Divine Liturgy according to St. Germanus of Paris

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''La liturgie divine selon Saint Germain de Paris'', or the Divine Liturgy according to St Germanus of Paris, is the principal liturgy of the [[Orthodox Church of France]].  
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'''''La liturgie divine selon Saint Germain de Paris''''', or the '''Divine Liturgy according to St Germanus of Paris''', is the principal liturgy of the [[Orthodox Church of France]].  
  
 
[[Image:Saint germain.jpg|thumb|St Germanus of Paris, 496-576]]
 
[[Image:Saint germain.jpg|thumb|St Germanus of Paris, 496-576]]
  
==History of the Liturgy's Restoration==
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==Present Use==
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==Present use==
 
In addition to the parishes of the Orthodox Church of France, St Germanus is also used by a number of parishes that were formerly with the French Church but which are now part of the [[Church of Romania]] and the [[Church of Alexandria (Coptic)]], and some which are in dialogue with the [[Church of Serbia]].
 
In addition to the parishes of the Orthodox Church of France, St Germanus is also used by a number of parishes that were formerly with the French Church but which are now part of the [[Church of Romania]] and the [[Church of Alexandria (Coptic)]], and some which are in dialogue with the [[Church of Serbia]].
  
==Structure of the Ordinary==
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==Structure of the ordinary==
 
The following is the order of the Gallican liturgy as it was restored in the twentieth century by the Orthodox Church of France. Unlike the Roman and Milanese rites, the Gallican does not have a fixed anaphora, but instead uses variable texts before and after the institution narrative.  
 
The following is the order of the Gallican liturgy as it was restored in the twentieth century by the Orthodox Church of France. Unlike the Roman and Milanese rites, the Gallican does not have a fixed anaphora, but instead uses variable texts before and after the institution narrative.  
  
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*Dismissal with blessing
 
*Dismissal with blessing
  
==The Question of Compenetration==
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* Monseigneur Jean (Kovalevsky) of Saint-Denis, ''Le canon eucharistique de l'ancien rite des Gaules'' (Paris, c. 1956)
 
* Monseigneur Jean (Kovalevsky) of Saint-Denis, ''Le canon eucharistique de l'ancien rite des Gaules'' (Paris, c. 1956)
 
*''Du rit occidental: Rapport de la Commision Liturgique'' (1960)
 
*''Du rit occidental: Rapport de la Commision Liturgique'' (1960)
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La liturgie divine selon Saint Germain de Paris, or the Divine Liturgy according to St Germanus of Paris, is the principal liturgy of the Orthodox Church of France.

St Germanus of Paris, 496-576


Present use

In addition to the parishes of the Orthodox Church of France, St Germanus is also used by a number of parishes that were formerly with the French Church but which are now part of the Church of Romania and the Church of Alexandria (Coptic), and some which are in dialogue with the Church of Serbia.

Structure of the ordinary

The following is the order of the Gallican liturgy as it was restored in the twentieth century by the Orthodox Church of France. Unlike the Roman and Milanese rites, the Gallican does not have a fixed anaphora, but instead uses variable texts before and after the institution narrative.

  • Preparation of the Offerings
  • Prælegendum (entrance psalm)
  • Call for silence and greeting
  • Trisagion in Greek, Latin, and the vernacular)
  • Kyrie (single)
  • Hymn (of the season or the day)
  • Collect of the Day
  • First Reading (Old Testament or patristic text)
  • Gradual
  • Second Reading (Epistle, Book of Acts, or the Apocalypse)
  • Benedicite (Song of the Three Young Men)
  • Alleluia (or Tract in Lent)
  • Thrice-Holy before the Gospel
  • Gospel
  • Canticle of the Apocalypse
  • Homily
  • Litany of St Martin
  • Collect after the Preces
  • Dismissal of the catechumens
  • The Symbol of Faith (Creed)
  • Preface to the Faithful
  • Great Entrance with Sonus and Laudes
  • Collect of the Offertory
  • Diptychs and Collect after the Names
  • Kiss of Peace and Collect
  • Anaphora: Dialogue, variable Immolatio, Sanctus, variable Post-Sanctus, institution narrative, anamnesis, epiclesis, variable Post-Epiclesis, blessing of the elements, final doxology
  • Breaking of the Bread and fraction anthem
  • Lord's Prayer
  • Elevation of the Gifts
  • Blessing of the Faithful
  • Communion and communion chant
  • Trecanum (post-communion hymn of thanksgiving to the Trinity)
  • Postcommunion collect
  • Hymn of thanksgiving
  • Dismissal with blessing


Sources

  • La divine liturgie selon Saint Germain de Paris (Paris, 1998)
  • La sainte messe selon saint Germain de Paris (Paris, 1975)
  • La sainte messe selon saint Germain de Paris et le chant des fidèles (Paris, 1968 and 1973)
  • La divine liturgie selon Saint Germain de Paris (Paris, 1956)
  • Monseigneur Jean (Kovalevsky) of Saint-Denis, Le canon eucharistique de l'ancien rite des Gaules (Paris, c. 1956)
  • Du rit occidental: Rapport de la Commision Liturgique (1960)
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