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Drevnepravoslavnyi molitvennik Old Orthodox Prayer Book


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Form: Hardcover

Pages: 389

The third edition of the Old Orthodox Prayer Book contains the most common prayers for the layman in both English and Slavonic: Morning and Evening prayers, prayers during the day, the main prayers of the Divine Services from Vespers to Liturgy; Canons to our Lord, the Mother of God and the Guardian Angel; Canons for the sick, for the departed; the Canon and Hours of Pascha; Prayers before and after Holy Communion. 

Also included is an instructional chapter, the church calendar with commemorations of the saints for each day, and a 100-year Paschal table. The third edition again contains troparia and kontakia of the Eight Tones, the Triodions, and the major feasts and saints celebrated throughout the year.

The Old Orthodox Prayer Book is published in a tartan red hardcover, small format (approx. 5” x 7”), 760 pages. The text is printed in black & red. Larger English font than the second edition. Ribbon marker. 

Translated to English from Slavonic by Hieromonk German Ciuba

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  1. contains the Canon for the Departed 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Oct 2018

    This Canon is a very needed one and the only reason I chose this prayer book after loyally attending to the Jordanville prayer book. This new 2015 edition (I had used the older edition and it is less heavy) though is a bit heavier in my hands. So I prefer the size of the Jordanville prayer book. Alas. Maybe all this is not what is important--all these are very small considerations--and what matters is to pray. God help us do that!

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