- Dear List members,
If the "Many Years" is to be sung at the end of Liturgy for someone who is celebrating a Nameday, is this done before or after the Commemorations (The Orthodox episopate of the Russian Church, etc...)?Thank you very much.
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- Since everything after the dismissal is technically
outside the Liturgy, I would imagine that it could be
done however the priest or local tradition dictates.
Our sequence is: dismissal by the priest, the singing
of the Polychronion/Commemorations, priest's
announcements, then the singing of Many Years and
blessing with holy water of anyone whose patron saint
is commemorated that day, then the general going
forward to kiss the cross and receive antidoron.
--- "cktwms@..." <cktwms@...> wrote:
> Dear List members,
> If the "Many Years" is to be sung at the end of
> Liturgy for someone who is celebrating a Nameday, is
> this done before or after the Commemorations (The
> Orthodox episopate of the Russian Church,
> etc...)?Thank you very much.
> In Christ,
> (Matushka)Cindy Williams
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