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Divine Liturgy according to St. Germanus of Paris

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Structure of the Ordinary
*''Prælegendum'' (entrance psalm)
*Call for silence and greeting
*''Aius'' (Trisagion) in Greek, Latin, and the vernacular)
*''Kyrie'' (single)
*''Benedictus''Hymn (of the season or the day)*Collect of the Day*First Reading from the (Old Testamentor patristic text)
*Second Reading (Epistle, Book of Acts, or the Apocalypse)*Canticle from Daniel''Benedicite'' (Song of the Three Young Men)*Alleluia(or Tract in Lent)
*Thrice-Holy before the Gospel
*Sanctus after Canticle of the GospelApocalypse
*Litany of St Martin
*Collect after the Preces
*Dismissal of the catechumens
*OffertoryThe Symbol of Faith (Creed)*Preface to the faithful Faithful*Great Entrance with ''Sonus'' and collect''Laudes''*Collect of the Offertory
*Diptychs and Collect after the Names
*Exchange Kiss of the Peace and collectCollect*Anaphora: Dialogue, variable ''Immolatio'', ''Sanctus'', variable ''Vere Post-Sanctus'', institution narrative, anamnesis, epiclesis, variable ''post mysterium''Post-Epiclesis, blessing of the elements, final doxology*Breaking of the Breadand fraction anthem
*Lord's Prayer
*Elevation of the Gifts*Blessingof the Faithful*Communionand communion chant
*''Trecanum'' (post-communion hymn of thanksgiving to the Trinity)
*Postcommunion collect
*Hymn of thanksgiving*Dismissalwith blessing
==The Question of Compenetration==

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