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(ˌjuːkəˈləʊdʒɪɒn) or


n, pl -gia or -gies
(Eastern Church (Greek & Russian Orthodox)) a collection of prayers
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the principal service book of Eastern Orthodoxy. Also Euchology
See also: Eastern Orthodoxy
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After the end of the eucharistic service, the faithful will take back home their gifts blessed and full of the divine grace "for forgiveness of sins and eternal life." (13) In an essential liturgical book called "Euchologion," among many others, there are some short prayers for various needs, such as the blessing of the first seeds (grapes, olives, figs, etc.) or prayers commemorating those who cultivate their land and offer the first agricultural produce of the harvest to God.
The other words the two got right included Kjeldahl, Hohenzollern, juamave, groenedael, zindiq and euchologion.
In my library I have a copy of the Euchologion from 19th-century Scotland that has resources that could enable lay people to celebrate communion and baptism.
(67) This acclamation is absent from BAR; it first appears in Par& Coislin 213, an eleventh-century euchologion representing the cathedral liturgy tradition of Constantinople.
(43) La cita interna calificando al obispo como <<oeconomus gratiae supremi sacerdotii>> es de la Oracion de la consagracion episcopal en el rito bizantino, Euchologion to mega, Roma: 1873.
336 manuscript, also known as the Nicolai Manuscript, or as the Euchologion of St.
(15) The Barberini codex, containing a liturgical manual (euchologion) from the liminal period of the eighth century, provides an ordination rite for female deacons that is more analogous to that of male deacons than are the less detailed, late antique Eastern Church orders of several centuries earlier; in fact, the ordination rite for female deacons in the Barberini codex is virtually identical to the male deacons' rite.
Six manuscripts have musical notation, though one goes only as far as Psalm 140, another (the Euchologion in the Appendix) has paleobyzantine (Coislin) notation, and a third, the Asmatikon Grottaferrata [Gamma].[Gamma].VI, has only verbal indications from Psalm 140 on; to these musical manuscripts should perhaps be added two published typika from southern Italy that have essentially the same service.(4) The musical elements of Whitsunday Vespers as they are contained in these eight manuscripts may be considered in four groups: (i) the opening psalms (Pss.
14497 (Melkite Euchologion) there is a detailed description by H.
The eighth-century Barberini euchologion, the earliest extant, is published in L'eucologio Barberini Gr.