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Dose anyone know any thing about the Liturgy of Addai and Mari? Is it canonical in its current form. If not, why? What changes need to be made to make it canonical ?
There is no current form. This Liturgy died out of use in the Orthodox Church.
Still exits in the Ancinet Assyrian Church of the East and in the Chaldean Catholic Church.
That's nice but they are not Orthodox, hence it is a dead Liturgy for the ORTHODOX!
Maybe, maybe not. There was a group of Assyrians who embraced Orthodoxy under the ROC. Most were killed by the Turks but some survived, and remained. I saw an article a little while back that mentioned some villages in, I believe, Armenia. The question is if they kept their liturgies when entering Orthodoxy.
Anastasios,They used the DL of St. John Chrysostom translated into Syriac, they did not continue with the DL of Addai and Mari, which probably explains why more didn't join the union with Russian Church.Fr. Deacon Lance
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