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Playlist of Roman Catholicism in Romania

  • Orthodox Monk gives a advice to a Roman Catholic


    scene from the movie 1612

  • Romanian Byzantine Chant-St Gregory Palamas-Stihovana


    Saint Gregory Palamas (Γρηγόριος Παλαμάς) (1296 - 1359) was a monk of Mount Athos in Greece and later the Archbishop of Thessalonica known as a preeminent theologian of Hesychasm. He is venerated as a Saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church, as well as the Roman Catholic and Eastern Catholic Churches. Some of his writings are collected in the Philokalia. The second Sunday of the Great Lent is called the Sunday of Gregory Palamas in those Churches that commemorate him according to the Byzantine Rite. He also has a feast day on November 14.

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  • The Lords Lamentations


    Keep knocking, and the joy inside will eventually open a window and look out to see who’s there.
    — Rumi

    All know that the drop merges into the ocean, but few know that the ocean merges into the drop.
    — Kabir

    Lord, shed upon our darkened souls the brilliant light of your wisdom so that we may be enlightened and serve you with renewed purity. Sunrise marks the hour for men to begin their toil, but in our souls, Lord, prepare a dwelling for the day that will never end.
    — Saint Ephrem the Syrian


  • Best Radio 1 • Live Radio Pop Music 2019 Best English Songs Of All Time & New Popular Songs 2019


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  • The canticle of the Three Holy Youths in various languages and traditions


    It is one of the most famous hymns from the Bible. This video begins with the last piece of the reading of the Book of prophet Daniel, which ends the 15 readings of the Old Testament read during the Vesperal Liturgy of Great Saturday which precedes the feast of Pascha.
    Chanted in English (Eastern Orthodox - byzantine chant), French (Eastern Orthodox - Russian chant), Greek (Eastern Orthodox - byzantine chant), Armenian (Oriental Orthodox), Arabic (Eastern Orthodox - byzantine chat), Spanish (Roman Catholic), Romanian (Eastern Orthodox - byzantine chant), Coptic (Oriental Orthodox), Church Slavonic (Eastern Orthodox - byzantine chant), English (Eastern Orthodox - byzantine chant). Some of them are with subtitles.

    Kantyk Trzech Młodzieńców z Księgi Proroka Daniela, który w Cerkwi prawosławnej kończy 15 czytań ze Starego Testamentu (paremije) w trakcie Liturgii Wielkiej Soboty.

    Pesma trojice mladića

    O praise ye the Lord and supremely exalt Him unto the ages

    Τον Κύριον υμνείτε, και υπερυψούτε εις πάντας τους αιώνας

    Օրհնեալ ես դու Տէր Աստուած հարցըն մերոց, գովեալ եւ առաւել բարձրա ցեալ յաւիտեանս

    سبح الرب وارفعاه الى الدهور

    Pe Domnul, laudati-L si-L preainaltati intru toti vecii

    Bendecid al Señor proclamando los siglos Su gloria

    Господа пойте и превозносите Его во веки
    Gospoda pojte i prevoznosite Jego vo vjeki
    Господа појте и превозносите Јего во вјеки

    Evlogite. Third hoos. Ընթերցում Դանիել մարգարեի գրքից. Սուրբ Զատիկ

  • Byzantine Choir at Sixth Annual Symposium of Romanian Orthodox Spirituality


    Recorded Saturday April 13, 2013 at Trinity College (University of Toronto)
    Sixth Annual Symposium of Romanian Orthodox Spirituality:
    Christian Faith in the new context of freedom. Church's transformative dynamic between social responsibility and Christian commitment.


    + Introduction by HG Ioan Casian of Vicina and Rev. Dean D. Neelands

    + Rev. Dr. Robert J. Barringer Personal Reflections on Fr Dumitru Staniloae and on the Meaning of his Life and Work for Roman Catholicism

    + Rev. Dr. Dragos Giulea Re-Envisioning Communion and Truth after Volf-Zizioulas Dispute

    + Maria Simakova Theological Truth-Telling in Post-Imperial World

    + 1st Q&A

    + Prof. Lucian Turcescu Between Seperation and Establishment: Church-State Relations in Eastern Europe?

    + Prof. Maria-Fotini Polidoulis Kapsalis The Effects of the Edict of Milan on Christian Suffering and on the Rise of Monasticism

    + Prof. David Wagschal Orthodox Canon Law in a Post-Constantinian World: Problems and Prospects

    + 2nd Q&A

    + Prof. Richard Schneider Constantine without Eusebius: What understanding of Christian Faith is shown by his pragmatic actions - laws, church, building, etc. - and what are the consequences for Orthodox Ecclesiology?

    + Prof. Adriana Bara Byzantium after Byzantium in the Sixteenth Century Maldavia

    + 3rd Q&A

    + Byzantine Choir

    SYMPOSIUM Intent

    The symposium has been intended to propose to the public the most viable, actual and inspiring ideas of the Orthodox thinking via two venues: (1) conferences held by the well-known hierarchs, theologians and professors in North - America and not only; (2) papers written by the younger theologians able to bring foreword their dynamic, creative and fresh spirit. We hoped that this initiative will give a push at the creation of a Christian orthodox forum, open to all, able to propose in a flexible, coherent and genuine way ideas for future solutions from an Orthodox Christian standpoint to the multiple challenges the contemporary society is confronted to.

    From the outset the symposium has been designed to become: (a) a forum able to build a modern, coherent and consistent Christian Orthodox vision; (b) to bring a present witness to those who look for spiritual and intellectual resourcing while addressing some of the above mentioned challenges. Every year we chose a topic we thought relevant for the contemporary debates.

    The organization of the symposium has been based on the idea of partnership: our Archdiocese (Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in the Americas) and a University. We sponsored the event while involving guest
    - speakers from various theological departments. This has been the way in which we understood to promote collaboration and dialogue between institutions at different levels.

    Last but not least we hope in this way to partially overcome the gap which separates since some time the academic theology with its relevant achievements and the Church's life. We are convinced that from this collaboration both of them, Church and University, will result enriched: (1) the academic theology will be lighted up through the living instinct and experience of the Church's life; (2) the Church will discern better the historical context of its own faith and tradition.

    This will allow us to strengthen and affirm the already emerging Orthodox Christian leadership in North - America and not only, setting us in a position of continuity with the patristic thinking and the newer theological tradition of 20th century.

    Short thematic history and participants:
    2008: Transfiguration in Christ (Union Theological Seminary - Columbia University, New York)
    2009: The Cappadocians. Theology and Spirituality for 21st century (Concordia University, Montreal)
    2010: Nicaea and Constantinople - a confession of faith - witness and source of unity (University of St. Thomas, St. Paul Minnesota)
    2011: The Sacraments - ways of sanctification (Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute - St. Paul University, Ottawa)
    2012: The Sacrament of Anointing and the Care of the Sick (Hellenic College Holy Cross - Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, Boston)

    Among the most well-known guest - speakers we had until now we can number Metropolitan Seraphim Joanta of Germany, prof. John McGuckin, prof. Charles Kannegiesser, prof. Pamela Bright, prof. Lucian Turcescu, prof. Peter Galadza, prof. Paul Meyendorff and other young intellectuals.

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  • Lords prayer / Отче наш - Star Beshnov, Romania / Стар Бешенов, Румъния


    May 25, 2017, Children's Radio Choir sang in Banat Bulgarian Roman Catholic church in Dudeștii Vechi (Stár Bišnov). After the Mass and the children gave a short concert ended with the Lord's Prayer.

    Детският радиохор пя в Банатската Българска римокатолическа църква в Стар Бешенов. След литургията децата изнесоха кратък концерт, който завърши с Отче наш.
    25.05.2017 г.

  • Romanian annual Festival at St Mary Cleveland OH,2017


    Good food inside and out, good music, superb hospitality all that in one place from our friends at St.Mary Orthodox Church Cleveland OH, Aug-20-2017.



    Mimina Neema. Ni Toleo la 11 la Kwaya ya Mtakatifu Kizito, Parokia ya mwenye heri Anuarite - Makuburi, Dar es salaam. Huu ni wimbo mmoja miongoni mwa nyimbo 12 zinazofanya Album hii. Jipatie nakala yako ya DVD sasa. Piga simu namba +255 715 160 055 au +255 743 731 937

    Miongoni mwa nyimbo bora za Kwaya Katoliki, tusikilize na Kutazama kwa afya ya Roho zetu.
    Tusikilize sauti tamu na Maneno Matamu kutoka kwa wanakwaya hawa.

    Mungu atubariki sote.

    Tunapoendelea kuomba Mungu amimine neema kwetu, tuendelee pia kuzitafuta habari zake, habari za mwana wake Yesu Kristo, Habari za Yesu.


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  • 12 differences between Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism


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  • Music Of Cathedrals and Forgotten Temples | 1-Hour Atmospheric Choir Mix


    The Best Choral Orchestral Pieces of Cathedrals and Forgotten Temples!

    0:00 Jeremy Soule – Peace of Akatosh (The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion Soundtrack)
    4:09 Catholic Renaissance Hymns – Adoremus in Aeternum
    6:42 Hans Zimmer – Aurora
    15:17 Mozart – Requiem: Lacrimosa
    18:26 Howard Shore – Evenstar (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Soundtrack)
    21:41 Gregorian Chant – Da Pacem Domine
    26:15 Mychael Danna – Tsimtsum (Life of Pi Soundtrack)
    29:05 Pergolesi – Stabat Mater: Dolorosa
    33:48 Samuel Barber – Agnus Dei
    41:44 Catholic Hymns – Pange Lingua Gloriosi
    48:08 Erik Satie – Gymnopedie No. 1 (for Soprano)
    51:47 Gregorian Chant – Dies Irae
    54:53 Jeremy Soule – From Past to Present (The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Soundtrack)
    59:58 Howard Shore – Twilight and Shadow (the Lord of the Rings: Return of the King Soundtrack)
    1:03:28 Gabriel Faure – Pie Jesu
    1:06:56 Gregorian Chant – Te Deum

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  • Цинї забутих предкох


    Hutsuls - are an ethno-cultural group who for centuries have inhabited the Carpathian mountains, mainly in Ukraine and in the northern extremity of Romania (in the areas of Bukovina and Maramureş). Hutsuls regard themselves as being part of the broader Rusyn ethnic minority and/or as Ukrainian highlanders.

    The Hutsul language is relatively unusual. It is considered to be a dialect of Western Ukrainian with some Polish influences.

    Ukraine 21,400 Romania 3,890

    Predominantly Ukrainian Greek Catholic or Orthodox, with Roman Catholic minorities.

    Help us caption & translate this video!

  • Carmina Romana - Madone protectrice Aparatoare Doamna


    Popular Hymn (dedicated to the Holy Mother of God) from the Romanian Orthodox Liturgy. Arranged for women choir by Gheorghe Cucu (1882-1932). Performed by Carmina Romana at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). The event took place on 21st of November 2010 in Eglise St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • Sacred Byzantine Chants


    Chant of Constantinople more commonly known as Byzantine Chant is the sacred chant of the Orthodox churches in the former lands of the eastern Roman Empire and many of their ecclesiastical offshoots beyond those areas. This tradition, encompassing the Greek-speaking world, developed in Byzantium. It is undeniably of composite origin, drawing on the artistic and technical productions of the classical age, on Jewish music, and inspired by the monophonic vocal music that evolved in the early Christian cities of Alexandria, Antioch, and Ephesus. In the Orthodox Church today, many churches use Byzantine Chant as their primary musical tradition, including the Churches of Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, and Albania.

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  • Romanian Catholic voices 1


    A wondeful voice from Romanian Catholic Parrish Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Bucharest: Maximilian Lucaci (ministrant)

  • Dark Ambient of Gothic Choirs and Ancient Cults


    Dark Ambient of Gothic Choirs and Ancient Cults, compiled by Atrium Carceri
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    This 1 hour mix was carefully crafted by choosing tracks that tell a story of Secret Societies, Ancient Cults and Religious Sacrifice.

    00:00 Metatron Omega - Transductio

    09:20 Dead Melodies - Wretched Masquerade

    15:21 Ager Sonus - Inner Sanctum

    20:55 Atrium Carceri - The Traitor

    24:10 Paleowolf - Eastern Tribes

    32:24 Apocryphos, Kammarheit, Atrium Carceri - Cavern of Igneous Flame

    37:13 Alphaxone - Secret Path

    44:09 Phonothek - Come in The Whisper

    48:26 Randal Collier-Ford - Hellgate


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  • Birth of the Churches: EarlyChurch, RomanCatholics, Protestants, Baptists, Pentecostals - Zac Poonen


    Reformation of the church: you can listen full sermon here

  • Bazilica Minoră Adorminrea Maicii Domnului - Cacica - ROMANIA


    Bazilica Minoră Adormirea Maicii Domnului de la Cacica

    Fondul sonor

    Ave Maria Vladimir Vavilov (Caccini)
    Lusine Zakaryan - Soprană
    Berj Zamkochian - orgă

  • Lange acclama, Ingerul a strigat - Varlaam Protosinghelul


    Romanian Christian Orthodox Liturgical Hymn composed by Varlaam Protosinghelul. Performed by Carmina Romana mixed choir at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). The event took place on the 21st of November 2010 in the church St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and of Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • Hymn of the Incarnation - St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church


    - St. Nicholas Choir - July 13, 2008 - St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church, Barberton, Oh

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  • Fr John Michet Ordination - deacon and priest - 11/2016


  • Romanian Orthodox Byzantine Chant-Sfinte Dumnezeule


    Holy Lord

  • TEODORA CIUCUR sings Ave Maria by Bach-Gounod


    BACH-GOUNOD's Ave Maria, soloist TEODORA CIUCUR, Chorus & Orchestra of The Roman Catholic Cathedral of Timisoara, Romania. Conductor WALTER KINDL

  • Marche Funèbre - Lullaby of Insanity Live; Metal Gates Fest; Romania


    Marche Funèbre - Lullaby of Insanit
    Live from Metal Gates Festival in Bucharest, Romania
    October 19, 2019


    From the album: Into the Arms of Darkness

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    By turns stirring, turbulent, romantic, furious and thoughtful, Into The Arms of Darkness is a densely-packed and compelling album from one of the more distinctive-sounding bands in the genre, and it absolutely deserves to grab your attention. -

    Into The Arms Of Darkness shows Marche Funèbre having found their final sound and putting themselves midst the big names of doom/death metal. - Doom Metal Front

    Into The Arms of Darkness is the bands third release and is going to satisfy and please the band's many fans as well as anyone who's curious about the whole genre of doom metal heavily influenced with a old death/black metal verve. - The Metal Gods Meltdown

    It is obvious: this happens to be the best album of Marche Funèbre so far (…) - Lords of Metal

    Going for the grandiose segment of their sound, the band brings out plenty of familiar elements featured throughout here that make for a rather impressive outing. - The Metal Observer

  • Adeste fideles :Jubilate Deo


    christmas concert in the church of Saint Ladislau in Oradea

  • I. Concert de Crăciun - Institutul Franciscan Roman 2017


    Susținut de corul Institutului Teologic Romano-Catolic Franciscan din Roman, Ioculatores Domini și corul Speranța din Buruienești, dedicat în mod special fraților și persoanelor din realitățile de voluntariat și pastorație.

    Începutul concertului: minutul 21:20
    Gaudeat Ecclesia (cântec medieval de Crăciun) - 31:47
    Ecce nomen Domini (cântec medieval de Crăciun) - 34:09
    Verbum Patris humanatur (cântec medieval de Crăciun) - 36:27
    Gaudete (autor necunoscut din sec. XVI) - 38:27
    Poezie (fr. Andrei Marius) - 41:43
    Legănelul lui Isus (Valentin Teodorian) - 45:57
    Trei crai de la răsărit (melodia după Anton Pann) - 50:09
    Închinarea păstorilor (Vasile Popovici) - 53:19
    La Betleem colo-n jos (N. Lungu) - 55:28
    Poezie (fr. Blaj Emanuel Petrică) - 59:27
    Pe cărarea șerpuită (Alexandru Pașcanu) – alături de Corul Speranța - 01:05:10
    Doarme-n iesle-n umilire – alături de Corul Speranța - 01:09:32
    Clopotele sună mărire (melodie italiană adaptată) – alături de Corul Speranța - 01:13:41
    Poezie - copil - 01:16:50
    Transeamus (Joseph Schnabel) - 01:18:33
    Bună dimineața (Al. Podoleanu și I. D. Chirescu) - 01:21:32
    Bună dimineața la Moș Ajun (Ion Costescu) - 01:23:27
    În ieslea din Betleem (N. Moldoveanu) - 01:24:36
    Linu-i lin (Tiberiu Brediceanu și I. D. Chirescu) - 01:29:13
    Lerui mărului (Gheorghe Danga) - 01:34:02
    La mulți ani! - 01:54:19

  • TEODORA CIUCUR sings Adolphe Adams O Holy Night / Cantique de Noël


    O Holy Night / Cantique de Noël (Minuit chrétiens) by Adolphe Adam, soloist TEODORA CIUCUR (in german, romanian & french). The Roman Catholic Cathedral Choir and Orchestra from Timisoara (Romania)
    conductor prof. dr. Walter Kindl

  • Ioan Caianu


    Anca Iarosevici - Viola da Gamba / Discant
    Bogdan Mihailescu - Guitar

    Remembering our recital at the St. Nicholas Church / Brussels in May, I have to mention, how amazing is Ioan Caianu’s music from Transylvania. After more than 350 years, it sounds so “Romanian” nowadays!
    What do you think? Enjoy this music!

    Ion Căianu (1629 – 1687) was a Transylvanian Franciscan monk and Roman Catholic priest, musician, folklorist, humanist, constructor and repairer of organs of Romanian origin (according to his own testimony, Natus valachus sum - I was born a Vlach).
    Caioni was born in Kiskaján (Căianu Mic), at the time part of the Kingdom of Hungary (now in Bistrița-Năsăud County, Romania). He was raised in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca) and Csíksomlyó (Șumuleu Ciuc). He was of a noble family — Caioni's aunt was the wife of a garrison commander in Csíkszereda (Miercurea Ciuc). Through her connections, he was admitted in the Franciscan monastery of Csíksomlyó.
    Caioni studied with the Jesuits in Kolozsvár, and continued his studies in Csíksomlyó. In 1647, he became a monk, and continued his studies in Nagyszombat (Trnava), training in music. He was ordained in 1655. Subsequently, he lived in Csíksomlyó, Gyergyószárhegy (Lăzarea), and Călugăreni (now a village in Eremitu commune, Mureș County). He died in Gyergyószárhegy and was buried, in accordance with his last wish, in an unmarked grave.

  • Eastern Catholic Doxology


    Gloria (Latin) or Doxologia (Greek)... Is the Important Prayer in the Holy Mother Catholic Church.

    This is Gloria In Excelsis Deo (Greater Doxology) which is sung in the Eastern as well as the Western Rites of the Holy Mother Catholic Church.

    Pax Christi....

  • Lord Jesus Christ, Doamne Iisuse Hristoase, Seigneur Jesus Christ


    Romanian popular song. Arranged by Gheorghe Cucu (1882-1932). Performed by Carmina Romana mixed choir at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). Soloist: Valentina Dascalu. The event took place on the 21st of November 2010 in the church St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and of Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • CHURCH OF THE MONTH - ORADEA - ROMANIA - by Carmen Ioana Sabou - 2017


  • Esti cel mai frumos , Philadelphia Romanian Church Atlanta 2019.


  • Veran Zorila I SmoothJazz Romania


    Sunt un iubitor al muzicii de smoothjazz, cu preocupari spirituale si in zona de dezvoltare personala. Te invit intr-o calatorie de descoperire a acestui stil muzical care ma defineste.
    Prin intermediul saxofonului pot sa fiu eu insumi la cel mai inalt nivel si asta se simte in fiecare nota muzicala din cantecele mele. Pe 31 Mai 2017 la Sediul Creart Teatrelli imi voi lansa albumul de suflet la care lucrez de ceva vreme si care se numeste The Magic of Silence Urmareste-mi Pagina de Facebook intitulata Veran Zorila si fii la curent cu evenimentele in desfasurare pe care urmeaza sa le anunt, daca iti place acest gen




  • O Virgin Pure, Agni Parthene - Hymn to the Mother of God


    “O Virgin Pure” (Agni Parthene/ Ἁγνὴ Παρθένε in Greek) is a hymn to the Mother of God composed by Nectarios of Aegina. It’s not a very old hymn but is much loved by the Eastern Churches. The Slavic version is found in this video, and is sung by the Studite Monks of the Univ Lavra in Ukraine. The words are found below, along with a very rough translation of the original that I made, but which DOES NOT correspond to the version in the video unfortunately. At least it will give an idea of what is being sung.

    Маріє, Діво Чистая, Пресвятая Богородице;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Царице, Мати, Діво, Руно всепокривающеє;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Превишшая Небесних сил, Нетварноє Сіяніє;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Ликов дівичих радосте І Ангелов превишшая;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Небес Честная Сило І Світе паче всіх світов;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Честнійшая Владичице Всіх Небесних воїнств;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Всіх праотцев Надеждо, Пророков Ісполненіє;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    В подвизіх Ти помоще, Кивоте Бога Слова,
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Ти дівам Ликованіє І матерем Отрадо;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Премудрія Наставнице, Душ наших Очищеніє;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Покрове, ширший облака, І страждущих пристанище;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Немощних Покров і Заступнице, Надеждо ненадежних;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Маріє Діво, Мати Христа, Істиннаго Бога;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Ааронов Жезле прозябший, Сосуде тихой радости;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    И сирих і вдов Утішеніє, В бідах і скорбих радосте;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Священная і Непорочная, Владичице всепітая;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Приклони ко мні милосердіє Божественнаго Сина;
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.
    Ходатайце спасенія, Припадая, взиваю Ти:
    Радуйся, Невісто неневістная.

    O Virgin Pure, O Spotless Theotokos;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O Virgin Queen and Mother, O dewy and most sacred fleece;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O more radiant than the sun’s rays, and higher than the heavens;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O joy and delight of virgins, surpassing all angels;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Brighter than the firmament, most pure and radiant light;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Holier than the heavenly ranks, of all the heavenly armies;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O ever-virgin Mary, Lady of all creation;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Bride pure and immaculate, Lady all-holy;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O Holy Mary, bride and queen, our cause of jubilation;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Majestic maiden, queen of all, our most holy Mother;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Surpassing principalities, dominions, thrones and powers;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Rejoice, song of the Cherubim, rejoice O hymn of angels;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Rejoice ode of the Seraphim, the joy of the archangels;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Rejoice, O peace and joy, the haven of salvation;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O bridal chamber of the Word, and unfading blossom;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Rejoice delightful paradise, life everlasting;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Rejoice O holy tree of life and fount of immortality;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    I supplicate thee Lady, I humbly beseech thee;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O Queen of all I beg thee, to grant me thy favor;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    O spotless and majestic maiden, Lady all holy;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    I call upon thee fervently, o most sacred temple;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    Deliver and assist me, shelter me from the enemy;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!
    By thy supplication, make me heir to immortality;
    Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded!

  • Carmina Romana - Nu pricep, Curata - Ni les anges, ni les hommes ne comprennent - ton 3.avi


    Romanian Orthodox Hymn. Performed by Radu Cuceu as special guest of Carmina Romana choir at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). Conductor: Ionut Untea. Lyrics in French read by Valentina Dascalu. The event took place on the 21st of November 2010 in the church St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and of Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • Hungarian Folk Music of Moldavian Csángó People


    The Csango people are a Hungarian ethnographic group of Roman Catholic faith living mostly in the Romanian region of Moldavia, especially in Bacău County. Their traditional language, Csango, an old Hungarian dialect, is currently used by only a minority of the Csango population group. The ethnic Csángó Hungarians of Moldavia's Seret Valley have moved in large numbers to Budapest, and become a staple of the local folk scene with their distinctive instrumentation using flutes, fiddles, drums and the lute.

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  • Carmina Romana - Vierge Pure by St Nectarios of Aegina.avi


    French version of a Greek Orthodox Hymn by St. Nectarios of Aegina (1846-1920) dedicated to the Holy Mother of God. Performed by Carmina Romana women choir at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). The hymn is preceded by a poem written and read in Romanian by Dumitrita Roatis. The event took place on 21st of November 2010 in Eglise St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and Ars Identitatis cultural association.

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  • Anthem of Vatican


    Pontifical Anthem and March - Hymnus et modus militaris Pontificalis
    Original Latin/English translation
    The Pontifical Anthem and March, also known as the Papal Anthem, is the anthem played to mark the presence of the Pope or one of his representatives, such as a nuncio, and on other solemn occasions. When the Vatican's flag is ceremonially raised, only the first eight bars are played.

    While the Papal Anthem also serves as the national anthem of the Holy See and the Vatican City State, the Vatican stresses that it is not to be understood as a national anthem; it is a composition whose words and music speak to the heart of many throughout the world who see in Rome the See of Peter.

  • Medley of Carols - St Basils Melkite Greek Catholic | 2018 Calgary Ukrainian Carol Festival


    St Basil's Melkite Greek Catholic Church.
    Calgary, Alberta.

    22nd Annual Calgary Ukrainian Carol Festival - Dec 9, 2018
    St Stephens Ukrainian Catholic Church
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada

    Echoes of Ukraine 2019

  • A Glimpse Into Modern Day Orthodox Christianity


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  • Bethlehem on the Border


    +J.M.J.+ A Christmas concert of sacred choral music from old Mexico and new Spain: A few members of the men's schola from Jesus and Mary Roman Catholic Church in conjunction with the El Paso County Historical Commission and the Tom Lea Institute of El Paso, humbly presented sacred choral music devoted to the composers and compositions of the Spanish Renaissance who beautified the earliest communities with jubilant song. The men's schola reverently chanted and sang in the magnificent auspices of the Catholic Mission of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, commonly known in Spanish as La Misión de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, on December 17th, 2016.
    This was an attempt to recreate a glimpse of the musical heritage that would have been experienced on the Feast of the Nativity during the lifetimes of the Mission's earliest generations of parishioners.
    1. Veni Veni Emmanuel–Anonymous, 13th Century
    2. Introit: Puer Natus Est– Gregorian Chant Proper (Isaiah 9:6, Psalms 97:1)
    3. Puer Natus Est– Polyphony by Cristóbal de Morales, TTB, 16th Century
    4. Gradual: Viderunt Omnes– Gregorian Chant Proper (Psalms 97:2-4)
    5. Alleluia: Alleluia-Dies Sanctificatus– Gregorian Chant Proper (Roman Missal)
    6. Ave Maria– Polyphony by Tomás Luis de Victoria, TTBB, 16th Century
    7. Offertory: Tui Sunt Coeli– Gregorian Chant Proper (Psalms 88:12,15)
    8. O Magnum Mysterium– Polyphony by Tomás Luis de Victoria, TTBB, 16th Century
    9. Communion: Viderunt Omnes– Gregorian Chant Proper with Organum Psalm Tone and drone. (Psalms 97:3)
    10. Para Dar Luz Inmortal– Polyphony, Anonymous, Saint Clara Choir-book, 18th Century
    11. Jesu Redemptor Omnium–Polyphony, by Caspar Ett, 19th Century
    12. Gaudete! Gaudete!– Polyphony, Anonymous
    13. Riu, Riu, Chiu– Polyphony, Villancio- Mateo Flecha el Viejo, 1556
    14. Agni Parthene– Greek Marian Hymn, by Saint Nectarios of Aegina, 19th Century
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  • Romanian catholic song for Lent. Virtual organ : Doesburg organ


    Romanian catholic song for Lent: „Când Pilat l-a condamnat...”.

  • Coldplay - Viva La Vida


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  • СКИНІЯ ЗЛАТАЯ - Ukrainian Christmas carol


    Скинія златая, Ковчеже Завіта. Українська народна колядка. Гурт Барви. Skyniya Zlataya, Kovchezhe Zavita, vydiashche dnes Mladentsa, Syna povyta / Golden Tabernacle, Arc of the Covenant seeing today the Baby, greeted the Son: Rejoice Mary, rejoice All-Virgin about the Birth of Your Son. Ukrainian Christmas carol. This song though is in Ukrainian, has some old Church-Slavic vocabulary inbetween. Seems to be very old church carol, as text hasnt been updated to the modern language. I found only 2 versions / recordings of this carol. The other recording will share later sometime.

    PS.: This amazing and unique sculpture featuring Mary and Arc of the Covenant (the rare depiction carries deep theological meaning) is from Catholic Church of Stanislaw Kostka in Chicago, USA Stanislaw Kostka was Polish Jesuit saint from Cracow, who died as a young boy and whose body stayed incorrupt after death, illuminating supernatural bluish lights! This story is described in the book Incorruptables by Joan Cruz. St. Stanislaw Kostka was a patron saint of prewar Lviv (Lwow), population of which was some 60 % Polish up to late 40s (when all Poles of Lviv were deported mainly to Wroclaw, former German city that became Polish at that moment). Image of Stanislaw Kostka was on City Hall Tower of Lviv (not sure if its still there).

    Though local west Ukrainians comprised some 14-20 % of urban population of prewar Lviv (Lviv was Polish island in west Ukrainian sea, as the surrounding East Galicia was nearly entirely Ukrainian - Poles were only urban dwellers, just as Russians are in east Ukrainian cities but not in villages), after the deportation of its Polish inhabitants, city was populated by villagers (30%) from Lviv province (Ukrainian Greek-Catholics), Ukrainian immigrants from central and eastern Ukraine (central Orthodox Ukrainians, other 40 %) and once ruling Soviet Russian class & military - ethnic Russians, some 20 % (now they got Ukrainianized, as city is nearly exclusively Ukrainian speaking). So today city is 52 % Ukrainian Orthodox, 48 % Ukrainian Greek-Catholic. While the surrounding th entire Lviv province is nearly totally Ukrainian Greek-Catholic. So there is a hidden difference between Lviv and Lviv privince in terms of demographics / religion. Though western Ukrainian population is more or less homogeneous (even if one take Volyn, Rivne & Chernivtsi regions that are Orthodox in difference to Lviv, Ternopil, Ivano-Frankivsk and Zakarpattia regions that are mainly Greek-Catholic) due to the dominance of same Ukrainian language / same linguistic culture & national identity. ПІДТРИМАЙ МІЙ ПРОЕКТ!

  • Lord, I will always love you, Iubi-te-voi, Doamne, Je taimerai toujours, Seigneur,


    Romanian Orthodox Liturgical Hymn. It is usually sung by Romanian Orthodox priests during Liturgy (Orthodox Mass) just before the Creed. Performed by Carmina Romana mixed choir with its special guest, the Opera singer Radu Cuceu at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). Conductor: Ionut Untea. The event took place on 21st of November 2010 in the church St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • Twisting The Night Away Roman Szczepaniak Sax sopran


    Nowy Rok – międzynarodowe święto przypadające 1 stycznia każdego roku (w kalendarzu gregoriańskim), w Polsce jest to dzień wolny od pracy. W powszechnie przyjętym zwyczaju obchodzenie święta należy rozpocząć od otworzenia butelki szampana o północy z dnia 31 grudnia na 1 stycznia następnego roku. Dzień poprzedzający Nowy Rok nosi w polskiej tradycji miano sylwestra od imienia świętego, który wspominany jest w tym dniu w liturgii w Kościele rzymskokatolickim − św. Sylwester papież .
    Reżyseria i montaż tego pięknego wideo zrobil Adam ( nabuccofull ):
    Dziękuję Adam drogi Przyjacielu za zrobienie tego supr filmiku .
    Muzyka - Roman Szczepaniak saxophon sopran .

    New Year - international holiday falling on January 1 each year (in the Gregorian calendar), in Poland it is a day off work. In the generally accepted custom, the celebration of the feast should begin with the opening of a bottle of champagne at midnight on December 31st to January 1 of the following year. The day preceding the New Year is in the Polish tradition called the New Year's Eve from the name of the saint, who is mentioned on this day in the liturgy in the Roman Catholic Church - Saint. New Year's Eve, Pope.
    The directing and editing of this beautiful video was done by Adam (nabuccofull):
    Thank you, Adam, dear Friend, for making this supr movie.
    Music - Roman Szczepaniak saxophon soprano.



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