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Talk:Divine Liturgy

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::: It's up on my [[User_talk:Basil|Talk page]]. --[[User:Basil|Basil]] 13:42, 26 Jan 2005 (CST)
:: Any copyright issues with that? Sounds like a great resource.
::Also, just heard back from Fr. George. Things are pretty crazy with him now, but he says he'll check in later when he has a chance. [[User:FrJohn|Fr. John]]
::: I think a single article on my User talk page for a short amount of time will probably fall neatly under fair use. I'll probably take it back down in a few days, just to be on the safe side.
::: It is a great resource. I can't speak highly enough of it. --[[User:Basil|Basil]] 13:50, 26 Jan 2005 (CST)
That sounds good and reasonable to me, whatever the folks at Blackwell's would say. I'm happy to see it.
== Preparation ==
I offered a couple of edits clarifying that the particles at the proskomedia are offered for the living and departed faithful. I also changed the bit about the priest pouring water and wine into the chalice (that's actually a diaconal action, if a deacon is serving) and noted that the warm water is added later, after the epiclesis. [[User:Dcndavid|DcnDavid]] 21:36, 15 Feb 2005 (CST)
I changed this slightly because there are more than two anaphoras in contemporary use in the (Byzantine) Orthodox Church. Some do indeed celebrate the Divine Liturgy of St James. And, of course, there are the versions of the Roman and Anglican anaphoras authorized by the Church of Antioch, and the Gallican anaphora authorized by the Church of Romania. There may be more. --[[User:Fr Lev|Fr Lev]] 22:05, February 1, 2006 (CST)
What is the significance of intinction, combining the Eucharistic elements (4th century) and dispensing them with the spoon (9th or 10th century)if the prebyter takes them seperatly?
== Western Rite ==
Does this article need rewording/editing in view of the Western Rite? --{{User:Pistevo/sig}} 17:27, April 2, 2006 (CDT)

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