
> > chalices for the Great Entrance I have never seen this done
> > was always been one central chalice and latter during the
> > additional chalices would be brought to be consecrated. Can
> > me where this practice comes from?
> > Rdr Timothy Tadros
> > http://www.russianorthodoxchurch.ws/synod/
> > <http://www.russianorthodoxchurch.ws/synod/>
> > eng2007/4enlakewoodpascha.html
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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