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Title: Christ is Born!
Post by: J on December 25, 2004, 04:04:51 AM
Glorify Him! ; :D
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Post by: prodromos on December 25, 2004, 01:33:46 PM
Rejoice! Halelujah!
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Post by: SaintShenouti on December 25, 2004, 02:04:18 PM
Twice over on January 7, my friends.
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Post by: Fr. David on December 25, 2004, 02:17:16 PM
-íCristo ha nacido! -íGlorif+¡cale!
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Post by: Anastasios on December 25, 2004, 03:54:56 PM
I watched a bit of the Divine Liturgy from Athens on Greek national television via internet television. It was great! :)

Anastasios
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Post by: Tikhon29605 on December 25, 2004, 07:17:24 PM
I watched a bit of the Divine Liturgy from Athens on Greek national television via internet television. It was great!

Anastasios

Wow! I cannot even comprehend seeing anything Orthodox on TV. It must be nice. I would be interested in what kind of music the Greeks used.

Tikhon
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Post by: Anastasios on December 25, 2004, 08:33:51 PM
I watched a bit of the Divine Liturgy from Athens on Greek national television via internet television. It was great!

Anastasios

Wow! I cannot even comprehend seeing anything Orthodox on TV. It must be nice. I would be interested in what kind of music the Greeks used.

Tikhon

It was pure, unadulterated Byzantine Chant with a choir of chanters, a soloist, and the Archbishop of Athens alternating the Matins verses.  I could have watched the whole thing if I didn't have familial obligations ;)

Anastasios
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Post by: Νεκτάριος on December 26, 2004, 12:14:42 AM
So how does this internet television thing work?  In 13 days it would be nice to see liturgy from Russia. 

Merry Christmas to those who celebrate today!
Title: Re: Christ is Born!
Post by: Anastasios on December 26, 2004, 01:03:21 AM
I'm sure people here have noticed that I have taken a more pro-Old Calendar point of view as of late. If that in any way has offended anyone or taken away from the joy they are experiencing on Christmas you have my sincere apologies.  I sure enjoyed celebrating New Calendar Christmas with my family :)

Nektarios,

I will explain it later when I get the explanation from my father in law. Basically many television stations broadcast live on the internet and you can use real player or windows media player, etc, to find them.

Anastasios
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Post by: Protopsalti on December 26, 2004, 04:27:08 AM
I watched a bit of the Divine Liturgy from Athens on Greek national television via internet television. It was great! :)


Is there a link for this web page ? I cannot find it.