Re: [SORForum] Jesus prayer
- Dear DavideThe term "("Kyrie Iisou Christe, hyie Theou, eleison me ton amartolon", i.e. "Lord Jesus Christ, son of God, forgive me a sinner") " don't exists in the syrian liturgical tradition. But there are other some greek words in the syrian liturgy: stomen kalos / Kyrie eleison / sopia theou proskomen / eucharistia.I want let you know, that the "altar" (syr. "tablitho", a small table used under the chalice and paten) don't consecrated by the priest only by the bishop.>>And how is the Syriac Christian mesbaha usedWe don't use it in the liturgy.For your information, his Eminenz Mor Clemis Eugene Kaplan is the syrian orthodox Bishop in USAregardsGabriel----- Original Message -----From: Dàvide SivèroSent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 6:41 PMSubject: [SORForum] Jesus prayerDear Eugene and Gabriel,
I thank you with all my heart! May God reward and bless you.
Unluckily I cannot read the very interesting documents of www.suryoyo-online.org library because I do not know German :-(
I would like to ask whether any form of the Greek Orthodox Jesus
prayer ("Kyrie Iisou Christe, hyie Theou, eleison me ton amartolon",
i.e. "Lord Jesus Christ, son of God, forgive me a sinner") exists in
the Syriac tradition. It is recited counting how many times it is
said on a prayer rope.
And how is the Syriac Christian mesbaha used?
Thank you very much!
> >>And how is the Syriac Christian mesbaha usedThank you very much for all you told me! At the page
> We don't use it in the liturgy.
users.techline.com/ozias/store/store.htm a mesbaha like that used by
Muslims cab be seen and it is said to predate both the "Eastern"
Orthodox prayer rope and the Roman Catholic rosary... I have also
read that both Muslim and Christian (Catholic Maronite?) Lebanese use
a rosary with 33 beads, which represent a third of God's name for the
> For your information, his Eminenz Mor Clemis Eugene Kaplan is thesyrian orthodox Bishop in USA
I apologise if I used a confidential style, His Eminence!