This book provides twenty-three pages for listing the names of living Orthodox loved ones to pray for and provides twenty-three pages to list Orthodox loved ones who have died. There is one prayer in English for the living and one prayer in English for the dead as well as two half tone icons. In the Russian tradition, this book is handed to the priest with the small prosphora before the beginning of the liturgy. The booklet has a card cover with saddle stitch binding printed in red and black ink.
Posted by Rdr. Michael on 24th Sep 2018
By and large the commemoration book is very good. My only issue is that it could use a few more pages in both the living and dead for commemorations
Posted by Unknown on 31st Oct 2017
This booklet is very useful for giving along with prosphora offering. It contains a section for those who are deceased and those who are living and in need of prayers.
Posted by Michael K Nye on 10th Aug 2017
The older Jordanville edition of the Commemoration Book I leave at Church includes the Moleben and Panikhida. I thought this would be the same, but it only has pages for names.
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