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  • Gospel in Greek at Papal Mass

    3:42

    Opening of the Special Assembly for the Middle East of the Synod of Bishops
    Vatican Basilica, 10 October 2010
    28th Sunday of Ordinary Time

    Gospel: Luke 17, 11-19

  • Black and Orthodox

    15:41

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

    12:28

    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

    Refrain:
    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

  • ARMENIANS IN ISRAEL АРМЯНЕ В ИЗРАИЛЕ

    2:30

    Armenians in Israel are Armenians living in Israel, some of whom hold Israeli citizenship.

    In 1986, it was estimated that 1,500 Armenians lived in the city of Jerusalem.[3] According to a 2006 survey, 790 Armenians lived in Jerusalem's Old City.[4] In 2015, the Times of Israel published an article, with an estimate of up to 10,000 Armenians living across Israel.[2]
    A significant minority of the Armenian community has been resident in the Levant for centuries. The first recorded Armenian pilgrimage to the Holy Land was an Armenian delegation of priests in the early 4th century AD. The visit is alluded to in an Armenian translation of a Greek letter written by Patriarch Macarius of Jerusalem to his contemporary, St. Vrtanes (ruled 333–341).[5]

    The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem was founded in 638.[4] It is located in the Armenian Quarter, the smallest quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem.
    The overwhelming majority of Armenians in Israel are Armenian Orthodox Christians, but there are also a small number of Armenian Catholics and Armenian Evangelicals. The Armenian Orthodox remain under the jurisdiction of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem and the residing Patriarch under the auspices of Armenian Apostolic Church (See of Holy Echmiadzin), whereas the Armenian Catholics are under the jurisdiction of the Armenian Catholic Church and Patriarchal Vicar (residing at Via Dolorosa 41 - Fourth Station).

    The Churches belonging to the Armenian Apostolic Church are amongst others St. Elias Church in Haifa and Saint Nicholas Church in Jaffa. Armenian-Israelis also pray in St. James Cathedral (Sourpotz Hagopyants) at the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem, at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem (under joint jurisdiction of Armenian Church with other Christian churches) and the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem (again under joint jurisdiction of the Armenian Church and other Christian churches). The Armenian Church also has the St. George Monastery in Ramleh. Armenians in Israel and the West Bank celebrate Christmas and the Epiphany on the same day, which is traditionally on January 19, while Armenian Orthodox communities in Armenia and worldwide celebrate on January 6. This is because the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem still abides by the ancient Julian calendar, whereas the Armenian Apostolic Church has adopted the newer Gregorian calendar. Armenian Catholics, Evangelical and Brethren churches in Israel celebrate Christmas on December 25, in line with all other Catholics of the Roman Catholic Church as well as other fellow Protestants.
    The Institute of African and Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem established a chair of Armenian Studies program, specialising in study of Armenian language, literature, history and culture as well as the Armenian Genocide.
    Armenia maintains diplomatic relations with Israel. According to the CIA World Factbook, Armenia receives 4.8% of its imports from Israel, while Israel receives 7.1% of Armenia's exports.[12] Although both countries have diplomatic relations, neither maintains an embassy in the other country. Instead, Ambassador Ehud Moshe Eytam, the Israeli ambassador to Armenia is based in Tbilisi, Georgia, and visits Yerevan twice a month. In Jerusalem Tsolag Momjian is the honorary consul.

    Since Armenia's independence, Israeli politicians, rabbis, and the country's Armenian community have called on the Israeli government to recognize the Armenian Genocide. At the same time, Turkey has threatened to break off ties with Israel if Israel or the United States recognized the killings as genocide.[13] As of 2008, there has been an ongoing debate regarding recognition in the Knesset with Turkey lobbying hard to prevent it.[14] According to The Jerusalem Post, many Israelis support recognition.[15]

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  • American Orthodox sisters chanting at Decani Monastery

    1:28

    Orthodox Christian pilgrims from the United States chant the hymn to the Mother of God at Dečani Monastery, Kosovo, 27 June 2016

  • Hacarmel church Haifa

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  • New Orthodox martyrs of Soviet persecutions of the Church ☦️

    8:54

    New Christian martyrs of Orthodox Church in the former Soviet Union. Saints murdered by red bolsheviks (communist NKVD) during Lenin´s and Stalin´s rule. Marxist persecution of the Christians in the USSR (thousands of monks, priests, clergy and laymen were murdured, shot or deported into concentration camp, thousands of Orthodox churches were bombed, vandalized and desecrated and turned into storage houses or sports halls). This was the biggest mass persecution of the Christians - the Christians Church ever experienced yet since times of Diocletion and early Roman Church. 1920 s - 1930 s sent dozens of thousands of Christians martyrs into heaven. Second World War came as punishment upon godless and antichristian Soviet communist regime for its horrifying crimes against the Holy Orthodox Church.

    Stikhari Paskhi (Easter Verses), Orthodox chant by united choir of Kyiv Theological Academy and of Kyiv Caves Lavra in Ukraine.

    Российские, украинские и грузинские православные новомученики. Стихари Пасхи. Православное песнопение. Хор Киевской Духовной Академии и Киево-Печерской Лавры. Пимен Белоликов. Петр Зверев. Константин Меркушинский. Новомученик Подгорский.

    Російські православні новомученики. Українські православні новомученики. Грузинські православні новомученики. Хор Києво-Печерської Лаври та Духовної Академії. Християнські святі. Христианские святые. Церковь Христова. Мученики Церкви. Красный терор.

  • Saint Photios, Patriarch of Constantinople

    4:11

    Feasts and Saints (English)
    February 6

  • Melkite Communion Hymn اقبلني اليوم

    5:05

    Sts Peter & Paul Melkite Catholic Church, Hampton Park, Victoria. Parish Priest: Father Elias Matta.

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  • Jesus The King Melkite Church classical concert

    15:40

    Jesus The King Melkite Church classical concert

  • Pro Life Mass Saint Clement August 23, 2014

    1:26

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  • Doxology in Catholic Church 360

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    We went to a small town in Saskatchewan and found a large Catholic Church, we went inside and tested out the acoustics with some hymns. This is us singing doxology with the new GoPro Fusion and although it is pretty quiet, it sounds really good. Headphones suggested.

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  • Nothing Else - Mulder Worship

    4:05

    Recorded live during our Sunday morning worship, 09-29-2019

  • Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2016

    7:08

    Images and music from Week of Prayer for Christian Unity opening and closing services in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

    Musical leadership by Michele Barr
    Opening service hosted by St John XXIII Roman Catholic Church on January 17th (Fr. Robert Polz); Closing service hosted by St Paul's Anglican Church on January 24th (Ven. Geoff Woodcroft).

    Church groups represented include:
    Roman Catholic
    Anglican
    Lutheran (ELCIC)
    United
    Salvation Army
    Ukrainian Orthodox
    Presbyterian

  • SWASTIKA

    8:32

    The Swastika is an ancient symbol widely used in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a lucky charm. Here, Nigel Pennick collects many examples of this sign from its appearance in ancient times on spindle whorls and ornament, onward in time through its use stamped onto Pagan Anglo-Saxon cremation urns; from Christian tombs in the Rome Catacombs it became an emblem in the mediaeval Catholic church, used in vestments, metalwork and stained glass. It was promoted by Theosophy in the late 19th century as the Sanskrit name 'suwastika' means all is well, and as a luck-bringing sigil became the emblem of early 20th century North American sports teams, the YMCA, Rudyard Kipling, the Boy Scouts, Freemasonry, The Weimar Bauhaus, commercial lucky charms from the Sears Roebuck catalog and Coca-Cola, good luck cards and New Year's Greetings. The National Socialist use of the swastika from 1920 and its ubiquitous appearances at political rallies politicised this lucky charm and all but destroyed its other uses. The Russian Fascist Christmas party with beswastika'd Santa Claus and swastika art deco lampshade is a classic example of political over-use. In Ireland, the Dublin Swastika Laundry, founded in 1912, continued to use it until the 1980s, and the funeral of a German ambassador in Dublin in 1947 had a swastika flag on his coffin. Post World War II it has reappeared in Europe through Chinese and Indian uses as well as forms of trademark. Helen Field's drawing of the Thunder God Taranis is a rare early 21st century use of the emblem in non-politicised Pagan art.
    Music played by Nigel Pennick: The Queen's Dream (O Carolan); Topbottler (Pennick); Wheels of Rage (Pennick) and Grindonrigg (Pennick)

  • Greek Orthodox Chant! Kyrie Eleison

    1:37

    This is a video of the Greek Orthodox Chant Kyrie Eleison (Lord Have Mercy). Please enjoy and God Bless!!! :)

  • Open Your Word

    3:59

    Live Music from CrossPoint Church in Katy, TX. This is an original Frank Hart tune written for the Lent season.

  • Aramaic Project-Part 5B Ammaanaa ewudes, with Agios O Theos. For Good Friday

    5:24

    JESUS & INDIA: A CONNECTION THROUGH LANUAGE AND MUSIC.
    Aramaic Project-Part 5C. ( K. O. Chacko Koythadathil, in conversation with Rosy Kurian.

    Ammaanaa ewudes, with Trisagion in Greek and Syriac, for Good Friday. The strophic hymn has 68 verses. The Greek text of the Trisagion, and its Syriac translation appear in juxtaposition, three times in the hymn (verses 4-7, 11-14, and 18-21). The entire chant text can be found in Dewaalya geethangal (Malayalam, Church hymns), edited by Fr. Basselios of St. Theresa, T. O. C. D. Printed at St. Mary's Press, Elthuruth (1902), pages 135-139. This book (172 pages; 10 cms x 15 cms) contains text of Syriac hymns for various occasions, for the use of the church choir. A large number of hymns are translations of Latin chants that were composed anew in Kerala. Dates and names of translators and composers of the melodies are unknown. The text is printed in Malayalam script, indicating that Syriac literacy was on the wane among the lay people in the Syro-Malabar Church, by the end of the 19th century.

    Recorded at Mr. Chacko's home at Kuruppamthara, Kottayam Dt., Kerala. 13 October 2013.

    This is yet another treasure of a hymn from the liturgical music repertoire of the Syro-Malabar Church that tells the story of religious and cultural interactions between the Eastern (Antiochene), Western (Roman Catholic), and Indian Churches at various points in the larger history of Christianity.

    The Trisagion (Greek, Thrice holy) probably originated in the Greek-speaking eastern provinces of the Roman Empire, sometime in the fifth century AD. The source of the hymn is Isaiah 6:3 and Revelation 4: 8. Due to its theological appeal, the Chaldean Church adapted the hymn (without the verse who was crucified for us) into its liturgy, probably in the sixth century. The Thrice-holy was already in use, albeit in a different format, in the Chaldean liturgy in the form of a trope to the Lord's Prayer (see more about this in In the Latin rite, the hymn is sung during the Good Friday service.

    Several questions about the hymn text and the melody remain to be answered. At what point in the history did the Syro-Malabar Church adapt/adopt the Holy Week services from the Latin rite into its liturgy? Who did the translation and when? Who composed the melody? Were there other melodies for this hymn among Syriac singers in other parts of Kerala? In any case, the fact that the Greek text was sung in Kerala, albeit the singers being unaware of it, is itself a remarkable cultural phenomenon.
    --- Joseph J. Palackal

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  • Bless The Lord, O My Soul

    2:50

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    Bless The Lord, O My Soul (The Divine Liturgy After The Order Of Saint John Chrysostomes, Op. 31) · The Choir Of The Puhtica Convent Of The Assumption Of The Mother Of God

    The Puhtica Convent Of The Assumption Of The Mother Of God

    ℗ 2002 Boheme

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gregorian Chants at 432Hz | 3 Hours of Healing Music

    3:5:00

    Gregorian Chants at 432Hz | Very Soothing Healing Music with Orchestral Arrangement

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    Gregorian chant is the central tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic, unaccompanied sacred song of the western Roman Catholic Church. Gregorian chant developed mainly in western and central Europe during the 9th and 10th centuries, with later additions and redaction. Although popular legend credits Pope St. Gregory the Great with inventing Gregorian chant, scholars believe that it arose from a later Carolingian synthesis of Roman chant and Gallican chant.

    Gregorian chants were organized initially into four, then eight, and finally twelve modes. Typical melodic features include a characteristic ambitus, and also characteristic intervallic patterns relative to a referential mode final, incipits and cadences, the use of reciting tones at a particular distance from the final, around which the other notes of the melody revolve, and a vocabulary of musical motifs woven together through a process called centonization to create families of related chants. The scale patterns are organized against a background pattern formed of conjunct and disjunct tetrachords, producing a larger pitch system called the gamut. The chants can be sung by using six-note patterns called hexachords. Gregorian melodies are traditionally written using neumes, an early form of musical notation from which the modern four-line and five-line staff developed. Multi-voice elaborations of Gregorian chant, known as organum, were an early stage in the development of Western polyphony.

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  • The Divine Liturgy | Jesus Feeds the Multitudes

    5:11

    Why did Jesus, after asking the disciples to assemble and feed the multitudes, then ask them to leave while He dismissed the crowds Himself? A video to remind us to experience Jesus Himself in the meal of the Divine Liturgy. Sung in Arabic and Greek.

    Note the Psalm passage has different structure in various translations. This one and others are consistent with the voiceless and veiled Presence of Christ in the Liturgy, a tent for the sun. A teaching of apostolic Christianity in any case.

    Please pray for the Middle East.

    For more information about the Hamatoura Monastery:

    Altar is at the ancient Byzantine site of the multiplication of the loaves, in Tabgha, Galilee, Israel.


    Ancient Byzantine Chants from The Divine Liturgy of the Holy Eastern Orthodox Church of Antioch are also available in English. For the first time by the world-renowned Mount Lebanon Choir. Included with the CD is a PDF file with the Byzantine notation of the hymns of the Divine Liturgy of St. Chrysostom. Available at

    Excellent references on the Psaltic Arts:



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  • Eis Agios, Eis Kyrios - One is Holy, One is Lord - Melkite Protopsalt Fouad Harraka

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    This is an ancient Byzantine Christian hymn known as 'One is Holy, One is Lord' chanted in the Greek language by Mr Fouad Harraka, Protopsalt of the Melkite Catholic Eparchy in Australia and New Zealand during the Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom celebrated by the Most Rev. Issam John Darwish, BSO DD, Eparch of the Melkite Catholic Church of Australia and New Zealand for the repose of the soul of the departed servant of God, George Abdel-Massih on the occasion of his 40- day memorial on 24 August 2008 at Holy Family Catholic Church, Gowrie, Canberra, Australia.

    The English translation is:
    One is Holy, One is Lord
    Jesus Christ
    To the Glory of God the Father
    Amen.
    (Adapted for Australian use by Archimandrite Clement Hill, Melkite Press, 2000).

  • 1988 Тисячоліття Хрещення України

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    In 1988, Conductor Oksana Tarnawska and the Ukrainian Cathedral Youth Choir, Melbourne, Australia, commemorated the Millennium of Christianity in Ukraine with the release of a record: On Wings of Native Song.

  • Dormition of the Theotokos رقاد والدة الإله

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    Dormition رقاد والدة الله


    The Dormition (Falling Asleep) of the Theotokos is one of the Great Feasts of the Orthodox Church, celebrated on August 15. This feast, which is also sometimes called the Assumption, commemorates the death, resurrection and glorification of Christ's mother. It proclaims that Mary has been assumed by God into the heavenly kingdom of Christ in the fullness of her spiritual and bodily existence.

    About the feast
    The Orthodox feast of the Dormition is very similar to what Roman Catholicism calls the Assumption of Mary. According to Orthodox Tradition, Mary died like all humanity, falling asleep, so to speak, as the name of the feast indicates. She died as all people die, not voluntarily as her Son, but by the necessity of her mortal human nature which is indivisibly bound up with the corruption of this world.
    The Apostles were miraculously summoned to this event, and all were present except Thomas when Mary passed from this life. She was then buried.
    Thomas arrived a few days later, and desiring to see her one more time, convinced the others to open her tomb. Upon doing so, the Apostles discovered that her body was no longer present. This event is seen as a firstfruits of the resurrection of the faithful that will occur at the Second Coming of Christ. The event is normally called the Dormition, though there are many Orthodox parishes in English-speaking countries with the name Assumption. In Greek, Dormition is Koimisis—falling asleep in death—from which the word cemetery derives.
    As with the nativity of the Virgin and the feast of her entrance to the temple, there are no biblical or historical sources for this feast. The Orthodox Church teaches that Mary is without personal sinscitation needed, as well that Mary truly needed to be saved by Christ as all human persons are saved from the trials, sufferings, and death of this world. She truly died and was raised up by her Son as the Mother of Life and participates already in the eternal life of paradise. This life of paradise is prepared and promised to all who hear the word of God and keep it. (Luke 11:27-28)
    The dormition of the mother of the Theotokos, the Righteous Anna, is celebrated on July 25.
    Celebration of the feast
    The feast is preceded by 14 days of strict fasting, with the exceptions that fish is eaten on the Feast of the Transfiguration (August 6). On weekdays before the feast, either the Great Paraklesis (service of supplication) or the Small Paraklesis is celebrated.
    On the eve of the feast, Vespers is served and contains three Old Testament readings that have New Testament meaning. In Genesis 28:10-17, Jacob's Ladder which unites heaven and earth points to the union of God with men which is realized most fully and perfectly in Mary the bearer of God. How awesome is this place! This is none other than the house of God, and this is the gate of heaven! In Ezekiel 43:27-44:4, the vision of the temple with the door to the East perpetually closed and filled with the glory of the Lord, symbolizes Mary. And in Proverbs 9:1-11, Mary is also identified with the house which the Divine Wisdom has built for herself.
    Sometimes Matins is served on the morning of the feast. The Gospel reading is from Luke 1:39-49, 56. It is read on all feasts of the Theotokos and includes the Theotokos' saying: My soul magnifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Saviour, for he has regarded the low estate of his handmaiden, for behold, henceforth all generations will call me blessed.
    Divine Liturgy is served on the day on the feast. In some churches, it is the custom to bless flowers on this feast before the Liturgy. The epistle reading is from Philippians 2:5-11, and speaks of Christ Jesus, who, being in the form of God, did not consider it robbery to be equal with God, but made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant, and coming in the likeness of men. The gospel reading is taken from Luke 10:38-42 and 11:27-28 together; this reading is also always read on all feasts of the Theotokos. In it, the Lord says, blessed are those who hear the word of God and keep it!
    Troparion (Tone 1)
    In giving birth you preserved your virginity,
    In falling asleep you did not forsake the world, O Theotokos.
    You were translated to life, O Mother of Life,
    And by your prayers, you deliver our souls from death.


    Source:

  • Kyrie eleison

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    Kyrie eleison (Messe Solennelle) · The Choir of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral · Richard Lea · Conductor Mervyn Cousins · Louis Vierne

    Greater Love Hath No Man / Music for Lent and Easter

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    Released on: 2002-12-13

    Music Publisher: SDRM/United Music Publishers

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  • davids 25th birthday video

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    B. Theodoreti, episcopi Cyri, Opera omnia / ex recensione Iacobi Sirmondi denvo edidit, graeca e codicibvs locvpletavit, antiqviores editiones adhibvit, versionem latinam recognovit, et variantes lectiones adiecit Ioann. Lvdov. Schvlze.

    Main Author:
    Theodoret of Cyrus or Cyrrhus (Greek: Θεοδώρητος Κύρρου; c. 393 -- c. 457) was an influential author, theologian, and Christian bishop of Cyrrhus, Syria (423-457). He played a pivotal role in many early Byzantine church controversies that led to various ecumenical acts and schisms. He is considered blessed by the Eastern Orthodox Church. According to Tillemont, he was born at Antioch in 393, and died either at Cyrrhus (about a two-days' journey east of Antioch or eighty Roman miles), or at the monastery near Apamea (fifty-four miles southeast of Antioch) about 457. The following facts about his life are gleaned mainly from his Epistles and his Religious History (Philotheos historia). He was the child of a prosperous Antiochene couple who had been childless for many years. Encouraged by the fact that his mother had been cured of a serious eye complaint and converted to a sober life by Peter the Galatian, an ascetic living in an unoccupied in the locality,[2] Theodoret's parents sought further help from the local holy men, since she had been childless for twelve years. For years their hopes were fed but not fulfilled. Eventually, Theodoret's birth was promised by a hermit named Macedonius the Barley-Eater on the condition of his dedication to God, whence the name Theodoret (gift of God).[3] Theodoret received an extensive religious and secular education. The actual evidence given to us by Theodoret suggests that his education was exclusively religious. He paid weekly visits to Peter the Galatian, was instructed by Macedonius and other ascetics, and at an early age became a lector among the clergy of Antioch. Though he speaks of Diodore of Tarsus and Theodore of Mopsuestia as his teachers, this is improbable - though it was certainly their theological tradition in which he was brought up. He clearly, also, though, received an extensive classical education, unsurprisingly for the child of prosperous parents in a city which had long been a centre of secular learning and culture. His correspondents included the sophists Aerius and Isokasius. In his letters he quotes from Homer, Sophocles, Euripedes, Aristophanes, Demosthenes and Thucydides.[4] He then resided a while in a monastery, most likely near Apamea.[5] There he lived for about seven years. In 423 he left as he had been appointed Bishop of Cyrrhus, over a diocese about forty miles square and embracing 800 parishes, but with an insignificant town as its see city. Theodoret, supported only by the appeals of the intimate hermits, himself in personal danger, zealously guarded purity of the doctrine. He converted more than 1,000 Marcionites in his diocese, besides many Arians and Macedonians;[6] more than 200 copies of Tatian's Diatessaron he retired from the churches; and he erected churches and supplied them with relics. His philanthropic and economic interests were extensive and varied: he endeavored to secure relief for the people oppressed with taxation; he divided his inheritance among the poor; from his episcopal revenues he erected baths, bridges, halls, and aqueducts; he summoned rhetoricians and physicians, and reminded the officials of their duties. To the persecuted Christians of Persian Armenia he sent letters of encouragement, and to the Carthaginian Celestiacus, who had fled the rule of the Vandals, he gave refuge.

    Book was printed around 1770.
    Published: Halae : typis et impensis Bibliopolii Orphanotrophei, 1769-1774.
    5th part of set includes addenda and index to the set.

    Ancient Greek with Latin Translation

    David's 25th bday for March 2014

    B. Theodoreti, episcopi Cyri, Opera omnia ca. 1770~Theology~Ancient Greek

    ** You being of Greek descent, makes this 25th birthday gift very special. You are after the very heart of God, and He'll let you find it. I have no idea what my destiny is for coming here to the United States but if it was to have part in seeing you born, then I have succeeded. Your Mom and I made a very beautiful boy that turned into a fine young man, that we are all proud of. My gift to you this year is this Theological book written in about 1770 and given to the Stinnecke Maryland Episcopal Library and stamped in the year they received it 1879. It was sold to a private buyer and then I bought it. I got it for you because of your learning about new things about God and certainly old things about Him too. This book will last you a lifetime to research, if nothing else the nostalgia of it will, be a conversation piece.

  • The Ecumenical Movement - Patrick Bukassa

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    Played and Inspired by Patrick Bukassa (Copyright)
    Ecumenism or oecumenism mainly refers to initiatives aimed at greater Christian unity or cooperation. It is used predominantly by and with reference to Christian denominations and Christian Churches separated by doctrine, history, and practice. Within this particular context, the term ecumenism refers to the idea of a Christian unity in the literal meaning: that there should be a single Christian Church. Not to be confused with Nondenominational Christianity

    The word contrasts with interfaith dialogue or interfaith pluralism aimed at unity or cooperation among diverse religions and referring to a worldwide 'religious unity' by the advocacy of a greater sense of shared spirituality.

    The word is derived from Greek οἰκουμένη (oikoumene), which means the whole inhabited world, and was historically used with specific reference to the Roman Empire. The ecumenical vision comprises both the search for the visible unity of the Church (Ephesians 4.3) and the 'whole inhabited earth' (Matthew 24.14) as the concern of all Christians.

    In Christianity the qualification ecumenical is originally (and still) used in terms such as Ecumenical council and Ecumenical patriarch in the meaning of pertaining to the totality of the larger Church (such as the Catholic Church or the Orthodox Church) rather than being restricted to one of its constituent churches or dioceses. Used in this original sense, the term carries no connotation of re-uniting the historically separated Christian denominations.

    Ecumenical movement: The general understanding of the ecumenical movement is that it came from the Roman Catholic Church's attempts to reconcile with Christians who had become separated over theological issues.[5] After World War I the Catholic Church was not the only church which began to make changes within the denomination. The world war had brought much devastation to many people. The church became a source of hope to those in need. In 1948 the first meeting of the World Council of Churches took place. Despite the fact that the meeting had been postponed due to World War 2, the council took place in Amsterdam with the theme of Man's Disorder and God's Design.[6] The focus of the church and the council following the gathering was on the damage created by the 2nd World War. The council and the movement went forward to continue the efforts of unity the church globally around the idea of helping all those in need whether it be a physical, emotional, or spiritual need. The movement led to an understanding amongst the churches that despite difference they could join together to be an element of great change in the world. To be an agent of hope and peace amongst the chaos and destruction that humans seem to create. More importantly the council and the movement lead to not only ecumenism but to the forming of councils amongst the denominations that connected churches across continental lines.[7]

  • Pater Noster - Vincenzo Scarafile, Conductor

    1:53

    PATER NOSTER by Nikolai Kedrov

    Music as universal language unites us all across cultures.
    In this short video we were singing Orthodox music, in a Roman Catholic Church in the South of Italy with some Muslims friends from Turkey.

    Live recording in Polignano a mare, Puglia - Italy during ICM 2011.

    ICM Students Choir and Muammer Sun Choir (Ankara, Turkey)

    Choir Conductor: Vincenzo Scarafile

  • Pope Francis Sends An Atheist to Heaven

    2:59

    Gloria TV


    Pope Francis Sends An Atheist to Heaven

    Visiting the parish of Corviale, Pope Francis met a boy by the name of Emanuele who approached Francis and said, “My father has died, he was great, he was an atheist but he had his children baptized although he did not believe. Is my father in heaven?” Francis replied with a rhetorical question: Would got who has the heart of a dad, be able to abandon an unbelieving father who had his children baptized? Gloria.tv comments: The problem is not that God would abandon him, but that he has abandoned God.

    The BBC Hates Catholics

    Good Bishop John Keenan of Paisley, Scotland, who was with Gloria.tv’s Fr Reto Nay in the same Presidium of the Legion of Mary while studying in Rome, has criticized a hate video produced by BBC Scotland which claimed that Holy Communion “tastes like cardboard and smells like hate”. The video was posted on Facebook. The BBC is evil, anti-Catholic, warmonger regime propaganda. A recent report for the Scottish government found that Catholics are the victims of 57 per cent of all religiously aggravated hate crimes reported in the country.

    Call on Churches to Condemn War Crimes in Syria

    The Syrian Greek Orthodox, Syrian Orthodox, and Melkite-Catholic Patriarchs have call on the churches in the U.S., U.K. and France to condemn the April 14 war crimes of their regimes. They called the crimes a “brutal aggression” under false pretext which encourage the terrorists to continue with terrorism. The Islamic State (ISIS) took advantage of the war crimes and launched a powerful offensive inside the southern part of Damascus.

    Anti-Catholic Canadian Parliament to ask Francis for residential-schools apology

    Canada’s Parliament will ask the Pope to reconsider his refusal to “apologize” to the Indigenous people who attended Catholic-run residential schools, and for the Catholic Church to make good on its financial obligations under the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement. There is an ongoing anti-Catholic campaign in Canada whose many goal is to smear the merits of countless sisters and priest who have given their lives for the education of children.

  • Small doxology-

    1:18

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Small doxology- (anonymous) · Monks Choir of Kiev Pechersk Monastery

    1000 YEARS: Selected Chants of Russian Orthodox Church

    ℗ 2001 A.Zakharenko

    Released on: 2001-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Divine Liturgy at Holy Cross Orthodox Church - 2

    8:04

    Divine Liturgy at Holy Cross Orthodox Church in High Point, NC.

    Recorded on 4 September, 2011

  • Divine Liturgy at Holy Cross Orthodox Church - 3

    14:11

    Divine Liturgy at Holy Cross Orthodox Church

    Consecration of the Holy Gifts.

    Recorded on 4 September, 2011

  • Epistle Reading. Alleluia

    3:42

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Epistle Reading. Alleluia · Kyiv Chamber Choir

    Archbishop Ionafan. Liturgy of Peace (The Mass)

    ℗ 2003 Kyiv Camber Choir

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Aprils Christening -

    2:18

    April's Christening at the St.George Serbian Orthodox Church
    Cabramatta , followed by lunch at the Merrylands Bowling Club
    28 November 2015 . music by Puccini , La Rondine Act 2 .

  • Antinfon Unule nascut, Corul Angeli, Catedrala greco-catolică din București

    1:54

    Liturghie arhierească la Catedrala greco-catolică „Sfântul Vasile cel Mare” din București (str. Polonă 50) slujită de PS Mihai Frățilă - episcop al Eparhiei Greco-Catolice Sf. Vasile cel Mare de Bucureşti. Au participat ÎPS Francisco-Javier Lozano - Nunțiu Apostolic în România și ÎPS Ioan Robu - arhiepiscop și mitropolit romano-catolic de București. Corul Angeli

  • Your Grace Illuminated - 4th Tone

    7:16

    Chanted by the Athonite monk Dositheos.

    Translation:
    Your grace illuminated, Lord, your radiance illuminated our souls.
    Behold, the time has come.
    Behold, the time of repentence.
    Let us put aside the works of darkness
    and put on the weapons of the light
    so that we may cross over the stormy sea of the fast
    and stand before our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
    who saves our souls.

  • My life is Yours

    2:58

    Video courtesy & all credits : Better Life Team (Most popular & anointed Arabic Christian Worship Team, based in Egypt. May God bless BLT) BLT : YouTube home page :
    Better Life Team Music albums check this link for buying songs: ....
    Please click to SUBSCRIBE here :::
    Dear friends..Subtitles uploaded.. For lap top / desk top computers..go to settings / click CC button or click settings & select your language. For Smart phone/ I pads..go to settings @video screen /click Caption button & select your language or English. Encourage you all to add subtitles in your language. Click the link given below ...go to the subtitle page , select your language ....and start translate with respect to the English transcript . subtitles in your Language. Community contributions: On This is a beautiful Gospel work . Find the List of languages & subtitles/CC already published, Click CC /settings & select your language. Anybody have problem with CC button , then go to this video link the same song Lyrics & translation added in English only : ..... God Bless You.
    This song invite everybody including our Muslim friends to receive the salvation through Jesus Christ the only ONE way to God the Father. May be first time , you are watching this Christian song , in your life . Consider this as a life changing salvation call for YOU, please respond by NOW, today itself because tomorrow is not yours. Come and receive the saving Grace of Jesus Christ. Ask Jesus the forgiveness of sin and surrender your life to Jesus.
    Kindly SHARE this beautiful video with all your Muslim friends. Let the holy spirit speak with them through this good news of salvation. Thank you . God Bless you.
    Better Life Team , Egypt : Check this link to buy song :
    For more Arabic christian song : try this link : ...If the Lyrics and translation not appear, go for this video :
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    Lyrics @ translation in English
    Dawart kteer-ala shei yes-edni
    (I searched alot to find something to make me happy)
    Hawelt alaai-haga teshbe'ni
    (Tries to find some thing that could satisfy me)
    wfdelt tayeh,fe al-donia hayem
    (but i went lost, wandering in this world,)
    Albi lessa atshaan
    (my heart was still empty and thirsty.
    seme't wahed, bynadini. Aal: taal,emsek beidi.
    Ana arfak, d-Ana khalaak. Ana hases beek
    (I heard some one calling my name told me to hold his hand ,i know you,i created you ,i felt your pain )
    w gait ashanak ya habibi, mott badalak ala al -salib ,Wahabtak hayah
    (i came for you o my beloved,i died for you on the cross , i gifted you this life)
    W edetak nagah.Kol znobak maghfoora laka.
    (i gave you salvation and all your sins are forgiven)
    w shoft eiydo mamdoda leya ,Bellamsa SHAFYA FATAH ENAYA.nawar tari'y.Ghayar hayaty.
    (and i saw his hands reaching out for me,with healing touch he open my eyes,he shed light on path and changed my life)
    Ana eli kont be-eid (i was gone too far away..)
    Ezay makontesh shayf rabbi?
    (How ,i couldn't see my lord)
    w kont aiyesh men ghero gambi?
    (how did i live with out him,stays beside me?)
    Rakaat odamo ,w mesikt fe eiydo.sarakh-t baala soaat........
    (i knwlt down before him,i hold his hand,i cried out him....loudly) Hayaty tebaa leek al-youm
    (today ,my life belongs to you lord)
    Tesh- had aan Yasua w twool,Howa da al-Tareek,
    (to bear witness to jesus , to say ..he is the way)
    w hoa al-Maleek.Howa da Elah-i-al-abady
    (He is the king,He is my eternal God)
    Taala w sallem hayatak odamo .Da howa Elah-ak
    (Come and surrender your life to him ,He is your God,)
    W hases be halak.Hayedeelak awowa,w yedeelak norsra ala kol kh -atya.Matrannem maaya
    (grant you victory ,over every sin,come sing with me,)
    Hayaty tebaa leek al-youm
    (Today ,my life belongs to you lord)
    Tesh- had aan Yasua w twool,Howa da al-Tareek,
    (to bear witness to jesus , to say ..he is the way)
    w hoa al-Maleek.Howa da Elah-i-al-abady
    (He is the king,He is my eternal God)..
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  • Panachyda for HOLODOMOR Victims

    4:30

    The term Holodomor (Ukrainian: Голодомор; translation: death by starvation) is the name used by Ukrainians for the famine of 1932-1933 in the Ukrainian SSR during which millions of people starved to death as a result of the economic and trade policies instituted by the government of Joseph Stalin. The famine was a part of wider Soviet famine of 1932-1933. There were no natural causes for starvation and in fact, Ukraine—unlike other Soviet Republics—enjoyed a bumper wheat crop in 1932. The Holodomor is considered one of the greatest calamities to affect the Ukrainian nation in modern history. Millions of inhabitants of Ukraine died of starvation in an unprecedented peacetime catastrophe. Estimates on the total number of casualties within Soviet Ukraine range mostly from 2.6 million to 10 million.
    The root cause of the Holodomor is a subject of scholarly debate. Some scholars have argued that the Soviet policies that caused the famine may have been designed as an attack on the rise of Ukrainian nationalism, and therefore fall under the legal definition of genocide.Therefore the Holodomor is also known as the terror-famine in Ukraine and famine-genocide in Ukraine. Others, however, conclude that the Holodomor was a consequence of the economic problems associated with radical economic changes implemented during the period of Soviet industrialization.
    As of March 2008, Ukraine and nineteen other governments have recognized the actions of the Soviet government as an act of genocide. The joint statement at the United Nations in 2003 has defined the famine as the result of cruel actions and policies of the totalitarian regime that caused the deaths of millions of Ukrainians, Russians, Kazakhs and other nationalities in the USSR. On 23 October 2008 the European Parliament adopted a resolution that recognized the Holodomor as a crime against humanity. (

    Петиція - Petition

    Українська громада у діаспорі, яка на сьогодні нараховує понад 20 мільйонів українців. До складу входять українські організації з більше ніж 30 країн світу. В Україні 46 мільйонів. Ми просимо 'YouTube' щоб дав нам можливіст використовувати їхню службу в Українські мові.

    Ukrainian communities in the diaspora represent the interests of over 20 million Ukrainians with member organizations in over 30 countries. In Ukraine the populatіon is 46 million. We ask for 'YouTube' to consider providing us the opportunity to have their services available in the Ukrainian language.

    Петиція - Petition
    We ask for the Ukrainian language to be provided by YouTube.

    66 Million Ukrainians worldwide are hoping the 'YouTube' administration will provide their services in Ukrainian, enabling them to communicate better globally.





    Прошу ноширювати цю петицію якнайдальше також поза системою Ютюбу.

    Please Paste this link into an email or instant message send beyond the YouTube community.

  • Simple Setting of the Glory To God In The Highest

    2:11

    Easy Free Setting of the GLORIA (Glory to God in the Highest) New Translation
    2011 GIRM 48. This chant is sung alternately by the choir and the people or similarly by a cantor and the people, or entirely by the people, or by the choir alone. In the Dioceses of the United States of America, there are four options for the Entrance Chant: (1) the antiphon from the Missal or the antiphon with its Psalm from the Gradual Romanum, as set to music there or in another setting; (2) the antiphon and Psalm of the Graduate Simplex for the liturgical time; (3) a chant from another collection of Psalms and antiphons, approved by the Conference of Bishops or the Diocesan Bishop, including Psalms arranged in responsorial or metrical forms; (4) another liturgical chant that is suited to the sacred action, the day, or the time of year, similarly approved by the Conference of Bishops or the Diocesan Bishop.

  • Psalms 104 sung in ancient Hebrew | ברכי נפשי את ה - תהלים קד

    4:39

    Yamma Ensemble - Global Hebrew & Jewish music: traditional & original
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    lyrics: Psalm 104 (Creation of the universe Psalm)
    composition: traditional Jewish babylonian
    arrangement: Yonnie (Jonathan) Dror

    Bless the Lord, Oh my soul, Psalms 104 performed by Yamma ensemble

    Talya G.A Solan - lead vocals
    Sefi Asfuri - strings instruments (oud)
    Yonnie Dror - wind instruments (ney, clarinet)
    Aviad Ben Yehuda - percussion (darbuka)
    Avri Borochov - double bass & mix
    Evgeny Krolik - sound technician
    Recorded at Poopik Studio, Tel Aviv 2012
    filmed and edited by Lahav Levi
    _________________________________________

    ברכי נפשי את ה׳
    מילים: תהלים ק״ד
    לחן: מסורתי, יהדות עיראק
    עיבוד: יוני דרור
    מיקס: אברי בורוכוב

    טליה ג. סולאן - שירה
    ספי עספורי - כלי מיתר
    יוני דרור - כלי נשיפה
    אביעד בן יהודה - כלי הקשה
    אברי בורוכוב -- קונטרבס
    יבגני קרוליק - סאונד
    הוקלט באולפני פופיק, 2012
    צילום ועריכה: להב לוי

    בָּרְכִי נַפְשִׁי אֶת ה'. ה' אֱלהַי גָּדַלְתָּ מְּאד. הוד וְהָדָר לָבַשְׁתָּ:
    עטֶה אור כַּשַּׂלְמָה. נוטֶה שָׁמַיִם כַּיְרִיעָה:
    הַמְקָרֶה בַמַּיִם עֲלִיּותָיו. הַשָּׂם עָבִים רְכוּבו. הַמְהַלֵּךְ עַל כַּנְפֵי רוּחַ:
    עשֶׂה מַלְאָכָיו רוּחות. מְשָׁרְתָיו אֵשׁ להֵט:
    יָסַד אֶרֶץ עַל מְכונֶיהָ. בַּל תִּמּוט עולָם וָעֶד:

    The 104th Psalm has long been known as the Creation Psalm. This psalm presents a poem about the creation of the world.
    One of the longer psalms, it is traditionally divided into 35 verses.

    barchi nafshi et Adonay
    praise the lord oh my soul

    Adonay Elohay gadalta meod
    O lord, thou art very great

    hod ve'hadar lavashta
    thou art clothed with honor and majesty

    oteh or kasalma
    who covereth thyself with light, as with a garment;

    oteh shamaim kayria
    who stretchest out the heavens like a curtain

    hamkare ba'maim aliyotav
    who layeth the beams of his chambers in the waters

    hasam avim rechuvo
    who maketh the clouds his chariot

    hamehalech al kanfey ruach
    who walketh upon the wings of the wind

    oseh malachav ruchot
    who maketh winds his messengers

    mesharetav esh lohet
    flames of fire his minister

    yasad eretz al mechoneha
    who laid the foundations of the earth

    bal timot olam va'ed
    that it should not be moved forever.



    גלגולו של פיוט יהודי עיראקי- תהלים ק״ד- ברכי נפשי את ה׳

    Psalm 104 is the most viewed traditional Jewish chant (played live) on YouTube. it is the chant that describes the creation of universe. it is performed by Yamma Ensemble from Israel.

    this rare Psalm was first recorded in 2011 for Yamma's first album.
    The live video was recorded a year after in 2012.

    Yonnie Dror, wind instrument player and member of the Yamma Ensemble, found this magical chant in an old book of Jewish chants.

    This melody is traditional by the community of Babylonian Jews. it was passed down from generation to generation through the history of prayers in the synagogues
    The frequent changes in time signature indicate that the source of the song is the oral prayers in the synagogue according to the text of Psalm.

    These frequent changes occur in time signature, caught Yonnie's ear and he found himself exploring and learning deeply this unique musical old psalm.

    He challenged himself and wrote a full arrangement for the five-member ensemble.

    The ensemble has recorded the psalm and set it free from the old book to the global online net.

    The hymn became a YouTube hit, just before falling into oblivion.


    The beautiful psalm received high attention and a warm embrace.
    millions of views and thousands of exciting comments from countless music lovers from all religions and cultures.

    We love you all.
    Thank you.

  • AGNI PARTHENE, Puji-pujian Kepada St Maria Theotokos Suci

    8:04

    INDONESIA:
    Puji-pujian ini sangat terkenal di kalangan Gereja-Gereja Timur; baik pada Gereja-Gereja Katolik Timur (yaitu Gereja Timur yang menjadi bagian Gereja Katolik dan bersatu dengan Paus di Roma), maupun pada Gereja-Gereja Ortodoks Timur (yaitu Gereja Timur yang belum bersatu dengan Gereja Katolik). Kedua kelompok Gereja Kristen ini sama-sama menggunakan Ritus Bisantin/Bizantium.

    Menurut kisahnya, Bunda Maria pada suatu hari menampakkan diri kepada St Nektarios Aegina pada abad ke-19. Bersamaan dengan kehadiran Bunda Maria, terdengarlah puji-pujian dan salam yang dinyanyikan paduan suara surgawi kepada Bunda Maria.

    Beliau pun lalu meminta orang kudus ini untuk menuliskan puji-pujian tersebut.

    Sebagian dari lirik pujipujian tersebut adalah sebagai berikut:

    Ya Bunda yang prawan dan murni, Bunda Allah yang tak bernoda:
    Salam ya Mempelai Murni!
    Ya Ratu prawan dan Bundaku, Ya Bulu Domba Terkudus:
    Salam ya Mempelai Murni!
    Kau Cermin Surga Yang Tinggi, Kau Cahaya Paling Memancar:
    Salam ya Mempelai Murni!
    Kau Kebahagiaan Perawan, mengatasi para malaikat:
    Salam ya Mempelai Murni!
    Kau Cahaya Surga Gemilang, yang memancar dan terjernih:
    Salam ya Mempelai Murni!
    Panglima penghuni surga, yang terkudus dari prakudus:
    Salam ya Mempelai Murni!


    ENGLISH:
    This praise is very famous among the Eastern Churches; either the Eastern Catholic Churches (the Eastern Churches that are part of the Catholic Church and united with the Pope in Rome) , as well as the Eastern Orthodox Churches (the Eastern Church that has not united with the Catholic Church). Both groups are the Christian Churches both use the Byzantine Rite.

    According to the story , one day Blessed Mother Mary appeared to St. Nektarios of Aegina in 19th century. Along with the presence of the Virgin Mary , there came the praise and greetings that heavenly choir sing to Mary.

    He was then asked by the Blessed Mother to write down the praise .

    Part of the lyrics as follows :

    O Virgin pure, immaculate, O Lady Theotokos
    Rejoice, O Unwedded Bride!
    O Virgin Mother, Queen of all, and fleece which is all dewy
    Rejoice, O Unwedded Bride!
    More radiant than the rays of sun, and higher than the heavens
    Rejoice, O Unwedded Bride!


    PILIPINO:
    Papuri Ito ay napaka sikat na kabilang sa Eastern Simbahan ; alinman sa Eastern Katoliko Simbahan (ang Eastern Simbahan na bahagi ng mga Katoliko Iglesia at nagkakaisa sa Pope sa Roma ) , pati na rin ang Eastern Orthodox Simbahan ( Eastern Church na may hindi nagkakaisa may Iglesia Katoliko ) . Ang parehong mga grupo ay ang mga Simbahang Kristiyano parehong gamitin ang Byzantine seremonya .

    Ayon sa kuwento , isang araw Mapalad Ina ni Maria ay nagpakita sa St Nektarios ng Aegina sa ika-19 siglo . Kasama sa presensiya ng Birhen Maria , doon nagmula ang papuri at pagbati sa makalangit na koro sa pag-awit ni Maria .

    Pagkatapos ay Siya ay nagtanong sa pamamagitan ng Mapalad Mother upang isulat ang papuri .


    THAI:
    สรรเสริญ นี้ มีชื่อเสียงมาก ในหมู่ คริสตจักร ภาคตะวันออก; ทั้งโบสถ์คาทอลิกตะวันออก (คริสตจักร ภาคตะวันออก ที่เป็นส่วนหนึ่ง ของโบสถ์คาทอลิก และ สหรัฐกับ สมเด็จพระสันตะปาปา ในกรุงโรม ) เช่นเดียวกับ คริสตจักร ออร์โธดอกตะวันออก (คริสตจักร ภาคตะวันออก ที่มี ไม่ได้ ในสหรัฐ กับ คริสตจักร คาทอลิก) ทั้งสองกลุ่ม เป็นชาวคริสต์ศาสนจักร ใช้ทั้ง พระราชพิธี ไบเซนไทน์

    อ้างอิงถึงเรื่องวันหนึ่ง ความสุข พระแม่มารี ปรากฏ ไปเซนต์ Nektarios ของ Aegina ใน ศตวรรษที่ 19 พร้อมกับ การปรากฏตัวของ พระแม่มารี ที่มี การสรรเสริญและ คำทักทาย ที่ คณะนักร้องประสานเสียง ร้องเพลง สวรรค์ กับแมรี่ มา

    เขา ก็ถามว่า แล้ว แม่ มีความสุขที่จะเขียนลง สรรเสริญ



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  • Greetings - UCCP-EMC 105th Founding Anniversary Worship Service

    2:46

    UCCP-EMC 105th Founding Anniversary Worship Service - Greetings

  • Miserere mei, Deus - Allegri - Tenebrae

    5:30

    Gregorio Allegri's Miserere mei, Deus
    Tenebrae, conducted by Nigel Short
    Filmed at St Bartholomew the Great, London





    アレグリMISERERE
    알레 Miserere
    阿萊格里求主憐憫

  • Canon of the Holy Virgin: The Human Multitude Bowed, United by the Voice of Music...

    2:19

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Canon of the Holy Virgin: The Human Multitude Bowed, United by the Voice of Music... · St. Petersburg Orthodox Choir

    Russian Choral Church Music

    ℗ 2010 Essential World Masters

    Released on: 2010-11-04

    Music Publisher: Label Controlled

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • St. Peters Syriac Orthodox Cathedral - Annual Feast - 1

    4:50

    St. Peter's Syriac Orthodox Cathedral - Annual Feast (Perunnal) - Procession - Sunday, July 3rd, 2016
    (Under the Holy Apostolic See of Antioch and All the East)
    9946 Haldeman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA - 19115
    Website: saintpeterscathedral.com

    Archbishop H. E. Mor Dionysius Jean Kawak (Archbishop for the Arch diocese of the Eastern USA)

    Rev. Fr. Joy John - Vicar & President
    Chev. John T. Mathai - Vice President
    Joshy Kuriakose - Secretary
    Sarin Kuruvilla - Treasurer

  • Blessings From Above

    3:34

    Piano Accompaniment sheet music, Choral arrangement sheet music, and Accompaniment tracks (in 3 keys, with and without BGVs) available for purchase at or write to Esther at scripturesongsforworship@gmail.com for more information.

    A Wedding Prayer song. Words, Music, and Video by Esther Mui. Performed by Grace Soon. © 1991 Esther Mui. All rights reserved.
    For free lead sheet, visit

    For more songs by Esther, visit where she and her family shares word for word Scripture songs which are suitable for worship and effective for memorizing and meditating on the Word of God.

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    Lyrics:

    Verse 1:
    In this place, Lord, our praises we bring
    Our hearts are filled with joy and adoration
    We thank You for the hearts You have joined
    We thank You for the lives You have united as one
    As they start their lives together
    As they put their hands in Your hand

    Chorus:
    We pray for blessings from above to fill their lives
    We pray love of the Father to flow through their hearts
    We pray for joy of the Spirit, peace of the Son
    And in Your presence each day they'll find
    The strength to see them through

    Verse 2:
    In this place, Lord, our worship we bring
    To You, our Lord and King, and the Rock of our salvation
    To You and only You we will sing we bring
    For You alone are worthy of the praises we bring
    You're the One who made this union
    You're the source of love eternal


    #wedding #weddingsong #weddingprayer

  • Holy, Holy, Holy in Russian

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    Pasha Zhnyets singing in Zolotonosha Baptist Church, July 2007

  • PART 2/3 Kyrie Eleison Choir & Orchestra / FUMC Tucson / Conducted by Dr. Luke Lusted

    3:17

    I had the opportunity of performing on this concert Conducted By Luke Lusted, being a part of the Choir at the First United Methodist (Tucson, Az -USA) . The choir has sung many different pieces to praise the Lord as their first aim. On this concert they performed at the Good Friday´s service the Fauré Requiem accompanied by the Tucson Orchestra. As well as the conductor, which is a professional musician, there are some other professionals artists such as Seth Kershisnik, Ivette Ortiz and Steph Brink.

    Kyrie Eleison (Greek for Lord have mercy; the Latin transliteration supposes a pronunciation as in Modern Greek) is a very old, even pre-Christian, expression used constantly in all Christian liturgies. Arrian quotes it in the second century: Invoking God we say Kyrie Eleison (Diatribæ Epicteti, II, 7).


    Hady Mambo.

  • 56 Feudalism and Medieval Towns Quiz Show With 7th Grade Social Studies

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    One thing leads to another, I don’t know any other lyric in that song, except for the title. In The same way, I can’t think of how dangerous and uncertain the world must have seemed after the fall of the Roman Empire. Who would have known what songs to sing, where they could find their next meal, avoiding the dangers of thieves and mercenaries, and finding a place to rest their head.


    Today I’m joined by Nick, Anna, and Jack from 7th Grade Social Studies. Download the mp3 here:


    Welcome to Hauger history POdcast episode 56, discussing Feudalism and Early Medieval Towns of Europe. Please find a study guide below that will be a helpful review for your Social Studies tests or quizzes:

    Feudalism Unit Test Mr. Hauger’s Class

    Circle the letter next to the best answer.

    What belongs in the empty box to complete the cause-and-effect diagram?
    Food and clothing C. Rights and freedom
    Religion and politics D. Disorder and danger
    In the Middle Ages, most Europeans were living:
    Under Roman Control C. Under Greek Control
    Pledged to a feudal lord D. Living in monasteries
    The Franks grew powerful because of their new style of war that used

    heavy wagons. C. knights on horseback.

    cannons and gunpowder. D. peasants who threw rocks.

    Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne in return for

    a gift of land C. a noble title.

    a large supply of food. D. military support.

    For what achievement is Charlemagne most remembered?

    He made war against England C. He became the first Christian ruler.

    He united much of Europe. D. He taught his people to write.

    A king gave his most important lords fiefs, which were

    grants of land.

    large celebrations.
    war horses.
    market licenses.

    Who are the men in the picture?

    lord and vassal
    peasant and serf
    merchant and squire
    villager and priest
    Social class in the Middle Ages was determined mainly by

    birth.

    wealth.
    religion.
    education.

    What do these medieval items have in common?

    stone wall
    castle moat
    knight’s armor

    They describe parts of a church's architecture.
    They describe features of a manor house.
    They describe forms of military technology.
    They describe structures of medieval towns.
    Which of the following was a main job of medieval ladies?
    managing the household
    selling the manor's goods
    negotiating with feudal lords
    teaching boys to be knights
    Pages and squires were boys in training to become
    kings
    knights.
    teachers.
    landowners.
    Suppose a knight is known for his chivalry. What does that suggest about him? A. He fought with great skill.

    He owned a famous manor.
    He traveled to many countries.
    He followed a code of behavior.


    What factor gave Constantinople an advantage in trade?


    What were the lives of the unemployed in Constantinople like?
    Emperor Justinian I rebuilt Constantinople after what event happened?
    The most famous structure Emperor Justinian I built was the ______________ ________________ that he built as a ___________________.
    Describe Justinian’s Code.


    Fill in the flowchart to show the hierarchy within the Eastern Orthodox Church:

    Why did the Byzantine people not want Charlemagne crowned as Holy Roman emperor?


    During the Middle Ages, how was the divine liturgy different between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church?



    Define iconoclasm and why it occurred.

    What happened between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church in 1054?

    Written, recorded, and produced by Danny Hauger. Please help support my independent music and share it with your friends. I find my music is enjoyable for background, work, homework, and meditation too. I hope this adds a little enjoyment to your life and music collection! Support Danny Hauger Music and download weekly free songs from Danny Hauger:

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  • Epiphany Lutheran Church, Toledo

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    Thy will be done Passion Sunday, March 24, 2013

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