Antidoron

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'''Antidoron''' (from Greek, meaning "instead of the gifts"; in Arabic, '''''qurban''''') is the remaining bread from a loaf of [[prosphora]] after the Lamb has been removed for the Holy [[Eucharist]]. In Byzantine practice, it is blessed during the [[megalynarion]] to the [[Theotokos]] immediately after the [[epiclesis]] din the [[Divine Liturgy]] and is given by the [[priest]] to the [[faithful]] after the service.
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'''Antidoron''' (from Greek, meaning "instead of the gifts"; in Arabic, '''''qurban''''') is the remaining bread from a loaf of [[prosphora]] after the Lamb has been removed for the Holy [[Eucharist]]. In Byzantine practice, it is blessed during the [[megalynarion]] to the [[Theotokos]] immediately after the [[epiclesis]] in the [[Divine Liturgy]] and is given by the [[priest]] to the [[faithful]] after the service.
  
 
In some practice, antidoron may be distributed to non-Orthodox Christians who attend an Orthodox liturgy, but in other places, it is reserved only for the faithful.  Portions that are uneaten are disposed of either by burning or by being placed outside where they are consumed by the elements or by animals.
 
In some practice, antidoron may be distributed to non-Orthodox Christians who attend an Orthodox liturgy, but in other places, it is reserved only for the faithful.  Portions that are uneaten are disposed of either by burning or by being placed outside where they are consumed by the elements or by animals.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:48, February 7, 2006

Antidoron (from Greek, meaning "instead of the gifts"; in Arabic, qurban) is the remaining bread from a loaf of prosphora after the Lamb has been removed for the Holy Eucharist. In Byzantine practice, it is blessed during the megalynarion to the Theotokos immediately after the epiclesis in the Divine Liturgy and is given by the priest to the faithful after the service.

In some practice, antidoron may be distributed to non-Orthodox Christians who attend an Orthodox liturgy, but in other places, it is reserved only for the faithful. Portions that are uneaten are disposed of either by burning or by being placed outside where they are consumed by the elements or by animals.

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