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Offline Stephen Barrow

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Paschal Troparion in Italian
« on: April 19, 2003, 09:31:25 PM »
Does anyone know where I might find the Paschal Troparion in Italian on the internet?



Offline TonyS

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Re:Paschal Troparion in Italian
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2003, 11:29:24 PM »
Dear Stephen,

I am looking for this, it must be somewhere.  

In the meantime, your little blurb has an error, one does not put the adjective in the vocative only the noun, compare the "Holy God" in Slavonic, the "Holy" is not in the vocative.

Tony

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Offline TonyS

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Re:Paschal Troparion in Italian
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2003, 12:02:39 AM »
Dear Stephen,

I found two, one on a Catholic site another apparently Orthodox.  

This one http://www.vatican.va/archive/catechism_it/p122a5p2_it.htm from the Vatican -½ Cristo +¿ risuscitato dai morti. Con la sua morte ha vinto la morte,
ai morti ha dato la vita -+.  There seems to be no mention of "tombs" or "entombed ones" only morti.

This one http://www.regnatvivus.it/formazione/ortodossia/setsanta9.htm "Il Cristo +¿ risorto dai morti e con la sua morte ha calpestato la morte e ai morti nei sepolcri ha donato la vita".

I hope this helps.

Tony
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I'd be a fool to surrender when I know I can be a contender
and if everbody's a sinner then everybody can be a winner
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