Talk:Liturgical books

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I would like to suggest that the name of this article be changed to "Liturgical Books, Byzantine." It's clear that the author of the article was referring to the Byzantine tradition (represented by both Greek and Slavic Orthodoxy). There are a number of other Orthodox traditions, however, each with its own liturgical books. I am thinking here of the Coptic, Armenian, Ethiopian, etc.
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I would like to suggest that the name of this article be changed to "Liturgical Books, Byzantine." It's clear that the author of the article was referring to the Byzantine tradition (represented by both Greek and Slavic Orthodoxy). There are a number of other Orthodox traditions, however, each with its own liturgical books. I am thinking here of the Coptic, Armenian, Ethiopian, etc. -- [[Fr Lev]]

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I would like to suggest that the name of this article be changed to "Liturgical Books, Byzantine." It's clear that the author of the article was referring to the Byzantine tradition (represented by both Greek and Slavic Orthodoxy). There are a number of other Orthodox traditions, however, each with its own liturgical books. I am thinking here of the Coptic, Armenian, Ethiopian, etc. -- Fr Lev

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