Typika

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The '''Typika''' is a service that is conducted when a [[priest]] or [[bishop]] is not present. Typically, it is a service led by a deacon although forms of the service can be led by laymen. When held in a church the doors of the iconostasis remains closed and the service is conducted in the nave.  
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The '''Typika''' is a service that can be conducted when a [[priest]] or [[bishop]] is not present. In some jurisdictions, it is a service led by a deacon although forms of the service can be led by laymen. When held in a church the doors of the iconostasis remains closed and the service is conducted in the nave.  
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
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This Typika service is a form of [[Pre-Sanctified Liturgy]] held by a [[deacon]] authorised by the local [[bishop]], when a [[priest]] is unavailable. The deacon  distributes communion to the faithful present at the service.  It should be noted that while this service is blessed in some jurisdictions, it is not universally accepted, nor is it of ancient origin.  However, the idea of deacons bringing communion to those unable to attend the liturgy is an ancient custom, and so it can be argued that this ancient custom provides the basis for this more recent practice.
 
This Typika service is a form of [[Pre-Sanctified Liturgy]] held by a [[deacon]] authorised by the local [[bishop]], when a [[priest]] is unavailable. The deacon  distributes communion to the faithful present at the service.  It should be noted that while this service is blessed in some jurisdictions, it is not universally accepted, nor is it of ancient origin.  However, the idea of deacons bringing communion to those unable to attend the liturgy is an ancient custom, and so it can be argued that this ancient custom provides the basis for this more recent practice.
  
=== Typika on Days When there is No Liturgy or a Vesperal Liturgy ===
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=== Typika on Days When there is No Liturgy, or a Vesperal Liturgy ===
 
According to the Typikon, Typika is appointed on those days when either there is no liturgy at all, or there is only a [[Vesperal Liturgy]].  Typika follows the Ninth Hour, and contains the Typical Psalms that would otherwise have been done as part of the 3 Antiphons of the Liturgy of the Catechumens.  The text for this type of service can usually be found in the various Liturgicons and [[Horologion]]s.
 
According to the Typikon, Typika is appointed on those days when either there is no liturgy at all, or there is only a [[Vesperal Liturgy]].  Typika follows the Ninth Hour, and contains the Typical Psalms that would otherwise have been done as part of the 3 Antiphons of the Liturgy of the Catechumens.  The text for this type of service can usually be found in the various Liturgicons and [[Horologion]]s.
  
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[http://www.antiochian.org.au/content/view/493/21/ Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, New Zealand, and All Oceania]
 
[http://www.antiochian.org.au/content/view/493/21/ Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, New Zealand, and All Oceania]
  
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== External Links ==
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*[http://www.saintjonah.org/services/horologion.htm The Reader Service Horologion]
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*[http://www.saintjonah.org/services/howtodo.htm Practical Questions about how to do Reader Services (Russian Practice)]
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*[http://www.saintjonah.org/typ/ The Variable Portions of Typika (Old Calendar)]
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*[http://orthodoxinfo.com/praxis/services_nopriest.aspx Instructions on Reader Services]
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*[http://www.saintjonah.org/services/readerservices.htm Comments by Archbishop Averky on Reader Services]
  
 
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Revision as of 21:12, March 19, 2007

The Typika is a service that can be conducted when a priest or bishop is not present. In some jurisdictions, it is a service led by a deacon although forms of the service can be led by laymen. When held in a church the doors of the iconostasis remains closed and the service is conducted in the nave.

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Description

Deacon's Typika

This Typika service is a form of Pre-Sanctified Liturgy held by a deacon authorised by the local bishop, when a priest is unavailable. The deacon distributes communion to the faithful present at the service. It should be noted that while this service is blessed in some jurisdictions, it is not universally accepted, nor is it of ancient origin. However, the idea of deacons bringing communion to those unable to attend the liturgy is an ancient custom, and so it can be argued that this ancient custom provides the basis for this more recent practice.

Typika on Days When there is No Liturgy, or a Vesperal Liturgy

According to the Typikon, Typika is appointed on those days when either there is no liturgy at all, or there is only a Vesperal Liturgy. Typika follows the Ninth Hour, and contains the Typical Psalms that would otherwise have been done as part of the 3 Antiphons of the Liturgy of the Catechumens. The text for this type of service can usually be found in the various Liturgicons and Horologions.

Reader's Typika

This Typika service is a specific form of service which mirrors the Divine Liturgy. It is used when a priest is not available or when a worshipper cannot get to a church. It is led by a deacon, subdeacon, reader, chanter, or the eldest experienced layperson present, in that order, unless a bishop or priest determines another leader.

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Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, New Zealand, and All Oceania


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