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Re: [ustav] Re: Sun Sept 19 Prok & Alleluia Question

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  • Fr. John R. Shaw
    ... JRS: The Jordanville calendar gives only the T. 6 Sunday Prokeimenon ( O Lord save Thy people... ), while the Moscow Bogosluzhebnyje ukazanija gives the
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 1, 2005
      > In the SJKP Calendar it says the Prokeimenon & Alleluia are of the feast.
      > Is this a mistake? Shouldn't, they be of the Sunday & the Feast? Or am I
      > mistaken? Thank you for your assitance.

      JRS: The Jordanville calendar gives only the T. 6 Sunday Prokeimenon ("O Lord save Thy
      people..."), while the Moscow "Bogosluzhebnyje ukazanija" gives the Sunday Prokeimenon
      and that of the Feast.

      The Slavonic Epistle book prescribes the Prokeimenon of the Feast.

      The current Greek Typicon does not even mention the Prokeimenon, but the Greek Epistle
      book gives "the Prokeimenon of the current Sunday Tone".

      The ancient Typicon of the Great Church of Christ prescribed a commemoration of St.
      Symeon the Kinsman of the Lord on the Sunday after the Exaltation of the Cross, with the
      Prokeimenon "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints".

      Hope this helps.

      In Christ
      Fr. John R. Shaw
    • Daniel Olson
      ... In the Typicon, the rubrics for the Sunday after the Exaltation prescribe only the prokeimenon of the feast. In the general rubrics for an afterfeast of
      Message 2 of 3 , Oct 1, 2005
        On 10/1/05 12:52 AM, Philosoph wrote:

        > In the SJKP Calendar it says the Prokeimenon & Alleluia are of the feast.
        > Is this a mistake? Shouldn't, they be of the Sunday & the Feast? Or am I
        > mistaken? Thank you for your assitance.

        In the Typicon, the rubrics for the Sunday after the Exaltation prescribe
        only "the prokeimenon of the feast." In the general rubrics for an
        afterfeast of the Exaltation when in falls on a Sunday, the prokeimenon for
        the feast alone is also prescribed. In addition, there is a specific
        notation in these rubrics that the "the prokeimenon of the tone is set
        aside" ("prokimen glasa ostavljaetsja").

        Daniel Olson
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