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Teaching faith in the Byzantine Church
liturgy, preaching and defence of Orthodox faith in the Byzantine Church between 1274 and 1453
The sung poetic improvisation in Olympos (Karpathos, Greece) : Contemporary dynamics of a paraliturgical ritual
In the village of Olympos, located in the north of the Greek island of Karpathos in Aegean Sea, the sung poetic improvisation, known as mantinades, takes on a particular character. It is developed during ritual festivals called glentia, either during informal meetings of men in the coffee-house, or...
Bizans Ortodoks kilisesinde liturji ve liturjik eserler
Controversy regarding the printing of the first book in the Romanian space. The Liturgy Book (1508)
The publication of the first printed book in the Romanian space has generated numerous controversies, most of them because of neglecting the place of printing for the edited copies. They were circulating in time, by both printing centers outside the Romanian space, with tradition in this technique (...
Bóg a stworzenie w teologii prawosławnej
The question of the genesis of the world and the attitude of God toward the world<br />is one of the main issues discussed in theology, philosophy, and natural sciences<br />through centuries. The Orthodox Church while answering the question relies on<br />the thoughts of Fathers and Teachers of the...
Candidate Works of Kyiv Theological Academy Students (1819–1924): the Specificity of the Genre
The article highlights the features of Candidate Degree works of the Kyiv Theological Academy students of the 19th – the beginning of the 20th centuries as the most important element of their educational and scientific training. Based on a wide range of primary sources (Theological Academies Statute...
Studies of Catholicism in the journal “Trudy Kievskoi dukhovnoi akademii”
The article contains first complete and systematic analysis of the studies devoted to dogmatics and liturgy, the history and the modern state of Catholicism published by Kyiv Theological Academy professors and pupils in the journal “Trudy Kievskoi dukhovnoi akademii” starting from the 1860s to the b...
Ukrainization of the Liturgical Life in 1917–1918
Socio-political transformations caused by the Ukrainian revolution of 1917–1921, made not only political issues relevant but also cultural and even ideological. In the struggle for statehood could not be ignored church problems that became very popular in society not in 1917, but only in 1918. It is...
The Methodian mission on the Polish lands until the dawn of 11th century
The process of Conversion of the Slavs was commenced with the contact of the Slavic people and the Byzantine culture which was initiated by the mission of Sts. Cyril and Methodius. Apart from the exceptional role of Bulgaria and Great Moravia in the development of the Cyrillo-Methodian legacy the Ru...
An illustration once at the arch of the Agios Tssarakon in Chrysafia, Lakonia (1620)
at the Agia Tssarakon arch in Chrysafia, Georgios Moschos originals pictorials on the walls of post-Byzantine painting, depicting the commission of the urea function in front of a painted teb. This illustrates the visual influence that Moscho receives from thematically similar manuscripts and images...
Touch the heart of the schismatics; Jesuit sounds and music strategies in Ethiopia, 1620-1630
The Jesuit mission to Ethiopia runs from 1557 to 1633. At the end of 1621, the Roman Roman Susneyos joined Roman faith. The decade 1620-1630 is that of the country’s lalatinisation. It is also best documented. In the letters and reports they send to their superiors to report on their activities, com...
Modern theological research: The authorship of the Byzantine anaphora of Saint Basil under investigation with the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae database
Saint Basil the Great wrote one of the most important and widely acknowledged Eucharistic texts in the Eastern Orthodox Church, a liturgical anaphora that bears his name. Before the dawn of the second millennium, this was the main Eucharistic text used in Constantinople and in the territories under...
Les gestes liturgiques des fidèles orthodoxes en période de pandémie, entre le discours prescriptif des autorités sanitaires, la foi et la piété
The present article proposes an analysis of the influence of the prescriptive discourse of the health authorities concerning the rules to be respected during the conduct of religious services, during the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as an analysis on the gestural practice of the Romanian Orthodox...
L’évêque célébrant et l’efficacité liturgique de sa parole
The present article provides a discursive analysis of several statements made by the Christian bishop as the celebrating par excellence of the Eucharistic Liturgy, the central office of Orthodoxy, and their linguistic performativity. Besides the discursive analysis, there is also a semiotic one...
Interpellation et nomination en milieu religieux orthodoxe
In this paper, we intend to show how different forms of address and salutation used towards monks, clerics, prelates and worshippers in the Orthodox world represent religious roles within the ecclesial and monastic hierarchy as well as liturgical roles during religious service celebration. We will r...
5 AA in the Orthodox Church. McArthur, "East", A Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship, EDT. John Davies, London 1972, 168; see also. Mehmet Qatar, "the creation of the Church Calendar in Christianity", Religious Studies; Volume: Number 3: 8, September-December 2000, 27
The Cherubic Hymn in The Romanian Choral Creation
The Cherubic Hymn (gr.) o heroubikos ymnos) was introduced in the Byzantine Liturgy in the 5th century, by a decree of Emperor Justin the 2nd, issued in 574. The document stated the replacement of an old psalm, once sang during the offering of bread and wine gifts at the altar by the church-goers (o...
The matter of the position of Jesus' burial cloths in a poetic text of the Orthodox Liturgy and in Iconography witnesses
The paper aims to analyze some interesting interpretations about the matter of the shape, the number and the position of Jesus' burial cloths as they were found by Peter and John in the empty tomb on Easter morning, in the light of some witnesses offered by Liturgy and Iconography.
Procession in northern Kosovska Mitrovica on the feast day of the city's celebration of Demetrius
This paper deals with the celebration of Demetrius, city's celebration of Kosovska Mitrovica, which the author wishes to show within clearly defined spacious and timely frames including a recognizable organizers and main actors. A special attention was paid to the one of the crucial celebration ritu...
The Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great: “…Do not take away the grace of Your Holy Spirit from these Gifts presented because of my sins”. Was Basil the Great a crypto-donatist?
Translation of liturgical texts is always of fundamental importance, because divine service, and especially in the Sacraments, expresses the whole essence of the Orthodox faith and the whole religious experience of Church. Errors in translations can serve as the basis for subsequent conceptual misco...
Rafael I the only Serb Ecumenical patriarch
Rafael I (Greek: Ραφαήλ Α') was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople since the beginning of 1475 to early 1476. Rafailo was priest monk originally from Serbia. Part historians believe that the Patriarch has become thanks to the influence Mare Brankovic, daughter of Serbian despot and stepmothe...
Orthodox Church in Tsar Russia
The liberation of the Muscovite lands from the Mongol oppression coincided with the fall of Constantinople. The inhabitants of Muscovy were convinced, in line with the Byzantine tradition, that the state was necessary for salvation just as the Orthodox Church, while the close ties between the state...
PROTOPRESBYTER ALEXANDER SCHMEMANN ON THE COMMON AND THE PERSONAL IN THE DIVINE LITURGY
The article, for the first time in Russian research, studies the view of protopresbyter Alexander Schmemann on the issue of the relationship between the common and the personal in the Divine liturgy. The investigation showed that Alexander Schmemann, starting from the notion of the liturgy as the co...
An illustration once at the arch of the Agios Tssarakon at the Chrysafia Lakonia (1620)
Στην arch of Agia Tssarakon in Chrysafia, Georgios Moschos originals pictorials on the walls of post-Byzantine painting, depicting the commission of the urea function in front of a painted bath. This illustrates the visual influence that Moscho receives from thematically similar manuscripts and imag...
The eucharistic liturgy of the Orthodox Church and the history of its translation into French
This paper purports to study the history of the various translations in the French language of the Eucharistic Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostomos, the main religious service in the Orthodox Church. Roughly speaking, there are two types of translations that circulated amongst...