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I'd like to have in this topis links to DL of St. John in any language avaliable online. Print it and go to your dioceasan Bishop for blessing and ask your Priest to insert fragments as you wish!

1. Polish from cerkiew.pl.

2. Belarusian from churchby.info.

3. Church Slavonic from orthlib.info.

Go on! I ask to stick this topic.
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English: http://www.ocf.org/OrthodoxPage/liturgy/liturgy.html

Tell your bishop that there is an English translation available!

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Tell your bishop that there is an English translation available!

Some of the Priests I know would be stunned.

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Divina Liturgia di san Giovanni Crisostomo (Italiano):

http://www.ortodossia-russa.net/testi/Liturgia/Liturgia.htm
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For some variety, here is Latin: http://www.ortodossia.org/sanmassimo/testi/2-preghiera/Doc-sez2-art1.pdf

Slovak: http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/Texty/liturgia2_broz.pdf

Greek: http://www.orthodoxresearchinstitute.org/resources/services/divine_liturgy.pdf

It might be noted that the slovak link has the liturgy in Slovak on the left and Church Slavonic written in the Slovak alphabet on the right.  The Slovak link is also from the Greek Catholics in Slovakia.
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12. Czech from acizek.nfo.sk - Byzantine Catholic version

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Re: Divine Liturgy of St. John the Goldenmouth in every language - resource topic
« Reply #11 on: September 28, 2009, 07:14:38 AM »
13. Spanish from monastere-cantauque.com - posted by Mexican on another thread.

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14. Ukrainian from liturgia.org.ua - Catholic version.

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A request was just posted on another site asking for a Lithuanian language version. Does anyone have one? I've searched the web and can't find any.

Many years,

Neil
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15.Bulgarian from bg-patriarshia.bg - the official website of the Patriarchate of Bulgaria.

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I would be thrilled if it could be found one in latin.
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I would be thrilled if it could be found one in latin.

The Divine Liturgy would not work in Latin...Would sound VERY odd... :laugh:  Sometimes even English butchers it!!

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I would be thrilled if it could be found one in latin.

Although the link above is dead, you can still retrieve the saved copy from the Wayback Machine.

Elijahmaria, please don't perpetuate a variant of the Trilingual Heresy.

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English: http://www.ocf.org/OrthodoxPage/liturgy/liturgy.html

Tell your bishop that there is an English translation available!
This is the one we use in our Parish... also Matins and Vespers (normal and Great) are in this style.

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17? I was told that this site contained the Arabic version of the DL: can someone who reads Arabic confirm this?

http://www.pgc-lb.org/arabic/Faith1.shtml
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17? I was told that this site contained the Arabic version of the DL: can someone who reads Arabic confirm this?

http://www.pgc-lb.org/arabic/Faith1.shtml

My google translator tells me these are sacraments explained.

17. Swahili from orthodoxytz.com.

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The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom in Dutch.

Another link to the texts of the various Orthodox liturgies in English.

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Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
The Kidase of Yohannes Aferwork (The Anaphora of John the Gold Mouthed)

http://part 1]http://www.ethiopianorthodox.org/churchmusic/miskaye/kidasseeyohannes%20aferwerk01.mp3

http://part 2]http://www.ethiopianorthodox.org/churchmusic/miskaye/kidasseyehonnesafework02.mp3

http://part 3]http://www.ethiopianorthodox.org/churchmusic/miskaye/kidasseyehonnesafework02.mp3

http://www.ethiopianorthodox.org/biography/englishethiopianliturgy.pdf

Sorry y'all, I spent 20 frustrating minutes trying to post these links correctly but my computer refuses, its behaving rather badly today.  The Anaphora of John Chrysostom (Kidase Yohannes Aferwork) is on page 136 of the pdf link.. those audio recordings are from EthiopianOrthodox.org

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20. German

http://www.orthodoxie.net/de/Texte/Texte_Varia/OBKD_LiturgieHlJohannesChrysostomus.pdf

This link is not working.
But here is the new official translation, by the liturgical commission of the Conference of Orthodox Bishops in Germany.
http://www.orthpedia.de/index.php/G%C3%B6ttliche_Liturgie_%28Text%29

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20. German

http://www.orthodoxie.net/de/Texte/Texte_Varia/OBKD_LiturgieHlJohannesChrysostomus.pdf

This link is not working.
But here is the new official translation, by the liturgical commission of the Conference of Orthodox Bishops in Germany.
http://www.orthpedia.de/index.php/G%C3%B6ttliche_Liturgie_%28Text%29
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I know there is a Korean translation, just can't find it.
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I wonder if perhaps there is a translation in Gàidhlig...
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Re: Divine Liturgy of St. John the Goldenmouth in every language - resource topic
« Reply #41 on: September 16, 2012, 09:49:19 AM »
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom in Dutch.

Pity the layout is really bad so that I can't print it. I can't find a better one however  :(

However, on Youtube I found a beautiful rendition of the beginning of the Liturgy sung in Dutch. It seems to be a Belgian liturgy.
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Re: Divine Liturgy of St. John the Goldenmouth in every language - resource topic
« Reply #42 on: September 16, 2012, 10:07:45 AM »
This link is not working.
But here is the new official translation, by the liturgical commission of the Conference of Orthodox Bishops in Germany.
http://www.orthpedia.de/index.php/G%C3%B6ttliche_Liturgie_%28Text%29

All German EOs of all jurisdictions use the same translation? Aren't there any disputes whether modern or old-fashioned German should be used like the English-speaking world seems to have?
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Does anyone know if any of the Liturgies have been translated into either Turkish or Gaelic? If not, if there are any prayers translated into them I'd gladly take with thanks.
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