Nicholas Afonsky, Cathedral Choir of the Holy Virgin Protection Cathedral of New York - Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom FLAC album
The Divine Liturgy, θεία λειτουργία, of St. John Chrysostom is the second most practiced Liturgy in Christendom (next to the Roman rite Mass)
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Album · 2014 · 2 Songs. The Great Litany, The Second Antiphon, The Little Litany, Sunday Stanza, Triagion, Alleluia, Litany of Supplication and Litany of the Catchumens, The Hymn of the Chreubim. 2. The Creed, The Mercy of Peace, Meet it is the Truth, The Lord’s Prayer - Our Father, Communion Verse, Blessed Be the Name.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is the cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. It is located in New York City at 1047 Amsterdam Avenue between West 110th Street and 113th Street in Manhattan's Morningside Heights neighborhood. Designed in 1888 and begun in 1892, the cathedral has undergone radical stylistic changes and interruption of construction by the two World Wars.
Nicholas Naval Cathedral (Никольский морской собор, Nikolskiy morskoy sobor) is a major Baroque Orthodox cathedral in the western part of Central Saint Petersburg. It has always been closely associated with the Russian Navy, serving as its main shrine until the Russian Revolution. In the upper church there are numerous memorial plaques for the crews of the sunken Soviet submarines, including K-278 Komsomolets. The crew of the submarine K-141 Kursk has also been commemorated there.
From southern New Jersey Take the Holland Tunnel to Canal St. Travel on Canal St to Lafayette Ave. Turn left on Lafayette and travel north to E Houston St. Make a right onto E Houston and make a left onto Bowery. Travel north on Bowery to Second St, pass Second Ave to Cathedral which will be in the middle of the block on the right. From northern New Jersey and the George Washington Bridge Cross over GW Bridge. Look for signs for Harlem River Dr S. Harlem River Dr becomes West Side Highway south. The dispossessed community, now reorganized as the Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection, would wait another 17 years before enough funds were raised to purchase the former Olivet Memorial church on East 2nd St, our current home. The building was easily adapted to Orthodox worship. The benches were removed, and the templon (icon screen) was erected immediately.
2nd Street Cathedral 59 East Second Street (Between First & Second Avenue) New York, NY 10003 212-677-4664 infothedral. Orthodox Christianity in the Heart of the City. Again we pray for an end to all racism, prejudice and hatred, and for the cessation of the menace of violence and civil unrest plaguing our country and the world; for all who suffer unjust indignity, poverty and death; and that we may be emboldened to stand for common sense, mercy, justice and peace for all: We pray Thee, Almighty God and Father. of us all, harken to our prayer and speedily have mercy.
After the new cathedral was built and consecrated in honor of the right-believing Great Prince Alexander, the church was renamed for Our Lady of Tikhvin, in honor of the wonderworking Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God residing therein. The festal celebrations were led by His Grace, Eastern American Diocesan vicar Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan. Priest Alexey Bykon (cleric of Holy New Martyrs Church), Priest Michael Lillie (rector of St. John Chrysostom Church in House Springs, MO), and Deacon Paul Drozdowski (cleric of St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral). A multitude of parishioners from churches in New Jersey, New York, and West Virginia gathered at Our Lady of Tikhvin Church in honor of the feast. At Liturgy, Bishop Nicholas ordained Subdeacon Andrew Temple a deacon.
Dear Cathedral Members and Friends, The 2nd Street Cathedral needs your help. The City of New York Department of Environmental Protection confirmed that our water line has broken. We are responsible for its repair, and have contracted a plumber to gain the necessary permits to dig up the street and replace the pipes
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (Leontovych). The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (Ukrainian: Літургія Івана Златоустого, tr. Liturhiya Ivana Zlatoustoho) is the musical setting of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom by Mykola Leontovych. Consistent with Orthodox tradition, in which service is sung exclusively a cappella, the piece is set for unaccompanied choir and soloist. It was first performed in the Mykolaiv Cathedral at the Kiev Pechersk Lavra on May 22, 1919, with Leontovych himself conducting.
|The Great Litany|
|The First Antiphon, Psalm 102|
|The Second Antiphon|
|The Third Antiphon|
|Litany of Supplication|
|The Hymn of the Cherubim|
|Prayer to the Holy Trinity|
|The Mercy of Peace|
|To Thee We Sing|
|Meet It Is In Truth|
|Litany of Petitions|
|Communion Verse, Psalm 22|
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