All-Night Vigil

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An '''All Night Vigil''' consists of [[Vespers]], [[Orthos]] and the [[Divine Liturgy]] being celebrated in sequence one immediately following the other. Such a service takes place in the late evening prior to a [[feast day]], usually a [[Great Feasts|Great Feast Day]] and lasts until the early morning hours. In the [[parish]]es, Vigils are less strenuous than those conducted in the [[monastery|monasteries]], but the structure remains the same. The Vespers usually contains a [[litia]] with the blessing of the bread. Between the Vespers and the Orthos, a short [[pericope]] is read detailing the nature of the feast.
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An '''All Night Vigil''' consists of [[Vespers]], [[Orthros]], and the [[Divine Liturgy]] being celebrated in sequence one immediately following the other. Such a service takes place in the late evening prior to a [[feast day]], usually a [[Great Feasts|Great Feast Day]] and lasts until the early morning hours. In the [[parish]]es, Vigils are less strenuous than those conducted in the [[monastery|monasteries]], but the structure remains the same. The Vespers usually contains a [[litia]] with the blessing of the bread. Between the Vespers and the Orthros, a short [[pericope]] is read detailing the nature of the feast.
  
 
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An All Night Vigil consists of Vespers, Orthros, and the Divine Liturgy being celebrated in sequence one immediately following the other. Such a service takes place in the late evening prior to a feast day, usually a Great Feast Day and lasts until the early morning hours. In the parishes, Vigils are less strenuous than those conducted in the monasteries, but the structure remains the same. The Vespers usually contains a litia with the blessing of the bread. Between the Vespers and the Orthros, a short pericope is read detailing the nature of the feast.


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