This Revised Julian (“New”) Calendar can be used at home and in Churches. Each day lists some of the saints of the day, the Gospel and Epistle readings for the day, and if it is a fast day and to what degree. Each month comes with a different graphic. Though it is a Church calendar, it begins on January 1, the civil new year. The theme this year is scenes from St. Tikhon’s Monastery.
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This book contains rubrical notes for the services throughout the year. It also contains sections on degrees of fasting, seasonal vestment colors, a lectionary for readings on special occasions, a list of canonical days for marriage, kathismata readings throughout the year, how to chant the prokeimena, and composite readings for Vigil-ranked saints or feasts. This is an essential book for New Calendar parishes.
This revised reprint of our previous edition is an abridged version of the 4-volume Great Book of Needs set, small enough to fit in your pocket. It contains many essential prayers that take place often outside the Church building. This edition includes a more readable typeface with two bookmark. The sections of the book are:
Part 1: Childbirth
Part 2: Prayers for the Sick
Part 3: Confession and Repentance
Part 4: Prayers at the Time of Death
Part 5: The Church Year
Part 6: Various Blessings
Part 7: Prayers in the Home
Part 8: Agriculture and Livestock
Part 9: Man and Nature
CD recording of Akathist Service: Saint Alexis Toth, Confessor and Defender of Orthodoxy in America
The akathist service to Saint Tikhon of Moscow.
This revised and reprinted popular work about the Typikon/Typicon outlines many aspects of the services and how they ought to be done. Topics range from proper decorum in Church, the use of flowers, the orders of censing, directions on how to celebrate a hierarchical liturgy, how to serve in the presence of a non-celebrating bishop, services of Holy Week and Pascha, cross-processions, concelebration of the liturgy by multiple priests, and many other topics of interest to especially clergy in the Church.
The present volume presents an update to An Abridged Typicon first published in 1974 and reprinted in 1985 by St. Tikhon’s Seminary Press. The revisions made in this edition have been limited mostly to clarifying the text as originally presented to conform with traditional English liturgical norms now used in North America, and with much of Mother Mary’s and Kallistos Ware’s traditional liturgical translations. The chapter listing the prokeimena, alleluia verses and communion hymns in the original edition has not been included here since these texts are now available in The Apostol published by St. Tikhon’s and used here. Likewise, the table listing the readings from the Psalter and the Glossary have also been omitted.
Recorded by St. Tikhon’s Mission Choir in 2011.
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1. Psalm 103 (Valaam Chant)
2. Vouchsafe O Lord (Optina Hermitage Chant)
3. First Antiphon (Georgian Chant)
4. Second Antiphon (Georgian Chant)
- Only Begotten Son
5. The Beatitudes (Znamenny Chant)
6. Trisagion (17th C. Russian Polyphony
7. The Cherubic Hymn (Znamenny)
8. Anaphora (Znamenny)
9. The Angel Cried (In Slavonic)
10. Sunday Communion Hymn (St. John Koukouzelis)
11. Of thy Mystical Supper (Znamenny Chant)
12. Receive the body of Christ (Ancient Chant)
13. Behold the Bridegroom Comes at Midnight (Kievan Chant)
14. The Wise Thief (Trio, Kiev Caves Melody)
15. Thy Bridal Chamber (Kievan Chant)
16. Many Years (Moscow Chant)
17. Many Years (Common Chant)
18. Psalm 103 (St. Michael’s Hermitage Chant)