If you were raised in Pennsylvaniadoxy, this is the common S'nami Boh, except it's in Slavonic or English (nowadays). There are a few Russian parishes in PA that still use prostopinije, mostly in Clearfield/Indiana County. Lots of this sounds familiar of course, and the presov style is the one ACROD uses. The new style used in the Ruthenian (Greek) Byzantine Catholic churches in English just doesn't feel right. I know the argument is that it is "closer" to the Bokshay. Just let people sing what feels right, plus prostopinije lends itself to be sung in Slavonic or Ukrainian much easier than English, and the recent attempts in Pittsburgh to make the music flow in English didn't really capture the down home from the heart feeling traditional prostopinije has, just like galacian chant, both are home grown chants.