This revised and expanded edition of the Prayer Book published by the Russian Orthodox Youth Committee features a parallel English and Slavonic text, printed with modern Russian orthography. Dedicated to the memory of Metropolitan Philaret (Voznesensky), it contains morning and evening prayers, Sunday & Feast Day troparia and kontakia, three Akathists (to Jesus, the Mother of God & St. Nicholas), three canons (to Jesus, the Mother of God and the Guardian Angel), and the rule of preparation for Holy Communion. The texts were translated by Monk Joseph (Rdr. Isaac Lambertsen). This makes an excellent study aid for those who are trying to learn Church Slavonic.
Softcover, 362 pp.
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