Dr. Konstantinos Terzopoulos; Anthologion (Sbornik) Primary Article. Chapel / Liturgical Texts / The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom; Print The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom. By A Monk of the Orthodox Church. Liturgical Texts of the Orthodox Church. It is the primary public form of Orthodox Christian worship, wherein we celebrate the Eucharist -- Holy Communion with God in Christ. Great Vespers For Saturday Evenings Without Litya As served in the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA They contain no historical explanations or theological developments. Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom As served in the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA. So the Divine Liturgy is the common effort of Orthodox Christians to worship God. Orthodox Christians should attend Liturgy every Sunday and on all major feast days of the year. They are merely "notes," i.e. Liturgical Texts in Church Slavonic | Liturgical Texts in Greek. The Orthodox Church sees itself as the one great family of Christ, which embodies both the living and the departed. Another English translation in progress of the Russian Orthodox Typikon (St. Sabbas) Protheoria of the Biolakes Typikon, in English, tr. The Presanctified Liturgy, documented by Gregory the Dialogist, and historically attributed to him, but according to recent scholarship, very possibly having originated with the Oriental Orthodox patriarch Severus of Antioch, is celebrated in the early evening, and features the reception of the reserved sacrament, consecrated at the previous Divine Liturgy. Since attendance is considered a wonderful privilege every effort should be made to be present when the Liturgy begins. Rev. The version of the Divine Liturgy celebrated on most Sundays is that of St. John Chrysostom, the 5th century Archbishop of Constantinople, capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. English Ελληνικά (Celebrated by one Priest and one Deacon) Deacon: Master, give the blessing. Preface: These pages are not a new translation of the liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, neither are they a rigid commentary on this liturgy. Because the COVID-19 pandemic has left many parishioners homebound, we are providing here the necessary liturgical books in English in PDF format to facilitate liturgical services at home. The Anthologion (άνθολόγιον) is a liturgical text that tries to encompasses as much of the basic liturgical textas as possible. Hieraticon and Euchologion.