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by Orthodox Eastern Church

Author: Orthodox Eastern Church
Publisher: Aquila Books (1998)
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The Liturgy of Saint Basil or, more formally, the Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great, is a term for several Eastern Christian celebrations of the Divine Liturgy (Eucharist), or at least several anaphoras.

The Liturgy of Saint Basil or, more formally, the Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great, is a term for several Eastern Christian celebrations of the Divine Liturgy (Eucharist), or at least several anaphoras, which have been attributed to St. Basil the Great, who was Bishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia from 370 to 379. That St. Basil composed a Liturgy, or rather reformed an existing Liturgy, is beyond doubt, since besides the constant tradition of the Byzantine Church there are many testimonies i. .

The Eastern Orthodox Church, officially the Orthodox Catholic Church, is the second-largest Christian church, with approximately 260 million baptised members. It operates as a communion of autocephalous churches, each governed by its bishops in local synods. Roughly half of Eastern Orthodox Christians live in Russia.

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The Orthodox Church has been called "the best kept secret in America. We also use the slightly longer Liturgy of St. Basil the Great, the 4th century Archbishop of Caesarea, on 10 occasions each year

The Orthodox Church has been called "the best kept secret in America. Even for Christians familiar with one of the Western liturgical traditions, some of our practices may seem foreign. And for Christians and others who are utterly unfamiliar with liturgies, some of our practices may seem unnecessary. We have anticipated some of your likely questions below. Basil the Great, the 4th century Archbishop of Caesarea, on 10 occasions each year.

Basil the Great (left) and John Chrysostom, ascribed authors of the two most frequently used Eastern Orthodox .

Basil the Great (left) and John Chrysostom, ascribed authors of the two most frequently used Eastern Orthodox Divine Liturgies, c. 1150 (mosaic in the Palatine Chapel, Palermo). Divine Liturgy (Greek: Θεία Λειτουργία, translit. The Divine Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts (6th century) is used during Great Lent on Wednesdays, Fridays, and a handful of other occasions, and also on the first three days of Holy Week. Nowadays it is always celebrated as a vesperal liturgy; the Liturgy of the Faithful has no Anaphora (Eucharistic Prayer), the Holy Gifts having been consecrated and reserved ("presanctified") at a previous Divine Liturgy.

That St. Basil composed a Liturgy, or rather reformed an existing Liturgy, is beyond doubt, since besides the constant tradition of the Byzantine Church there are many testimonies in ancient writings to establish the fact.

Not all Orthodox Churches are 'Eastern Orthodox'. At the centre of worship and belief is the Eucharist surrounded by the Divine Offices or the Cycle of Prayer. The Liturgy of St Basil the Great (used 10 times a year). The 'Oriental Orthodox Churches' have theological differences with the Eastern Orthodox and form a separate group, while a few Orthodox Churches are not 'in communion' with the others. These prayers are sung particularly at Sunset and Dawn and at certain other times during the day and night. Personal prayer plays an important part in the life of an Orthodox Christian. The Liturgy of St James, the Brother of the Lord (sometimes used on St James' Day).

Welcome to the Orthodox Church: An Introduction to Eastern Christianity. That this occurs in official publications of the Church is embarrassing. It also contains the text of the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts, again with very precise rubrics and directions and the full text of the Liturgy. I really like having the Presanctified Liturgy in there because I no longer have to use those flimsy little booklets with the tiny print during Lent anymore. Having been to St. Tikhon's myself, I know there are many well-educated professors, priests, and monks there would could easily spot some of these glaring mistakes and correct them.