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Old Apr 28, '12, 1:58 pm
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Hi all--I'm looking for an English translation (and, if at all possible, a transliteration from the Arabic script into the Latin alphabet) of the Melkite liturgy--tomorrow would be that of St. John Chrysostom, I would expect?

If you know of where I can go online for one or both of these items, please post the links in this thread.
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The current English version (from Eparchy of Newton website)

https://melkite.org/wp-content/uploa...ITURGY2009.pdf
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The current English version (from Eparchy of Newton website)

https://melkite.org/wp-content/uploa...ITURGY2009.pdf
For what you as a parishioner will hear, start at the "Litany of Peace" section
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The current English version (from Eparchy of Newton website)

https://melkite.org/wp-content/uploa...ITURGY2009.pdf
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I thought "Cool"! And then I saw the number of pages. 160.
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I thought "Cool"! And then I saw the number of pages. 160.
I was going to print it out so my dad--who doesn't speak a word of Arabic--could follow along this morning... but I had the same reaction when I saw how much paper that would be required--about ninety excluding the introductory material and appendicies.

As it turned out, of course, they had English text on an overhead that kept scrolling every few minutes, and he was able to follow along with that... So, while I understood maybe twenty percent or something, he would have gotten far more of what they were saying!

Funny how these things work out.

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