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Author Topic: The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom in Portuguese  (Read 1223 times) Average Rating: 0
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The Orthodox Eparchy of Brazil, under the canonical jurisdiction and protection of the Autocephalous Orthodox Church of Poland, is pleased to present to the grateful people of Portuguese immeasurable treasure of the Orthodox Christian Tradition. Crafts are the Divine Eucharist, according to the Byzantine Rite.

In its two millennia of existence, the life of the Church produced several rites, which were developed from the experience of faith and culture of each people. Rites are Caldea, the Ambrosiana, the Latin, the Syrian, the Bracarense, the Napolitano, the Gallican, the Gallican, the Coptic, among others. Some of these Rites still exist, but largely these rituals have fallen into disuse. Today, by the Orthodox Church, which is most commonly used is called the Byzantine Rite, emerged from the city of Constantinople and that presented here.

The book is avaliable at: link removed, it's on the original site
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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2009, 03:45:29 PM »

I like the fact that in the rubric: author they put St. John Smiley.
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