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The '''Typical Psalms''' are [[Psalter|Psalms]] 102 (103) and 145 (146), which may be included in either the [[Divine Liturgy]] (in Slavic practice, and in Byzantine Monastic practice) or the [[Typika]].  In the context of the Liturgy, these Psalms form the first two [[Antiphon|antiphons]].  The third antiphon (which is also included in the Typika) is the [[Beautitudes]].  
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The '''Typical Psalms''' are [[Psalter|Psalms]] 102 (103) and 145 (146), which may be included in either the [[Divine Liturgy]] (in Slavic practice, and in Byzantine [[monasticism|monastic]] practice) or the [[Typika]].  In the context of the liturgy, these Psalms form the first two [[antiphon]]s along with [[Only-begotten Son|Saint Justinian's Hymn]].  The third antiphon (which is also included in the Typika) is the [[Beatitudes]].  
  
  

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The Typical Psalms are Psalms 102 (103) and 145 (146), which may be included in either the Divine Liturgy (in Slavic practice, and in Byzantine monastic practice) or the Typika. In the context of the liturgy, these Psalms form the first two antiphons along with Saint Justinian's Hymn. The third antiphon (which is also included in the Typika) is the Beatitudes.


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