(3)... While it is unusual for a major commemoration to occur on a Great Feast of the Lord, it is not entirely unheard of. For example, when the Annunciation
(3)Christ is Risen! ... It's in The Great Book of Needs, vol. IV, if you have that. In Christ, --Philip
(5)Christ is Risen! ... No doubt. But I would suggest we could all take the opportunity of this occurrence to reflect on the high priority the Church assigns to
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(10)... But, as Daniel pointed out earlier, the rubrics of the Moscow Patriarchate DO seem to follow the pattern of St. George in NOT transferring the readings
(7)You can send any mistakes you find to Peter.N.Gardner@gmail.com. And I will probably take you up on your proofreading offer in a week or two... Peter On Apr
(7)Regarding the manner of singing "O Gladsome Light", all the rubrics I've seen have indicated that at a Vigil (or at any normal Vespers service) the bishop
(5)Interesting! I'm glad to hear what it was. Thanks!
Sydney (Nicoletta) Freedman
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