I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I have to chant Divine Liturgy Wednesday morning at a Romanian parish I've never attended--thankfully there will only be a few other close friends there. I've never been to Liturgy at a Romanian parish before. I will only have a few minutes with the priest before Liturgy so I wanted to find out before I get there.
1. Do Romanians follow the Greek or Russian practice re the Antiphons vs. Typica?
2. Do Romanians sing "Let our mouths be filled..." after Communion?
3. Do Romanians read more than one Epistle (Russian/Monastic practice)?
Forgive me if this is covered somewhere--I did a search and couldn't find it.
It depends on the Romanian parish. A Romanian once compared the Romanians to the Antiochians, they mainly follow the Greek practice but sometimes something Russian slips in. All of these questions are ones that only the priest will be answer for sure.
My best guess is 1. Antiphons 2. yes 3. No