Liturgy of St. Gregory

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'''The Divine Liturgy of St. Gregory''' is one of the liturgies authorized for use by the [[AOCA|Antiochian]] [[Western Rite Vicariate]] (AWRV). The AWRV's authorized texts of the [[Mass]] is found in the ''Orthodox Missal'' and the ''Saint Andrew's Service Book''. The basis of the liturgy is the Tridentine Mass as it was celebrated by the [[Society of Clerks Secular of St. Basil]] (SSB), a formerly independent church that formed the basis of the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate in 1961. It is also authorized for use within the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR). The Liturgy of St. Gregory has also been authorized for use by and celebrated within the Polish Orthodox Church, the Patriarchate of Moscow, the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, and the Alexandrian Patriarchate.
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'''The Divine Liturgy of St. Gregory''' is one of the liturgies authorized for use by the [[AOCA|Antiochian]] [[Western Rite Vicariate]] (AWRV). The AWRV's only authorized text of the [[Mass]] is found in the ''Orthodox Missal''. The basis of the liturgy is the Tridentine Mass as it was celebrated by the [[Society of Clerks Secular of St. Basil]] (SSB), a formerly independent church that formed the basis of the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate in 1961. It is also authorized for use within the [[Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia]] (ROCOR). The Liturgy of St. Gregory has also been authorized for use by and celebrated within the [[Church of Poland|Polish Orthodox Church]], the [[Church of Russia|Patriarchate of Moscow]], the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, and the [[Church of Alexandria|Alexandrian Patriarchate]].
  
 
==Structure of the Ordinary==
 
==Structure of the Ordinary==
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*[[Homily|Sermon]]
 
*[[Homily|Sermon]]
 
*[[Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed]]
 
*[[Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed]]
*[[Anaphora|Offertory]]
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*Offertory
 
*Dialogue
 
*Dialogue
 
*Preface
 
*Preface
 
*Sanctus
 
*Sanctus
*Canon
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*[[Anaphora|Canon]]
 
*[[Lord's Prayer]]
 
*[[Lord's Prayer]]
 
*Fraction
 
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==Links==
 
==Links==
*[http://members.aol.com/frnicholas/liturgy.htm The Divine Liturgy according to the Rite of St. Gregory] as celebrated by the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate.
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*[http://www.stgregoryoc.org/article/the-divine-liturgy-according-to-the-rite-of-saint-gregory/ The Divine Liturgy according to the Rite of St. Gregory] as celebrated by the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate.
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

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The Divine Liturgy of St. Gregory is one of the liturgies authorized for use by the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate (AWRV). The AWRV's only authorized text of the Mass is found in the Orthodox Missal. The basis of the liturgy is the Tridentine Mass as it was celebrated by the Society of Clerks Secular of St. Basil (SSB), a formerly independent church that formed the basis of the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate in 1961. It is also authorized for use within the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR). The Liturgy of St. Gregory has also been authorized for use by and celebrated within the Polish Orthodox Church, the Patriarchate of Moscow, the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, and the Alexandrian Patriarchate.

Structure of the Ordinary

Links

Sources

  • Orthodox Missal (Saint Luke's Priory Press, 1995)
  • Saint Andrew's Service Book, 2nd edition (Antiochian Archdiocese, 1996)
  • Review essay on the Saint Andrew's Service Book in St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly, Vol. 41 (1997), No. 2-3, pp. 249-268.
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