Liturgy of St. James

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*John R. K. Fenwick, ''The Anaphoras of St Basil and St James: An Investigation into Their Common Origin'' (Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 1992). ISBN 8872102952.
  
 
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James the Brother of the Lord

The Divine Liturgy of St James is the oldest form of the Eucharist in continuous use. It is the ancient liturgy of the Church of Jerusalem and is attributed to the Apostle James the Just, the Brother of the Lord. Dating from at least the third century, it is the principal liturgy of the Syriac Orthodox Church and Syrian Catholic Church in communion with Rome, the Indian Orthodox Church, the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church, and the Mar Thoma Church. It is often celebrated in Eastern Orthodox Churches on the feast of St James (October 23).


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Bibliographical Resources

  • John R. K. Fenwick, The Anaphoras of St Basil and St James: An Investigation into Their Common Origin (Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 1992). ISBN 8872102952.

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