As the bishop enters the church the cantors sing Dostojno jest or the appropriate irmos. The Liturgy in English and in Spanish. The Divine Liturgy in English translation is published with the blessing of His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos of Australia. The Divine Liturgy. Divine Liturgy in English, followed by sermon also in English by Fr John Athanasiou (FB: fr-john athanasiou), 28/3/20, St Nektarios Church, Perth Please note: to watch video on your iphone, turn your iphone clockwise once, then turn clockwise again, … The Clergyman's Edition is essentially just a larger size and better quality edition for the clergy to … The word liturgy means common work or common action.The Divine Liturgy is the common work of the Orthodox Church.It is the official action of the Church formally gathered together as the chosen People of God. Liturgy of St.Basil the Great. of St. John Chrysostom. And 12 Morning Prayers 1st Hour 3rd Hour 6th Hour 9th Hour. After the bishop venerates the icons he blesses the people and we then sing Ton despotin and Is pola eti despota! The word church, as we may know, means a gathering or assembly of people specifically chosen and called apart to perform a particular task. This translation of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom is by the faculty of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. It is the product of the continuing work of the Committee on the Translation of Liturgical Texts, formed in 1990 under the chairmanship of Dr John Lee. La Divina Liturgia. His Grace Work on the Divine Liturgy began in mid 1992. de San Juan Crisóstomo. La Santa Misa en ingles y en español. Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom – for clergy. 9th … Library of texts. The Divine Liturgy is the primary worship service of the Church.The Divine Liturgy is a eucharistic service. THE DIVINE LITURGY OF SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM If it is a Hierarchical Liturgy, the cantors assemble prior to the bishop’s arrival. The text contains both Greek and English along with the priestly prayers. 7 Prayers at Lamplighting Time. Prayers in English. The Divine Liturgy is always done by Orthodox Christians on the Lord’s Day which is Sunday, the “day after Sabbath” which is symbolic of the first day of creation and the last day—or as it is called in Holy Tradition, the eighth day—of the Kingdom of God. Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom – for parishioners. Vigil.