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Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« on: February 25, 2008, 10:14:10 PM »
If anyone knows where I can find on-line a service text for Divine Liturgy, particularly the 1st, 2nd, 3rd Antiphons according to the modern Greek typicon use, could you post the link here?  There is nothing in the Lenten Triodion (ed. +KALLISTOS and Mother Mary) to this effect.  The sooner, the better.  Many thanks.
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Re: Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2008, 03:41:49 AM »
They are the normal Saturday ones

1st Antiphon - Through the intersessions of the Theotokos
2nd Antiphon - Save us O Son of God who art wondrous in the Saints, who sing unto Thee, Alleluia
3rd Antiphon - The Beatitudes or Troparion of the Day depending on the local custom for weekday liturgies.
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Re: Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2008, 02:15:35 PM »
They are the normal Saturday ones

1st Antiphon - Through the intersessions of the Theotokos
2nd Antiphon - Save us O Son of God who art wondrous in the Saints, who sing unto Thee, Alleluia
3rd Antiphon - The Beatitudes or Troparion of the Day depending on the local custom for weekday liturgies.

What about the psalm verses between teh refrains?  THat is what I am mainly interested in.
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Re: Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2008, 02:28:44 PM »
If you read greek, or can at least navigate foreign language web sites, this one is pretty clear and it has the Typikon according to the EP. 

www.cmkon.org

Just go about half way down and you will see links for services.  they will be listed in Greek, but you are looking for "psychosavato" or saturday of souls.  Let me know if you have issues, sometimes their formats are crazy.  Again, it will be all in greek...everything. 

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Re: Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« Reply #4 on: February 26, 2008, 02:52:39 PM »
What about the psalm verses between teh refrains?  THat is what I am mainly interested in.
If it is your parishes local practice to put those psalm verses in you should have the book by Michael Farrow since that is the only place that you will find it since he invented it.
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Re: Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« Reply #5 on: February 26, 2008, 11:01:25 PM »
Scamandrius,

Byzantine Daily Worship, which should match Antiochian practice, prescribes:

Apolytikion in the Plagal of the Fourth Tone:
Only Creator who out of the depths of wisdom lovingly govern all things and upon all bestow what is accordingly best for them, give rest to the souls of Your servants, for they have placed their hope in You, our Author and Maker and God.

Kontakion in the Plagal of the Fourth Tone:
Give rest, O Christ, among the Saints to the souls of Your servants, where there is no pain, no sorrow, no grieving, but life everlasting.

Epistle: 1 Cor 10:23-28
Gospel: Luke 21:8-10,25-28,33-36

Kinonikon: Ps 64:5: Blessed are those You have chosen and drawn clsoe, to dwell in your courts, O Lord. Alleluia.

I would imagine the Trisagion Service and koliva could be offered after Liturgy.

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Re: Rubrics needed for the Saturday of the Dead Liturgy
« Reply #6 on: February 27, 2008, 01:25:58 AM »
In Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America practice, the Memorial (Mnimosino) Service (with coliva) is conducted, on the Saturday's of the Souls.  Typically, the faithful bring coliva that they prepared at home; all the bowls of coliva are placed on the Tetropod and remain there during the Memorial Service, candles having been placed in them.  After the Service, and the Liturgy, the Chanter mixes all the bowls into one larger bowl and it is from that larger bowl that the coliva is distributed to the faithful.
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