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During the Liturgy, in the United States, we commemorate the President. Whom do they commemorate specifically in Ontario? I ask because I've been assigned to a church in Ottawa, and want to make sure I get this right before I arrive.In Christ,Fr. Michael
We commemorate the Queen, generally speaking, though she isn't always mentioned by name. I can't say I've ever heard Parliament or the Governor General commemorated.
The Episcopallian road is easy and wide, for many go through it to find destruction. lol sorry channeling Isa.
I've never heard the Queen of Australia, the governor-general or her Majesty's government commemorated or prayed for here in Australia.
Quote from: Kasatkin fan on August 25, 2011, 08:21:07 PMWe commemorate the Queen, generally speaking, though she isn't always mentioned by name. I can't say I've ever heard Parliament or the Governor General commemorated.I'm not sure why my priest does it. I guess he just wants to cover all the bases. I don't think it's necessary. I also know he's pretty set in some of his ways, so I don't question him on it, and save my "helpful suggestions" for other things .
Quote from: akimori makoto on August 25, 2011, 09:13:34 PMI've never heard the Queen of Australia, the governor-general or her Majesty's government commemorated or prayed for here in Australia.I have a recording from a ROCOR church in Australia that commemorates "Our Sovereign Lady the Queen, the parliaments and peoples of this Commonwealth". I also know that, in the not-too-distant past, it was a ROCOR rubric to commemorate her in churches in countries where Elizabeth II is head of State. The commemorations were during litanies, and at the Mnogaya Lyeta at the end of the DL.
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