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[0:00:00] 01-Opening Blessing, Litany of Peace & Prayer of the First Antiphon
[0:05:13] 02-First Antiphon
[0:06:55] 03-Short Litany & Prayer of the Second Antiphon
[0:08:20] 04-Second Antiphon
[0:11:20] 05-Short Litany & Prayer of the Third Antiphon
[0:12:56] 06-Third Antiphon
[0:14:36] 07-Entrance with the Holy Gospel
[0:15:29] 08-Apolytikia (of the day and of the local church)
[0:16:45] 09-Kontakion of the Season
[0:22:45] 11-Dynamis/Perisse of the Trisagion after Nileus Kamarados
[0:39:09] 16-Litany of Fervent Supplication
[0:42:27] 17-Litany for the Catechumens
[0:44:30] 18-Litanies of the Faithful
[0:46:52] 19-Cherubic Hymn in Mode Plagal IV, after Petros Peloponnesios: Opening Section
[0:54:50] 20-Cherubic Hymn in Mode Plagal IV, after Petros Peloponnesios: The Great Entrance
[0:56:02] 21-Cherubic Hymn in Mode Plagal IV, after Petros Peloponnesios: After the Entrance
[0:59:02] 22-Litany of the Precious Gifts and Kiss of Peace
[1:02:43] 23-The Creed
[1:04:18] 24-The Holy Oblation-Anaphora: The Dialogue before the Anaphora
[1:05:38] 25-The Holy Oblation-Anaphora: The Anaphora-the Eucharistic Prayer
[1:11:59] 26-Megalynarion & Conclusion of the Anaphora
[1:17:28] 27-Litany of the Lord's Prayer
[1:20:52] 28-The Lord's Prayer
[1:23:54] 29-The Communion of the Clergy and Antiphonal Psalm
[1:28:58] 30-Distribution of Holy Communion: Communion of the Laity
[1:29:20] 31-Distribution of Holy Communion: 'Praise the Lord from the Heavens' after St. John Koukouzelis
[1:39:30] 32-We have seen the true light
[1:40:17] 33-Let our mouth be filled
[1:41:20] 34-Thanksgiving and Constantinopolitan Dismissal
[1:43:18] 35-Prayer behind the Ambo
[1:44:24] 36-Final, Monastic Dismissal: Blessed be the name of the Lord
[1:45:07] 37-Final, Monastic Dismissal: Final dismissal
DISC ONE: THE LITURGY
OF THE CATECHUMENS
DEACON: Master, give the blessing.
PRIEST: Blessed is the Kingdom of the Father,
and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, now and for ever, and to the ages of ages.
Litany of Peace
DEACON: In peace, let us pray to the Lord.
CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. And so after each petition.
DEACON: For the peace from on high and for the salvation of our souls, let us pray to the Lord.
For the peace of the whole world, for the welfare of the holy Churches of God, and for the union of all, let us pray to the Lord.
For this holy house, and for those who enter it with faith, reverence and the fear of God, let us pray to the Lord.
For all devout and Orthodox Christians, let us pray to the Lord.
For our Archbishop Gregorios, for the honoured order of presbyters, for the diaconate in Christ, for all the clergy and the people, let us pray to the Lord.
For our Sovereign Lady, Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Family, her Government and all in authority, let us pray to the Lord.
For this city, for every city, town and village, and for the faithful who dwell in them, let us pray to the Lord.
For favourable weather, an abundance of the fruits of the earth, and temperate seasons, let us pray to the Lord.
For those who travel by land, air or water, for the sick, the suffering, for those in captivity, and for their safety and salvation, let us pray to the Lord.
For our deliverance from all affliction, wrath, danger and constraint, let us pray to the Lord.
Help us, save us, have mercy on us, and keep us, O God, by your grace.
Commemorating our all-holy, pure, most blessed and glorious
Lady, Mother of God and Ever-Virgin Mary, with all the Saints, let us entrust ourselves and one another and our whole life to Christ our God.
CHOIR: To you, O Lord.
The Priest, in a low voice, reads the Prayer of the First Antiphon Lord, our God, whose might is beyond compare and whose glory is beyond understanding, whose mercy is without
measure and whose love for mankind is beyond all telling,
look upon us and upon this holy house, Master, according to your loving kindness,
and bestow on us and on those who pray with us your acts of rich mercy and compassion.
(aloud) For to you belong all glory, honour and worship, to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, now and for ever, and to the ages of ages.